USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Killertomato » Sat 24 Dec 2016 19:06

No other system is a push button remove any unit type deal.
orcbuster wrote:USSR gets prototype marsupials, why would you need moose when you got stuff with kickers like that AND transport capability? And I'm not even gonna START on the french Marsupilami, I don't even think thats a real animal! Why no trolls for Norway?

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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby hansbroger » Sat 24 Dec 2016 19:27

codextero wrote:
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Mike wrote:Timeframe OP, plz nerf.

Well, no, not really. It don't have anti-tank munitions ITF either. Just crappy M77 and M85 which is mostly capable against lightly armored vehicles and personnel. In game it should have cluster with much lower AP that now and added HE.


That makes the ATACMS better in a US deck, since they don't need more finger of death tank removal, but rather a way to kill IRAA and clear the way for planes to remove tanks.


This would actually synergize well with the CBU-87 armed F-15E in Xeno's proposal. M77/M85 would be sufficient for most SAMs, light armored vehicles and 3 TAV medium tanks and would be an excellent air asset facilitator rather than a magic eraser.
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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby KattiValk » Sat 24 Dec 2016 19:32

Seryn wrote:In the same vein neither is any other Cluster munition.
Not really, no.

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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Holy_crap » Sat 24 Dec 2016 19:46

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Don't KM '90 have a carbine though? We all know the U.S. can't make carbines... :^)


It's literally an M4.

If only I could remember where the M4 comes from...


KM '95 use the C8, which comes from Canada (oddly, Canadian Airborne '90 don't get it)
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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Solo » Sat 24 Dec 2016 20:53

Holy_crap wrote:
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Don't KM '90 have a carbine though? We all know the U.S. can't make carbines... :^)


It's literally an M4.

If only I could remember where the M4 comes from...


KM '95 use the C8, which comes from Canada (oddly, Canadian Airborne '90 don't get it)


It's essentially an M4 with a different name. It's made by Colt Canada...which is a subsidiary of Colt, which is American.

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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Holy_crap » Sat 24 Dec 2016 22:19

Solo wrote:
Holy_crap wrote:
KM '95 use the C8, which comes from Canada (oddly, Canadian Airborne '90 don't get it)


It's essentially an M4 with a different name. It's made by Colt Canada...which is a subsidiary of Colt, which is American.


Still kinda sad that Canada doesn't get the C8 while the Dutch do.
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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Mike » Sat 24 Dec 2016 22:38

Holy_crap wrote:
Solo wrote:
Holy_crap wrote:
KM '95 use the C8, which comes from Canada (oddly, Canadian Airborne '90 don't get it)


It's essentially an M4 with a different name. It's made by Colt Canada...which is a subsidiary of Colt, which is American.


Still kinda sad that Canada doesn't get the C8 while the Dutch do.


NORAD's flavor is no 90s SFs. :P :lol:
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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Holy_crap » Sat 24 Dec 2016 22:42

Mike wrote:
Holy_crap wrote:Still kinda sad that Canada doesn't get the C8 while the Dutch do.


NORAD's flavor is no 90s SFs. :P :lol:


That's the flavor of Vegimite mixed with discount Nutella. Then again KM '95 is in a useless coalition so...
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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Seryn » Sat 24 Dec 2016 22:52

kiheerSEDMAN wrote:
Seryn wrote:In the same vein neither is any other Cluster munition.
Not really, no.



Mother of God.....I should actually use a Cluster Arty for once....

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Re: USA and USSR the superpowers... or not?

Postby Sweedish_Gunner » Sun 25 Dec 2016 00:44

Seryn wrote:
kiheerSEDMAN wrote:
Seryn wrote:In the same vein neither is any other Cluster munition.
Not really, no.



Mother of God.....I should actually use a Cluster Arty for once....


Probably best to use something before posting about it.
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