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by Draken
Oct 01 2004
Forum: Off Topic Comments
Topic: People's Tactics
Replies: 0
Views: 1153

People's Tactics

I found this in wargamer.com: http://www.peoplestactics.com GAME FEATURES: Hotseat or PBEM for up to 10 players (human or AI); Diverse gameplay featuring campaigns, individual scenarios and a random mission generator; Command ground, sea and air forces, each utilizing highly customizable orders of b...
by Draken
Sep 30 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Ideas requested for firing ranges...
Replies: 16
Views: 3016

I vote for A) too. Make sense. Another question is whether experience should affect the artillery ranges - should units with greater experience gain a benefit of 10 to 20 % on their total range? This could end up confusing, as every artillery unit would have a different max range depending upon its ...
by Draken
Sep 29 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Russian Ships
Replies: 4
Views: 1637

Or a small crusier.... :wink:
by Draken
Sep 29 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Russian Ships
Replies: 4
Views: 1637

From what I found in the Net they are classified by the russians as BPK. And from http://www.armscontrol.ru/atmtc/Arms_systems/Navy/Ships_designation_compara_USSR_USA.htm We get: BPK - Bol'shoy Protivolodochny Korabl' = CG/DDG/DD - Large ASW Ship (Guided Missile Cruiser/ or Destroyer) So, it could b...
by Draken
Aug 26 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 27367

I haven't had time this week to research on the future unit topics... But I manage to find something I think is not included: US Army Catamaran! (High speed transport ship operated by the US Army) Couple of links: http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ship/hsv.htm http://www.defenselink.mil...
by Draken
Aug 20 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 27367

The M551 is in the list already :( Well... I couldnt find it ... Maybe it is in the updated list and not in the excel files in the download area? When I checked th ASU-57/85 both are listed as out of production and out of service either in storage or scrapped. That makes them just a little too old....
by Draken
Aug 20 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 27367

What I'll do then is make a seperate entry for a BM-21V with a lower attack/defense/weigth but airdroppable. Good idea! Well... I haven't found any unit this week... Looks like the only ones left are: ASU-57 ASU-85 M551 Sheridan But (don't know why) I believe that they were intentionaly left out, a...
by Draken
Aug 16 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Updated Unit's data files
Replies: 3
Views: 1281

Updated Unit's data files

Any way of getting the updated Excel files? Just to avoid asking for thing that are already there and fixing thing already fixed...
by Draken
Aug 16 2004
Forum: Wish List
Topic: New Infantry Unit.
Replies: 3
Views: 1800

It is already included. Unit ID = 703 (Air defense units)
by Draken
Aug 16 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 27367

Well, don't worry... I think we all here are trying to make this game better and the best !!!

I also find something about the BM-21:
http://www.jedsite.info/artillery/golf/ ... /grad.html

There are a bunch of versions of it out there! Even the Israeli LAR is a version of the BM-21!!!! :o
by Draken
Aug 13 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 27367

Two more units: (ID# 559) Nona-S (2S9) 120mm Motorized Howitzer / Mortar (also referred to as SO-120) http://www.thatcherthunders.org/ttruscom2.htm (ID# 411) 125mm 2S25 SPRUT-SD Self-propelled Anti-Tank Gun http://www.thatcherthunders.org/ttruscom2.htm Regarding the BM-21 (Grad-V?) the only referenc...
by Draken
Aug 12 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Special Forces Light/Fast Strike Vehicle
Replies: 3
Views: 1361

Oppss!

You're absolutly right! I actually used Light Infantry as a point of comparation but missed the fact that it perfect for the job! It is even air-droppable!

Sorry about that
by Draken
Aug 12 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 27367

This week update is a little one. There aren't that many air-droppable units. I finaly found a reference about the xm777 being air-droppable (602) BM-21 http://www.milparade.com/ra/content7.htm (504) M777 http://www.strategypage.com/messageboards/messages/4-266.asp (?) Any unit based on the HMMWV. h...
by Draken
Aug 12 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Special Forces Light/Fast Strike Vehicle
Replies: 3
Views: 1361

Special Forces Light/Fast Strike Vehicle

What do you think about including a Special Forces Light/Fast Strike Vehicle? It should give SF speed (90km/h?), range (500km per day?) and more punch against hard targets. The price to pay for this should be stealth and close combat capacity. Also this vehicle should be transportable by helicopter ...
by Draken
Aug 12 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Special forces & JSTARS
Replies: 65
Views: 12473

Sorry for resurrect yet again this thread but it seem to be the right place for my question:


It is clear that SF in an enemy hex may not be detected but lets say that in that hex there is
a bridge and the SF blows it up. Will the attacked country knows the attacker's identity ?

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