Want to start WWIII?

Discussion in 'IL-2 Sturmovik Pilot's Lounge' started by Hairog, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. Hairog

    Hairog Member

    Oct 21, 2009
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    My whole storyline up till now is here.

    http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/il-...ign-21786.html (I need some help with my Jet Campaign)

    I need comments and if anyone wants to join in and help develop individual sub campaigns let me know. I already have someone working with me to developing the Murmansk Invasion sub campaign and we are really having a good time with it. Paratroops, massive sea battles, stealth attacks etc.

    I've given him the parameters so that it fits into the overall storyline and then let him go at it.

    If anyone is interested I need assistance with...

    1. Strategic bombing campaign based in Egypt attacking the oil production centers in the Caucuses.
    2. Soviet invasion of Turkey/Palestine and up to the Suez Canal.
    3. The invasion of Riga in the Baltic Sea by NATO.
    4. The invasion of Trieste, Italy and march through the Balaton/Slovakian/Lvov/Kiev/Kursk maps by NATO.
    5. Soviet counter attack on forward fighter bases on Rhodes, Turkey and Cyprus.
    6. NATO counter attack from the Pyrenees Line to take back Western Europe.
    7. Numerous Naval operations such as...
    Invasion of Northern Black Sea coast
    Interdiction missions all over Western Europe
    The Battle for the Black Sea
    The Battle of the Baltic Sea
    Just think of all the assets the we were going to use against Imperial Japan let loose in the Med/Black/Baltic Seas.
    8. NATO counter attack in the Mideast up to Stalingrad (like Hitler could have done).

    Just imagine the fun you will have designing missions with tons of those weird jets and German wonder weapons. So far I have the GO229 as a heavy fighter attacking hoards of Soviet bombers, Mig 9 and Yak 15s going head to head with YP80s, Yak 7R/Me 163/ B-6/Lerches intercepting streams of B29s escorted by 109Zs/P51s/YP80s/Me262s/TA183s, AR234 slicing in for pinpoint bombing missions and recon flights, He 162s taking on TA183s, wire guided missiles wasting bomber streams, etc.

    Have you seen what a TA183s 4 x 30mm cannons can do to a Soviet bomber? How about one Lerche taking out 4 B29s with those wire guided missiles of theirs. it is very interesting and it all could have possibly happened.

    Contact me at [email protected] if you want to join in the fun.
  2. Hairog

    Hairog Member

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    Storyline for 1946 WWIII


    January 23, 1946

    Stalin's former allies have demobilized entire armies and have sent many of their armed forces home. The US and England have a fraction of their former forces stationed on the European mainland and have shown no backbone in resisting Soviet incursions. The only thing holding Stalin back from his vision of a communist Europe dominated by the USSR is the fear of the American nuclear bomb.

    He has seen the devastation it has brought to the Empire of Japan. Although he has no doubt that his armed forces can storm through the blasted hulk of the former Germany and France he is held in check by the fear of nuclear destruction from the skies.

    The war mongers in the US have also decided to base a squadron of B29 Super Fortresses in West Germany. The B29 is an offensive weapon not a defensive weapon. What are they thinking of.

    In addition his former allies are gathering far too many of the German scientists and their wonder weapons and stealing them away to work on even more destructive weapons and delivery systems. Comrade Stalin needs to create a buffer so that the motherland is never subject to attack again. His vision is that all future wars will be fought in the no mans land that is the former Nazi homeland and he is convinced that there will be more wars despite the American atomic bomb. It's all a matter of where and when these wars will be fought because Capitalism and Communism cannot occupy the same space.

    Some say the second atomic bomb that was dropped on Nagasaki was a demonstration for Stalin's benefit and to reinforce the power of the atom bomb in his mind. In addition it was to demonstrate that America has not only one but many bombs and is ready to use them. The plan has worked until today.

