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  1. MITLA PASS – SUEZ CRISIS 1956

    MITLA PASS – SUEZ CRISIS 1956
    By Connaugh
     
    SITUATION:

     
    On 26 July 1956, Nasser nationalised the Suez Canal. On 29 October, Israel invaded the Egyptian Sinai. The IDF chief of staff, General Moshe Dayan, first planned to block the vital Mitla Pass. Dayan planned for the Battalion 890 of the Paratroop Brigade to drop near one of the defiles of the pass, Jebel Heitan. The rest of the brigade, under the command of Colonel Ariel Sharon would then advance to meet with the battalion, and consolidate their holdings.  

     
    MISSION:
     
    The Paratrooper Force is to land near the Heitan Defile and capture it. 202 Brigade will advance and secure the Mitla Defile and hold it against any Egyptian Counterattacks.

     
     EXECUTION:
    Paratroopers are to land on either side of the Heitan Defile and maneuver their LMG and infantry teams to clear the Egyptian trenches.
    After the Heitan Defile is captured, 202 Brigade will arrive and the tank platoon is to capture the Mitla Defile. The PC platoon is to set up infantry and ATGM teams for defense.

     

      FORCE COMPOSITION:

     
    Paratroopers                1 Infantry Platoon with LMG teams.

     
    202 Brigade                3 x Shot Kal Tanks
     
                                        4 x ASLAV PC’s with Dragon ATGM teams
     

     
    Egyptian Force consists of T-55A tanks and BTR-50PK PC’s.
     
    Mission Score dependent on capturing the Heitan Defile, the Mitla Defile
    And destroying all Egyptian AFV’s.

     
    Message will be generated when objective is captured.
     
    Scenario takes about 35 minutes to play.
     
    Unzip MITLA PASS – SUEZ CRISIS 1956 and save in your Scenarios Folder
    Unzip CONNAUGH – MITLA and save in your Maps Folder.

     

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  2. JUNO BEACH D-DAY

    JUNO BEACH - D-DAY
    By Connaugh
     
     
    SITUATION:
    At the beginning of the Battle of Normandy, the 3rd Canadian Infantry Division, landed on Calvados coast. Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, one of five Canadian landing sites, was located at the eastern end of Canada's assigned landing sector of Juno Beach. On D-Day, the 8th Canadian Infantry (Assault) Brigade (Group) stormed the beach, landing The North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment, the 10th Armoured Regiment (The Fort Garry Horse). The Canadians were met by about 100 defenders who garrisoned the town's fortified 'Resistance Nest'. The Germans were largely unaffected by the preparatory barrage, as such they were able to put up heavy resistance at the beach and in the town, for most of the day, as the Canadians pushed inland.
     
    MISSION:
    Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer must be captured and held against any counter-attacks.
     
    EXECUTION:
    The 10th Armored Regiment tanks will disembark from their LST directly on the beach at Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer and breach the minefield and steel beam obstacles. The amphibious DD tanks of the 10th Armored and the 8th Canadian Infantry, disembarking from their landing craft, will make their way through the cleared lanes and capture Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer.
     
    COMPOSITION OF FORCES:
    10th Armored Regiment:                                 3 x M60A3 Tanks with Plows
                                                                            2 x M60A3 Tanks with Rollers
     
    10th Canadian Armored- DD Tanks              3 x PT76 Tanks
     
    8th Canadian Infantry                                      4 x M113 Landing Craft with Infantry and LMG     Teams.
     
    Artillery                                                           1 battery of 3 tubes
     
     
    German Armor consists of Leopard AS1’s and AMX13-75’s.
    And Infantry in ASLAV-PC’s.
     
     
    VICTORY CONDITION:
     
    Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer must be captured and all German AFV’s destroyed.
     
    Scenario takes about 25 minutes to play.
     
    Unzip JUNO BEACH D-DAY and save in your Scenarios Folder
    Unzip CONNAUGH - JUNO BEACH and save in your Maps Folder.
     

