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Arma 3 Sync is back online!
Please note that you MUST remove your old ATC repo from arma 3 sync before adding the new repo. The autoconfig URL has also changed. For details, see the news post here:
An F/A-18, call sign Springfield 6-1, has been shot down whilst on a recon mission near the russian border approximately 4 hours ago.
It is unclear as to what brought them down. Chutes were spotted so we assume that the pilots managed to get out alive, however they may have been captured.
Locate and rescue the crew of Springfield 6-1.
This is a multiphase operation.
1st ATC is to move from their COP and locate the wreckage of the downed F18. Establish defensive perimeter and download intel from F18’s recon mission. We are hoping this gives an indication as to where the pilots went. Once complete, destroy the wreckage of the F18 using controlled detonation of explosives.
Using the gathered intel, locate the pilots and rescue them.
Establish a secure LZ and call in MedEVAC, callsign starlight, for pilots. keep the LZ secure until the pilots have left on board the starlight callsign.
2x F16 - SEAD / CAS
2x F22 - CAP
3x .50cal humvee
2x Mk19 humvee
5x Unarmed troop carrier humvee
2x MTVR tucks
F16 flight, callsign Griffin, is to conduct SEAD missions against enemy AA and AAA sites dotted around the AO.
Griffin callsigns are equipped with HARM air to ground missiles. These can be swapped out to AGM-65D’s once SEAD flight is complete.
Griffin callsigns are to engage all targets of opportunity that pose a threat to the friendly infantry. This can be done at their own discretion without prior approval from JTAC call signs provided target can be PID'd.
F22’s, callsign Uzi, are to fly CAP in support of Griffin and Starlight callsigns.
Uzi callsigns are equipped with AIM-120C and AIM-9X missiles.
Uzi callsigns are to engage targets of opportunity without crossing into Russian airspace where SEAD has not yet been conducted.
Uzi and Griffin will be operating in the area using their own discretion, but can be called in for taking by friendly ground forces.