|The table at the start.|
|Initial Para deployment.|
It was a routine patrol for the squad - little did they know that across the river lay an ACM safehouse! The corporal spotted his man on the first turn and opened fire, letting everyone else on the board know that things had kicked off.
Both sides tried to outflank the other, but the Brits not only moved more decisively but also suppressed the ACM fire positions quite effectively, maintaining a historically decisive control of the battlespace.
|The forward ACM position, riddled with bullet holes.|
|The British anvil, waiting for the hammer to their right.|
|The ACM position before nearly all those lads bought their ticket home.|
If the ACM had been more willing to accept casualties, their superior numbers and starting positions could have seen the game go completely the other way, but trusting in Osprey to do its job paid off, and the Brits eventually scored a 12-0 victory (on kills and serious injuries).
If I did it again, I would remember to use smoke to mask my movement. But then I always say that...
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