    Today Stalin receives word through his spy master and massive network of agents that American has a total of only 6 nuclear bombs. Previously he believed that they had many more and this fear is the only thing that kept his paranoia and ambitions in check. With this news the plan for the domination of Western Europe begins. No longer will the West be allowed to dictate it's will on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and Stalin. He will once and for all remove the threat to Mother Russia. No longer will there be a gun pointed at his head from West Germany.

    A massive and very well concealed mobilization begins.

    D-day is May 1st...International Workers Day...May Day and the May Day Parade in Berlin, East Germany is complete with the usual massive flybys of Soviet aircraft. There has been a change from previous flybys in Moscow. The aircraft are flying from East to West and in numbers never before seen. An awe inspiring sight for all to behold. And this year there is a bonus feature to the flyby... the aircraft are armed and have been given orders to ATTACK!

    May 1st, 1946
    One mission using the Berlin map
    The Soviet forces fan out from the Mayday Parade in Berlin and attack their former allies in West Berlin and in occupied West Germany. Most of our forces are caught off guard and slaughtered where they stand.

    Chapter One

    May 6th, 1946
    West Berlin falls

    May 11th, 1946

    Online Map 2 represents West Germany
    Two missions
    The Soviets onslaught continues with the newly formed NATO Alliance barley able to catch it's breath. 2 missions of trying to stop and protect fleeing NATO forces.

    May 19th, 1946
    Two missions
    Online map 1 represents an area near the Belgium and German border.
    Resistance starts to stiffen and the Soviets receive a bloody nose.

    May 24th, 1946
    Ardennes Map
    Three missions
    The French make an all out heroic stand and halt the Soviet forces for a few days. The Soviets halt and regroup before pushing on.

    June 6th
    NW Europe map
    Four missions
    The NATO strength starts to gather and newer equipment starts to show up on the battle field. The Soviet forces are actually held in check at a few crucial bridgeheads. Paris falls but the French fight on along with their NATO allies.

    June 12
    Normandy map
    5 missions
    The navy joins the fight and stops the Red Army at the shoreline using massive firepower from battleships and an air superiority battle breaks out over who will control the French coastline. A massive attempt by Soviet forces to destroy the NATO naval power preventing their ground forces from advancing are launched. The naval forces launch counter attacks on the Soviet airbases and ground forces.

    July 9th
    Online Map 4 represents the Spain/French border, The Pyrenees Line
    8 missions
    According to Plan Griddle envisioned by the Joint Chiefs of Staff ... this is the last line of resistance. The retreat is over and they shall not pass. The Soviet forces slam into the Pyrenees Line and try to hammer their way through.
    Both sides pull out all the stops and use all their collective wonder weapons in an attempt to bring defeat to their opponent. Nothing is held back and anything that can fly, roll or crawl is put into the fight. The two heavy weights go toe to toe with no quarter given. Hay makers are thrown and damage is taken but there is no knock out blow.

    August 7th, 1946

    A breakthrough had occurred in atomic weapons technology by NATO scientists and the W-9 Artillery shell program is modified towards making a 1000 lb 15KT bomb. 4 of these bombs are produced at great expense. This bomb has the same destructive ability as "Fat Man" but 1/8th the size.

    At the same time Naval aviation designers are modifying the GO 229 with the capability of being launched from an aircraft carrier and have the capability of delivering the new W-9 atomic bomb.

    British MI-6 urges a desperate plan and NATO comes in through the back door of the Baltic and launches 2 GO 229s from the CV 10 USS Yorktown carrying modified W-9 atomic warheads.

    Minsk and Kronor no longer exist.

    Both are key supply and rail hubs. As invisioned by MI-6, three Soviet armies are caught in transit. 2100 tanks and 250,000 men women and children are incinerated by two GO 229 stealth bombers sneaking in under the radar and two 15KT W-9 atomic warheads.

    The first major Soviet offensive is halted and both sides dig in.
  3. peterpro

    peterpro New Member

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    Sorry hairdog but german planes going aginst each other thats weird

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