All in good fun.
For land warfare I am more or less familiar with the limitations of weapon systems and I can relate to the story a grand tactical level war game is trying to tell me even when those weapons systems are abstracted. For air warfare the market's offers for grand tactical/operational war games are more limited, but it goes on the same lines (I flew THAT airplane, and fired its weapons ...).
Naval warfare ... Not quite there yet ... I played a bit of Harpoon 3 ANW this past weekend and got my rear end kicked. I have not developed that sense of what modern weapons and sensors can do.
So here I am, playing a bit of Dangerous Waters to reduce my naval tactical shortcomings.
|A Seahawk comes back empty handed to an Oliver Perry class frigate, somewhere in the Atlantic. Damn Chinese destroyed could not be found!|
|Surface radar on: bad or good idea for searching a destroyer?|
My question to you is: do you think a war game at a certain level of warfare can enhance your performance in another war game focused on another level?