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Pandur IFV
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KillaKiwi Dec 20 2012, 6:19am says:

so its armament depends on the infantry that you put inside? where have i seen something like this before... too bad it can't transport infantry like a bmp.

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CommanderDef Dec 20 2012, 8:04am replied:

Red Alert 2 - Allied Rocket IFV?

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Woozle Dec 20 2012, 10:00am replied:

Everything's made to fit. High speed low drag. We can make adjustments.

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p*a*t*t*o*n Dec 20 2012, 7:41pm replied:

transformer panels in order

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Awtstalamaker Dec 26 2012, 4:08am replied:

try inserting a brute lol.... best ifv combo i had was with the shock troopers.... and oh using tanya inside the ifv to train it :D best was a battle tanks with 5 shock trooper

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~Doctor Dec 20 2012, 2:44pm replied:

As a Slavonian, I can say that I'm proud of this machine! Thank you SWR team for naming this unit after our Pandurs :D

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Nuttah Dec 20 2012, 3:04pm replied:

You can pretty much thank the Austrians for making the real ones.

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~Doctor Dec 20 2012, 4:09pm replied:

That's just the name of the infantry unit. Real Pandurs are todays police in that time. So they just named the infantry after Pandurs.

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Nuttah Dec 21 2012, 7:43am replied:

I was talking about the vehicles.

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~Doctor Dec 21 2012, 9:09am replied:

Aha sry for misunderstanding! Well TBH I didn't know they exist :D

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rkraptor70 Dec 20 2012, 6:37am says:

Multigunner meets CnC generals.

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The_Hunter649 Dec 20 2012, 8:14am replied:

To an extend yes altho there was an IFV in RA2 long before the multigunner from RA3 ;)

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rkraptor70 Dec 20 2012, 8:42am replied:

IFV was American. Multigunner is European so it closer.

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The_Freedom_Fighter Dec 20 2012, 9:37am replied:

The Multigunner is Australian IRCC.

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Solaire Dec 20 2012, 9:54am replied:

I remember ShockWave also had multigunner mechs. Cool model though.

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n5p29 Dec 20 2012, 11:08am replied:

and everyone seems forgot the combat bike.

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kijebe Dec 20 2012, 7:02am says:

what about commandos?

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The_Freedom_Fighter Dec 20 2012, 9:38am says:

Great throwback of the classic Allied IFV :)

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CptIstvanofArdeal Dec 20 2012, 9:45am says:

Guns n Go Go

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Jesterinatlantic Dec 20 2012, 10:13am says:

Real cool vehicle. I want to play with ECA!

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Arkanium Dec 20 2012, 3:24pm says:

Nice model and texture. I like the wheels and all the little bolts.

What does the canister gun do?

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The_Hunter649 Dec 20 2012, 5:01pm replied:

Think of it as a realy big shotgun ;)

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Guest Dec 20 2012, 11:23pm says:

I hope all infantry can have specific weapons platforms for this vehicle including the non-ECA infantry units because I want to put a tesla armed shock trooper in one of these babies.

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Hawky_Helldiver Dec 21 2012, 4:41am replied:

What about a Toxin Rebel, Sniper or Hacker? That could be interesting :D

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Arcus2611 Dec 21 2012, 6:23am replied:

We all already know what happens if you put a Terrorist inside on of these... I think.

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grunt232 Dec 21 2012, 6:37pm replied:


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theonewhonevergivesa Dec 23 2012, 7:44am says:

Well... If we put a Shocktrooper in it, what weapon will it have? Bolter or Tesla gun (i vote for Bolter because I flakking like the way they fire)

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Nuttah Dec 23 2012, 10:07am replied:

Depending on the gun he entered with, maybe?

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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.

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