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Might as well post this here. The WW2 monuments in Chernarus gave me the idea to combine footage from this game with Iron Front. Fraps made some of the clips a bit choppy, but oh well. Hope you like it.
This Operation is the seventh of US Offensive Combat Operations in the country of Lingor. The 15th MEU(SOC) has been tasked to the region as part of a show of force. With the current government not willing to step down, the President has issued orders to begin military operations and forcefully remove the current government of Lingor. The Lingor Army's stronghold at Calamar has been taken, and a major blow to the Lingor's Air Force has occurred. The 15th will now turn it's sights towards the rest of Lingor. The river crossings, and the key terrain immediately to the north of the Calamar airfield is secure, as well as the Southern section of the Northern Central peninsula, including the Fernando Area and San Isabel Area.
The mission for Operation Black Brass 07-12 is to secure the Northern half of the Northern peninsula in Lingor, including all jungle territory, all of the coastline, and the prison.
As our beloved Platoon Commander, Captain Steel, has accepted a slot in force recon, I am left to act as the Plt Co for Gambler 1, which is the largest force in the 15th MEU. I have roughly 40 Infantrymen under my command.
At this level, even though I do still get to occasionally shoot, the game turns into more of a strategy game than a shooter. Even though we do the largest strategy aspect of the missions, the planning, in 1-3 different planning meetings before the actual operation, there are still a lot of command decisions that have to be made at the tactical level once the mission starts(Murphy's Law). You see a good example of this as soon as we get on to the airfield, where we were not expecting enemy contacts at all(considering we cleared it last mission).
Watch the airfield airstrike from two simultaneous perspectives here: