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After finding this little gem of a game I have gotten the idea to go through the scenarios and list alternate planes for each, as well as list any errata I have found. This is by no means complete as there will be more planes developed by the designer Andrew Nelson (thanks Andrew for coming up with T.A.C.).

Let’s do the British first.
<Scenarios for the Hawker Hurricane Mk.1>

Training: You fly two elements against them self as you may just have one plane. Special Rule for the Training scenario is no damage is possible on a head to head shot so you have to maneuver so you get a shot from the side or rear. Most of the planes have this scenario.

Dogfight: Listed as the basic scenario between two flights of fighters and lots of planes have it listed. This one lists the Bf-109E but alternate planes for this one would be the Bf-110C, the A6M-2 Zero, and the Ki-43 would work for a good battle for the Hurricane.

Bomber Intercept: This one has listed the Spitfire 2 in its introduction to this scenario but it came with the Hurricane. It lists the Ju-87 and the Bf-110C as the ones to use. Alternate fighter planes are Bf-109E, A6M-2, and the Ki-43. Alternate bombers are He-111, Ju-88, and G4M. Use Japanese with Japanese, German with German. This scenario keeps popping up with different planes.

<Scenarios for the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.II>

Training: Can’t add any more to this.

Dogfight: It listed the Bf-109E but alternates are the Bf-110C, A6M-2, and the Ki-43.

Scramble: Just like Bomber Intercept. It listed the Bf-109E and Ju-87. Alternate fighters are Bf-110C, A6M-2, and Ki-43. Alternate bombers are Ju-88, He-111, and G4M.

<Scenarios for the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.V>

Training: See previses

Dogfight: For this plane it lists the Bf-109F. Alternate fighters are the Bf-110C, A6M-2, and Ki-43.

Malta: This scenario lists the Bf-109f and Ju-88. Alternate fighters are the Bf-110C, A6M-2, and the Ki-43, Alternate bombers are Ju-87, He-111, and the G4M.

Now let’s look at the Japanese.

<Mitsubishi A6M-2 Zero>

Training: Same.

Dogfight: This scenario lists the F4F-4 Wildcat. Alternate choices are the Spitfire II, Hurricane 1, and the P-40E.

Pacific Furball: This one list’s the F4F-4 Wildcat, alternate choices are Spitfire II, Hurricane 1, and the P-40E.

<Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero>

Training: Same stuff.

Dogfight: This time the scenario list’s using two fighter elements and listed the F6F-5, P-51, P-47D, and the P-38L. Alternate use is F4U-1A and the Spitfire V.

Out Of the Clouds: This one has the Zero’s bouncing F6F-5 Hellcats. You can also have the allied planes bounce the axis and this would work for all fighters not just the Zero. But as this was a scenario for the Zero I will keep any alternate planes with the Zero in mind. Alternate planes are the F4U-1A, F6F-5, P-38L, P-47D, and the P-51.

<Kawasaki Ki-43 Oscar>

Training: Nothing new here.

Dogfight: This lists the F4F-4 but alternates are the P-40E, Hurricane 1, and the Spitfire II.

Singapore: This is another one you can switch up axis and allied sides. This scenario listed the Hurricane 1 and the G4M for the bomber. Alternates are the Spitfire II, P-40E, and the F4F-4.

Drag-and-Bag: Special rules have the “Drag” part with no energy as well as the allied fighters with the “Bag” part with full energy. It lists the P-47D but alternates are the P-51, P-38L, F6F-5, F4U-1A, and the Spitfire V (note use more advanced Spitfire when available).

<Kawasaki Ki-84 Frank>

Training: Move along nothing to see here.

Dogfight: This one lists the P-51D but alternates are the P-38L, P-47D, F6F-5, F4U-1A, and the Spitfire V (note use more advanced Spitfire when available).

Thunderstorm: Having some of your side survive is better than all or nothing in this scenario. This scenario has a P-47D with the conversion to a “Razorback” by decreasing the flipped elements defense to 3. Alternate planes are the P-51D, F6F-5, F4U-1A, P-38L, and the most advanced Spitfire.

