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A detachment of the 39th Guards Motorized Rifle Division (2 T-72 tank companies, 1 BMP-2 rifle company under your command) has to brush aside a US Cavalry Troop that is trying to delay the Soviet's advance.
Single player only against a US computer opponent. Only BMP-2s are playable (i.e. T-72 tanks are under computer control).
I apologize in advance for the NATO maneuver/tactical graphics and for any issues with the scoring. This scenario will be updated based in feedback and amount of downloads.
Human US vs AI Russian. Edited and tested in v3.023. No other requirements other than the Hannover-Weserbergland maps (.ter and .raw), which come with the vanilla version of Steel Beasts ProPE.
A Russian FD (Bn. strength) is searching for a vulnerable point on our main body's east flank. Securing OBJ Heineken and not allowing the ENY to cross the canal is of critical importance for future operations.
You are in command of A Troop and on point to shape the battlefield before the rest of your Cavalry Squadron arrives.
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US tank company team (-) defends in sector against a Russian tank battalion. US: M1A2 SEP, Russia: T-90s and BMP-3s. Single player, US human vs Russian computer only. This scenario was tested with 3.011, other versions of Steel Beasts ProPE not known. The placement of engagement areas leave a lot to be desired and for the time being the player is asked to adjust his plans accordingly. A new version of this scenario will be created based on feedback. Some substantial liberties have been used in the edition of this scenario (OOBs and Russian doctrinal use of reconnaissance), so don't throw the book at me.