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  1. BATTLE OF GROZNY: FIRST CHECHEN WAR 1994

    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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  2. THE BATTLE OF LUKAYA: UGANDAN-TANZANIAN WAR - 1979

    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.
     

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  3. AMBUSH - THE BATTLE OF DEZFUL IRAN-IRAQ WAR 1981

    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

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  4. CHAOS IN THE CHOUF-MOUNTAIN WAR IN LEBANON 1983

    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.
     

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  5. CAPTURING THE BRIDGE - GERMANY 1982

    CAPTURING THE BRIDGE - GERMANY 1982
    By Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:
     
    Soviet Forces have occupied a bridgehead on the Rhine River. NATO has planned an operation to capture the bridgehead to enable follow-up forces to counterattack.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    A Heli-borne platoon of the 101st Airborne will air assault the village, code-named ETTER, eliminate the Soviet garrison and occupy the buildings facing the North Bank and defend against any counterattack. A smoke barrage will land in front of the village to provide cover for the assaulting platoon.
     
    A Company, 2nd Armored with two tank platoons and one mech platoon will advance to Etter and defeat any armored Soviet counterattack. Then the river is to be crossed and the North Bank occupied.
     
     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:
     
    US:      101 Airborne:              1 Infantry Platoon with Anti-tank weapons
     
                2nd Armored:             2 x M60 Tank platoons
                                                    1 x M113 Mech Platoon
               
                                                    2 Artillery Batteries of 3 tubes each
     
     
    Soviet forces are equipped with T-62 tanks and BMP-1 PC's.
    Artillery is expected.
     
    Points scored for occupying North Bank.
     

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  6. WAR OF THE PACIFIC - PART TWO: BOLIVIA-CHILE

    THE WAR OF THE PACIFIC - PART TWO:   BOLIVIA - CHILE
    by Connaugh
     
     
    The War of the Pacific, also known as the Saltpeter War was between Chile on one side and a Bolivian-Peruvian alliance on the other. It lasted from 1879 to 1884, and was fought over Chilean claims on coastal Bolivian territory in the Atacama Desert. The war ended with victory for Chile, which gained a significant resource-rich territory from Peru and Bolivia. However, Bolivia retains the policy of a territorial claim of a sovereign outlet to the Pacific Ocean and the armed forces carry the slogan "The sea is our right. To recover it is a must".
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    Bolivia has invaded Chile in an attempt to regain the lost territory from the 1879 War. Bolivian Armored Forces crossed the border in a blitzkrieg with the goal of occupying the port city of Antofagasta. Chilean forces have been forced to retreat from the cities of San Pedro de Atacama, Cerro Pular, San Francisco de Chiu Chiu, Calama, and Sierra Gorda.
     
    MISSION:
     
    Chilean Armored Columns are to advance to Antofagasta and defend the city.
    Next, an advance to take back the lost cities and drive the Bolivians out of Chile.
     
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    A and B Companies will advance to Antofagasta and defend the city.
    A Company will then recapture Carmen Alto, Sierra Gorda, Maria Elena, and Calama.
    B Company will then recapture San Cristobal and Cerro Pular.
    The two forces will then combine to recapture San Pedro de Atacama and San Francisco de Chiu Chiu.
     
     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:
     
    A Company:    2 x Leopard 2A4 Platoons,  1 Marder 1A3 Platoon
    B Company:    2 x Leopard 2A4 Platoons,  1 Marder 1A3 Platoon
     
     
     
    CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply will accompany each force.
    2 Artillery Batteries of 6 tubes each will be available.
     
    Bolivian forces include TAM VC tanks, Centauros, and M113 PC's and Infantry with anti-tank weapons.
     
    Artillery is expected.
    Message that an objective is captured will be generated.

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  7. THE GRAN CHACO - BOLIVIA-PARAGUAY- PART TWO

    THE GRAN CHACO  - BOLIVIA-PARAGUAY - PART TWO
     
    By Connaugh
     
     
     
     
    The Chaco War (1932–1935); was fought between Bolivia and Paraguay over control of the northern part of the Gran Chaco region of South America which was thought to be rich in oil. It is also referred to as La Guerra de la Sed (Spanish for "The War of Thirst") in literary circles, for being fought in the semi-arid Chaco. The origin of the war is commonly attributed to a long-standing territorial dispute and the discovery of oil deposits on the Andean plains. In 1929, the Treaty of Lima ended the hopes of the Bolivian government of recovering a land corridor to the Pacific Ocean, which was thought imperative to further development and trade. Both Bolivia and Paraguay were landlocked. Though the Chaco was sparsely populated, control of the Paraguay River running through it provided access to the Atlantic Ocean. This became especially important to Bolivia, which had lost its Pacific coast to Chile in the 1879 War of the Pacific.
     
