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Command and Conquer: Red Alert

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The Red Alert Internet Strategy Guide

Release 1.01
December 20, 1996
Copyright c1996 Roger Wong. All Rights Reserved
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Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 FOREWORD
1.2 ABOUT THE STRATEGY GUIDE
1.3 GETTING THE STRATEGY GUIDE
1.3.1 E-mail
1.3.2 Usenet
1.3.3 WWW
1.3.4 BBS
1.4 CONTRIBUTING TO THE STRATEGY GUIDE
1.5 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
1.6 ACCURATE INFORMATION

2. ALLIED FORCES STRUCTURES AND UNITS
2.1 STRUCTURES
2.1.1 Construction Yard
2.1.2 Power Plant
2.1.3 Advanced Power Plant
2.1.4 Ore Refinery
2.1.5 Ore Silo
2.1.6 Barracks
2.1.7 War Factory
2.1.8 Naval Yard
2.1.9 Helipad
2.1.10 Pillbox
2.1.11 Camouflaged Pillbox
2.1.12 Turret
2.1.13 AA Gun
2.1.14 Service Depot
2.1.15 Radar Dome
2.1.16 Technology Center
2.1.17 Gap Generator
2.1.18 Chronosphere
2.1.19 Sandbags
2.1.20 Concrete Wall
2.1.21 Fake Structures
2.2 ARMY
2.2.1 Rifle Infantry
2.2.2 Rocket Infantry
2.2.3 Engineer
2.2.4 Spy
2.2.5 Thief
2.2.6 Tanya
2.2.7 Medic
2.2.8 Mine Layer
2.2.9 Ore Truck
2.2.10 Ranger
2.2.11 APC
2.2.12 Light Tank
2.2.13 Medium Tank
2.2.14 Artillery
2.2.15 Mobile Gap Generator
2.2.16 Mobile Radar Jammer
2.2.17 MCV
2.3 NAVY
2.3.1 Transport
2.3.2 Gunboat
2.3.3 Destroyer
2.3.4 Cruiser
2.4 AIR FORCE
2.4.1 Longbow
2.5 SPECIAL FORCES
2.5.1 GPS Satellite
2.5.2 Sonar Pulse
2.5.3 Chronoshift

3. SOVIET POWERS STRUCTURES AND UNITS
3.1 STRUCTURES
3.1.1 Construction Yard
3.1.2 Power Plant
3.1.3 Advanced Power Plant
3.1.4 Ore Refinery
3.1.5 Ore Silo
3.1.6 Barracks
3.1.7 Kennel
3.1.8 War Factory
3.1.9 Sub Pen
3.1.10 Airfield
3.1.11 Helipad
3.1.12 Service Depot
3.1.13 Radar Dome
3.1.14 Technology Center
3.1.15 Flame Tower
3.1.16 Tesla Coil
3.1.17 SAM Site
3.1.18 Iron Curtain
3.1.19 Missile Silo
3.1.20 Barbed Wire Fence
3.1.21 Concrete Wall
3.2 ARMY
3.2.1 Attack Dog
3.2.2 Rifle Infantry
3.2.3 Grenadier
3.2.4 Flame Infantry
3.2.5 Engineer
3.2.6 Mine Layer
3.2.7 Ore Truck
3.2.8 V2 Rocket Launcher
3.2.9 Heavy Tank
3.2.10 Mammoth Tank
3.2.11 MCV
3.3 NAVY
3.3.1 Transport
3.3.2 Submarine
3.4 AIR FORCE
3.4.1 Yak
3.4.2 MiG
3.4.3 Hind
3.4.4 Chinook
3.5 SPECIAL FORCES
3.5.1 Iron Curtain
3.5.2 Nuke
3.5.3 Parabomb
3.5.4 Paratrooper
3.5.5 Spy Plane

4. FIELD OPERATIONS COMBAT MANUAL
4.1 FIGHTING ON LAND
4.1.1 Center of Gravity
4.1.2 Combat Tactics
4.1.3 Concentrated Firepower
4.1.4 Scatter!
4.2 AIRPOWER
4.2.1 Offense
4.2.2 Defense
4.3 NAVAL WARFARE
4.3.1 The Wolfpack
4.3.2 Antisubmarine Warfare
4.3.3 Obstacles
4.4 LOGISTICAL SUPPORT
4.4.1 Economics
4.4.2 Minefields
4.4.3 Undocumented commands

5. QUIRKS, CHEATS & HIDDEN SURPISES
5.1 THE CHEAT KEYS
5.2 EDITING THE RULES.INI
5.3 QUIRKS
5.3.1 Ore silos
5.3.2 Multiple weapons factories
5.3.3 Minefields
5.3.4 Finding submarines
5.3.5 Deny transports a beachhead
5.3.6 Prevent the computer from rebuilding
5.3.7 Inaccurate cruiser fire
5.3.8 Cruisers versus submarines
5.3.9 Allying with the enemy
5.4 EASTER EGGS
5.4.1 Morse code in the manual

6. ALLIED MISSIONS
6.1 SCG01EA
6.2 SCG02EA
6.3 SCG03EA
6.4 SCG04EA
6.5 SCG05EA
6.6 SCG06EA
6.7 SCG07EA
6.8 SCG08EA
6.9 SCG09EA
6.10 SCG10EA
6.11 SCG10EB
6.12 SCG11EA
6.13 SCG12EA
6.14 SCG13EA
6.15 SCG14EA

7. SOVIET MISSIONS
7.1 SCU01EA
7.2 SCU02EA
7.3 SCU03EA
7.4 SCU04EA
7.5 SCU05EA
7.6 SCU06EA
7.7 SCU07EA
7.8 SCU08EA
7.9 SCUO9EA
7.10 SCU10EA
7.11 SCU11EA
7.12 SCU12EA
7.13 SCU13EA
7.14 SCU14EA

8. MULTIPLAYER GAMES
8.1 LOCAL NETWORK
8.2 MODEM
8.3 WCHAT
8.4 KALI

9. MULTIPLAYER TACTICS
9.1 CRATE CONTENTS
9.2 COUNTRY SPECIALTIES
9.3 PLAYING THE SOVIET POWERS
9.4 PLAYING THE ALLIED FORCES

10. BUGS, UPDATES FUTURE GAMES
10.1 OFFICIAL WESTWOOD PATCHES
10.2 ERRORS IN THE RED ALERT MANUAL

11. THIRD PARTY UTILITIES
11.1 RAEDIT

12. INTERNET RESOURCES
12.1 WEBSITES

13. APPENDICES
13.1 INSTALLATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING
13.1.1 Running Red Alert From Your Hard Disk
13.1.2 Windows 95 Video Problems
13.1.2.1 S3 Diamond Stealth and other S3 chipsets
13.1.2.2 Matrox Millennium
13.1.2.3 Number 9 Imagine 128 Series 2
13.1.2.4 Espresso Accelerator Card
13.1.3 Windows 95 Sound Problems
13.1.3.1 Stuttering
13.1.4 Network Problems
13.1.4.1 Can't even see the network game option
13.1.4.2 Sluggish game
13.1.4.3 Stragglers
13.2 DATA TABLES
13.2.1 Buildings
13.2.2 Units
13.3 FURTHER READING
13.4 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
13.5 REVISION HISTORY

End Contents

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1 FOREWORD
A year ago I was the original C&C klutz. I wrote the Unofficial C&C Strategy FAQ for myself as much as anyone else. One year and two months later, I'm pleased to write another. May reading this strategy guide add to your enjoyment of Red Alert.

