Author: tjzil
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Requirements: A.C.E. - Advanced Combat Environment, 1st Infantry Division ACU
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Version: Demo

Date: 2009-07-20 17:23

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Back To Sahrani

In "Back To Sahrani", its March of 2009, and Russia invades Sahrani. Their objective is to establish a base of operations in the Atlantic ocean. The United States believes this is part of an effort to launch missile attacks on America and her allies. The force to take back Sahrani sits 100 KM away, waiting to launch the assault force.

This campaign was designed to achieve a nice mix between realism and fun, the very same philosophy ACE was created by. Each mission will have a detailed briefing and the note section will be a continuing diary written by the soldier the player plays as if played in single player, to give you an idea of what would be going through a persons head in this conflict. The missions will be building upon themselves, so you will take a town in one mission, and it will be reflected in the next.

During the campaign, you and up to 5 of your friends (Single Player and/or 6 player coop) play as a US Infantryman during the re-invasion of Sahrani. You will play a variety of missions from air insertion ground assault, to base defense, to counter-insurgency. You will find yourself doing a late afternoon patrol one day and assaulting an air field the next. This campaign will also have a couple sister campaigns if this first one is successful. The sister campaigns will have you taking the role of the SF teams that complete objectives in the main campaign, or playing as the resistance troops you meet in the main campaign.

This demo campaign contains the first 3 missions of the infantry campaign. I'm releasing it to the public so you can give me feedback on what you like or don't like, and can provide me with bug reports.

Extract the .pbo file(s) to your ArmA\Missions folder.

- A.C.E. - Advanced Combat Environment
- 1st Infantry Division ACU

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