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  1. We're currently working on the Norwegian update, which will still take some time to release. We usually don't have set dates as we do this in our spare time. At the moment our priority is in adding the most common Norwegian assets. Resistance assets will be dynamic with weaponry so you can represent any resistance with ease. Armbands and clothing are separate. We usually implement factions which are easy to do with the current assets we have. So you can expect Swedish assets come to play after the Winter War update when we add the Swedish & other Nordic volunteers (Svenska Frivilligkåren) in Finland, 1940. Those assets can be used to replicate Swedish Armed Forces. Danes can be expected as well as they share most of the weaponry with Norwegians. All Nordics be done eventually, but it's just matter of time.
  2. Hello everyone, We announced our next bigger update on 1st April out of any possible dates with a puzzle. It was solved pretty quickly; and as some might have predicted the next update will be adding the Norwegian Armed Forces and the Norwegian Resistance. The added content will also include generic 1940's civilians. Northern Fronts Terrains will be updated with Vinjesvingen terrain. I'll let the pictures talk for themselves:
  3. Now with the first release we've been focusing on the first bigger update of the mod which is... The cavalry update. This upcoming update will feature the Finnish cavalry along with their most common gear. History of the Finnish Cavalry is long and reaches back to the early 1600's. Back then Finnish cavalry earned fame in various European battlegrounds. Their war-cry "Hakkaa päälle!" was used to describe then in literature as Hackapells or Hakkapeliitta. Finnish Civil War saw creation of some Cavalry units, which had their traditional roots in the original 30-Years-War cavalry regiments. Cavalry Brigade was created in 1921 to Lappeenranta. Cavalry Brigade later contained some non-cavalry units such as Jaeger Battalions 1 and 6. The special role of the cavalry regiments required special gear such as riding pants and cavalry carbines. Winter War also saw some small cavalry squadrons being formed as part of Light Detachments. Most known one is the Cavalry Squadron of the Light Detachment 8, which suffered heavy losses at the battle of Äyräpää in 1940. This attack was pictured in the movie "Talvisota (1989)". The Cavalry Brigade fought in the Karelian Isthmus in 1939, Ladoga motti battles in 1940, Eastern-Karelia in 1941, VT-Line 1944, Vyborg Bay Battles & Ilomantsi in 1944. First of the two regiments in the Cavalry Brigade was the Uusimaa Dragoon Regiment. This battalion sized regiment had their own dragoon collar insignia with blue piping on yellow. Field Marshall Mannerheim was Colonel in Chief of the regiment. In the Winter War, the URR was commanded by Col. Harry Alfthan and in the Continuation War by Lt. Col. Hans von Essen Second, but not least; of the Cavalry Brigade's Regiments is the Häme (Tavastian) Cavalry Regiment. Their collar insignia was red on yellow. In Winter War the regiment was commanded by Lt Col. Matti Tiiainen and in the Continuation War, the regiment was led by Col. Gustaf Ehrnrooth and from 1944 by Maj. Mauno Sirama Naturally, The Cavalry requires their own carbine in their mod. This M/27 Infantry Rifle based carbine was the main firearm of the Cavalry Brigade in WW2. *Credit missing from the image: Saucco for the DP-27 sounds in addition to h- The update will contain one extra weapon for all Finnish units: the DP-27. This Soviet LMG became the most common LMG in Finnish usage. Stay tuned for the future updates, there will be more content coming along this update.
  4. About us Founded in 2017 under another name and reactivated in September 2018 after a break, the Jaeger Battalion 4 is a WWII based realism unit representing an Finnish battalion during the war. We value activity, fun and the unique historic setting. We still try to steer away from the "niche" and negative sides of Milsim gameplay; not focusing on unnecessary details. We're still a small sized crew, however we are actively recruiting people in our ranks. All what is needed is maturity, open mindedness and ability to work together as a unit. We desire our members to hold up a certain etiquette within our ranks by respecting our rules, the general behavior, attitude and goal of the unit. This is to make that everyone can enjoy our events without any drama or non-tolerated behavior. Missions: Variety & Fun Jaeger Battalion 4 is based around an historical Finnish Jaeger battalion. This gives us variety of different missions and styles of playing through the three wars the battalion took part in. Though we may cover some other units in specific scenarios. Our missions will be part of bigger campaigns. Campaigns are chain of events which affect each other. Each campaign will be about a specific event or an specific battle. We will try to visit as many fronts as possible and provide our members with a good overview on the war. What were/are the "Jaegers"? In 1914, Finland was part of the Russian Empire, as an result of russification, there was many forms of resistance. Especially younger students were active. Many underwent military training which Germany provided and thus Jäger-Bataillon Nr.27 became the first purely Finnish unit. This battalion fought in the Eastern Front in WW1 and arrived home amidst a brutal civil war. Their skills were put to an test by making them the NCO's and officers of the freshly created White Army. In the following years, the old Jaegers were shaping the creation of the Finnish Defence Forces. In 1936, the Jaeger traditions were given to numerous units: names, marches and colours of many bicycle units were changed. Vuoksen Jääkäripataljoona (founded 1918 and had numerous name changes) was then renamed to Jääkäripataljoona 4, name which the battalion were to hold in World War 2. Jaeger troops were trained to master fighting as ski infantry in the winter and as bicycle infantry in the summer. Battalion's logistics and support units were also extensively motorized. In the Winter War (1939-1940) the Jaeger Battalions consisted of younger conscripts and career personnel. As a result of this they received better equipment and more demanding tasks than normal infantry units. Jaeger Battalion 4 was among the best troops of the army, fighting on numerous fronts of the war. Current event schedule Saturday Event - 8 PM CEST Sunday Training - 8 PM CEST Open roles (can apply after basic training) We use an historical squad and platoon structure. Thus some roles may be specialized upon or rare. Following is an list of current available (more may be available in the future) specializations in-addition to the Rifleman. In addition; personal equipment may wary according to the scenario. (Explosives, AT-weapons etc.) Platoon Command Medic Runner Jaeger Squads Squad Leader Assistant Squad Leader Machinegunner Machinegunner Assistant Submachinegunner Recruitment We're recruiting active people who are interested to play ARMA 3 in squad sized operations with specific formations and tactics. In the future we will be also focusing on combined arms operations. To join, please apply here: https://jaegerbattalion4.enjin.com If you have any questions, contact us by contacting the Unit Leader (Caselius). You can find his Steam account on our Steam Group. Requirements: ARMA 3, No DLC's needed. Microphone and Teamspeak 3 Activity Maturity and the ability to act as a part of the organization. Contacts: Website: https://jaegerbattalion4.enjin.com Discord: https://discord.gg/AX6wj4P TS: nl3.clanwarz.com:1101 Unit Leader: https://steamcommunity.com/id/Caselius ARMA 3 units: https://units.arma3.com/unit/jp4
  5. Required addons are CBA & CUP Terrains - Core
  6. Here is a picture gallery prepared for the release showcasing numerous weapons and units in the mod. https://imgur.com/a/zJ5cqDm
  7. Caselius

