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by IR0NMIKE 6
Thu 1 Mar 2012 15:54
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: reporting lack of sportsmanship !
Replies: 290
Views: 39600

Re: reporting lack of sportsmanship !

For what its worth, I played my first ranked and team game yesterday, and both games were awesome with great sportsmanship! (won the ranked, lost the team one)
by IR0NMIKE 6
Thu 1 Mar 2012 00:53
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: NATO - Leopard vs Abrams
Replies: 39
Views: 5890

Re: NATO - Leopard vs Abrams

Can you please specify time period? I am interested as in cold war era, how many prepared positions and to what depth would a unit have :) At the lowest level (Tank PLT, 4 tracks NATO) in the defense you would have alternate and supplementary positions. - Alternate positions had the same field of f...
by IR0NMIKE 6
Wed 29 Feb 2012 18:56
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: No tears - [Just talking about tatics now] - <Infantry atm>
Replies: 31
Views: 3541

Re: No tears - [Just talking about tatics now] - <Infantry a

Honestly I think many people CAN handle tank and/or arty spam. I think it's a minority that can't handle simple unit counter strategies. I would agree with this. Spamming this or that unit (whether it be tanks, air or arty) is a technique and it does have advantages. Its the usual min/max strategy ...
by IR0NMIKE 6
Wed 29 Feb 2012 18:11
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: APC - What to do with...
Replies: 12
Views: 1688

Re: APC - What to do with...

Lets say your right flank is a large/huge think forest and perfect for 12-16 basic INF units to hold. That might be the problem right there - When you are going up against a very mechanized force, a huge forest is really not the first place to put mechanized Infantry, as your opponent will either j...
by IR0NMIKE 6
Tue 28 Feb 2012 07:11
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: Helicopters are too unreliable at deploying infantry.
Replies: 10
Views: 1251

Re: Helicopters are too unreliable at deploying infantry.

It doesn't take much training to push a guy out of a helicopter irl....The hardest part is teaching the noob how to unbuckle the 5-point harness and making sure his weapons is strapped on so it doesn't fall out.

Nothing worse than making a hard left bank and watching the new guy's M249 fall out.

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