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Re: Campaign Series Middle East: Suez 1973 (Linked Campaign Game) - AAR
« Reply #60 on: September 04, 2016, 05:56:44 PM »
Scenario 04, Turn 04

The start of Turn 4, the Egyptians are advancing in force in the north. 



In the south, they are pushing harder with significantly more units.



Here is a 3D view of the Egyptians in the south prior to my attacks.



After a few attacks, and I pulled back a few hexes in preparation for a continued assault.



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Re: Campaign Series Middle East: Suez 1973 (Linked Campaign Game) - AAR
« Reply #61 on: September 11, 2016, 10:39:15 AM »
Scenario 04, Turn 05

The start of Turn 5, I have been notified  that received some reinforcements. Amen to that!



And here they are consisting of a tank company with some supporting infantry. They came in from the north.



The situation in the north is contained now that I have the reinforcements. Hopefully I can keep the Egyptians bottled and off the north-south paved road.



The south has me shooting and pulling back. There are A LOT of Egyptians down here. My Cobra missile team has been lucky and taking out some small targets that have come into range. Unfortunately, I don't think they'll last long.

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Re: Campaign Series Middle East: Suez 1973 (Linked Campaign Game) - AAR
« Reply #62 on: September 22, 2016, 10:50:31 PM »
Scenario 04, Turn 06

Here is the situation at the start of Turn 6. A plethora of Egyptians here in the south, who seem to be advancing straight for the Nozel position, where my Brigade Headquarters is located.



And the situation at the start of Turn 6 in the north. This area is more contained at the moment, which I'll be thankful for.



Here is a 3D view of the Northern section at the end of my turn.  I caused quite a few casualties while only taking a couple losses.



In the south, I used a lot of direct fire, pulled back a bit. I have had to pull my infantry out of the frontline at Nozel as they have been taking some heavy losses.
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Re: Campaign Series Middle East: Suez 1973 (Linked Campaign Game) - AAR
« Reply #63 on: October 03, 2016, 11:27:41 AM »
Scenario 04, Turn 07

Starting Turn 7, the Egyptians are still advancing towards Nozel. I am attempting to hit the advancing tanks in the flanks as they get closer, using the obscured visibility from the sand dunes to inflict damage.



By the end of the turn, you can see I have managed to take a few of the advancing tanks out.



In the north, the are still advancing, but things seem a bit more contained.



Herding tactics in the north. I am slowly advancing from the north to corral the Egyptians into a better killing zone.

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Re: Campaign Series Middle East: Suez 1973 (Linked Campaign Game) - AAR
« Reply #64 on: October 10, 2016, 02:19:53 PM »
Scenario 04, Turn 08

End of Turn 8, more Egyptians tanks have shown up, but I am managing to hold the line in the north. A rifle platoon is swinging west to gain a better Line of Sight to the rear area units where I can hopefully plot some useful artillery strikes in the coming turns.



In the south, the advance to Nozel has been stalled, with many Egyptian hulks burning. most of my losses in the south have been the infantry defending Nozel, the tanks in the area haven't suffered many casualties.

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Re: Campaign Series Middle East: Suez 1973 (Linked Campaign Game) - AAR
« Reply #65 on: November 08, 2016, 08:19:41 PM »
Scenario 04, Turn 09

The situation at the beginning of Turn 9. You can see the Egyptians have managed to capture two of the Victory Location Points at the crossroads.



And the same timing for the south. An Egyptian platoon was extremely brave and attempted to take the Nozel position. It was quickly dispatched.



The end of the turn in the south sees a lot of Egyptian hulks. And that's OK. I secured Nozel again and brought up some reinforcements, just in case.



In the north, I am closing in on the main highway from the north, keeping the pressure on the Egyptians. Unfortunately, being more aggressive, I am taking more losses.

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