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It's been a long time since I posted pictures and officially came to this forum!! even though i watch daily mega thread about ukraine on my digital tablet

Very busy at the moment I prefer to play !!

The English infantry crosses a hedge under the protection of a Churchill

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In the pouring rain she passes by an abandoned sherman

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Further a sherman exceeds his adversaries defeated one by one

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1 minute ago, Falaise said:

Very busy at the moment I prefer to play !!

Got I like from me. I just bought BS but it will take some time before I play Russia. I am a seventy-two-year-old retiree and the modern games are a challenge finding out how to use all the fancy stuff. Should have suck with WW2. 

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3 hours ago, chuckdyke said:

modern games are a challenge finding out how to use all the fancy stuff

Am closing in on your age fast... but find that the same overall tactic/strategy works with all games regardless of era. 

1) send out scouts to find enemy assets - in modern that means ATGM's as well as WW2 era hidden ATG's and ideally where the enemy forces are in general. 2) Kill em with arty or your own ATGM's and/or overwhelm small enemy formations with overwhelming attack fire.  3) Repeat as needed.  

95%-99% scenarios can be won using the above.  And that's one of the reasons have gotten a bit bored with the CM2 system.  Fortunately, there are a very few xnt designers who have designed games to thwart the above simple approach so one can still be challenged. 

 

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8 hours ago, Erwin said:

but find that the same overall tactic/strategy works with all games regardless of era. 

You have now a UAV and the operator can use it with a 155mm Paladin at the same time. Tanks have thermals which spot a sniper right away the moment the twit fires. The boots on the ground can be more effective than a German 88 vs a Sherman. I really study the artillery tactics more; light missions are very effective in conjunction with a UAV operated by the observer. Soviet tanks fire Laser Guided munitions from the main gun and US tanks receive an early warning. I buy similar but not the same. 

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What I have found is that regardless of the munitions the same tactics/strategies work for all eras.  An asset is still an asset regardless of era.  The era doesn't make much difference to the overall tactic/strategy.  One "simply" has to locate and destroy the enemy's primary assets asap.  UAV's and modern optics etc can make that easier.  Generally have found that tanks are very fragile/vulnerable (in the game at least) and become primarily useful after the enemy's AT and ATGM assets are neutralized.  

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