Ghost Recon

Weapons, Equipment, Compass, and Threat Indicator FAQ v.1.2
by Radiant Silverlighter

EMAIL:  macewindu_osu@yahoo.com

Email me for comments or questions.
Sources are personal knowledge, Modern Firearms page: 
http://world.guns.ru/assault/as40-e.htm, Military Analysis Network; 
http://www.fas.org, and G-4 Gadgets File; http://www.users.bigpond.com.  
Permission has been granted for reproduction of the information provided 
below.

Table of Contents
A. Rifleman and Demolitions Expert Weapons
B. Support Expert Weapons
C. Sniper Expert Weapons
D. Other Weapons and Equipment
E. Compass Navigation and Threat Indicator


A. Rifleman and Demolitions Expert Weapons 

OICW & OICW/GL Heckler & Koch  *only available to Rifleman Expert
Caliber: 5.56 mm NATO (KE) and 20x85mm (HE)
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt (KE), unknown (HE)
Overall length: 890 mm 
Barrel length: 250 mm (KE) 460 mm (HE)
Weigth: ca 5.5 kg empty; ca 6.8 kg loaded
Magazine capacity: 30 rds box (KE) and 6 rds box (HE)
Rate of Fire:  Semi-Auto, Burst-Fire, Fully-Auto

Description:  OICW  stands for Objective Individual Combat Weapon.
The key idea behind the OICW program is to increase effectiveness of the 
soldier and the kill probability.  To achieve this, the OICW has three 
major components: the Kinetic Energy (KE) module, which is, in fact, 
modified Heckler-Koch G36 assault rifle, High Explosive (HE) module, 
which is a semi-automatic, magazine fed 20mm grenade launcher, and 
computerized day/night sighting system with integrated laser rangefinder 
and fire control unit.  The system is advertised as being(or GOING TO 
BE) 5 times more lethal than current M16A2 / M203 combo. 
The GL module fires 20mm high-velocity grenades. Its real world 
counterpart fires grenades with programmable fuses, that can be set for 
Air Burst mode (grenade explodes at the specified range above the 
target; range is set via Fire Control module from laser rangefinder), or 
for Point Detonation (grenade explodes upon impact, this version is 
included in Tom Clancy: Ghost Recon). 


M16 & M16/M203 *M16/M203 only available to Rifleman Expert
Caliber: 5.56 NATO (.223 rem) 
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length: 1016mm
Barrel length: 508mm 
Weight: 3.77kg 
Muzzle velocity: 991m/s 
Muzzle energy: 1712 J
Magazine Capacity:  30 rounds
Rate of fire: Single shot, Burst fire, Full-Auto (not available in the 
game)

Description:  In the early 1960s the M16 was the standard weapon used by 
military/infantry personnel.  In the early 1980s the M-16 was modernized 
again.  The major upgrades included a new, heavier barrel with new 
rifling, to accept the new SS109 cartridge with a heavier bullet 
(designed in Belgium by FN).  This upgrade gave the bullet fired from 
M16 a more flat and stable trajectory. Other upgrades included a new 
mode of fire.  A 3 round burst was added to single-shot and full-auto 
modes of the original M16 (however, only a 3 round burst is available in 
the game), with height elevation and windage adjustment.  Also installed 
was a new circular-cross shaped hand guard instead 
of the old triangular-cross shaped one.  Latest modification of the M16 
family is the M16A3 and the M16203, which is exactly the same as M16 
except for integral carrying handle, which is replaced to accept 
different types of scope mounts, laser-aiming devices etc, and a 
breach loaded HE grenade round.


MP5/SD Heckler & Koch *Rifleman Expert can only use MP5SD, Demolitons 
Expert 
can use both versions
Caliber: 10mm Auto
Ammunition Feed: Straight, translucent, synthetic magazine.
Mechanical sights: Rotary aperature rear sight adjustable for windage 
and elevation.
Optical sights: Any telescopic sight or aiming device compatible with HK 
claw-lock mounts; HK PULSE BEAM laser aimers mounted on cocking tube.
Width: 1.96 inches (50mm).
Height: 8.26 inches (210mm) .
Standard features: Bolt hold-open catch, ambidextrous trigger group & 
sling 
attachment points, translucent synthetic magazines. 
Optional features: Tritium sights (front & rear), semi-automatic fire 
only, 2-round burst (2-round burst is not available in the game), 3-
round burst, and fully automatic fire trigger groups, silencer.
Magazine Capacity:  30 rounds
Rate of fire: Semi-automatic, 3-round burst, and full-automatic.

