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Although actually made up of a number of battles and assaults during World War II, the post-D-Day breakout actions by the Allies in late in Northern France has become commonly known as the Lorraine Campaign to military historians. We play against each other a fair amount, and both of us were looking to switch things up commanding some very different forces. The tabletop terrain was also different with a more open battlefield lined with fields, woods, gentle hills and two farms. All of this was quite a departure from the games we have most played set in the days and months after the Normandy Invasion in June of For my US force, I wanted to try out some underused rifle platoons which were supported by mm M7 Priests , some Shermans and a P Thunderbolt buzzing overhead.

We also chose a different game framework, opting for a somewhat complicated Dust Up scenario from the official Flames of War missions list. Well, as the game played out, I quickly discovered I had brought infantry to a tank fight. With one of my infantry platoons camped out in the woods near two objectives, my hope was to stave off the German armor advance with repeated bombardments from my Priests and diving runs from the P US M7 Priest platoon taking up position.

US rifles deploy in the woods to guard a nearby objective. Things went well for me in the early stages as Panthers stalled moving through the woods. Even so, a couple turns in I was feeling fairly confident my artillery fire would whittle away the rolling German advance. Panthers make through the woods but one bogs in the terrain. The P Thunderbolt attempts a run at a Stug platoon. More fire from the Priests take out another Panther.

In another turn, the Priests were wiped from the board and only my infantry platoon remained to defend my end of the table.

The P appeared again to control the center of the battlefield, but missed on its run. The US center and flank were crumbling by the time turn four approached. Panzer IV reinforcements surprise the Priests from the rear. The Thunderbolt tries to stall the German armor in the middle of the field.

Reserve American 75 and 76mm Shermans roll on the board. The last of the Priests burn as more Panzer IVs appear. In the fifth turn, my final supporting infantry platoon arrived in their halftracks, dismounted and made a desperate run for an objective in the open field. The infantry on my side of the table also broke from the woods in a last-ditch assault on a mass of German tanks creeping toward an objective but were repulsed.

With German armor swarming an objective, the game went to the Axis. A reinforcing column of US rifles follows-up the Sherman advance.

A lone Sherman survives as the US rifle company dismounts and heads for an objective. US riflemen break from the woods in a desperate assault on German tanks at an objective. With tanks aflame in the fields, the Germans take an objective. Clearly, my US plan from the outset was a stretch. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.

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Our Dust Up scenario with my US forces in the foreground and Germans in the distance Well, as the game played out, I quickly discovered I had brought infantry to a tank fight. US M7 Priest platoon taking up position US rifles deploy in the woods to guard a nearby objective Things went well for me in the early stages as Panthers stalled moving through the woods.

Reserve American 75 and 76mm Shermans roll on the board The last of the Priests burn as more Panzer IVs appear In the fifth turn, my final supporting infantry platoon arrived in their halftracks, dismounted and made a desperate run for an objective in the open field. A reinforcing column of US rifles follows-up the Sherman advance A lone Sherman survives as the US rifle company dismounts and heads for an objective US riflemen break from the woods in a desperate assault on German tanks at an objective With tanks aflame in the fields, the Germans take an objective Clearly, my US plan from the outset was a stretch.

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Although actually made up of a number of battles and assaults during World War II, the post-D-Day breakout actions by the Allies in late in Northern France has become commonly known as the Lorraine Campaign to military historians. We play against each other a fair amount, and both of us were looking to switch things up commanding some very different forces. The tabletop terrain was also different with a more open battlefield lined with fields, woods, gentle hills and two farms. All of this was quite a departure from the games we have most played set in the days and months after the Normandy Invasion in June of For my US force, I wanted to try out some underused rifle platoons which were supported by mm M7 Priests , some Shermans and a P Thunderbolt buzzing overhead. We also chose a different game framework, opting for a somewhat complicated Dust Up scenario from the official Flames of War missions list.

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