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  3. War of the Oranges: Portugal - Spain

    WAR OF THE ORANGES:  PORTUGAL -  SPAIN
     
    The town of Olivenza was under Portuguese sovereignty almost continuously between 1297 (Treaty of Alcañices) and 1801, when it was occupied by Spain during the War of the Oranges, so-named because Generalissimo Godoy sent oranges picked outside of Elvas to the Queen of Spain, and ceded that year under the Treaty of Badajoz. Spain has since administered the territory, whilst Portugal invokes the self-revocation of the Treaty of Badajoz, plus the Treaty of Vienna of 1815, to claim the return of the territory. In spite of the territorial dispute between Portugal and Spain, the issue has not been a sensitive matter in the relations between these two countries. Portugal has never made a formal claim to the territory after the Treaty of Vienna, but neither has it directly acknowledged Spanish sovereignty over Olivenza.
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    The Irredentist Party has gained control of the government and has ordered its military forces to advance into Spain and occupy Olivenza with the intention that international pressure will force Spain to cede Olivenza back to Portugal.
     
     
    MISSION:
     
    Portuguese Armored Forces are to occupy Olivenza and defend it from any Spanish counter-attacks.
     
     
    COMPOSITION OF FORCES:
     
    PORTUGAL:
     
    Grupo de Carros                                 2 x Leopard 2A6 Platoons
    Batalhao de Infantaria                        2 x M113A1 Platoons (with Javelin ATGM)
     
    1 x Artillery Battery of 3 tubes
     
     
    SPAIN:
     
    Leopard 2E tanks
    Centauros
    Pizarros
     
     
    VICTORY CONDITIONS:
     
    Portugal wins if it destroys all Spanish AFV’s.
    Spain wins if it occupies Olivenza.
     
     
    Scenario takes about 40 minutes to play.
     
    Unzip WAR OF THE ORANGES  and save in your Scenarios Folder
    Unzip CONNAUGH - OLIVENZA and save in your Maps Folder

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  4. PEGASUS BRIDGE

    PEGASUS BRIDGE
    by Connaugh

     

     
    SITUATION:

     
    Allied forces have landed on the Normandy beaches.
    Two bridges over the Caen Canal and the Orne River must be taken to prevent the rapid deployment of German reserves against the seaborne landings.

     

     
    MISSION:

     
    D Company, 6th British Airborne, carried in UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopters, is to capture the bridge over the Canal de Caen (Pegasus) next to Benouville and the bridge over the Orne River leading to Ranville and hold them against any armored counter-attacks until relieved by the 7th Armored.

     

     
    EXECUTION:

     
    1st, 2nd, and 3rd Squads are to capture and hold the Canal (Pegasus) Bridge.
    4th and 5th Squads are to capture and hold the Ranville Bridge.

     

     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:

     
    D Company Squads consist of Infantry sections, LMG teams, and Dragon ATGM teams.
    7th Armored consists of a M60A3 tank platoon.

     
    Message will be generated when an objective is captured.
    Scoring based on eliminating all enemy AFV’s.

     
    NOTES:

     
    Unzip PEGASUS BRIDGE and save in your scenarios folder.
    Unzip CONNAUGH – PEGASUS BRIDGE and save in your maps folder.

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  5. ST. NAZAIRE RAID

    ST. NAZAIRE RAID by Connaugh
     
     
    The St Nazaire Raid or Operation Chariot was a British amphibious attack on the heavily defended Normandie dry dock at St Nazaire in German-occupied France during the Second World War. The operation was undertaken by the Royal Navy (RN) and British Commandos. St Nazaire was targeted because the loss of its dry dock would force any large German warship in need of repairs, such as Tirpitz, sister ship of Bismarck, to return to home waters by running the gauntlet of the Home Fleet of the Royal Navy and other British forces, via the English Channel or the North Sea.
     
