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#1598 Forgotten war planes

Posted by Community Manager on 26 January 2015 - 12:36 PM



While I was reading an interesting military weapons forum I came across this nice topic about forgotten war planes. I`m sharing these links with you hopefully if you can add more.








http://englishrussia...et-tank-planes/ - Soviet planes with tracks!!!

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#1606 Forgotten war planes

Posted by the_prophet1987 on 26 January 2015 - 08:06 PM

It would be cool to see one do that lol.

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#1607 Forgotten war planes

Posted by pkozukova on 26 January 2015 - 08:33 PM

It would be cool to see one do that lol.

Maybe at a later stage. But for sure they will make the game even more distinctive :)
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#1601 Forgotten war planes

Posted by the_prophet1987 on 26 January 2015 - 04:13 PM

So these planes with tracks,they could land almost on any kind of terain.............theoretically! :)

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#1890 Forgotten war planes

Posted by Darth Vader on 30 March 2015 - 06:53 PM

I like WW2 era planes, they were sturdier, could land on a dirt road, paved road, grass, maybe even sand, and these new jet fighters can land only on specially made airfields for them.

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#1193 Your favorite holiday of the year

Posted by pkozukova on 17 November 2014 - 03:55 PM



Christmas Holidays are coming, for many people they are not among their favorite ones. That is why let`s share which exactly are your favorite holidays duing the year.


Mine are Easter and the Independence day 3rd of  March.


What about yours?

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#1891 Forgotten war planes

Posted by the_prophet1987 on 31 March 2015 - 02:55 PM

Yeah except V-TOLs like the AV-8B Harrier II or F-35B Lightning II etc.,the can land anywhere!

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#1602 Forgotten war planes

Posted by pkozukova on 26 January 2015 - 04:23 PM

So these planes with tracks,they could land almost on any kind of terain.............theoretically! :)

Yes, that is what they say :)

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#1266 Your favorite holiday of the year

Posted by lovisa.smith088 on 03 December 2014 - 07:17 AM

Christmas, because I get to spend it with my family, which I only see a few times per year because they live somewhere else.

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#1625 Joke of the day

Posted by pkozukova on 30 January 2015 - 10:36 AM



Let`s have some laugh...


A blonde, a redhead, and a brunette were all lost in the desert. They found a lamp and rubbed it. A genie popped out and granted them each one wish. The redhead wished to be back home. Poof! She was back home. The brunette wished to be at home with her family. Poof! She was back home with her family. The blonde said, "Awwww, I wish my friends were here."

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#1267 Your favorite holiday of the year

Posted by the_prophet1987 on 03 December 2014 - 10:25 AM

Christmas is my fav too but it gives me a sweet depression,not the bad kind,the good kind lol.It's ok i'm listening AC DC after that and i'm good to go. :D

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#688 Combat engineering vehicles

Posted by Community Manager on 29 August 2014 - 11:40 AM

Dear forum friends,


We would like to start a new topic dedicated to Combat Engineering Vehicles and machines aimed to fix the terrain prior or after the battle and ease the winning.In thi s topic we would like to publish your favorite/preferred vehicle, and discuss it.


Today we will give a fresh start with M9 – Armored Combat Earth Mover.



M9 – Armored Combat Earth Mover


The M9 (ACE) Armored Combat Earthmover is a highly mobile armored tracked vehicle that provides combat engineer support to front-line forces. Fielded by the United States Army, its tasks include eliminating enemy obstacles, maintenance and repair of roads and supply routes, and construction of fighting positions.




It was first fielded in 1986, and is capable of supporting forces in both offensive and defensive operations. It performs critical combat engineer tasks such as digging hull defilade fighting positions for guns, tanks and other battlefield systems to increase their survivability. The ACE breaches berms, prepares anti-tank ditches, prepares combat roads, removes roadblocks and prepares access routes at water obstacles.



The engine, drive train and driver's compartment are laid out in the rear of the vehicle, while the front features an 8.7 cubic yard (6.7 m³) bowl, apron and dozer blade. Armor consists of welded aluminum with selected steel and aramid-laminated plates. An armored cupola containing eight vision blocks covers the driver's compartment. The vehicle hull is a welded and bolted aluminum structure with a two speed winch capable of 25,000 pound (110 kN) line pull. Towing pintle and airbrake connections are provided. It is equipped with a unique suspension system which allows the front of the vehicle to be raised, lowered, or tilted to permit dozing, excavating, rough grading and ditching functions. In addition, the M9 has armor protection against small arms and artillery fragmentation, a smoke screening capability and chemical-biological protection for the operator. It is capable of 30 mph (50 km/h) road speed, is transportable in C-130, C-141, and C-5 aircraft and can swim at 3 mph (5 km/h) under ideal conditions. Since the removal of swim missions as a task for the M9, the swim-related components are not required to be maintained.



