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Splash

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  1. Training northwest of Camp Hornfelt.
  2. Some screenies from Panzer_Leader's new scenario, Combat Team Advance at Woodhill 1994. I was pleased to do a few skins for this project. (No spoilers here). The Australians are testing the LAV-25 -- still in its USMC paint -- for suitability in a reconnaissance role. V11 of 2nd Cavalry scans for contacts south of Woodhill. Target identified, the mechanized infantry moves up. Supported by armor. The infantry assaults the enemy position. CSS moves up. FO and HQ Scouting ahead for an expected counterattack.
  3. Version 1.0.0

    26 downloads

    The stock M60A3 skin repainted in NATO 3-color camouflage.
  4. Version 1.0.1

    16 downloads

    This is the T-72M1 painted in Finland camouflage. Made with dejawolf's new T-72 model template. A winter version is included.
  5. Wie bitte. Haben Sie irgendwelche Grey Poupon?
  6. Version 1.0.0

    9 downloads

    A United States Marine in woodland camouflage. Made using Dejawolf's interceptordress template
  7. Version 1.1.0

    16 downloads

    A Mowag Eagle IV light reconnaissance vehicle for the German Army. Winter version also included. Made with Dejawolf's template.
  8. Thanks for the comment, Gibsonm. I'm happy the skins are appreciated. I just used eSim's nomenclature for the vehicle, but agree it's more accurate to say it represents a Leopard ARVM, which was the Wisent 1's predecessor, but from photos the two appear nearly identical, so only limited squinting should be required. (The modeled Wisent is on a Leo 1 hull, like the ARVM, not Leo 2.)
  9. Version 1.0.0

    12 downloads

    A repaint of the Wisent skin for use as an Armoured Recovery Vehicle in Australian Army service.
  10. But only two. Versus six for the LAV-25. My own thought for starting the project (before Panzer_Leader's project surfaced) was to use maybe one ASLAV as my own vehicle and attach LAV-25's as wingmen, so I could at least command a platoon/company of LAV-25's from the commander's seat instead of F8.
  11. Can't do anything about making the vehicles A2's instead of 3's ... I think that's a fair request, though. But you can at least get U.S. camo on your M113 repair vehicle instead of Danish by using this skin mod. And squinting. http://www.steelbeasts.com/files/file/2448-m113g3-in-us-camo-40/
  12. Version 1.0.0

    52 downloads

    This is eSim's new LAV-25 skin adapted to fit the new ASLAV-25 model in versions 4.0 and greater. Two options for decals; Readme included.
  13. Typo correction to the description and readme: The template is by RogueSnake79
  14. Version 1.0.0

    23 downloads

    An M113A1 painted in Auscam. The M113A1 saw early and heavy service in the Australian Army until refurbished, stretched and upgraded in the early 2000s into today's M113AS4 family of vehicles. Adding a gunner's cupola, gunshield and the proper amount of squinting can serve as an approximation of the T50 turret these vehicles were fitted with for much of that service. Template by RogueSnake74