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  1. Rebuilt scenario..If you try it be warned you are in for a fight..I did not skimp on the NK weapons or ammo...Good luck..

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  2. Fictional mission taking place around 2004 between east and west.

    A salient along our southern flank exists among swampy lowlands and heavily bombed and mined roads.
    Whoever controls this salient and takes the town might tip the fight to their side. Drive the enemy force off this miserable
    strip of land and maybe we'll all go home a little sooner!

    Threats include modern Russian armor, dug in infantry, helo/arty support and a few surprises.
    You may call on Apache support if needed but I advise only in an emergency.

    Your forces include 2 platoons of the latest version of the Abrams, the M1A2 SEP. You also have been granted 2
    platoons of mech infantry, a mortar platoon and a section of M109A3s stand ready with firesupport.
    KEEP THEM ALIVE!.

    10th Mountain UH-60Ls are waiting to be called in to relieve you of babysitting the town but only if you can take it in the first place. You also have mine-clearing equipment but use it where you need it - once it's gone, it's gone.

    Oh... there are a few surprises.

    You move at 7AM. Good luck Captain. You'll need it.

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  3. "What do you mean you "JUST LOST THEM" Dammit?!"

    The captain was pissed. He should have been. The war was supposed to be over seeing how the cease fire was starting in 4 hours and there had been no provocative movement from the Soviets in 6 hours.

    The captain lit a cigarette and took a long drag while holding the handset. It had taken 10 hours of travel-time to get to this ice-covered hill to re-enforce Team Bravo. Everyone was exhausted and stank from a hellish combination of grease, cordite and sweat.

    The war had turned ugly after Birmingham England had been hit by SS-18s 12 hours earlier. The US has responded by destroying Kiev with a single Trident-2. The Soviets appeared to be backing down and everyone in the company was hoping they'd had enough.

    Somehow G2 had lost the Polish motorized rifle company overnight when the weather turned bad. Probably everyone back at corps was celebrating the news of the cease fire.

    All intel knew was that the small Polish unit was still moving south despite the cease fire news. Your company had been sent to aid Team Bravo of the Louisiana National Guard in hunting them down and destroying them.

    The guard units had performed well despite their out-dated equipment but this was more of a mission for cavalry.

    The men of the 11th ACR may have had 4-day beards but all of them still had the same shit-eating grins on their faces despite the lack of sleep. They were good... and they knew it.




    "Well if you get ANY IDEA where they are it would be great to let me know! Blackhorse Delta-76 out."

    The captain regained his composure and took off his kevlar helmet and leaned against his command track.

    The First Sergeant emerged from the darkness, spit a brown stream of Skole Bandit and asked "Okay capn'.... whadaya want to do now?"


    Situation:
    Intel has the polish coming down through the seam in the mountains to the north-east.

    Mission:
    Do what cavalry does best! Find the enemy and destroy them. It shouldn't be too hard, you've got them out-numbered. Plus... how tough can the Polish be?
    Deploy your units as you see fit. All you need to do is block them for 90 minutes and 2nd AD will be up here.

    Cheer up... at least it's stopped snowing and the coffee is hot.





    ENEMY ASSETS:

    G2 says the unit will be comprised of a combination of some T-72As along with older T-62s. Infantry will most likely accompany the armor in trucks but the infrared imagery from the U-2 flight was a little hazy.

    Polish artillery is in range of your AO so prepare accordingly.

    No air assets in the region due to F-15C BARCAP in the region. Rest easy. The war is almost over.




    ******
    CB strongly advises that you NOT run an after-action report showing ACTUAL enemy units unless you become completely frustrated. It spoils the fun.

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  4. My spin on "Meeting Engagement."

    WWIII is a stalemate. Both sides are near either negotiation or going nuclear. This last push across the last remaining bridgehead could change everything. Take that bridge! You have a company of M-1s and additional infantry assets. 1986 time period.

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  5. ENEMY FORCES HAVE CLOSED OFF ROUTE ONE WITH A ROAD BLOCK. YOUR FORCE OF 5x M1A1, 2x NZLAV and COUGER MUST CLEAR ROUTE ONE FROM ANY FURTHER INTERDICTION FROM ENEMY.

