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155 Medal of Honor

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Rating 2.00 (3 Votes)
Victory Results:
 67 %
Record a victory for ALLIES ARMY  33 %
Total plays 3 - Last reported by PAB on 2022-06-11 20:22:51

June 11th, 1944. Just north of Carentan, France. Lt Col. Robert G. Cole moves from Bridge No.4 with his unit towards a key farm house. After being pinned by German fire for hours, Cole decides to bayonet charge the house. He calls for smoke to be deployed in the large open field and then the charge begins. The Germans are positioned in the surrounding buildings by the farm house as well as trenches in a nearby orchard. After the successful charge Lt Col. Cole would be awarded the Medal of Honor.

 

  American German
Division 1

5 Squad Bases
- 16 Regular Infantry
- 3 Elite Infantry
- 1 Officer

1x Medic

3 Squad Bases
- 9 Regular Infantry
- 1 Officer
- 1 Machine Gun Crew
Division 2

5 Squad Bases
- 16 Regular Infantry
- 4 Elite Infantry

1x Medic

3 Squad Bases
- 9 Regular Infantry
- 1 Officer
- 1 Mortar Crew
Strategy Decks Command 1 Morale 1
Starting Strategy Cards 1 1
Operations Cards - Massive Confusion
- Merciless Assualt
- No Surrender
- Shaken Defenders
Deployment Zone Any green hexes. Any hex on map tiles 11A, and 7A.
Starting Initiative Initiative Token  
Objective The Americans immediately win if they have a unit in the building with the victory objective marker at the end of any round. The German player wins if the American player is unable to fulfill his objective by the end of round 8.
Rounds 8
Actions per turn 2 2
Reinforcements - -
Special Rules

During setup place a smoke marker in each hex with a yellow border. The smoke markers remain on the board until the end of turn four. At the end of the fourth turn remove all of the smoke markers.

Remove both of the "Take Down the Beast" cards from the Moral Deck I.

The German player may not have a concealed squad in the hex containing the victory objective marker.

 

Tags: American Army, German Army, Complexity: Low, Rounds, Boards, Year: 1944

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