     SITUATION:
     
    Bolivia has invaded the Gran Chaco again in an attempt to gain control of the region.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    Paraguayan forces are to advance into the Gran Chaco region and relieve  Nanawa which is being besieged by Bolivian forces. Then, an advance is to be made to capture Boqeuron, Isla Poi, Picuiba, Alihuata, Campo Via, Corrales, Toledo, El Carmen and then carry the war into Bolivia and capture Canada Strongest.
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    Northern Force will advance from Puerto Casado and capture Boqeron, Isla Poi,  Picuiba, and El Carmen.
    Southern Force will advance from Asuncion and relieve the siege at Nanawa, then advance to capture Alihuata, Camp Via, Corrales, and Toledo.
    The two forces will then combine to cross into Bolivia and assault Canada Strongest.
     
     
     
     
    FORCE COMPOSTION:
     
    Northern Force:             1 x Leopard 1A5 Platoon
                                          1 x Centauro Platoon
                                          1 x Motorized Infantry Platoon
     
    Southern Force:             1 x Leopard 1A5 Platoon
                                          1 x Centauro Platoon
                                          1 x Motorized Infantry Platoon
     
    CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply will accompany each force.
    2 Artillery Batteries of 6 tubes each will be available.
     
    Bolivian forces include TAM VC tanks and Infantry with Anti-tank weapons.
    Artillery is expected.
     
     A message will be generated when an objective is recaptured.
     

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  8. THE TOYOTA WAR: CHAD-LIBYA 1987

    THE TOYOTA WAR: CHAD-LIBYA 1987
    by Connaugh
     
     
    The Toyota War is the name commonly given to the last phase of the Chadian-Libyan conflict, which took place in 1987 in Northern Chad and on the Libyan–Chadian border. It takes its name from the Toyota Pickup trucks used, primarily the Toyota Hilux and the Toyota Land Cruiser, to provide mobility for the Chadian troops as they fought against the Libyans. The war began with the Libyan occupation of northern Chad in 1983, when Libya's leader Muammar Gaddafi, refusing to recognize the legitimacy of the Chadian President Hissene Habre, militarily supported the attempt by the opposition Transitional Government of National Unity (GUNT) to overthrow Habré. The plan was foiled by the intervention of France which limited Libyan expansion to north of the 16th parallel, in the most arid and sparsely inhabited part of Chad.
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    Libyan forces have fortified various villages into strong-holds in Northern Chad.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    Chadian Forces are to assault and capture the Libyan strong-holds of Faya-Largeau, Fada, Ougui, Quadi Doum, Zour, Ountanga Kebir, and Aouzou using the mobility of their "Toyota" trucks. If possible, a raid into Libya to capture the Air Base of Maatan-As-Sarra is to be attempted.
     
     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:
     
    3 x 50 Cal MG Truck Platoons
    3 x TOW Truck Platoons
    3 x RCL Truck  Platoons
    3 x Truck Infantry Platoons
    3 x Supply Trucks
     
    2 Artillery batteries of 3 tubes. HE only.
     
    Libyan Forces are comprised of T-62 and T-55A Tanks, BMP-1 and BTR-70 PC's, and Infantry with Anti-tank weapons.
    Artillery is expected.
     
    Message will be generated when an objective is captured.
     

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  9. The Battle of Asal Uttar: Indo-Pakistani War of 1965

    The Battle of Asal Uttar: Indo-Pakistani War of 1965
    by Connaugh
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    Pakistan's invading force, consisting of the 1st Armoured Division and 11th Infantry Division,
    crossed the International Border and captured the Indian town of Khem Karan
    and intend to advance to Asal Uttar.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    Considering the situation, GOC Indian 4th Mountain Division (Maj. Gen. Gurbaksh Singh)
    has ordered the division to fall back and assume a horseshoe shaped defensive position
    with Asal Uttar as its focal point.
     
     
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    The 2nd Armored Brigade comprised of 3rd Cavalry, 8th Lancers and 9 Gorkha Rifles are to move up and occupy battle positions
    on the ridges to the west of Asal Uttar, Bhura Kohoa, and Rattoke and destroy the attacking Pakistani units.
     
     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:
     
    3rd Cavalry:               3 x Sho't Kal Platoons
    8th Lancers:               4 x AMX13 Platoons
    9 Gorkha Rifles          3 x Mech Platoons
     
    3 Artillery Batteries of 6 tubes each will be available.
    4th Mountain Division units are computer controlled.
    CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply.
     
