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How can you hold out the longest if the opponents can re-spawn and you can't?
Surely there must be a time limit if there are re-spawn conditions.
Anyway, I haven't posted for scenarios before but here it goes (I'll assume re-spawn for attackers):Offence:
24 total means a platoon of three sections of 8 each with two fire-teams. Lets name sections numerically and chronologically so section 1 (from now on referred to as 1 Sect.), section 2 (2 Sect.), section 3 (3 Sect.) with the platoon commander (Plt. Cmd.) being 1 Sect. IC (section commander).
I would have the three sections moving up the beach each in their own arrowhead formation. 1 Sect. leading with 2 and 3 Sect. on the flanks behind 1 Sect. (2 Sect. on right, 3 Sect. on left). As 1 Sect. will be the first under direct fire, they will form a base of fire against the defenders, taking pot shots, and trying to keep their heads down. by being widely spread they will be less prone to hits from the WBLS's and 1500's. Their main targets will be the WBL's (if they can get close enough) Mines are of some concern if they are hidden, but we can take full advantage of the re-spawn if we come across them. Our WBL will be in 1 Sect. with the main fire group and will be focusing on the enemy WBL's the 2k will also be in 1 Sect. and be concentrating on the splashzookas.
The next part of the tactical plan depends entirely on the ground. We'll assume the right of the field has the best cover.
2 Sect. will come forward almost and provide fire support on the right hand side of 1 Sect.. Members of 2 Sect. will supplement members of 1 Sect. who are hit and in the process of re-spawn at the Plt. Cmd's discretion. Those members of 1 Sect. will be folded into 2 Sect. when they return. The fire support will also be focused on covering 3 Sect.during their element of the battle. Priority goes to manning the WBL when it comes to rotations.
3 Sect. (once again assuming the ground has the best cover) will peel-off from the left, behind 1 Sect. and 2 Sect. to a position right of 2 Sect.. At this point 3 Sect will split into a fire-team command structure. Charlie fire-team being led by the 3 Sect. IC, and Delta fire-team being led by 3 Sect 2IC. each consisting of four members of the section. Initially Charlie will provide covering fire while Delta moves behind Charlie and up the beach a further 10-20 metres. At this point Delta provides covering fire and Charlie moves up behind (and past) Delta until they are 10-20 metres forward of Delta. This continues until they are in an effective flanking position.
If the Plt. Cmd. deems the enemy vulnerable and that the manoeuvre is possible (given the cliff), 3 Sect will begin an assault of the opponents position. whilst being supported by 1 Sect. and 2 Sect. If 1 and 2 Sect. need to be closer to the opponents to provide effective support for 3 Sect. then so be it.Defence:
Not a lot to do for defence other than make sure the opponents WBL is out of action as much as possible by dedicating a WBL or two to keeping their's out of action. 21 total so main section of 9 in the central main position with a section of 6 on each flank. 1 WBL per flank and three in the in the central group. Take full advantage of the height difference and extra range with both the WBLS's and splashzookas. As there are 30 splashzookas, keep 15 full at any one time, by refilling them when the other 15 are in use. As with offence, keep the WBL's running, but due to the height advantage the splashzookas can take priority.
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