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I made this ages ago. Neglected to upload it to the workshop somehow. Its a remake of the brilliant BIS Tac Ops mission of the same name - so perhaps a massive spoiler alert if you haven't played through the DLC campaign. It is not a like for like facsimile, and the story is adjusted to be a continuation of At What Cost. Having said that you don't need to own any DLC. All the assets used I believe are platform assets. The mission was created for zeus-community using 2600K's fork of the F3 Framework which means that its packed full of features and parameters to play with such as weather, ZGM module for admin, safe start, JIP, drop in drop out radio channels, You don't need 61 people - I've left the AI slots open, so you could run this 'full' with as few as 8 people all the way up to 61. The mission briefing is laid out below. It is up to whoever takes the Commander slot to come up with a plan. Subcribe at the Steam Workshop Page. SITUATION The AAF has begun its crack down on the population of Altis. Your Company is assembled from civilians and a portion of the Altis Armed Forces who refuse to take part following the disgusting treatment of IDAP volunteers and the bombing of Zaros a few months ago. A local AAF militia force has fortified Galati and is using its check points to tax and harass the movement of goods, civilians and aid. We just got word of an IDAP supply convoy that has been prevented from moving north to Abdera. If we could secure this the treasure inside could easily keep our forces supplied for a couple of months. OBJECTIVES Take Galati and liberate the blockaded aid convoy. Ensure casualties are kept below (parameter selectable) percent. SPECIAL TASKS Galati is protected by three Check Points - Golf, Hotel and India. The town's garrison will likely call reinforcements from Sytra and Athira at the first sign of attack. If we were to assault and hold Hotel and India we could use the defences there to hold off any counter attacks from the AAF armored platoon at Athira and Syrta's mechanised forces. Once safe on the flanks we'll be able to move on the town, eliminate every last one of those bastards and call in our reserves to move the supplies later once the fighting has stopped. FRIENDLY FORCES Commander at your disposal you have: COMMAND GROUP A 2IC - keep him as your medic or put him in charge of a thing. 1st and 2nd Platoon Commanders - If you so wish to divide your forces these roles may be very useful. I would recommend that you use the extended Radio Channels to allow distinct leadership roles or groups to communicate without jamming the airwaves. Are your IFVs all moving together? Have the Command element in charge of them and the Vic Commanders all join a channel together. Are Alpha and Bravo moving together and supporting one-another and moving with one of the IFVs? Have their executive officer and SLS in a common channel. Need an intercom between Vic and Squad? - Put a squad member in charge of comms with the vic and hop on the channel. You could also give the mortar team a direct link to an assigned person in charge of calling fire missions in the Company or each platoon, squad or fire team. Remember that utilising these channels makes the yellow CO channel a way of address all Command elements and may mean talking over another radio channel in use. Another top tip is to record who is on which channel on the map for easy reference should someone need to get in touch and temporarily join the correct channel. RECON Romeo and Juliet - two 2 man teams with quad-bikes for deployment. Each team has a small supply of explosives for sabotage and a limited supply of .408 ammo for very long range engagements. Note they start away from the main force. INFANTRY Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta - four 10 man squads of varying competence and ability. To get about they have a variety of unarmed re-purposed vics ranging from off-roads and 4WDs to trucks and vans. AFV-4 GORGON IFV1, 2 and 3. - When our men left the AAF they brought with them their tax payer funded tools! The three Gorgons are distinguished from their AAF counterparts by their camouflage. Each IFV has a cargo capacity of 8 men so use them as impromptu transports as well as infantry support. Remember these things are glass cannons. They, like the infantry, need cover and concealment in order to last the rounds. SUPPORT Mike - Mortar and Vehicle Rearm. Use the mortar team as a back of house resupply and support contingent. Their vic will also rearm our IFVs. ENEMY FORCES The AAF still have many recruits and some commanders have seen the benefits of becoming local warlords. Expect heavy resistance in the town and QRFS to come from the East and West to support the check points and Galati.
Just wondering when the Tac-Ops DLC missions files will be available to the people who have bought the DLC. For my own map creation, it would be nice to see how certain actions which are used in the Tac-Ops DLC were created. It was done for the LoW DLC which I found very useful. Thanks :)
Hello Community, Since there is a new Method to animate Objects called Key Frame Animation I took a closer look at the TAC OPS Mission and for example in the First mission of the "Stepping Stone - Campaign" NATO Forces have CAS (Close Air Support) inbound and the jets appear in a pretty cool way. They fly in and one of them turns to the right and the other one to the left at the exact same time and I wanted to recreate this kind of Animation. Here is my Problem: I haven't found any good explanation how to use this Keyframe Animation. After experimenting several hours with this new Animation Process I started to google and found the following page: https://community.bistudio.com/wiki/Arma_3_Key_Frame_Animation . It is well explained here and also a GIF how this should look like but I still don't have a clue how to use this kind of animation because it is just explained in Theory how everything works. I am thankful for any kind of link related to this Topic! Best regards, Adams "Fucking Greenbacks!" ;)