With its ability to make vertical takeoffs, the U.S. Marine Corps' AV-8B (or the RAF's Harrier Gr. 7, for you anglophiles), otherwise known as the Jump Jet, was one of the few novel aircraft in need of a flight simulator. MicroProse, proving that it is incapable of ignoring a piece of military hardware, will therefore soon release Jump Jet.
Jump Jet will take pilots to Hong Kong, the Falklands and Nordkapp in hypothetical campaigns designed to simulate military encounters that just might need one of the few airplanes that not only can land like a helicopter but can even fly backward over short distances.
Jump Jet also features one of the most accessible flight manuals around, with all of the technical detail military historians demand and an idiot-proof illustrated guide through all of the game's technical aspects.