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Digging a foxhole generally involves more time than many of the scenarios. The defender gets foxholes in scenarios where it is assumed that he has been in place long enough to create prepared positions. In order to simulate fall-back or alternative positions some players split their squads on defense to get extra foxholes (not gamey when you realize that some units will prepare two or three sets of fall-back positions in real life). The problem with doing this, of course, is that you have to scramble all your half squads around on the first turn or two of the scenario to get your full-strength squads back together. Think of this as the scramble to general quarters at the start of a battle.

Be sure to take a look at the sticky threads at the head of each forum. The Tips and Tricks Forum is a good place to ask tactical and game questions.

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