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  1. I am interested in the Soviet Union's Air Assault capabilities during the Afghan War. I have found some good information at the Battalion Level for the TO&E from FM 100-2-3, and some information on specific weapon systems at the company level from here: http://coldwargamer.blogspot.in/2012/12/orbat-soviet-air-assault-capability.html?m=1 I am curious about approximately the number of Troops in an Infantry Air Assault Company. I am guessing about 70 or so, but I wanted to see if I could get confirmation. Also, was the equipment used in Afghanistan different from the standard Cold War loadout? I am guessing that air-lifting BMDs was not that common.
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  3. Version 1.0.0

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    This 1980 report was a part of a broader program of research by the Office of the US Secretary of Defense for the purpose of developing a better understanding of the Soviet style in the conduct of operations and insights as to how to best counter Soviet offensive operations. Generals Balck and Von Mellenthin are distinguished commanders of forces in battle. The lessons they draw from their experiences in WWI and WWII against the forces of the Soviet Union.
  4. Version 1.0.0

    194 downloads

    It's now the third week of World War 3... On an unknown hill, in an easily forgettable area of West Germany, you brilliantly managed to position the remnants of your armored battalion, during the dead of night, on a strategic vantage point above an unexpected Soviet Armored Division. NOTE: This scenario has over 200+ enemy AFVs, and is only recommended if you have a high performance PC.
  5. Version 1.0.0

    162 downloads

    Alternative universe where the Soviets launched a massive attack in the mid 80s. Initial NATO defensive lines are crushed. NATO sacrifices a small unit of rat tag defenders to slow down a Soviet spearhead so NATO can setup a better situated defensive position. You are this desperate unit, where you will most likely die. You are piloting, one of two M1A2 prototype tanks at time of the invasion for trials. Fun defensive mission, lots of casualties, don't look for historically modeled units, look for a large desperate battle instead. The mission ends when you decide it does.