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  1. Hello. There used to be a button on the UI to stop a target from being fired upon. It was called 'Clear Target'. Has this been moved to another location or is there been a new method for doing this? Thank you
  2. I've noticed that when I dismount my troops from the halftracks, the mounted gun on the halftrack is left unmanned. Is this normal? I would think that the gunner would be left in the vehicle along with the drivers to act as fire support for the dismounted troops. On one halftrack, I dismounted the troops, split the teams and put one of the teams back into the halftrack and the gun was then manned. On another halftrack I tried the same thing, but did not have the option to split the troops. I'm a bit confused about this process. But again, by default I would think that the mounted gun would stay manned by the gunner when the passenger troops are dismounted. This was experienced while playing CM:FB. Thank you in advance for your help.
  3. Hello all. I have a question. If I have multiple numbers of tanks and halftracks that I want to move down a winding road (A December Morning scenario) what is the best method for doing so? Do I have to plot each individual tanks route and turns down to the bottom of the hill, or can I line them up; select them all; and then plot one course so that they follow each other? As always, thank you.
  4. Hello everyone. I have played the CMFB battle titled 'December Morning' as US multiple times now and have yet to win. Does anyone have ideas that they would share with me to help win this battle? Thank you
  5. I forgot to mention that the Command Ops 2 core game is free of charge. It comes with 3 scenarios to play. You can then decide which battle packs to purchase. They have the Bulge, Market Garden, Africa etc. I recommend you purchase the Commanders Pack which gives you all of them.
  6. John Toland's book and MacDonald's book are the best places to start. I would lean toward Toland's first. "Command Ops 2" is the new name for the old "Command Ops: Battles from the Bulge". They are now owned by Lock and Load Publishing. I highly recommend the game. They are a small company and need all the support they can muster.
  7. Does anyone know if there are any American Civil War Combat Mission scenarios in the works?
  8. Hi, Can you tell me if and how I can save a game in progress during Campaign mode? Thank you. Lyndrm
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