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  • #6162
    Arise
    Participant

    I never saw that memo, damn! What is the different between comply and deny????!!!

    Intel 354 ho!ho!

    #6163
    The Lone Ranger
    Participant

    @arise If you comply you lose ALL of your intel but if you Deny you have increased difficulty for “x” days based on intel so Lt.Dan has to deal with it for 354 days.

    #6167
    Lt.Dan
    Participant

    Looks like it to me.

    #6168
    Arise
    Participant

    0o0

    So if that is me, I will deal with tough stuff for 1354 days for sure, I am not going to lose my Intel too. Better never draw this memo. QAQ

    lol

    #6183
    Shane
    Participant

    I drew it yesterday at the begging of a game so its not so bad when you only have like 5 Intel.

    #6248
    Shane
    Participant

    This was one hell of a mess good thing the huey gunner came with his a game. He killed a lot of villagers that day.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by Shane.
    #6253
    urbzz
    Keymaster

    Wow that is some messed up LZ fam!

    #6432
    Greendale
    Participant

    Operation Silent Whiskey

    This was my 6th mission with the LRRPs, we were tasked to kill 9 enemies. Pretty basic stuff, right?

    Nope. We got freaking ambushed. It all started when I saw some tracks that were left by the enemy. I proceeded to investigate further with Benny, while Cook and Skully kept overwatch.

    “This track was left by some sort of local force VC, it is less than an hour old. Based on the track pattern, it seems they move in a group of 14 individuals.”

    The jungle around us exploded with gunfire, it wasn’t the ordinary single-fire musket/sks kind of gunfire we had gotten used to. It was a bloody 600 RPM rain of bullets from dozens RP ofKs and AKs. Oh, and they also had sniper rifles… Those bloody things ended up critically wounding both my team leader and our radio operator.
    All of this happened in grid 1E, at the bottom left corner of the map. Thanks to our impressive collection of explosives, we were able to fight off the VC forces and aid the wounded while still under contact. We then embarked on the longest journey I have ever had to make in my career. Dragging two wounded soldiers, friends, from grid 1E to the LZ at grid 3C is not exactly a swift operation.
    We continued to take fire from pursuing VC for some time. However, they stopped shooting at us some point. I don’t know why, maybe we killed them all. It’s difficult to remember everything that went down.
    When we finally got to the LZ Cook was already fading in and out of consciousness. We managed to call for extraction despite the terrible weather. The sound of the Huey blades swiping through the air was music to my ears. I was in tears by the time I boarded the chopper. Thank god we all made it out of that jungle alive. Cook might never walk again… Him and Bennett are both in intensive care now.

    Here are some screenshots. It was hectic af, so I only managed to snap one after I had boarded the heli. I got the AAR for you guys too. I had already given out the medals I got. There were 2 Purple Stars, a Bronze Star and a Medal of Honour. I gave the MoH to the medic, the narrator of this story, who under heavy enemy fire risked his own life to medically aid his brothers in need. This was a hell of a mission to get back into recon with. Phew. 😀

    Where shit hit the fan

    The AAR

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by Greendale.
    #6434
    Greendale
    Participant

    Operation Silent Whiskey

    This was my 6th mission with the LRRPs, we were tasked to kill 9 enemies. Pretty basic stuff, right?

    Nope. We got freaking ambushed. It all started when I saw some tracks that were left by the enemy. I proceeded to investigate further with Benny, while Cook and Skully kept overwatch.

    “This track was left by some sort of local force VC, it is less than an hour old. Based on the track pattern, it seems they move in a group of 14 individuals.”

    The jungle around us exploded with gunfire, it wasn’t the ordinary single-fire musket/sks kind of gunfire we had gotten used to. It was a bloody 600 RPM rain of bullets from dozens RP ofKs and AKs. Oh, and they also had sniper rifles… Those bloody things ended up critically wounding both my team leader and our radio operator.
    All of this happened in grid 1E, at the bottom left corner of the map. Thanks to our impressive collection of explosives, we were able to fight off the VC forces and aid the wounded while still under contact. We then embarked on the longest journey I have ever had to make in my career. Dragging two wounded soldiers, friends, from grid 1E to the LZ at grid 3C is not exactly a swift operation.
    We continued to take fire from pursuing VC for some time. However, they stopped shooting at us some point. I don’t know why, maybe we killed them all. It’s difficult to remember everything that went down.
    When we finally got to the LZ Cook was already fading in and out of consciousness. We managed to call for extraction despite the terrible weather. The sound of the Huey blades swiping through the air was music to my ears. I was in tears by the time I boarded the chopper. Thank god we all made it out of that jungle alive. Cook might never walk again… Him and Bennett are both in intensive care now.

