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Tibbs

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  1. Thank you, Gentlemen!
  2. Forgive me if this has been brought up already, I've searched the forums and haven't seen it mentioned. Infantry in winter uniform don't show up in Thermal view. Red or Blue in several scenarios. They are visible in Daylight scopes and external view.
  3. My personal fave... piece of chalk and a rubber mallet, have the new guy check for "soft spots" in the armor.:diable:
  4. :cul: http://www.demotivateus.com/posters/skittles-taste-the-rainbow.jpg"]http://
  5. "Life in plastic..." > Hollywood
  6. "Commands" from the Tank commander to the driver are far less formal and vary widely from one crew to another in the US Army, at least way back when. Let's go! Move out! Left....left....your other left, dammnit! slow down! you get the idea...
  7. Yet another argument for the .50 cal. .... as a branch gaurd!:biggrin:
  8. This thread has been a little ray of sunshine!
  9. Interesting. A rail instead of seperate injectors....hmmm
  10. Congrads and good luck! Take a break, you've earned it.
  11. Oh no he dinna!!! dinna = did not in Springerese
  12. Everything! Variety IS the spice of life. However, anyone who has even attempted to create a mission themselves knows the difficulties involved. Personally, I don't care much one way or the other for "scoring" the scenarios. Any battle that you can walk away from is a good one. I look more at the kills to losses ratio than any score. I do appreciate all the scenarios that the members of this fine community submit. I make it a point to rate each one that I've played. As far as constructive critisizm goes... that is what the mission editor is for. You can't make the "perfect scenario". What one
  13. It depends on who ya ask, Tex. Each branch's history and lineage go into the different uniforms, and although they have changed over the years, they are designed to make a Soldier distinguishable from a Sailor. There are also different demands placed on the uniforms. Army and Marine uniforms have to stand up to mud, blood, shrapnel, etc., while an Airforce uniform must withstand repeated starch and ironing. (sorry, I couldn't resist):biggrin: I'd also be willing to bet that each branch is allocated a budget for uniform design and the associated R&D.
  14. Tibbs checks the seal on his protective mask to make sure he doesn't inhale whatever tarball is smoking.:biggrin:
  15. Hindsight is always 20/20. Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than open your mouth and remove any doubt.:biggrin:
  16. 22' Acer here, working flawlessly
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