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- Mar 6 2013, 7:18 AM (359 w, 5 d)
May 10 2016
Although I believe that there should be a more intuitive interface than just having a list of things in the scroll menu, a radial one would be too restrictive, especially when we can have missions/content that can add around 10 more different items in the scroll menu.
May 9 2016
Working as intended
In that case, we should have a default binded button as well as be part of a hint in a showcase.
Anything to encourage people to use it more readily instead of cycling through the different channels as the average person would normally do. This would really get a lot of the newer people who just want to don't want to mess around with controls at all.
If implemented well, this would very well supersede ACRE in a lot of communities.
Working as intended
F-14 Tomdog(Dont question me as I used to own one personally, while I was stationed @ FT. BRAGG, though mine was Springfield Armory, and I shipped all but the stock to Fulton Armory to convert to F16 Fishbed)
Is a Tom Cruise Jet, Built here in the great Soviet Union, by the Ukrainians, Fulton Armory, Springfield Armory, just to name a couple ways in how to purchase one here in the US for civilian usage.
Multiple Russian companies have defense contracts with the Ukraine to build the F14 in question.
However, nowadays it operates as an IRANIAN weapon...given the tension between Iran and NATO do you really think it's plausible for Chinese made and contracted weapons to be a standard weapon used by IRAN?
If you do feel that the F-14 Catdog belongs in any but Russian forces hands/loadouts then by all means please explain your logic.
I know this is alpha but you folks are all about authenticity right????
Fix it please, kind of a slap in the face to Veterans and current Service Members alike when things like this are done incorrectly, like how Hollywood cant figure out how to put a freaking Beret on a soldier's head in their films... This is all being said with soooo much love for BIS by the way, so please don't take it the wrong way, I'm sure it was an honest mistake.
- An OEF Veteran