    Ihantala

    Looking forward to this, Glad that Finland is getting lots of coverage in ARMA 3 modding.
  8. Hello, Here is our first preview of the mod showcasing the features and sounds related to the Finnish Forces. Done in Finnish Wartime fashion which suits the day (Flag Day of the Finnish Defence Forces). All content aside from the vehicles and vanilla assets are from the mod: more detailed credits in the end of the video. The video showcases rain effects, breath fog, insect swarm, molotovs, kasapanos satchel charges and weapon sounds. You can also see Finnish summer uniforms and some of the basic weaponry.
  9. Swedish volunteers are definitely in the pipeline. There is some Swedish gear in already which was used by the Finns such as the M37 helmet, more on the way.
  10. "All quiet, July 1942. Somewhere in Karelia" [ Mods: IFA3, Northern Fronts Total Conversion [Work In Progress, coming soon]
  11. Looking splendid. Can't wait to test this out once it comes out. Especially can't wait for Finnish BV206, spent so many times as gunner of one during my service. Had fun playing around with those in SFP already.
  12. IFA3LITE, I44 Terrains & Faces of War.
  13. Spying for threats in the hedgerows... Pair of Fallschirmjäger advancing in Crete... IFA3LITE, I44 Terrains, FoW
  14. Caselius

    UK leaves Europe

    Not from UK myself, but first minister of Scotland has already taken actions against the brexit and there is a big chance of second independence referendum according to her. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-36621030
  15. Nice to see some winter content added. Especially needed for maps like Abramia and ported ArmA 2 ones. Slightly off-topic: About the Finnish pattern a small fun fact: Russia has (commercial, used usually by special forces and MVD) copies of the M05 pattern in their use. M05 Winter pattern is known there as Pervotrop. And other camouflage patterns based on the Finnish M05 are called Yeger. There is also some national winter camouflages in use which are quite interesting mix as well.
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