By raising the dozer blade and using its scraper blade, the ACE can fill itself with ballast to improve dozing efficiency. Another key feature of the M9 is its unique hydropneumatic suspension system. The principal components are eight high-pressure hydraulic rotary actuators (four on each side) which connect to the roadwheel stations. During high-speed travel, this system assures a smooth ride through the use of shock-absorbing accumulators. In earthmoving operations, the operator rotates the actuators, thus lowering the apron and blade for digging.


Share your thoughts on this combat supporter or just upload your favorite one. What are your impressions on M9 ACE and have you seen it in any game?

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#1650 Best tactical strategy game based on WWII

Posted by the_prophet1987 on 03 February 2015 - 07:42 PM

I would definetly want to play the Battle of the Kursk but it was a massive battle with tanks minefields AT strongpoints and more.I don't know if you could recreate something as big as this in the game.Of course you can always make it more...........limited. ;)

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#1270 Your favorite holiday of the year

Posted by the_prophet1987 on 03 December 2014 - 02:10 PM

The food hell yeah.We have a christmas sweet in my country called: Melomakarono and it's have a taste from heaven.Too bad they don't make them the rest of the year,only at Christmas time. :unsure:

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#2028 Ground recon forces are opening with BRDM-2

Posted by nikolay on 09 August 2015 - 08:47 AM

Getting information about enemy disposition and strength is key element to determine combat approach and tactics. On the ground reconnaissance-in-force is your best bet to achieve better battlefield awareness. We have dedicated units to fulfill this role. Player and AI can use their superior detection range and high mobility to gain critical intelligence on both strategic and tactical level.
First in-game operational unit in this class is the BRDM-2 armored car.


Designed in the former Soviet Union in the 60s it saw widespread use in more than 30 counties with numerous modifications and upgrades. BRDM-2 has excellent cross-country mobility and amphibious capability. However, its thin steel welded armor offers limited protection only against small arms. GAZ-41 140hp gasoline engine is fuel hungry and susceptible to catch fire if hit. Armament consists of heavy 14.5mm KPVT machine gun and 7.62mm PKT coaxial general-purpose machine gun. BRDM-2 has crew of 4 and can carry 2 passengers.

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#2024 Motorized formation and transports roles

Posted by the_prophet1987 on 30 July 2015 - 09:37 AM

I don't want to go off topic but here you go!   :P




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#2010 Motorized formation and transports roles

Posted by nikolay on 11 July 2015 - 04:42 PM

First vehicle that was added to transport class is Ural-375D. It’s a general purpose 6x6, 4.5 ton truck with top speed of 76km/h. Ural-375 can transport troops, tow artillery pieces or trailers with max weight of 10t. It also severed as a main platform for BM-21 rocket artillery.

Productions run for 30 years from 1961 to 1991 with many still in service in former Warsaw Pack countries.


You could check that short video on how it work in War Cabinet


Importance of highly mobile units and combined arms was recognized since the WWII

Ability to quickly move man, equipment and supplies is critical for modern warfare. In order to quickly reinforcement’s key positions or to exploit gaps in enemy defense one would need high mobility.



Trucks become the workhorse of the army motorized infantry, tower artillery, logistic and supply units.


Now we have that included into the game to be used for your advantage or to be surprised by quick enemy relocation.



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#1984 Traffic from dod network information center

Posted by nikolay on 21 June 2015 - 10:48 AM

Just wanted to share that In the last weeks there is a big increase in forum traffic from US DoD (dod network information center), daily sessions detected. Compared to just few session for the whole existence of the site and forum

Sorry duds, there is no valuable intelligence gathering here, it’s just a game :ph34r: Check your algorithms B)

We will be happy if they like to play the game maybe even could provide some meaningful firsthand experience for us to implement as a game features :lol:

Wonder if there is such checking for other war related games and what provoked such activity increase?


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#1963 Major game updates in May

Posted by nikolay on 31 May 2015 - 09:36 AM

Dear gamers,

May was a fruitful month of development with couple of important game features been completed.

This includes, but not limited to:

World Weapons Market

Air combat with destructible aircrafts

Inventory Stockpile   

Revamped units navigation


View latest screenshots at site gallery: link



It’s a tradition to regularly showcase various additions to War Cabinet game.

In this case we’ve got infamous fighter Mig-21Bis armed with K-13M missiles.

This plane is the newest participant in the Air Combat module.

Air combat mechanics are revealed at: link


Kind Regards,

Mindheart team

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#1948 Battlegrounds

Posted by nikolay on 17 May 2015 - 07:35 AM

Dear Friends,

The War Cabinet game got more battlegrounds and weapons.

We are happy to share some pieces from the new missions and equipment.

Larger battles with vast tactical options are approaching you.

Don’t miss to check out screenshot gallery and stay tuned for major updates coming soon.

Do you recognize the new combat vehicles? What do you think will be their major challengers?


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