High Noon: Action starts at 10EST all are welcome
Artist Credit: Screen shot by daddog
In November of 1944 in and around the area of the Philippine Islands the 36th Fighter Squadron composed
of P-38s would fly for cover of B-24 strikes. It was during this time Major Jay T. "Cock" Robbins scored
his 22nd and last aerial victory. Though his last victory was an Oscar, for balance the B-24s will be
intercepted by Ki-61s and Ki-84s. Escorts will comprise of P-38Js.
P38J - 50%
B24 - 50%
All aircraft are to roll from A1. B-24's are to bomb towns at A30 and A40. Both targets are worth
150 points. Both must be destroyed for the Allies to gain 300 points.
B-24s must carry 12-500lb bombs.P-38s must carry drop tanks.
KI 61 - 50%
KI84 - 50%
All aircraft are to roll from A30 and patrol to intercept Allied flight. Defend towns at A30 and A40.
10 points for all single engine fighters.
15 points for all twin engine aircraft
30 points for all bombers
150 points for destroying target 100%, points awarded will depend on percent destroyed.
1. Terrain - Slot2
2. Icons - short
3. Radar - off
4. Fighter and Bomber warning range - 42,240 (about 8 miles)
5. Tower range set to - 42,240 (for display only to match the above setting)
6. Visibility - 10 miles
7. Wind - Southeast at 10 knots 10,000 to 18,000 feet
8. External view for bombers (F3) - on
9. Friendly collisions - off
10. Enemy collisions - on
11. Killshooter - off
12. Fuel - 1.0
13. Time - Noon
14. Ack - 0.5
It is possible for the Axis to pull a victory out of their hat even if both targets are destroyed. If the Allied lose
just 10 B-24s that will be equal to the value of the targets destroyed.