    Here are some screenshots. It was hectic af, so I only managed to snap one after I had boarded the heli. I got the AAR for you guys too. I had already given out the medals I got. There were 2 Purple Stars, a Bronze Star and a Medal of Honour. I gave the MoH to the medic, the narrator of this story, who under heavy enemy fire risked his own life to medically aid his brothers in need. This was a hell of a mission to get back into recon with. Phew. 😀

    Where shit went down

    The AAR

    #6435
    Greendale
    Participant

    Operation Silent Whiskey

    This was my 6th mission with the LRRPs, we were tasked to kill 9 enemies. Pretty basic stuff, right?

    Nope. We got freaking ambushed. It all started when I saw some tracks that were left by the enemy. I proceeded to investigate further with Benny, while Cook and Skully kept overwatch.

    “This track was left by some sort of local force VC, it is less than an hour old. Based on the track pattern, it seems they move in a group of 14 individuals.”

    The jungle around us exploded with gunfire, it wasn’t the ordinary single-fire musket/sks kind of gunfire we had gotten used to. It was a bloody 600 RPM rain of bullets from dozens RP ofKs and AKs. Oh, and they also had sniper rifles… Those bloody things ended up critically wounding both my team leader and our radio operator.
    All of this happened in grid 1E, at the bottom left corner of the map. Thanks to our impressive collection of explosives, we were able to fight off the VC forces and aid the wounded while still under contact. We then embarked on the longest journey I have ever had to make in my career. Dragging two wounded soldiers, friends, from grid 1E to the LZ at grid 3C is not exactly a swift operation.
    We continued to take fire from pursuing VC for some time. However, they stopped shooting at us some point. I don’t know why, maybe we killed them all. It’s difficult to remember everything that went down.
    When we finally got to the LZ Cook was already fading in and out of consciousness. We managed to call for extraction despite the terrible weather. The sound of the Huey blades swiping through the air was music to my ears. I was in tears by the time I boarded the chopper. Thank god we all made it out of that jungle alive. Cook might never walk again… Him and Bennett are both in intensive care now.

    Here are some screenshots. It was hectic af, so I only managed to snap one after I had boarded the heli. I got the AAR for you guys too. I had already given out the medals I got. There were 2 Purple Stars, a Bronze Star and a Medal of Honour. I gave the MoH to the medic, the narrator of this story, who under heavy enemy fire risked his own life to medically aid his brothers in need. This was a hell of a mission to get back into recon with. Phew. 😀

    Where shit hit the fan

    The AAR

    #6437
    Greendale
    Participant

    Operation Silent Whiskey

    This was my 6th mission with the LRRPs, we were tasked to kill 9 enemies. Pretty basic stuff, right?

    Nope. We got freaking ambushed. It all started when I saw some tracks that were left by the enemy. I proceeded to investigate further with Benny, while Cook and Skully kept overwatch.

    “This track was left by some sort of local force VC, it is less than an hour old. Based on the track pattern, it seems they move in a group of 14 individuals.”

    The jungle around us exploded with gunfire, it wasn’t the ordinary single-fire musket/sks kind of gunfire we had gotten used to. It was a bloody 600 RPM rain of bullets from dozens RP ofKs and AKs. Oh, and they also had sniper rifles… Those bloody things ended up critically wounding both my team leader and our radio operator.
    All of this happened in grid 1E, at the bottom left corner of the map. Thanks to our impressive collection of explosives, we were able to fight off the VC forces and aid the wounded while still under contact. We then embarked on the longest journey I have ever had to make in my career. Dragging two wounded soldiers, friends, from grid 1E to the LZ at grid 3C is not exactly a swift operation.
    We continued to take fire from pursuing VC for some time. However, they stopped shooting at us some point. I don’t know why, maybe we killed them all. It’s difficult to remember everything that went down.
    When we finally got to the LZ Cook was already fading in and out of consciousness. We managed to call for extraction despite the terrible weather. The sound of the Huey blades swiping through the air was music to my ears. I was in tears by the time I boarded the chopper. Thank god we all made it out of that jungle alive. Cook might never walk again… Him and Bennett are both in intensive care now.

    Here are some screenshots. It was hectic af, so I only managed to snap one after I had boarded the heli. I got the AAR for you guys too. I had already given out the medals I got. There were 2 Purple Stars, a Bronze Star and a Medal of Honour. I gave the MoH to the medic, the narrator of this story, who under heavy enemy fire risked his own life to medically aid his brothers in need. This was a hell of a mission to get back into recon with. Phew. 😀

    <img src="Where it all went down” alt=”Where shit hit the fan” />

    <img src="Where it all went down” alt=”The AAR” />

    #6438
    Greendale
    Participant

    Why can’t I post here :0 if my posts are showing up for you guys I’m sorry for the spam. I can’t see them 😀

    #6439
    Greendale
    Participant

    Operation Silent Whiskey

    This was my 6th mission with the LRRPs, we were tasked to kill 9 enemies. Pretty basic stuff, right?

