CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

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Franagan
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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Franagan » 25 Nov 2016, 16:42

Jajaja no tendrías que haber dicho que los vídeos son tuyos, puede que no te hubiéramos reconocido :D

Pijusmagnificus
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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Pijusmagnificus » 25 Nov 2016, 18:46

Tengo previsto hacer un tutorial aéreo, pero de momento lo tengo aparcado, este es el área donde más esta evolucionando la simulación y corro el riesgo de que quede obsoleto el video a nada de sacarlo, especialmente ahora que estamos probando un cambio revolucionario en ese área, y que saldrá en la futura actualización....

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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Iker » 25 Nov 2016, 18:50

Pijus eres un ......... Vicioso !!!! :mrgreen:

A seguir así.

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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Waldemarne » 25 Nov 2016, 21:20

Gracias Pijus por la información. Eres la bomba!

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Juankar
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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Juankar » 27 Nov 2016, 15:40

Esta instalandose

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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Pijusmagnificus » 27 Nov 2016, 23:37

Otros videos en castellano encontrados por youtube....yo diria que son de Bandura...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8JSM2HMdB4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6q_JNDrx4Fw


Y otro de Joselillo (de PdL)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxqHHb15VBY

Otro video mio explicando como se crean Zonas de Exclusión y de No Navegación

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ej7qveGOFw

Un ejemplo de misión de ataque a tierra desde un submarino

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DVjagHQlEkA

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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Pijusmagnificus » 04 Dic 2016, 16:15

He sacado un nuevo pack de escenarios de la comunidad, incluye 14 nuevos escenarios y migración de todos los demás a la última DB

◾Air Incident Over Mageroya, 2016: Tensions have increased between Norway and Russia. Russia has repeatedly violated Norwegian airspace, testing both that nation’s defenses and its resolve. Norway has cautioned, and finally warned Russia that it will not tolerate this activity. Two days ago, after a Russian fighter flew within 50 yards of a Norwegian passenger aircraft, Norway announced that any armed Russian aircraft entering its airspace without permission would be shot down.

◾BALTAP-Representative Schnellbootlage, 1970: In 1967 the Federal German Navy played a wargame to evaluate the cost-value ratio of the planned modernization of the "Zobel Class" (Type 142) FPBs to "Type 142A" (upgrade with M-20 fire-control radar and DM2A1 wire-guided torpedoes). This study also showed how the operational situation of FPBs in the Baltic was assessed by the experts of the Navy.

◾Caspian Darts, 2018: The Caspian Sea holds large energy resources both tapped and under development. Territorial claims and ambiguities fester amongst the nations bordering the inland sea. Russia’s modernized Caspian flotilla just announced another “Flash Exercise” that began roughly 3 hours ago. NATO is on alert. The USN has a small group of observers on the Caspian shore in Azerbaijan. Russia-backed rebels are shelling the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region. Begin patrolling, remain flexible and await developments as they unfold via in-game messages.

◾Debt of Honor, 1996: Japan has “accidentally” damaged the USS Enterprise and USS John C. Stennis with torpedoes during an exercise, as well as sinking 2 American submarines. Concurrently, a computer virus sends the US stock market into a downward spiral, as Japanese forces simultaneously occupy Guam and Saipan. Japan follows up with formally announcing that they have fielded a small fleet of ICBMs. The US has struggled with a response to these acts, but through small complex operations, manages to destroy the entirety of Japan’s E-767 fleet, as well as successfully destroying the ICBMs without loss. Now, the time has come to liberate the islands of Guam and Saipan. You are in control of the repaired John C. Stennis, operating on 2 screws instead of 4. Your task is to clear the skies of Japanese fighters and close the airports they are operating from with tomahawk missiles. Can you successfully liberate the American Islands once again from Japanese occupation?

◾Goodnight Irene, 2016: The influence of the United States in the Persian Gulf region rapidly diminishes in light of ongoing political, financial, military and world events. The final act of withdrawal, which was intended to foster peace and goodwill, turns into a much more difficult exercise as coincidental world events take center stage.

◾Limited War – The Siret River, 2020: Tensions between Romania and Ukraine have increased over the last several months. Disputes over the use of the Siret River have led to a series of increasingly violent border incidents. A new government has taken power in Ukraine and in the last year it has strengthened ties with Russia. Accusations of corruption, that the current leaders of Ukraine have received extensive financial and even military support from Russia, are rampant but as yet little concrete evidence exists.

◾Patton Seamount Emergency, 2020: Tensions between America and Russia have increased during the last few years. In part, this is because the collapse of fish populations around the world have led to increased poaching by fishermen in the Exclusive Economic Zones (EEZs) of various nations. In the last few months, the waters south of Alaska have seen a number of unfriendly encounters between American and Russian fishing boats. The United States has closed some of its fisheries to foreign vessels and has moved a destroyer into the region to keep an eye on things.

