Mideast Crisis 2] (MEC2) is a total conversion for 'Command and Conquer 3 - Tiberium Wars' set in the near future, letting you use modern technology (such as the Abrams, F-35 and Hind) alongside future technology (such as Drones, Airships and Medibots) in a conflict ranging from Jerusalem to Beirut.

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Soul_XP
Soul_XP

I find those rather silly, sorry I just do :p .

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smurfbizkit
smurfbizkit

Yea, they are a bit "cute"...but honestly its probably one of my favorite looking units in the whole mod.

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c4Menace
c4Menace

that looks amazing...

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Zeee
Zeee

That looks like a flying whale... That of course is a good thing. :D

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Insignia
Insignia

Looks rly nice 10/10

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Phoenix85
Phoenix85

thats looks awesome!!! good job

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L0K
L0K

We have blimps in iraq there called aerostat's, so this fits in nicely :)

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warhammer942
warhammer942

Israeli Child: Daddy why are the clouds talking

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DukeOfJudea
DukeOfJudea

in hebrew:אבא למה העננים מדברים?

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GhOsT11
GhOsT11

what the hell is thet

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keithktam
keithktam

now i know what this white blop in the sky is. very nice shading and texture. making me think about the new world may be like this.

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striker121
striker121

These have got to be one of my favorite units (Look wise) from any game. Really wish you'd make an armed version :)

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AWACS – In an attempt to make surveillance of borders and settlements more effective and less expensive, Israel turned to airships. The first designs were little more than blimps with cameras on the bottom, but recent models are quite advanced. Wide and flat, they make stable surveillance platforms and are equipped as standard with visual, infra-red and motion-sensing cameras on stabilized mounts. No detail escapes these devices. Electronic marquee banners along the sides pass on information relevant to anybody in the area. As the threat of air attack from ballistic and cruise missiles, hijacked civilian aircraft and military warplanes has increased, these blimps have been retrofitted with lightweight radomes up top to make sure Israel is never caught off-guard. AWACS blimps in military service are digitally linked to vehicles and troops in the field, and combatants can use information from the blimps to fire much further with accuracy than they otherwise could.

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