Description:  One of the worlds widespread SMGs, the MP5 began its 
service in 1961 with Bundeswehr (West Germany Army) and other Germany 
law enforcement agencies. Today many armies and law enforcement agencies 
adopt MP5, including US Army and Navy. 
MP5 is a recoil-operated, roller-delayed blowback select-fire 
weapon(overall design is very similar to HK G3 battle rifle). It fires 
from the closed bolt, thus achieving a good accuracy. Standard sights 
are select range peephole rear and pos front sights. The MP5 
may be equipped with night or scope sights, laser-aiming devices, and 
tactical lights.  Old variants of the MP5 had ported metal hand guard 
and straight box magazines; Neves variants have polymer hand guard and 
curved box magazines to ensure reliable feeding.  For some time HK 
produced 10mm auto and .40SW versions of MP5 named MP5/10 and MP5/40, 
respectively, but now they are discontinued in favor of the newest HK 
UMP submachine gun. 
MP5's are rugged, reliable and accurate weapons one of the best in its 
class. 


SA80 *only available to Demolitions Expert
Caliber: 5.56 NATO (.223rem)
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Overall length: 780 mm
Barrel length: 518 mm
Weight: 4.13 kg (w. optical sight)
Magazine capacity: 30 rounds
Rate of Fire:  Semi-Automatic, Full-Auto

Description:  The development of the SA80 system (which included two 
weapons - L85 assault rifle and L86 Light Support Weapon) began in the 
late 1960s when the British decided to develop a new rifle which will 
eventually replace 7.62mm L1 SLR (British-made FN FAL) in the 1980s. 
SA80 is a gas operated, selective fire weapon.  It utilizes short piston 
stroke gas drive with gas regulator, which operates the AR-18 style 
massive bolt carrier with eight-luged rotating bolt. The bolt carrier 
rides on two guide rods, and recoil spring is located around third rod 
between and above guide rods.  The receiver is made from stamped steel, 
and is said to be strengthened during L85A2 upgrade program. The SA80 
accepts STANAG-compatible magazines. The one of the most notable 
features of the L85 is that it is issued with 4X optical sight, called 
SUSAT, as a standard, which seriously improves accuracy. Emergency fixed 
sights are also provided.


M4-CARBINE * only available to Demolitions Expert
Type: Compact assault rifle
Entered Army Service: 1997
Specifications:
Caliber: 5.56mm
Weight: 5.65 lbs
Range: 500 m
Magazine Capacity 30 rounds
Rate of fire: Semi-Auto, Full-Auto

Description:  The M4 is a lightweight, gas operated, air-cooled, 
magazine fed, selective rate, shoulder-fired weapon with a collapsible 
stock.  A shortened variant of the M16A2 rifle, the M4 provides the 
individual soldier operating in close quarters the capability to engage 
targets at extended range with accurate, lethal fire.  The M4 Carbine 
achieves over 80% commonality with the M16A2 Rifle and will replace all 
M3 .45 cal. submachine guns and selected M9 pistols and M16 series 
rifle.  M4A is exactly the same M4 except for integral carrying handle, 
which is replaced by Picatinny-Weaver rail system for mounting different 
sighting devices (as on M16A3). 


M136 *only available to Demolitions Expert
FFV Ordnance, Sweden and Alliant Techsystems
Primary function: Light anti-armor weapon

Launcher:
Length: 1,020 mm 
Weight (Complete System): 6.7 kg (14.8 pounds) 
Rear Sight: Range indicator, graduated in 50-meter increments 

Rocket:
Caliber:  84 mm 
Muzzle Velocity:290 mps (950 fps) 
Length:  460 mm (18 inches) 
Weight:  1.8 kg (4 pounds) 
Minimum Range Training:  30 meters (100 feet) 
Combat:  10 meters (33 feet) 
Arming:  10 meters (33 feet) 
Maximum Range:  2,100 meters (6,890 feet) 
Maximum Effective Range:  300 meters (985 feet) 
Penetration:  400 mm of rolled homogenous armor
Time of Flight (to 250 meters):  less than 1 second
Muzzle velocity: 950 feet (285 meters) per second
Operating temperature: -104 to +140? F (-40 to +60?C)
Ammunition: Rocket with shaped charge warhead

