Bruyeres is a Cheese, Right?
Go for Broke 2 #19
|(Defender) Germany||vs||United States (Attacker)|
|Germany||16th Infantry Division|
|Germany||192nd Panzergrenadier Regiment|
|Germany||19th SS Police Regiment|
|Germany||716th Infantry Division|
|United States||36th "Texas" Infantry Division|
|United States||442nd "Nisei" Infantry Regiment|
|United States||753rd Tank Battalion|
|Overall Rating, 0 votes|
|Scenario Rank: --- of 609|
|Parent Game||Go for Broke 2|
|Maps||4: 107, 23, 24, 25|
|Layout Dimensions||86 x 56 cm
34 x 22 in
|Kill Them All|
|Scenario Requirements & Playability|
|Elsenborn Ridge||maps + counters|
|Go for Broke 2||counters|
|Invasion 1944||maps + counters|
For several days the Germans rebuffed every American attempt to reach Bruyeres. Merlin Castle had still not fallen either. The 36th Division's command deployed both the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and one of its own regiments along with tank support in an effort to finish conquest of Bruyeres. A heavy rain was again falling making spotting difficult and air cover unavailable. A German counterattack struck the Nisei just as they jumped off for their attack struck the Nisei just as they jumped off for their attack, along with a heavy artillery barrage.
After six hour slugfest Captain Joseph Byrne's Company I managed to wrestle Merlin Castle from the defenders. In the main effort, the hard-charging 143rd Infantry Regiment managed to bully its way into the southern portions of Bruyeres by noon. They soon supported by Company L from the 442nd Regimental Combat Team who fought their way into the northern portion of town. A couple hours of mopping up and the town was declared secure. To their chagrin, the pronouncement was a bit premature as hidden German diehards resolutely held out until midnight. Overall, the operation was a success as the Americans had greatly compromised the German defenses in the area, secured Bruyeres and other key locations, and captured 134 prisoners while inflicting a similar number of casualties.
This scenario is an updated version of the "Bruyeres is a Cheese, Right?" scenario from the 1st edition of Go for Broke.
The American FLM unit seems to be a hold over from the 1st edition. U.S Army FLM units may be found in Cassino'44, Saipan'44, and Nihon Silk.
|AFV Rules Pertaining to this Scenario's Order of Battle|
|4 Errata Items|
The reduced direct fire value of the Heer HMG became 5-5 starting with Fall of France.
(plloyd1010 on 2015 Jul 31)
The morale and combat modifiers of German Sergeant #1614 should be "0", not "8".
(Shad on 2010 Dec 15)
All SPW 251s have an armor value of 0.
(Shad on 2010 Dec 15)
The movement allowance on the counters in Airborne is misprinted. It should be "3."
(rerathbun on 2012 Jan 30)