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by Sullian
Mon 4 Jul 2016 21:40
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Maybe it's possible to give Shock/Elite units a '95 variant instead of a '90 one, with a Negev (Entered in wide-spread service in 1996 (still not OOTF), so probably tested by SFs some years before). So they get a SAW, with more decent firing on the move capabilities. Also it would give a bit of ori...
by Sullian
Mon 4 Jul 2016 19:14
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Maybe RPG-7 to RPG-7V ? I will first note my displeasure that Wargame treats the RPG-7V as an upgraded RPG-7, when the RPG-7V is one of the first models, from 1961. In any case, such an upgrade would be ahistorical; the IDF used the RPG-7 because they had captured vast amounts of it during the Six ...
by Sullian
Sun 3 Jul 2016 22:32
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Earlier I suggested the M72A4 for Raglim '90, and was asked if the IDF actually operated it. The answer is, no, I was wrong and they didn't. So Raglim '90, if anything, would get the M72A3. But really, 90's line infantry seems almost pointless for Israel, since there's so little of their equipment ...
by Sullian
Sat 2 Jul 2016 20:45
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Killertomato wrote:
Sullian wrote:
Hospy wrote:Sparrows aren't AMRAAMs though

They aren't Python/Derby either. So at least Israel have some decent medium range missiles (I don't think the Derby will have 7700 meters range).


Derby is MICA-EM equivalent, more or less.

Oh, I though it had less range, my bad.
by Sullian
Sat 2 Jul 2016 18:57
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Hospy wrote:Sparrows aren't AMRAAMs though

They aren't Python/Derby either. So at least Israel have some decent medium range missiles (I don't think the Derby will have 7700 meters range).
by Sullian
Sat 2 Jul 2016 18:21
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Killertomato wrote:Did Israel have AMRAAM in the '90s? Or was it just Derby/Python-4 for the top end?


I believe they had AMRAAMs in 1998.
by Sullian
Fri 1 Jul 2016 16:57
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Illusive wrote:Seems to be mounted on the right side by the cockpit.


I also saw the plan, but I didn't see anything on the plane that may look like an autocannon.
by Sullian
Fri 1 Jul 2016 10:38
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Looking though the OP, I have to say I'm impressed with the effort put in there. That said I hope that some of the recommendations regarding the implementation of the Spike systems are taken with a grain of salt. There's no reason to give an atgm squad the MR version of the missile (as opposed to L...
by Sullian
Fri 1 Jul 2016 01:00
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Im pretty sure Israel's largest weakness will be anti tank infantry and anti air. Unless they miraculously get the Patriot as a unit. That and no wheeled transports. I sent an e-mail to AIL to know when did the Abir Rhino entered service. If they answer, and if it is not OOTF, we have our wheeled t...
by Sullian
Fri 1 Jul 2016 00:33
Forum: Wargame : Red Dragon
Topic: Israeli nation for Wargame
Replies: 679
Views: 54443

Re: Israeli nation for Wargame

Rimgrimner wrote:Im pretty sure Israel's largest weakness will be anti tank infantry and anti air. Unless they miraculously get the Patriot as a unit.


I hope they won't, let this exclusivity to the US, especially while REDFOR has nothing comparable.

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