Author Topic: Shadows in the Jungle - A CMP FH2 Pacific Campaign is now Open  (Read 129 times)

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It's here! The long waited and highly acclaimed Pacific theatre is back for another CMP Campaign.

Over 12 battles you'll be able to play battle tested classics mixed together with brand new maps that have never been played before. If you've missed the Pacific theatre, grab this opportunity, and enjoy great content only available in CMP's custom FH2 campaigns.

Get your gaming gear ready for the hot jungles, muddy terrain and shark infested waters of the Philippines, Guadalcanal, Roi-Namur, Henderson, Peleliu, Kwajalein and other beautifully designed maps.

 Experience brutal battles, organised amphibious attacks, total carnage, outstanding gameplay and the best Forgotten Hope 2 Teamwork there is.

What are you waiting for?
Click the sign-up button, choose your regiment and  join this amazing campaign!






In this FH2 Campaign you will experience:

FH2 non-stop action to its limits, close rounds, amphibious attacks, efficient organised defences and the exhilaration of being victorious.
  12 battles in the Pacific with custom content and maps you won't play anywhere else.
Train and prepare yourself for every battle with your regiment on our training server.
Fight battles with up to 100 players.
Earn promotions and brand new medals for your achievements.
Communicate directly with your squad using Teamspeak and apply well planned? strategy and tactics not seen on any public servers.
Form new friendships with like-minded people from all over the world.

Taking part is completely free and everybody is welcome!

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FRIDAY , September 23rd, 18hUTC , the Scrimmage will be played in the Forgotten Hope 2 Campaign

History
"The scrimmage's are there to help players get to know each other in their various companies and regiments, while it allows the mappers and admins to look for issues in the maps when they are played with a larger player base.  "



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FRIDAY , September 30th, 18hUTC , the map Invasion of the Phillipines will be played in the Forgotten Hope 2 Campaign

History
"The Battle of the Philippines was the invasion of the Philippines by Japan in 1941 to 1942 and the defense of the islands by Filipino and United States forces. The defending forces outnumbered the Japanese invaders by 3 to 2, but were a mixed force of non-combat experienced regular, national guard, constabulary, and newly created Commonwealth units; the Japanese used their best first-line troops at the outset of the campaign. The Japanese 14th Army also concentrated its forces in the first month of the campaign, enabling it to swiftly overrun most of the Pacific islands.."






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FRIDAY , October 7th, 18hUTC , the map Sittang Bridge will be played in the Forgotten Hope 2 Campaign

History
"The Battle of Sittang Bridge was part of the Burma campaign during the Second World War. Fought between 19 February and 23 February 1942, the battle was a victory for the Empire of Japan, with many losses for the British Indian Army, which was forced to retreat in disarray. Brigadier Sir John George Smyth, V.C.—who commanded the British Indian Army at Sittang Bridge—called it "the Sittang disaster".

The Sittang Bridge was an iron railway bridge spanning several hundred yards across the River Sittang (now Sittaung) near the south coast of Burma (now Myanmar). The 17th Indian Infantry Division had given "everything it had" at the Battle of Bilin River and was already weak. Now in retreat, they finally received permission to withdraw across the Sittang on 19 February. They disengaged from the enemy under cover of night, and fell back 30 miles (50 km) westwards along the track that led to the bridge.

The Japanese 214th and 215th Regiments advanced, aiming to cut the British forces off at Sittang. Lieutenant General William Slim (later Field Marshal Sir William Slim), who took command of the Burmese theatre shortly after the battle ended, called the Sittang Bridge "the decisive battle of the first campaign"."






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