1.2 ABOUT THE STRATEGY GUIDE
Welcome to the first release of the Red Alert Internet Strategy Guide. This is a Red Alert strategy guide written for Internet distribution, with Internet contribution, sans convolution.

Any similarities between this guide and PC Gamer UK's RA strategy booklet are unavoidable. I wrote both of them.

1.3 GETTING THE STRATEGY GUIDE
1.3.1 E-mail
For notification of strategy guide revisions and other news, send an email to raguide@powhq.nildram.co.uk with the subject heading "Medic! I'm hit!" (no quotes).

To receive the latest revision of the strategy guide, send an email to nervegas@inconnect.com with the subject heading "Send reinforcements!" (no quotes.

1.3.2 Usenet
The Red Alert Internet Strategy Guide is posted on the first of every month (or earlier if a new version is released) on the following Usenet groups:
(1) alt.games.redalert
(2) alt.games.command-n-conq
(3) alt.games.command-n-conq.red-alert

The Red Alert Internet Strategy Guide is also posted to comp.sys.ibm.pc.games.strategic as new revisions are released.

1.3.3 WWW
New releases of the Unofficial C&C Strategy FAQ will be found on the following World-wide Web sites:

http://www.netcomuk.co.uk/~cncfaq
http://web.ukonline.co.uk/Members/roger.wong

1.3.4 BBS
I am not responsible for uploading new releases of the Red Alert Internet Strategy Guide to bulletin board systems. I have control over neither them nor their naming conventions, and can not guarantee that a given BBS will hold a copy of the strategy guide in their files area.

ATTENTION: All BBSes, CompuServe, America Online, and all other information services. PLEASE conform to the naming standard of the Red Alert Internet Strategy Guide when placing this file on your system. The file name should be 'rafaq???.zip' where the '???' is the revision number of the guide or 'rafaq???.txt' if the guide is a text file instead of PKZIPped.

1.4 CONTRIBUTING TO THE STRATEGY GUIDE
If you have something to add to the guide, please send E-mail to 'redalert@powhq.nildram.co.uk' (no quotes), explaining what your addition is. It will be reviewed, and if accepted, edited and added to the next revision of the strategy guide. In the E-mail, please supply your name and E-mail address.

Please note that all submissions to the guide become property of the author (Roger Wong) and that they may or may not be acknowledged. By submitting to the guide, you grant permission for use of your submission in any future publications of the guide in any media. The author reserves the right to omit information from a submission or delete the submission entirely.

Contributions of pizza slices are also welcome, as are any comments and critiques. I'm always happy to hear from my readers.

1.5 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
Some of the information in this strategy guide comes from material provided gratis by folks on the Internet.

Thanks goes to Westwood Studios, Virgin Interactive, and PC Gamer (UK) for letting me play Red Alert a month ahead of anyone else.

I find the will which says to me, "Go on" in Mike Fay, author of the Official Guide to Command & Conquer. During the lulls, Mike's encouragement was a breeze of fresh air that filled my sails. May his own wind never fail to blow.

1.6 ACCURATE INFORMATION
An attempt has been made to make the information in this strategy guide as accurate as possible. If any information in this strategy guide is incorrect, please let me know.

If a walkthrough or tip for a certain mission doesn't work for you, you may be reading the wrong mission. To view your mission identification numbers, press ESC during the game. The mission number is displayed in the bottom right corner of the options menu.

Future updates and add-ons may render parts of this strategy guide obsolete.

2. ALLIED FORCES STRUCTURES AND UNITS

2.1 STRUCTURES

Constructing more than one facility of the same type will increase production of any units that facility can create. Two weapon factories, for instance, will produce units twice as quick as a single weapon factory. If a building is damaged by fire, there is a good chance it will burst into flames. A building sustains flame damage for as long as the fires are burning. The repair tool can be used to combat the flames.

2.1.1 Construction Yard
You need an MCV to build a construction yard. If your constantly hammered by tank fire, build a concrete wall around it.

2.1.2 Power Plant
Build a power plant as your first structure. If the power to your base drops below nominal, your buildings will take damage, and active systems like radar, Tesla coils, AA guns, and gap generators will fail. Productivity will also fall

2.1.3 Advanced Power Plant
This provides twice the power for less cost and space than two normal power plants put together. It's easier to destroy a single advanced power plant than two normal power plants, so weigh your options.

2.1.4 Ore Refinery
Build more than one ore refinery. Leave space around the ore refinery for the ore trucks to navigate. Each refinery has enough storage space for 2000 credits worth of ore.

2.1.5 Ore Silo
Each silo can hold 1500 credits worth of ore. The ore is divided equally between all your silos and refineries. If you run out of space, any ore you mine is wasted.

2.1.6 Barracks
Build a barracks after the power plant. In early stages of the game, it might be your only defense.

2.1.7 War Factory
War factories produce the vehicles you need to fight your battles. Leave space around it for vehicles to maneuver.

2.1.8 Naval Yard
Naval yards can only be built on water, and within eight squares of an existing base structure. The computer will give priority to naval yards when choosing a structure to attack.

2.1.9 Helipad
Helicopters reload and rearm from here. Each ammo rock takes two and a half seconds to reload.

2.1.10 Pillbox
These are infantry shredders, and are wonderful against engineer incursions.

2.1.11 Camouflaged Pillbox
They are tough to spot and destroy than regular pillboxes.

2.1.12 Turret
The turret is an anti-tank weapon with heavy armor. Repair them in the midst of combat.

2.1.13 AA Gun
They'll knock MiGs, bombers, spy planes, and helicopters out of the sky. The guns are heavily armored, and fire rapidly. They are most effective in groups of two or more. Deploy them several squares in front of units you wish to protect. Knock out the planes before they get to their targets, not when they are dropping bombs on them.