    Nope. We got freaking ambushed. It all started when I saw some tracks that were left by the enemy. I proceeded to investigate further with Benny, while Cook and Skully kept overwatch.

    “This track was left by some sort of local force VC, it is less than an hour old. Based on the track pattern, it seems they move in a group of 14 individuals.”

    The jungle around us exploded with gunfire, it wasn’t the ordinary single-fire musket/sks kind of gunfire we had gotten used to. It was a bloody 600 RPM rain of bullets from dozens RP ofKs and AKs. Oh, and they also had sniper rifles… Those bloody things ended up critically wounding both my team leader and our radio operator.
    All of this happened in grid 1E, at the bottom left corner of the map. Thanks to our impressive collection of explosives, we were able to fight off the VC forces and aid the wounded while still under contact. We then embarked on the longest journey I have ever had to make in my career. Dragging two wounded soldiers, friends, from grid 1E to the LZ at grid 3C is not exactly a swift operation.
    We continued to take fire from pursuing VC for some time. However, they stopped shooting at us some point. I don’t know why, maybe we killed them all. It’s difficult to remember everything that went down.
    When we finally got to the LZ Cook was already fading in and out of consciousness. We managed to call for extraction despite the terrible weather. The sound of the Huey blades swiping through the air was music to my ears. I was in tears by the time I boarded the chopper. Thank god we all made it out of that jungle alive. Cook might never walk again… Him and Bennett are both in intensive care now.

    Here are some screenshots. It was hectic af, so I only managed to snap one after I had boarded the heli. I got the AAR for you guys too. I had already given out the medals I got. There were 2 Purple Stars, a Bronze Star and a Medal of Honour. I gave the MoH to the medic, the narrator of this story, who under heavy enemy fire risked his own life to medically aid his brothers in need. This was a hell of a mission to get back into recon with. Phew. 😀

    #6440
    Lance
    Moderator

    May have to do whit editing your own posts to fast and to much.
    I also noticed that links can cause a post to fail. Happened top me a few times.
    Must be the security here to keep link spam down.
    Try posing again @greendale and if some things inside the post, like pictures, do not work right maybe I can then help you as a moderator by editing it.

    #6441
    Greendale
    Participant

    Operation Silent Whiskey

    This was my 6th mission with the LRRPs, we were tasked to kill 9 enemies. Pretty basic stuff, right?

    Nope. We got freaking ambushed. It all started when I saw some tracks that were left by the enemy. I proceeded to investigate further with Benny, while Cook and Skully kept overwatch.

    “This track was left by some sort of local force VC, it is less than an hour old. Based on the track pattern, it seems they move in a group of 14 individuals.”

    The jungle around us exploded with gunfire, it wasn’t the ordinary single-fire musket/sks kind of gunfire we had gotten used to. It was a bloody 600 RPM rain of bullets from dozens RP ofKs and AKs. Oh, and they also had sniper rifles… Those bloody things ended up critically wounding both my team leader and our radio operator.
    All of this happened in grid 1E, at the bottom left corner of the map. Thanks to our impressive collection of explosives, we were able to fight off the VC forces and aid the wounded while still under contact. We then embarked on the longest journey I have ever had to make in my career. Dragging two wounded soldiers, friends, from grid 1E to the LZ at grid 3C is not exactly a swift operation.
    We continued to take fire from pursuing VC for some time. However, they stopped shooting at us some point. I don’t know why, maybe we killed them all. It’s difficult to remember everything that went down.
    When we finally got to the LZ Cook was already fading in and out of consciousness. We managed to call for extraction despite the terrible weather. The sound of the Huey blades swiping through the air was music to my ears. I was in tears by the time I boarded the chopper. Thank god we all made it out of that jungle alive. Cook might never walk again… Him and Bennett are both in intensive care now.

    Here are some screenshots. It was hectic af, so I only managed to snap one after I had boarded the heli. I got the AAR for you guys too. I had already given out the medals I got. There were 2 Purple Stars, a Bronze Star and a Medal of Honour. I gave the MoH to the medic, the narrator of this story, who under heavy enemy fire risked his own life to medically aid his brothers in need. This was a hell of a mission to get back into recon with. Phew. 😀

    https://imgur.com/W3K3IG9 Where shit went down

    https://imgur.com/1LGorYN The AAR

    I removed all the fancy stuff, let’s see if it works.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by Greendale.
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