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Microbiggie26 Oct 2021 3:14 p.m. PST

I had been wanting to get my 2D6wargaming 6mm Soviet Naval troops on the table for awhile so this scenario was designed around that thought. The game was based on the fighting in north Caucasus in August 1942. The Germans were closing in on the port of Novorossiysk from the north and the Soviets had set up blocking positions before Verkhnebakanskiy. This represents the 83rd Naval Infantry Brigade's fallback spot after getting push backed from an area further east. They were facing the 125th Inf Div with some StuGs and armored cars. I Ain't Been Shot Mum rules
Link to the Flickr AAR: link

View from the rocky, wooded east flank by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Naval troops entrenched behind an orchard by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Dismounting grenadiers by Mark Luther, on Flickr

StuGs engage the troops in town by Mark Luther, on Flickr

T26s vs StuGs by Mark Luther, on Flickr

The other platoon of Naval troops opens fire by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Clearing the way by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Soviet Players plan their defense by Mark Luther, on Flickr

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Legion 426 Oct 2021 4:04 p.m. PST

Great looking table, models & game ! Looks like the T-26s didn't do well …

Microbiggie26 Oct 2021 5:07 p.m. PST

They did not. Not as well trained as the Germans. A couple of non penetrating hits tend to cause them to bail.

Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian26 Oct 2021 9:40 p.m. PST

Interesting. I've been meaning to do something with Soviet naval scouts…

Durban Gamer27 Oct 2021 2:43 a.m. PST

Absolutely awesome terrain and kit as always!

Microbiggie27 Oct 2021 4:58 a.m. PST

The 2D6 Naval troops ade really nice ntw

79thPA Supporting Member of TMP27 Oct 2021 7:05 a.m. PST

Nice work.

Captain Pete27 Oct 2021 7:45 a.m. PST

Excellent looking game on an unusual subject, Mark! I always look forward to seeing your AARs and what sort of scenario and terrain you are doing next.

I have some sample 2D6 Russian Naval infantry sent by my friend, Robert Fellows. I have not painted these yet but they look pretty decent overall.

Legion 427 Oct 2021 9:30 a.m. PST

They did not. Not as well trained as the Germans. A couple of non penetrating hits tend to cause them to bail.
Yes, that would be historically accurate generally … too bad for the T-26 crews … ☠

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