You'll be able to freely touch down in Africa after finishing Main Ops 13. You should only do so after you do more main missions, because doing some more work will make traversing Africa a bit easier, like extracting more interpreters, for example. You should also try to put capture cages down so you can work on finding some rare animals while you're working through these areas.
It can be very hard to sneak into the plantation from the eastern road, but that's where you'll find the anti-air radar. You can find blueprints for the Uragan-5 inside a tent at the northern end of the plantation, and there's a music tape in a building a bit north of that. The delivery point's location is a bit odd, because on the map it looks like the middle of the plantation; guards stop moving past the middle as it progresses down the road to the southwest, so it may or may not be at the edge of the plantation's actual location. Either way, look for it around the halfway point on the map to find it.
|Music Tape: Midnight Mirage (Soundtrack)||Radio|
|Blueprint: Uragan-5||Northern Tent|
|Emblem Part [Word: Drebin]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Middle of Plantation|
|Anti-Air Radar||Eastern Road Entrance|
Ditadi Abandoned Village
Move upwards to the top of the hill one way or another until you get to the top, where you'll find a music tape and some blueprints. There's a delivery point on the road as it bends to the north as well, and the anti-air radar is nearby and within sight.
|Music Tape: Dancing With Tears in My Eyes (Ultravox)||Radio|
|Blueprint: G44||Top of Hill (Tent)|
|Emblem Part [Word: Old]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Road Leading North|
|Anti-Air Radar||Near Delivery Point|
Despite the camp's large size, there aren't as many soldiers as you'd expect there to be while free roaming. The southwest end of the camp is where you'll find the anti-air radar and a music tape. Inside of a wooden building a bit north of these are some blueprints to pick up. The delivery point for this outpost is also nearby, but it's more southeast than southwest.
|Music Tape: Too Shy (KajaGooGoo)||Radio|
|Blueprint: Stun Grenade||Wooden Building in Southwest|
|Emblem Part [Word: Guns of]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Southeast Corner|
|Anti-Air Radar||Southwest Corner|
Kungenga Mine is a very large place with lots of buildings to search. If you get caught at all, you'll find it very hard to continue through the mine. Fortunately, most of the buildings around the crater contain only resources. You can find a delivery point at the northern edge of the crater, and on the eastern edge is the anti-air radar and a music tape. Walk down the wooden path to the right of the entrance to the mine and then look in a tent for some unique blueprints. It should be the first tent you come across.
|Music Tape: True (Spandau Ballet)||Radio|
|Blueprint: Macht 37||Southern Tent|
|Emblem Part [Word: Dwarf]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Northern Edge of Crater|
|Anti-Air Radar||Eastern Edge of Crater|
The location here refers to the mansion, which has a cassette tape and set of blueprints inside. All you have to do outside is find the delivery invoice. That's all there really is to say; it's just a big mansion.
|Music Tape: Friday I'm In Love (The Cure)||Radio|
|Blueprint: Brennan LRS-46||Inside Mansion|
|Emblem Part [Word: Patriots]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Northwest of Mansion|
Masa Village (Bwala ya Masa)
The delivery point is at the southern tip of the village, which is probably where you'll be starting from when you come here to raid the place. There's a radio with a music tape in it at the northern end of the village as well.
|Music Tape: How 'bout them zombies ey? (Soundtrack)||Radio|
|Key Item: First Aid Manual||Southern House|
|Emblem Part [Word: Paradise]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||South Road|
You can find some material containers around the eastern entrance. You can get an invoice there as well, and a music tape is inside of the nearby buildings; blueprints are in the other of the two buildings here. The anti-air radar is more to the west, and is inside the oilfield's walls.
|Music Tape: Quiet Life (Japan)||Radio|
|Blueprint: Kabarga-83||Eastern Side (Building)|
|Emblem Part [Word: Snatcher]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Eastern Entrance|
|Anti-Air Radar||Western Entrance|
Munoko ya Nioka Station
The delivery point, anti-air radar, and music tape are all in the center of this outpost. The blueprints for a D-Walker flamethrower are here too, but they're in a building.
|Music Tape: All the Sun Touches (Soundtrack)||Radio|
|Blueprint: Flamethrower||Building (Middle of Station)|
|Emblem Part [Word: Eater]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Middle of Station|
|Anti-Air Radar||Middle of Station|
Ngumba Industrial Zone
The Ngumba Industrial Zone is specific to one of the main missions and lacks any collectibles.
Nova Braga Airport
The anti-air radar, delivery point, AND blueprint are all on the western side of the airport. The delivery point is in the southwest corner, while the other two are near and inside the largest building on the left. There are lots of materials containers at the southwest and northeast corners, so be sure to take those before leaving. On the east side of the airport are some buildings that only have open doors on their second floors, which are always reached by walking up a staircase. Inside one of the rooms in these buildings is a radio with a song playing in it.
|Cassette Tape: Enemy Eliminated||Largest Building (West)|
|Music Tape: Gloria (Laura Branigan)||Radio|
|Blueprint: UN-AAM||Largest Building (West)|
|Emblem Part [Word: 893]||Clear Outpost|
|Delivery Point||Southwest Corner|
|Anti-Air Radar||Outside Largest Building (West)|
01 Kiziba Camp, NW Guard Post
There usually isn't much of interest at guard posts. This one actually has some blueprints, but you can find these exact same blueprints in other specific locations in Africa.
|Blueprint: UN-AAM||Northwest Building|
|Emblem Part [Word: Tengu]||Clear Outpost|
02 Kungenga Mine, NE Guard Post
Nothing of particular interest here. Just tranq the soldiers, get the emblem part, and continue onwards.
