Panzer Grenadier Battles on November 21st:
Desert Rats #16 - The Panzers Pull Back Desert Rats #19 - The Panzers Return
Desert Rats #17 - The Tomb Of Sidi Rezegh Jungle Fighting #7 - Line Of Departure
Desert Rats #18 - A Pibroch's Skirl South Africa's War #5 - Irish Eyes
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Radar Love
Hammer & Sickle #13
(Attacker) Soviet Union vs United States (Defender)
Formations Involved
Soviet Union 88th Guards Rifle Division
Display
Balance:



Overall balance chart for HaSi013
Total
Side 1 1
Draw 0
Side 2 0
Overall Rating, 1 vote
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Scenario Rank: --- of 586
Parent Game Hammer & Sickle
Historicity Alt-History
Date 1951-10-28
Start Time 04:00
Turn Count 6
Visibility Night
Counters 17
Net Morale 0
Net Initiative 2
Maps 1: 16
Layout Dimensions 43 x 28 cm
17 x 11 in
Play Bounty 141
AAR Bounty 220
Total Plays 1
Total AARs 0
Battle Types
Rural Assault
Surprise Attack
Conditions
Hidden Units
Minefields
Terrain Mods
Scenario Requirements & Playability
Elsenborn Ridge counters
Hammer & Sickle counters
Road to Berlin maps + counters
Introduction

Upon the summit of Hill 277 sat Radar Station Oscar. The 1st South German Frontal Aviation HQ requested that the Army take out the radar station to reduce American effectiveness in the air. Orders passed down through channels to Major Vukachevsky. He began planning at once.

Conclusion

This is a very typical task for a company or battalion commander. The Soviets have the firepower to take the radar station. The American can just bunker up and hope for good results in the assault, but that leaves the Soviet free to maneuver. An active defense that ties up the Soviets at a distance from the objective might be more effective. After all, they have a time limit before reinforcements would show up and annihilate them.


Display Order of Battle

Soviet Union Order of Battle
Army (RKKA)
Guards
  • Foot
United States Order of Battle
Army
  • Towed
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