I don’t think that the wiki is obsolete?
As for the Spectre, it could be either that your message isn’t getting through, or that it’s getting denied on the probability roll, otherwise there’s only a short delay between getting the authorization and the impact. Perhaps you’re calling…[Read more]
My Rangers stepped on a landmine and they all died
Jesus Christ, spacing man! 😀 The same principle applies in real life as it does on here: if your men bunch up, they will get taken out by the first grenade or landmine (especially true for this case) that hits them. Spacing has been something that’s been drilled into troops since World War 1: if…[Read more]
Worth noting that my post never referenced always going in guns blazing, to the contrary I called for the correct management of firefights when required by the player. There’s a difference between quickly hitting the enemy in order to disengage yourself (which is what my post explained) and just going in weapons free all of the time.
Clearly these…[Read more]
You can only stay quiet to a certain extent, after all sooner or later you’re obliged to go weapons-free on many of the mission modes. The key isn’t in being able to always be quiet, but rather to manage and remain in control of when and how you go loud. Arise and Jafarcakes have given good ideas on how to remain quiet, but it’s also worth noting…[Read more]
I believe that the Medi EVAC Chopper should have a small crew of 2 or 3 PJs that hop out and cover your Extraction
It isn’t the huey’s job to cover the medical extration, if you’re calling in a medevac in an insecure LZ that’s entirely your issue. The medevac hueys in Vietnam didn’t even tend to have door gunners, let alone space for two or three…[Read more]