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  1. My Gamespot Review I enjoyed it. I haven't played a lot of PSP games, so it's hard for me to compare it to anything else out there (SOCOM FTB comes to mind).
  2. Here are the official pics of JTF-2: http://www.dcds.forces.gc.ca/units/jtf2/pages/gallery_e.asp As far as uniforms go, when they are doing "Green" ops, the SOP is to wear the same uniform as a conventional soldier so that they blend in. They do wear different clothing for different ops - i.e. civilian-style dress for security, black/blue police-style dress for that kind of work. They have a "patch" but you won't find it on anyone's arm.... except maybe a poser. The CF has only recently procured sufficient quantities of CADPAT-AR (desert digital camo) uniforms, so you may see pics labeled JTF-2 with guys in other desert camo patterns (British, US). That photo is not Canada's JTF-2, it's associated with an Combined Joint Task Force Exercise - an entirely different beast. Here's the original page: http://www.jfcom.mil/newslink/photolib/cjt...-3725R-004.html
  3. Outstanding. Let the fun begin! Thanks Nemon!
  4. That's good to hear! Surprising though. My family has been in the dog breeding business for years. Porcupine wounds are extremely serious. The problem is in the way they are barbed appearantly (my sister is the vet tech, not me...). If the miss removing even the smallest fragment of quill it will keep boring deeper and deeper. I've seen quill fragments which embedded in the mouth sprout from the top of the muzzle over a year later.
  5. Not funny. They probably had to put the dog down.
  6. Canadian Operatives 2 has a ton of Canadian skins, plus a French Foreign Legion skin and a simple US Ranger skin. It also features a few Middle Eastern terrorists. Canadian Operatives 2 Manual G8 Special Forces (which is no longer supported) includes skins from the following countries: USA, United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, France, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain and Denmark. Also featured is a Japanese JGSDF. All these skins are based on original character models. Also available for download as non-playable character packs. G8 Special Forces Manual The original Canadian Operatives (also no longer supported) has a few old (poor quality) Canadian skins. Canadian Operatives Manual I also made some Serbian MUP Skins in a playable character pack.
  7. I think you got them all, but just in case, the full list of skins in Sabre Teams 1.3 is: Australian SASR (3 variations) Austrian GEK, Belgium Para-Commando, Brazil 1st Batalhao de Forcas Especiais, Canadian Airborne Pathfinder, Canadian Airborne, Canadian Armoured Recce, Canadian JTF-2, Canadian RCMP ERT, Canadian Sniper, Danish Jaegerkorpset, Finland Paratroop, French 1erRPIMa, French Foreign Legion, French GIGN, German Fallschirmjager, German GSG-9, German KSK (2 variations), Israel IDF Sayeret Mat'kal, Italian Col Moschin, Italian Comsubin, Italian GIS, Japanese SAT, Korean SWAT Team, Mexican Special Forces, Netherlands BBE, Netherlands KCT, New Zealand SAS, Norway HJK, Polish GROM, Polish SPAP, Portugal Commando, Russian Spetsnaz, Spanish UOE, Swedish Kustjagare, Swedish SSG, UK Airborne Pathfinder, UK Royal Marine Commando, UK SAS (Regular and CRW* Variations), UK SBS, US Army Ranger, US Navy DEVGRU, US Navy SEAL, US SFOD-D, US SFOD-D: Intelligence, USAF ParaJumper, USMC Force Recon. All the pics are here: Sabre Teams 1.3 Manual
  8. Gorgeous model. Really looking forward to this game!
  9. You may want to use my ATR generator to create large numbers of ATR files quickly and accurately.
  10. I did an RCMP model a while back that could be reskinned:
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