Uh VDI isn't in North Korea?
I had some poor typing, edited so it makes more sense. Those airvraft meant for the VDI in bulgaria went to North Korea Instead
Lusius Quinctilius Varus, Tiberius Pompeius Germanus center - with Legatus Tiberius Varius Tullius right and armed legates of Tullius's bodyguard, at a command outpost on the front.
Sorry for the simplicity of this post, I plan of releasing a large update soon. and Happy New Years everyone, May Romanization prevail!
The Turks have had just as much time to dig in and fortify as you've had to prepare, just like Rick's posts suggested previously.
Lviv, Tsardom of Volhynia..
The Volhynian Security Services or V.S.S. has been tracking down communist and socialist rebel groups. Today they have raided a small communist hideout. The V.S.S. with the help of the Lviv police force, secured the area around the apartment complex, and stormed the apartment they were located in.
The clearing of the complex wen't smooth according to the police and V.S.S. Three dead rebels and two captured, with a small arsenal of weapons such as AK-74's and RPK's.
I apologize for the Potato quality.
PM me to if you want to make a security\military contract.
I'm sorry for not posing any SRP guys Luahelper, they're completely invisible in SFM
The file paths and locations of the models have nothing to do with it, some models don't work in SFM due to the settings they're compiled with.
A squad of Legionaries wait, when their Legate calls in CAS, Other legionnaires charge in the background with a burning BMP.
The ERR T-80's moving forward, while heavily artillery smashes into their formations.
ERR airborne forces land into grain fields right outside of Büyükçekmece, while ASU-85's travel among them - BM-21 missile artillery can be seen in the sky.
NOTE: I will do more scenes from the Turkish POV in next update.
BROWNSFIELD WEAPONS INDUSTRIAL
B.W.I is a weapons developer and producer with recently added troops available for hire, completing its effort to enter the PMC market. It also offers construction has part of its many talents, however discounts are on offer for military construction.
Created in 2000 (a nice round date looks good on paper) by Hugo Brownsfield, an owner of a British construction company whose family had a history of military involvement, B.W.I focused at first on producing licensed military vehicles and civilian rifles. As the years went on, B.W.I started producing military rifles on license and creating its own civilian weapons for the world market.
As PMCs began to cause a stir and generate a lot of cash monies, Brownsfield was concerned. The English civilian market only wanted legal rifles and shotguns, there wasn't a market for military equipment. After a long discussion with his legal team, family and a few of his closest friends in the business, he decided to move, being the first Brownsfield to do so in over 50 years.
Upon arriving in Iceland, Brownsfield was infatuated with the country in a matter of weeks. The rural, farming areas of the landscape were similar to the lands of home, perfect for settling down.
The purchase of the land was simple. the flat, tourist-free mountains of the North and East provided flat ground and plenty of space for construction. He decided to also invest in a local industrial area around the capital, Reykjavík, to have a local divison of his construction industry.
Overtime, Brownsfield slowly grew to know Iceland and Iceland grew to know him. At first the reaction to his arrival of industries was hostile but as he put money back into the economy by sponsering local events, charities and helping the island in general his public image has improved vastly over the years from his move in 2005.
Now, his industry is the biggest on the island, just under farming. Brownsfield Weapons Industrial has a very strong presence on the island, backed up by the local Brownsfield Construction company that has been building away for the citizens. (For a price of course).
Geothermal power was the key to this expansion of business, a powerful and very available source needed to power the factories pumping out vehicles, munitions and firearms everyday.
Brownsfield himself resides ethier in Reykjavík at the B.W.I building or at his personal hunting lodge in the mountains. He attends a local shooting club, funded by him and owned by locals, every weekend. He does not like to boast but he certainly does get a sense of pride seeing his rifles being used over the island.
what are they doing in moscow?
11th Guards Division base in Chernivtsi..
Soldiers from the 11th Guard's Division was awoken 4 am to equip their full gear and move outside to their vehicles, where they would drive to the two towns, Kel'mentsi and sokyryany. The two towns happen to be located near the Volhynian-Moldovian border.
Two soldiers patrolling in the outskirts of Sokyryany, talking about the riots in Lviv.
Making these was a refreshing break from studies. Hopefully I will manage to make some more before vacation ends.
Titus Julius Scipio center, making his speech while other party members site by at the front of the Senate.
After 3 decades of service its time for the Samogitian fleet of T-72 tanks to retire. The tanks no longer meet the Samogitian standards. There was the suggestion for the tanks to be modernised similarly how poles and Czechs did with their old T-72 tanks. But the high command simply has chosen to replace them with new tanks. Currently, another type of tanks that serve baltia are german Leopard 2A7 but problem is that many of them were destroyed or damaged beyond repair during the war against eastern legion making the amount of operational leopard
2 tanks to 30. the Samogitian military officials have chosen to replace the T-72 and depleting Leopard 2A7 tanks with m1 Abrams.
This choice was chosen for two reasons:
The neighbouring countries around Samogitia use Leopard 2A7 tanks which in the case of war to avoid the confusion.
Samogitian commanders want a tank that offers better crew protection and has a better armour.
Samogitians ordered 250+ tanks and expect them to be delivered by the end of this month
The old T-72 will be either stockpiled in surplus, left in ''tank graveyard'' in the heavily guarded secret depot or some unknown amount of the T-72 will be sold and delivered to EER, as EER needs more tanks to compete with massive Turkish tank fleet.
Sorry for not being inactive, I was just simply busy with assignments and studying for the upcoming exams
Gonna Join This thread tomorrow, and i have some neat ideas.
I do have a Few questions however:
1) What is the state of National Militaries? I assume they are far more powerful than the PMCs/Nations?
2) Do we have to start off very small and work our way up, or can we start off quite large
3) Can we go to war with Countries that arent NPCs or Player controlled?
Thank you, and i will be joining soon.