TacOps Scenario Variants

By Major Holdridge

The following info was produced as a byproduct of other work that I am
doing. I thought it might be of some use to the list members.

In the original US set of scenarios there are a number of differently
named scenarios that are identical except for differing details in the US
order of battle. In these scenarios the map and situations and missions
for the green side are identical but they have different orders of battle
to represent a US Army heavy mech force, a USMC heavy mech force, or a
USMC light armored vehicle force.

Info follows on which scenarios are similar. The info is grouped by team
level scenarios and then by task force level scenarios.

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Scenario Variants - General

The following team level scenarios only have one version of the US/Green
Order of battle.

Basic Training: USMC mech platoon
Team Hall: US Army tank company
Team Kelley 1-8: US Army tank heavy company team.
Team Krempp: US Army light infantry platoon.
Team Savage: Mixed bag of USMC units.

The following team level scenarios have multiple versions of the US/Green
Order of battle but are otherwise identical in theme/situation/mission.
The similar scenario sets are grouped between dashed lines.

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Team Hill: US Army Mech Infantry Company and Tank Platoon.
Team Murray: One USMC Rifle Company (Mech) and a Tank.
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Team Cahoon: US Army tank company and a mech infantry platoon.
Team Minamora: USMC tank company, rifle platoon (mech), and LAI platoon.
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Team McMains: USMC Rifle Company reinforced with a Tank Company.
Team Meyers: US Army Mech Infantry Company reinforced with a Tank
Company.
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Team O'Hara: US Army armor heavy company.
Team Ostle: USMC tank company reinforced with a rifle platoon (mech).
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Team Sposito: US Army Mechanized Infantry platoon and two Apache
helicopters.
Team Slocomb: One USMC infantry platoon (mech) and two Cobra helicopters.
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The following task force level scenarios only have one version of the
US/Green Order of battle.

Task Force Davis: US Army Armored Cavalry Troop with helicopter support.
Task Force DeGoey: USMC Expeditionary Brigade (MEB).
Task Force Frolik 1-8: USMC Rifle Battalion (+), Tank Co, and Rifle Co
(Mech) (+).
Task Force Hoeft 1-8: US Army battalion sized Task Force.
Task Force Hurley 1-2: US Army battalion-sized, mechanized task force.
Task Force Kincaid 1-8: A US Army Attack Helicopter Battalion.
Task Force Peterjohn: 2-8 Cav Battalion of the 1st Cavalry Division.

The following task force level scenarios have multiple versions of the
US/Green Order of battle but are otherwise identical in
theme/situation/mission. The similar scenario sets are grouped between
dashed lines.

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Task Force Anderson USMC: USMC Light Armored Infantry Battalion (+).
Task Force Taylor: A USMC Rifle Battalion (Mech)(+).
Task Force Tomlinson: A US Mechanized Infantry Battalion (+).
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Task Force Arsenault: US Army battalion Task Force.
Task Force Zientek: A US Marine Battalion Task Force (Mech) e.
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Task Force Fenwick: US Army Air Assault Battalion.
Task Force Marks: USMC Expeditionary Unit (MEU SOC).
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Task Force Craig 1-8: USMC Light Armored Infantry Battalion.
Task Force Gallagher 1-8: US Army battalion Task Force.
Task Force Low 1-8: USMC Rifle Battalion (Mech) (+).
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Task Force Gebhard: US Army Armored Cavalry Squadron (-).
Task Force Stubblefield: A USMC reinforced rifle battalion (Mech).
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Task Force Pucci: US Army tank heavy battalion.
Task Force Waring: USMC tank battalion reinforced with a rifle company
(mech).
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Task Force Harper: USMC Rifle Battalion (heliborne) and reinforced tank
company.
Task Force Henson: US Army rifle battalion (heliborne) and reinforced
tank company.
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Task Force Kaye 1-8: USMC Mechanized Battalion Task Force. (Map015)
Task Force Moody 1-8: US Army battalion Task Force. (Map015)
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Task Force Mizokami 1-3: US Army Brigade consisting of an Armored
Cavalry Regiment (-) and two Airborne (Air Assault) Battalions.
Task Force Nankervis 1-3: A US Marine Brigade consisting of two
mechanized Rifle Battalions and two heliborne Rifle Battalions.
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Capture The Flag - Army: US Army mech heavy brigade.
Capture The Flag - Tanks: US Army tank brigade.
Capture The Flag - USMC reinforced rifle regiment..
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Custom Scenario Canada: ORDER OF BATTLE: Player defined.
Custom Scenario US Army: ORDER OF BATTLE: Player defined.
Custom Scenario USMC: ORDER OF BATTLE: Player defined.
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Scenario Variant Info - Team Scenarios.