<Mitsubishi G4M3 Betty>

Prince of Wales: Ships, two of them and flak circles with Brewster Buffalo’s (use F4F-4 Wildcat as Buffalo’s and use G4M3 Betty’s as the G3M Nell’s). Alternately use the Hurricane 1, Spitfire II, and the P-40E.

Henderson Field, Guadalcanal August 24th 1942: Another one you can swap this for any time and place with whatever sides you like, but as written it has the F4F-4 Wildcat. Alternate planes are the P-40E, Hurricane 1, and the Spitfire II.

Battle of Rennell Island – January 30th 1943: There is not any ship for the USS La Vallette so use the smallest ship you have for this. Because of the ships it is hard to come up with alternate planes as the only ones there were the G4M and the F4F-4.

Darwin, Australia – March 15th, 1943: G4M Betty’s and the A6M5 Zero’s go after the military seaport protected by Spitfire V’s. Alternate planes are P-40E and the F4F-4 Marlet (Marlet you say? Yes the Wildcat was called the Marlet in Commonwealth service). This scenario can be used for lots of planes and places.

Operation Vengeance: Use the P-38L to shoot down Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto in one of the Betty’s, the A6M5 Zero’s try to stop you. My personal favorite scenario, but can’t see using any different planes.

On to the Germans

<Messerschmitt Bf-109E Emil>

Training: Yea I guess you need training.

Dogfight: This one lists the Spitfire II but alternate ones are the Hurricane 1, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet (Marlet you say? Yes the Wildcat was called the Marlet in Commonwealth service).

Scramble: This has the 109E and Ju-87’s against the Spitfire but it did not note what one, the Mk.II, or the Mk.V? I guess it was the Mk.II so I will work with that. The scenario shows only 2 elements not the 4 it listed. Again this can be switched to different fighters and bombers, allied or axis. The alternate planes for an early war version are the Hurricane 1, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet (see note on Marlet).

<Messerschmitt Bf-109F Franz>

Training: Good pilots are trained well.

Dogfight: This one listed the Spitfire Mk.V but alternate ones are the P-40E and the F4F-4 Marlet (you read the note on the Marlet right?).
El Alamein: This scenario uses points to determine the winner, so surviving is a good thing. It can also be used for just about any planes and setting, but as written the Spitfire Mk.V was used, alternate planes are P-40E.

<Messerschmitt Bf-109G Gustav>

Training: Yep this is the training scenario!

Dogfight: This listed a Bf-109E and Spitfire Mk.II, but I think they meant the 109G and Mk.V and I will use that. Alternate planes are the P-38L, P-47D and the P-51.

Bomber Intercept: See I told you this one keeps popping up. It listed the P-51D and B-17F, alternate fighters are P-47D and the P-38L.

<Messerschmitt Bf-110C Kampfzerstörer>

Training: Well again there is training.

Dogfight: Listed is the Hurricane 1 and alternate planes are the Spitfire II, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet (You know about the Marlet right?).

Fighter Screen: Listed are the Bf-109E as escort for the Bf-110C and the Hurricane 1. Alternate units are the Spitfire II, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet (that Marlet keeps bobbing up).

Vultures: They did not say for sure but I think they meant the Spitfire II so I will go that way. Alternate planes are the Hurricane 1, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet (again a Marlet).

<Focke-Wulf Fw-190A8>

Training: We need more training.

Dogfight: The P-51D is listed and the alternate ones are P-47D, P-47D, P-38L and the Spitfire V (use latest Mk. of Spitfire).

Check Six: This scenario listed the P-47D so alternate planes are P-51D, P-38L, and latest Spitfire.

<Focke-Wulf Fw-190D Dora>

Training: We don’t need no stinking training.

Dogfight: This listed the P-51D, but on the victory conditions it listed the P-47, I will go with the P-51D but the P-47D is an alternate plane with the P-38L and the latest Spitfire.

Butcher Bird: This scenario references the P-51 but listed the P-47D. Both of these planes work but I guess the author meant to use the P-51D. The alternate planes are the P-47D, P-38L and the latest Spitfire.

<Messerschmitt Me-262 Schwalbe>

Training: Jet fighter training must go fast!

Dogfight: The P-51 is listed and alternate planes are the P-38L, P-47D, and the best Spitfire you got.