    Enemy forces are comprised of M60 and AMX13 tanks and infantry with anti-tank weapons. Artillery is expected.
     
    Points scored for holding Asal Uttar, Bhura Kohoa, and Rattoke.
     

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  10. CAPTURE OF SHUSHA: NAGORNO-KARABAKH WAR 1992

    CAPTURE OF SHUSHA: NAGORNO-KARABAKH WAR 1992
    By Connaugh
     
    The Nagorno-Karabakh War was an ethnic and territorial conflict that took place in the late 1980's to May 1994, in the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh in southwestern Azerbaijan, between the majority ethnic Armenians of Nagorno-Karabakh backed by the Republic of Armenia, and the Republic of Azerbaijan. As the war progressed, Armenia and Azerbaijan, both former Soviet Republics, entangled themselves in a protracted, undeclared war in the mountainous heights of Karabakh as Azerbaijan attempted to curb the secessionist movement in Nagorno-Karabakh.
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    Azerbaijani commanders holding out in the region's last bastion of Shusha began a large-scale artillery bombardment with GRAD rocket launchers against Stepanakert, the NKR's highly populated capital.
    Armenian Forces in Nagorno-Karabakh have planned an operation to capture the town of Shusha and several other Azerbaijan-held villages in the region.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    The Primary Objectives are for Armenian Forces to capture Shusha and two nearby villages, Shushikend and Dasalti. Secondary objectives are Daskend, Dagdagan and Lisagor to open a corridor to Armenia. The artillery battery in Shusha is to be destroyed.
     
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    Three Task Forces of a Tank Section and a Mech Platoon each will be sent to assault and capture each of the objectives of Daskend, Shushikend, and Dasalti.
    The three task forces will then combine to assault and capture the main objective of Shusha.
    Secondary Objectives of Dagdagan and Lisagor are then to be captured.
     
     
    Armenian Forces are comprised of:
     
    3 x T-72 Tank Sections
    2 x BMP-2 Mech Platoons
    1 x BTR-70 Mech Platoon
    2 x Mi-24V Hind Helicopters
    1 Artillery Battery of 3 tubes
    CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply
     
    Azerbaijan forces are comprised of T-72 tanks and infantry with anti-tank weapons. Artillery is expected.
     
    Message will be generated when an objective is captured.

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  11. The Battle of Abu-Ageila (1967) Six Day-War

    Battle of Abu-Ageila (1967) Six Day-War
     by Connaugh
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
          The Israeli attack at Abu-Ageila was part of the Israeli offensive into the Sinai Desert.  Maj. Gen. Sharon was ordered to capture the road junction at Abu-Ageila in order to gain access to the central route into the Sinai Desert.
     
     
    EXECUTION:
         
          Northern Force (63 Armor) is to capture Position 181, destroying Egyptian Artillery and establish a blocking position west of Abu Ageila.  Central Force (14 Brigade) is to attack and capture Egyptian positions on Umm-Qatef and then advance to Abu Ageila. Southern Force (99 Brigade) is to capture Qusaymah and advance through the Daika Pass and then to Abu Ageila. A Paratrooper platoon will air assault Egyptian Artillery positions southeast of Abu Ageila.
     
    Unit composition:
     
    Northern Force:         1 Shot Kal Platoon, 1 x ASLAV-PC section
     
     
    Central Force:          3 x Shot Kal Platoons,   1 x ASLAV-PC platoon
                            1 x Shot Kal/AMX-13 platoon
     
    Southern Force:         1 x Shot Kal Platoon, 1 x ASLAV-PC section
     
    Air Assault Force:      3 x Blackhawk helicopters
     
     
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
     
    Armor units are equipped with Shot Kal and AMX-13.
    Motorized Infantry Units are equipped with ASLAV-PC's.
    CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply are available.
     
    Egyptian tank units are comprised of  T55A.
    Infantry are equipped with anti-tank weapons.
    Artillery is expected. So, keep moving.
     
    Commander will activate the Trigger for the Air Assault of the Paratroopers.
    Messages will be generated when objectives are captured.
    Points scored for capturing Abu Ageila, Position 181, Umm Qatef, Qusaymah
     
    150 minute time limit

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  12. Battle for the Mountains

    BATTLE FOR THE MOUNTAINS
     by Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:
    Argentina has invaded and occupied the Falkland Islands.
     
    MISSION:
    Great Britain has landed two brigades (3rd Commando and 5th Brigade) to take back the Falklands. The Argentines have fortified the mountains around Port Stanley with tanks and infantry.
     
