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Panzer_Leader

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  1. You command Combat Team C (CT C) of Battle Group Leopard (BG Leopard), comprised C Company, 5th/7th Royal Australian Regiment (Mechanised), with a tank troop from B Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment cross-attached and a cavalry troop from A Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment attached.  You have two platoons of M113A1, two M113A1 and a M113/FO in company headquarters and one troop of Leopard AS1 at your disposal.  A troop of LAV-25 from A Squadron, 2nd Cavalry Regiment and one Leopard AS1 with Track Width Mine Plough from HQ Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment are attached.  A battery of six M198 155 mm howitzers with HE and SMOKE from 8th/12th Medium Regiment is available for indirect fire support.
     
    BG Leopard has been ordered by commander 1 Brigade to conduct an advance to contact, identify the composition of the suspected enemy security outpost in QUINTUS, then attack and clear QUINTUS of enemy forces and hold it against possible counter-attack before BG Leopard moves forward in preparation to clear axis CEDAR GROVE-CEDAR VALE.  
     
    Combat Team C has been ordered by BG Leopard to:  
    a)    V11 to advance to contact and confirm reinforcement of QUINTUS by T-55 or PT-76 no later than H+60. 
    b)    Upon release of CT C, conduct quick attack to clear QUINTUS and hold against possible counter-attack from direction CEDAR GROVE.
     
    Major, the plan to complete the mission is up to you.
     
    Panzer_Leader, October 2017

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  2. You command 2nd Armoured Infantry Company, 2nd Armoured Infantry Battalion, Prince’s Life Regiment (II/PLR).  This comprises a command M113A1, three armoured infantry platoons with three M113A1 each and a mortar section of two M106A1 mortar carriers.  A platoon of three Leopard 1 DK from 4th Squadron and an anti-tank platoon of four M113A1 TOW from battalion are attached.  Fire support will be provided by your organic 81 mm mortar section plus two off-map 120 mm mortars from battalion firing HE and SMOKE.
     
    Commander 3rd Jutland Brigade’s intent is to clear E65 in a dawn attack to permit continuation of advance east to clear Soviet forces from YSTAD.  Commanding Officer II/PLR has made your company point of main effort and tasked you to clear E65 vicinity RYDSGARD-VILLIE.  Your mission is to clear the Soviet airborne company defensive position vicinity RYDSGARD-VILLIE and secure ASHINGDON.  Once ASHINGDON secure, orient east on CANUTE to defeat possible counter-attack from airborne company parent battalion and Naval Infantry quick reaction force from YSTAD.
     
    Captain, the plan to complete the mission is up to you.
     
    Panzer_Leader, July 2013

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  3. You command a company-sized kampfgruppe of 4 (Mixed) Company, Panzer Reconnaissance Battalion 1.  This comprises a platoon of six Leopard 1A5, a section of four Lynx A2 and a platoon of three Fox 1A6 from 5 Company attached.
     
    The Soviet 3rd Combined Arms Army is attempting to encircle HANOVER and lead elements of 7th Guards Tank Division captured NEUSTADT AM RÜBENBERGE late yesterday.  Helicopter reconnaissance confirms a BTR-equipped motorised rifle company has occupied the town and established a hasty defence.  After a pause overnight the Soviet advance and encirclement of HANOVER is expected to continue at first light.
     
    Commander of 1 Panzer Division’s (1 PzDiv) intent is to confirm strength of enemy (ENY) defence in NEUSTADT AM RÜBENBERGE in preparation for counterattack.  Additionally, determine direction of advance of ENY forward security element so 1 PzDiv can move to block main body along axis of advance.  Insert a patrol using infiltration route BEOWULF to observe and report on activity behind ENY lines.  Avoid decisive engagement and maintain combat effectiveness for follow-on tasking by 1 PzDiv.  You have a troop of three M109G 155 mm self-propelled howitzers firing HE and SMOKE in support.
     
    Hauptmann, the plan to complete the mission is up to you.
     
    Panzer_Leader, January 2013

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  4. You command Team Bravo of TF 2-5 Cav, comprised Company B, 2nd Battalion, 5th Cavalry Regiment, with a tank platoon from 3rd Battalion, 32nd Armored Regiment cross-attached. Your team has two M2A1 Infantry Fighting Vehicles in company headquarters, an M981 FISTV from 1st Battalion, 82nd Field Artillery Regiment (1-82 FA), two platoons of four M2A1 each and a platoon of four IPM1 Abrams.  A battery of M109A3 with HE and SMOKE from 1-82 FA is available for indirect fire support.
     
    Commander 1st Cavalry Division's intent is to maintain pressure on 11th Guards Tank Division by advancing to liberate GERSHAUSEN this evening in order to use it as a jumping off point for a brigade attack on KIRCHHEIM at first light tomorrow.  Commander TF 2-5 Cav has ordered Team Bravo to clear GERSHAUSEN no later than 1900.  You will advance east of ALLENDORF and clear GERSHAUSEN of enemy by H+65.  Defend GERSHAUSEN against any counter-attacks from KIRCHHEIM while Brigade moves up in preparation for tomorrow morning's attack.
     