    SINGLE PLAYER OR 1-6 player CO-OP

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  6. Version 1.1: updated to new version of Manteuffel's map for 2.640 + scripted Blue side a bit more, so that scenario is playable from the Red side in SP + changed some T-72B to T-72M1 ... JC (from the very interesting Real & Simulated Wars-blog) had the idea to replicate a phase from the grand-tactical/operational war game North German Plain 85 in SB.

    I helped him a bit with creating the Red side of the battle.
    Up to you now to command the Blue side ...

    More info here: http://kriegsimulation.blogspot.com/...asts.html#more

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  7. Cunduct a quckly assembled defence in sector of NEUHOF to deny the OPFOR access to the road B40 and the FLIEDE valley on route to FRANKFURT/MAIN.

    Defend in Sector
    A company team is assigned a defend in sector mission to prevent forces from passing the rear boundary
    of the sector, retain flank contact and security, and ensure unity of effort with the battalion task force scheme
    of maneuver. FM 71-123/4-117

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  8. Link up and Support (rescue) a small isolated airmobile unit at the Autobahn junction "Dreieck-Fulda" (B40/A7) close to the industrial area of WELKERS.

    A linkup is a meeting of friendly ground forces. One or both forces may be moving. The forces are normally separated by the enemy. Cavalry can participate in a linkup as part of a larger force or as one of the forces involved. Linkup can occur in the following situations:

    - When an advancing force reaches an objective that has been previously seized by an airborne or air assault force.....;-)

    - When an encircled element breaks out to rejoin friendly forces.

    - When converging friendly forces meet.

    FM 17-95 8-51

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  9. Conduct counterreconnaissance East of Fulda.
    Destroy and or block the OPFOR recon forces probing South along the Autobahn A7.

    Counterreconnaissance is any operation undertaken to deny the enemy intelligence information concerning
    friendly units through the active attack and defeat of enemy reconnaissance and EW units. It is the sum of
    actions taken at all echelons to counter enemy reconnaissance and surveillance efforts throughout the depth of
    the AO. FM 71-123 2-53

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  10. Defense the city of Kozda from the eny advance. Tactical Vignette 98-2.
    by wawa. Version 2.546

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  11. Support National Guard Advance to rescue downed CH-47, with M1A1 platoon. Enemy in area considered veteran and well organized.

    Mission length about 40 min.
    CO-OP for 4 players,

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  12. Mineclearing operation along an old dirt trail in Africa. The player controls mech platoon with engineer support. no, routes for player units. READ THE BRIEFING.

    This is a teaser for an upcoming COOP campaign.

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  13. Two-company attack on batallion+ sized fortified defence.
    Two versions (Spanish, Swedish). Readme included.
    SP. Map size: huge. Playing time: long

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  14. Excerpts of the brigade commander's orders for 1st Recce Platoon, 8th INF:

    1) SITUATION:
    a) Enemy:
    Two regiments of the 33rd Div (Mot), the 337th and 339th Guards, punched a hole in our defenses. They suffered heavy casualties, but are preparing to resume the attack. 337th Guards MRR is located to the south of 339th MRR. SIGINT has located the regimental HQ company of the 337th MRR as well as a forward artillery Fire Direction Center.. BDE S-2 calculates that a considerable gap exists between these two regiments.

    b) Own:
    8th INF withdrew to new defensive lines just west of your position. 1st Recce is located astride the boundary between the 339th MRR and 337th MRR.

    c) Attachments and detachments: None.

    2) MISSION:
    Penetrate the gap between the 339th MRR and 337th MRR and destroy the 339th Headquarters elements. Upon completion all units will return to RP Zulu (NLT: 08:00).

    3) EXECUTION:
    Destroy the 339th's HQ elements and any targets of opportunity located in the designated target area. Try not to become decisively engaged prior to actions against the enemy HQ. When complete, retire to RP Zulu. Do not try to hold your penetration. Do not move east of PL Pooch.

