Now on Steam, the original swedish armed forces experience for ArmA.
Established in 2002 and still active today.
The Swedish Forces Pack (SFP) features for example advance missiles, buddy reload, backblast, "random" numbers on helicopters.
More than 30 completely new vehicles, including airplanes, helicopters, drones, jeeps and boats.
With soldiers and weapons from the UN operations in Congo in the 1960's to present day and beyond, in woodland, desert, and snow uniforms.
To enjoy all of this over 15 missions for 2-40 players are included, covering both adversarial and cooperative game-modes.
But wait, there is more! If you download now there will also be included Swedish police uniforms, and some criminals to play with.
2000-2015, contemporary equipment and weapons, with Woodland, and special forces variations as well as an assortment of sea, land and air vehicles.
1990-2000, post-Cold War with an abundance of iconic equipment from the period such as the Hkp 9 and Stridsvagn 121 and soldiers with both summer and winter gear.
1980-1990, late Cold War era, perfect for your own "Whisky on the rocks"-esque mission or why not tank battles with Strv 103B/C and Ikv 91.
1960-1964, Swedish troops and planes modelled on the troops that were sent to Congo during the Congo Crisis as part of UN's ONUC operations.
2016-2035, for experimental or limited use equipment, as well as modern UN peacekeepers and vehicles.
JAS 39C Gripen, the indigenous multirole fighter developed by SAAB. It is equipped for missions ranging from Combat Air Patrol, to CAS-missions of various kinds. Using pylons to equip weapons such as Rbs 15F, Rb 98 (IRIS-T), Rb 99 (AMRAAM), Rb 75, GBU 39 - the SDB (Small Diameter Bomb), or laser-guided JDAMs, as well as the infamous Bombkapsel 90. Now also equipped with a sensor suite worthy of a world class fighter.
S100B Argus, a Swedish Airborne Early Warning radar aircraft. It is equipped with a very powerful radar and is able to provide a complete picture of the battlefield.
Tp 84, the Swedish designation for the C-130 transport aircraft. The Swedish-owned planes are among those airframes with the most hours in the air.
Hkp 4, the Swedish-adopted Boeing Vertol 107, better known as the CH-46 when used by the USMC.
Hkp 6, the designation of the Bell 206 light utility helicopter when in Swedish service.
Hkp 9, the BO-105: a light utility and anti-tank helicopter.
Hkp 16, the Swedish designation for the UH-60 Blackhawk utility and transport helicopter.
Grkpbv 120, the AMOS (Advanced MOrtar System) in a CV90 hull.
Ikv 91, a highly mobile light tank armed with a 90mm L/54 rifled low pressure gun.
Strf 90C, a infantry fighting vehicle capable of carrying 6 infantrymen, armed with a 40mm Bofors autocannon it packs quite a punch. With firing from vehicle support, four soldiers can fight from hatches on the back of the vehicle. The SPAAG variant now has a fully functional radar.
Strv 103B/C, the famous S-tank, complete with a working driver/gunner gun laying system using the tracks.
Strv 121, leased Leopard 2A4s adapted for service in the Swedish army.
Strv 122, the modernized Leopard 2 of Swedish flavour.
Patgb 203, a three-axle wheeled APC, better known as the Patria Xa-203.
Patgb 360, a quad-axle wheeled APC, marketed as the Patria AMV. It is equipped with an M2 machine gun mounted in a Vapenstation 01 remote weapon station and carries 8 infantrymen in the back.
G-class landing craft, a small boat for transportation of squad-sized elements.
HMS Neptun, a functional 50m long submarine. It is armed with torpedoes.
HMS Norrköping, a missile boat with a fire control radar, enabling you to fire missiles on targets up to 5 kilometers away.
Strb 90H, a Swedish Fast Attack Craft capable of transporting (H)alf a platoon of fully equipped marines at speeds up to 40 knots. Armed with three .50-cal Ksp 88's, one in a manned turret, and two in a fixed forward-firing mount.
Svävare 2000, a hovercraft in use by the Swedish Amphibious corps, comes in both troop and vehicle transport variants and has full vehicle in vehicle support.
