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Edgardeth
post May 17 2010, 17:23
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Compact USMC FOB - v2

I must say that I consider this more a new variation of the old base than an update.

If you liked the first one or maybe felt it was a little lacking on certain points. then i hope this will please you.



General info:

I hope this Setpos template is useful to you. I will continue to build and release bases improving as much as i can.

Being inspired by FOB's made by other people in the community I decided to put a little more effort in to what I've already done before I'll release any more bases.


The mayor changes are:

- Refurnished the Interior trying to make the base seem more realistic.

- Improved the ECP's making it possible for the AI to actually drive in and out of the base.

- A 100% add-on free version and a US Army version with ACE2


Overall Features:

- Guarded and occupied by Soldiers
- UAV
- Helipad (With FAARP and a Helicopter)
- 2 ECP's (drive able for AI)
- Mess hall for officers and soldiers.
- CASH (Combat support hospital)
- Static defenses
- Vanilla and ACE version


Additional info:

I have copy/pasted 2 tables with equipment attached from Soldier2390's great FOB templates (I was to lazy to position them my self)


Download:

http://www.filefront.com/16470563/US%20FOBs.rar
 
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Imutep
post May 17 2010, 18:04
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Very nice template! thumbsup.gif
Thanks that you release it here. We've also a mirror for you.

DOWNLOAD - Compact US FOB (v 2) - [2.7 MB]

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Willus Killus
post May 17 2010, 19:24
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Mmm, much less broken than my template. Cool.


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9Line
post May 22 2010, 00:24
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Okay, I'm an ARMA editor idiot...so please go easy on me. helpsos.gif

First off, the screenshots look great! Just what I'm looking for.

How do I get this to work in a mission that I create (or one that I want to drop it into?)

And how would I position this on the map where I want it?

Thanks in advance,

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Imutep
post May 22 2010, 11:54
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Open the FOP mission in the editor.
Hold the left mouse key and take a frame around the complete FOB. With Copy and paste you can copy it then in your mission. (STR+C is copy and STR+V is paste) wink.gif


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9Line
post May 23 2010, 19:40
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QUOTE(Imutep @ May 22 2010, 05:54) *
Open the FOP mission in the editor.
Hold the left mouse key and take a frame around the complete FOB. With Copy and paste you can copy it then in your mission. (STR+C is copy and STR+V is paste) wink.gif



Thanks Imutep.

I was just on my way to the forums to beg forgiveness for such a noob question. I spent a lot of time yesterday with the editor (and YouTube videos) teaching myself "things".

My only issue with this FOB is that if I place more than a few of them around the map I get the "only 144 groups per side" error. Now, if I could only make each FOB it's own group (and is it all on the Civilian side if I do?) then I'll be in business. So, in the meantime, i've just been creating my own, smaller FOB that I can copy/paste around the map.

Thanks for not crushing me for asking such a small question about a big subject!

Regards,

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Imutep
post May 24 2010, 21:10
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ZITAT(9Line @ May 23 2010, 20:40) *
Thanks for not crushing me for asking such a small question about a big subject!

Nobody gets crushed here. In addition, your question fits also on the subject. So feel free to ask. wink.gif


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