    EXECUTION:
    Two Brigades will advance to Port Stanley and liberate the town. Each platoon will have two Challenger tanks and one Warrior.
    Units available:
    3rd Commando Brigade:
    40 Royal Marines
    42 Royal Marines
    45 Royal Marines
    2 Para
    3 Para
     
    5th Brigade:
    2 Scots Guards
    1 Welsh Guards
    1/7 Gurkhas
     
    Each Brigade will have one section of the Blues & Royals (Scimitar)  for Recon
    Each Brigade will have a CSS platoon of Repair, Medical, and Supply
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
     
     

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  13. Arracourt Redux (3.028)

    ARRACOURT REDUX by Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:
    Bavaria has invaded Lorraine and has been stopped at the Moselle river. Allied forces are preparing an offensive to push back the Bavarians.
     
    MISSION:
    The 4th Armored is to cross the Moselle River and execute a raid deep into enemy territory destroying supply depots and artillery parks located in villages. Enemy forces in these areas are comprised of infantry and tank units for defense. Intelligence has ascertained that elements of three armored panzer brigades are available to act as a quick reaction force to deal with any penetrations.
     
    EXECUTION:
    Combat Command A (CCA) will cross the Moselle and clear Chateu-Salins, Remerville, Varangeville, and advance to Arracourt.
    Combat Command B (CCB) is to cross the Moselle and clear Luneville, Valhey, Bauzemont and advance to assist CCA with Arracourt.
    Each Combat Command will have two Tank Platoons (M1A2SEP), 1 Mechanized Infantry Platoon (M2A2), 1 Recon Section (M3A2) and a CSS Platoon with Supply, Medical, and Repair units that will follow closely behind advancing units. This is a deep raid and no additional supply or reinforcements will be available. Each Combat Command is to conduct reconnaissance in its area of operations in order to detect any enemy counterattacks and be prepared for all-around defense.
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
    If possible, Champenoux, Moncourt, and Vaucourt are to be cleared.
    Enemy tank units in the villages are comprised primarily of 1A5's and some 2A5's.
    Enemy Panzer Brigade elements are comprised of 2A5's.
    Each Company Commander will determine his order of march.
    Saddle up and Good Luck! Points scored for destroying enemy supply trucks and artillery only.
    2 hour limit.

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  14. Operation Battleaxe

    SITUATION:
    The Commonwealth mounts an offensive to clear the frontier region.
     
    MISSION:
    The Commonwealth is to defeat the Afrika Korps on the frontier and secure Sollum, Fort Capuzzo, and Sidi Aziez.
     
    EXECUTION:
    The Commonwealth will launch a three-prong attack to clear the frontier region. Coast Force is responsible for capturing Halfaya Pass, Escarpment Force is to capture the remainder of the frontier at Fort Capuzzo, Musaid and Sollum. The 7th Armored Brigade Group is to capture Sidi Omar, Bir Ghirba, and Sidi Azeiz and destroy the Afrika Korps.
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
     
    Tank units are equipped with M1A2 (SEP) and Mechanized Infantry with M2A2..
     
    The Afrika Korps is equipped with Leopard 2A5's and CV90-40's.
     
    Infantry are equipped with anti-tank weapons and missiles.
     
    120 minute time limit.
     
    Points scored for capturing enemy strongpoints.

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  15. Madness at Mersa Matruh

    MADNESS AT MERSA MATRUH  by Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:
    After the defeat at Gazala, the Commonwealth has retreated to defensive strongpoints based on the coastal town of Mersa Matruh with the main goal of delaying the Afrika Korps from advancing on Alamein.

    MISSION:
    The Afrika Korps is to assault with the intent of capturing the Commonwealth strongpoints and destroy 75 per cent of the Commonwealth force, paving the way for an advance into Egypt.

    EXECUTION:
    The Etruscan Infantry Brigades- Trento, Brescia, and Pavia will assault the the town of Mersa Matruh. The Afrika Korps Armored units of 15th Panzer, 21st Panzer, 90th Light, and the Etruscan Armored units of Ariete and Trieste will capture Bir El Hukuma, Charing Cross, and Sidi Hamza. Then assist the Etruscan Infantry by capturing Mersa Matruh. Next, the Armored units will swing east to assault Bir Sarahna, Minqar Qaim, and Bir Kalda. The Commonwealth positions will be defended by the 10th Indian, 50th Northumbrian, and 2nd New Zealand infantry units along with the battered remnants of the 1st and 7th Armored. Two weak battle groups,  Leathercol and Gleecol, have been formed to defend the center between Mersa Matruh and Sidi Hamza. A cynical staff officer has described a battle group as a "brigade group that has been twice overrun by tanks".

