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  1. I visited Notre Dame last October. Wonderful experience.
  2. From today's AD-HOC game. BATTLE OF GROZNY: FIRST CHECHEN WAR 1994 by Connaugh The First Chechen War was a rebellion by the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria against the Russian Federation, fought from December 1994 to August 1996, culminating in the devastating Battle of Grozny. SITUATION: Russian Forces have planned to assault the city of Grozny. EXECUTION: The 131st Motor Rifle Brigade (Maikop) is to advance along the Staropromishlovskoye Highway to Mayakovskogo Street and capture the Train Station. The 81st Guards Motor Rifle Brigade is to advance down Pervomayskaya Street and capture the Presidential Palace. FORCE COMPOSITION: 131st Motor Rifle Brigade (Maikop) 2 x 72B1 Sections, 1 x BMP-2 Platoon 81st Guards 2 x 72B1 Sections, 1 x BMP-2 Platoon CSS with Repair, Medical, and Supply Artillery: 2 Batteries of 4 Guns each Chechen forces are comprised of mainly infantry with anti-tank weapons and T-62 tanks.
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    BATTLE OF GROZNY: FIRST CHECHEN WAR 1994 by Connaugh The First Chechen War was a rebellion by the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria against the Russian Federation, fought from December 1994 to August 1996, culminating in the devastating Battle of Grozny. SITUATION: Russian Forces have planned to assault the city of Grozny. EXECUTION: The 131st Motor Rifle Brigade (Maikop) is to advance along the Staropromishlovskoye Highway to Mayakovskogo Street and capture the Train Station. The 81st Guards Motor Rifle Brigade is to advance down Pervomayskaya Street and capture the Presidential Palace. FORCE COMPOSITION: 131st Motor Rifle Brigade (Maikop) 2 x 72B1 Sections, 1 x BMP-2 Platoon 81st Guards 2 x 72B1 Sections, 1 x BMP-2 Platoon CSS with Repair, Medical, and Supply Artillery: 2 Batteries of 4 Guns each Chechen forces are comprised of mainly infantry with anti-tank weapons and T-62 tanks.
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    THE BATTLE OF LUKAYA: UGANDAN-TANZANIAN WAR - 1979 by Connaugh The Battle of Lukaya was a battle in the Uganda–Tanzania War. It was fought in March 1979 around Lukaya, Uganda between Tanzanian and Ugandan government forces with Libyan and PLO assistance. Tanzania had briefly occupied the town but were driven out. Mission: Tanzanian Forces are to launch a counter-attack and retake Lukaya and then advance to Kampala and capture the town. Tanzanian Forces: 2 x T55 platoons 1 x BTR-70 Mech Platoon CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply Artillery of 2 batteries of 4 tubes each Ugandan and Libyan Forces are equipped with T-55 Tanks, AMX13 Tanks, and Infantry with anti-tank weapons.
  5. From the Feb. 9, 2019 AD-HOC game THE BATTLE OF LUKAYA: UGANDAN-TANZANIAN WAR - 1979 by Connaugh The Battle of Lukaya was a battle in the Uganda–Tanzania War. It was fought in March 1979 around Lukaya, Uganda between Tanzanian and Ugandan government forces with Libyan and PLO assistance. Tanzania had briefly occupied the town but were driven out. Mission: Tanzanian Forces are to launch a counter-attack and retake Lukaya and then advance to Kampala and capture the town. Tanzanian Forces: 2 x T55 platoons 1 x BTR-70 Mech Platoon CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply Artillery of 2 batteries of 4 tubes each Ugandan and Libyan Forces are equipped with T-55 Tanks, AMX13 Tanks, and Infantry with anti-tank weapons. On the march to Lukaya Kampala Captured. Mission Accomplished!
