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tomrommel124 Nov 2021 12:50 a.m. PST

Sorry that it took so long to post the missing Marine for the mortar group.

and the complete mortar on the move:

More at: link

bracken Supporting Member of TMP24 Nov 2021 4:33 a.m. PST

Love it, Charlie won't know what's hit him.

Skarper24 Nov 2021 6:33 a.m. PST

It's a really nice duo.

You can see the tube and baseplate's weight.

But with mortars it's the ammo that counts…

uglyfatbloke25 Nov 2021 10:07 a.m. PST

Asked on another conversation, but how widely was the 60 used? I've read completely contradictory accounts/assertions. For table top purposes should we see it as a rarity or SOP? A contemporary documentary (Hill 943) describes the company being tracked as having 114 men in 4 platoons, 16 squads…..|Units are never up to strength of course, but should we think in terms of each platoon having 3 rifle squads and a mortar squad? Should we even think of a mortar squad or rather of a team of 2/3 guys? Or maybe (in effect) a mortar platoon? We like out games to function at the 'company in attack/platoon in defence' level.

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