The following team level scenarios only have one version of the US/Green
Order of battle.

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Basic Training: A USMC company sized reconnaissance force is moving East
on a road in the Northwest corner of the map. An OPFOR squad sized
observation post is located in objective A in the woods two to three
kilometers to the East.

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Team Hall: A US tank company must penetrate platoon sized flank
screening elements of an OPFOR Motorized Rifle Division.

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Team Kelley 1-8: An attrited US tank heavy company team is conducting a
mobile delaying action against a Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR/BMP).

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Team Krempp: A US light infantry platoon must clear a poorly supported
OPFOR motorized rifle platoon from high ground overlooking a road
junction.

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Team Savage: The battle area is in turmoil after a major OPFOR
penetration. A USMC forward airfield is threatened by an advancing OPFOR,
Motorized Rifle Battalion (BTR). The enemy battalion is at the east edge
of the map, just 7 to 8 kilometers from the airfield. All aircraft have
left the airfield, but significant underground stores of fuel,
ammunition, and spare parts remain and must be protected. The "air
wingers" are on their own except for a motley collection of recently
arrived stragglers. A USMC reserve rifle battalion is moving toward the
airfield, but it will not be in a position to help for at least an hour.

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The following team level scenarios have multiple versions of the US/Green
Order of battle but are otherwise identical in theme/situation/mission.
The similar scenario sets are grouped between dashed lines.

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Team Hill: One US Army Mech Infantry Company and a Tank Platoon are five
kilometers West of Objective A. Objective A is occupied by an OPFOR
Motorized Rifle Platoon (BTR) and a Tank Platoon. MISSIONS: USMC - Clear
Objective A of all enemy forces. OPFOR - Occupy Objective A. There must
always be at least one OPFOR unit in Objective A. ADMIN NOTE: US wins
instantly if at any time there is not at least one OPFOR unit in
Objective A.

Team Murray: SITUATION: One USMC Rifle Company (Mech) and a Tank
Platoon are five kilometers West of Objective A. Objective A is occupied
by an OPFOR Motorized Rifle Platoon (BTR) and a Tank Platoon. MISSIONS:
USMC - Clear Objective A of all enemy forces. OPFOR - Occupy Objective
A. There must always be at least one OPFOR unit in Objective A. Admin
Note: US wins instantly if at any time there is not at least one OPFOR
unit in Objective A.

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Team Cahoon: A US tank company and a mech infantry platoon must clear an
area to prevent enemy observation of a small town that is soon to be used
as a forward assembly area. The mech platoon has already entered the
town in the central portion of the map. The armored company is about a
kilometer west. As the mech platoon entered the town, a departing group
of civilians indicated that they had seen OPFOR units in defensive
positions just east of the town. They added that they had not seen any
OPFOR troops inside the town except along the east end.

Team Minamora: A USMC tank company, a rifle platoon (mech), and a LAI
platoon must clear an area to prevent enemy observation of a small town
that is soon to be used as a forward assembly area. The LAI platoon has
already entered the town in the central portion of the map. The tank
company is about a kilometer west. As the LAI platoon entered the town, a
departing group of civilians indicated that they had seen OPFOR units in
defensive positions just east of the town. They added that they had not
seen any OPFOR troops inside the town except along the east end.

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Team McMains: A USMC Rifle Company reinforced with a Tank Company is
defending a town in the western portion of the map. A Motorized Rifle
Battalion (BTR) with tank reinforcement is located two to three
kilometers away, just off the eastern edge of map and is moving west to
seize the town. The OPFOR battalion is deployed with companies on line
and all companies are likely to cross the eastern edge of the map around
0700.

Team Meyers: A US Army Mech Infantry Company reinforced with a Tank
Company is defending a town in the western portion of the map. A
Motorized Rifle Battalion (BTR) with tank reinforcement is located two
to three kilometers away, just off the eastern edge of map and is moving
west to seize the town. The OPFOR battalion is deployed with companies on
line and all companies are likely to cross the eastern edge of the map
around 0700.

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Team O'Hara: A US armor heavy company must conduct a mobile defense
against an approaching OPFOR reinforced tank battalion. OPFOR is
currently located just off the eastern edge of map and is moving
southwest. US signals intelligence indicates that the OPFOR commander
has been ordered to pass through Objective A (the town in the lower left
corner of the map) and then to continue west.

Team Ostle: A USMC tank company reinforced with a rifle platoon (mech)
must conduct a mobile defense against an approaching OPFOR reinforced
tank battalion. OPFOR is currently located just off the eastern edge of
map and is moving southwest. US signals intelligence indicates that the
OPFOR commander has been ordered to pass through Objective A (the town in
the lower left corner of the map) and then to continue west.

