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Assassin 7

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  1. You can use the engage route tactic and change the formation of the platoon to column and the spacing. When you come under fire the infantry should dismount since you PC's have stopped and you set your vehicle's infantry condition to dismount if vehicle is under direct fire. It should work. When I get home I will test it again since It been a few months since I made a Scenario.
  2. Try looking here: http://www.steelbeasts.com/sbwiki/index.php?title=Moving_Units_On_Routes#Engage You can use the engage tactics or the scout tactics.
  3. Have you seen these YouTube videos yet? https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCEf6cGyAWmpq8BIghsUS-Xg and here is the Official SB Wiki page for Scenario Design: http://www.steelbeasts.com/sbwiki/index.php?title=Scenario_Design
  4. A-32 please, I said A-31 in the Kanium forms but Cavgunner can have the position. It's NP
  5. https://www.upi.com/Army-spotlights-newest-M1A2-Abrams-variant/8701507650688/
  6. https://www.nextbigfuture.com/2017/10/russian-armata-production-falters-shift-to-upgrading-old-tanks.html
  7. Very good video and mission, thanks for making this mission. It was very painful 😉
  8. This is for the M1A2, "Did they give the weight of the vehicle also in metric units or just US imperial units ?" They just used US tons
  9. No, these are based off of New Technical Manuals to the SEP's. I spend most of my day reading through them due to actually working on the vehicles. Also these are measured in US tons.
  10. You have the V2 (Baseline SEP V2's) in SB, just without the add-on's such as CROWS II
  11. This statement is wrong, the correct weight of the vehicles is: production weight: V2 = 65.5 V3 = 67.7 combat weight: V2 = 71.09 V3 = 73.4
  12. You were not trolling
  13. Very good mission. I really enjoyed it, thanks.
  14. This is your first Query which states about the maintenance. The operation of the vehicle has been a success so far but time will only show results. The Government is happy with the results and that's all that matters in this case given that they are the ones who make the final decision.
  15. The V3's are making easier for maintenance personnel and crew-members. So instead of removing a LRU, the soldier can easily insert a replacement card that would only take minutes. Removing certain LRU's can be time consuming due to their location and weight. After the LRU is removed, it is sent testing and could take hours if not days for a turnaround.