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Microbiggie10 Jan 2024 11:52 a.m. PST

Doing the north shoulder of Kursk always gives me a chance to break out everyone's favorite big assault guns. This game takes place a few days into Citadel with the German offensive running into a counterattacking Soviet force in wide open terrain. The German players had 4) Ferdinands, 3) StuG IIIs (with 2 Tank Aces), and 2 StuH42s of StuG 244. German infantry consisted of a weakened company of Grd Rgt 507 and a pair of MMGs in support. Their objective was to continue the advance south and get a viable force off the table. The Russians had 2 companies of T34s from the 51st Tank Brigade and 2 companies from the 1019 Rifle Rgt and were out to halt the Germans. TFL's I Ain't Been Shot Mum rules played at GigaBites Cafe in Marietta GA

Link tom flickr site with AAR-be sure to click on the pics to get a description:

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Captain Pete10 Jan 2024 9:11 p.m. PST

Great looking pictures, Mark! It looks like a pretty tense battle.

mildbill11 Jan 2024 6:33 a.m. PST

I always was surprised that the north of Kursk was not gamed more, lots of interesting stuff going on.

Greg G111 Jan 2024 11:38 a.m. PST

Great pictures, and a great looking game as ever Mark.

Mark 1 Supporting Member of TMP15 Jan 2024 11:20 a.m. PST

Absolutely superb. A+ job on the scenario, the models, and the table.

I wanna go play at Mark's house! (Or his local hobby shop, as the case may be.)

-Mark 1
(feeling like I should downgrade myself to Mk 2 in respect for the great AARs posted by "Microbiggie")

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