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    Iraq 2003 Invasion. An Episodic Mod - ARMA 3

    We have a great need of more talent. If There is anyone out there that may have friends with certain skill sets, please send them our way!
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    Iraq 2003 Invasion. An Episodic Mod - ARMA 3

    Well, skype sessions are going on here shortly. Got a talent? Item:weather effects. There will be a sand storm situation that, if done right, will blow us all away! Think Apocalypse Now, but in a desert. Item:special scripting for NPC and player models. 5-10 second real time action sequences. Item:Multiple custom made models Item:UI/menu specialist Item:terain/map specialist. Item:Voice acting and recording specialist Item:Vehicular physics scripting specialist: Bradleys - Abrams Item:You! Yes, You... the one reading this. At least sign up for testing phases! This list will be updated when needed. What is needed RIGHT NOW: Project Manager
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    Iraq 2003 Invasion. An Episodic Mod - ARMA 3

    oddly enough, NO IED's were used during this Cavalry charge. IED's came during the occupation. In Fact, this whole situation will only be spanning just over 3 weeks.
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    Iraq 2003 Invasion. An Episodic Mod - ARMA 3

    The 7th Cavalry is in the United States Army. The other factions include the Fadayeen Special Forces, and the Republican Guard.
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    Iraq 2003 Invasion. An Episodic Mod - ARMA 3

    Sorry for such a long departure. I'm not sure if this would actually work on any kind of consumer level. I don't see how anyone would actually WANT to go through with a 300+ mile drive. The amount of work for something no one would play seems like a waste of time. Don't get me wrong though, the achievement of actually doing such a thing would be pretty spectacular, but the long waiting of just driving in a desert for days on end would be mind numbing. Maybe just a couple scripts during the battles would suffice? During our cavalry charge, each battle become more and more ferocious. It all culminated in one of the most amazing battles in modern times when only half of Apache troop fought and destroyed an entire squadron of T-72's in Iraq's final stand during the Fall of Baghdad.
  6. http://www.us7thcavalry.com/Memoirs/memoirs_3-7_IW-001_2003.htm <---- Check this out!
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