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What is the common name of the AGM-84?

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  1. In my naval reading list I have now arrived at the fiction section with Michael DiMercurios books. I've just started Voyage of the Devilfish where a rogue admiral sends 120 SSNs to a position they can attack with cruise missiles. (I have not finished the book, so the idea is just based on the start). This inspired me to try to recreate this scenario with EC2003 Battle for the Atlantic Ocean. The idea was to start out a big blob of SSNs from the Norwegian Sea (Barents seems to be off the map) Have them all transit trough the GIUK gap, north and south of Iceland at high speed to several attack positions off the US east coast and then order them to attack vital targets, like the White House, Norfolk and the Capitol with cruise missiles. Where destruction is a RED total victory. On the US side, intelligence (orders) will warn about the inbound SSN's. However all of the fleet will be in port except perhaps a couple of attack subs around Iceland. Other Blue forces would be ASW Aircraft in the US that needs to be deployed to Keflavik, Greenland, Eastern Canada Etc. The docked US attack subs 65-70 in total, maybe a CVBG and FFG/DDG/CG ships will have to be deployed in a picket somewhere to stop the incoming SSNs. A blue victory could perhaps be destroying a flagship Typhoon hidden somewhere north of Iceland or time with intact vital targets. Timewise a transit from the Norwegian is about 3500nm. That gives about 5-7 in game days to get into attack station at full speed. That probably means the US picket must be on station in less than half that. I made a test and put one Akula II and one Sierra II off the eastern seaboard, gave nuclear release and fired all SS-N-30 and SS-N-21's at two US bases, both failed to destroy an undefended target, so I think a group of 2-3 subs are required for an attack. I'm looking for suggestions on what sub classes to use and other ideas/suggestions to make this scenario. Also feel free to steal the whole idea, as I have never made a scenario from scratch and it will take me a very long time to make this.
  2. AAR: NACV4 Side: Blue On we go. This is the first scenario of this battleset I try. maybe I would be better to start with 1GIU, but IIR each one has its own story. The setup is really interesting: I´m used to play Cold War scenarios and never played a scen in which the Russians build a coalition with European forces. fascinating setup. My first steps are to set up formation patrols, thus no base will fall victim to a surprise attack out of the blue sky. Next step is to bring the long range recon birds and the bombers into waiting positions.
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