Missions

  • Mafia & Hook Present: “IAF- Part 5: 1970 War of Attrition- Operation “Rimon 20” Mafia & Hook Present: “IAF- Part 5: 1970 War of Attrition- Operation “Rimon 20”
    The year, 1970- Following the 6 day war the Arab nations of the Middle East founded the "Three no's" policy. No peace, no negotiations, and no acknowledgement of Israel. What followed was 3 more years of conflict from 1967 to 1970 between Israel and Egypt. While Egypt was initially met with success, Israel has steadily turned the tide and is on the brink of victory. Fearing yet another humiliating defeat, Egypt has called for help from a distant ally in a desperate last ditch attempt to finally defeat Israel. The IAF must stay one step ahead of Egypt if it will continue to survive. 
    0
    Read More ...
  • Hook Presents: “IAF- Part 4: 1967 Six Day War- Battle at the Golan Heights” Hook Presents: “IAF- Part 4: 1967 Six Day War- Battle at the Golan Heights”
    Following the IAFs successful destruction of the Egyptian Air Force, the IDF has made major tactical gains for Israel, capturing the Sinai, Suez Canal and reclaiming the ancient holy city of Jerusalem. In the final days of the Six Day War, the IDF will attempt to take the Golan Heights from the Syrian Army. The IAF will use it's air superiority to support the IDF during this literal uphill battle again the Syrians. 
    0
    Read More ...
  • Hook Presents: “IAF- Part 3: 1967 Six Day War” Hook Presents: “IAF- Part 3: 1967 Six Day War”
    It is now 1967. Tensions are again on the rise between Israel and Egyptian President Gamal Nasser. The IAF has been tasked with a dangerous and historically unprecedented preemptive strike, aimed at crippling the Egyptian Air Force while it is still on the ground. Strap on your jet, and prepare to experience what became a pivotal moment in aviation history - the Six Day War...
    0
    Read More ...
  • Rico Presents: “IAF- Part 2: 1956 Suez Crisis” Rico Presents: “IAF- Part 2: 1956 Suez Crisis”
    The IAF Series continues- the year now 1956: The Middle East is once again in chaos... King Frouk of Egypt is overthrown and eventually replaced by General Abdel Nasser. Nasser nationalizes the Suez Company, paralyzing the world with fear of a shutdown of both the Canal and the Strait of Tiran, crippling shipping. Fly as an Israeli Air Force pilot, once again taking the fight to Egypt in what the world would come to know as the "Suez Crisis"
    0
    Read More ...
  • Hook Presents: “IAF- Part 1: 1948 War” Hook Presents: “IAF- Part 1: 1948 War”
    May, 1948: Israel has declared itself an independent state. Within hours,  a coalition of Arab states have vowed to crush the new Israeli nation before it can be fully realized. You are a pilot in the newly formed Israeli Air Force, comprised of a hodge-podge of obsolete and tired WW2 warbirds. The Arab armies are closing in, and the IDF ground forces are hopelessly outnumbered. It falls to you, the IAF Pilot, to test the soon to be legendary Israeli Air Force's mettle in the fires of conflict.
    0
    Read More ...
  • Rico Presents: “Strait Flush Two: Take the Red Pill” Rico Presents: “Strait Flush Two: Take the Red Pill”
    Chinese forces in Malaysia are reeling after the military and political beating they took yesterday: Q Airfield is secure and available for use in emergencies, and for resupply of Marine Forces ashore. A political and military race for dominance without full scale conflict has begun...
    0
    Read More ...
  • Rico Presents: “Strait Flush” Rico Presents: “Strait Flush”
    Located in Southeast Asia, the Strait of Malacca has always been a strategic area: a large percentage of the world’s shipping passes through it. Recent unrest in Malaysia has led the Chinese government to move forces into the area. This has culminated with the occupation of a strategic island and placement of JF-17 aircraft and C301 Anti-Ship Missiles and threatens the freedom of navigation within the Strait. Malaysian officials have requested US assistance, and we have obliged, landing a small force of US Marines early this morning.
    2
    Read More ...
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8