  6. From yesterday's AD-HOC AMBUSH - THE BATTLE OF DEZFUL IRAN-IRAQ WAR 1981 by Connaugh Iran planned Operation Nasr to be an armored offensive in Khuzestan province (the main province that Iraq attacked). It was designed to relieve the city of Abadan, which was under what would be a nearly year-long siege. The main attack would be carried out by three armored brigades of the 16th Qazvin armored division and the 55th paratrooper brigade of the regular army. The armored thrust would cross the Karkheh River drive from the northeast part of the province past the cities of Susangerd and Ahvaz, down the west bank of the Karun River. At the same time, forces inside Abadan would break out of their positions, and link up with the armored column arriving from the north. SITUATION: Iraqi Armored Forces have planned an ambush on both sides of the Highway that the Iranian Force is to travel. EXECUTION: The Iraqi force is to stop the Iranians from exiting the Southern Border of the map. FORCE COMPOSITION: Iraq: 6 x T-62 Tank Sections Infantry with anti-tank weapons 3 Artillery batteries of 4 tubes each Iran: Chieftain Mk5 and M60 Tanks M113 Mech Infantry Artillery is expected Mission Successful. Iranians prevented from reaching southern border.
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    AMBUSH - THE BATTLE OF DEZFUL IRAN-IRAQ WAR 1981 by Connaugh Iran planned Operation Nasr to be an armored offensive in Khuzestan province (the main province that Iraq attacked). It was designed to relieve the city of Abadan, which was under what would be a nearly year-long siege. The main attack would be carried out by three armored brigades of the 16th Qazvin armored division and the 55th paratrooper brigade of the regular army. The armored thrust would cross the Karkheh River drive from the northeast part of the province past the cities of Susangerd and Ahvaz, down the west bank of the Karun River. At the same time, forces inside Abadan would break out of their positions, and link up with the armored column arriving from the north. SITUATION: Iraqi Armored Forces have planned an ambush on both sides of the Highway that the Iranian Force is to travel. EXECUTION: The Iraqi force is to stop the Iranians from exiting the Southern Border of the map. FORCE COMPOSITION: Iraq: 6 x T-62 Tank Sections Infantry with anti-tank weapons 3 Artillery batteries of 4 tubes each Iran: Chieftain Mk5 and M60 Tanks M113 Mech Infantry Artillery is expected
  8. From today's AD-HOC: CHAOS IN THE CHOUF-MOUNTAIN WAR IN LEBANON 1983 by Connaugh The Mountain War or Guerre de la Montagne in French, was a subconflict within the 1982-89 phase of the Lebanese Civil War, which occurred at the mountainous Chouf District located south-east of the Lebanese Capital Beirut. It pitted the Christian Lebanese Forces militia (LF) and the official Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) against a coalition of anti-government Muslim leftist militias led by the Druze Progressive Socialist Party (PSP), backed by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Syria. Hostilities began when the LF and the LAF entered the predominantly Druze Chouf district to bring back the region under government control, only to be met with fierce resistance from local Druze militias and their allies. In the wake of the June 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon, the main Maronite Christian ally of Israel, the Lebanese Forces (LF) militia of the Kataeb Party commanded by Bashir Gemayel sought to expand its area of influence in Lebanon. The LF tried to take advantage of Israel Defense Forces (IDF) advances to begin deploying troops in areas where they had not been present before. This territorial expansion policy was focused on regions known to harbor a large Christian rural population, such as the mountainous Chouf District, located south-east of Beirut. By early 1983, the Lebanese Forces' managed to establish garrisons at a number of key towns in the Chouf, namely Aley, Deir el-Qamar, Souk El Gharb, Kfar Matta, Bhamdoun, Kabr Chmoun and others. However, this brought them into confrontation with the local Druze community, who viewed the LF as intruders on their territory. SITUATION: As soon as the last Israeli units left the Chouf, the Druze launched a full-scale offensive on Lebanese Forces positions at villages throughout the Chouf. MISSION: Lebanese Forces, comprised of the Christian militias of: Phalangists, Marada, Tigers, and