The Enduring Freedom project is aiming to bring realistic combat simulation to the GEM 2 engine and is focused on the units involved in the initial coalition combat ops during Operation Anaconda in Afghanistan (Special Forces, 10th Mountain Div, and 101st Airborne). Conventional warfare will be presented as well. Project features and info can be located in the news section.

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Afghan Heads Pack 1
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Wilson_B Jul 6 2012 says:

Ok, I got basic placeholder facial hair/hair done for the Afghans. There will be more head variation down the road but I think Ive spent enough time on this for now. More head variety will be added through patches. Going to do up some shemagh/kuffya head variations now, and finish up polypainting hair for the US heads now.

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Commie_Dude123 Aug 17 2012 replied:

Look I know I must sound really annoying and you'll get this a lot I know but will it be for MOW:AS Im sorry for being a pain:/

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kileratlarge Jul 6 2012 says:

This already is an amazing amount of models... Really wish Direct2Drive didn't merge with Gamefly.. now I can't patch my game, and play this. :(

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Miskyavine Jul 8 2012 replied:

get it on steam for like 10 $
its usaly on sale alot to

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Foof898 Aug 15 2012 replied:

you can always get a patch by googling it and dling it from gamefront or something like that.

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Chompster Jul 6 2012 says:

great variety :) they look amazing.

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Ospreyz Jul 7 2012 says:

Very nice! :)

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gerachap Jul 7 2012 says:

cool model.

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