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General Equipment and Accessories (GEAR) includes several items such as uniforms and equipments aimed at accurately depicting the US military in WW2, such as field jackets, web gear, and a wide array of helmets. everything comes in several variations enough to make each person in a squad looks different to one another, while keeping things historical accurate at the same time. Units uses IFA3 weapons, early USMC ones uses M1903s from FoW FIles: This pack has been configured to be rather modular so that you can remove certain files if you wish to not play with certain things. Core Files (do not remove): - simc_uaf_44.pbo: most of the assets are here - simc_uaf_44_preview.pbo: bunch of icons and editor preview Other files: - simc_uaf_44_divisie.pbo: file for all the numbered units and helmets - simc_uaf_44_cfg.pbo: US Army equipments - simc_mc_44.pbo: USMC/USN equipments - simc_mc_44_cfg.pbo: USMC units (requires FoW) - simc_uaf_44_floaties.pbo: US Aircraft Retextures - simc_uaf_44_panzers.pbo: US Panzers Retextures - simc_uaf_44_ifa3_replats.pbo: Replaces IFA3 US Army Assets - simc_headfuck.pbo: Heads Current full list of included items: Classnames (thanks to mc_woland for the list) Credits: - IFA3 team for everything; weapons for units, rank and unit patches; - FoW team for M1903A1 - Bohemia Interactive for the arma sample models (and the game itself), made my jeep cap out of one of those beanies - Ethridge for m1 helmet shell, liner strap, and CC2 HBT textures - Lennard: Gloves model - motta: teaching me how to measure in blender, giving me accurate sizes for E-Tools, made 87th ID patch and stencil, providing 3D scanned boots and m1 helmet models. - Justin N. for basically teaching me how to sculpt nice normal maps, all the newly sculpted uniforms wont happen if it wasnt for his instructies. he also bought tannenbaum's models which is the base for several of the gear models. - Шоиветс for references and death threats - Schwienyy: UV-mapping the haversack, photorealistic scrim, advices and ideas, testings, and additional screenshots - Bigstone for advices and ideas, helmet band model, patch textures, and testing; Actually bigstone deserves more credits for dropping me all those ideas, w/o him this mod probably wont be this big, which actually, its not even that big now but it still could be much smaller - Frenchy56: structured collar 1937 khaki and wool uniforms, advices and threats, testings, additional screenshots - Jaki for advices and ideas, testing, some textures, and additional screenshots. - Courtland: Garrison cap model - Asmoro: Wool Trousers sculpt - Unitatoe: 39IR helmet stencil - Jujurat: Polaroids and M1 eyeshields - Olmo Potums: M1974 Goggles (part of the CVC helmet model ) - did i miss someone? Download (Requires FoW and IFA3): Steam Workshop Or Armaholic Alternate Version (Requires only IFA3): Steam Workshop Or Armaholic Full Changelog: By the way, If anyone wants to somewhat help me out even more, (which will help me in a rather significant way) one can donate to me via paypal; send it to my paypal email adress firstname.lastname@example.org Or alternatively, you can support me on Patreon -------------------------------more pics:
NacjoFarmer posted a topic in ARMA 3 - USER MISSIONSOperation Stranger: Anthill - Hidden & Dangerous 2 Remake Burma, 1943. We broke through the Burmese jungle in the heat, humidity and mosquito clouds. The area has a strategically important bridge serving as the only crossing for Japanese convoys. Unfortunately, the first attempt to capture and destroy the bridge failed and my people were taken prisoner. I have to try to free them and destroy the bridge at all costs and find out what the trucks are carrying... Task: Your task is to destroy the strategically important bridge in this area. The rest of your team fell into the hands of the enemy, so try to free them. You must also find out the reason for the increased activity of enemy convoys. Finally, go to the evacuation point. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2033140769 Operation Stranger: Mountain King - Hidden & Dangerous 2 Remake Burma, 1943. Breaking through the jungle, we met an allied unit. It turned out that they were preparing to storm the heavily defended hill. We will strengthen their forces with our unit because any help will be useful. Task: Your task is to conquer the strategically important, heavily defended hill. The assault will be preceded by artillery fire. One tank will also help us in the battle. Watch out for heavy machine guns positions. You must kill all enemies. After capturing the hill, go to the assembly point. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2033824193
So I'm trying to make a mission for my community based in the Pacific during WW2 using FoW, IFA3, etc. specifically a defense mission based off this scene in The Pacific: One thing I'm really trying to capture from that scene and translate into Arma is that opening part of the battle when the Marines are all looking across the river trying to spot the Japanese who are just out of sight in the treeline and then all the Jap soldiers open fire all at once. However I haven't been able to get a good way to really simulate that intense initial opening fire where it almost feels like a wall of fire. I tried using the AI module from ACE in Zeus where you can tell them to suppress an area but that thing barely works (seems to be an issue of compatibility with one or more of the WW2 mods), with half or more of the AI firing in the complete wrong direction for no reason (even when they were pointed at it in the first place) and those that do fire at it are so wildly inaccurate that it's absolutely no threat. The next thing I was considering doing was using this: to record each soldier and some mortars one by one, with me putting the playback and activation in after each one so I could better sync them up but that'd be so incredibly time consuming and a pain in the ass that it'd much better if there was an alternative way that worked almost if not just as well. So if any of you have any suggestions, that'd be lovely.