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by ilkhan
Mar 15 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Will the US become theocratic??
Replies: 10
Views: 2812

Many Secularists believe either secrately or even openly that the Constitution is outdated. And Religious Christians tend to believe in the constitution strongly. That is where a true civil war would happen.
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Unit groups/hierarchy/regiments or whatever you want to call
Replies: 16
Views: 3835

Wow, man thanks just sent it in :smile:
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: open beta started
Replies: 16
Views: 3397

No beta for me yet :smile:
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Unit groups/hierarchy/regiments or whatever you want to call
Replies: 16
Views: 3835

Ack!! I can't find that thread you were talking about what do I do??
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Unit groups/hierarchy/regiments or whatever you want to call
Replies: 16
Views: 3835

Yeah I even tryed doing it agien to make sure. Then I E-Mailed the webmaster, after it said my E-Mail was already in use, to see If he got it and he said he did.
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: Scenarios
Topic: Current Scenario Development
Replies: 43
Views: 10165

Timber would have to be replaced with other materials like steel or polymers.

Does Coal even form underwater?? I guess it might.
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Mods
Replies: 6
Views: 1921

Heres a MOD idea; Supreme Ruler 2210. Break the world map into 20 or 30 pieces of about equil populations and economic power. With all the same sets of equipment in about the same numbers. And go from there you would have Hover tanks, Powered Armor Infintry, Plasma artillary, fast assault craft, or ...
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: Scenarios
Topic: Current Scenario Development
Replies: 43
Views: 10165

An all navel one. Like in that show Seaquest (I know it was lame but bare with me). In Seaquest you had major citys and resourcing undersea. I could see several totaly under water nations being born in the somewhat near future. Somewhat near like probably in this Geologic epok. You would need to dev...
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: Diplomacy - State Department
Topic: Draw borders with peace
Replies: 28
Views: 7605

The US should have just annexed Canada its not like they would really notice. Do we even guard our borders anymore besides "do you have any fruits or Vegitables?" But I guess Canada is safe...... until we run out of wood. Well I guess they would notice the first time they needed their Heart medicine...
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Generals
Replies: 12
Views: 2499

Battalion leaders should be a Major, Lt.s are platoon commanders. The most dangerous thing on the battfield is a 2nd Lt. with a compass.
by ilkhan
Mar 13 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Unit groups/hierarchy/regiments or whatever you want to call
Replies: 16
Views: 3835

I was wondering If you were gonna come back. "Remain in formation button" Why its so simple a child could do it!! thanks Balthagor that is all we really need regiments, naming all that is really just fluff all I wanted to do was keep my tank and inf units with my Battlefield AA guns while on the mov...
by ilkhan
Mar 12 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The "Cutting Room" floor...
Replies: 88
Views: 14892

That would work, anything at this point. battalion level is so micro for a major county. when you add up all the Armor, Inf, AA, Arti, engineer, supply trucks, anti-tank, recon, God knows what else is on the ground alone, not to even mention Air forces and the Navy. I'm scared hold me....
by ilkhan
Mar 12 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Length of Service
Replies: 0
Views: 851

I know there is a manpower pool that is based on how many people are availible for the military. Based off conscription (age 14-21 I guess) and male/female recruitment. but how long do they stay in this list. 2 years is about the norm for conscription 18 months in some places and 3 years for things ...
by ilkhan
Mar 12 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The "Cutting Room" floor...
Replies: 88
Views: 14892

Your right but it matters little to this line of discussion. Anyways, I never ment to get into a unit orginization discussion. The point is some sort of grouping system needs to be in place. I just don't think 10 groups is gonna cut it(the Ctrl 0-9 units). Just my opinion. But could some of the beta...
by ilkhan
Mar 11 2004
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: The "Cutting Room" floor...
Replies: 88
Views: 14892

It seems that the American Doctrain is so flexable it is nearly imposable to pin down exactly what a Brigade actually incompasses anymore. It is true that the term Regiment and brigade are often interchangable. But aside from American Armored Cavalry Regiments the only regiments left in the west are...

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