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    ElAurens's Avatar Senior Member
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    A Willys MB "Jeep" armed with an M2 .50 Browning.

    This was fairly commmon, and used by the SAS in the desert as well.
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    And we will be able to built missions "Jeep vs Tigers"

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    Actually a Tiger is far too slow to be a threat to a fast mover like a Jeep. At least in the real world.
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    Conversely, the jeep could run circles around the tiger and never inflict any damage, unless of course the gunner was smart and bounced those 0.50's underneath the tank!
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    On the show "Rat Patrol" they'd catch em nappin with hatches open or whatever.
    But not Tigers.
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    Originally posted by Jetbuff:
    Conversely, the jeep could run circles around the tiger and never inflict any damage, unless of course the gunner was smart and bounced those 0.50's underneath the tank!
    Whatever works!!!!
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    Moving "static aircraft" (taxiing) would be nice also. I don't see how complex this could be, just take any slow moving vehicle ai and replace its skin by a static aircraft skin. Just add moving props and its done!
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    Funny how killing Tiger with .50 proves .50's overmodelled, never Tiger undermodelled.
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    Another thing we need is an operating mortar! Very very much!
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    Originally posted by WWMaxGunz:
    On the show "Rat Patrol" they'd catch em nappin with hatches open or whatever.
    But not Tigers.
    Sgt. Sam Troy: Let's shake it!
    Pvt. Mark Hitchcock: Who was there, Sarge? You or me?

    Rat Patrol RULED!!
    Man, I lived for that show. '66, '67.
    Oh, yeah...
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