    Intent: By destroying the enemy HQ elements, BDE indents to disrupt the cohesion of its subunits in preparation for a local counter-attack.

    a) Concept of Operation:
    1st Plt will discretely penetrate the gap between the 337th and 339th MRRs using all available recce assets. Put eyes on target prior to engaging the HQ with indirect fires. When the HQ is in sight, use all means available to destroy anything with an antennae. Do not risk the destruction of your element for the objective of this mission.

    i) Maneuver:
    Move quickly to penetrate the gap between the 337th and 339th MRRs. Do not stray outside your boundaries. Do not cross PL Pooch or you are screwed. You are permitted to attack enemy units within your sector, however your ingress may be easier by stealthier means. The decision is yours; but the mission comes first and your people always.

    ii) Fires:
    Fires are limited for this operation. 3 tubes x 1 battery available. Do not fire artillery or CAS into the OBJ area without putting eyes on and identifying the target. Available round types: HE, Smoke, CAS (2 x 500lbs bombs).

    iii) Additional assets:
    None.

    b) Tasks to Maneuver units:
    None.

    c) Tasks to Combat Support Units:
    None.

    d) COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS:
    H-Hour: 06:30
    Complete by: 08:00
    Mission end if all operational 1A units return to RP Zulu (mission time > 15:00 minutes, delayed 5 seconds, not under direct fire)

    5) COMMAND AND SIGNALS:
    1/A Recce: Stiletto
    8th INF, Commander: Blackjack
    Delta Co: Dagger

    Scoring:
    -100 points for each Arty strike into OBJ without eyes on OBJ (up to -500)
    500 points based on percentage of end strength
    150 points for destruction of HQ elements (MT-LB)
    150 points for destruction of HQ Arty Forward Observers (MT-LB FO)
    150 points for return of all operable AFVs to RP Zulu. In order to apply, units in RP Zulu must not be under fire when mission ends.

    Note: Outside your boundaries are penalty zones (expose to enemy 100% > 30 seconds). Stay within your boundaries. Off map penalty zone (destruction 100% > 30 seconds).

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  15. The Northern Patrol Base is running low on supplies. All Aviation assets are currently busy on other tasks. The resupply is going to have to be by road.

    Your task is to protect the convoy.

    Good luck. The insurgents have been waiting for an oportunity like this!

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  16. Attack and capture a well defended desert airbase, then defend it yourself.
    Featuring rapid repair, and red replen.

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  17. Updated Version of the original HoH-Scenarios located in the single player folder of the SB Pro PE CD.

    Now playable with the current 2.370 Version ;-)

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  18. Take and hold a well defended village and then a town and secure the area west of those two.

    A bit more of a challenge than usual from this stable for the newer player, easier for th more experienced, but not a doddle.
    Feedback appreciated.

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  19. This is a big and complicated scenario. But the Enemy AI is scripted for extreme randomness and to automatically use adaptation to enemy activities. The 57th Guards Motorized Rifle Division (Cat A) has finally taken Neuhof (Autobahn Wars Part 1) and is preparing the outbreak into the Fliede Valley whit the 51st Guards Tank Regiment to gain access to the Autobahn A66 on route to Frankfurt/main. This Scenario can either be played by letting the enemy AI automatically choose from 6 different DP(Decision Points) whit 12 different possibly events depending on NATO activities and RED casualties in different sectors including a automatic response if encountering FASCAM. For BLUE: You are defending the Town of “Flieden” whit elements from 1th CavDiv and 11th ACR in hasty prepared defensive positions. The primary objective is to deny the OPFOR access to the road B40/ A66 and the Fleide valley on route to Frankfurt/main. The Blue commander must take advantage of the OPFOR Decision Points, applying enough combat power to paralyze the attacker’s Command and Control. Once this occurs, the Blue player will have entered the decision cycle and may take offensive actions. In theory! Now you can test this “mantra” for yourself. For RED: This scenario represents the OPFOR player with the potential command and control problems associated with conducting a simultaneous attack with two Battalions in the first echelon and one reinforced tank Battalion as the Second echelon on a prepared enemy BP. The OPFOR will make the following random automatic DP (Decision Point) choices: DP 1: At 3km in front of Blue BP (Battle Position) to continue the advance DP 2: At 2km in front of Blue BP (Battle Position) to - Fix & Bypass OR - Assault the Blue BP Although the OPFOR player will have the possibility to manually override by issuing control switches to change the OPFOR behaviour Prerequisites: - You will have to use V3 of the Fulda_Gap Sothern Corridor Map - SBPro PE V2.370 BETA. - I strongly recommend using the “Lastmichdurch´s Enhancement Texture” and - The “Fulda Gap Textures” -Reference material 1. FM 71-123, Chapter 4, page 139, Figure 4-104.

