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Jane's Combat Simulations: ATF - Advanced Tactical Fighters

aka: Jane's Combat Simulations: A.T.F. - Advanced Tactical Fighters
Moby ID: 1563

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Jane's Combat Simulations website, 1997 [ add images ]

Screenshots originally available at http://www.janes.ea.com/sims/atf/shots.htm

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According to the dash-one manual: Flying a stealth fighter at high noon over the desert may adversely affect low-observability technology.

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A B-2 Spirit directing a stick of MK-82 bombs onto a hardened command structure. Why? Why not!

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The cockpit view from an F-117 Nighthawk on terminal approach.

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Mirage 2000 fighters respond to the Nighthawk's intrusion of their airspace.

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The F-117 Nighthawk taking heavy fire. Apparently stealth technology was not properly employed here.

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A trio of laser-guided bombs walking their way into the mouth of an aircraft hanger. This will definately leave a mark.

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A Royal Air Force Tornado making a less than graceful egress from a hot 'Dimpy'.

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A marine Av-8 Harrier III. Sounds like a lot of lineage for such an in-the-dirt combat air support fighter doesn't it?

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The calling card of the B-2b Spirit is a bright series of burning structures and personnel.

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Quick missions allow you to fly Harriers against X-32 Fighters, just because you want to.

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Another gorgeous shot of the F-117 Nighthawk over the deserts of Egypt. Great photo op, bad mission planning.

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Battle of the vectored thrust fighters, so much for the X-32's advanced technology.

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Computer Gaming World (US), Issue 136 (November 1995)

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PC Player (Germany), Issue 05/1996

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PC Games (Germany), Issue 01/1997

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