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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ChadaFACE Feb 19 2009 says:

The lightning killers

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Dreadnoughtw Feb 19 2009 says:

lmao those planes looks like the ADFX-01's from ace combat zero xD
either way they look awesome
keep up the work ppl

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RuffeDK Feb 23 2009 says:

I think S-37, and that's the coolest fighter, I've ever seen!
- and this one beats S-37. Nice job, keep it up!

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GhOsT11 Dec 29 2009 replied:

not S-37 S-47

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cronos35 Dec 29 2009 replied:

actually, it's both. the su-37 berkut is sometimes referred to as the su-47. i got that info from military today. either way that looks sick!!

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Endiel May 9 2011 replied:

You're both half-right, either s-37 or su-47 is a correct designation, but neither su-37 or s-47 are. Su-37 is the last-gen flanker, and s-47 is not a plane.

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KaanTech Feb 26 2009 says:

next generation migs actually, these fast birds are 5th generation fighter jets they even have a stealth armor so they are equal with F22's (maybe even better)

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Pinc3r Apr 15 2011 replied:

more like the F-35A

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Arkeolog4 Mar 31 2009 says:

Turkish flag?

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kingsjester Apr 30 2009 says:

scuse me Ruffe and Kaan but this is actually no su37 nor mig. it might be a su47 but even that one´s nt stealth (or as stealth as you expect the f22 or f117). the state-of-the-art-russian-fighter will be the su-t50 but it´s still not in production. sorry for that. besides: considering the turkish army buying stuff from the russians ain´t quite that realistic. they´d rather fill their shopping list with american weaponry...

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Altimeter Aug 11 2009 replied:

Actually that isnt entirely true, The Turkish army does have a Large sum of Russian/Soviet weapons, Mi-8 helicopters, BTR apc's, Avtomat Kalashnikova-47's & there are plans to buy the new generation Russian helicopter the Mi-28

But the main arms supplier throughout the cold war & presently is the United States
new contracts have been signed to buy AIMS-120 missiles & F-35 JDF fighters

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mrdoom4you Sep 19 2009 says:


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keithktam Jul 4 2010 says:

where did they get plane like this?? very high tech.

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Screenshots from the nearly complete MEC2, a preview for February 23rd's release!

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