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Red Storm: Baltic Approaches

Red Storm: Baltic Approaches
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Price: 43.00 €

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Publisher: GMT Games

Reference: GMT2115

Format: box

Period: Post 1945

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The Air War Over the Baltic, 1987

Red Storm: Baltic Approaches is the first expansion for GMT’s Red Storm game of operational level air combat between NATO and the Warsaw Pact. Red Storm: Baltic Approaches  adds the air forces of three new countries (Denmark, Sweden, and Poland) along with additional units for nations represented in Red Storm, including US Marine Corps aircraft. The game will also add naval units, anti-ship missiles, maritime weather, and rules covering other facets of air combat in the predominantly maritime domain of the western Baltic.

Scenarios featuring mission types from Red Storm (close air support, interdiction, air defense suppression, and deep strike) will be joined by new types focused on raids against enemy ships, amphibious operation support, airborne drops, and aerial mining. Solo scenarios, using the Bot system introduced in Red Storm, will also be included.

New aircraft types will include the F-4S Phantom, AV-8B Harrier II, F/A-18A Hornet, A-6E Intruder, EA-6B Prowler, Atlantic 2, P-3C Orion, F-35XD Draken, JA-37/AJ-37 Viggen, Tu-22M Backfire, Su-20 Fitter, Tu-95 Bear, IL-38 May, and more. Naval units range from cruisers and destroyers down through amphibious ships, missile patrol craft, and other types from the various countries whose navies would be engaged in the area.

Components

  • 2 x Maps (34" x 22")
  • 1 x Rules booklet
  • 1 x Scenario booklet
  • 1 x Appendices booklet
  • 1 x Counter Sheet
  • 1 x Player Aid Card (11 x 17)
  • 1 x USSR/Poland Aircraft Data Card
  • 1 x NATO/Sweden Aircraft Data Card
  • 1 x USN/USMC Aircraft Data Card
  • 1 x Warsaw Pact Naval Data Card
  • 1 x NATO Naval Data Card
  • 1 x Pad of Naval Unit Log Sheets

Important: Players will need a copy of Red Storm: The Air War Over Central Germany, 1987 to play Red Storm: Baltic Approaches