Description:  The M136 AT4 is the Army's primary light anti-tank weapon. 
The M136 AT4 is a recoilless rifle used primarily by Infantry Forces for 
engagement and defeat of light armor.  The recoilless rifle design 
permits accurate delivery of an 84mm High Explosive Anti-Armor warhead, 
with negligible recoil.  The M136 AT4 is a lightweight, self-contained, 
antiarmor weapon consisting of a free flight, fin-stabilized, rocket-
type cartridge packed in an expendable, one-piece, fiberglass-wrapped 
tube.  The M136 AT4 is man-portable and is fired from the right shoulder 
only.  The launcher is watertight for ease of transportation and 
storage.  Unlike the M72-series LAW, the M136 AT4 launcher need not be 
extended before firing.  Though the M136 AT4 can be employed in limited 
visibility, the firer must be able to see and identify the target and 
estimate the range to it.  Subsequent to the initial fielding of the 
weapon, a reusable night sight bracket was developed and fielded.  It 
permits utilization of standard night vision equipment.  The system's 
tactical engagement range is 250 meters and has been used in multiple 
combat situations.  The round of ammunition is self-contained in a 
disposable launch tube.  The system weighs 15 pounds and can be utilized 
effectively with minimal training.  

Note:  This weapon can cause damage to anyone standing behind the 
launcher when the weapon is activated.


B.  Support Expert Weapons

M249-SAW
Type: Squad automatic weapon
Entered Army service: 1987
Specifications:
Caliber: 5.56mm
Length:100 cm
Weight:16.3 lbs
Range: 800 meters
Magazine Capacity:  200 rounds
Rate of fire: 750 rounds per minute, Full-Auto

Description:  The Squad Automatic Weapon (SAW), or 5.56mm M249 is an 
individually portable, gas operated, magazine or disintegrating metallic 
link-belt fed, light machine gun with fixed headspace and quick change 
barrel feature.  The M249 engages point targets out to 800 meters, 
firing the improved NATO standard 5.56mm cartridge.  The SAW forms the 
basis of firepower for the fire team.  The gunner has the option of 
using 30-round M16 magazines or linked ammunition from pre-loaded 200-
round plastic magazines.  The gunner's basic load is 600 rounds of 
linked ammunition.



RPK74
Type:  Assault rifle
Caliber: 5.45 mm
Cartridge: model 1974, 5.45x39 
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt with 2 lugs 
Magazine capacity, rds: 75 
Weight: 3,200 g (with empty magazine without bayonet); 3,500 g (with 
loaded magazine) 
Full length (w/o bayonet): 933 mm
Length w/folded butt: 700 mm 
Sighting range: 1000 
Muzzle velocity, m/s: 900 
Magazine Capacity:  100 rounds
Rate of Fire: Full-Auto

Description:  The RPK74 is a heavier variant of the AK-74 assault rifle. 
The barrel has been extended, and made heavier to support the role of 
light machinegun. Like the AK-74, the RPK74 fires a 5.45 x 39 mm round. 
The selector allows for safe, semi-automatic, and fully automatic modes 
of fire.  Empty, the weapon weighs approximately 4.6 kg.  AK-74 series 
of assault rifles is a "direct child" of world-known AK47.  Following 
the world trend for small-caliber assault rifles, M.T. Kalashnikov 
created this weapon system for lightweight and low-impulse cartridge 
5.45x39.  When compared to M16, AK-74 shows a little poorer accuracy, 
but better reliability in battle environment and lower requirements for 
cleaning and maintenance during combat.


MG3:  Rheinmetall 
Caliber: 7.62 X 51mm 
Muzzle velocity : 820 m/sec 
Max. Range: 3750 m 
Battle Range: on 2-leg: 600 m / Mounted: 1200 m 
Measurements: Length: 1225 mm 
Weight: 11,5 kg 
Magazine Capacity:  100 rounds
Rate of Fire: 1200 rounds/min.  Full-Auto

Description:  No Description is available at this time.

