Can anyone ID this SAM. And are those kill tallies? Posted on March 9, 2023 by PrepHole Contributor Can anyone ID this SAM. And are those kill tallies?
It's a Stinger DMS.
thanks for being utterly worthless in battlefield 2 you piece of shit
That's practically any multiplayer shooter, to "maintain balance" they make anti-vehicle weapons nerf guns
bro you dont understand, these were static emplacements, and they were the ONLY form of AA available to infantry, meanwhile the anti-tank class could atleast carry an anti-tank missile around
this was so much bullshit because any decent helicopter duo will keep the AA sites destroyed while wreaking havoc among your team
and if by some miracle you manage to jump on the site and get a shot off, the enemy heli will deploy flares, evade the missile and immediate vaporize you and the AA emplacement with a TV missile
only just noticed the big tank of coolant since these (I presume) don't use the BCU for these
Stingers are not crazy expensive AA all things considered. They can take down fighter jets.
>Can anyone ID this SAM
"The Dual Mount Stinger (DMS) is a tripod-mounted launch platform for the Stinger Missile developed by Hughes Missile Systems Company (HMSC) for the SHORAD Project Office."
drone kills possibly
This whole war reminds me of bf3/4. Damn those BTR sound effects were accurate in the game
mfw our commander calls arty on the flag before it is fully capped
literally me every time for 10 years
i remember this time as a commander, i saw with the satellite scan a group of 3 chucklefucks trying to backcap in Strike at Karkand 64 player
there was noone on my team around, and i had no mic, so i called an arty strike on the place i thought they'd be
i led the shot perfectly and capped all 3 bros, good shit
best part was neutralizing the flag, waiting to listen for the artillery firing and then running under the concrete pads for protection
That’s a lot of kills for a single team. They must be using these to defend point targets
I wondered how they handle the sensor cooling argon, turns out they just have a bigass tank of it lol
Simple and cheap solutions are sometimes the best solutions
That’s the legendary stinger
Is it strange to anyone else that their kill tallys are the Ukrainian symbol? Do you not mark your kills with your enemie's symbol? I feel like that is what I have seen in the past.
This is friendly fire.
Thy were soviet messerschmitts
Soviet Union used red stars as killmarks for some reason, later on and into modern day Russia they even used them to mark a little of everything like droping live ordnance in training and shit like that.
Looks both funny and sad to see a late 80s Flanker or Fencer from some flight school regiment with more "killmarks" than most Soviet Aces of WW2.
Yeah it seemed strange to me because I've always seen enemy insignia used for kill marks.
But apparently Soviets did it like this so whatever floats their boat.
my grandpa's brother shot down four british fighter planes and a bomber (disputed but he always said he did it) during the war and used four cartoon anthropomorphic baby goats and a ram as kill tallies
Does it have any benefit over a regular, hand-held stinger?
Sure, it's much easier for operator maintain focus without heavy tube on shoulder.
He has two of them. What are you - Fucking retarded?
Why just 2 then? Wouldn't 4 be better?
how about 8 and on wheels
Ukie ass lookin too dummy thicc for that tiny seat. What gives, America?