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  16. Operation Ramadan Mubarak

    Operation Ramadan Mubarak    by Connaugh
    Iran-Iraq War  - 1988
     

     

     
               
     
     
     
     
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    In 1986, Iran launched Operation Dawn-8 and captured the Al Faw peninsula. Iraqi attempts to take back Al Faw failed.
     
    MISSION:
     
    Well, men. We are ready to expel the Iranian invaders that have been occupying our soil for two years. The Iranians have set up several defensive zones in front of the town of Al Faw with infantry in trenches backed up by M60 tanks. With three Republican Guard units, the Medina, Baghdad, and Hammurabi and the 7th Corps with the 6th Armored and 7th Infantry, we will attack and clear Al Faw of the enemy. A Commando unit will be inserted by helicopter south of Al Faw to assault the town.
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    7th Corps will advance south along the Shatt Al Arab and clear any opposition encountered on the way to Al Faw. The Republican Guard units will advance south on the right flank of 7th Corps and approach Al Faw from the west.
     
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
     
    Republican Guard Armor units are equipped with T-72A/M1.
    6th Armored is equipped with T-55A.
    Mechanized Infantry Units are equipped with BMP-2.
     
    Iranian Armor units are comprised of M60's.
    Infantry are equipped with anti-tank weapons and missiles.
     
    120 minute time limit.
     
    Points scored for capturing Al Faw.
    Points scored for destroying 50% of enemy.
     
    Units:
     
    TANK PLATOONS:
    1/Bagdad - Republican Guard
    1/Medina - Republican Guard
    1/Hammurabi - Republican Guard
    1/6th Armored (T-55)
     
    MECHANIZED INFANTRY:
    2/Bagdad - Republican Guard
    2/Medina - Republican Guard
    2/Hammurabi - Republican Guard
    1/7th Infantry
     
    RECON:
     
    Recon - Medina
    Recon - 6th Armored
     

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  17. The Schleswig-Holstein Question -- Resolved

    The Schleswig-Holstein Question -- Resolved
     by Connaugh
     
    The Schleswig-Holstein Question  was a complex set of diplomatic and other issues arising in the 19th century from the relations of two duchies, Schleswig and Holstein to the Danish crown and to the German Confederation. The British statesman Lord Palmerston is reported to have said: “Only three people have ever really understood the Schleswig-Holstein business—the Prince Consort, who is dead—a German professor, who has gone mad—and I, who have forgotten all about it". The central question was whether the duchy of Schleswig was or was not an integral part of the dominions of the Danish crown, with which it had been associated in the Danish monarchy for centuries or whether Schleswig should, together with Holstein, become an independent part of the German Confederation. The Second Schleswig War in 1864 resolved the Schleswig–Holstein Question violently, by forcing the king of Denmark to renounce all his rights in the duchies in favour of Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria and King William I of Prussia
     
    Currently, the "Irredentia" Party gained control of the Danish Parliament and secret preparations for reacquiring Schleswig began.
     
    Mission:
    Danish Armored Forces will cross the border and take back Schleswig. The main objectives will be the Towns of Husum and Schleswig. Initial resistance is expected to be light and the Armored columns are to rapidly seize the objectives and prepare for German counterattacks.
     
    Execution:
    1st Brigade will advance rapidly down Highway A7 and seize Schleswig.
    2nd Brigade will advance rapidly down Highway B5 and seize Husum.
     
    Tank Platoons: 2A5-DK
    1st Jydske Dragon Regt.
    2nd Jydske Dragon Regt.
    3rd Jydske Dragon Regt.
     
    Mech Platoons: CV90/35-DK
    1st Garde Husar
    2nd Garde Husar
    1st Kongelige Livegarde
     
    Recon: CV90/35-DK
    Garde Husar
     
    3 Batteries of Artillery will be available.
    Each Mech Platoon has three Tow Missile Teams
    Each column will have a CSS platoon with Supply, Repair, and Medical.
     
    German Tank Units are equipped with Leopard 2A5
     
    120 minute time limit

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  18. Gazala

    GAZALA   by Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:
    The Commonwealth has occupied a defensive line running from Gazala on the coast down to Bir Hacheim at its southern end. The 1st South African, 50th Highland, and Free French occupy the defensive positions of the line. In reserve behind the line, are the armored units - 1st Armored with the  22nd, 32nd, and 201st Guards Brigades and the 7th Armored with the 4th and 7th Brigades.
     
    MISSION:
    The Afrika Korps is to breach the Gazala line and capture the defensive positions and destroy 75 per cent of the Commonwealth force.
     
