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The Scorpion.

Thanks eSim :biggrin:

Fnerg

Can't wait to power slide that baby!

Baaa Baaa Baaaaaaa BAAAAAAAAAAAAAABAPBAP!

"Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee hee hee heeee!"

Crusty: "Here comes Hedge."

Hoggy: "Look Out!" *Dives for Cover*

Tjay: "He's doing it wrong."

Marko: "Fecking A man."

I can see we're going to have squabbles in UK Armour as to who is going to be Recon.

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I prefer the german version. I hope Falli can fix his PC problems.

Problem is solved (hardcore). Main effort was to secure SB-relevant content from the chrashed drive. Everything could be saved :biggrin: PJUH

Fulda-Gap backup was 4 months old... you can imagine, what a pain in the ass it would have been to loose the actual version.

But also it´s no problem if GE or NL version of the Fennek is released... when there´s a 3D model, I can texture it :ysir2:

It only takes it´s time to adopt and enhance any template or to create an own.

(Should make a priority list soon hehe)

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Since you've mentioned it... What's the difference between "early" and "late" AH-64A?

Wikipedia is a good source for this info. But basically B, and then C upgrades were planned, then cancel, but some of the parts were installed into A models(Hence the Block I, II, III designations)

Because of this, an AH-64A in 1986, and an AH-64A 2012 have a lot of different parts. Radio's, navigation, GPS modifications, even the engines are different(Hp output).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boeing_AH-64_Apache

Visually though, they look almost identical.

And that's the reason we decided to model the A, and not the D. Most historical bang for the buck. 1986-2012

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It's not crewable in v3.0 but the Fennek is a very cool piece of kit. This Krauss-Maffei Wegmann promotional video provides a great overview of its capabilities:

It's in German but you get the idea.

I'll use one of these over a HMMWV any day. It's brilliant.

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While we're at posting videos,

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It's in lieu of the daily dose of screenshot. However, it's NOT about SB Pro PE 3.0, don't get me wrong. It's about the work that we do with less of a public profile, yet about as important as the rest. :)

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While we're at posting videos,
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It's in lieu of the daily dose of screenshot. However, it's NOT about SB Pro PE 3.0, don't get me wrong. It's about the work that we do with less of a public profile, yet about as important as the rest. :)

Ssnake's High-score...... DENIED!

And I was looking forward to a demonstration of Ssnake's tactical prowess. Even if it has been 15 years :)

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...as a stand-in for the AIFVs which are still in use today (Turkey, Korea).

Umm nope, at least Korean army doesn't use AIFV. K-200 APC's hull shape and possibly protection is similar to that of AIFV/YPR though.

YPR-APC might act as a stand-in for K-200 but it lacks fancy gunshield for 50 cal. that K-200 has. (I'm assuming YPR can swim too)

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