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That requires some advance knowledge of a certain (infamous) TV ad campaign of the 1970s or 1980s. Use YouTube to close that pop culture in-joke reference gap, or, alternatively, embrace post-modernistic philosophy today and don't waste your time watching an incredibly pretentious and utterly ridiculous TV ad from days gone by.

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On 9/26/2017 at 5:51 PM, daskal said:

Exercise Getica Saber - with plain new EU camo:

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Uh...

 

Stupid question but did somebody decide to stop doing NATO woodland camo or something?

I remember an article about the tanks in Europe getting "New" green paint, and that it was temporary paint...

 

I always thought that the vehicles came from the factory/refurb line painted in OD green or desert tan for desert or temperate environments and that the green was just a base for the three color NATO camo?

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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.

 

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Target identified, the mechanized infantry moves up.

 

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Supported by armor.

 

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The infantry assaults the enemy position.

 

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CSS moves up.

 

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FO and HQ

 

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Scouting ahead for an expected counterattack.

 

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2 hours ago, Splash said:

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).

 

Great screenies and even better skins Splash - thanks for your help!  I hope you enjoyed seeing your skins in their natural habitat :D

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