2.1.14 Service Depot
Build the service depot near your front lines so it doesn't take too long to get units back home to repair. It repairs aircraft just as well as vehicles, but you can not select multiple aircraft to repair like you can with vehicles. The service depot repairs 10 points of damage every time it goes 'tick'.
You can sell vehicles for half of their purchase cost by sending them to the vehicle depot and clicking on the sell icon.

2.1.15 Radar Dome
The dome will give you a radar system that shows the whereabouts of enemy units and building in explored territory.

2.1.16 Technology Center
Enables the construction of advanced buildings and vehicles. You'll get a free GPS satellite with every purchase.

2.1.17 Gap Generator
Gap generators create a shroud of darkness in a 10 square radius. Enemy radar can not penetrate it unless there are enemy units inside the gap. Even then, they can only see their immediate surroundings.

2.1.18 Chronosphere
The chronosphere can shift a unit to another location for a limited time by manipulating space. Frequent use of the chronosphere will trigger a chronal vortex that can appear at a random location on the map. It will actively seek out and destroy five units or buildings until it dissipates. The best way to dissipate a chronal vortex is to sacrifice rifle infantry to it. You have a 20 percent chance of getting a vortex every time you use the chronosphere.
Only vehicles can be chronoshifted to a new destination; living matter will spontaneously combust.

Using the chronosphere, you can send a mine layer into an ore deposit deep in enemy territory, or shift a cruiser into firing range of an enemy base. It can also be used to send an MCV to another part of the map and set up a second base.

2.1.19 Sandbags
Infantry and light vehicles can't pass through these barriers, but if they have explosive weapons like grenades or rockets, they can blast their way through. Tracked vehicles will move through sandbags at a reduced rate.

2.1.20 Concrete Wall
Not even the heaviest tanks can pass through concrete walls. Use concrete barriers to block access to the base, to protect vital structures, and to herd enemy units into chokepoint kill zones. Concrete will block line-of- sight weapons like rockets and tank rounds, but not artillery or similar ordnance.

2.1.21 Fake Structures
Mockups of your construction yard, weapons factory, radar dome, or naval yard can confuse your enemy. However, they are nowhere near as structurally sound as your real buildings.

2.2 ARMY

2.2.1 Rifle Infantry
Most useful in numbers. They can take a lot of fire from tanks and turrets before dying. They are cheap, and can be used as fodder to lure enemy tanks and soldiers into ambushes.

2.2.2 Rocket Infantry
They are excellent against both aircraft and armored vehicles. Unlike turrets or AA guns, they can be moved where they are needed most.

2.2.3 Engineer

Only structures that have over 75 percent structural damage can be taken over by an engineer. If the arrows are green, the engineer can only damage the building. When it is red, it's okay to take it over. Engineers can repair friendly structures back to full health.

2.2.4 Spy
Spies look like the enemy's own infantry. A human player will certainly be suspicious of a unit that he can not control, so some subtlety is called for in multiplayer games. They make great scouts since they can pass unmolested by enemy units, but guard dogs will sniff them out with messy results.
Spies can infiltrate various buildings and pass along a steady stream of intelligence. The information they can collect is as follows:
Barracks, weapon factory, construction yard: Find out what units the enemy is building.
Subpen: Get a sonar pulse that shows enemy subs.
Refinery, silos: Learn the financial status of your enemy.
Radar dome: Track the movement of every enemy unit, seeing what they see. In multiplayer games, you'll hear the conversations of the enemy you infiltrate
If the enemy sells a building that your spies infiltrate, your spy will emerge.

2.2.5 Thief
Sneak them into an enemy building to steal half their credits.

2.2.6 Tanya
You can only train Tanya if you are in a multiplayer game. Otherwise, she's assigned to you. If Tanya ever dies in a single player mission, your mission will fail. She can kill 3 soldiers every second.

2.2.7 Medic
A doctor heals 50 hit points at a time, but he can't heal himself.

2.2.8 Mine Layer
The best weapon against tanks is a mine layer. Mine the routes used by the enemy. The best places for mines are river crossings and narrow passes. If you mine an ore patch, an ore truck is almost guaranteed to stumble onto one.

2.2.9 Ore Truck
The ore truck is the most important unit in the game. If you destroy your enemy's ore truck, he'll starve to death, and the same also applies to you. The computer gives high priority to defending its ore trucks, but a quick, decisive strike will destroy the ore truck before reinforcements arrive.

2.2.10 Ranger
Rangers are inexpensive and fast, making them good for quickly exploring dark areas of the map.

2.2.11 APC
The APC was meant to ferry supporting troops along with tanks. Their speed and maneuverability means they can rush through many base defenses intact to unload engineers, saboteurs, and thieves.
Shove rocket infantry into an APC and escort your ore truck. If enemy airpower attacks, unload the APC to give them a nasty surprise. The speed of an APC makes it just as good for crushing personnel as it is for carrying them.

2.2.12 Light Tank
Light tanks have a high rate of fire. In the long run, it will deliver more damage in the same amount of time than a medium tank, but light tanks seldom last that long.

2.2.13 Medium Tank
The main battle tank of the Allies. It lasts a third longer in battle, and can thus squeeze off at least two more rounds than a light tank.

2.2.14 Artillery
The long range and power of their shells give artillery a role in destroying stationary base defenses and ranks of infantry, but their weak armor and slow movement make them easy targets.

2.2.15 Mobile Gap Generator
A mobile gap generator will hide nearby units under a shroud of darkness. Surprise is a paramount strength in a multiplayer game, and denying an opponent from knowing the nature of your attack will leave him with an exploitable weakness.

2.2.16 Mobile Radar Jammer
If you move a radar jammer within 15 squares of the enemy radar dome, you will shutdown his communications and radar. This interference appears as static on the radar display. Use the confusion to launch a surprise attack, or to prevent an enemy from communicating with any allies.

2.2.17 MCV
Mobile construction vehicles are necessary to build construction yards.

2.3 NAVY

2.3.1 Transport
Its high speed and armor make it very effective at charting unexplored waters. It can hold five land units of any type. If you stick your infantry into APCs before loading, you can transport 25 of them.

2.3.2 Gunboat
The gunboat is fast, and has a gun range of 5 and a half squares. Since three direct hits from a submarine will kill it, keep it moving during ASW operations. Two depth charge hits will cripple, if not destroy, a submarine.

2.3.3 Destroyer
The Stinger missiles aboard destroyers fire twice as quickly at enemy air units than land or sea targets. A destroy can attack a Tesla coil at a distance without casualty. Smart submarine commanders will attack destroyers from maximum distance.

