Illustrated reference manual for advanced mission makers. Currently updated for Mod ver. 2.20.
CSLA modification adds new czechoslovak men (riflemen, paratroopers etc.), riefles, machineguns, static weapons, armoured and transport vehicles, planes and helicopers and many other features.
- 3 factions: CSLA, AFMC and FIA (all are already extended with new addons/models in upcoming patches)
- a lot of own detailed models which are fully compatible with OA (for example support of TI materials)
- detailed specification of all units from riflemen, through assistants, to ammo assistants
- advanced setting of penetration and armour of all vehicles (different thickness of armor)
- possibility of texture changing using CFG on all vehicles
- all hand guns and weapons on vehicles has the option for setting of zeroing
- all static infantry weapons can be unmounted and moved to another position by men or vehicles
- advanced system of backpacks: ammo, canister, repair and medical backpacks
- creating of trenches for units and vehicles
- all new intro animations for all official islands
- and many more ...
Steal the Land Rover
Move stealthily into the village of Solnichniy and steal an AFMC Land Rover.
Destroy the enemy convoy. The ammo supply must not get to the hidden howitzers.
C.A.P. - Combat air patrol on heavily armed planes A-10 Thunderbolt II
Convoy escort of service vehicles across the territory controlled by the rebels forces.
Deep in the enemy territory. Deal a crushing blow to rebels in Chernarus.
Our scouts revealed the presence of an ammo train near the Komarovo village.
Destroy this train before the weapons reach the hands of FIA rebels.
Combat recon across the enemy territory. Your crew is waiting in the T-72.
Locate an old fortification, capture it and hold the position at any cost.
In the shadows
The camp of CSLA vehicles was located. Now remains to place the explosives and detonate them.
... and few more (including also community missions)
To help you with some advanced editing of MP/SP missions under our mod, you may use Editor's Reference Manual in the latest version.
Download it here: Editor's Reference Manual v.2.13
Another helpful documents can be used for the modification of our MP misiions Protectors.
How to Guides can be found here:
For the full version - Protectors CSLA vs. AFMC
For the Lite version - Protectors Lite
Once you will start of modification of our MP missions, keep us in the credits as original authors.
And for sure is better to contact authors before you start with any modification.
Download and install complete Modr in version v2.20
History of real CSLA:
The Czechoslovak People's Army (Czech: Československá lidová armáda, Slovak: Československá ľudová armáda, ČSLA) was the army of the Czechoslovak State from 1954 until 1990. On March 14, 1990 the Army's name was changed to the Czechoslovak Army removing the adjective "People's" from the name.Since 1955 it was a member force of the Warsaw Pact. The force was split into the Army of the Czech Republic and the Armed Forces of the Slovak Republic after the 1 January 1993 split of the two states.
The ČSLA was composed of Ground Forces, Air Forces and Air Defense Forces.
Ground troops were the largest component of the Army. They contained infantry, supported by tanks and armored vehicles. Czechoslovak military doctrine demanded large tank columns spearheading infantry assaults. While the armored columns secured objectives, the infantry would provide close support with mortars, rockets, anti-tank guns and large artillery. Infantry units could also draw support from engineers, artillery, chemical troops, railway troops and paratroops. Additional services and equipment provided the combat services the necessary technical and material equipment they required. Engineer troops were equipped with road and earth moving machinery, recovery tanks and equipment for the transportation of troops across rivers and other terrain. Railway troops were able to provide construction and rehabilitation railway, including bridges and communication and security equipment and maintenance rail vehicle.
The Air Force was equipped with supersonic jet fighter aircrafts, attack helicopters, missile weapons and electronic equipment. Its command formations were the 7th Air Army (air defence, two AD regions) and the tactical 10th Air Army in Hradec Králové.
Air Defense Troops
The Army's air defense (PVOS, Protivzdušná obrana státu) was formed with anti-aircraft missile units, interceptor fighter aircraft, and special services radio-technical units (radar and direction-finding).