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  1. Okay folks - it's the weekend (still) and now that all the drama is over we can get back to driving tanks through hedges ... and of course today remembering the guys that did it for real. Go here to get the read me pdf file (please) Then here and here for the two zip archives. (Hint - if you just want to get started without any faff then download the read me, grab the first zip file and you'll be playing in no time.) Once it's been out for a few days and nobody has complained that it's broken their rig I'll get in touch with @Bootie to upload it to the warehouse, 'cos he probab
  2. For King and Country How can I live among this gentle Obsolescent breed of heroes, and not weep? Unicorns, almost, For they are falling into two legends In which their stupidity and chivalry Are celebrated. Each, fool and hero, will be an immortal -Keith Douglas, 1942 For King and Country is a CMBN Commonwealth campaign that follows the actions of the 1 Regiment Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry from their landings at Gold Beach on the Normandy coast on June 6th, 1944 and the hard fought battles through France until June 26, 1944. I have tried to keep it as historical as
  3. I am making an scenario based on the June 11th Battle for Grainges south of Carentan. On the night of June 6th elements of the 501st and 507th PIR were dropped as far as 18 miles south of their drop zones. They landed in the marshes near Graignes. Realizing they were in a good position to stop or delay any German reinforcements moving to Carentan they decided to dig in and hold out until relieved by elements of the invasion force. By the 10th they numbered less than 190 men including 2 scouts from the 29th ID which had gotten lost and stumbled into town. On the 10th of June the 17th SS
  4. Hey there been playing for about 4 months know and just played the scenario Kings in retirement and i came out with a minor victory was able to take the church and preserve the chateau but man did i take a beating clearing the buildings out by the time i got my infanrty up the the chateau mt tanks where out of ammo and the infantry got pretty beat up clearing the buildings so i was able to hold OBJ on but not to advance to clear the infantry out any tips on a diffrent approch ETC on clearing bulding i would normal try and supress athen with another squad assulat the build
  5. A tasty digitally restored grog tidbit. The correct way to crawl over a hedgerow and a useful primer on how infantry moves on the battlefield. Regards, John Kettler
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