C.  Sniper Expert Rifles

M24
Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 win)
Operation: Bolt Action
Feed: 5-Round internal magazine
Weight: 12.1 lb (5.49 kg) empty without telescope
Length: 43in (1092mm)
Sights: 10x42 Leupold Ultra M3A telescope sight (Mil-Dots), plus 
detachable emergency iron sights. (Redfield Palma International)
Barrel: 24" length, 1 twist in 11.2", 5 lands & grooves.
Stock: HS Precision - adjustable length.
Max Effective Range: 800 meters (875 yards)
Rate of fire:  Single shot, hand cocked reload

Description:  By the mid-1980s, the US Army's M21 Sniper Rifles, built 
on the M14 actions, were wearing out, and suitable replacement parts 
were scarce. The new world's political situation moved the focus of the 
NATO and the US Army troubles from the Europe to the Middle West. The 
flat, open desert terrains produced the need for the rifle with 
effective range up to 1000 meters. The US Army set the specifications 
for bolt-action, stainless steel barrel rifle with Kevlar-graphite 
stock. After final shoot-off between Steyr SSG rifle and Remington model 
700BDL, the latest was standardized in 1987 as a US Army's Model 24 
sniper rifle. The M24 has a 24" (609mm) stainless-steel barrel, with 
a bore specially cut for the M118 7.62mm NATO Match Grade ammunition. 
The barrel was rifled with a special Remington-developed rifling, called 
5R. It had five lands and grooves that make one turn in 11 1/4" (286mm), 
and the edges of the lands were slightly rounded to reduce friction. The 
stock was a composite of Kevlar and graphite. The buttplate is 
adjustable through a range of 2.7" (69mm) to accommodate all shooters. 
The Leupold-Stewens M3 Ultra telescopic sight is a fixed 10X scope. It 
has range-finding reticule and built-in compensator for bullet drop. 


SVD Dragunov
Caliber: Russian 7.62x54mm Rimmed 
Operation: gas operated, short stroke, rotating bolt; semi-automatic 
Capacity: 10 round detachable box magazine 
Weight: 4.31kg empty with telescope 
Length: 1225 mm 
Barrel Length: 620 mm 
Max Rate of Fire: 30 RPM 
Aimed Rate of Fire: 3-5 RPM 
Scope Type: PSO-1 with illuminated reticule 
Accuracy: less than 2MOA at 600m 
Rate of fire:  Single shot, hand cocked reload.

Description:  SVD was designed not as a standard sniper rifle. In fact, 
main role of the SVD Dragunov Rifle employed by the  Soviet / Russian 
Army is to extend effective range of fire of every infantry squad up to 
600 meters and to provide special fire support. SVD is a lightweight and 
quite accurate (for its class) rifle, capable of semi-auto fire. (Semi-
auto fire is n/a in the game)  First request for new sniper rifle was 
issued in 1958.  In 1963 SVD (Snaiperskaya Vintovka Dragunova, or 
Dragunov Sniper Rifle) was accepted by Soviet Military. SVD can use any 
kind of standard 7.62x54R ammo, but primary round is specially developed 
for SVD sniper-grade cartridge with steel-core bullet.  Every infantry 
squad in the Russian (Soviet) army had one man with SVD.
SVD is extremely reliable in all conditions, and designed for heavy 
battles.  It has backup adjustable iron sights as a standard option, as 
well as a bayonet mount (standard AK-47 bayonet type).  The Latest 
modernization incorporates a rugged polymer stock.  Also, for mounted 
and airborne troops developed variant with folding buttsock and 
shortened barrel (590 mm).  New flash hider/muzzle brake also installed.  
All modifications of SVD passed many real battle tests during Afghan war 
as well as many other local conflicts, including latest Chechen wars. 
SVD was widely used and copied across the former Warsaw pact countries 
and still in service with Russian Army and many Russian Law Enforcement 
agencies (as well in other CIS countries). 

L96A1  
Caliber :  7.62 NATO (.308 Win)
Operation :  Bolt Action
Length:  44.3 - 47 inches 
Weight :  14.33 lbs (6.5kg) empty without telescope
Barrel Length :  24 inches 
Magazine Capacity : 10 or 12 round detachable box magazine 
Maximum Effective Range:  1000 yards 

Description:  The L96A1 is the British Army designation of the standard 
AWC PM. The L96A1 won a British Army competition by a slight margin over 
the Parker-Hale M85 to become the standard sniper rifle for the British 
Army.  The PM utilizes an aluminum frame over which is placed a high 
impact plastic stock. An adjustable Parker Hale Bi-Pod is fitted as 
standard.  An updated version, the AW, features many minor improvements, 
including an easier bolt action, frost proof mechanism, muzzle brake and 
a 10x42 hensoldt telescopic sight.  The L96A1 is capable of sub MOA with 
military ammo, and gets to about half of that with good match grade 
ammo.  The AW is imported to the US by Accuracy International.

