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  1. Much obliged for the rapid response Seems to be EXACTLY what I was looking for!
  2. Is there a comprehensive guide or tutorial on how to use this feature? I found only a slight mention of it in the manual, and not much at all in the Wiki. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. "This PT-76 moves like pond water!" Hilarious! Is that a Texas thing Volcano?
  4. Apaches in SB? Awesome...just...AWESOME! My wish was granted Thank you to everyone who made this happen. And she is a beauty too!
  5. Delta Tanks! YAT-YAS One of the units I was stationed with on board the MCAGCC 29 Palms, CA
  6. Don't forget about the squadron's call sign, "Iron Horse."
  7. Wow! Looks like that T-72 was OBLITERATED by an RPG-29, judging by the clip seconds earlier of the guys running to a vantage point. Poor bastards never knew what hit them. Is this the future of armored warfare? Tanks and IFVs crashing through cities?
  8. Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the Leopardo 2E basically the 2A6 in Spanish service? It mounts the L55, if I remember correctly.
  9. LOL! Cobra's commentary is always great! Not sure if he intended it to be comical, but it is, while also being somewhat insightful. Entertaining and informative
  10. Oh wow! That sounds very interesting. PS4? I just bought my PS3 last year!
  11. Great game! The second game I purchased for the PS3. A few recognizable faces in there, and the technology they used for facial capture was ground-breaking. Too bad there probably won't be a sequel, as I believe the developers went out of business (?) A large part of "solving" the cases is the reading of facial cues given by the characters in the game. Good stuff!
  12. Haven't been to the tank range in quite some time, but I remember getting very close to a 100 score with SB "Gold" Edition Of course, this was after several tries, and probably a little bit of luck.
  13. Yes sir, Understood, and acknowledged. Much obliged An armored cavalry troop delay would likely look like a company team (or combat team) delay, I would imagine. Anyway, if you're out there Panzer Leader, I believe you know how to reach me.
  14. Some playable U.S. Army attack aviation would be nice (AH-1, AH-64, or OH-58). Also air or artillery delivered precision guided munitions (Mavericks, Copperhead, SADARM)? Or whatever is equivalent on the OPFOR side?
  15. Sir, I'd also like to get a crack at the scenario too. Any chance I could be sent the scenario (and the delay scenario mentioned)? I'm in the process of developing U.S. armored cavalry troop scenarios, and would like some inspiration. Thank you in advance for any assistance.
  16. Nothing terrible about the current sound, but the old one just sounded so deadly. Can the old sound be downloaded?
  17. An armored cavalry regiment's TOE also included an air cavalry squadron, which could have been integrated into the regimental recce & security plan, or as a mobile anti-tank reserve, as there were two attack helicopter troops (companies) in the squadron. The ACR's combat power was tremendous for a unit of its size, and suitable for a wide variety of tasks I'm sure.
  18. I think your assumption is correct. It would make the most sense to have the "latest and greatest" equipment in the 11th ACR, versus a CONUS-based unit. 11 ACR was literally "guarding freedom's frontier," they would need all the help they could get, in the event the Cold War turned hot. A few tank battalions deploying from the US into Saudi Arabia during Desert Shield were M1 equipped, not M1A1, but were upgraded prior to the start of the ground phase of Desert Storm. As others have stated, creating historically accurate OOBs in SB (or any other sim/wargame) are difficult, due to a constant st
  19. Nice videos of Marine Corps tankers: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rr1bdanv9tw&feature=g-vrec
  20. Thank you, sirs, for the information you have provided. Are they any quick and easy techniques for determining OCOKA, as it pertains to SB? Or is this simply a skill that must be practiced to be mastered? I should also clarify that the focus would be at the platoon or company level of command.
  21. Specifically, I was looking at terrain analysis from the planning angle. Is this product generated from the "ground up," or is the platoon leader given any terrain information from a higher echelon (company/battalion)? Thank you for the reply!
  22. Does anyone have any real-world insight on these less than glamorous, but very important, subjects? It's been almost twenty years since my last land navigation course, and I was on foot. Also, at what tactical level is terrain analysis usually done? For example, is the platoon leader required to do his own, or is this supplied to him/her from higher up?
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