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If you could call the M4/XM177 the CAR15A2 (it does have the A2 rear-sight assembly, doesn't it?)...
Also, helo pilots were still using revolver pistols as late as 1989. Maybe you could add the Apache pilot that someone just made and give him the Beretta 92F (M9 was it called?). Ground officers I would give the M1911A1. I would give MP's the Beretta 92F, also.
The Jeep wasn't being used by Regular Army much 1985-1989. They preferred the CUCV in both Blazer and Pickup variants. The Humvee started showing up even in Alaska in 1988, but some units probably had it in 1985, about the time that the United States Marines had the M16A2. In the regular Army, front-line units may have had the M16A2 in '85, but lots of Army units still had the M16A1 in 1988. National Guard and Reserve units usually have older gear, so lots of them were still using the Jeep.
The UH-1H "Huey" was still being used in the late '80's alongside the UH-60, so you might want to add that with M60 "Air model" doorguns.
The AH-1 Cobra had the bubble windows in my Air Cavalry unit, as late as 1989. They had the same nose as the default B.I. Cobra, but their nose cannon was either a 7.62mm mini-gun or a 40mm automatic grenade launcher, like in the SEBnam Pack. I seem to remember a T.V. commercial for the Marines that showed the flat-windowed Cobra, but today Marines are using a bubble-windowed Cobra. *shrugs*
I'd like to see this config using JAM 3, or at the very least The Avon Lady's fixed JAM2 that fixes flying bullet noises.
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