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"January 15, 1965 - Operation Game Warden and other operations like it were part of early attempts by the U.S. to help the South Vietnamese combat the movement of supplies along the Mekong Delta. The North would move supplies through Laos and Cambodia and then down the rivers near the Mekong."

— Map Briefing

Operation Game Warden is a map featured in Battlefield Vietnam. It is based on an operation undertaken by the United States of America to deny Viet Cong access to the resources in the Mekong Delta.

Conquest[]

"Operation Game Warden is a Head On Map. Each force begins with one Control Point. The force that controls the majority of the Control Points will cause the other team to begin a constant ticket loss."

— Map Briefing

Equipment[]

BFVietnam insignia TF116
Flag of the United States Task Force 116 - Mobile Riverine Force, United States Navy
Light vehicle(s)
Armored personnel carrier(s)
Helicopters(s)
Naval vessel(s)
Viet Cong Flag.svg Unidentified Viet Cong Forces
Light vehicle(s)
Armored personnel carrier(s)
Helicopters(s)
Naval vessel(s)

Bases[]

US Base[]

The starting base for Task Force 166. MUTTs, Hueys, PBRs and the ATC spawn here.

NVA Base[]

The starting area for the Viet Cong. 2 Mil Mi-8s, 1 UAZ 469, 1 BTR 60 and 2 Sampans spawn here.

Mekong Village[]

The nearest base to the U.S Base, there is a bridge from the U.S Base that can easily access this area. If captured, a MUTT, M113 and 2 PBRs spawn here.

West Island[]

The West Island can be accessed through bridges at the Mekong Village or at the Center Island.

Center Island[]

The Center Island is near the Inlet Camp and the West Island. A PBR spawns here if captured.

Inlet Camp[]

The Inlet Camp is the nearest base to the N.V.A Base. A UAZ 469 and Sampan spawn here when captured.

Gallery[]

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