|C. Meeting Engagement
Briefing: The situation at the front has been quite fluid of late. We have lost contact with the enemy at several points along the line and suspect there are large areas of territory in "No Man's Land" under neither side's control. There are likely several places of military importance in this Sector control of which will, no doubt, assist our future efforts. Your mission is two-fold: 1) Capture as many Points of Military Importance as possible and 2) Inflict casualties on the enemy to secure the territory you have taken.
Prevailing Attitude: Advance
|Enemy SAN||Friendly SAN||Enemy AC||RE|
S? Entry: Enemy begins with a pool of S? equal to the Friendly US#. At the beginning of each Enemy player turn when there is 1 or more non-entered S? in the Enemy player pool, a DR +3 is made to determine the number of S? to enter that turn. S? enter EBE through an 'assault corridor' 9 hexrows wide determined by centering on the hexrow containing the VPO closest the EBE and using the four hexrows on either side of the VPO hexrow. If the 'assault corridor' goes beyond row A or row GG, player uses the 9 hexrows counting in from the board edge which includes the VPO hexrow. Place all Letter Chits of the 'assault corridor' in a cup for determining S? entry and put the other Letter Chits aside. Friendly units enter the FBE via their own 'assault corridor' to the VPO closest to the FBE, determined in the same manner.
Sequence: Side moving first determined by a dr.
Mission End: After the end of game turn 10 and the end of each player turn thereafter, make a dr. On a roll <=1, mission ends immediately. There is a -1 drm for each game turm completed after Turn 10.
1. There is a -1 DRM on all Table A1 Activation rolls.
2. If the Friendly Company does not have vehicles as a part of its normal inherent company strength, apply SASL 'Recon' MSR 3
3. Until captured by one side or the other, all VPOs are treated as "Friendly controlled" for S? movement purposes only.
(Mission Design Meeting Engagement: Copyright, Rick Lubben, 1998)
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