    Task Force and Brigade command have protested the tight time frame for the attack on GERSHAUSEN but Division insists, GERSHAUSEN will be liberated tonight!
     
    Captain, the plan to complete the mission is up to you.
     
    Panzer_Leader, February 2016

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  5. You command Combat Team D of The Grenadier Guards Battle Group (Gren Gds BG), comprised D Squadron 17th/21st Lancers, with a cross-attached armoured infantry platoon from 1st Battalion, The Grenadier Guards.  You have three troops of Challenger 1, two Challenger 1 of squadron headquarters and one platoon of Warrior at your disposal.  Two patrols of Scimitar from Gren Gds BG recce troop are attached.  Two batteries of M109A2 with ICM, HE and SMOKE from 2nd Field Regiment, Royal Artillery are available for indirect fire support.
     
    Commander 4th Armoured Brigade’s intent is to resume the advance toward HAMELIN as soon as possible in order to secure its critical road and rail infrastructure and isolate the spearhead of 20th Guards Combined-Arms Army to the west.  Commanding Officer Gren Gds BG has made your tank-heavy Combat Team D the lead formation of the battle group and you have been ordered to advance north-east from AERZEN to secure EDINGTON in troop (platoon) strength or greater.  You are to secure EDINGTON no later than H+90.  Your combat team is not to advance beyond limit of exploitation (LOE) ALFRED.  Once CT D has secured EDINGTON the remainder of the Gren Gds BG will conduct a passage of lines through LOE ALFRED and secure the remainder of HAMELIN.
     
    Major, the plan to complete the mission is up to you.
     
    Panzer_Leader, March 2014

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  6. You command a troop (Tp) of M1A1 AIM SA.  Your Tp is advancing as part of a combat team (CT) effort to clear the valley to your south as a precursor to further offensive operations by the battle group.  The CT's main effort is taking place to your east and to protect the flank of the main effort it is critical you secure the road junction and town at OBJ.  All available artillery and air support has been committed to support the CT's main effort to your east so you must secure the OBJ on your own.  A platoon of NZLAV-IMV from a coalition partner is attached to assist clear and secure the OBJ.
     
    This scenario has been specifically designed to practice careful planning, appreciation of terrain and tactical movement by sections within the troop (platoon) using overwatch techniques.  It is purposely balanced in favour of RED to be unforgiving of tactical errors and to drive these lessons home.  It is challenging but can be completed with the forces at your disposal.
     
    Panzer_Leader, April 2012

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  7. You command a combat team (CT) consisting of a squadron of M1A1 AIM SA with a cross-attached platoon of M113AS4 and cavalry patrol of two ASLAV-25 and one ASLAV-PC for reconnaissance and screening.
     
    The RED axis of advance has taken our forces by surprise and your CT has been rushed ahead of the battle group (BG) to delay the RED advance until BG is able to come up and defend TOWN.  Brigade’s intent is to establish a line of defence at RIVER and a successful defence of CAUSEWAY should make this possible.  To assist you a combat engineer section from BG is laying a disrupt effect minefield in front of CAUSEWAY.  Due to the rushed nature of our advance the engineers require another hour to complete laying the minefield.  It is imperative you protect the engineers from observation and direct fires until 0540 to allow them to complete their task.  You should attempt to hold RED at RIVER but if this is not possible you must prevent them advancing west as far as MARS until 0635 to allow advance elements of BG to march east and establish defensive positions immediately behind your CT.  Failure to do so will render the defence of TOWN untenable and risks BG being engaged prematurely during its march east.  Two troops of four M777 155 mm howitzers each firing ICM, HE and SMOKE natures are assigned in support.
     
    Major, the plan to complete the mission is up to you.
     
    CHANGES FROM VERSION 2.0:
    - The T-90S replaces the T-80U and the BMP-3 replaces the BMP-2 ('Contemporary' scenario only).
    - BLUE scoring has been refined.
    - The M1A1(HA) has been replaced by the M1A2(SEP) with 'Commander's sight' disabled as best proxy for the M1A1 AIM SA.
    - A RED Mi-24 Hind E flight with a 25% chance of spawning has been added.
    - The 'Thermal imager' on M113AS4s will be disabled at H+25 when it is light enough to see to represent the fact the M113AS4 only has an image intensifier (II) night sight.
    - A Javelin team and M113AS4 from BG Direct Fire Support Weapon platoon have been attached to the CT.
    - The BLUE 'MG squad' in the ASLAV-PC V31B has been replaced with a 'Missile team' equipped with FGM-148 Javelin. The 'Rifle squad' has been replaced with an 'FO team' to better represent the thermal imaging and laser range-finding capabilities cavalry scouts have.
    - BLUE Ural-4320/Supply trucks have been replaced with Unimog 1300L/Supply.
    - The trigger to request a third tank troop has been removed.
    - BLUE callsign changes.
    - Minor changes to RED organisation and equipment.
     
    Panzer_Leader, November 2012

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  8. The Soviet Army: Troops, Organization and Equipment, 1991. Pages 188-454.

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  9. The Soviet Army: Troops, Organization and Equipment, 1991. Pages 1-187.

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