|Emblem Part [Word: Commandos]||Clear Outpost|
03 Bampeve Plantation, SE Guard Post
Not much to do here but clear the place at least once. Doing so will give you the only noteworthy reward you can earn from this guard post.
|Emblem Part [Word: Shell]||Clear Outpost|
04 Bampeve Plantation, SW Guard Post
There are a fair amount of soldiers and two resource containers here. You can find blueprints for the UN-AAM in a tent, but these blueprints exist in a lot of other places as well.
|Blueprint: UN-AAM||Within Outpost|
|Emblem Part [Word: Adam]||Clear Outpost|
05 Ditadi Abandoned Village, NE Guard Post
You can find about five soldiers here, and all there is to do here is to wipe the place out for the emblem word.
|Emblem Part [Word: EVA]||Clear Outpost|
06 Masa Village, North Guard Post
Nothing here but some soldiers and loose change resources. You won't have to stay here for very long.
|Emblem Part [Word: Mama]||Clear Outpost|
07 Kungenga Mine, West Guard Post
When entering from the south, the first major item you'll come across will be the blueprint in one of the first buildings up the hill. You may have gotten this one before, however. The other significant things here are material containers, all of which are processed.
|Blueprint: Isando RGL-220||Southern Hill Building|
|Emblem Part [Word: Gecko]||Clear Outpost|
08 Lufwa Valley, NW Guard Post
You'll be able to find a music tape here, and you'll definitely be able to find it when you get close. The radio is on a table.
|Music Tape: You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) (Dead or Alive)||Radio|
|Emblem Part [Word: Rat]||Clear Outpost|
09 Ditadi Abandoned Village, North Guard Post
Nothing here but a few resources and soldiers. You'll be able to get through this place quickly, especially at night.
|Emblem Part [Word: Patrol]||Clear Outpost|
10 Kiziba Camp, SE Guard Post
Again, more scraps are the only things you'll find at this guard post. On the bright side, you will clear this place very quickly.
|Emblem Part [Word: Team]||Clear Outpost|
11 Masa Village, East Guard Post
There are about five soldiers on the ground, with one likely being in the guard tower and two more on the hills acting as snipers. You can only find a blueprint here as part of a Side Ops mission, so there isn't anything here normally.
|Emblem Part [Word: Lost]||Clear Outpost|
12 Kiziba Camp, South Guard Post
There should be approximately five or so soldiers here, with a sixth on the hillside to the west in a sniper position. Underneath a tent outside, you'll find blueprints for the UN-AAM. That's just about all there is here.
|Blueprint: UN-AAM||Under Tent|
|Emblem Part [Word: Army]||Clear Outpost|
13 Kungenga Mine, SW Guard Post
You can find the standard amount of enemies here. A strange buzzing in a tent might lead you to a music tape simply titled 204863, and that'll be among your highest priorities for this place. There should be some material containers here as well.
|Music Tape: 204863 (Soundtrack)||Radio|
|Emblem Part [Word: Clawing]||Clear Outpost|
14 Nova Braga Airport, NE Guard Post
Five or six soldiers should be walking around. There's literally nothing here except for them and some of the smaller resource boxes.
|Emblem Part [Word: Alive]||Clear Outpost|
15 Ditadi Abandoned Village, South Guard Post
There isn't a whole lot here to discover. You can get a set of blueprints, which is nice, but that's all you'll be getting here.
|Blueprint: Isando RGL-220||Inside Tent|
|Emblem Part [Word: Area]||Clear Outpost|
16 Munoko ya Nioka Station, NE Guard Post
There's not much to do here aside from clearing the post, much like most of the other posts, but you can find some blueprints here as a reward.
|Blueprint: Isando RGL-220||Western Building|
|Emblem Part [Word: Hot]||Clear Outpost|
17 Ngumba Industrial Zone, West Guard Post
This guard post only loosely exists through the heavy mist outside of the Ngumba Industrial Zone. All you have to do here is capture the place.
|Emblem Part [Word: Phantom]||Clear Outpost|
18 Nova Braga Airport, East Guard Post
There are seven soldiers here, and they tend to be looking at each other, which makes it hard to take them all out undetected. Like many other outposts, all you have to do is clear the area, so get to it so you can go somewhere else.
|Emblem Part [Word: Cold]||Clear Outpost|
19 Munoko ya Nioka Station, NW Guard Post
The majority of the soldiers at this guard post are on the northern side of the area, but there is one way to the south (at least at night) that you shouldn't forget about. You can also find some large material containers to the north, so bring them back to base and use one to lift yourself back there as well if you need to.
|Emblem Part [Word: Militaires]||Clear Outpost|
20 Ngumba Industrial Zone, SW Guard Post
The only thing you need to do here is clear the guard post.
|Emblem Part [Word: Sentinel]||Clear Outpost|
21 Munoko ya Nioka Station, West Guard Post
There is an item of great importance here, and that is the music tape for the main theme of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. It doesn't have any special benefits or anything, but you're going to enjoy the song if you haven't heard it before. The tape is in a building.
|Music Tape: Snake Eater (Soundtrack)||Radio|
|Emblem Part [Word: Hell]||Clear Outpost|
22 Nova Braga Airport, South Guard Post
You can find some blueprints for the Isando on a table here, but you'll very likely have gotten these blueprints somewhere else if you're aiming to take over every outpost. At least there are a few material containers here.
|Blueprint: Isando RGL-220||Table|
|Emblem Part [Word: Small]||Clear Outpost|
23 Munoko ya Nioka Station, SW Guard Post
Nothing but soldiers and material containers here.
|Emblem Part [Word: Little]||Clear Outpost|
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