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David I

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About David I

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  • Birthday 09/12/1955

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    Chula Vista, California
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    Military History, Computer Wargaming, Gordon Highlanders 1882 Reinacting
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    Construction Management

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  1. A Happy New Year to you all, and a belated Merry X-Mas. DavidI
  2. Nope. You are both the same person. Split personnality. If only Doctor Lechner was sane enough to talk to you, he would re-unite your torn egos. Or eat you...it's the risk you take. Well anyway one of life's little mysteries is solved for me. David I
  3. Badjuju, Your new Opel looks great in the pictures, however bmps 112202 and 112203 appear to be corrupted, at least my computer doesn't recognize them as bmps. Could you look into that and re-upload what looks like a great mod? DavidI
  4. Well there is a mixed bag of mod info for you. There are not specific PzEngineer or PzRecon uniforms, they fall under the title of "Mech Troops" along with PzGrenadiers. The bad news is that in the game the German Infantry and Mech troops share the same bmp numbers (except for the helmets) and so there is no difference between them from 1941 until May of '44. The Good news is that Andrew TF did an excellent mod for them. You will find them in Green as Jade's CMMODs - link given by the previous responder. However, back in the day, Andrew TF went by the Nom d'Plume of "Astro Cat". So go to GAJ's CMMODs/CMBB/Astro Cat/page 6/HEER-1 to find your mod. Enjoy, DavidI
  5. Cambronne, With the rarity value of "Normal" in July 1944 the German Panther A (early) is 302 points (with a 30% rarity value - newer models are available), and the Russian captured Panther A (early) is 525 points (rarity value of 150% - captured/reused gear is always more expensive). I think that having the rarity value turned "Off" skews the relative values off. King Tigers should not only be expensive because of their defensive/offensive capabilities but also because only a few hundred were made compared to thousands of Pz IV's. Anyway, that's my opinion. DavidI
  6. Chrizwit2, Lovely, absolutely lovely. DavidI
  7. Chrizwit, Those are f...ing Brilliant! Oh please do the 251/9, 251/16 and then the 250's. Oh please, oh please. Grovel, Grovel. After I put them "in game" I was blown away. I am truely impressed! DavidI
  8. I could use some help - During WWII the British Artillery and Armor tactical units we called Regiments, however I think that they were the size of an American or German Battalion, correct? Artillery Regiment would be around 12 X 25 pdrs, and a Tank Regiment around 50 tanks or so? Thanks, DavidI
  9. Feel free to do what you like with my mods, I just tweeked the ones of better artists than I anyway. My thanks to COG for his years of maintaining CMMODs, through crashes and heydays and his wife's issues and all. My hat is off to him and all the contributers, great and small, to CMMODs. DavidI
  10. I thought "Valkire" was pretty good too. Shame they couldn't come up with a happy ending.
  11. A Little Happy New Year Present - Tri-camo Jagd Tiger, done on MikeyD's bitchen JagdTiger, with Bogden's Tiger II camo pattern and his accessories. Option included has no accessories. Looks like: Enjoy, DavidI
  12. A little Christmas present for you all. I keep running into this old war horse in scenarios set in mid and late 1944. I thought they needed some paint, so...... Done with my usual mix of patterns on MikeyD's perfect Pz IV G mod. Happy Holidays to you all. DavidI
  13. A little Christmas present for you all; Late War German 50mm PaK 38, 75mm PaK 40, 88mm PaK 43 and 88mm Flak. Done in a late war pattern inspired by MikeyD's great JagdPanther. I thought these would look good defending Seelow Heights. Look like this: Happy Holidays, DavidI
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