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June 1983 - world war III has begun. F-14 Tomcats and F-4 Phantoms roar off the carrier decks looking for Soviet Backfire and Badger bombers while underwater Victor and Sturgeon submarines duel. In the merchant lanes, loaded tankers make their way from the US to Japan, stalked by submarines and the Soviet fleet. Somewhere in Hawaii, a Soviet spy transmits the location of a carrier group to the Soviets, and a RORSAT satellite whizzes overhead looking for its target.
Welcome to the Pacific - the US problem is the great distance involved fighting thousands of miles from home, whilst the Soviets fight on their doorstep, though with the chance of their airfields and ports being destroyed - even then, the main Soviet Pacific ocean 'warm water' port of Petropavlovsk, being remote, has no rail or road access and must be supplied by sea - the Soviet fleet will have to take up this challenge. Vietnam also - a 5 day cruise from Vladivostok - must be supplied by sea.
The US will hope that Japan will make their forces available - but what if the Soviets have arranged for neutrality? If neutrality cannot be arranged will the Soviets take the initiative and destroy the Japanese air on the ground?
China states its neutrality, but could join either side - perhaps choosing this moment to make their move for Taiwan, or to stay neutral - if they do will the Soviets invade and solve the Chinese communist problem once and for all?
And what of North Korea - eager to profit from a fight but answering to both China and the Soviets; a South Korean victory could be disastrous here - if war is declared, US marines and convoys must not get through!
Blue Water Navy: The Pacific covers the action from the West coast of the USA over to Vietnam and is the sister game of Blue Water Navy, which covers Europe. This game can be played standalone; ownership of Blue Water Navy is not necessary to play.
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