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Operation Flaming Dart
BFV Operation Flaming Dart Base
Game

BFV Icon Battlefield Vietnam

Part of the

Vietnam War

Music

Really Got Me-The Kinks

Teams

Vietnam Air Force vs. North Vietnam

Date

February 7, 1965

Location

Đồng Hới, Gulf of Tonkin

Mode(s)

Mission

Combat

Aerial Warfare, Amphibious Assault

Singleplayer

Yes

Platform(s)

PC

BFVN Map Flaming Dart

Operation Flaming Dart is a map featured in Battlefield Vietnam. It is loosely based on the real Operation Flaming Dart 1, which was a U.S Air Force and Vietnam Air Force military operation which escalated the Vietnam War after several attacks on U.S. bases by the Vietcong.

DescriptionEdit

"February 7, 1965 - After attacks on U.S. bases, President Johnson orders airstrikes against barracks near Dong Hoi. Operation Flaming Dart I and Flaming Dart II were meant as a message to the North to cease hostilities in the South. In February of 1965, the U.S. Air Force and Vietnam Air Force dropped massive amounts of bombs and on the first day alone, dropped 25 tons in 30 minutes."

ConquestEdit

Operation Flaming Dart can be considered an attempted Amphibious Assault map, as the ARVN are attempting a Sea and Air map, the ARVN has mostly Air/Sea support (and tank support once the capture the mainland). While the NVA has mostly Tank superiority (alongside Mobile AA), the South Vietnamese have a numerical advantage in the Air. 

EquipmentEdit

VNAF 514th Fighter Squadron
648px-Flag of South Vietnam.svg VNAF 514th Fighter Squadron "The Phoenix"
Light vehicle(s)
Light tank(s)
Helicopters(s)
Fixed-wing aircraft
Naval vessel(s)
Emplacement(s)
Flag of North Vietnam Unidentified North Vietnamese Forces
Light vehicle(s)
Main battle tank(s)
Anti-aircraft vehicle(s)
Helicopters(s)
Fixed-wing aircraft

BasesEdit

South Vietnamese IslandEdit

The South Vietnamese Island is the starting base for the ARVN, mostly consisting of three islands in a reverse.

Dong Hoi IslandEdit

The RuinsEdit

Beach FrontEdit

GalleryEdit

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