2.3.4 Cruiser
Each shot a cruiser fires has three times the destructive power of an artillery shell. Cruisers can shoot at the water around submarines in hopes of hitting them with stray shells, but have no defenses against air targets.

2.4 AIR FORCE

2.4.1 Longbow
An empty Longbow helicopter can pick up a full load of ammo in 15 seconds. If you target an enemy helicopter, the Longbow will chase it around firing missiles. Each of its six heat-seeking missiles is equivalent to a shot from a mammoth tank, making it a good tank buster.

2.5 SPECIAL FORCES

2.5.1 GPS Satellite
Charges in eight minutes.
Provides free radar coverage for the whole theater of operations.

2.5.2 Sonar Pulse
Charges every ten minutes.
Shows the locations of all enemy submarines.

2.5.3 Chronoshift
Charges every seven minutes.
Moves any vehicle or ship from one destination to another for a duration of three minutes. Frequent use of the chronosphere will trigger a chronal vortex that can appear at a random location on the map. It will actively seek out and destroy five units or buildings until it dissipates. The best way to dissipate a chronal vortex is to sacrifice rifle infantry to it. You have a 20 percent chance of getting a vortex every time you use the chronosphere. Only vehicles can be chronoshifted to a new destination; living matter will spontaneously combust.

Using the chronosphere, you can send a mine layer into an ore deposit deep in enemy territory, or shift a cruiser into firing range of an enemy base. It can also be used to send an MCV to another part of the map and set up a second base.

3. SOVIET POWERS STRUCTURES AND UNITS

3.1 STRUCTURES

3.1.1 Construction Yard
You need an MCV to build a construction yard. If your constantly hammered by tank fire, build a concrete wall around it.

3.1.2 Power Plant
Build a power plant as your first structure. If the power to your base drops below nominal, your buildings will take damage, and active systems like radar, Tesla coils, AA guns, and gap generators will fail. Productivity will also fall

3.1.3 Advanced Power Plant
This provides twice the power for less cost and space than two normal power plants put together. It's easier to destroy a single advanced power plant than two normal power plants, so weigh your options.

3.1.4 Ore Refinery
Build more than one ore refinery. Leave space around the ore refinery for the ore trucks to navigate. Each refinery has enough storage space for 2000 credits worth of ore.

3.1.5 Ore Silo
Each silo can hold 1500 credits worth of ore. The ore is divided equally between all your silos and refineries. If you run out of space, any ore you mine is wasted.

3.1.6 Barracks
Build a barracks after the power plant. In early stages of the game, it might be your only defense.

3.1.7 Kennel
Attack dogs are trained in this facility.

3.1.8 War Factory
War factories produce the vehicles you need to fight your battles. Leave space around it for vehicles to maneuver.

3.1.9 Sub Pen
Sub pens allow you to build and repair submarines and transports. Stay on the lookout for spies. Don't let them gain a sonar pulse.

3.1.10 Airfield
Airfields are heavily armored, but the aircraft they harbor are not. Giving your enemies a free shot at your planes is a dumb thing to do, so keep them to the rear. Air crews can reload one ammo unit every two and a half seconds.

3.1.11 Helipad
Helicopters reload and rearm from here. Each ammo rock takes two and a half seconds to reload.

3.1.12 Service Depot
Build the service depot near your front lines so it doesn't take too long to get units back home to repair. It repairs aircraft just as well as vehicles, but you can not select multiple aircraft to repair like you can with vehicles. The service depot repairs 10 points of damage every time it goes 'tick'. You can sell vehicles for half of their purchase cost by sending them to the vehicle depot and clicking on the sell icon.
3.1.13 Radar Dome
The dome will give you a radar system that shows the whereabouts of enemy units and building in explored territory.

3.1.14 Technology Center
Enables the construction of advanced buildings and vehicles.

3.1.15 Flame Tower
Armored flame-throwers on steroids, this automated system launches exploding fireballs. These are great against infantry and buildings, but tend to not do more than scorch the paint of heavy tanks and vehicles. Allied rocket infantry can take them out from a distance since their rockets have greater range.

3.1.16 Tesla Coil
The Tesla coil is the best defense against enemy land and sea units. The arcing electricity will destroy a light tank outright. It takes eight seconds for the Tesla coil capacitors to recharge.

3.1.17 SAM Site
This is the only anti-aircraft structure at our disposal. Five direct hits will down an enemy chopper, and two will ruin a jet or propeller plane

3.1.18 Iron Curtain
The Iron Curtain will change the molecular structure of a unit, making it impervious to all damage. This effect lasts for 45 seconds.

3.1.19 Missile Silo
Launches atom bombs.

3.1.20 Barbed Wire Fence
Twice as strong as sandbags, but tanks and other tracked vehicles are still able to bulldoze through.

3.1.21 Concrete Wall
Not even the heaviest tanks can pass through concrete walls. Use concrete barriers to block access to the base, to protect vital structures, and to herd enemy units into chokepoint kill zones. Concrete will block line-of- sight weapons like rockets and tank rounds, but not artillery or similar ordnance.

3.2 ARMY

3.2.1 Attack Dog
They can detect spies and kill any infantry unit instantly. If dogs are needed somewhere in a hurry, command them to attack a unit near the location they are needed, and they'll run 50 percent faster.

3.2.2 Rifle Infantry
Most useful in numbers. They can take a lot of fire from tanks and turrets before dying. They are cheap, and can be used as fodder to lure enemy tanks and soldiers into ambushes.

3.2.3 Grenadier
Grenadiers explode when they die, so keep injured grenadiers away from healthy units.

3.2.4 Flame Infantry
Their flame-throwers have a wide splash area. Friendly fire isn't.

3.2.5 Engineer
Only structures that have over 75 percent structural damage can be taken over by an engineer. If the arrows are red, the engineer can only damage the building. When it is green, it's okay to take it over. Engineers can repair friendly structures back to full health.

3.2.6 Mine Layer
Anti-infantry mines are destroyed by vehicles passing over them. Use them to lay personnel mines around your sub pens or other structures prone to infiltration.

3.2.7 Ore Truck
The ore truck is the most important unit in the game. If you destroy your enemy's ore truck, he'll starve to death, and the same also applies to you. The computer gives high priority to defending its ore trucks, but a quick, decisive strike will destroy the ore truck before reinforcements arrive.

3.2.8 V2 Rocket Launcher
These rockets have a range of ten squares. Two rockets can destroy camouflaged pillboxes. Three rockets will take out turrets and AA guns. Slow units like infantry and cruisers are also easy to hit with V2 rockets. The launchers themselves are only lightly armored, so keep them out of close combat.

