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1967 Game 11

Page history last edited by Dave Roper 14 years ago

The Egptian and Isreali forces are both trying to seize a valuable hill.

 

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The first arab formation races down the road thanks to some good command rolls, other formations make less impressive movement towards the objective. One IDF formation suffers some friendly fire!

 

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The T-10s reach the base of the hill, while the IDF begin to dig in aroundf the hill. Arab T-55s get held up passing through some plam trees (they are very nice palm trees).

 

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Arab arty pounds the buildings held by the IDF but only a halftrack is KO'd. The IDF also arrive at the other side of the hill

 

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The Arabs T-55s suffer terrible long range fire forcing them to continue being stuck among the lovely plam trees.

 

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Things are going really badly for the Arabs as the superior firepower of the IDF starts to show, knowing they have few choices the T-10s consider running or storming the hill, but as we all know "Run for it? Running's not a plan! Running's what you do, once a plan fails!" They storm up the hill, this is not a smart choice.

 

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The Arabs pass a command test to stay in the game, the IDF tanks storm the hill but as cut down by cross fire, boots on the other foot now!! However not for long, more Arab tanks are wiped out including a record number of T-10s, the Arabs fail their next roll and run for the Nile!

 

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