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posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 03:50 PM
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Update


Update on RPG War thread

Allies

United States: Zaphod58, WestPoint23, deltaboy
United Kingdom: ludachris
Japan: None
South Korea: American Mad Man, Raideur

Communist Nations

China: Shadow XIX
North Korea: Josh Gator54

Judges: LiquidationOfDiscrepancy, Howmuchisthedoggy, Empty



REMEMBER CAN BE MORE THAN 1 PERSON PER COUNTRY! ( I'd like to have China have the most players though)


Any Mod help would be wonderful. Any ideas on the map we could use? I like the Korean map Raideur posted.

[edit on 033131p://444 by LiquidationOfDiscrepancy]

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posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 04:06 PM
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Ok, I’m still compiling info in US Army and Marine Corps. forces in southeast Asia, I’ll post on the basics a little later. Also, wouldn't we need a map of the entire southeast regain? Since any realistic war would include the use of sea and air over the local countries involved?



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 04:10 PM
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Yes, we need to find a large scale map, and maybe icons to represent tanks movement ect. I wonder that since this thread is now in BTS "General Chit Chat" will it be harder for our members to find this thread?



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 04:17 PM
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Woot im on China Troops wont be a issue
. what about ignorant_ape and watch_the_rocks there still on the China team right?



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 04:27 PM
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Update

Allies

United States: Zaphod58, WestPoint23, deltaboy
United Kingdom: ludachris
Japan: None
South Korea: American Mad Man, Raideur

Communist Nations

China: Shadow XIX, ignorant_ape, watch_the_rocks
North Korea: Josh Gator54
Russia: WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE

Judges: LiquidationOfDiscrepancy, Howmuchisthedoggy, Empty


Still need more members in NK, China, Russia, UK, Japan, and SK

Plus we need a large scale map, and some icons to represent different military bases, troops, ect.



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posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 04:37 PM
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We need a map of the following:

US
UK
Asia


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posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 04:53 PM
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RUSSIA:

50,000 main battle tanks

-10 divisions, 7 brigades and 13 regiments

600 surface-to-surface missiles with nuclear capability

2,600 attack and transport helicopters

670,000 officers and enlisted personnel

Vehicles list:

BMP-3 Infantry Combat Vehicle
BMPT Combat vehicle
BMR-3 Mine-Clearing Armored Vehicle
BREM-1 Armoured Recovery and Repair Vehicle
DT-30P Twin-link tracr carrier
GRAD BM-21 122 mm 40-tube multiple launch rocket system
IMR-2MA Obstacle Clearing Vehicle
IMZ-8.103 GEAR-UP Army Motorcycle
MI-24 Hind Attack Helicopter
2S19M1-MSTA Self-propelled howitze
MT-LB6MB Multipurpose Tracked Light Armored Vehicle
MTU-72 Bridge Layer
2S9 NONA-S 120-mm Self-propelled gun
2S23 NONA-SVK 120 mm Self-Propelled Gun
Pchela-1T Light unmanned reconnaissance aircraft
RPG-7V1 Rocket Launcher
S-300V (SA-12) Missile system
T-80UK Command Tank
T-90S Main battle tank
TOR-M1 Surface-To-Air Missile System
2S31 VENA 120 mm Automated Self-Propelled Gun
URAL-4320-31/10 Truck
URAL-43206 Truck
URAL-4320B Truck
URAL-5323-21 Truck

GUNS:

2A42 30 mm autocannon
AK-47 7.62 mm assault rifle produced and used worldwide
AK-74 5.45 mm assault rifle used as standard assault rifle of the Russian military
AN-94 5.45 mm assault rifle planned to replace the AK-74 in service
Dragunov sniper rifle
Makarov 9 mm semi-automatic pistol
RPK-74 5.45 mm light machine gun
SKS semi-automatic rifle
SVD sniper rifle

NUCLEAR CAPABLITY:

5,000 strategic warheads currently active on missiles, bombers, or submarines

3,400 live tactical nuclear weapons


11,600 uncertain status
Most of these have been removed from their delivery systems. It is not known how many of these are operational

