by Richard Sheffield
The Stealth Pilot Papers
I've always found it's easier to show someone how to do something than it is to tell them. That certainly holds true about computer games. A lot of ideas seem to be very abstract until you see them used in a certain situation in the context of the game. With that in mind, I set up the following pages with the idea that if you saw how some of the concepts discussed earlier were actually used, they might be easier to remember.
So strap yourself into the back seat of an F-19 and fly along with ace Stealth Fighter pilot, Captain John “the Judge” Marshall. Watch over his shoulder as he takes you on three hair-raising missions over Libya, the Persian Gulf, and the Soviet Kola Peninsula, Pay attention and you'll see how some of the concepts we saw earlier are put into practice. If you're entertained in the process, so much the better.