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  1. ABOUT [RATS.ins] jujurat presents Fort Bragg Training Grounds, a 1km terrain that seeks to provide a playable, atmospheric, and engaging take on North Carolina wetlands in WW2. Fort Bragg is a US Military Base that was home to the 9th Infantry Division and Carolina Maneuvers. This terrain attempts to recreate those wetlands, and the areas around it in the approximate time period using real world data, and of course some fictional liberties taken to make the map playable for Arma. Home of the 9th Infantry Division Fort Bragg is a major United States Army installation Base in Cumberland and Hoke counties, North Carolina, situated mostly in Fayetteville but also partly in the town of Spring Lake. It covers over 251 square miles (650km2) in four counties. Camp Bragg was established in 1918 as an Artillery training ground. The aim was for six Artillery Brigades to be stationed there and $6,000,000 was spent on the land and cantonment. There was an airfield on the camp used by aircraft and balloons for Artillery spotters which was named Pope Field on April 1st, 1919, in honor of First Lieutenant H. Pope, an airman who was killed while flying nearby. The work on the camp was finished on November 1st, 1919. It was named to honor the native North Carolinian, General Braxton Bragg, who commanded Confederate States Army forces in the Civil War. This terrain was created in about six hours for the purposes of training for WW2 units (my unit, the 9th Infantry Division in particular), and for any general purpose use. I have not used any IFA3 objects in the terrain in-case anyone would like to use it for miscellaneous purposes. Features Swamp/wetlands. Extensive trees and forests. Rugged roads and complex forest terrain. Custom lighting config. Plans for the Future There is nothing majorly planned for this terrain. It is intentionally small and serves as a preview of quality coming up with my Hürtgen Forest terrain, which is 4km large. Possibly a new sat map if I get around to it, but for now, I'm using the satellite version, which is responsible for some rather jarring artifacts in some places. Stats for Nerds 1km Cell Size 2 Credits and Thanks For providing great information and help at times of need: Mondkalb Ice Adanteh A3 Discord Terrain Channel Friends, Historical References: Motta (Fellow 9th Infantry Division fanatic) Vintorez This map was made for my WW2 realism unit, 9th Infantry Division; as well as the WW2 Arma 3 Community. Thanks. DOWNLOAD Current mirror: Steam Workshop. I don't intend on uploading it to Armaholic, but if someone would like to do so, that's fine. Just use all of the information posted here. 🙂 Terrain images included on Steam Workshop page.
  2. Was this scrapped, or still planned?
  3. UPDATE: Added server key. (bikey)
  4. UPDATE: Some minor detail updates to Orglandes and the areas around it. At the request of some users, I've also added several ditches and slight variations to the terrain. A small pond was added to the southwest of the map. Some minor road fixes are also corrected in Orglandes. More likely soon. Currently in-progress: Some fixes and touch-ups to the satmap, and mask. Additional terrain work for ditches and hills, etc.
  5. Thanks! It'll be around and hopefully improved by the time you guys play again!
  6. ABOUT [RATS.ins] jujurat presents Orglandes, a 4km terrain that seeks to provide a playable, atmospheric, and engaging take on French countryside in WW2. Orglandes is a small town that was fought around during the allied assault on the way to Cherbourg. This terrain attempts to recreate Orglandes, and the areas around it in the approximate time period using references from old satellite images from the 1950s, and of course some fictional liberties taken to make the map playable for Arma. FEATURES 4km terrain that recreates northernish french countryside. Extensive bocage/foliage detail. Mostly accurate building placement (authentic as it can get with limited assets). Rolling hills, farms, and wheat fields. Footpaths that maneuver around the map and allow the player to explore multiple areas. Livonia lighting and foliage. (With some configuration edits to work well for this map too!) Fighting positions and ruins that accurately depict the events that unfolded in the areas around Orglandes. PLANNED FEATURES More trenches, defensive positions, etc. Custom soundscapes. Further detail on lackluster areas. Continued support and improvement based on community feedback. NOTES While I have released this map publically, it is still under development. Unlike most 'under development' maps on the workshop/release state, this one is very much playable and works fine without any issue. However, there are small (mostly cosmetic) issues that are going to be addressed and fixed with time. You may experience some trees on roads, roads not being aligned perfectly.. etc, all of which can be solved in your mission file, simply use the hide terrain objects module if you encounter any issues of this nature. CREDITS jujurat - Made the terrain. vuo - Help with some object placement when I ran out of ideas. scwheineyy - Helped me figure things out when I first started the map on 6/19/20. mo - """Historical""" advisor and general help. ADDITIONAL CREDITS simcardo - Being an inspiration for continuing to provide cool content for Arma. Ice - BIG HELP in the Arma Community Discord (particularly in the terrain channels). EO - Skies inspiration. All of the testers and people who previewed the map and helped find issues with it. Anyone who helped me in the Arma terrain chat that I'm forgetting. STATS FOR NERDS Terrain Size: 4096m Grid Size: 1024x1024 Cell Size: 4m TERRAIN IMAGES FULL IMGUR ALBUM: https://imgur.com/a/EzaI6PQ DOWNLOAD Current mirror: Steam Workshop. I don't intend on uploading it to Armaholic, but if someone would like to do so, that's fine. Just use all of the information posted here. 🙂 EDIT: Armaholic mirror available, however it is not maintained by me. Armaholic version may not always be up to do with newest versions. https://www.armaholic.com/page.php?id=36273
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