WILL UPDATE WITH ANY NEW INFORMATION

NAVAL FORCE

Grisha I class
Nanuchka I class
Nanuchka II class
Grisha II class
Nanuchka III class
Nanuchka IV class
Tarantul I class
Grisha III class
Tarantul II class
Pauk I class
Dergach class
Pauk II class
Parchim II class
Grisha IV class
Tarantul III class
Grisha V class
[edit]
Frigates
Krivak I class
Bditelnyy, "Watchful" (1970)
Bodryy, "'Brisk'" (1971)
Svirepyy (1971)
Strozhevoy, "Vigilant" (1972), involved in a mutiny in 1975, this incident inspired the novel Hunt for Red October.
Razyashciy (1973)
Rasumnyy Clever(1974)
Druznyy, "'Friendly" (1975)
Dostoynyy, "Virtuous" (1971)
Doblestnyy, "Valourous" (1973)
Deyatelnyy Active(1973)
Zharkyy, "Heated" (1975)
Bezzevetniy Serene(1978)
Retivyy, "Ardent" (1976)
Leningradsky Komsomolets (1976), renamed Legkiy, "Light" in 1992.
Letuchiy, "Flighty" (1977)
Pylkiy, "Fervent" (1979)
Zadornyy, "Passionate" (1979)
Bezukoriznenny Irreproachable(1980)
Ladnyy, "Harmonious" (1980)
Porvistiy (1980)
Mod Krivak I class
Krivak II class
Rezvyy, "Frisky" (1975)
Reskiy, "Sharp" (1976)
Grozyachiy, "Threatening" (1977)
Razitelniyy, "Striking" (1977)
Neukrotimyy, "Untamable" (1978)
Besmennyy, "Unchanging" (1979)
Gordelivyy, "Proud" (1979)
Gromkyy, "Loud" (1979)
Revnostnyy, "Zealous" (1980)
Ryavnyy (1980)
Pitlivyy (1982)
Yastreb class
Tartarstan/Gepard class
[edit]
Destroyers
Kashin class destroyer
Komsomolets Ukrainy (1960)
Soobrazitelny -Adaptable(1961)
Provorny -Agile(1962)
Obraztsovy -Exemplary(1964)
Odarenny -Gifted(1964)
Otvazhny - Courageous(1964)
Steregushchy -Watchful(1966)
Krasny Kavkaz (1966)
Re#elny -Decisive(1966)
Strogiy -Severe (1967)
Smetlivy -Resorceful(1967)
Krasny Krym (1969)
Sposobny -Capable(1970)
Skory -Fast(1971)
Mod Kashin
Ognevoy -Fiery(1963)
Slavny -Glorious(1965)
Stroyny -Harmonious(1965)
Smyshleny -Humourous(1966)
Smely - Valiant(1968)
Sderzhanny -Restrained(1972)
Rajput (built for Indian Navy)(1980)
Rana (built for Indian Navy)(1982)
Ranjit (built for Indian Navy)(1983)
Ranvir (built for Indian Navy)(1986)
Ranvijay (built for Indian Navy)(1988)
Kara class
Nikolayev (1969)
Ochakov (1972)
Kerch (1972)
Azov (1973)
Petropavlosk (1974)
Tashkent (1975)
Vladivostok (1976)
Sovremennyy class
Sovremenny - Modern (1980)
Otchayanny - Merciless (1982)
Otlichnyy - Perfect (or Excellent) (1983)
Osmotritelnyy - Circumspect (1984)
Bezuprechnyy - Irreproachable (1985)
Boyevoy - Militant (1986)
Stoykiy - Steadfast (1986)
Okrylennyy - Inspiring (1987)
Burnyy - Fiery (1988)
Gremyashchiy - Thunderous (originally Vedushchiy)(1988)
Bystryy - Quick (1989)
Rastoropnyy - Prompt (1989)
Bezboyaznenny - Intrepid (1990)
Bezuderzhannyy - Tenacious (1991)
Bespokoynyy - Restless (1992)
Nastoychivyy - Reliable (originally Moskovskiy Kosomolets) (1993)
Besstrashnyy - Fearless (1994)
Vazhnyy - Eminent (not completed)
Vdumchivyy - Thoughtful (not completed)
Udaloy I class
Udaloy -Bold(1980)
Vice-Admiral Kulakov (1980)
Marshal Vassilevski (1982)
Admiral Zakharov (1982)
Admiral Spiridonov (1983)
Admiral Tributs (1983)
Marshal Shaposhnikov (1985)
Severomorsk (1985)
Admiral Levchenko (1987)
Admiral Vinogradov (1987)
Admiral Kharlamov (1988)
Admiral Panteleyev (1990)
Udaloy II class
Admiral Chabenko (1995)
Admiral Basisty (not completed)
Admiral Kucherov (not completed)
[edit]
Cruisers
Diana class (1898-1945?)
Aurora
Komintern, ex Pamyat Merkuriya
Chervona Ukraina
Karsnyi Krym, ex Profintern
Krasnyi Kavkaz
Kirov class (1937-1974?)
Kirov
Voroshilov
Maxim Gorky
Molotov
Kalinin
Kaganovich
Chapaev Class
Sverdlov Class
Slava class, a non-nuclear, reduced-size version of the Kirov battlecruisers
Slava
Marshal Ustinov
Lobov later taken over by the Ukraine as Vilna Ukraina
Chervona Ukraina, renamed Varyag
[edit]
Amphibious assault
Ivan Rogov class
Ivan Rogov
Alligator class
[edit]
Battlecruisers
Kirov class (1980-)
Kirov, later Admiral Ushakov (1977-)
Frunze, later Admiral Lazarev (1984-1994)
Kalinin, later Admiral Nakhimov (1988-1999)
Yuri Andropov, later Pyotr Velikhy (1996-)
Dzerzhinsky (incomplete)
[edit]
Battleships
Conte di Cavour class
Novorossiisk, formerly the Italian Giulio Cesare (1949-1955)
[edit]
Aircraft carriers/Aviation cruisers
Moskva class (1964–1991)
Moskva (1964–1991)
Leningrad (1968–1991)
Kiev class (1972–1997)
Kiev (1972–1993)
Minsk (1975–1993)
Novorossiysk (1978–1993)
Admiral Gorshkov (1982–1995)
Kuznetsov class (1985-)
Kuznetsov (1985–)
Varyag (incomplete)
Ulyanovsk class
Ulyanovsk (incomplete)
Unnamed
[edit]
Submarines

