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  1. Oh, and as promised, I'm revealing the origins of the unsolved objective names. Detective Cole Phelps Jessica Jones
  2. RESULTS Full gallery at Google Photos Headcount tracker spreadsheet I've failed my force preservation objective. But still got enough points for Major Victory. USMC 194 OK, 10 KIA, 54 WIA, 1 MIA 1 Armored vehicle and 2 other vehicles lost Partisans 10 OK, 91 KIA, 70 WIA, 7 MIA 14 other vehicles lost
  3. Sitrep @ 10:05 Elements of the 2nd Platoon were able to sneak up on the enemy, but got quickly noticed after the first of the Marines have crossed the low wall. Thankfully, enemy armed with 7.62 WP is not particularly accurate on full auto, even at close range. So none of my guys were hit. I did send two squads there, so one of them was able to fire back, and the other assaulted the building. 5 enemy combatants were killed around and inside that building in total. On the main street, the enemy continued retreating. One of the walled compounds I initially wanted to assault with LAR Pl
  4. Sitrep @ 10:04 There seem to be a difference in morale of various enemy groups. Some desert under pressure, some won't even move away under heavy crossfire. I think I've dealt with all of the enemies in the rubble pile. But it's impossible to say for sure without clearing that particular compound. Which I am unlikely to do any time soon. I was wrong about the enemy presence on the southern side of the street. There are still some units present. And elements of the 2nd Platoon, who made it there through the Green zone, are about to storm their positions. The approach is made from reve
  5. Like I've said, it's kind of complicated. Yeah, I've got SF1 with all the modules, but they were published by a local, Russian, publisher. So it's not compatible with recent upgrades, and probably won't ever be. So I need the full new package now to get the upgraded version. And although it costs a small fortune in my local currency, and I got recently fired while still trying to save money to get off from this em... sierra hole island I still reside on, Steve kindly offered to help me with this by promising a copy. He seems to be really busy lately, so I wanted to wait for some time before ac
  6. Hey. Uhm, it's kind of a tricky question. No clue when I'd be able to get it. But I love the idea and looking forward to it.
  7. Sitrep @ 10:02 So, the battle rages on. I can surely use some additional time to move my forces around. Despite the casualties. Enemies on both sides of the main street opened up on my forces. I mean, I think pretty much all of them. I have no contacts outside of the built up area. Not in the Green Zone (or even NE further from it), nor on the NE corner of the map, which is still in enemy's hands. Because there are trenches there I will not even think to assault with my LAR Platoon. More so, I don't even need to do anything in that area. Only the village is my concern and responsibi
  8. Sitrep @ 9:58 It's not over yet! As soon as the message about our recent Marine losses hit the net, every local commander of what seems to be the United States Amphibious Demolitions Corps gave the order to increase the volume of fire upon the enemy. The guys that I haven't used that much in this battle in their direct fire role, the SMAW gunners of the assault teams, targeted enemy HQ in the building. ON MY COMMAND! BACKBLAST AREA SECURE! ROCKET! I haven't forgotten about my TOW humvees! Work of the wrecking crew: New hint: Phelps is male, Jones i
  9. Sitrep @ 9:56 Force preservation. Right. Little did I know... 3 WIA, 1 KIA. My Marines, who were advancing over an open field. The field with quite a few dead enemies lying around. Who tried to do the same thing. Oh dear... Scout Sniper fired a shot from M40A3 rifle at not fully visible contact. Units do that sometimes. But that's the first time I'm seeing a sniper do that. Wonder if he actually hit anyone. New hint: Phelps is from California. Jones is from NYC.
  10. Ha-ha! I totally forgot about Ellen's cat! But, unfortunately, no. Nice try though! Jones and Phelps in question are not parts of the Alien franchise. And are not related to each other directly. But do have something strong in common. Oh, alright, and one of them is a fictional US Marine. They are both fictional characters, from completely different franchises. That's enough hints for today
  11. Sitrep @ 9:54 1st Platoon reinforced the 3rd. It took defensive positions but also sent one squad across the road to help clearing the buildings. All the enemy forces I'm in contact with are in Obj Jones area. Elements of the 3rd Platoon who are currently advancing NE on the northern side of the road are valiantly crossing the open area under enemy fire while being supported by other Marines. Fire & maneuver is the name of the game. Overview: At this point, I've pretty much isolated the Obj Jones and gained a foothold there. Unfortunately, as I suspected,
  12. Sitrep @ 9:53 Multiple enemy units tried withdrawing further NE through the alleys, and pretty successfully. LoS in MOUT is rather limited at ground level. Oh well.. At this point I suspect that Obj Phelps (older boundary reference) is free of enemy forces, but I'm yet to actually finish clearing every single building. 3rd Platoon: 2nd Platoon got eyes on the Green Zone and starts clearing it. One contact immediately pops up and gets neutralized. Enemy MG was hidden among the trees, ready to ambush my Marines. My positioning was better though: LAR
  13. Sitrep @ 9:50 Alright, it's the final stretch! 1st Platoon has finished securing Obj Vasquez! Overall, starting from the entry point, there were no enemy units at all. Which is great, because 1st Platoon has suffered enough already. 2nd Platoon has finished securing Obj Rick! There were also very few enemies during the assault. I suspect that most of the enemy southern force have died at Obj Morty. Was there something in USMC MOUT docpub/manual about defense that said you should not have lots of troops in forward positions? They are needed there only to force the enemy to deploy
  14. Sitrep @ 9:46 Wow, I am amazed by what's happening right now. The way my Marines handle the firefights is just majestic! Even though quite a lot of them are regular level troops, and many being morally depressed (cautious or scared, borderline panic). 1st Platoon entered the Obj Vasquez compound without any resistance. No contacts so far. But their AAV was attacked by an RPG guy from the Obj Phelps. The RPG gunner missed though, and was killed by AAV's quick return fire. The vehicle commander was up on the turret, unbuttoned. 2nd Platoon meets very small resistance as it mo
  15. Sitrep @ 9:43 So far so good. For the most part of the mission, my Marines were able to achieve local fire superiority upon enemy contact. Almost each time. I intend to keep this trend until the end of the scenario. The pockets of resistance here and there that I encounter are quickly dealt with, all thanks to Marine TO&E and target area isolation. I can target most of the buildings from multiple sides at the same time, and most of the outer ones with heavy weaponry. So as soon as the enemy is spotted, there's little chance for it to escape. Elements of the 3rd Platoon on point:
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