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After landing in Empress Augusta Bay during Operation Cherry Blossom, the 3rd Marine Division ventures into the Bougainville Jungle.
On November 19, the Marines reach River Piva and a crossroads where the Numa Numa trail meets the East-West one. There, they are stopped by the 23rd Japanese Infantry Regiment. A fierce battle ensues; but after one week of tough resistance, the Japanese are defeated.

  American Japanese
Division 1

5 Squad Bases
- 12 Regular Infantry
- 4 Elite Infantry
- 2 Officer
- 1 Mortar Crew

1x Flamethrower

3 Squad Bases
- 7 Regular Infantry
- 2 Elite Infantry
- 1 Officer
- 1 Machine Gun Crew

Division 2

5 Squad Bases
- 12 Regular Infantry
- 4 Elite Infantry
- 2 Officer
- 1 Mortar Crew

1x Flamethrower

1 M4A1 Sherman tank

4 Squad Bases
- 8 Regular Infantry
- 2 Elite Infantry
- 2 Officer
- 1 Machine Gun Crew
- 1 Mortar Crew
Strategy Decks US Marine Corps Japanese Imperial Army
Starting Strategy Cards 1 1
Operations Cards Flamethrower Tank Heroic Courage
Shitotsubakurai
Deployment Zone Div.1: Any light green bordered hex.
Div.2: Any dark green bordered hex.
Div.1: Any light red bordered hex.
Div.2: Any dark red bordered hex.
Starting Initiative Initiative Token Initiative Token
Objective

Take the Objective point.

Keep the Objective point.
Rounds 8
Actions per turn 3 3
Reinforcements - -
Special Rules -
Terrain Features The river is fordable/shallow.

 

Tags: American Army, Rounds, Boards, Year: 1943, Japanese Army

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