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Just Jack Supporting Member of TMP07 May 2020 6:13 a.m. PST

All,

1000 on 4 Aug 1990
Mini-Campaign Fight #2
TF Bowie vs FSNL 4th Company

1st Lt Madre-Animral leads the tough Marines of TF Bowie straight east, assaulting the FSNL 4th Company's positions. This is a simple attack/defend scenario; the Cuban goal is to crush their enemies on the way to the capital, the Communist goal is to hold the ground.

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No sooner does the Cuban attack jump off then they run into enemy infantry (far right).

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Return fire is intense and Lt Madre-Animral dashes forward under heavy fire to rally the troops!

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Stymied on the right, the Cubans try the left, bringing up their LAV-25 and more infantry.

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But the Communists are quick to counter!

To see how the fight went, please check the blog at:
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Next up we have 1st Lt Espinale's TF Hawk attacking the FLA's 2nd Company.

V/R,
Jack

Personal logo ColCampbell Supporting Member of TMP07 May 2020 7:39 a.m. PST

I like your missile markers. How did you make them or from whom did you procure them?

Jim

Just Jack Supporting Member of TMP07 May 2020 8:35 a.m. PST

Hi Jim! I actually purchased them from "Fight's On!", though you could make them yourself if you're so inclined, they're just pipe cleaners with some yellow and black paint on them.

V/R,
Jack

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