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The Clash at Hill 65 - Tour of Duty

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The Clash at Hill 65

By John Tiller
N. Vietnam 11 - 3 - 7 US
Rating: 7.93 (11)
Games Played: 21
SM: 4
Turns: 12
Type: Custom
First Side: N. Vietnam
Second Side: US
Player Voting Stats
Member Balance Enjoyment
Toten Tanz's ProfileToten Tanz Slightly Pro N. Vietnam 7
Gary Campbell's ProfileGary Campbell Well Balanced 8
Killer McCoy's ProfileKiller McCoy Slightly Pro N. Vietnam 8
SaberSeven's ProfileSaberSeven Slightly Pro N. Vietnam 7
GrayTalon's ProfileGrayTalon Well Balanced 7
Gaming Records
1st Side Player 2nd Side Player Result Score
US Embis's Profile Embis vs. surcouf surcouf's Profile N. Vietnam US Major Victory 32 4
US kolc's Profile kolc vs. Support6 Support6's Profile N. Vietnam US Minor Victory 24 8
US Richie61's Profile Richie61 vs. kolc kolc's Profile N. Vietnam US Major Victory 32 4
US Pat the wolf's Profile Pat the wolf vs. Landser34 Landser34's Profile N. Vietnam US Minor Loss 8 24
US burroughs's Profile burroughs vs. Richie61 Richie61's Profile N. Vietnam Draw 16 16
Battle can go either way. Will numbers prevail over firepower?
The U.S. force starts confident and with no enemy in sight and the mission objectives well within their reach, but soon the crap hits the fan as it is usually the case in the hellhole Vietnam.
Master Sergeant
Embis Mon Jan 17, 2022 6:40 am
For the US, trying to defend three objectives is probably untenable. Deciding to sacrifice one objective and then setting hold fire and letting the NVA trip over the US in a constant series of unplanned assaults slows down and weakens the attack quite quickly. The high casualty rate of the NVA assaults will quickly offset the loss of one victory hex.
"Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake. It is impolite."
Napoleon I