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interesting choice to have him use an M-16. I might have gone with an AK-47
or if you want to convey a militia-like sense, you could model in rifles of multiple contrasting types, such as the AK-47, G3A3, M-16/M-4, SA-80 L85A1, Famas, or even the Calico M-951 Semiautomatic Rifle, which was the rifle outlined in the old black-and-white photos of Dawn riflemen
Nikoomba was Libyan, this man looks Central American
check out the Nod 1 briefing for a black-and-white image of Nikoomba's face
i have an idea for Nikoomba's assassination premise, as well.
smart idea! makes the base more lifelike!
...that's not a dress uniform on the soldier doing pushups, is it?
hmm...Weapons Factory fixing up vehicles...
the South African NTW-20, a good choice, even though South Africa was a GDI territory
I've never heard of Parker having a brother, though. but it's an interesting story, and you could argue that if Parker's brother was SF, he'd be denied to exist and unacknowledged
right. they could-and do-just pull up onto the beach, deflate the air cushion, and drop their ramps. but it's a good image of the first action in Estonia.
LCACs today also have mounted weapons like M2s and Mk. 19s, so you'd have a decent means of providing cover for landing troops
you guys have definitely done your research. it's been awhile since I've found someone who could actually identify this particular Nod weapon. :)
reminds me of a DeviantArt image i saw. good choice on storing the ammunition outside under a camo tarp to break up observation from the air. god forbid we have an ammo cookoff right next to the troop racks...
could do both.
could keep the fence with the chain-link and "razor wire" on top, then add sandbags behind the base as an upgrade which increases the armor level on the fence. that's not outside the realm of realism
great, but the turbine hub in the original was independent of the main housing structure, not attached to it, and there was no doorway near it.
and there wasn't a smokestack...
good! you included the mounted guns on the stern! good attention to detail!
will the TOW II Missile Launcher work in-game?
perhaps change this to the F-22 instead?
speaking of which, you could include the F-22 (not F-22A, this is 1995 we're talking about) for both sides and that unidentified black GDI fighter as shown in the particular GDI cutscene, "World News and Opinion"
will the Abrams have a working coax and .50 caliber?
will the Orca Minigun work?
could also consider mounting an M134 Minigun as well, perhaps as an upgrade. i'd have to say whatever would have made that growling muzzle crack in Dawn would had to have been big and powerful
C-17 Globemaster III, a fitting choice.
the An-22 Antonov (which was listed as in use by Nod) or the C-5 Galaxy seem simply too large, and of course, the C-130 cannot transport an M2A2 Bradley.
there's also 2 red C's...could be an indication of "C"ommand and "C"onquer or command and control
Uhh, love it, but I don't know how I'd feel about this.
In 1995, the A-10 wasn't carrier-capable (then again, the M2 Bradley wasn't designed to fire 70mms).
Though, it probably could be done. You'd just have to reinforce the landing gear and install a tailhook. Every fighter that's ever lifted off from a carrier's gone about the same speed. Hell, if they can get a C-130 to land on a carrier, they can get anything on it.
you havent heard?
tell me the central floating vessel doesn't look like this
looks great...but eerily similar to the C&C4 imagery battleship