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Team Sposito: US Army Mechanized Infantry platoon supported by two
Apache helicopters forms the rear guard of a withdrawing battalion. The
platoon must defend a town and the last intact bridge in the sector.
OPFOR has the remains of a tank battalion three to five kilometers East
of the town racing to seize the bridge intact. Leading OPFOR units will
cross the East edge of the map around 1000. The US is preparing the
bridge for demolition and needs at least 20 minutes to complete the job.

Team Slocomb: One USMC infantry platoon (mech) supported by two Cobra
helicopters forms the rear guard of a withdrawing battalion. The platoon
must defend a town and the last intact bridge in the sector. OPFOR has
the remains of a tank battalion three to five kilometers east of the town
racing to seize the bridge intact. Leading OPFOR units will cross the
east edge of the map around 1000. The US is preparing the bridge for
demolition and needs at least 20 minutes to complete the job.

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Scenario Variant Info - Task Force Scenarios.

The following task force level scenarios only have one version of the
US/Green Order of battle.

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Task Force Davis: A US Army Armored Cavalry Troop has occupied three key
bridges over a wadi complex, deep in enemy territory. Their mission is
to hold these bridges for the rest of the division, approximately one
hour behind them. OPFOR is aware of this incursion, and is mounting a
counterattack to retake the bridges, before the US armored division can
arrive. A second US Armored Cavalry Troop with helicopter support is on
the way as reinforcements for the defense.

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Task Force DeGoey: A hurriedly assembled US Marine Corps Expeditionary
Brigade (MEB) has been tasked to remove or destroy nuclear devices at an
underground site. The game begins with the MEB's amphibious operation
already well underway using a beach located about one kilometer off the
west edge of the map. All of the MEB's ground combat power is ashore and
in motion - one battalion is on the ground and one is in the air.

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Task Force Peterjohn: This is a quasi historical scenario. This action
did not happen during Operation Desert Storm, but could have. In January
of 1991 the US 1st Cavalry Division was prepared for this contingency.
The 2-8 Cav Battalion of the 1st Cavalry Division is now moving into a
blocking position, with orders to prevent the Iraqis from taking Hafar al
Batin and cutting Pipeline Road, a vital communications artery.
Unfavorable weather conditions consisting of alternating rain, wind, and
blowing sand limit maximum visual and thermal sighting to 2000 meters.

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Task Force Frolik 1-8: A USMC Rifle Battalion (+) is defending in the
central part of the map. A Tank Company and a Rifle Company Mech (+) is
moving to reinforce the defense, and is expected to cross the west edge
of the map at about 0730. A Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR/BMP) is
located just off the eastern edge of map and is moving West.

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Task Force Hoeft 1-8: A US Army battalion sized Task Force (balanced
Armor and Mech Infantry) is located just off the Western edge of the map
and is moving East to locate and block an advancing OPFOR Motorized Rifle
Regiment (BTR/BMP). A Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR BMP) is located
just off the eastern edge of map and is moving West. (Map014)

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Task Force Hurley 1-2: A US Army battalion-sized, mechanized task force
has been given the mission of occupying a crossroads town near a dry
wadi, and then pushing on to the east. Opfor defenses in the vicinity of
the town are limited to a reinforced infantry company (motorized), but do
include some state-of-the-art antitank missiles, and the defenders are
entrenched. An Opfor tank battalion is currently located just off the
map to the east, and can be expected to reinforce the Opfor defenses
during the engagement.

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Task Force Kincaid 1-8: A US Army Attack Helicopter Battalion has been
ordered to interdict an advancing, second echelon, OPFOR Motorized Rifle
Regiment (BTR). The Motorized Rifle Regiment is located just off the
eastern edge of map and is moving West.

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The following task force level scenarios have multiple versions of the
US/Green Order of battle but are otherwise identical in
theme/situation/mission. The similar scenario sets are grouped between
dashed lines.

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Task Force Anderson USMC: A USMC Light Armored Infantry Battalion (+) and
an OPFOR Motorized Rifle Battalion (BMP)(+) are racing toward the same
objective. The USMC battalion is now 10 kilometers West the objective.
The OPFOR battalion is 10 Kilometers East of the objective.

Task Force Taylor: A USMC Rifle Battalion (Mech)(+) and an OPFOR
Motorized Rifle Battalion (BMP)(+) are racing toward the same objective.
The USMC battalion is now 10 kilometers West the objective. The OPFOR
battalion is 10 Kilometers East of the objective.

Task Force Tomlinson: A US Mechanized Infantry Battalion (+) and an
OPFOR Motorized Rifle Battalion (BMP)(+) are racing toward the same
objective. The US battalion is now 10 kilometers West the objective. The
OPFOR battalion is 10 Kilometers East of the objective.