3.2.9 Heavy Tank
In packs of five or more, they are fearsome. The key to destroying heavy tanks is to either spread their weapons fire, or to blow them up with mines.

3.2.10 Mammoth Tank
The mammoth is armed with twin 120mm cannons, and if damaged, can self heal up to 50 percent of its hit points. It's mammoth tusk missile is effective against infantry and airplanes, but not very good against helicopters. It's a slow tank, and takes five seconds to reload. If you're trying to destroy a mammoth tank, make sure you kill the weaker tanks around it first. Mammoths are sitting ducks without their supporting units.

3.2.11 MCV
Mobile construction vehicles are necessary to build construction yards.

3.3 NAVY

3.3.1 Transport
Its high speed and armor make it very effective at charting unexplored waters. It can hold five land units of any type. If you stick your infantry into APCs before loading, you can transport 25 of them.

3.3.2 Submarine
Submarines work best in packs. They can fire at ships 9 squares away and are invisible when submerged. Submarines in guard mode will attack any ships that come into range.

3.4 AIR FORCE

3.4.1 Yak
An empty Yak fighter can reload in 40 seconds.
Yaks are good for strafing infantry and destroying light vehicles and structures. The strafing run begins one square in front of the target. The Yak will open fire and walk the bullets to the target.

3.4.2 MiG
An empty MiG can reload in eight seconds.
They are very fast, but delicate. Six MiG fighters together will destroy any structure or unit in the game.

3.4.3 Hind
An empty Hind chopper can reload in 30 seconds.
Hind choppers carry the same chaingun as the Yak, but instead of walking their fire, they hover over a fixed vantage point.

3.4.4 Chinook
Transport helicopters only appear in multiplayer games. A transport helicopter can carry five infantry units.

3.5 SPECIAL FORCES

3.5.1 Iron Curtain
Charges every 11 minutes.
Renders a unit or structure invulnerable for 45 seconds.

3.5.2 Nuke
Charges every 13 minutes.
The atomic warhead does widespread damage at ground zero. Big and unprotected targets like buildings get vaporized, but because armored units are low to the ground, airtight, made of metal, and very heavily protected, they are much less vulnerable to the effects.

3.5.3 Parabomb
Charges every 14 minutes.
Parabombs are really inaccurate, and unless your target is fairly large, you can forget about scoring any direct hits. Each time you drop parabombs, the plane will arrive from a different direction, making it almost impossible to predict the path of destruction. Each of the five bomblets has the explosive power of two artillery shells.

3.5.4 Paratrooper
Charges every seven minutes.
You can drop paratroopers anywhere on the map, even in place you've not yet explored. Use paratroopers to scout a distant area of map, or to destroy power plants and other critical buildings in an unprotected area of an enemy camp.

3.5.5 Spy Plane
Charges every three minutes.
The spy plane can take a lot of AA damage, so don't be afraid to send it downtown. You can use it to spot enemy air defenses by using it this way.

4. FIELD OPERATIONS COMBAT MANUAL

4.1 FIGHTING ON LAND

4.1.1 Center of Gravity
An enemy's center of gravity is the thing which, when removed from the equation, paralyzes his forces. It's not his source of strength, but his critical vulnerability.
What is the enemy's center of gravity? It's not his mammoth tank or cruiser. Sure, they are powerful units, but even if you destroy them, the enemy can still fight, and the enemy can still win.
The center of gravity is the enemy ore facility. Without ore there is no money. Without money, there is no further construction, and no more units. Without ore, the enemy is paralyzed.

4.1.2 Combat Tactics
The computer doesn't know to retreat when up against superior forces, and will always fight to the death. Use this to force the computer into committing forces to battles it can not possibly win.

4.1.3 Concentrated Firepower
Always bring your firepower to bear on a single unit at a time. Concentrate your fire on enemy units that are easy to kill, but have the strongest weapons. For every enemy unit knocked out, your own units will take less damage.
If faced with three heavies and a mammoth, destroy the three heavies before tackling the mammoth. If you were to concentrate on the mammoth, the three heavies would pummel your forces by the time the mammoth died. By leaving the mammoth for last, you take less damage.

4.1.4 Scatter!
You can scatter your units with the 'x' key while they are attacking. Moving targets are more difficult to hit by the enemy, and suffer no disadvantage in return.

4.2 AIRPOWER

4.2.1 Offense
Airpower is best used to remove targets of opportunity that can't fire back.
4.2.2 Defense
Place anti-aircraft defenses well forward of whatever it is you are protecting. Enemy aircraft launch their weapons from a distance, and you in turn want to knock them out before they release their payload.

4.3 NAVAL WARFARE

4.3.1 The Wolfpack
Submarines work best in packs of five or more. Allied ships can only concentrate on one boat at a time. If you can put five torpedoes into a ship, your submarines won't take much damage.

4.3.2 Antisubmarine Warfare
To do massive damage to submarine forces, you need to get your ships close to them. Submarines can't shoot through each other, so getting close will hamper their efforts at concentrated fire.
If you're hunting for subs, fire area effect weapons into random points in the water. If you damage the sub even the tiniest amount, it will surface. Smuggle a spy into the sub pen and use the sonar pulse. You can also use some of the techniques described in chapter five.

4.3.3 Obstacles
If a bridge is in your way, and you need to get to the other side, destroy the bridge. You'll need to destroy two sections to make a big enough gap to squeeze through.

4.4 LOGISTICAL SUPPORT

4.4.1 Economics
When ore is tight, micromanage your ore trucks. Gather ore in diagonal strips, leaving a checkerboard pattern. This pattern will ensure quick regeneration of the ore field.
Each truck holds 28 bales of ore. One bale of gem is worth 50 credits, while a bale of gold is worth 25. Gather the gems first, because gems don't regenerate. It's a good idea to build one ore refinery for every major patch of ore.

4.4.2 Minefields
I present to you the following ways to spot mines:
Run over one. Not recommended.
Observe and remember where the mine layers lay their mines, and destroy them with weapons fire.
Actively sweep the territory in front of you with weapons fire. V2 rocket launchers make the best mine busters, followed closely by grenadiers and artillery shells.
If a mine layer drops a mine in an ore field, you can't destroy it even if you know exactly where it is. Make hunting mine layers your new hobby.

4.4.3 Undocumented commands
The 'f' key will put a group of units into formation mode. This doesn't mean that they'll march in formation, but that they'll get back into their original formation at the end of their journey.

The 'q' key will let you assign waypoints. If you give a unit movement commands while you hold down the 'q' key, it will follow them in the order you give them. Unfortunately, you can not terminate your waypoints with a command to attack.

Other keys:

'n' - next unit
'b' - back one unit
't' - select repair mode
'y' - select sell mode
'u' - cycle through radar modes

5. QUIRKS, CHEATS & HIDDEN SURPISES

5.1 THE CHEAT KEYS
There are no cheat keys.

5.2 EDITING THE RULES.INI
The RULES.INI is a text file embedded within the redalert.mix in your Red Alert game directory. It contains editable parameters for just about every aspect of the game. By placing an edited RULES.INI file in your game directory, you can override the default settings with your own. This will let you change the price of units, their firing rate, their speed, the time it takes nuclear missiles to recharge, and other variables.
To extract the RULES.INI file, load redalert.mix into Windows 95 Wordpad. Search for the string RULES.INI, and cut and paste everything from the line "RULES.INI" to the last line, "Rate=.1" into a new document. Save this new document as RULES.INI and place it into your game directory. Be careful that you do not accidentally overwrite your original redalert.mix file, or you may have to reinstall Red Alert.
It is impossible to play a multiplayer game unless everyone uses identically modified (or non-modified) RULES.INI files.

5.3 QUIRKS
5.3.1 Ore silos
Ore silos aren't necessary. When you start constructing a building, the ore stored in your refineries are converted cash. If you cancel your construction order, the money is returned as cash, and not converted back to ore.

5.3.2 Multiple weapons factories
In the previous version of the strategy guide, we wrote that switching primary buildings when finishing construction would give you two vehicles for the price of one.
If you don't know it by now, this was false information fed to us by evil secret agents working for the other side. We've shot all the spies, and we hope something like this never happens again. We apologize for this serious breach of national security.

5.3.3 Minefields
If you suspect mines around your construction site, build a building, but don't place it. Sweep the white placement marker around the buildings. If a square within the white marker turns red and you can't see a visible obstacle, there is a mine underneath.

5.3.4 Finding submarines
Select a gunboat or destroyer, and move your movement cursor into the radar map. Slowly sweep across the radar map with the cursor. If the cursor changes to the red attack cursor, there is a submarine there. Select a transport and hold down the CTRL key as you sweep your movement cursor over water. If it suddenly turns into a "I can't move there" cursor, there is a submarine at that spot.

5.3.5 Deny transports a beachhead
Place tanks on the shoreline where enemy transports try to land. The transports will never unload.

5.3.6 Prevent the computer from rebuilding
Place a unit on top of a spot that once contained the turret or building you do not want the enemy to rebuild.

5.3.7 Inaccurate cruiser fire
Long range cruiser fire will overshoot their intended targets. To correct your gunners' aim, manually target a square short of your intended target. If it's still long, bring the target closer to the cruiser. If it's short, fire a little closer at the building.

5.3.8 Cruisers versus submarines
Cruisers can't target submarines directly, but they can target the empty water next to submarines. Submarines will still take damage from near misses. If your cruiser is far enough away, you might even miss the patch of water you targeted and score a direct hit on a sub.

5.3.9 Allying with the enemy
The computer player will ignore attacks from players it is allied with.

5.3.10 Country bonuses
England has thinner, not thicker armor. France has a slower, not faster rate of fire. These are arithmetic errors that are present in the original version of Red Alert (v1.04).

5.4 EASTER EGGS

5.4.1 Morse code in the manual
Lines of Morse code dot the bottom of your manual pages. Converted into letters, they read the following:

MESSAGE COM ALLIED HQS
DECODE CRYPTO NORMAL
RED EAGLE PASSES HAWK
Red alert! Red alert! Soviet forces in sector seven building runways.
Assault units dispatch ASAP.

MESSAGE COM HQS SEVEN
DECODE CRYPTO
VULTURE SNACKS
Allies lose Verdun. Forces destroyed. Dispatch troops ASAP. Retrieve Tanya.
Critical movements spotted NWSAHX. Nuclear warheads destined to Washington
delayed. Strike AX Zulu, advise ETA.

DETAILED CINPAC COM
PRIORITY INCOME
Investigate sudden death of fourteen allies. Toxic tests show formic acid levels.

TO CINPAC COM
PRIORITY SEVEN OUT GO
Formic acid complaint accurate. Also find crushed vertebrae and slashes on
head and face, and two thousand headless. No bleeding. Respond.

TO CINPAC COM
Say again? Formic acid?

Roger that.
What is it?

The acid ants use.
For what purpose?

Killing, neutralizing. Describe slash marks.
Like big knives. Checking. Twelve inch marks on headless. Some marks, some acid ... do you hear humming?

Negative humming. Do you spot small hills?
Affirmative. Not on map.

How far your location?
Six clicks.

Investigate now.
Looking for what?

Giant ants.
Like some sci-fi flick!

Serious. All areas.
Giant ants?

Roger that.
Use Raid.

No joke! Ants ten feet high.
What's humming mean?

Ant radar. Watch out.
I hear some now!

Get out of there! Respond! Get out of there!
DISPATCH ENDS

ACTION IGNORE RESPOND
IGNORE USE DEEP COVER
Ants that big never happened. System Alert. Sectors report now!
Alpha sector negative.
Charlie sector negative.
Bravo sector none.

Delta sector? Delta sector, report. All sectors, tune Delta.
Confirm deaths! Red Alert! Red Alert! Giant ants spotted!

Identify sector!
Echo sector!

Number, size?
Maybe one hundred, red, huge!

Fire at will!
Targeting fire ... Oh, God! I can't ...

Come in, Echo sector! Come in, Echo sector!
ECHO SECTOR DEAD

6. ALLIED MISSIONS

6.1 SCG01EA
Shoot the infantry who charge your position. When Tanya makes an airdrop, kill all the infantry with her that you can. Set a C4 charge on one of the power plants. If you shoot the infantry surrounding the tech center, Einstein will emerge. Direct him to the helicopter and you're outta here.

6.2 SCG02EA
Move packs of infantry to the south, south west, and north-west of your construction yard to defend against enemy troops. You get reinforcements each time you construct a major building. The kind of base you build is important, because you have to use the base you build now in a future mission. Build two pillboxes up by the ore field in the north, and another two pillboxes in the south and west of your base.
Group your vehicles together and follow the road south. Use concentrated fire in killing the opposition, and kill the grenadiers first. You'll find the enemy ore truck in the south west corner. If you destroy it, the enemy won't have enough money to make any more reinforcements.
Move your pack of Jeeps into the enemy base. Kill the grenadiers, infantry, and dogs then get back on the road and continue your trek north to kill the units guarding the pass. Afterwards, go back to the enemy base and destroy the buildings. Your convoy will automatically arrive when all of the opposition is killed or destroyed.

6.3 SCG03EA
Immediately tell the medic being shot to move north. Send Tanya down to kill the enemy soldier attacking him, then shoot any soldiers trying to kill Tanya. Tanya will never fire a weapon in defense of herself, but as long as you keep squeezing her trigger finger, she'll keep firing. Heal her with the medic if she's damaged.
Move to the west, and curve south, shooting the enemy along the way. If you can land an artillery shell on the transport that drops off the troops, you can wipe them out en masse. Keep trekking southwards until you get to the enemy base. Let Tanya pick off the soldiers one by one as your artillery pounds the flame turret. This base here is not your objective, so you just want to kill all the enemy infantry.
Move east around the base, and swing northwards. Shoot any barrels you see. A V2 rocket launcher will take a pot-shot at you, but probably miss. Shoot the barrels nearby to take it out.
Take out the first bridge. There are enemy soldiers hiding behind the trees, so proceed carefully. Shoot the barrels by the bridge at the top of the screen and you'll destroy it. If Tanya gets herself stuck on an island, your artillery unit can destroy any bridges that remain.

6.4 SCG04EA
This mission takes place on the same map as your second mission, and you'll start out with whatever units and structures you had leftover from that mission.
Constructing a radar dome will give you a better picture of what's going on. Put up a weapons factory. You're going to churn out at least a dozen light tanks. There's a pass up north you should mine heavily. The enemy has air support. If you place rocket infantry to the north-west of the buildings they are strafing, you'll take them down.
Send you horde of light tanks to the top of the screen where the Soviet's are gather ore. If you can take out the ore truck with shots fired from below the plateau, do so. If not, you'll have to swing around the corner, past their base and get right into their ore deposit to take out that ore truck. If you don't kill this ore truck, the Soviets will keep throwing their armor at you.
You've got a dozen tanks in this field of ore. After the ore truck is dead, shoot at the attacking tanks using the focused fire tactic, and squish the infantrymen. Then destroy the refinery, and the flame turrets. Send your jeeps up to the enemy base to help kill the infantry. Enemy resistance from this point on is minimal, and you won't have difficulty mopping up.

6.5 SCG05EA
To get the spy past the guard dogs, you need patience. The patrols will change position every so often, and you'll need to observe them for a minute before you make your move. Get the spy into the weapons factory, and you'll hijack a truck. The truck will drop you off by the prison compound. Get the spy into the prison to release Tanya. Tanya has to take out all the SAM sites before her rescue chopper can come in. Take out the two SAM sites on the peninsula, then run upwards into the base compound. Kill the soldiers who are in your way. While you're in the base compound, demolish the airfields and shoot any barrels you find. When all four SAM sites are gone, the chopper will pick Tanya up.
You'll get some reinforcements at the top of the map. You want to use your engineers to capture the construction yard, weapons factory, and barracks. Remember that engineers can only capture buildings that are down to 25 percent health. Once you have a refinery going, crank out some tanks. Wait until you've built up enough tanks to deal with the enemy's reinforcements before you attack the enemy ore truck, but don't wait too long.
Construct V2 rocket launchers to take out enemy base defenses from a safe distance. Allowed to pass unmolested, your tanks will wreck havoc upon the enemy. Kill everyone and everything. The mission won't end if you let anyone live.

6.6 SCG06EA
Deploy your MCV where it lands. Get a power plant and barracks up straight away, followed by a refinery. The enemy will send troops and tanks from the south. Your only anti-tank weapons at this time are your rocket infantry. Build a pillbox to act as sponge for enemy fire while your rifle and rocket units work on the enemy units themselves. Your rocket units will also handle any enemy aircraft that try to strafe your base.
Crank out some medium tanks and attack the base in the south. Capture the barracks with an engineer, and infiltrate the radar dome with a spy. Now you can see what the enemy is doing. Build a naval yard by the barracks you captured.
Block your coastline with tanks to prevent the enemy from landing troops on your island. Get a spy into the enemy subpen, and get another one into one of the tech centers. It's easiest if you land them on the craggy piece of land that juts out before their Tesla coil.
The next stage of the mission is destroying all enemy units and buildings. Land 30 medium tanks in the north and slowly work your way down, destroying all the enemy units. The computer will sell all the buildings at the last moment, and a horde of tanks and V2 launchers will erupt from the south.

6.7 SCG07EA
A combat situation arises immediately. Kill those troopers with your jeep and tanks. Deploy the MCV, and set up your base. Scout the ore fields to the east and south with the jeep. Build a pillbox to help kill enemy troopers. Build another refinery. Make some medium tanks.
Build rocket infantry to combat enemy airpower. Put a permanent AA gun in the north of your base. Also put rocket infantry where the ore truck travels so you can shoot down marauding MiGs.
Your first objective is to capture the radar dome in the south. A handful of tanks and an engineer will do it. You can sell the radar dome after it's been captured.
The key to finishing the second objective is to destroy the enemy ore trucks and starve your opponent of cash. The only way to do this is to use your minelayers to lay thick fields of mines. Once the ore trucks are gone, you can mass as big a force as you want to destroy the enemy subpens.

6.8 SCG08EA
Move the two destroyers by your power stations. Train five rocket infantry. You need to get your MCV into the base where your construction yard will be better protected, and where you can put your mine layers to good use. Clear the pass of enemy tanks using focused fire, and move all your remaining vehicles into the base.
Plop the construction yard down somewhere inside. Replace the destroyed advanced power plant. Stick an AA Gun in a corner. Lay solid minefields on the road outside your northern entrance and in the pass that faces your easternmost entrance. Construct a camouflaged pillbox next to one of the northern turrets.
Build several light tanks, and line the open areas of coastline with them to block the enemy from landing ground forces. Keep those minelayers busy replacing detonated mines!

6.9 SCG09EA
Build the base by the ore deposit to the east. Build fifteen rocket infantry, and place them in groups of five by the north shore. Build light tanks, and block the beaches the enemy uses for its invasion attempts.
Put a spy and an APC into a transport, and carry the them to the top- right corner of the screen. Land the spy on the beach, and move him across the bridge, into the enemy base. Once there, inter the headquarters building, and free the defector, Kosygin.
A bunch of dogs will appear. Keep Kosygin north of the headquarters building for now, and wait for all the dogs to "settle". Land the APC, and command it to run over the dog that parked itself by the top Tesla coil. With the dog gone, Kosygin can safely pass by the buildings, run over the bridge, and get to the transport. Your mission ends once you transport him back to your base.

