Monday, January 23, 2012

ArmA 2 Operation Arrowhead - Named Area of Interest "Viking" - An Inconvenient Combat Outpost

As part of the impending NATO invasion, my Czech team of special forces is tasked with developing ground truth intelligence plus organizing and training Takistani rebel forces in a location centered around a dilapidated enemy air force base (NAI Viking) of the Takistani Air Force.


The Takistani Army has increased its presence in the region and now they are putting pressure against the rebel forces. A reinforced company enemy force has been deployed and the works on combat outposts around the airbase are increasing. The combat outpost pictured above, north of the airbase overlooks the main avenues of approach to the airbase and is looking good for a baptism of fire.

This entry just to show you some pics of the (built from scratch with the editor) combat outpost before we try to blow it into oblivion ...



A closer look at the combat outpost, looking southwest. The airbase is in the far background.
The southern side of the bunker has premium line of sight/fields of fire. The valley in the background is where the airbase is located.
A heavy machine gun position in one of the tips of the combat outpost.

The northern side of the combat outpost is a bit less optimal in terms of fields of fire/line of sight. Lots of dead ground.
The Takistani Army is relying on patrols to cover the deficiencies of the northern side of the combat outpost.
An inside view of the bunkers pointing north.
Another inside view of the combat outpost. Many bag fences to protect personnel from indirect fire shells falling inside the facilities.
Czech special forces personnel marching towards a training session for the rebels.
Cheers,

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nice!!......

RangerX3X said...

If I was that advisor I would be watching my back...

Desdinova said...

Somebody's been messing with init fields. Nicely done, JC.

glaterza said...

I´m really waiting for this one! :)

JC said...

Thanks for your comments, gents. More is coming soon. Work is a real bitch at the moment.

Cheers,