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I've been meaning to post this for a while. For those interested in BAOR, there's a fantastic and thoroughly researched ORBAT available on TankNet here: http://www.tank-net.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=38384

Perfect for those who, like me, intend to develop BAOR-focussed scenarios now that Scimitar and Warrior are available, with CR2 using L23A1 as a workable proxy for CR1 with Dorchester Level 1 add-on armour package, as used in Operation Granby (ODS).

The ORBAT is updated fairly regularly so it's worth keeping an eye on TankNet if you're interested.

Cheers

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I've been meaning to post this for a while. For those interested in BAOR, there's a fantastic and thoroughly researched ORBAT available on TankNet here: http://www.tank-net.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=38384

Perfect for those who, like me, intend to develop BAOR-focussed scenarios now that Scimitar and Warrior are available, with CR2 using L23A1 as a workable proxy for CR1 with Dorchester Level 1 add-on armour package, as used in Operation Granby (ODS).

The ORBAT is updated fairly regularly so it's worth keeping an eye on TankNet if you're interested.

Cheers

Kewl, will do. :luxhello:

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CR1 with Dorchester Level 1 add-on armour package, as used in Operation Granby (ODS).

Are you referring to the Dorchester Level 2E (DL2E) armor configuration ?

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Are you referring to the Dorchester Level 2E (DL2E) armor configuration ?

Hi Sovngard

What I'm saying is that, given there's no Challenger 1 in Steel Beasts, the current Challenger 2 using L23A1 ammunition is a workable proxy for Challenger 1 with Dorchester Level 1 add-on armour package, as fitted during Operation Granby, and theoretically available for late-Cold War scenarios set in Europe:

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Cheers

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