Unit list chat
Posted 23 October 2003 - 09:46 PM
UK: What about the Cromwell for a med. tank? The Firefly was a TD.
RU: Oh yeeeaaaahhhh...
GE: Oh yeeeeaaaaahhhh...
Posted 24 October 2003 - 12:40 AM
The infantry list is still being worked on (if you have any ideas post them!)
I'm working on getting Repair vehicle to lay mines
Posted 24 October 2003 - 02:15 AM
Heavy Machine Gun
*dunno name for him* ------Grease gun.
Officer could have healign abilities? or detect stealth units. Nam ehim Major instead i gues.
Posted 24 October 2003 - 02:24 AM
The basic infantry list is done, it's there names & there weapons which we are still working on. I'll post what we have done so far later & hopefully between us we can get it finished ASAP
Posted 24 October 2003 - 11:19 AM
What about to replace the v7 superweapon with an airstrike composed by SM 79? It would be more realistic than v7, so the SM 79 can be used everywhere and the use of P108b and SM 92 isn't compromized.
Posted 24 October 2003 - 06:52 PM
Superweapons are a bugger to make & I’m very limited in what I can do. So what I can edit the RA2 SW into determines what SP there will be in D-day
Posted 25 October 2003 - 12:54 AM
no...not really. Trust me on this one. As I type this I am looking at my Tank ID book (Illustrated Directory of Tanks of the World) and It states:
The Cromwell was intended to be a heavy cruiser, but in actuality was about the same as the Sherman. It was armed with a 6-pounder (75mm) gun. It's armor was actualy thinner than the Sherman's (100 mm maximum for the Serman as opposed to 78 mm max for the Cromwell).
I will concede that the Firefly was a british varient of the Serman and was widely used. However, the Americans already have the Sherman as they're med. tank. I think the Cromwell, which saw action in the same numbers as the Sherman, would add a sense of uniquness to the British side.[/i]
Posted 25 October 2003 - 03:26 AM
BTW a 6pdr is 57mm, the A27m had 76mm armor & the M4 had 85mm
Posted 25 October 2003 - 08:27 AM
I think the Cromwell, which saw action in the same numbers as the Sherman
Surely that cannot be right! :?
Posted 25 October 2003 - 11:48 AM
M4's in UK/Commonwealth service: 17,481
Posted 27 October 2003 - 09:15 AM
I think we should consider the planes used for the carriers
I only know:
Ki-51 Sonia for Akagi
Ju87C for graf Zeppelin
Reggiane Re2001 for Aquila
Who knows the rest?
Posted 27 October 2003 - 10:07 AM
US: F6F Hellcat
Jap: Ki-51 Sonia
Posted 19 November 2003 - 05:50 PM
If i remember the swordfish is a kind of bi-plane no ?
"I'm not retreating, I'm just fighting in another direction" (anonymous US corporal, Korea)
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Posted 19 November 2003 - 07:43 PM
The swordfish was really quite good, since AA gunswere calibrated for faster aircraft, they often had trouble hitting the biplanes! Swordfish helped deliver the topedoes that sank the Bismarck...
The Brits actually used Corsairs on their ACs before the Americans did, because the Americans had problems getting them to land without crashing (which British forces sorted out successfully).
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