The Wrecking Crew

 

TWC Campaign Server , Maps,Recon Photos,

All infrastructure is at 100% to begin the map. We do not know the limit of
our server so we are restricting it to 100 players until we see how she runs.
A more realistic approach to WW-2 tactical warfare. It could be agreed on
before hand that players killed could open spots for players that have yet
to participate but that would have to be worked out in the beforehand.

As a red pilot you must harass any ground targets (trucks ,Supplies ,AAA, etc.)
inside the front lines and across the lines when called to do so once per hour
the briefing will alert you of new targets as it does the Germans. Your fighters
are useless against Heavy Armor so you need to spot for the bombers. You also
will be called upon 4 times in each cycle to defend your territory against enemy
air raids or to escort friendly bombers into the enemy territory.

Your enemy also has assets in the rear of there areas oil and fuel storage train
transports Factories and ships and much more but it must be reconnoitered so
you know where the target is located!
Major areas have major targets but are well defended so Recon to find the target
and tell your bomber buddies right where to bomb is a good idea.
All buildings in the target area are live but if you bomb civilian areas
your team will be penalized!!!!!

As a Blue Pilot Check the Briefing menu for Objectives these main Objectives
must be accomplished. The enemy must protect these targets and your job
is to destroy them along with as many enemy aircraft you can! Sorties for
all pilots that do not die continue so advance your Score and check them
on our stats page above.

Now the enemy has started to camouflage some of the objective targets to make you miss

here is a resistance photo smuggled out of Dunkirk showing the Camouflage of a factory

 

Coquell Radar

 

Boulogne Targets

Calais Hard Targets

Calais rail

 

St Ouen 88 Factory

Bapaume Rail

Arras Fuel

 

 

Le Havre Naval Facility

Le Havre Fuel Targets recon

Axis Targets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good luck pilots