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F-22 Lightning 3 includes a long campaign mode with approximately forty missions taking place over six arenas. The missions are quick and exciting, with most requiring you to take out a mix of ground and air objectives. You have pre-determined locations downloaded into your plane's computer, so all you have to do is switch NAV points, engage the autopilot, and you're off to your next objective. There's also a number of quick missions (4 training missions or 18 combat sorties) where you can hone your skills before jumping into the full campaign.




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Once you get the controls down it is time for some action in either the quick missions, a campaign, or over the Internet. As mentioned above the early quick missions teach players the basics but as you continue through them they become standard single missions that can be played in any order. The quick missions are just as good as any mission found in the campaign mode; they are simply there for users who do not want to play through a full campaign. Campaigns are divided up with each one taking place in an individual country. When you begin a campaign you get to name yourself and eventually earn points and awards. Statistics are tracked for each pilot, such as craft lost and number of enemy kills. In total there are 46 missions in Campaign mode.


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Just count the number of seconds that pass between a flash of lightning and the crack of thunder that follows it, then divide that number by five. The resulting number will tell you how many miles away you are from where lightning just struck.


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