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Re: CS Middle East 1.02 - AAR - Battlefields of Old (vs Greg)
« Reply #15 on: December 12, 2016, 09:28:11 AM »
Battlefields of Old - Turn 15

A side adventure is taking a small reconnaissance element and advancing it around the far west. Sidi Omar is a small oasis in the southwest corner of the map. I don't expect to find any Libyan's here, but who knows! 



Here is a Jump Map of the area I am talking about.



To the west of Fort Cappuzo, my light reconnaissance vehicles are coming out of the desert and have found a road.



I am advancing out of Fort Cappuzo, the Libyans are retreating north that I can see.



My initial assault on Musa'id failed, so I am now attempting a second assault from the south.



Here is a 3D view of the advance.



To the north, I am finding various Libyan fortified positions that I am skirting around.


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Re: CS Middle East 1.02 - AAR - Battlefields of Old (vs Greg)
« Reply #16 on: December 18, 2016, 09:01:42 PM »
Battlefields of Old - Turn 16

Assaulting Musa'id from the south using some smoke. Hopefully this will be enough to cover my advance into the lower areas of the town. 



Here is the 3D view of my assault. You can see the infantry upfront with the various tanks providing cover fire.



To the north of Musa'id, I am proceeding well with the attempt to cut off the main entry route. 



Here is a zoom out of the assault on Musa'id and the overall position of my forces. Yo ucan see me swinging a larger group north along the border. Whethere I should have left this force at the town has yet to be determined.

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Re: CS Middle East 1.02 - AAR - Battlefields of Old (vs Greg)
« Reply #17 on: January 09, 2017, 10:52:05 AM »
Battlefields of Old - Turn 17

Here is an overview of my assault on Musa'id. I am going to assault from the East as well with a few straggler's that were left over from the first failed assault. I am in the outskirts of the town. 



Here is the 3D view of my assault. You can see a mixed force defending the town, infantry, machine guns and tanks.



A Jump Map revealing my overall positions. You can see the red dots in the far north as they try and make their way as far north as they can. There are Libyans everywhere though. 



Here is a 2D screenshot of the advance to the north. I am determined to take that bunker complex near the top of the screen - for no apparent tactical reason on my part. Obsess much?



And a 2D screenshot of the two tank companies trying to break their way north.

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Re: CS Middle East 1.02 - AAR - Battlefields of Old (vs Greg)
« Reply #18 on: January 09, 2017, 11:44:58 AM »
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Re: CS Middle East 1.02 - AAR - Battlefields of Old (vs Greg)
« Reply #19 on: January 09, 2017, 12:18:13 PM »
Hillary says to be careful if you make it as far north as Bengazi.  :hide:
"Take a look at that". Sgt. Wilkerson-- CMBN. His last words after spotting a German tank on the other side of a hedgerow.