    EXECUTION:
    The Etruscan Infantry Brigades- Sabratho, Trento, Brescia, and Pavia will assault the two defensive positions held by the 1st South African and 50th Highland.  Due to the extensive minefields in front of the Gazala line, the main armored thrust will involve sweeping around the most southern defensive position, Bir Hacheim, and attack the Commonwealth positions from the rear. The two Etruscan Armored units - Ariete and Trieste, will capture Bir Hacheim at the end of the Gazala defensive line. The Afrika Korps of 15th Panzer and 21st Panzer along with 90th Light will sweep around Bir Hacheim and move north to assault the key defensive position of Knightsbridge, held by the 201st Guards and then destroy the two Commonwealth Armored units - 1st and 7th Armored, then assist the Etruscan Infantry with their assault. Next the advance to the east is to be made with the goal of capturing Acroma, El Adem, Retma, and Bir El Gubi.
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
     
    Armor units are equipped with Leopard AS1's.
    Motorized Infantry Units are equipped with ASLAV-PC's.
     
    Commonwealth tank units are comprised primarily of  Centurions.
    Infantry are equipped with anti-tank weapons and missiles.
     
    120 minute time limit.
    Points scored for capturing defensive positions and destroying 75% of Commonwealth forces.

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  19. THE BATTLE OF ALAM HALFA: 1ST ALAMEIN

    THE BATTLE OF ALAM HALFA: 1ST ALAMEIN
    by Connaugh
     
     
    SITUATION:
    After the defeat at Mersa Matruh, the Commonwealth has retreated to defensive strongpoints based on the coastal town of Alamein with the main goal preventing the Afrika Korps from advancing into Egypt.
     
    MISSION:
    The Afrika Korps is to assault with the intent to capture the Commonwealth strongpoints of Deir El Shein, Garet El Abd, Garet El Himeimat, El Alamein and then capture Ruweisat Ridge and Alam Halfa Ridge and destroy 75 per cent of the Commonwealth force.
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    The armored units of 15th Panzer, 21st Panzer, 90th Light, Ariete, and Trieste will lead the assault with the mechanized infantry following to occupy the objectives.
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
     
    Armor units are equipped with Leopard AS1's.
    Motorized Infantry Units are equipped with ASLAV-PC's.
    CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply are available.
     
    Commonwealth tank units are comprised of  Centurions.
    Infantry are equipped with anti-tank weapons and missiles.
     
    120 minute time limit.
    Points scored for capturing defensive positions and destroying 75% of Commonwealth forces.
     
    Units:
     
    TANK PLATOONS:
    8 Pz / 15th Panzer
    5 Pz / 21st Panzer
    190 Pz / 90th Light
    132 Armored / Ariete
    11 Armored / Trieste
     
    MECHANIZED INFANTRY
     
    200 Inf / 15th Pz
    104 Inf / 21st Pz
    361 Inf / 90th Light
    65 Bersaglia / Ariete
    8 Bersaglia / Trieste
     
    RECON:
    3 Recon/ 15th Pz
    33 Recon / 21st Pz

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  20. OPERATION GAZELLE - YOM KIPPUR WAR

    OPERATION GAZELLE - YOM KIPPUR WAR
    by Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:
     
    In a concerted effort to regain the Sinai and restore the honor lost in their humiliating 1967 defeat, Egyptian President Anwar el-Sadat sent his forces across the Suez Canal and overran the Bar-Lev Line.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    Israeli Armored Forces are to make a localized break in the Egyptian defensive line and attempt to cross the Suez Canal. By establishing a strong force on the west bank, the Israelis could encircle the Egyptian armies and force a cease-fire.
     
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    Sharon's 143rd Armored Division is to open the corridors and lay the bridges across the canal.
    Adan's 162nd Armored Division is to cross the canal and achieve an encirclement.
    Magen's 252nd Armored Division would initially launch diversionary attacks then support 143rd and 252nd divisions.
     
    The Egyptian Defensive Positions at "Chinese Farm" and "Missouri" are to be eliminated.
    Israeli forces will cross the canal at Deversoir and capture Fayid, Geneifa, Suez, and Ismailia.
     
     
    Israeli Force Composition:
    143 (Sharon):   1 x Shot Kal Platoon, 1 x M60 Platoon, 1 x Mech Platoon(M113)
    162 (Adan):     1 x Shot Kal Platoon, 1 x M60 Platoon, 1 x Mech Platoon
    252 (Magen):   1 x Shot Kal Platoon, 1 x M60 Platoon, 1 x Mech Platoon      
                             1 x Paratrooper Platoon(M113).
    CSS:                Repair, Medic, Supply,  3 x Biber.
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
    Three Airstrikes will be available.
     
