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CR2_Commander

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  1. I had a cabby in a BMP2 in Poland a few years ago out of the commanders hatch. I was prepared to hold on for dear life and expected to hurt myself, but it was surprisingly smooth cross country.
  2. Sorry not a wizard at making call sign templates. PSA for an example. Prefix of 1 = A Sqn, 2 =B Sqn etc. Added template but Echelon limited to 6 vehicles. CR2.template
  3. British Tank Squadron Squadron HQ 2 x CR2 2 X Panther (Eagle IV with RWS in game) 1 x FV 432 (M113 with MG in game) 2 x FV 432 Ambulance (M113 Amb in game) Tank Troop x 4 4 x CR2 Light Aid Detachment 1 x FV 432 (M113 in game) 2 x Warrior Repair/Recovery (M113G3-DK repair in game) 2 x CRARRV (Wisent ARV in game) 1 x FV 434 ((M113G3-DK repair in game) Echelon 3 x Panther (LMV with RWS) 4 x MAN KAT1 2 x MAN UST Tanker (M978 HEMTT tanker in game)
  4. Trying to do stuff on the cheap rarely ends up cheap. I can see why they went down that route, warrior has a very high availability and is pretty solid. The turret is quite small and jamming a 40mm with its feed system wasn't viable, hence a new turret. Off the shelf might have been cheaper for the upfront cost of the vehicles, what most people tend to forget about is the cost of the new training aids. Training package not only for the operators but also level 2 and 3 repair and building up of spares etc. Rolls Royce make a loss on their engines but make it up with their support p
  5. 1. Nothing will come of the RTR play about apart from maybe the FIBUA kit for infantry and cameras as a TES 2. ARES is massive and doesn't bring anything to the game a Spartan can do except mine protection. 3. I've not seen anything in the pipeline carrying Brimstone except the RTR mock up. No point with LEP. 4. AJAX will be a very capable platform......if everything works. Even then you need Star Trek troops to operate it effectively. 5. Never seen that, but something networked for forward troops to utilise and guide onto target would be great, but carrying more missiles t
  6. Agree about the 130mm ammo. BAE conducted a study on improved L30 ammunition and came up with several new variants. The figures I saw for the "premier" version were pretty impressive. How much it would have cost? Probably astronomical.
  7. Anything is possible. like always is comes down to the money. I assume moving to a 130mm with autoloader will add significant costs, not just in buying the equipment but across all defence lines of development. How much would it cost for a formal change request? How long will it take to get it written into the requirements? Support, training, personnel support (what will we do with all the redundant loaders if they are no longer required?) SOP for hides/maintenance, career profiles ect to name a few. I would love to see us ahead of the game but there is a lot of people that need to say yes and
  8. A different project is dealing with that, as well as 3rd gen hydrogas suspension
  9. In Kosovo we were given a full bomb load for CR1 and told to keep hold of the 7.62 ammo boxes. That was a storage challenge.
  10. A young (now ex) CR2_Commander when he was a CR1 driver in Macedonia with my troop before moving into Kosovo.
  11. It doesn't seem that long ago! I have hung up my tank coveralls. I'm part of 3 (Civ) Div now. Still have a hand inside defence at least.
  12. And once you have dug your first shell scrap on Ops, after the 1st rocket or mortar lands in your harbour area it's then dug waaay deeper then what the manual says it should be.
  13. Good to see the TES fleet have a run out.
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