There's one place for One Snake and for One BigBoss !!!
In the "mini-insurgency" task, enemy units drop small objects, such as files, maps, which remain next to a dead body's position even after the body disappeared. All you need to do is walk over to them and hold for 1 to 3 seconds - then check the map. I admit, those objects may be a bit difficult to spot because of their size (would be worth trying out to replace them by fairly larger objects such as suitcases...). A trick that works great here is simply to disable the grass (at least temporarily). Also the objects tend to shine bright in both sunlight and NVGs.
Nevertheless, I am going to add some detail to the task description.
Regarding to the pilot telling you where the wreck is, that's a good idea. But is it really troubling you to locate it? Cannot remember a time we didn't spot it immediately.
CFOR Clafghan Camp Branca FHW edit
The Clafghan map is awesome, vast, versatile with high mountains and deep valleys, a few nice locations providing an intense and authentic environment for certain scenarios. But be aware, it doesn't really collaborate with the TFOR mission, as for the mission the terrain is too bumpy and lacks of free and empty spots.
Anyway, added an ACE version of the Clafghan port to the archive. Didn't test it tho... download link again
Thank you for adding ace version
Hey Bon, great work, however, we are having some issues while playing.
Main one is the Clearing camps, we seem to have leveled (no tent, no cache, no gun) about 5 camps ranging from 300 to 2000 meters away from the AO (chak chak), but it doesn't trigger anything, and we aren't even sure if we are making any progress in it.
Another one is the mark weapons cache, we throw target, marker, and smoke on the thing but nothing triggers.
thanks ahead for the reply.
"has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?"-anon
guess you missed some of those evil camps. The camps are "populated" with at least 15 bad guys, that's how you can distinguish them from regular camps, and they can be located in a range of up to 1200m around the target area. Most easy to detect them would be having a commander to use the UAV. However, I am wondering if it would be best to drop this task for the next update - you are not the first one who reported being stuck on that task.
Regarding to marking the weapons cache, well, there is no such mission task. If you mean marking the fuel dump you need to be within 25m to place the strobe properly.