M82A1 
Barrett Firearms Manufacturing, Inc. and Unertl
Length: 57 inches (144.78 centimeters)
Barrel length: 29 inches (73.67 cm)
Weight: 32.5 pounds (14.75 kilograms) (unloaded)
Bore diameter: 12.7mm (.50 Caliber)
Maximum effective range on equipment-sized targets: 1800 meters
Muzzle velocity: 2800 feet (854 meters) per second
Magazine capacity: 10 round

Description:  The M82A1 is a 0.50cal semi-automatic rifle. The extreme 
power of the rounds it fires makes it ideal for taking out lightly 
armored vehicles.  The M82A1 is a semi-automatic, air cooled, box 
magazine fed rifle chambered for the .50 caliber high velocity round.  
The weapon system is comprised of the rifle (M82A1) with a Unertl 10-
power scope and an additional box magazine.  The system comes packed in 
its own watertight, airtight carrying case with an air release valve for 
aircraft transportation and the requisite cleaning rod and brushes. The 
basic M82A1 rifle is equipped with bipod, muzzle brake, carrying handle, 
metallic sights, and 10-round box magazine. 


D. Other Weapons and Equipment


M9/ M9 SD-PISTOL  Baretta
Type: Semiautomatic pistol
Entered Army service: 1990
Specifications:
Caliber: 9mm
Length: 217mm
Barrel length: 125mm
Weight: 850 g
Range: 50 m
Magazine capacity: 15 rounds
Rate of Fire: Semi-Automatic

Description:  The M9 is a lightweight, semiautomatic pistol manufactured 
by Beretta and designed to replace the M1911A1 .45 caliber pistol and 
.38 caliber revolvers.  The M9 has redundant automatic safety features 
to help prevent unintentional discharges.  It can be fired in either 
double or single action mode and can be unloaded without activating the 
trigger while the safety is in the "on" position.  The M9 pistol has a 
15-round magazine, and may be fired without a magazine inserted.  This 
weapon can have the hammer lowered from the cocked, "ready to fire," 
position to the uncocked position without activating the trigger by 
placing the thumb safety on the "on" position.  Silencer is optional.


Claymore Anti-personnel mine

Description:  The M18 Claymore anti-personnel mine consists of a curved 
rectangular plastic shell with a layer of a pound of composition C3 
explosive.  Because of the explosive charge, there is a small area of 
lethality directly behind the mine, as well as the area of devastation 
in front of the blast.  When triggered, the explosive releases the 
fragmentation face of the mine along with triangular and rectangular 
steel fragments and 700 deadly steel balls which blow out towards one 
direction in a fan-shaped pattern. 


Browning M2 .50 Caliber Heavy Machine Gun; Built by Saco Defense
Length: 61.42 inches (156 centimeters)
Weight: 
Gun: 84 pounds (38 kilograms)
M3 Tripod (Complete): 44 pounds (19.98 kilograms)
Total: 128 pounds (58 kilograms)
Bore diameter: .50 inches (12.7mm)
Maximum effective range: 2000 meters with tripod mount
Maximum range: 4.22 miles (6.8 kilometers)
Cyclic rate of fire: 550 rounds per minute


This is a stationary tripod-mounted belt-fed heavy machine gun. It can 
be found in a few fortified areas in Ghost Recon, and cannot be carried 
around.  During use, it requires a short period to cool in order to 
avoid overheating and jamming.  The Browning M2 .50 Caliber Heavy barrel 
Machine Gun, is an automatic, recoil operated, air-cooled machine gun 
with adjustable headspace and is crew transportable with limited amounts 
of ammunition over short distances.  By repositioning some of the 
component parts, ammunition may be fed from either the left or right 
side.  A disintegrating metallic link-belt is used to feed the 
ammunition into the weapon.  This gun is has a back plate with spade 
grips, trigger, and bolt latch release. This gun may be mounted on 
ground mounts and most vehicles as an anti-personnel and anti-aircraft 
weapon.  The gun is equipped with leaf-type rear sight, flash suppressor 
and a spare barrel assembly.  Associated components are the M63 
antiaircraft mount and the M3 tripod mount.

