|Heavy air support|
NATO heavy air support aided by artillery
|Faction|| United States |
|Deployment time||15 seconds|
|Recharge time||30 seconds|
Heavy air support is a tactical aid that calls in three waves of planes to destroy enemy vehicles in the target area. Heavy air support does not affect infantry, and will not target friendly units. Each air-to-ground strike can destroy up to four enemy targets.
Several waves of aircraft enter the specified area, using guided missiles to engage all enemy ground vehicles and helicopters in range while leaving friendly units alone. New waves arrive long enough for the Tactical Aid to have a suppressive effect, giving friendly units freedom to act in the area.
- United States: A-10 Thunderbolt II and F-16C Fighting Falcon, callsign Phoenix
- Soviet Union: Su-25 Frogfoot and MiG-23B Flogger-F, callsign Skorpion
- NATO: Harrier GR.3 and Mirage 2000, callsign Sovereign
|Tactical aids of World in Conflict|