◾Save the Day, 2017: The Islamic terrorist group ISIS has splintered under military and economic pressure into several factions. While newer members are hiding in what remains of northern Syria, a militant group calling themselves "Allah’s Fire" has caused world concern since the beginning of the summer. Intel reports and never ending "chatter" have indicated no particular concern this morning until stuff hit the fan a 0630. Reports hint at a major operation centered on the area around the Suez Canal and Israel.

◾Stalin’s Bulls, 1951: Stalin orders the deployment of Tu-4 Bull bombers (reverse-engineered copies of B-29s) in Korea in 1951.

◾Threat Vector, 2012: Internal political and economic strife has pushed China to the edge of disaster. To distract from its internal troubles, China once again turns to harassing Taiwan and the Americans. A sharp air-to-air engagement between PRC and ROC/USMC fighters results in the loss of 11 ROC aircraft and 5 PRC aircraft, with Marine pilots scoring 3 kills. China retaliates by threatening to attack the American carrier groups, and successfully drive the Americans to the outer edge of a 300nm "Economic Exclusion Zone". However, the US covertly sends 2 squadrons worth of experienced USMC pilots to Taiwan to man old F/A-18C Hornets and resume the fight for Taiwan. The Americans and Taiwanese have a daunting task: Protect Taiwanese airspace without revealing the identity of the F/A-18C pilots – and starting a war!

◾Under African Skies, 2017: Following a state-sponsored terrorist attack against the US, France and the UK, the western powers attack the China-backed Nigerian armed forces. (NOTE: This summary doesn’t really do justice to the epic story; just read the whole damn thing already: http://www.matrixgames.com/forums/fb.asp?m=3700311 )

◾Surface Group vs. Subs – Marakei, 2020: China’s relationship with Kiribati–always strained because Kiribati recognizes Taiwan rather than China–has virtually disintegrated during the last several months. Taiwan is increasingly concerned that China may commit an act of aggression against its small Pacific ally. It has taken the unusual step of reactivating a retired S-2 Tracker and moving it to Kiribati. Its stated purpose is to assist with search and rescue operations, but it is capable of conducting military missions as well. Taiwan has also taken the very unusual step of sending a small task force to Kiribati, ostensibly as a "good will tour," but in actuality to discourage any adventurism on the part of Beijing.

◾Baltic On Fire, 1988: On 12 February 1988 the USS Yorktown (CG-48) was bumped by the Soviet Krivak I class Frigate Bezzavetnyy in the Black Sea. As a result of the collision two Harpoon canisters were torn lose from their mounts onYorktown, causing a fire that detonated both warheads. The resulting fire severe damaged the American ship but the explosion also set the Bezzavetnyy ablaze. The Soviets were finally able to get the conflagration under control but only after a heavy loss of life. The succeeding months led to ever increasingly recriminations by both sides placing blame for the incident on each other. As diplomatic efforts became increasingly futile both sides began mobilizing their forces for war.

◾BALTAP – Mining Fehmarn Belt, 1983: Tensions are rising between NATO and Warsaw Pact. There are indications that United Baltic Fleets consisting of Soviet, Polish and East-Germany (GDR) naval forces could plan an amphibious assault on Danish and West-German (FRG) beaches to get control over Danish Straits and Baltic Approaches (BALTAP). NATO plans for mining the Fehmarn Belt area (and some Danish sounds) as preparation for an upcoming hostilities. You are commanding a Task Force consisting of German (FRG) forces with Danish support for mining Fehmarn Belt and Fehmarn Sund. Leave open a narrow shipping lane in the south of Fehmarn Belt for further transit of own naval forces.

Descarga en:

http://www.warfaresims.com/?page_id=1876 .

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Bandura
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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Bandura » 08 Dic 2016, 19:58

Estoy preparando un escenario sobre la guerra de Sidi Ifni. El primer problema fue como conseguir reflejar el combate terrestre de forma realista, algo que el juego no contempla con detalle, por lo menos, por ahora. Sin embargo, usando las herramientas que el Editor aporta incluidos los scripts de Lua, he conseguido un modelo de combate terrestre la mar de chulo y con unos efectos muy realistas. Obviamente hay aspectos que no he conseguido simular, pero lo que se refiere a combates, duración y bajas ha quedado como digno y muy realista. Seguiré informando al respecto. ;)

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Re: CMANO: Command Modern Air/Naval Operations

Mensaje por Pijusmagnificus » 08 Dic 2016, 22:04

Sí, el tema terrestre es secundario en CMANO, pero puedes hacer cosas sin muchas complicaciones, en Brother Against Brother, infiltro en la selva unos pelotones de INF que tienen que localizar el campamento terrorista antes de que los aparatos contra-insurgencia puedan arrasarlo. En Canary's Cage un grupo especial de la Infanteria de Marina es inflitrado desde un submarino para evaluar las defensas moviles cercanas a la playa del inminente desembarco. En Green Tide, unidades UOE son trasportadas en medios navales para retomar unas plataformas petrolíferas. Un escenario donde el componente terrestre es importante es Hunting Day de la guerra de Georgia por Osetia del Sur, y algunos ejemplos más.

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