The Red Threat Mods will send BF2 players to the hot spots of the Cold War, and you will also be able to take part in the march-throw of the USSR to the English Channel using the USSR's armament of the 70's and 90's. Or, on the contrary, it tries to stop the USSR on the way to the Channel, using the latest examples of US weapons, and the NATO bloc. Conflicts: - Afghanistan 1979-1989 50: - War in the Persian Gulf- 10% - The war in 1984 (Fictional conflict) 20% - Vietnam 5% - The war in Germany (1964) 20%
The USSR will have two types of troops:
- Airborne Forces
- Armed Forces
- Ural 4320
Airborne Forces- A unique faction in the mods, it will have an incredible mobility. But she will not have tanks and artillery at her disposal. The basis of armored vehicles from the Airborne Forces will be Armored Infantry Vehicles (Armored Armored Vehicles)
This is the vehicles the Airborne Forces will have
The BMD-1 is a Soviet airborne amphibious tracked infantry fighting vehicle, which was introduced in 1969 and first seen by the West in 1970. BMD stands for Boyevaya Mashina Desanta (Боевая Машина Десанта, literally "Combat Vehicle of the Airborne")
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The BMP-2 (Boyevaya Mashina Pekhoty, Russian: Боевая Машина Пехоты; infantry combat vehicle) is a second-generation, amphibious infantry fighting vehicle introduced in the 1980s in the Soviet Union, following on from the BMP-1 of the 1960s.
The BTR-80 (Russian: бронетранспортер/Bronetransporter, literally "Armoured Transporter") is an 8x8 wheeled amphibiousarmoured personnel carrier (APC) designed in the USSR. It was adopted in 1986 and replaced the previous vehicles, the BTR-60 and BTR-70, in the Soviet Army. It was first deployed during the Soviet war in Afghanistan.
These will be regular Soviet troops, they will have a full range of weapons.
T-72A (Ob'yekt 176) (1979): An improved version of the basic T-72 "Ural". Overall, its offensive capabilities are similar to the basic T-72 "Ural", but it is much better protected.
T-72B (Ob'yekt 184) (NATO code: SMT M1988) (SMT – Soviet Medium Tank) Much improved version with 1A40-1 fire control system, thicker armour, turret front and top was heavily reinforced with composite armour better known by its US codename "Super Dolly Parton".
The Sukhoi Su-17 (NATO reporting name: Fitter) is a Sovietvariable-sweep wingfighter-bomber developed from the Sukhoi Su-7. It enjoyed a long career in Soviet, later Russian, service and was widely exported to Eastern Bloc, Arab air forces, Angola and Peru as the Su-20 and Su-22.
This fighter-bomber will carry 4 AIR-AIR missiles, 60 unguided rockets, and bombs weighing up to 250kg. He will be versatile in the fight on the battlefield.
The Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-23 (Russian: Микоян и Гуревич МиГ-23; NATO reporting name: Flogger) is a variable-geometryfighter aircraft, designed by the Mikoyan-Gurevichdesign bureau in the Soviet Union. It is considered to belong to the Soviet third-generation jet fighter category, along with similarly aged Soviet fighters such as the MiG-25 "Foxbat".
The MiG-23 fighter is the worst enemy for 3rd generation aviation. He will be able to catch up with any enemy aircraft and destroy it in one minute.
The Sukhoi Su-25 Grach (Russian: Грач (rook); NATO reporting name: Frogfoot) is a single-seat, twin-engine jet aircraftdeveloped in the Soviet Union by Sukhoi. It was designed to provide close air support for the Soviet Ground Forces. The first prototype made its maiden flight on 22 February 1975. After testing, the aircraft went into series production in 1978 at Tbilisi in the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic.
The strongest Soviet aircraft in the mode, is able to deliver 3 tons of explosives directly under the enemy's feet. Armed with unguided missiles, and bombs to 1 ton and a cannon to defeat non-armored targets.
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