Started by Big Insect, 24 May 2022, 09:54:10 AM
Quoteb) The FV432 30mm Rarden served in the Berlin Brigade from 1976, which suggests 2 LI had them for testing.
Quote from: Raider4 on 25 May 2022, 11:47:19 AMPedant alert - the Berlin Brigade was the name of the American force in Berlin.The British force was the Berlin Infantry Brigade.
QuoteThe British force was the Berlin Infantry Brigade.
Quote from: Superscribe on 25 May 2022, 12:14:31 AMOn Page 90 it states that AA attacks are listed in the Notes column of Army Lists but they seem to be missing from the PDFs for Bundeswehr, British, Soviet and Soviet VDV army lists. (I haven't checked the example army lists included in the rules). I understand that AA stats for CO, HQs and Dedicated AA units are the same as their AP stats in all cases.RegardsChris
Quote from: Superscribe on 25 May 2022, 06:05:14 PMMy observations so far have been on the PDF version only, but have just received new rules in the post and I note that the stats in the rules for Brit and Soviet IATWs and Mortars do not match those in the PDFs. In the rules IATW AT ranges are shorter than those in PDFs, which reflects the Howitzer rule. For most Mortars their AT ranges are missing from the rules, but they do appear in the PDFs, some of which have asterisks.
QuoteFinally have you got any info on 2nd Light Infantry in 1974/5 in Germany. Freind was attached for a short time and wants to recreate it if possible but has lost his photos.
Quote from: sjb1001 on 25 May 2022, 05:48:23 PMJust checking Vietnam lists for my 15mm - Sheridan has 'misfire' special rule but that's not in the special rules section of the book, is it hidden elsewhere?
Quote from: sjb1001 on 25 May 2022, 02:42:06 PMKorean war list - why is the 17lb ATG more powerful than Centurion Mk III with 20lb? In wider British list it is different to Korean war PDF stat lines.
Quote from: Raider4 on 25 May 2022, 08:09:31 PMAnd note the famous British Berlin camo was not not introduced until the early 80's, so this, sadly, is a work of fiction: