Okay played from the Eritrean Side. The objective from my side is to defend the locals in Hanish by providing defense, landing amphib force and preventing a Yemeni counterlanding.
Initial actions composed of air to air engagements. Had some real nice Flanker vs. Fulcrum and Fulcrum vs. Fulcrum engagements. I came out ahead but lost 1 Flanker to a Fulcrum.
First naval action appeared in the South with a Styx missile strike on my southern most airbase (hosting Hinds and other more peaceful helicopters). Attack was a bit nerve wrenching as I realized that my naval forces enroute to Hanish would be clearly out classed (I had no modern missile armed combatants!).
Action continued up North once again with a few raids. Concurrently I had planned some strikes on the Yemeni SAG with helo's and fixed wing aircraft from the North. I clearly mismanaged as my MB's where ambushed enroute by Mig-23's and 4 destroyed. Miffed at my own stupidity I reassigned my Hinds on a one bird to one ship basis. This would be my saving grace as I was able to destroy all but one missile armed combatatants.
The war of attrition continued with my fighters scoring several major hits (C-130 Hercules: lots of paratroopers). I also lost a small patrol vessel to a Yemeni strike. My airpower was getting very limited (a realistic model of these two nations) and I began to get desperate. The one remaining Yemeni missile armed vessel could be in range of my amphibs long before any of my aircraft where ready. I reassigned some fighters and straffed the combatant several times which ended the Yemeni advantage. This took maybe 8 passes between 4 different fighters.
Final action was both groups on either side of the island in position to land. Fortunately my now loaded Hinds destoyed the one Yemeni amphib and one supply vessel. I was then able to reassign my patrol vessels to move around the island and destroy the remaining vessel. Moving them back in position around my amphib I won the scenario.