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  1. I believe it's one of the multiplayer campaigns included in SB PRO PE. Just check under Multiplayer Should be company vs battalion or something.
  2. http://www.matrixgames.com/news/991/Matrix.Games.and.WarfareSims.Team.Up.for.Command:.Modern.Air/Naval.Operations New news Sounds promising since I have bought many Matrix games in the past.
  3. Glædelig jul og godt nytår Merry Christmas and a happy new year!
  4. Merry Christmas to you too Played it a little bit when it first came out, had preordered, believing it was going to be the next big game... Played it some time but quickly got tired of it, it wasn't exactly groundbreaking and grinding the quests seemed a bit too much similar to WoW. It didn't help that my most used program is Steam and you had to have Origin to open it which didn't made it better since I like having to keep games together on distribution platform and frankly Origin isn't that good although it have improved since I last used it.
  5. Exactly. Il2: CoD seems to fall for the idea that nice graphics=profit! That only happens if the game is actually playable!!! I could have been satisfied with Il2:1946's graphics and just the new theater, flying around the British Isles could have been fun. Other than that, it seems the new game is going to be run on the RoF engine which should be good news as I haven't heard anything negative about RoF. So good news so far.
  6. http://www.pcgamer.com/2012/12/11/pc-gamers-game-of-the-year-nominees/ Of course Steel Beasts PRO PE is not in the awards :frown: but....Euro Truck Simulator 2 for Simulation? Was it really that good? Have anyone tried it?
  7. http://www.pcgamer.com/2012/12/11/il-2-sturmovik-battle-of-stalingrad-announced/ Mooost excellent....::diable: Sounds like the perfect match in flight simulation. Let's hope it doesn't crash and burn like Cliffs of Dover.
  8. Congrats Daskal :drink:
  9. That's fine by me. Only depends if there is a great need for section leaders in the other platoons
  10. Any chance you UK-Armour guys can squeeze a Dane in there? :biggrin: Otherwise If Induction needs support, I can take a section too? In any case I might need to have hamachi up and running to be able to participate so if someone could help me with it, I'll be soo much happy.
  11. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_B%C3%B8llebank Probably considered Denmark's finest hour in Denmark since 1864 since it showed that we weren't afraid of fighting back despite us being a little pussy country. :diable: Other than that, we used the Leopard 1A5 against the Serbians and according to Wikipedia (I really don't know if that's true, since Danes like to exaggerate stuff about the event ) we fought against T-55's. So it looks like the Leo 1A5 has been proven somewhat in combat conditions, mostly against infantry.
  12. http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2012/11/16/interview-james-sterrett-professional-wargamer/#more-132106 Interesting article about the US CGSC and Wargaming. Also mentions SBPE. Yay, We are famous
  13. Hah, nice speech, yep sounds like a fantastic idea!
  14. Welcome, nice to see yet another Scandinavian around
  15. What I imagine every tanker is feeling right now. :tongue:
  16. http://www.geocities.ws/johnny97dk/dansk/kampenhe.htm This site tells how the Danish Army was equipped in 2004. It's in Danish though but it might tell you something. I'll have to talk with one of my friends. He knows mostly about the 2004 organization but should also know some stuff of the current organization. I was drafted in 2010/2011 and there we operated in the same squads as those used in Afghanistan I think. It might have changed since then: 1 x LSV/1 1 x C7/AT4 1 x Squad Leader with C7 and radio 1 x Assistant Squad Leader 1 x Medic with C7/AT4 1 x LSV/2 Of course it could change so LSV/2 took the AT4 from the Medic and such. It also depended on how many there were. We were for example 10 or something which meant that each of these had maybe two assistants who could carry extra boxes of ammo for the LSV. AT-4's could also be up to 4 per squad. LSV: http://denfjernekrig.dk/let-st%C3%B8ttev%C3%A5ben-lsv-m04 Light Support Weapon directly translated, it's not much compared to the MG3 but it shares ammunition with the C7. Was heavy to wear and didn't give that much firepower but it was capable enough. MG3 http://denfjernekrig.dk/let-maskingev%C3%A6r-lmg-m62 C7 http://denfjernekrig.dk/gev%C3%A6r-m95-0 Platoon wise, it's 3-4 squads with this organisation along with: 1 Platoon Leader 1 Assistant Platoon Leader 1 Radioman I'm not sure but the platoon can be attached with an MG3 section and possibly 60 mm mortar section or even an Carl Gustav section (MAAWS). We used trucks since we were only conscripts but I think in this case in Afghanistan, they would use CV9035's or Piranha's. Hope it helps
  17. But a tanker out of a tank, wouldn't that technically be an mech Infantryman? :diable:
  18. http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2012/10/19/the-flare-path-ace-academy-dropout/#more-128680 Just a bit of PR
  19. +1 and +2 for me. - just to see what the difference is really between those and T-72.
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