K-219 in distressList of Soviet and Russian submarine classes
[edit]
SS/SSK
Zulu class
Whiskey class
Quebec class
Romeo class
Foxtrot class
B-37 (?-1962)
B-427 Scorpion (1971-1994)
Tango class
Bravo class
Kilo class
Losos class
[edit]
SSB
Golf II class
K-129 (?-1968), famous for the CIA recovery operation using the Hughes Glomar Explorer
[edit]
SSG
Whiskey class Twin Cylinder
Whiskey class Long Bin
Juliett class (1962-1994)
K-77 (?-1994)
[edit]
SS (Auxiliary)
India class
Belouga class
Lima class
[edit]
SSN
November class (1958-?)
K-3 (1958-?)
K-8 (?-1970)
K-159 (1963-1989)
Victor I class
Victor II class
Victor III class
Alfa class
Mike class, a successor to the Alfa class
K-278 Komsomolets (?-1989)
Sierra I class
Sierra II class
Sierra III class
Akula I/Bars class
Akula II class
[edit]
SSBN
Hotel class
K-19 (1959-1991)
K-33 (1969-1990)
K-55 (1962-?)
K-178 (1962-?)
K-40 (1962-1990)
K-16 (1963-1990)
K-145 (1963-?)
K-149 (1964-1990)
Yankee I class
K-140 Leninets
K-26
K-32
K-216
K-207
K-210
K-249
K-253
K-395
K-408
K-411
K-418
K-420
K-423
K-426
K-415
K-403
K-245
K-214
K-219
K-228
K-241
K-444
K-399
K-434
K-236
K-389
K-252
K-258
K-446
K-451
K-436
K-430
Yankee II class (1968-?)
Yankee Sidecar class
Yankee Pod class
Yankee Stretch class
K-219 (?-1986)
Delta I class
Delta II class
Delta III class
Delta IV class
K-129
Typhoon class (1981-)
[edit]
SSGN
Echo class
K-131
Papa class
K-222 (1970-1988)
Yankee Notch class
Charlie I class
Charlie II class
Oscar I class
Oscar II class
K-141 Kursk (?-2002)
[edit]
SSN (Auxiliary)
Uniform class
Graney class

naval source=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ships_of_the_Soviet_Navy





