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Microbiggie11 Jan 2022 10:41 a.m. PST

From back in December we played a 20mm Chain of Command game based on the 18th Australian Infantry Brigade, 2/6th Australian Armoured Regiment attack against some troops from the 229th Rgt (probably).
It was an uneven game with Jon having to face 2 platoons of Aussies under Rob and Bill and a M3 Stuart. Both sides had slightly depleted units. All the Japanese were dug in or in hard cover.
The Aussies choose a pre game barrage and 1 Stuart. The Japanese had a MMG team which Jon put in hard cover on his left to sweep the coconut tree flank. The only AT assets were a team of tank busters with grenades.
Chain of Command rules

Moving through the coconut palms by Mark Luther, on Flickr

The firing line is formed by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Nice view of the edge of the jungle and kunai grass by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Mortar team in the grass by Mark Luther, on Flickr

Setting up Deployment Points by Mark Luther, on Flickr
Bill pushes towards the right by Mark Luther, on Flickr


wargamingUSA11 Jan 2022 11:36 a.m. PST

Nice AAR Mark.

Good to see the 20mm back out on the table.

donlowry11 Jan 2022 5:16 p.m. PST

Very impressive terrain.

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