M-67 Fragmetation Grenade
The body of the M-67 hand grenade is a 2.5-inch diameter steel sphere 
designed to burst into numerous fragments when detonated.  It produces 
casualties within an effective range of 49.5 yards (15 meters) by the 
high velocity projection of fragments. The grenade body contains 6.5 
ounces of high explosive.  Each grenade is fitted with a fuse that 
activates the explosive charge. 

M2 Demolitions Charge
The M2 demo charge is capable of destroying roads, bridges, and other 
structures.

AN/GVS-5 Binoculars
Depending on the mission, snipers can use the AN/GVS-5 to determine the 
range to the target.  The AN/GVS-5 is an individually operated, hand-
held, distance-measuring device designed for distances from 200 to 9,990 
meters (with an error of plus or minus 10 meters).  It measures 
distances by firing an infrared beam at a target and by measuring the 
time the reflected beam takes to return to the operator.  It then 
displays the target distance, in meters, inside the viewer.  The reticle 
pattern in the viewer is graduated in 10-mil increments and has display 
lights to indicate low battery and multiple target hits.  If 
the beam hits more than one target, the display gives a reading of the 
closest target hit.

AN/GSQ-187 Sensor
The Remotely Monitor Battlefield Sensor System (REMBASS) and Improved 
REMBASS (I-REMBASS) contain passive sensors that, once emplaced, can be 
unattended for up to 30 days. The sensors are normally in an idle mode 
with very low power dissipation.  When a target comes into detection 
range, the sensors note a change in the ambient energy level 
(seismic/acoustic, thermal, and/or magnetic), and are activated.  The 
sensors identify the target (as a person or a tracked or wheeled 
vehicle), format this information into short digital messages, and 
transmit the messages to a monitoring device (either the SMS, the PMS or 
M/P).  Information received at the monitoring device is decoded and 
displayed, showing target classification and direction of travel.  The 
sensors send a test message on initial power-up to verify operational 
status. The repeaters send periodic test messages.  Operator 
calculations, based upon the sensor data, can be used to determine 
target location, speed, direction of travel, and number of targets. 


E.  Compass Navigation and Threat Indicator

1. The compass is the thin white arrow that hovers around the threat 
indicator. 

2. The threat indicator is broken into 5 "pads" that indicate forward, 
left, right, and behind. 

3. When the pads turn orange/yellow that means and enemy is in that 
direction.

4. When the circle in the middle of the "pads" turns red that means an 
enemy is 40 meters away from your present location and is in visual 
range. Use the pads to locate his position.

5. The compass is basically reduced to a small white arrow. The arrow 
always points north. The arrow rotates around the threat incicator as 
you turn on your axis.

6. You set way points from your map. Press the left trigger to bring up 
the map. You can set which team (Alpha, Bravo or both) moves where by 
moving the right analog stick, and selecting the team or teams you want 
to move by clicking on the highlighted team movement button at the top.

7. After you do that, bring your game map back up by letting up off the 
analog stick. Move the crosshairs across the map using the D-pad. When 
the circle turns white, that means you can move your team to that 
position. Just hit the A button and the point will be set. You will see 
on your map the line of travel your team will use to get to that point.
If the circle turns red it means that your team cannot go to that 
location. If your team cannot go to that location, it means one of two 
things. Either there is an geographic formation at that location (ie. 
tree, impassable shrubs, rocks, etc.) or your team cannot travel to that 
location because of obstacles in the way (ie. Cliffs, impassable rock 
formations, etc.)

8. After selecting your waypoint go back to the game screen. Above your 
compass/threat indicator a thick (but still small) arrow will appear. 
You will get radio conformation from your teammates, something like: 
"Bravo team movin out!" or "Be there in two shakes!" Follow that arrow 
(when it is pointing up that means you are going in the correct 
direction) to your destination.

9. You can set multiple waypoints as well. Do step 7, but before you 
return to the game screen just set more waypoints using the same process 
to get to your final location. You can set waypoints at the beginning of 
the mission and map out your entire route from insertion point to 
extraction point and all points in between.

10. Follow steps 3 and 4 to locate enemy positions along your route.

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