the Guardians of the Cedars of Lebanon, are to advance into the Chouf and recapture the lost villages. EXECUTION: Task Force: Tiger objectives are Alayn and Bhamdoun. Task Force: Phalange objectives are Bemkkine and Souk El Gharb. Task Force: Marada objectives are Kafoun and Besrine. Task Force: Cedar Guards objectives are Qabr Chmoun, Deir Mar Maroun,and Deir El Qamar FORCE COMPOSITION: Lebanese Forces: Phalange 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Marada 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Tiger 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Cedar Guards 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Each Task Force has: CSS of Repair, Medic, and Supply Truck Mortar Platoon 1 x M1025 HMMWV Recon Artillery: 2 Batteries x 2 tubes Druze: T-55A Tanks. Infantry with Anti-tank weapons Message will be generated when objectives are captured. Marada advancing Phalangist eliminating Druze Infantry in Bemkine Clearing Druze Infantry at Souk El Gharb Kill at Besrine Cedar Guards clearing Qabr Chmoun Taking losses at Deir Mar Maroun Druze counterattack at Qabr Chmoun Phalangist Recon killed at Souk El Gharb Knife-fight at Deir Mar Maroun At Besrine Druze counterattack at Alayh
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    CHAOS IN THE CHOUF-MOUNTAIN WAR IN LEBANON 1983 by Connaugh The Mountain War or Guerre de la Montagne in French, was a subconflict within the 1982-89 phase of the Lebanese Civil War, which occurred at the mountainous Chouf District located south-east of the Lebanese Capital Beirut. It pitted the Christian Lebanese Forces militia (LF) and the official Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) against a coalition of anti-government Muslim leftist militias led by the Druze Progressive Socialist Party (PSP), backed by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Syria. Hostilities began when the LF and the LAF entered the predominantly Druze Chouf district to bring back the region under government control, only to be met with fierce resistance from local Druze militias and their allies. In the wake of the June 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon, the main Maronite Christian ally of Israel, the Lebanese Forces (LF) militia of the Kataeb Party commanded by Bashir Gemayel sought to expand its area of influence in Lebanon. The LF tried to take advantage of Israel Defense Forces (IDF) advances to begin deploying troops in areas where they had not been present before. This territorial expansion policy was focused on regions known to harbor a large Christian rural population, such as the mountainous Chouf District, located south-east of Beirut. By early 1983, the Lebanese Forces' managed to establish garrisons at a number of key towns in the Chouf, namely Aley, Deir el-Qamar, Souk El Gharb, Kfar Matta, Bhamdoun, Kabr Chmoun and others. However, this brought them into confrontation with the local Druze community, who viewed the LF as intruders on their territory. SITUATION: As soon as the last Israeli units left the Chouf, the Druze launched a full-scale offensive on Lebanese Forces positions at villages throughout the Chouf. MISSION: Lebanese Forces, comprised of the Christian militias of: Phalangists, Marada, Tigers, and the Guardians of the Cedars of Lebanon, are to advance into the Chouf and recapture the lost villages. EXECUTION: Task Force: Tiger objectives are Alayn and Bhamdoun. Task Force: Phalange objectives are Bemkkine and Souk El Gharb. Task Force: Marada objectives are Kafoun and Besrine. Task Force: Cedar Guards objectives are Qabr Chmoun, Deir Mar Maroun,and Deir El Qamar FORCE COMPOSITION: Lebanese Forces: Phalange 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Marada 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Tiger 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Cedar Guards 1 x T-55A Tank Platoon, 1 x BTR-80 PC Platoon Each Task Force has: CSS of Repair, Medic, and Supply Truck Mortar Platoon 1 x M1025 HMMWV Recon Artillery: 2 Batteries x 2 tubes Druze: T-55A Tanks. Infantry with Anti-tank weapons Message will be generated when objectives are captured.
  10. I will be there. I have a scenario that we can play: CHAOS IN THE CHOUF-MOUNTAIN WAR IN LEBANON 1983 I have three versions to accommodate the number of players that we have. Conn
  11. From todays Kanium Mission THE TOYOTA WAR: CHAD-LIBYA 1987
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