    The obsolete destroyer HMS Campbeltown, accompanied by Motor Launches, carrying Infantry, and Motor Gun Boats, crossed the English Channel to the Atlantic coast of France and was rammed into the Normandie dock gates. The ship had been packed with delayed-action explosives, well hidden within a steel and concrete case, that detonated later that day, putting the dock out of service until 1948.
     
    Force Composition:
     
    Group 1:          3 x Motor Launches (M113A1), 1 x Motor Gun Boat (PT76)
    Group 2:          3 x Motor Launches (M113A1), 1 x Motor Gun Boat (PT76)
    Group 3:          3 x Motor Launches (M113A1), 1 x Motor Gun Boat (PT76)
     
    HMS Campbeltown:   1 x Destroyer (ASLAV-PC) with Infantry.
     
    HMS Tynedale:           1 x Destroyer (105mm Gun)
     
    Each Group is comprised of Infantry with Anti-tank weapons, LMG Teams, and M47 Dragon ATGM teams.
     
     
    Objectives:
     
    Group 1:                      Capture the Old Mole, the Power Station,
          and destroy the Avant Port Bridge.
     
    Group 2:                      Capture the Winding Station, the Lock,
         and destroy the Lock Bridge.
     
    Group 3:                      Capture the Pump House, the Storage tanks,
         and destroy the Basin Bridge.
     
    HMS Campbeltown:   Ram the Normandie Dock Gate and destroy the gate.
               
     
    Execution:
     
    The amphibious force of Motor Launches (M113A1), supported by Motor Gun Boats (PT76), will disembark infantry to clear out Enemy positions,
    capture the assigned objectives, set demolition charges to destroy bridges, and prepare for armored counter-attacks with the ATGM Teams.
    The HMS Campbeltown will ram the Normandie Dock Gate, disembark its infantry and assist capturing objectives.
    HMS Tynedale will provide fire support from the Estuary.
     
     
     
     
    Notes:
     
                            To destroy the bridges, Infantry must advance to occupy the bridge zones which will activate an IED after a 5-minute delay.
        The HMS Campbeltown has to break through the dock gate wall to its waypoint, disembarking its infantry, activating demolition charges (IED) to explode in 20 minutes.
     
        Message will be generated when an objective is achieved.
     
    Unzip  ST NAZAIRE RAID and save in your Scenarios Folder
    Unzip  CONNAUGH – ST NAZAIRE and save in your maps folder

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  6. The Defense of Ceuta

    THE BATTLE OF CEUTA

    By Connaugh


     
    The government of Morocco has repeatedly called for Spain to transfer the sovereignty of Ceuta, drawing comparisons with Spain's territorial claim to Gibraltar.

    The Spanish position is that Ceuta is an integral part of Spain, and has been since the 16th century, centuries prior to Morocco's independence from France in 1956,

    whereas Gibraltar, being a British Overseas Territory, is not and never has been part of the United Kingdom.  Morocco has claimed the territory is a colony.

    One of the chief arguments used by Morocco to reclaim Ceuta comes from geography, as this exclave, which is surrounded by Morocco and the Mediterranean Sea,

    has no territorial continuity with the rest of Spanish territory.  This argument was originally developed by one of the founders of the Moroccan Istiqlal Party, Alal-El Faasi,

    who openly advocated the Moroccan conquest of Ceuta and other territories under Spanish rule. 


     
     

    SITUATION:


     
     The Istiqlal party has gained control of the government of Morocco and has ordered Armored Forces to invade Ceuta to return it to Moroccan sovereignty.


     
     

    MISSION:


     
    Spanish forces are to defend Ceuta from invasion by Moroccan Forces.

    The Torre de Francisco de Asis, Torre de Piniers and Puente Del Quemadero are to be held until they are considered untenable and forces are to retreat to Ceuta. The city of Ceuta is to be defended.


