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by Draken
Aug 12 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 30732

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: 1478

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: 13938

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 ?
by Draken
Aug 07 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Littlebirds & more Strykers
Replies: 2
Views: 1513

I'm sure you know that the H-6 is basically a Hughes 500 (MD500) and there are 2 version in the excel files: AT & ASW. My idea is making the AH-6 more oriented to soft and air targets than the MD500 AT maintaining some AT capabilities Regarding the MH-6, well it is used for infil/exfil of special fo...
by Draken
Aug 06 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Littlebirds & more Strykers
Replies: 2
Views: 1513

Littlebirds & more Strykers

Can we have the following units, please? AH-6 (Attack), MH-6 (SF Transport), OH-6 (Recon) http://www.specwarnet.com/vehicles/littlebirds.htm Stryker RV (Recon) http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ground/iav-rv.htm Stryker MC (Mortar Carrier) http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/...
by Draken
Aug 06 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 30732

So far I've found that the following units are Air-droppable: Air-Droppable Artillery (511) M119 http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ground/m119.htm Air-Droppable AD (786?) ZU-23 http://www.galope.com/mike/aaa_info.htm (762) Avenger http://147.71.210.21/adamag/October%202000/3-4ADA.htm Ai...
by Draken
Jul 30 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 30732

LOSAT

I found the LOSAT AT (Unit Id 412) is air-droppable. Actually the first operational unit using them will be the 5-11th Parachute Infantry. http://www.army-technology.com/projects/losat/ Regarding the XM777, I haven't been able to find any reference about it being air-droppable. Do you want to contin...
by Draken
Jul 30 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 30732

Glad to help! I just finished to read the forum (most of it at least) and started going through the Excel files... I'm still "digesting" all the info but I can tell you that I expecting this game with anxiety!!! I'm a fan of airborne operations and that's why I notice this. Also I notice that there ...
by Draken
Jul 30 2004
Forum: Military - Defense and Operations Departments
Topic: Air droppable units & Future Units
Replies: 52
Views: 30732

Air droppable units & Future Units

I looked into the excel files and found the M119 but it is no air droppable.

The M119A1 is used by the 82nd Airborne Div.

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/ ... d/m119.htm

Can we have this one included, please?

Thanks!

Ivan

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