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106 downloadsI: SITUATION a. Enemy: Russian 65th Separate Guards Motor Rifle are diverging from Hanover and now are enroute to attack Hamelin. The city was fortified in advance and now the enemy is seeking a flanking route to cut of supply into Hamelin which was quickly discovered. The enemy force consists of mainly T-90s and BMP-3s. They have control of the flanks in the valley so be sure to watch your arks. b. Friendly: LANDJUT CMD has diverted a small Combat Team to engage and destroy any flanking unit in the valley enroute to Hamelin consiting of 2x Leopard 2A6MA2 Platoons, 1x CV-90 Infantry Platoon, 1x Mortar Battery in Piranha V and 1x Anti Tank Platoon with 2x Command Elements in Leopard 2A6MA2. c. Civilian: Civilians have all evacuated from the AO. Towns are given code names. In the order of appereance is Caribou, Deer, and Moose. II: MISSION. Attack to seize OBJ ROOK. III: EXECUTION Tasks 1. Seize OBJ ROOK and hold against possible counter attacks ; 2. Preserve Combat Power for future operations ; and 3. Avoid collateral damage to civilians/civilian infrastructure. Fires 4x 155mm Guns (240 HE / 120 SMK / 48 ICM). IV: SUPPORT. Organic Medical, Resupply and Recovery assets and 1x R+R in the deployment area. V: SIGNALS Map Contacts: Enabled Friendly ID: On Overhead View: On 1x A66 Leopard 2A6: 1x A OPS Leopard 2A6: 4x A2 Leopard 2A6 A21: A22: A23: A24: 4x A3 Leopard 2A6 A31: A32: A33: A34: 4x C3 CV90-35DK C31: C32: C33: C34: 2x E1 M113 TOW E13: E14: 4x A1 Piranha Mortars A11: A12: A13: A14: 4x Resupply Echelon A4(ARV):
M113G3-DK-TOW When given an ENGAGE route, it will not stop to reload. Instead, the vehicle will stop to engage, then continue without reloading. It will only reload when it reaches its final waypoint or encounters another enemy vehicle to engage....usually too late. I have not tested this against all TOW vehicles, but the correct behavior on an ENGAGE route for this type of vehicle would be to stop-engage-reload- THEN continue.
Hi Team A question for the Canadian and Danish Cold War experts: When did the M113(A1) TOW variants in your respective countries receive thermal imagers? It's hard to tell from my research. I'm guessing mid-80s through to early 90s latest but it would be good to have more specific timeframes if possible for existing and pipeline scenario work. Thanks in advance!