     
     

    FORCE COMPOSITION:

    1st Platoon / 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment -          2 x Leopard 2A4

    2nd Platoon/ 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment -         2 x Leopard 2A4

    3rd Platoon / 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment -         2 x Leopard 2A4

    1st Platoon / 2nd Spanish Legion Tercio                    2 x Centauros B1

     

    54th Regulares Light Infantry with anti-tank weapons


     
    Artillery of 2 batteries of 3 guns each.

     

    Moroccan Forces include M60A3 tanks and M113A1 PC's.

    Artillery is expected.


     
    Mission Score dependent on controlling Ceuta at end of mission.


     
    Unzip THE DEFENSE OF CEUTA and save in your Scenario Folder
    Unzip CONNAUGH - CEUTA and save in your Maps Folder

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  7. SLOVENIA: WAR OF INDEPENDENCE

    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.

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  8. WAR IN DONBAS: THE BATTLE OF MARIUPOL

    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.

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  9. THE BATTLE OF BIRMINGHAM

    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.

     

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  10. OPERATION LAM SON 719

    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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  11. OPERATION RAVIV: THE TEN-HOUR WAR

    OPERATION RAVIV: THE TEN-HOUR WAR
     
    By Connaugh
     
    Operation Raviv, also known as the Ten-Hour War, was a mounted raid conducted by the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) on Egypt's Red Sea coast during the War of Attrition. Taking place on September 9, 1969, Raviv was the sole major ground offensive undertaken by the IDF against Egypt throughout the war. The raid was to be carried out by Israeli armor and infantry masquerading as Egyptian troops. Arab hardware captured during the Six-Day War had been introduced into service with the IDF, and the force was to use Tiran 5 tanks (IDF designation for the T-55) and BTR-50 armored personnel carriers, camouflaged with the Egyptian sand-colored scheme.
     
     
    MISSION:
    Harel Force, comprised of six T-55 Tanks and three BTR-50 PC’s, is to be landed at El Hafair, south of Suez on the Egyptian coast, by the 11th Flotilla and conduct a raid destroying Egyptian Outposts and Radar Stations. Then, the force is to meet up with the 11th Flotilla at Ras Saafrana and be ferried back to Israeli-held territory in the Sinai.
     
     
    OBJECTIVES:
    Radar Stations at Abu Darag and Ras Saafrana and Egyptian Outposts 1 and 2 on the
    Red Sea Coast are to be captured.
     
     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:
     
    2 x T-55 Tank Platoons
    1 x BTR-50 PC Platoon
    CSS of Repair, Medical, and Supply
     
    5 x Air strikes will be available
     
    Player Notes:
    The 11th Flotilla will land at El Hafair and disembark Harel Force.
    The CO can then assign vehicles to players.
    Message that an objective has been captured will be generated.
    Mech Infantry have to capture an objective.
    Mission will end when Harel Force enters Exit Zone for embarkation.
     
    Map file:          CONNAUGH – RAVIV E    Unzip and save in your Maps Folder
    Scenario File:  OPERATION RAVIV - THE TEN HOUR WAR       Unzip and save in your Scenarios Folder

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  12. THE BATTLE OF LARGS: NORWAY-GREAT BRITAIN

    THE BATTLE OF LARGS: NORWAY-GREAT BRITAIN
    by Connaugh
     
     
    The Battle of Largs  was an indecisive engagement between the kingdoms of Norway and Scotland, on the Firth of Clyde near Largs, Scotland. The conflict formed part of the Norwegian expedition against Scotland in 1263, in which Haakon Haakonsson, King of Norway attempted to reassert Norwegian sovereignty over the western seaboard of Scotland.
     
     
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
     
    It is now 2020 and Norway has landed on the coast of West Scotland near Largs in an attempt to re-establish its sovereignty over the area. Norwegian Forces have advanced as far north as Inverkip and south as West Kilbride in Ayrshire, Scotland. They have fortified Largs, Fairlie, Blair Park, the Peel Ports, and the Power Station and Hunterston Castle and have set up an artillery battery on Great Cumbrae Island.
     
