And how do you differentiate that FTO and (360) behaves differently ? We already asked what FTO meant, and the answer was that it is only there to help specifying which loadout has to be used. Which is the same technique as calling for a specific model haris, means you must take the haris loadout. If you don't call for the haris you are still allowed to use it. So if the rule calls for FTO, you must use FTO, if the rule call for nothing in particular, you can take any loadouts. If you want the answer to be : FTO means it is a completely different troop unit, which can not be taken in a fireteam unless specifically called for; then maybe you can re-open the thread where the question was asked and answered. it has nothing to do with words outside (X). There is a bunch of securitate with words outside brackets and they still all count as same models. I agree that skill/equipment are found inside brackets, but words outside brackets doesn't change the model.