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Seeing the Elephant


Lightning Strike (Soviet Assault only)
Beyond the Iron Curtain

Deep Strike
Part of World in Conflict campaign
WiC Prelude 07 Pict 01

August 1989


Near Marseille, France

Flag NATO NATO Ussr flag Soviet Union
Usa flag Jeremiah Sawyer
Flag France Jean-Baptiste Sabatier
Usa flag Mark Bannon
Usa flag Parker
Ussr flag Unknown Soviet commander(s)

WiC NATO Icon Small NATO



Deep Strike is the seventh mission of World in Conflict.


The combat team lead by Colonel Sawyer has been tasked with striking at the headquarters of the entire Soviet division before the final phase of the offensive begins. Recapture the town, fight your way to the top of the hill and deliver a crippling blow to the Soviet occupation force by destroying that HQ.


WiC Medal Campaign Primary 07 Armed Forces Expeditionary Ribbon
Awarded for meritorious conduct in combat operations on foreign soil against the Soviet Union.
WiC Medal Campaign Secondary 07 Legion of Merit
Awarded for exceptionally meritorious conduct during the NATO offensive against the Soviet Union in Southern France. Despite personal risk of life you acted with merit while completing the final assault on the Soviet divisional command post.
WiC Medal Campaign Extra 1 French Campaign Ribbon
Awarded for the successful conclusion of combat operations aimed to end the Soviet occupation of Southern France.

See alsoEdit

Campaign missions of World in Conflict and Soviet Assault
World in Conflict, Soviet Assault Liberation! · Invasion! · Reunion · Harvest · Battle for Pine Valley · Into the Mountains · Insurgents · Last Stand · Seeing the Elephant · Deep Strike · Lightning Strike · Beyond the Iron Curtain · Lair of the Bear · For the Motherland · Liberty Lost · Aftermath · Once More unto the Breach · Fratricide · Before the Storm · One Last Fight
Items in italics are missions exclusive to Soviet Assault