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    1. Joint Ops has a particular building and a certain tree which can be legitimately ‘scaled’ (climbed-up/accessed) in order to gain an advantage over the enemy and/or to see/destroy a target in the distance. Well seasoned players know what building and tree I’m talking about, and for the others, please refer to the attached screenshots for reference.

      I use this particular building and tree in many maps (which have them) whenever I need to scout up ahead to see/eliminate BGs and to see/destroy targets in the distance. Also, the tree makes a great sniping platform in non-COOP maps allowing one to catch the enemy off guard, that is, until you’re eventually spotted. We well-seasoned snipers really dislike the advent of the ‘kill cam’…pfft!

      BTW, some AW2 mod maps also offer a large bent palm tree which can be accessed as well. Although one does not come across this tree in many maps, it's still out there from time to time.

      Try these out for yourself...cheers.

      >>> Sgt.Saunders <<<

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