Awesome!Regarding the terrain, correct!, not a single forest was added to the scenario. Some pictures of the desolated landscape:
Hm, maybe a few more swamp terrains could do? As I read the British marines had a hard time crossing the terrain due to the frequent bogs all over the island?
I like this historical approach, the Harriers indeed only operated from the carriers. But making the Atlantic Conveyor an additional auxiliary carrier is a good idea. I guess it makes the multiplayer version even more exciting as there will be a real hunt for the British carriers, as it was historically. Sinking just one of them may turn the tide. Actually the sinking of the Atlantic Conveyor made the job of the British task force so much harder as most of the Chinooks and several other helicopters went down with it which forced them to change their original plan as they intended to use those helis to move the marines around. Without them the British soldiers had to yomp which made everything much more difficult.But there will be no deployable airfield for the British, they have to rely (as it was historically) on the aircraft carriers, they are the heart of the task force and they should be the main target of the Argentinian planes.