[edit on 1-12-2005 by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE]



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 04:58 PM
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Originally posted by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE
RUSSIA:

50,000 main battle tanks

-10 divisions, 7 brigades and 13 regiments

600 surface-to-surface missiles with nuclear capability

2,600 attack and transport helicopters

670,000 officers and enlisted personnel

Vehicles list:

BMP-3 Infantry Combat Vehicle
BMPT Combat vehicle
BMR-3 Mine-Clearing Armored Vehicle
BREM-1 Armoured Recovery and Repair Vehicle
DT-30P Twin-link tracr carrier
GRAD BM-21 122 mm 40-tube multiple launch rocket system
IMR-2MA Obstacle Clearing Vehicle
IMZ-8.103 GEAR-UP Army Motorcycle
MI-24 Hind Attack Helicopter
2S19M1-MSTA Self-propelled howitze
MT-LB6MB Multipurpose Tracked Light Armored Vehicle
MTU-72 Bridge Layer
2S9 NONA-S 120-mm Self-propelled gun
2S23 NONA-SVK 120 mm Self-Propelled Gun
Pchela-1T Light unmanned reconnaissance aircraft
RPG-7V1 Rocket Launcher
S-300V (SA-12) Missile system
T-80UK Command Tank
T-90S Main battle tank
TOR-M1 Surface-To-Air Missile System
2S31 VENA 120 mm Automated Self-Propelled Gun
URAL-4320-31/10 Truck
URAL-43206 Truck
URAL-4320B Truck
URAL-5323-21 Truck

GUNS:

2A42 30 mm autocannon
AK-47 7.62 mm assault rifle produced and used worldwide
AK-74 5.45 mm assault rifle used as standard assault rifle of the Russian military
AN-94 5.45 mm assault rifle planned to replace the AK-74 in service
Dragunov sniper rifle
Makarov 9 mm semi-automatic pistol
RPK-74 5.45 mm light machine gun
SKS semi-automatic rifle
SVD sniper rifle

NUCLEAR CAPABLITY:

5,000 strategic warheads currently active on missiles, bombers, or submarines

3,400 live tactical nuclear weapons


11,600 uncertain status
Most of these have been removed from their delivery systems. It is not known how many of these are operational

WILL UPDATE WITH ANY NEW INFORMATION



Good info, but please link to sources


Liquid out....



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:05 PM
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Ok ive updated the detailes and put in the site but not the link cause if i put in the link for some reason it just delets everythin i typed



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:20 PM
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heres a good asia map




posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:23 PM
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UK map



[edit on 1-12-2005 by WERE_ALL_GONA_DIE]



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:27 PM
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USA map




posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:35 PM
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Those maps are a good start. Lets keep searching to find the best one. Thanks Die



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:42 PM
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2 good asai maps







posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:44 PM
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Originally posted by LiquidationOfDiscrepancy
Those maps are a good start. Lets keep searching to find the best one. Thanks Die




Map of all of North America? Or just the U.S.?



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:45 PM
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a good uk map




posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:46 PM
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Most likely US, unless you want to invade Mexico, or Canada for military placement. Here is a decnt map of the UK.



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:49 PM
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Originally posted by LiquidationOfDiscrepancy
Most likely US, unless you want to invade Mexico, or Canada for military placement.


Not likely, its just that many maps show the U.S. mainland but dont add Hawaii and Alaska. Thats why i asked.

Okay I found a good map.

nationalatlas.gov...

That should be sufficient.


[edit on 1-12-2005 by deltaboy]



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:52 PM
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The republic of ireland is so MINE i will liberate my people ,lol



posted on Dec, 1 2005 @ 05:58 PM
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Okay this is a good map. Includes Washington D.C. ironically. If the opposing side decided to use this info.





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