Bomber Interception: This scenario uses a Bf-109G with the Me-262 and lists swapping the 109 for Fw-190D. Allied planes listed are the B-17F and P-51D. Alternate fighters are P-47D, P-38L, and the best Spitfire you have.

Vulched: This states that the 262 has no energy but next to the illustration it listed it as having 1 energy and the P-47D as having 2. Alternate ones are the P-51D, P-38L, and best Spitfire.

<Junkers Ju-87B Stuka>

Training: Don’t you need dive bomber training?

Air Strike: This lists the Spitfire (should be the II) or the Hurricane but the P-40E and the F4F-4 Marlet (there he is again) as alternates.

Chain Home: I guess the 109 listed is the E version and the Spitfire as the II version. Swap out the 109 for Bf-110C and the Spitfire II for either the Hurricane 1, P-40E, or the F4F-4 Marlet (one more time).
Stuka Dogfight: Listed is the Hurricane 1, alternates are the Spitfire II, P-40E, and the ever-present F4F-4 Marlet.

<Heinkel He-111>

Bomber Training: Very generic scenario no fighters, just a chance to use flak circle and bomb a target. You can swap out any bomber you like.

Defended Target: This listed the Hurricane 1, alternates are the Spitfire II, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet (hello Mr. Marlet)

Bombing Raid: This one lists the Bf-110C as an escort, you can swap out for the Bf-109E. The Hurricane 1 is listed as defender, but alternates are the Spitfire II, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet.

<Junkers Ju-88 Schnellbomber>

Bomber Training: Same as the Heinkel He-111.

Defended Target: I think there is a typo as for the Luftwaffe it listed a Hu-88 not the Ju-88. This listed the Hurricane 1, alternates are the Spitfire II, P-40E, and the F4F-4 Marlet.

Bombing Raid: In the listing for victory’s they reference the He-111 but it should be the Ju-88. The Bf-109 is listed, but not what version. I will go with the Bf-109E and alternate plane is the Bf-110C. For the RAF they list the Hurricane 1 and a Spitfire, but not designated what one so I went with the Spitfire II. Alternates are the P-40E and the F4F-4 Marlet.

And now the Americans. Let’s break them down further by listing Army units then the Navy units.

<Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk/Tomahawk/Warhawk>

Training: You better be trained.

Flying Tigers: This scenario gives a variant for the P-40E converted to a P-40B with two gun dice getting no bonus and one die with a +1. It lists the Ki-43 and states you can swap it out for A6M-2’s. As this is kind of generic scenario alternates for planes are the Bf-109E and the Bf-110C.

Aleutian Islands: This scenario has the B-17 standing in for the unreleased (as yet) B-24. The fighter listed is the A6M2, alternates would be the Ki-43, Bf-109F, and the Bf-110C.

North Africa: This lists the Ju-87 and the Bf-109F, alternates would be for the fighters a Bf-110C, A6M-2, and a Ki-43. For the bombers try He-111, Ju-88, and the G4M.

Milne Bay: Normal strafing rules are modified for soft targets, you use a paperclip for a turn indicator as more axis fighters arrive on turn 8. This lists the A6M5 Zero, but alternates are the Ki-43, the Bf-109E, and the Bf-110C.

VVS: This one calls for using the p-40B with weaker guns and listed three elements, but the illustration shows only two. The attackers have listed He-111’s and Bf-109F. Alternate bombers are the Ju-88, Ju-87B and the G3M. Alternate fighters are the Bf-110C, A6M-2, and the Ki-43.

<Lockheed P-38L Lighting>

Training: Just do it!

Dogfight: Listed is the Bf-109F, but alternates are the Bf-110C, A6M5, Fw-190A8, Ki-43, and the Ki-84

Pacific Lightning: The intro I think has a typo as the word “prevent” in the last line should be deleted. This scenario uses victory points and I like that. Listed axis plane is the A6M5, but alternates are Ki-43, Ki-84, Bf-109F, and the Fw-190A8.

Stukas Over the Mediterranean: More victory points used. The Ju-87 (what with a title like this you thought it would list a different plane?) is listed, but alternates are Bf-110C as fighter bomber, Ju-88, He-111, and I guess you can also sub in the G4M as well.