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  20. Command a US mech battalion in defense against a much larger force. Medium sized, medium difficulty mission.

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  21. Greetings fellow trackheads. Well after a lot of here and there work over 2 months I've finally finished a decent first version of my best Fulda defense mission yet. Thanks to Warulf for his incredible map of Fulda. Mission would be a flop without it. You've got a little bit of everything in this mission but the freedom to move your forces as you see fit. The AI for minebreaching is not wonderful. Maybe one day it will be smarter. Should Soviet units not breach correctly I have removed password lock-out from the Soviet side for you to be able to tinker with them. REMEMBER THAT THIS WILL SPOIL MY SURPRISES SO I ONLY ADVISE THAT YOU DO THIS AS A LAST RESORT. I'm sure there are still bugs so bear with me. T Changes made: More baddies and more of a challenge. Less hang-ups in the minefields. Better scripting for smarter AI. The Soviets are more aggressive. M-88s available for recovery. This Scenario is meant for hefty machines only as frame rates on less powerful systems may make it unplayable.

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  22. Fulda Gap Southern Corridor: For BLUE: The primary objective is to deny the OPFOR access to the road B40/ A66 and the Fleide valley on route to Frankfurt/main. The Blue commander must take advantage of the OPFOR Decision Points, applying enough combat power to paralyze the attacker’s Command and Control. Once this occurs, the Blue player will have entered the decision cycle and may take offensive actions. In theory! Now you can test this “mantra” for yourself. For RED: This scenario represents presents the OPFOR player with the problems associated with conducting a hasty attack instantly out of March formation. The primary objective is to size the town of Neuhof and to secure the access to the Highway/Autobahn B40/A66 to allow the 57th Guards Motorized Rifle Division (8th Army) a speedy and uninterrupted advance towards Frankfurt/main. The OPFOR will make the following random automatic DP (Decision Point) choices: DP 1: At 3km in front of Blue BP (Battle Position) to continue the advance DP 2: At 2km in front of Blue BP (Battle Position) to - Fix & Bypass OR - Assault the Blue BP Although the OPFOR player will have the possibility to manually override by issuing control switches to change the OPFOR behaviour: Notes: -I have left the infamous Railroad Bridge at Künzel on map together whit the current workaround for AI driving under bridges. This will sometimes create AI induced traffic jams and sometimes not, depending on what mood the AI is in. It will in either case slow down the advance of the Second echelon Battalion. We really need a working bridge. -You will have to use V2 of the Fulda_Gap Sothern Corridor Map and SBPro PE V2.370 BETA -Reference material 1. FM 71-123, Chapter 4, page 139, Figure 4-104. 2. CUA, Computer unterstützte Ausbildung. Taktik schule des Heeres
     
    Edit: new version for the new bumpines parameters. 

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  23. West-Germany 1986. After the catastrophe the Germans suffered in their last attack (as described in "Springing the Trap" - also included in this ZIP) the situation got from bad to worse. Lead a counter-attack by an ad-hoc company of Leopard 1s and mechanized infantry to close a critical breach in American lines. Be prepared to meet tough Soviet resistance!

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  24. Your taskforce of tanks (Leo1A5) and infantry (ASLAV) is defending the last bridge at Rothenkirchen. This CPX or COMMAND POST EXERCISE is for the armchair-generals among us: * As CO/A you will command all of your units with the use of triggers. * Your units are mostly computercontrolled. They may become playercontrolled though, if you want to get a taste of the action. YOU CAN PLAY THIS SCENARIO ALSO FROM THE RED SIDE IN SINGLE PLAYER.

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  25. Fulda gap from SB1, terrain map fixed and some new equipment added. Stop the enemy and you win, get overrun and you lose. Im not sure who the original authors were, but Hackworth, Volcano Man, Wahrborg and I all did some tinkering on this.

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