Monday, 3 February 2014

Game 03 - Halt, Who Goes There?

Western UX Spec Ops, recovering from their attack on the Missile Launchers move deeper into enemy territory to attack an Eastern Forward Command Post, reported to be commanded by several high ranking officers utilising advanced satellite communication systems to hopefully give the large tank formations massing on the border a strategic advantage.

The UX attack with devastating results, causing major damage and disruption, then escaping quickly, in the nick of time whilst under heavy persuit from the command base forces. armoured reinforcements and local militia groups.

Game Commences:

UX Special Forces stealthily move up to the Western Command Base.

The UX opens up with the ATGW instantly taking out the main battle tank.

UX Artillery Support zero in the antenna farm.

Mortar rounds fall on the parked vehicles destroying a BTR and a truck, and damages antother truck and also immobilising the 4x4.

LAW rockets take out a second BTR and the ZSU 23-4 AA tank advances.

Troops in the open are caused to fall back.

The ZSU moves around the corner to attempt to pin the Special Forces.

Turn 2.
UX Trops hold ground

More mortar rounds land on antenna farm causing minor damage

Turn 3.
A BTR attempts to leave the area, but gets caught up on a reinforced high wall
Another BTR is destroyed, and more units becme embroiled in fire fight.

UX operative start to pull back.

Lots of overwatch causes heavy casualties.

Mortar rounds keep raining down on the antenna farm.

The antenna farm is finally destroyed as UX troops now attempt to exfiltrate the carnage...

Eastern troop reinforcements persue the Spec Ops into the woods...

Outcome = Western Victory (minor) - Caused a decent amount of devastation, and escaped. They could have perhaps caused more damage and killed/captured some of the high level officers.

Who do we blame? VERY Effective Artillery Support, and solid Hit and Run tactics! From a defensive point of view, there was not much that could be done to prevent the damage, but the defending force did manage to get into a descent persuit position despite being under heavy fire.

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