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For the weapon pack featured in Battlefield 4, see Battlefield 4: Weapons Crate Pack.
For the commander asset, see Supply Drop

A Supply Station is a position stocked with materiel in support of a military operation. It may take the form of a Weapon Crate or Supply Drop crate containing weapons, ammunition, and gadgets. They may also allow the player to change their loadout.

Battlefield 1942Edit

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Ammo and health stations may be found at various locations throughout the maps of Battlefield 1942.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2Edit

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A Supply Drop in Battlefield: Bad Company 2.

Supply Drops appear in the singleplayer of Battlefield: Bad Company 2. It allows the player to change loadouts and/or resupply ammo. It will contain any weapons that the player has picked up earlier in the campaign, as well as C4 and the M2 Carl Gustav in certain levels.

The Supply Drop does not appear in the missions Operation Aurora, Cold War and Airborne.

The Supply Drop makes a few appearances in multiplayer as a static object, such as in Atacama Desert in Flag A for Conquest.

Battlefield 4Edit

Weapon Crates are featured in Battlefield 4. They contain default weapons for each mission, as well as any Collectible Weapons picked up throughout the campaign, and any unlocked by single-player Assignments. The weapon crate does not contain or resupply gadgets. Ammo for weapons is resupplied by standing near the crate.

Gadget Crates are also present, containing various Explosive gadgets. In the level Baku, only C4 Explosives and the M320 are available, while in Shanghai, only M18 Claymores, M15 AT Mines, and C4 Explosives are available through it, but in other missions they can contain anti-tank Rocket Launchers, anti-air launchers, and grenade launchers. Ammo for all gadgets is resupplied by standing near the crate.

Battlefield 1Edit


Weapon Crates appear in Battlefield 1 singleplayer, often be found in weapon tents and supply stations. Unlike previous games, they do not resupply the player nor allow the player to freely change their loadout. Instead, the crates are found individually scattered throughout the map, and each one contains a single piece of equipment.

There are three types of weapon creates. One contains firearms (including the AT Rocket Gun), one contains gadgets, and one contains grenades. If the player is already holding a similar gadget or grenade in their inventory, or has an incomplete inventory, they can add to their stock. Otherwise, the player will swap their active weapon or gadget.

Battlefield VEdit

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Supply Stations are fortifications that allow players to resupply and heal, as well as being the primary way to rearm ground vehicles. They may be found near control points, or built by Support players using their Advanced Toolbox.[1] Destruction of enemy supply stations may hinder their ability to function effectively. They can be destroyed by explosives or by crushing with a heavy vehicle. Aircraft supply stations are found in the air, and are represented by translucent rings that can be flown through or orbited to acquire ammunition.