I know I've said it in the past, but I love the DH: C7B system for enabling really "cool" skirmish type scenarios. I'm going to play around with a dawn raid, a patrol, a snatch and grab, and maybe even a "soft knock" operation that turns ugly.
|The old, trusty FM 7-8 Infantry Rifle Platoon & Squad stipulates a US Army Rifle Squad consist of two 4 Soldier Fireteams and a Squad Leader. (Strength of 9)|
|The squad-leader always travels with the maneuvering element during a squad-attack.|
|For situations when the entire platoon is needed to capture an objective, an entire squad can be used to suppress a target.|
|Usually squads, platoons, and companies will follow a localized unit TACSOP or Tactical Standard Operating Procedure that stipulates Soldiers covering fire lanes during operations.|
Once I have enough WWII guys painted up, I'm going to play an Omaha Beach scenario as well as a Saving Private Ryan Remelle Village defense scenario. COmplete with tanks and loads of pissed off German troops! Just need to paint up a squad of Rangers. That ought to be fun.
DH WWII German & American squads.
Napoleonic French Brigade in 1:72 for Age of Eagles
British Brigade in 1:72 for Age of Eagles
ACW 6mm Volley & Bayonet Scenario
Space Marine & Imperial Guard Trooper for Future War Commander Skirmish
Seek Out, Close With, & Destroy: Vietnam US and NVA Squads
US WWII Crossfire Squads & Weapons Platoon 15mm
GHQ Battle of the Bulge MicroArmour Scenario in 15mm (my actual microarmor is at my Grandfather's house...)
Additional Warmaster Swordsmen Regiment in 1:72
Additional Orc & Goblin Regiments in 1:72
Updating Procurement List:
The D-Day Canadian Supplement from GHQ $20.00
1:72 Tiger model $10.00
1:72 T-62 model $12.00???