Had heavy tanks been buffed there would not have been a need for a vts1 nerf.
so long as there's no AA ,your Havocs/Apaches should be ruling the skies unless you're absolute rubbish with them.
Davies wrote:Would be nice to a British AT squad ... Not sure what weapon system we had though
[EUG]MadMat wrote:Because it has been on the drawing tables from the mid/late 70's, and we consider that, had international crisis occured or a full war been declared in the mid-80's, such projects would have received massive funding and be completed much earlier than reality.
Plaetoniu wrote:Although I think a 2/2/1/1 autocannon IFV with fusiliers in it would also be really cool
Plaetoniu wrote:If the reasoning is more along the lines of "Havoc is really cool while those units wouldnt differ too much from ones already in the game," then that is fair enough.
Uniform764 wrote:Plaetoniu wrote:Although I think a 2/2/1/1 autocannon IFV with fusiliers in it would also be really cool
If we're dreaming, then British tanks/apcs should be extra resistant to morale effects, as a boiling vessel is a standard feature on our armoured vehicles, allowing the men to brew a nerve steadying cuppa during firefights.
TimeKilla wrote:[EUG]MadMat wrote:UGLY58 wrote:BTW - If it rains all British Infantry should go to half speed as their webbing now ways 5 x as much, oh the memories
That's an interesting idea.
We'll keep it in mind for a patch.
Maybe for Corps! But Infantry are fighting fit. Contact drills ditch the bergans and then your on belt webbing for the fight and its nothing to a strong fit soldier.
Honestly webbing with your ammo and basic food and water is nothing and if you can't march with your gear then you should not be infantry.
UK Inf say if its not raining then were not training.
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