Welcome to Military Simulations Inc., the leader in professional combat simulations for personal computers. Our first product, "Back To Baghdad - The Ultimate Desert Storm Simulation" is the most accurate representation of the F-16C Block 50 aircraft ever experienced on a PC.

Computer Life Magazine says "The detail in Back To Baghdad is groundbreaking. In the cockpit, the F-16's targeting and radar systems are so precisely simulated it makes you wonder if Military Simulations breached security to create them." Well, Uncle Sam isn't knocking at our door... yet.

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  The New and Improved Back to Baghdad User's manual is now available for 0.00+SH to registered users. Please see our Products Section.

  The "3-1 Tactics Manual" is now available for 12.95+SH. Please see our Products Section.

  New Patch to update Back To Baghdad to Version 1.03 is available. Available 10/07/96. Supercedes all previous patches.

  New Playable Demo of Back To Baghdad is available.

  More information on controls and avionics in Back To Baghdad can now be found in the Supplemental Online Manual on the Technical Support Page.

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