Leyte Gulf: This scenario lists B-25J or B-25H planes but as of yet they are not released. The fighter listed it the Ki-84, alternates are the Ki-43, A6M5, Bf-109G, and the Fw-190D, bomber alternate is a B-17F.

<North American P-47D Thunderbolt>

Training: Do it, or not.

Dogfight: This lists an Fw-190 but no version so I will go with the 190A8. Alternates are the Bf-109G, Fw-190D, Ki-84, Ki-43, A6M5, and the Me-262.

Targets of Opportunity: You will place any targets randomly, and the axis or allied player may have a choice as to what plane to use or just have ground targets depending on the die roll. It also calls for two elements of Bf-109G’s. Alternate planes are the Fw-190A8, Me-262, Ki-43, Ki-84, or the A6M5.

<North American P-51D Mustang>

Training: You need training to ride a Mustang!

Dogfight: Listed is the Bf-109G, but alternate ones are the Fw-190A8, Me-262, Fw-190D, Ki-43, Ki-84, and the A6M5.

Bounced: Axis will set up first, scoring is by points, any axis plane is considered on the first turn to be surprised so there defense is as if a flipped element this turn only. Listed is the Bf-109G, but alternate planes are Fw-190D, Fw-190A8, Me-262, A6M5, Ki-43, and the Ki-84.

<Boing B-17F Flying Fortress>

Bomber Training: You got to have those bombers trained.

Arsenal of Democracy: This lists the Bf-109G and states you can substitute the Fw-190 but did not state what version 190 so use both. Alternate axis fighters are the Me-262, and the Ki-84. Escorting the bomber is the P-51D but alternate ones are the P-47D, and the P-38L.

Straggler: This lists one P-51D but the illustration shows two and the axis fighter is listed as a Fw-190 but not a version and in the illustration it talks about Bf-109G’s. The solution is use both, and the Me-262 also. You can swap out the P-51 for the P-47D or the P38L. This scenario is one that works well for either axis or allied.

Now let’s talk about the U.S. Navy planes.

<Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat/Marlet>

Training: Oh boy more training!

Dogfight: Listed is the A6M-2 but alternates are Ki-43, Bf-109E, and the Bf-110C. (You know about the Marlet being the Wildcat in Commonwealth service?)

Dive Bomber Escort: The bomber listed is the SBD-3 Dauntless, but you can swap it for TBF-1 Avenger. For the axis fighter it listed the A6M-2 and alternates are the Ki-43, the Bf-109E, and the Bf-110C.

<Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat/Gannet>

Training: Yes Virginia there is a training mission.

Dogfight: Listed is the A6M5 but alternates are the Ki-43, Ki-84, Bf-109D, and the Fw-190A8 (The F6F-5 Hellcat was called the Gannet in Commonwealth service and saw service in Norway, the Mediterranean Sea, and in the Pacific).

Marianas Turkey Shoot: The listing has A6M5’s with a special rule about Japan running low on experienced pilots, don’t use this rule for any German opponents. Alternate planes are the Ki-43, Ki-84, Bf-109D, and the Fw-190A8.

<Vought F4U-1A Corsair>

Training: Trains don’t fly silly.

Dogfight: Listed is the Ki-84 and alternates are the Ki-43, A6M5, Bf-109D, and the Fw-190A8 (the Corsair was used by Commonwealth units off of their carriers before the U.S. Navy would let them be used on their carriers).

Sucker Punch: Listed for use is the A6M5 and alternates are the Ki-43, Ki-84, Bf-109G, and the Fw-190A8.

Kamikaze: Special rules to increase the airframe to show they continued on to the target even after taking lots of damage. The A6M5’s are used and variations listed are to mix in some Ki-84’s as well as adding some escort fighters. Alternate units are the Ki-43.

<Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless>

Training: Can you train a train to fly?

Midway: The Akagi and one flak circle with the help of one element of A6M-2”s.

Surprise Attack: Akagi again but this time she can launch more A6M-2’s. Damaged A6M-2’s can land, next turn take off as full elements. The Dauntless are escorted by F4F-4’s.

<Grumman TBF-1C Avenger/Tarpon>

Training: The most useless scenario if you have more than 1 plane type.

Cruiser Yahagi: The ship and two flak circles with F6F-5’s escorting. The illustration only shows the Avenger elements. Alternate escorting planes are the F4U-1A.

Solomon Islands: I guess if you don’t have the plane that the carrier came with you can use the Agano class cruiser as this scenario did. Only 4 of the A6M-2’s and only one element at a time can launch.

Glide-Bombing: You can use the Agano as the Agano, with help of two A6M-5’s. The Avengers have two F6F-5’s, alternate escorts would be the F4U-1A.

Skip Bombing: Use the Agano as a cargo ship with two A6M5’s.



Hope this gets any player thinking.

James.

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Holy wall of text Batman!
Is there any way you can edit that with some breaks at least between different scenarios? surprise
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Man I wish we lived near each other...

I think that your idea about subbing in Spitfire Mk.V's with scenarios involving late war planes is t likely to work too well though. That plane just can't stand up against those higher tech planes. Too slow, way less energy and very poor firepower.

I had never heard about the Martlet until you told me about it. Was that a frequently used plane?

And what's this about the Commonwealth flying Corsair's off carriers? Which carriers? In which ocean?
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fatgreta wrote:
I think that your idea about subbing in Spitfire Mk.V's with scenarios involving late war planes is t likely to work too well though. That plane just can't stand up against those higher tech planes. Too slow, way less energy and very poor firepower.


You'll need to wait for the Spit 9 and 14.

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I had never heard about the Martlet until you told me about it. Was that a frequently used plane?


Martlet is just the RAF name for the F4F Wildcat. Dunno why they changed the name.

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And what's this about the Commonwealth flying Corsair's off carriers? Which carriers? In which ocean?
The British used Corsairs off their carriers. Australia didn't have carriers until post-war.
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fatgreta wrote:
Man I wish we lived near each other...

I think that your idea about subbing in Spitfire Mk.V's with scenarios involving late war planes is t likely to work too well though. That plane just can't stand up against those higher tech planes. Too slow, way less energy and very poor firepower.

I had never heard about the Martlet until you told me about it. Was that a frequently used plane?

And what's this about the Commonwealth flying Corsair's off carriers? Which carriers? In which ocean?


F4F-4 Wildcat’s were the first U.S. planes to down any German planes, under British control though. They ordered more than 1200 of them in 1940. They used them in Norway, the Med, and some were sent to the PTO as well.
They also used the F5F and the F4U.
As for what carriers they were on I don’t know. Some early in the war (F4F-4’s) were based at Scapa Flow.
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<Scenarios for the Hawker Hurricane Mk.1>

Bomber Intercept: This one has listed the Spitfire 2 in its introduction to this scenario but it came with the Hurricane, it also shows only two elements but lists using 4. It lists the Ju-87 and the Bf-110C as the ones to use. Alternate fighter planes are Bf-109E, A6M-2, and the Ki-43. Alternate bombers are He-111, Ju-88, and G4M. Use Japanese with Japanese, German with German. This scenario keeps popping up with different planes.

<Scenarios for the Supermarine Spitfire Mk.II>

Scramble: Just like Bomber Intercept. Listed is 4 elements of Spitfire’s but it only shows two. It listed the Bf-109E and Ju-87. Alternate fighters are Bf-110C, A6M-2, and Ki-43. Alternate bombers are Ju-88, He-111, and G4M.

<Kawasaki Ki-43 Oscar>

Dogfight: Most Dogfight scenarios start 12 inches apart, this starts 24 inches apart. This lists the F4F-4 but alternates are the P-40E, Hurricane 1, and the Spitfire II.

<Kawasaki Ki-84 Frank>

Dogfight: Most Dogfight scenarios start 12 inches apart, this starts 24 inches apart. This one lists the P-51D but alternates are the P-38L, P-47D, F6F-5, F4U-1A, and the Spitfire V (note use more advanced Spitfire when available).

<Messerschmitt Me-262 Schwalbe>

Dogfight: The P-51 is listed and alternate planes are the P-38L, P-47D, and the best Spitfire you got. This shows the plane elements starting what I guess is 6” apart from like planes and 12” from opposing planes.
Bomber Interception: This scenario uses a Bf-109G with the Me-262 and lists swapping the 109 for Fw-190D. Allied planes listed are the B-17F and P-51D. Alternate fighters are P-47D, P-38L, and the best Spitfire you have. The illustration shows the B-17F’s kind of far apart, they should be played close together so to give support to each other.


<Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat/Gannet>

Marianas Turkey Shoot: This lists 4 F6F-5 Hellcats but only shows two. The listing has A6M5’s with a special rule about Japan running low on experienced pilots, don’t use this rule for any German opponents. Alternate planes are the Ki-43, Ki-84, Bf-109D, and the Fw-190A8.

<Vought F4U-1A Corsair>

Sucker Punch: In the Victory conditions it refers to “both Zero elements”, there are six elements. Listed for use is the A6M5 and alternates are the Ki-43, Ki-84, Bf-109G, and the Fw-190A8.

<Douglas SBD-3 Dauntless>

The Dauntless in Commonwealth service was called the A-24 Banshee.

<Grumman TBF-1C Avenger/Tarpon>

Cruiser Yahagi: The ship and two flak circles with F6F-5’s escorting. The illustration only shows the Avenger elements and only lists one flak circle but shows two. This scenario did not list what armament the Avengers have, so try it with torpedoes and bombs. Alternate escorting planes are the F4U-1A. The Avenger was called the Tarpon in Commonwealth service.

Solomon Islands: I guess if you don’t have the plane that the carrier came with you can use the Agano class cruiser as this scenario did. Only 4 of the A6M-2’s and only one element at a time can launch. Victory conditions refers to “both Zeroes” but there are 4.

<Polikarpov I-16 Ishak>

Training: What no training?

Winter War: Better than a training scenario taking two I-16 “Siipiorava” (I think this is Finnish for flying squirrel) verses 4 I-16 Ishak’s (I think this is Russian for mule or maybe donkey). If there was a Brewster Buffalo that would be the alternate.


Battle of Brunete: Use the Bf-109E with mods for making it a Bf-109B and two half-elements of He-111’s but the illustration shows full He-111’s, against three I-16 “Mosca” (I think this means fly) but the illustration shows 4 elements. My guess is use 4 elements.


Battle of Wuhan: This lists using six I-16 elements but only shows 4, and the Japanese have two G4M Betty’s gest starring as G3M Nell’s with no change and four A6M2 Zero elements gest starring as A5M Claude’s with mods to them.


Moscow: Use four I-16 elements against three Ju-87’s and one Bf-109F elements. Alternate planes for the I-16 is the P-40, for the Ju-87 use the He-111 or the Ju-88, for the 109 use the Bf-110C.


Stalingrad: Use four I-16 elements, with two getting up-gunned with two 20mm cannon. It did not say but I think that the targets are split into three for the Soviets and three for the Germans? German alternates are the Bf-110C and the Ju-88 as both were used as dive-bombers, for the Soviets use the P-40.


Red on Red: Use P-40B half-element vs five I-16 half-elements. The P-40 can’t shoot and the I-16’s try not to fly into the front arc of the P-40.
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For any discrepancies between the text and the diagram, use the image. During the rough draft stage, the text goes in first. After playtesting, a diagram goes up and then gets modified further with drawings and notes. The diagram gets updated a few times, but sometimes a change won't make it to the text. The text will eventually be altered to match the diagrams.
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<Yakovlev Yak-7> (Note you can also use this plane as a Yak-1 & a Yak-9 but up one for the energy on a Yak-9)

Training: What no training?

Barbarossa: Yak-7 as a Yak-1 with no energy. German alternates would be a Bf-110C for the 109 and for the Ju-87 swap out the Ju-88 or the He-111.

Teeth of the Bear: For a Yak-7. This listed the Bf-109E but referred to a group of Bf-109F’s and I think that is what it should have been.
586th: This was an all-female fighter regiment given Yak-1’s to use. Sub for the Bf-109F for Bf-110C and the Ju-88 for a He-111 or the Ju-87.

Jet Ambush: Two Yak-9’s against a Me-262, swap out the 262 for Fw-190D or a Bf-109D.

Yaks vs. Lightnings: Yak-9’s go after some P-38’s, swap the P-38’s for P-51’s or P-47D’s.


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