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  1. Version 1.0.0

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    SLOVENIA: WAR OF INDEPENDENCE By Connaugh The Ten-Day War or the Slovenian War of Independence was a brief conflict that followed Slovenia's declaration of independence from Yugoslavia on 25 June 1991. It was fought between the Slovenian Territorial Defence Forces and the Yugoslav People's Army. SITUATION: The Yugoslav People’s Army is poised on the Croatian border ready to invade Slovenia. MISSION: Slovenian Territory Defense Forces are to defend the border crossings at Ormoz, Dolga Vas, and Gornja Radgona. FORCE COMPOSITION: Slovenia: 3 x T-55 Tanks Infantry Missile Teams Infantry Sections with anti-tank weapons Light Machine Gun units. Yugoslavia: T-55 Tanks BTR-70 PC’s Slovenia must have control of the three towns at mission end. Notes: Unzip SLOVENIA – WAR OF INDEPENDENCE and save in your Scenario Folder. Unzip CONNAUGH – SLOVENIA and save in your Maps Folder.
  2. Version 1.0.0

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    WAR IN DONBAS: THE BATTLE OF MARIUPOL By Connaugh SITUATION: Following a revolution in 2014, pro-Russian and anti-Revolution protests erupted across eastern Ukraine. This unrest later evolved into a war between the Ukrainian government and the separatist forces of the Donetsk People's Republic or DPR in the Donbas region of Ukraine. DPR Armored Forces are poised to assault and capture the city of Mariupol, Ukraine. MISSION: DPR Armored Forces are to assault and capture Mariupol and the Port of Mariupol. Secondary objective of Captaha is to be captured. FORCE COMPOSITION: DPR: 1st Platoon 3 x T-72B1 Tanks 2nd Platoon 3 x T-72B1 Tanks 3rd Platoon 4 x BMP-2 PC’s CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply Artillery: 2 batteries of 3 guns each Ukrainian forces are equipped with T-64B tanks, BMP PC’s, and infantry with anti-tank weapons. Artillery is expected. Mech Infantry must be in objective to earn victory points. Notes: Unzip WAR IN DONBAS – THE BATTLE OF MARIUPOL and save in your Scenario Folder. Unzip CONNAUGH-MARIUPOL A and save in your Maps Folder.
  3. Version 1.0.0

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    SITUATION: The Battle of Birmingham took place on Easter Monday, 3 April 1643, in and around Birmingham during the First English Civil War. In the skirmish, a company of Parliamentarians (Roundheads) from the Litchfield garrison with the support of some of the local townsmen (Clubmen), approximately 300 men, attempted to stop a detachment of 1,400 Royalists under the command of Prince Rupert from passing through the unfortified parliamentary town of Birmingham. A barricade was put up at the entrance of the town. MISSION: Royalist Forces are to push through Birmingham and advance to Litchfield. If the Townsmen fire on Royalist Forces, authorization to set fire to the buildings with HE and HEAT is in effect as the Continental Rules of Warfare prohibit an Open Town from resisting. EXECUTION: The Cavalier and Dragoon M60A3 Tank Platoons are to support the plow tanks as they clear a way through the barricade. Infantry from the Musketeer Mech Platoon will capture the town. Missile units in the Mech Platoon will set up for any counter-attack. FORCE COMPOSITION: Royalists: Cavaliers 1 x M60A3 Tank Platoon Dragoons 1 x M60A3 Tank Platoon Musketeers 1 x ASLAV Mech Platoon Quartermaster Repair, Medical, Supply, AEV, and Plow Tank Artillery 2 batteries of 3 guns each. Parliamentarians are equipped with T-64A Tanks and Infantry with anti-tank weapons. Artillery is expected. Notes: Unzip and Install THE BATTLE OF BIRMINGHAM.sce in your Scenario Folder. Unzip and Install CONNAUGH – BIRMINGHAM in your Maps Folder.
  4. Version 1.0.1

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    OPERATION LAM SON 719 by Connaugh Operation Lam Son 719 or 9th Route - Southern Laos Campaign was a limited-objective offensive campaign conducted in the southeastern portion of the Kingdom of Laos from February to March 1971. The objective of the campaign was the disruption of a possible future offensive by the People's Army of Vietnam (PAVN), whose logistical system within Laos was known as the Ho Chi Minh Trail. MISSION: The Airborne Platoons will air-assault to FSB 31 and FSB Lolo. The 1st Armored Brigade, comprised of the 11th ACR and 17th ACR, is to advance on Highway 9 to A Luoi, leaving the Mech Platoons to defend A luoi. The Tanks of 11th ACR are to advance to FSB 31 to assist the 1st Airborne in defense. The Tanks of 17th ACR are to advance to FSB Lolo to assist the 2nd Airborne in defense. If strong enough, an advance to Tchepone will be attempted. When mission terminate orders are given, all units will retreat to Khe Sanh. OBJECTIVES: A Luoi, FSB 31, and FSB Lolo are to be occupied and defended, until orders to retreat are given. Secondary objective of Tchepone is to be captured. FORCE COMPOSITION: 11th ACR: 4 x M60A1 Tanks, 2 x M113 PC's 17th ACR: 4 x M60A1 Tanks, 2 x M113 PC's 1st and 2nd Airborne Platoons (computer controlled) 1 battery of 6 x M109A3 of Artillery support at FSB Phu Loc. PAVN forces are equipped with T-55A and PT-76 tanks. Notes: Install OPERATION LAM SON 719 in your scenario folder. Install CONNAUGH - LAM SON 719 in your maps folder
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