Clear the LZ because new details have been air-lifted in on Conflict: Vietnam, the next instalment of SCI's hugely successfully and highly enjoyable Conflict series.
No prizes for guessing that you're going to be transported back to the steaming jungles and psychedelic warfare of Sixties Vietnam. However what's crawled out from underneath the wire is that you'll be controlling a squad of four soldiers named Ragman, Junior, Hoss and Cherry who are cut off behind enemy lines during the infamous 1968 Tet Offensive - when the Vietcong launched a series of audacious raids on American bases and US-held cities.
Battling against hostile jungle environments and the invisible, though ever-present menace of Charlie, your four-man squad must try and make its way back to friendly territory in a series of 14 unique missions.
Initial intelligence reports indicate that there'll be plenty of Apocalypse Now-style gunboat action along Vietnam's many rivers, as well as daring missions to rescue hostages from enemy-held villages and even an off-the-map excursion into the ancient Vietnamese capital of Hue.
Yet Charlie won't have it all his own way as your heavily armed squad will be able to scavenge and salvage transport and weapons like tanks, boats and even helicopters to make their way home. You'll also be able to make use of fixed artillery emplacements and two-man mortar sites although there's no word yet on whether you'll be able to savour the smell of napalm in the morning.
Conflict: Vietnam is currently scheduled for a release this October on PC, PS2 and Xbox, but keep your eyes on the jungle soldier, because we'll be revealing further details real soon - 'ten hut!