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Offline KevBaz

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« Reply #480 on: 09 Jun 2004, 19:15:30 »
its a bomber :) but the only air to air casualty on the british side was a Royal Marine Scout, which was shot down by a Pucara :)

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« Reply #481 on: 04 Jul 2004, 00:50:27 »
Royal Marine WIP pics





Gazelle WIP pics




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« Reply #482 on: 05 Jul 2004, 00:58:21 »
The vehicles look good, but I'm really impressed with the RM and Argentine troop models - they are dead ringers for the real thing if my memories of grainy news broadcasts are anything to go by.  This mod is going to be really atmospheric.

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« Reply #483 on: 05 Jul 2004, 03:58:59 »
These look great guys! The marines look great, and so do the other models. I was wondering if the tail fan rotor on the Gazelle rotates inside the tail plane? I am glad that this helo was released as it was one of the first ones I ever flew in. Nice textures too ;)

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« Reply #484 on: 05 Jul 2004, 12:53:21 »
yep the tail rotor rotates :)

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« Reply #485 on: 03 Aug 2004, 00:44:51 »
HMS Sheffield Type 42-2 Destroyer








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« Reply #486 on: 03 Aug 2004, 03:35:20 »
Looking good as always...  does this have multiple gunner positions by any odd chance?

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« Reply #487 on: 03 Aug 2004, 08:13:14 »
Not exactly, as has been mentioned many times before the Falklands ships are statics with guns & radars as seperate objects being placed on the decks.

This is because most the vessels are between 2 to 5 times the size that is imposed by OFP for a single object.

It does not however detract from its use,.  Ok it cant move, but it can still shoot you down...
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Offline KevBaz

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« Reply #488 on: 10 Sep 2004, 13:06:03 »
British SAS




With the updated DPM and a Colt Commando

Argentine Special forces :)








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« Reply #489 on: 11 Sep 2004, 21:36:02 »
Not exactly, as has been mentioned many times before the Falklands ships are statics with guns & radars as seperate objects being placed on the decks.

This is because most the vessels are between 2 to 5 times the size that is imposed by OFP for a single object.

It does not however detract from its use,.  Ok it cant move, but it can still shoot you down...

Okay, thanks for clearing that up, I was curious how you had it all set up.  The SAS and the Argentine SF both look amazing, excellent job.  BTW, how is the campaign coming along?

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« Reply #490 on: 14 Sep 2004, 10:41:27 »
British SAS
With the updated DPM and a Colt Commando

Argentine Special forces :)


I've said it before and I'll say it again, great stuff :afro:

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« Reply #491 on: 16 Sep 2004, 00:50:18 »
Argentine Marines






DeLiltMon

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« Reply #492 on: 16 Sep 2004, 10:01:48 »

Nice  :D
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« Reply #494 on: 19 Sep 2004, 23:50:52 »
SBS and Blues and Royals :)