Trucks and Transports
Bv 206, a light tracked all terrain troop transport vehicle manufactured by Hägglunds.
Tgb 11, 20, and 30 families of transport and logistics vehicles, some armed, some unarmed.
Tgb 16, the BAE RG-32M mine resistant light armoured car in use by the Swedish Armed Forces. It can optionally be armed with a Vapenstation 01 RWS.
Tent 12, a tent - yes you read right, a tent - capable of housing 8 soldiers.
Anti-tank and Anti-air Launchers
GRG m/86, the Carl Gustaf, also known as the M3 MAAWS, "the Goose", "Charlie G" and more. It fires a number of different types of 84mm ammunition, and can be put to use against armour as well as infantry and low-flying aircraft. Comes with native buddy reload, and supports ACE's buddy reload system as well.
Pansarskott m/86, the AT4 84mm disposable single-shot recoilless anti-tank weapon.
RBS 57, the NLAW, a shoulder fired fire-and-forget anti-tank missle. Accompanied by ACE3 it features advanced targeting modes and overfly top attack.
RBS 69, the FIM-43 Redeye MANPADS, a light antiaircraft weapon that is effective against both fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft.
Anti-tank and Anti-air Turrets
RBS 17, the Hellfire Shore Defense System (HSDS), in use in the Swedish Amphibious Corps.
RBS 55, the BGM-71 TOW-2 anti-tank missile system which has been a mainstay of the Swedish army's anti-tank capabilities since the middle of the Cold War.
RBS 56 BILL, a man-portable SACLOS anti-tank system.
RBS 70, a Swedish beam-riding light anti-air missile system.
RBS 97, the MIM-23 HAWK in Swedish service.
7.5cm m/57 turret gun, a light coastal defense gun. Built in large numbers these were common if well hidden along the Swedish coastline during the Cold War.
Fh 77, a Swedish-made field howitzer.
GRK m/84, a 81mm medium mortar. With full support for the ACE3 Mk6 mortar loading and firing system.
Shgr 56, a Swedish fragmentation grenade with a 3.5 second fuse.
Shgr 2000, an improved Swedish fragmentation grenade with a 3.5 second fuse.
Shgr 07, a modern fragmentation grenade with the amazing feature that it jumps 1.5 meters into the air before detonating.
SIG P226, one of the pistols currently used by the Swedish Police Authority.
Pistol 88, the Swedish label for the Glock 17.
Signalpistol 80, a Swedish signal and illumination flare gun.
Ag 90, the Barrett M82A1 12.7x99mm NATO semi-automatic antimateriel rifle.
Ak4, the iconic H&K G3A3 modified for Swedish use. The versions featured are models A through D, with models B, C, and D equipped with a MIL-STD-1913 rail for optics. Models C and D also feature the Spuhr adjustable G3 stock, and model D is also equipped with the Spuhr G3 forend.
Ak5, the FN FNC with a Swedish twist. Models A through D are featured, together with a number of accessories such as the DBAL-2, Aimpoint CS, and the Aimpoint 3x Magnifier. (CBA A3 is required for switching between 1x and 3x magnification.)
CBJ MS, an experimental PDW chambered in 6.5x25mm CBJ, manufactured by SAAB Bofors Dynamics.
H&K MP5, the iconic German submachinegun, with and without a rail for optics.
Kpist m/45, the "Swedish K", a fully automatic submachinegun used by the Swedish Armed Forces between 1945 and 2007.
Ksp 90B/C, the FN MINIMI light machinegun.
Ksp 58B, the FN MAG, with and without rails for optics.
Psg 90, the improved Arctic Warfare model of the Accuracy International L96A1 sniper rifle.
Remington 870, a 12-gauge shotgun.
And much more.
Midsummer 2013 Release
We do our best to be 100% compatible with ACE, and to implement new features.
Let us know if there are any issues.
Radio systems for infantry.
Spawnable groups using the SFP factions.
Community Base Addons A3
All optics should be usable thanks to ASDG JR support in CBA A3
More immersive sounds for weapons and vehicles.
Radio system for both infantry and vehicles.
When using TFAR, the Swedish soldiers will use a Ericsson Radio 180.