    Egyptian Forces include T-62 and T-55 Tanks.
    Infantry have anti-tank weapons.
     
    Points scored for capturing Chinese Farm, Missouri, Fayid, Geneifa, Ismailia, and Suez.
     
     
     
     
    COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS:
     
    Message that an objective has been captured will be generated
    OPERATION GAZELLE- Yom Kippur War.zip

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  21. THE BATTLE OF THE BRIDGES-IRAQ INVASION OF KUWAIT

    The Battle of the Bridges:
    Iraqi Invasion of Kuwait on the 2d of August 1990
    by Connaugh
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
                       The underlying reasons for the invasion were debt incurred during the Iraq-Iran War not being forgiven, claims to Kuwati territorty, and slant-drilling of the Rumaila Oil field.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
                Iraqi Armored Forces are to invade Kuwait from the North and West and capture the town of Al Jahra, preparatory to an assault on Kuwait City.
     
     
    EXECUTION:
     
                The Hammurabi Division is to advance south down the
    Abadaly Road toward Al Jahra. The Medina Division is to advance from the West on  Highway 70  (Salmi Road). Objectives are the Ali Al Salem Air Base,  the Racecourse, and the town of  Al Jahra.  
                The Air Assault Force is to land on the eastern side of Al Jahra and assault the town.
     
     
    Force Composition:
     
    Tank Platoons:       (T72M)                1/Hammurabi
                                                                 2/Hammurabi
                                                                 1/Medina
                                                                 2/Medina
     
    Mech Platoons:       (BMP-2)              3/Hammurabi
                                                                 3/Medina
     
    Air Assault                                         (Mi-8T Hip-C)  x 6
                                                                (Mi-24 Hind-E) x 2
     
    3 Batteries (18 tubes) of Artillery will be available
    Commander will activate Trigger for Air Assault
    CSS of Repair, Medic, and Supply will accompany each force.
     
    Kuwaiti forces are equipped with Chieftain Mk5 tanks.
    Infantry are equipped with anti-tank weapons and missile units.
     
    Message that objectives have been captured will be generated.
     
     
    Two scenario files are included.
    The first file ending in "1990" has the Kuwaiti Chieftains armed with the L15 APDS.
    The second file ending in "L23A1" is the more difficult one as the Kuwaiti Chieftains have the more powerful L23A1 APFSDS
     

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  22. Battle of Karameh

    BATTLE OF KARAMEH - War of Attrition - 1968
    by Connaugh
     
    The Battle of Karameh was a military engagement between the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and combined forces of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Jordanian Armed Forces (JAF) in the Jordanian town of Karameh on 21 March 1968, during the War of Attrition
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    PLO forces have taken the border town of Karameh, Jordan, as their headquarters and have stepped their attacks on Israel and Israeli-occupied territories.
    The IDF desires to destroy the fedayeen camps at Karameh  and Safi and capture Yasser Arafat and punish Jordan for its perceived support of the fedayeen.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    Israeli Armored Forces and Heli-borne Paratroopers are to launch a four-pronged attack on the town and eliminate the PLO fedayeen.
     
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    Northern Force:   60 Brigade: (1 x Sho't Kal platoon, 1 x M113 section) is to cross the Damiya Bridge and capture Musri and then advance south to Karameh.
     
    Central Force:       7 Brigade: ( 3 x Sho't Kal platoons, 1 x M113 platoon) is to cross the Allenby Bridge, sending one platoon to Karameh, a second platoon to                                                                                                         capture Al Shunat Nimrin and to a blocking position east of the town.  A third platoon is to assist the Southern Force if needed.
     
    Southern Force:    80 Brigade:  (1 x Sho't Kal platoon, 1 x M113 section) is to cross the Abdullah Bridge, capture Safi and advance to Karameh.
     
    Paratrooper Force:                     (3 x Chinook Helicopters) is to conduct an air assault on Karameh with Central Force.
     
     
    3 Batteries of Artillery Support (18 Tubes) are available.
     
    Jordanian Armored forces are equipped with M60 tanks and are expected to act as a quick-reaction force.
    Infantry are equipped with anti-tank weapons.
    Jordanian artillery is expected. So, keep moving.
     
     
    COORDINATING INSTRUCTIONS:
     
    Bridges are defended by Infantry and Armor. Player is to utilize smoke and artillery accordingly.
    Karameh has civilians, so no artillery can be used on the town.
    Trigger 1 activates the Paratroopers when Commander is ready for the assault on Karameh.
    After landing, player will have control of troops but troops already have paths set for the assault.
    Arafat will surrender when Israeli troops enter the Mosque in Karameh.
    Messages will be generated when objectives are captured.
    Points scored for capturing Musri, Safi, Al Shunat Nimrin, Karameh, and Arafat.
     
