Rise Of The Reds is an expansion mod for Generals: Zero Hour that adds the Russian Federation, European Continental Alliance and is packed with overhauls and changes to the original factions. Whether it's steamrolling Russians, indomitable European defenders, American high-tech, Chinese strength in numbers or the brutal cunning of the GLA - Rise of the Reds has a faction for everyone's tastes - even to take your opponents on land, air and sea!

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Pandur IFV
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SpiritOfNimruzîr Dec 20 2012 says:

Hehe Pandur means Cop in serbian :D

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comrad3 Dec 20 2012 replied:

In georgian it means guitar :P

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lawnm0wer Sep 21 2014 replied:

hmm lets make some music then XD

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heavenly777protector Dec 20 2012 replied:

well the cops in that country are pretty scary!

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ArcheSel Jul 12 2013 replied:

It was also a croat soldier serving austrian empire (cf Cossacks:European wars)

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Iscariot24 Dec 20 2012 says:

Reminds me Rock and Roll Racing ;D

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Siege_Chopper Dec 20 2012 says:

Bumper Tanks?

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The_Hunter649 Dec 20 2012 replied:

HA! i was waiting for someone to make that joke :D

When i finnished texturing it i allready said in before bumper car jokes ^^

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Named after a Slavonian infantry force from the 18th century, the Pandur III is the third generation of the eponymous family of wheeled combat vehicles in service of the Austrian Bundesheer. Whilst originally designed as an armoured personnel carrier, the European Continental Alliance has decided to fill this particular role with the Swedish-made Lynx Bandvagn, choosing the heavy weapons carrier variant of the highly versatile Pandur as its standard infantry fighting vehicle instead. As such, the ECA Pandur omits its troop carrying capabilities in favour of additional storage space for a variety of heavy weapons that can be installed on the turret and operated by a dedicated specialist infantryman ordered into the vehicle. These include a 20mm auto-cannon, a self-loading, four-barrelled set of Panzerfausts, a rapid-firing grenade machine gun, an extendable repair arm, medical supplies and a short-barrelled canister gun. Its steel-encased polymer armour protects the Pandur against smallarms fire and keeps it light enough to fully utilise the mobility of its six wheels, making it a useful addition to any mechanised force. Oddly enough for a vehicle originating from a landlocked country, the Pandur is also equipped with inflatable rubber skirts to traverse stretches of water, such as the Danube river that runs through northern Austria.

Dec 20th, 2012
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