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oscar989

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#1 13 years ago

i think it would be neat so that when you are not firing and /or walking by an officer you salute or say a 'hello sir' automatically




Artie Bucco

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#2 13 years ago
oscar989i think it would be neat so that when you are not firing and /or walking by an officer you salute or say a 'hello sir' automatically

ugh :confused:. so the FH team should waste their time on something this useless? Either way FH represents a combat situation i doubt you would bother to salute if you were bieng shot at.




[CoUk]niu

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#3 13 years ago

Salute officers? Nah,why not punch them really hard in the face instead?




Guest

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#4 13 years ago

granted it would be cool, but wouldnt you rather they spend their valuable time doing something else productive?




McGibs

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#5 13 years ago

saluting officers makes them nice big targets for snipers. Gererally, you dont salute lower ranking field officers.




Nuggetman

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#6 13 years ago

It'd be a cool feature if it could be used like the right click on the katana... but I don't see it being at all needed, for anything other than cool screenshots.




Gauntlet

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#7 13 years ago

No need. As mentioned not that much saluting were done at the very first line of combat...DURING combat..




[130pz.]Kading

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#8 13 years ago

true there is little saluting on the front lines. now in the navy we only need to salute while on shore, comming aboard a ship, leaving a ship, or durring cerimonies in which saluting is required. otherwise a friendly "good morning, sir" will do. also, casual salutes on shore should be acompanied by such a greeting. also, sir is only to be used to adress officers. petty officers should be adressed as "petty officer" or informaly say a machinist's mate 1st class could be called MM1. chief petty officers are called "chief" senior chief petty officers "senior chief" and master chief petty officers "master chief." oh no! ive gone on rambling again, terribly sorry.

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Safe-Keeper

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#9 13 years ago

I can imagine that. A German MG infantryman sits hidden in bushes and a friendly officer walks up behind him. Then the USA hears how he blows his cover by going "Gut'n abend, Herr Lieutnant." I'd like a salute animation (like you can flip people off in Interstate), but it's in no way a priority. It would be nice to have in trailers, though:smokin:.




axkgkadragon

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#10 13 years ago

man if there was a stand at attention animation.....wow, i could have used that in so many movies