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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M1A1 by Zlatorog
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Wilson_B Jan 25 2012 says:

M1A1 main battle tank by team member Zlatorog. I'm just starting the desert texture for it. Will also have tri color woodland textmod.

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Kastrenzo Jan 25 2012 says:

it feels to me like the front end of the vehicle is too long.

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uboat57 Jan 25 2012 says:


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Chompster Jan 25 2012 says:

very nice model but i agree with Kastrenzo, front seems a bit too long.

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FenrisianW0LF Jan 25 2012 says:

Also agreeing, but it almost looks like the midsection of the turret isn't long enough, making the front look too long.

Still pretty nice.

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Lockdown224 Jan 26 2012 says:

holy son of all games it looks so COOL!

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HrcAk47 Jan 26 2012 says:

looking good! Congrats on getting yourself a vehicle modeller! :)

Now crank up the speed, we wanna play! :P

Oh, and btw. I suggest that you model the tank as M1A2. AFAIK, there's only one company of M1A2s (Marine armor) in Afghanistan in total. Not a good tank country.

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agrenas Jan 26 2012 says:

looks great

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Jimopl Jan 26 2012 says:

Looking Good Wilson, Cnat wait!

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adkinsnoob Jan 26 2012 says:

Just started working on the HEDP and AP effects!

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