    120 minute time limit
     

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  23. Operation Peace for Galilee

    OPERATION PEACE FOR GALILEE
    by Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:
    PLO attacks on Israel have been increasing since the 1981 ceasefire.
     
    MISSION:
    Israeli forces are to launch a three-pronged invasion of southern Lebanon in "Operation Peace for Galilee" to destroy the PLO and eject the Syrians.
     
    EXECUTION:
    Western Force is to advance up the Coastal Plain and capture Tyre, Sidon, and Beirut.
     
    Central Force is to advance up the Lebanon Mountains, take Beaufort, Nabatya, Marjayoun, Jezzine and cut the Beirut-Damascus Highway at Ein Sofar.
     
    Bekaa Force will advance up the eastern slopes of the Lebanon Mountains, the Bekaa Valley and the western slopes of the Anti-Lebanon Mountains, capturing Hasbarya, Karoun, Rashaya, Sultan Yacoub and destroy any Syrian Armor encountered.
     
    Three batteries of artillery (18 tubes) will be on call.
     
    Israeli Force Composition:
    Western: 1 x M60A3 platoon; 1 x Merkava  section; 1 x M113 Mech Infantry section; 1 x Sho't Kal  Amphibious platoon.
    Central:   1 x M60A3 platoon; 1 x Merkava section; 1 x M113 Mech Infantry section
    Bekaa:     2 x M60A3 platoons; 2 x Merkava sections; 1 x M113 Mech Infantry section
    CSS includes Repair, Medical, and Supply with each force.
    Merkava tanks include troops.
     
    Syrian Armor is comprised of T-72A and T-62 tanks.
    PLO Armor is comprised of T-55A tanks.
    Syrian and PLO infantry have anti-tank weapons.
     Phalangist Militia will attack PLO in Beirut and be under player control
    Operation Peace for Gallilee.zip

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  24. The Elgin Marbles - Reclaimed

    THE ELGIN MARBLES - RECLAIMED  by Connaugh
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    The Elgin Marbles are a collection of Classical Greek marble sculptures made under the supervision of the architect and sculptor Phidias and his assistants. They were originally part of the temple of the Parthenon and other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens.
     
    In 1801, Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin obtained a firman, which was an official decree,] from the Sublime Porte, the central government of the Ottoman Empire which were then the rulers of Greece, which allowed for the shipping of the marbles from Greece. From 1801 to 1812, the Earl's agents removed about half of the surviving sculptures of the Parthenon, as well as sculptures from the Propylaea and Erechtheum. The Marbles were transported by sea to Britain. In Britain, the acquisition of the collection was supported by some while some others, such as Lord Byron, likened the Earl's actions to vandalism or looting.
     
    Following a public debate in Parliament and the subsequent exoneration of Elgin, he sold the Marbles to the British government in 1816. They were then passed to the British Museum, where they are now on display in the purpose-built Duveen Gallery.
     
    After gaining its independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1832, Greece began a series of projects to restore its monuments. It has expressed its disapproval of Elgin's removal of the Marbles from the Acropolis and the Parthenon, which is regarded as one of the world's greatest cultural monuments. Greece continues to urge the return of the marbles to Greece for their unification by diplomatic and political means.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    Failing to have Britain return the Elgin Marbles, Greece has planned an amphibious assault and Greek Armored Forces will land in London and take back the Elgin Marbles.
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    Greek Armored Forces will move amphibious PT-76 tanks and M113 APC's up the Thames River and land at the Blackfriars Bridge. Heavy Transport will bring in a  platoon of 1A5 Leopard tanks. This force will advance quickly to The British Museum and secure the objective while trucks disembarked from another transport will be loaded with the marbles. The force will then make its way back to Blackfriars Bridge and embark for Greece.
     
    Britain will counter with the Scots Guards, who are stationed at The Wellington Barracks, London. The Scots Guards are comprised of Scimitars, Scorpions, and Warriors and infantry with anti-tank weapons.  The Scots Guards will attempt to block the return of the force with the Marbles on its way back to Blackfriars Bridge.
     
    No artillery support will be available. The area of operations is in the City of London and there is to be no collateral damage. Rules of Engagement preclude the harming of any citizens.
     
     
    Mission Completion:
     
    Platoon 6A (Trucks) must spend 15 minutes at the British Museum (loading the marbles) and then move to Blackfriars Bridge for extraction.

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