this moves a red block allowing woody to jump from side to side on the walls to reach the top. red the red rail to the bridge ahead. the bridge will have two gates that are electrified. the current will appear and disappear over time. jump through the gates when it is safe and grab the battery at the end.
follow the rest of the team through the rusty gate up ahead and prepare for another big shootout up ahead. hide behind the destroyed walls down below and start taking out enemies in the streets as well as in the building. when the streets have been cleared, enter the building via the alley to the left and kill the soldier inside.
peek around the corner, and when the tanks turret swivels away from you, rush out to it and plant a charge, then run back behind the wall. now move out into the concrete building and proceed to clear it out, there are a bunch of japs stationed in there.
depending on what you are hanging, the mount or bracket is designed to support items such as a hdtv or picture frame of a specific weight and shape. adding a mount to a cinder block wall isn't difficult but it does require a specific set of tools to allow you to get through the concrete and stabilize the mounting space.
attaching a gate to a block wall means that you will have a live load on the wall. in my experience, most mechanical anchors will eventually work loose from the gate action regardless of the use of a 4 x 4 post or hanging the gate directly to the wall. i would suggest using an epoxy anchoring system.
--- objective: follow the road to the archives ----- after a few close encounters of the forth kind, you’ll find yourself outside and in the midst of war. get down off the parapet and into the insides of the base. kill any mercs in your way and run over to the main gate open it using the device on the wall.
once inside the stone tower you can head up the stairs and explore this area to find some new equipment, or head down the stairs and through the iron gate to find the switch that will lower the water level. once you've lowered the water level, head back into the tower and pull the lever, and then ride the elevator down to the bottom floor.
mount a masonry bit to the hammer drill and set the drill to the hammer setting. choose bit diameter according to your anchor manufacturer's specifications. bore anchor holes through each of the screw hole marks on the block fence.
you can hang almost any cabinet on cinder-block walls using concrete inserts. this is actually easier than hanging on stud walls, because you don't need to locate and hit studs. however, without