Operation: Black Mesa is a total Source remake of Half Life: Opposing Force. Using the Source engine, the developers plan to recreate the Black Mesa research Facility as it was seen by Corporal Adrian Shephard of the H.E.C.U. Half-life: Opposing Force is still an amazing game, although it's not nearly as amazing as it was when it was released.

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Marine31 May 1 2010, 11:21pm says:

I think it should be MARINES on the sides of the osprey not USAF

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Yronno May 2 2010, 9:08pm replied:


All the Ospreys I've seen say USAF on the side.

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-Rusty- May 2 2010, 11:25pm replied:

The US Marines have their own Ospreys and they do say MARINES on the side.


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ArturoPahua May 3 2010, 12:27am replied:

Our Modeler has changed that already. thanks for the observation.

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Marine31 May 5 2010, 11:51pm replied:

All the ospreys you saw belongs to the air force but the ones that are in the game belongs to the USMC

EDIT: this is a reply to -Rusty-

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EricFong Jun 19 2010, 8:41am replied:

USAF- United State Air Force?
Marine- Belong to USMC?

Correct me if i wrong.

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KOYK_GR Aug 14 2012, 9:30pm replied:

US Marine Core

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spockjedi May 2 2010, 12:36am says:

It's just one of various verions of the Osprey that will appear on the mod.

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Phenixtri Oct 9 2010, 10:15pm says:

Sigh just because it say USMC on the side dose not mean its solely used by the Marines. Once again even tho they have USMC markings they are under partial if not direct authority & control of the Air Force Special Ops. Command AFSOC for short.

Each USAF Osprey is assigned to transport duty to select Spec. Ops. units like the Delta Force or Green Berets.

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Phenixtri Dec 21 2012, 6:07pm replied:

down rate my karma all you want the fact remains that the Air Force pilots and maintains all Ospreys ... even those used by spec ops.

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theMACchine Aug 29 2013, 12:05am says:

the marines have their own osprey squadrons which they maintain and operate themselves

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