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- AK-74 soldier
The AK-74 soldier is the Consortium's typical terrorist infantry unit hired from a variety of organizations from foreign nations, mercenaries to terrorist groups around the world. Well armed, but poorly trained compared to other units and with a slow rate of fire; they are useful for taking and defending a building. The AK-74 is the ideal unit for capturing POWs.
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- AK-74 soldier
The AK-74 soldier is almost the same as the U.S. Marine stat wise (although he cannot duck down or shoot anti-tank grenades as effectively). However, they cost $50 less. They can be upgraded at any moment to either the RPG or grenade launcher for different situations for some extra money. They are, of course, inferior to Task Force Talon infantry on stats alone, but three AK-74 soldier can be purchased for the price of one Task Force Commando (TFC) and remember TFCs can not get any extra upgrades.
Clothing of this soldier is very similar to the uniforms of the Russian army 90s with camouflage type "Flora".
Selected unit(s) will capture all enemy POWs in the target location designated on the map.
Selected unit(s) will hide behind cover, such as trees or civilian vehicles, to do more damage.
Costs $350. Replaces the soldier's AK-74 with an RPG-7 rocket launcher. Upgrade has to be purchased for each individual infantry unit.
|MM-1 mortar soldier|
Costs $300. Replaces the soldier's AK-74 with an MM-1 grenade launcher. Upgrade has to be purchased for each individual infantry unit.
- Eugen Systems, Atari, Act of War: Direct Action. March 15, 2005.