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==Background==
 
==Background==
The Air Field is a landing strip with a flight control tower and an armory with a fuel dump. They are used to maintain aircraft that require a runway in order to land: [[Yak]] attack planes and [[MiG (Red Alert 1)|MiG]] fighter jets. The airfield are only able to provide refuel and reload function as repairing function is slaved to specially constructed repair center. The airfield also provide the plane its harbour with Soviet version of JATO rocket to assist in STOL procedures.
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The Air Field is a landing strip with a flight control tower and an armory with a fuel dump. They are used to maintain aircraft that require a runway in order to land: [[Yak]] / Spitfire attack planes and [[MiG (Red Alert 1)|MiG]] / Saber fighter jets. The airfield are only able to provide refuel and reload function as repairing function is slaved to specially constructed repair center. The airfield also provide the plane its harbour with Soviet version of JATO rocket to assist in STOL procedures.
   
 
Nod dust off the old design of airfield from old Soviet archieve and add various modification that virtually change the role of airfield, creating Nod [[Airstrip]] during [[First Tiberium War]] as the result, making it operate as vehicle drop off from Nod's contracted transport plane. In Red Alert Universe, it was abandoned due the forcibly disbanded of Soviet air force by the end of the war.
 
Nod dust off the old design of airfield from old Soviet archieve and add various modification that virtually change the role of airfield, creating Nod [[Airstrip]] during [[First Tiberium War]] as the result, making it operate as vehicle drop off from Nod's contracted transport plane. In Red Alert Universe, it was abandoned due the forcibly disbanded of Soviet air force by the end of the war.
   
 
==In-game==
 
==In-game==
Apart from supporting a single attack plane and reload their weapons after each attack, the airfield also allows for calling in [[paratroopers]] or [[Parabombs|parabombs]] onboard the [[Badger bomber (Red Alert 1)|Badger bombers]]. If an in-use Airfield is destroyed while its associated plane is still in the air, the plane will crash.
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Apart from supporting a single attack plane and reload their weapons after each attack, the airfield also allows for calling in [[paratroopers]] or [[Parabombs|parabombs]] onboard the [[Badger bomber (Red Alert 1)|Badger bombers]] / Flying Fortress . If an in-use Airfield is destroyed while its associated plane is still in the air, the plane will crash.
   
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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[[Category:Red Alert 1 Soviet Arsenal]]

Revision as of 11:58, January 18, 2014

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The Airfield is an invaluable structure for the air-inclined Soviet commander in Red Alert 1.

Background

The Air Field is a landing strip with a flight control tower and an armory with a fuel dump. They are used to maintain aircraft that require a runway in order to land: Yak / Spitfire attack planes and MiG / Saber fighter jets. The airfield are only able to provide refuel and reload function as repairing function is slaved to specially constructed repair center. The airfield also provide the plane its harbour with Soviet version of JATO rocket to assist in STOL procedures.

Nod dust off the old design of airfield from old Soviet archieve and add various modification that virtually change the role of airfield, creating Nod Airstrip during First Tiberium War as the result, making it operate as vehicle drop off from Nod's contracted transport plane. In Red Alert Universe, it was abandoned due the forcibly disbanded of Soviet air force by the end of the war.

In-game

Apart from supporting a single attack plane and reload their weapons after each attack, the airfield also allows for calling in paratroopers or parabombs onboard the Badger bombers / Flying Fortress . If an in-use Airfield is destroyed while its associated plane is still in the air, the plane will crash.

Gallery

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