I’d like to address something that I personally find an issue in operations. In the past couple of ops I’ve notice a massive increase in the amount of enemy weapons (This mainly being AT) that is picked up through the missions. I have always thought that we only picked up weapons from dead enemies in ermergency situations like "We have used all our AT and there’s a T-72 coming towards us!" or "We’re out of ammo and there’s no way to fallback!". It’s not long ago I saw a guy running around with an Igla (AA launcher). Why would we take an Igla? Surely if the mission asked for AA we would have had it when we spawned in? Just yesterday in an all infantry mission I saw a guy from my fireteam running around with a RPG-18 though no AT-4s had been fired at all through the mission.
I really feel like what is stated in the Rules and Regulations has been bent quite a lot:
I haven’t been in an op the last two months where I wouldn’t see someone having enemy grenades, AT or even guns on them. It feels like we’re playing dayz at some points and it’s hard to explain why but it does annoy me quite a lot. Of course we should have the ability to pick up an AT launcher when we’re in a fucked situation but at the same time shouldn’t we trust our gamemaster enough to believe that he is aware what our equipment is and he’s going to make the mission in a fashion that suits the loadouts?
What I’m really getting at is what you guys think. Should we just loot everything we come by or should we stick to our loadouts?