The standards go by the way side when bullets start flying. I've seen plenty of footage and photos of untucked pants, outdated equipment and such to conclude that it is an accurate representation of combat, and not some soldiers dressed up for a parade.
you trying to tell this to a marine who actually has been through this, all of my marines equipment were updated per sop as for untucked trousers i have to say yes they do get untucked i prefer the bloused look even in combat we represent the marine corps in a professional manner going on a patrol looking like a bunch of shit bags like you could care less doesn't make us look like a professional fighting force does it, anyways the point is i don't like the arma 2 marines they don't look bulky enough to me i want the correct plate carrier how about combat shirts as well not all of them have to use them also i know you can't really compare the 2 but i like the weighty look of the battlefield 3 marines if anyone has seen them they look bulky as i said and look like their plate carrier weighs something these pics aren't completely accurate but capture the "look" i would like to see represented in arma
I'd rather this discussion didn't fall by the wayside Lads. I'd like to see some updated Marines for Arrowhead.
Now granted, my service is twenty years down now, but I have to agree with Pe3rless in that unbloused boots would not have stood in any unit I know of way back when. We went to a fight, the sleeves were rolled all the way down and boots were bloused. We had good equipment and we didn't look like a bunch shit birds on parade. Anyway, just my 2 pennies.
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