6.10 SCG10EA
Deploy the MCV in the protected area to the east. Scout with your light tanks and run away from superior forces. The enemy armor is too strong for you to defeat, so don't plan on too many tank battles. Build a tech center to see where everything is. Observe the enemy ore trucks, and mine what ore deposits you can. If the ore trucks are gathering ore from a field behind enemy lines, build five helipads and go after those ore trucks. It will take two sorties to destroy each truck.
Without ore trucks, the enemy will leave you be. Concentrate on gathering ore and building a massive horde of medium tanks. Pick off what units you can from the air. The enemy infantry is only an annoyance, and annoyances are quickly cleared with a couple pillboxes. Build rocket infantry for air defense, and place two AA guns in the northern part of your base.
Focus your fire on the nearby Tesla coils before attacking the tanks. When you've destroyed a large portion of the base, Stalin will launch the missiles. Run a group of engineers up to the control center in an APC and capture it.

6.11 SCG10EB
You are deep inside the control center, the clock is ticking, and you have very limited resources. Move your units south until you hit the mammoth tanks. Send your spy south towards the "exit", and Tanya will appear. With Tanya as your point, explore the passages.
Take Tanya and an engineer north and east. Kill the soldiers, disable the first control center. Go west, and do the same to the second control center. Head north until you see the flame turret. Heal Tanya to full health, then set a demolition charge on the flame turret. Heal Tanya again, afterwards.
North of the flame turret is the third control center. Disable it with an engineer, and head all the way east and north, and disable the final control center.

6.12 SCG11EA
At the start you'll have two MCVs. Deploy both of them. Get your base up and running, and build two refineries early on. Explore with one of your light tanks. There's a mammoth tank patrol to the east and north Make note of their resting locations, and mine them. Get a tech center up to see where the enemy ore truck is. Build six helipads and destroy the ore truck. Use rocket infantry as anti-aircraft batteries.
Assault the base with a task force of medium tanks. Don't destroy the subpen; infiltrate it with a spy since we need a sonar pulse. Capture the construction yard and weapons factory. The enemy base on the other side of the river will start construction. Destroy their ore trucks with your helicopters.
Make some V2 rocket launchers to take out the Tesla coils on the island. Break a whole in the concrete wall on the coastal side of the base, and send your tanks through to the northern section of your land mass and destroy the power stations. Create a naval yard and make a transport. If submarines attack the naval yard, destroy them with V2 rocket launchers and helicopters. Land V2 rocket launchers on the Tesla coil island and get rid of the SAM sites.
Fire the sonar pulse. The V2 rocket launcher should take out some of the submarines nearby. To get the others, use your transport as a decoy to make the subs surface, and blast them from the sky with helicopters.
Friendly naval power will arrive and if you've destroyed all the subs, your mission will be accomplished.

6.13 SCG12EA
Deploy the MCV near where you land. Stick a camo pillbox as far to the north-east of your base as you can. Use the jeep to scout to the east. When you see the mammoth tank, turn around. Scout east, and north, shooting any dogs you come across. Retreat at the first sign of enemy armor.
A mammoth tank will move towards your base, followed by a civilian. Shoot the civilian before it drops a signal flare. The mammoth tank will go invulnerable, and try to attack your ore trucks. Drive the trucks around in circles until the invulnerability wears off, and then kill the mammoth with your medium and light tanks.
Expand your base, and put camo pillboxes in your extreme corners. Push the spy north through the center, and follow the river crossing east past the Tesla coil into the enemy base. Follow the coastline and infiltrate the enemy subpen.
When your GPS satellite goes up, you'll see two bases, one on the left, and one on the right. The base on the right has an ore truck that is using a northern ore deposit. Send six Longbow helicopters after the ore truck and destroy it.
Mine the road that leads through the village. The enemy will almost always use roads, and if you can kill those mammoth tanks with mines before it has a chance to go invulnerable, more power to you.
Now, the base on the left side will start ore refining. To avoid the SAM fire when attacking the trucks, send your helicopters to a place near the west edge of the map before commanding them to attack. With those ore trucks out of action, the computer will stop building things, and you can finish the mission by sniping at your targets with helicopters to weaken their base defenses so you can roll in your engineer-laden APCs and tanks.

6.14 SCG13EA
Your top units are Group A, and your bottom units are Group B. Move Group A engineers to the control panel to destroy a flame turret. Move Group B to the east, and kill everyone there. Move Group B further east, and use the control panel to destroy the northern turret.
Move Group A east past the tanks. If you have trouble killing the enemy infantry, remember to group your riflemen in groups of five. Follow the riflemen with the medic, and heal the soldiers while they fight. Let the enemy come to you; riflemen can't shoot on the move. Go north through the passageway; the first generator is here. Head back out and east, where there's another turret control panel to disable.
Backtrack a bit with Group B, and advance south. There's a grenadier at the generator controls. Rush him with rifle infantry. When your engineer sets a charge on the generator, you'll get some more rifle infantry as reinforcements. Move Group B east until you hit another room with a generator. Set a charge on this one, and continue east until you reach big room with flame turrets and several control panels.
The center control panel takes out the north-west turret. The north- west panel takes out the center turret. With good timing, you can send a single engineer to do both of these without getting hurt. The south-west panel is a generator, but you can't get to it safely just yet. Instead, move Group B up to Group A, and make a new team consisting of five rifle infantry, two doctors, and one engineer.
Move the team east to another generator, then south and west. You'll be back at the central hub. Kill all the infantry now that you have two medics helping out with the healing. Head south. A very small computer is in the west wall. Place an engineer here to activate the turret control. Head west from the V2 room, and kill the flame thrower and the dog by shooting the barrels. Two control panels on the wall disable turrets, and the one in the room to the west itself is another generator. There are two generators left in the central hub. Disable both of them. If the flame turrets are still up, don't worry. The engineers will get to the control panels before dying. Take the lower right passage. Move all your units inside. Move your spy into the room with all the units. Something strange will happen! All the bad guys will ignore your men and run out of the room! Move your engineers east, and reprogram the last generator computer.

6.15 SCG14EA
Move Tanya and the thieves down to protect them from the barrel explosion, then move them up to protect them from the other barrel explosion. Shoot all the infantry while you move west. When you hit the coast, move north into the base. Destroy the small power stations. Shoot at the delivery van with Tanya's pistol. If it runs away, go back south the way you came and cut it off and the river crossing. Shoot at it some more, and it will explode, revealing a crate full of money.
Don't pick it up yet. Go back up, and destroy the large power plants. Move the thieves into the ore silos and steal their money. Reinforcements will arrive. Deploy the MCV where you see the signal flare. Like in the previous missions, the Soviets will send invulnerable mammoth tanks at you. These tanks travel in a predictable path to get t



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