     
     
     
    MISSION:
     
     
    U.K. Armored Forces are to recapture the lost Towns and eliminate the Norwegian presence in Scotland.
    The Norwegian Artillery Battery on Great Cumbrae Island is to be eliminated by the Helicopter Assault Force.
     
     
     
     
    OBJECTIVES:
     
     
    1st Brigade is to recapture Inverkip and Largs.
    2nd Brigade is to recapture Blair Park, Fairlie, and the Peel Ports
    3rd Brigade is to recapture West Kilbride and the Power Station and Hunterston Castle.
     
     
     
     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:     3 x Tank Platoons. 3 x Mech Platoons
     
     
    1st Brigade:     Royal Dragoons (Challengers)            Scot Guards (Warriors)          
    2nd Brigade    Royal Hussars (Challengers)               Coldstream Guards (Warriors)
    3rd Brigade     Royal Tanks (Challengers)                  Grenadier Guards (Warriors)
     
     
    Helicopter Assault Force:  3 x CH-47 Chinooks with Infantry (Delayed Arrival)
    Artillery: 2 Batteries, 6 Tubes each.
    CSS:        Repair, Medical, and Supply
     
     
    Norwegian Forces are comprised of Leopard 2A4 Tanks and CV90/35 PC's
    and Infantry with anti-tank weapons.
     
     
     
     
    Message will be generated when an objective is captured.
    Mech Infantry must occupy Objectives to earn Victory Points.
     
    Note:
    CONNAUGH - LARGS.7Z is the Map file. Unzip and save in your Map Packages Folder.
    THE BATTLE OF LARGS - NORWAY-SCOTLAND is the scenario. Unzip and save in your Scenarios Folder.
     

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  13. OPERATION POWERPACK- U.S. INTERVENTION IN DOMINICAN CIVIL WAR 1965

    OPERATION POWERPACK- U.S. INTERVENTION IN DOMINICAN CIVIL WAR 1965
    by Connaugh
     
    Rebels, calling themselves Constitutionalists, launched a coup against the president, who was installed by the military, seizing the Radio Santo Domingo building, issuing calls of sedition. They then stormed the Presidential Palace and arrested the President. The U.S. launched Operation Powerpack to prevent a second Cuban Revolution and secure the foreign embassies and evacuate U.S. citizens.
     
     
    SITUATION:
     
    Rebels have occupied the Presidential Palace, Radio Station and Foreign Embassies.
     
     
    EXECUTION:
     
    The 505th Airborne is to land at San Isidoro Airbase and secure it.
    The 508th Airborne is to land at the airbase and advance to the city of Santo Domingo, securing the Duarte Bridge, Presidential Palace, and the Radio Station.
    The 6th Marines are to land at Balos de Haina and advance to Santo Domingo, securing the Foreign Embassies and enable the evacuation of U.S. citizens from Hotel Embajador.
     
    FORCE COMPOSITION:
     
    6th Marines:                3 x M60A1 Tanks, 1 x M113 Mech Platoon
    508th Airborne:           3 x M60A1 Tanks, 1 x M113 Mech Platoon
    505th Airborne            1 x Infantry Platoon
     
    Rebels are armed with anti-tank weapons and AMX13-75 tanks.
     
    Notes:
    The 6th Marines Tank Platoon and the 508th Airborne Tank and Mech Platoons will be
    airlifted in at the start of the mission and can be assigned to players by the CO.
    Mech Infantry have to secure the objectives to achieve Victory Points.
    Area around the Hotel Embajador needs to be clear of Rebels who will fire on the CH47 that will evacuate U.S. Citizens
     

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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. 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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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. 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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  22. 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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  23. 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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  24. 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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  25. 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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