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==Weapons==
 
==Weapons==
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*[[MP5K PDW]]
 
*[[MP5A4]]
 
*[[MP5A4]]
 
*[[MP5SD5]]
 
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*[[L85A1]]
 
*[[L85A1]]
 
*[[Steyr AUG]]
 
*[[Steyr AUG]]
*[[M-16 A2]]
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*[[M16 A2]]
*[[M14]]
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*[[M14 Assault Rifle]]
 
*[[82A1]]
 
*[[82A1]]
*[[PSG-1]]
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*[[PSG1]]
*[[WA 2000]]
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*[[WA2000]]
*[[M1]]
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*[[M1 Tactical]]
*[[SPAS-12]]
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*[[SPAS 12]]
 
*[[92FS]], SD
 
*[[92FS]], SD
 
*[[.40 USP]], SD
 
*[[.40 USP]], SD
*[[.45 Mark 23]], SD
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*[[MK. 23]], SD
*Desert Eagle (.50, .357)
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*[[Desert Eagle]] (.50, .357)
   
   

Revision as of 03:04, January 5, 2014

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Cover for Covert Ops

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Covert Ops Essentials is a stand-alone expansion pack of Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear. The training simulator was developed by Magic Lantern Playware. Six of the levels were done by Zombie Studios and three of the levels were done by Red Storm Entertainment. It was published by Red Storm Entertainment. It was released on September 28, 2000. It included only 9 new missions, due to the fact that the product was primarily developed as an educational program on real life counter-terrorism history and tactics.

Missions

  1. Lucky Snake-Northern Bolivia, 11/17/03, 14:13
  2. Artic Zebra-Artic Circle-2/2/04, 1100
  3. Brazen Heart-North Dakota, 4/15/04, 1850

Characters

Civilians

Control

Rainbow (Assault)

Rainbow (Demo)

Rainbow (Electronics)


Rainbow (Recon)

Rainbow (Sniper)

Weapons

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