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April 22nd, 2003  
GuyontheRight
 

Needs Military Avatars... info


This forum could use some military avatars. That way, in case theres ever a problem with personalizing avatars, some people will be able to use a military one instead of one of those sci-fi ones.
April 23rd, 2003  
Redleg
 
 
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This forum could use some military avatars. ..

I do agree with you.
But the problem is that I'm only one guy who runns this site, and I haven't been able to think of everything (yet).

But it's a good suggestion.
The Avatars on the forum are only the standard Avatars that came with the forum....

I haven't been able to find any copyright free military Avatars yet.
But if you have any, or know where I can find some free military Avatars, I'd be happy to use them in the forum...
You can also upload your own avatars. max 100x100 pixels, 10kb...[/quote]
April 23rd, 2003  
GuyontheRight
 
Id be happy to make some, if I get a few done, Ill email them to you for inspection :P
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April 23rd, 2003  
Redleg
 
 
Thanks a lot for that..
Looking forward to see them..
I'm trying to search for some myself.
June 12th, 2003  
GuyontheRight
 
I like the new artillery themed avatars. It's pretty cool to see that although the Crusader is dead, it is not forgotten.

By the way Redlag, does Norway use the AS 90 Braveheart self-propelled gun?
June 12th, 2003  
Redleg
 
 
Crusader rocks!!

I would have loved to try a Crusader, but I think it was right to close down the program.... It would have been to expensive..

In Norway we use the M109A3GN self propelled Howitzer (155mm) and MLRS.

The M109 will in the near future (5-6 years) be made obsolete and we're in the middle of a process were we are deciding what kind of new howitzer we are going to buy.

We have tested several (AS-90 is one of them), but I do hope that we will choose the Panzerhaubitze 2000. (German 155mm).
MRSI rocks!! (multiple rounds simultaneous impact)


Quote:
With Artillery, War is made.
- Napoleon
June 12th, 2003  
GuyontheRight
 
That MLRS doesn't seem to have to much longer left in the US, it's just to slow for the Rumsfeld doctrine. Which is cool with me, cause we got this new XM-142 HIMARS in develpoment, and it looks preety nice.
June 13th, 2003  
Redleg
 
 
HIMARS is indeed pretty nice, but we need tracked vehicles in the Norwegian terrain.

Wheels don't work very well here...