Polish Army In Wargame:Red Dragon

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Re: Polish Army In Wargame:Red Dragon

Postby Mr0Buggy » Wed 21 May 2014 17:04

CERAWA was a different thing from ERAWA (which was in use on Wilk and PT-91), in that it was a mix of Ceramic and ERA addon developed by Wiśniewski Adam, I don't remember the specifics of it's operation at this moment however.

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Postby Grabbed_by_the_Spets » Wed 21 May 2014 17:19

My bad, point still stands though.
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Postby icehawk308 » Wed 21 May 2014 18:18

Mr0Buggy wrote:CERAWA was a different thing from ERAWA (which was in use on Wilk and PT-91), in that it was a mix of Ceramic and ERA addon developed by Wiśniewski Adam, I don't remember the specifics of it's operation at this moment however.


CERAWA details, can equip BMPs so similar to applique packages for Warrior etc. Should boost protection by a few points here and there

Would be nice/flavorfull to see Eugen!!

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Grabbed_by_the_Spets wrote:*About the BWP-95*

[EUG]MadMat wrote:The "95" part ... ;)


I don't see how the "95" has very much relevant, yes Poland had stopped becoming communist, but I think this is largely irrelevant.

It has been known for some time that the BMP-1 was largely obsolete, many WarPact countries had already started upgrading them. I would think that the Polish military would have had plans for it's upgrade regardless of who was in power at the time.

All of the BWP-95's upgrades are indigenous to Poland, it has a 23mm autocannon (Which Poland had plenty of), SPG-9 (Which Poland already had plenty of) and the CERAWA-1 was the ERA blocks used for PT-91.

Poland needs an IFV with good protection, and the heavily amoured hull of the BWP-95 would provide nicely for that!


[EUG]MadMat wrote:It is not the date that I was refering, but the BWP was indeed Eastern block, while "what they added in 1995" on the 95 variant was from Western technology.

Next to nothing in the BWP-95 is western. I think Madmat is confused with BWP-40 :roll:

If Madmat is pooping on the BWP-95 were more than happy with the BWP-40 rerolled as a BWP-57 (replace 40m with Eastern 57mm) 8-)

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Postby ThePolishHussar » Thu 22 May 2014 23:01

Give me my BWP-95 in the DLC!
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Postby Mr0Buggy » Fri 23 May 2014 14:10

I may be alone on this, but it would be nice if Poland would be teased too with something before week's end ^_^

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Postby [EUG]MadMat » Fri 23 May 2014 14:15

Mr0Buggy wrote:I may be alone on this, but it would be nice if Poland would be teased too with something before week's end ^_^

It was planned to ... before we had a bit too much of a celebration for RD's release yesterday after work ... and I ended not going at work today. :?
Hence it will have to wait for Monday. ;)

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Postby Windmaker » Fri 23 May 2014 14:22

No problem, because it means that we will get something great on Monday :D Am I right? :D
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Postby T-80U » Fri 23 May 2014 14:23

[EUG]MadMat wrote:
Mr0Buggy wrote:I may be alone on this, but it would be nice if Poland would be teased too with something before week's end ^_^

It was planned to ... before we had a bit too much of a celebration for RD's release yesterday after work ... and I ended not going at work today. :?
Hence it will have to wait for Monday. ;)

Your celebration had quite a delay, lol. Or was it about linux release?

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Postby ReniferS » Fri 23 May 2014 15:34

Since it is a reskin and not a new model RM70/85 maybe?
Hope not a neva truck :(

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Postby eMeM » Fri 23 May 2014 16:02

T-80U wrote:
[EUG]MadMat wrote:
Mr0Buggy wrote:I may be alone on this, but it would be nice if Poland would be teased too with something before week's end ^_^

It was planned to ... before we had a bit too much of a celebration for RD's release yesterday after work ... and I ended not going at work today. :?
Hence it will have to wait for Monday. ;)

Your celebration had quite a delay, lol. Or was it about linux release?

Nah, they were celebrating SINCE Red Dragon release.
ReniferS wrote:Since it is a reskin and not a new model RM70/85 maybe?
Hope not a neva truck :(
RM-70/85 should have a new model.
Spoiler : :
RM-70:
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RM-70/85:
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But ofc we have this Chinese arty with 2S3 model and the like...

MadMat said that they got first new models recently.
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