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Task Force Arsenault: A US Army battalion sized Task Force and an OPFOR
Reinforced Motorized Rifle Battalion are approaching the same small oil
and gas refinery - Objective A - from opposite sides. Both units were
sent to determine the status of the refinery and neither force was aware
of the other's presence until their scouts simultaneously fired on each
other. The scenario starts with that initial exchange.

Task Force Zientek: A US Marine Battalion Task Force (Mech) an OPFOR
Reinforced Motorized Rifle Battalion are approaching the same small oil
and gas refinery - Objective A - from opposite sides. Both units were
sent to determine the status of the refinery and neither force was aware
of the other's presence until their scouts simultaneously fired on each
other. The scenario starts with that initial exchange.

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Task Force Fenwick: With minimum notice, a US Army Air Assault Battalion
has been tasked to stage a heliborne, punitive raid against a terrorist
training camp. The Army air assault force is now enroute to the camp.

Task Force Marks: With minimum notice, a US Marine Expeditionary Unit
(MEU SOC) has been tasked to stage a heliborne, punitive raid against a
terrorist training camp located in a coastal nation. The Marine heliborne
assault force is now in the air enroute to the camp.

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Task Force Craig 1-8: A USMC Light Armored Infantry Battalion is
conducting a mobile defense/delaying action in the central part of the
map. A Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR/BMP) is located just off the
eastern edge of map and is moving West.

Task Force Gallagher 1-8: A US Army battalion sized Task Force (balanced
Armor and Mech Infantry) is conducting a mobile defense/delaying action
in the central part of the map. A Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR/BMP) is
located just off the eastern edge of map and is moving West.

Task Force Low 1-8: A USMC Rifle Battalion (Mech) (+) is conducting a
mobile defense/delaying action in the central part of the map. A
Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR) is located just off the eastern edge of
map and is moving West.

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Task Force Gebhard: A US Army Armored Cavalry Squadron (-) is advancing
eastward with orders to penetrate or bypass any enemy opposition. The
exact trace of OPFOR's line is not known but at least a battalion sized
force waits four to ten kilometers east of the US force.

Task Force Stubblefield: A USMC reinforced rifle battalion (Mech) is
advancing eastward with orders to penetrate or bypass any enemy
opposition. The exact trace of OPFOR's line is not known but at least a
battalion sized force waits four to ten kilometers east of the US force.

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Task Force Pucci: A US Army tank heavy battalion (four tank companies
and one mechanized infantry company) is advancing Eastward with orders to
penetrate or bypass any enemy opposition. OPFOR has a battalion sized
blocking position (two tank companies and two motorized rifle platoons)
two to four kilometers East of the US force.

Task Force Waring: A USMC tank battalion reinforced with a rifle company
(mech) is advancing Eastward with orders to penetrate or bypass any enemy
opposition. OPFOR has a battalion sized blocking position (two tank
companies and two motorized rifle platoons) two to four kilometers East
of the US force.

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Task Force Harper: An OPFOR second echelon Motorized Rifle Regiment
(BMP) is moving West through a just opened gap. Heavy fighting on the
flanks of the gap leaves only the largely unmechanized Force reserve
available for commitment. The reserve is a USMC Rifle Battalion located
about ten kilometers West of the gap. The battalion must rapidly displace
by helicopter to establish blocking and delaying positions as far forward
as possible. There are only enough helicopters to lift a bit more than a
rifle company at a time. A reinforced USMC tank company is also enroute,
but it is presently 30 minutes off the West edge of the map.

Task Force Henson: An OPFOR second echelon Motorized Rifle Regiment
(BMP) is moving West through a recently opened gap. Heavy fighting on
the flanks of the gap leaves only a largely unmechanized reserve
available for commitment. The reserve is an ad hoc rifle battalion
located about ten kilometers West of the gap. The battalion must rapidly
displace by helicopter to establish blocking and delaying positions as
far forward as possible. There are only enough helicopters to lift about
a rifle company at a time. A reinforced tank company is also enroute,
but it is presently 30 minutes off the West edge of the map.

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Task Force Kaye 1-8: A US Marine Mechanized Battalion Task Force is
located just off the Western edge of the map and is moving East to locate
and block an advancing OPFOR Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR/BMP). A
Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR/BMP) is located just off the eastern edge
of map and is moving West. (Map015)

Task Force Moody 1-8: A US Army battalion sized Task Force (balanced
Armor and Mech Infantry) is located just off the Western edge of the map
and is moving East to locate and block an advancing OPFOR Motorized Rifle
Regiment (BMP). A Motorized Rifle Regiment (BTR/BMP) is located just
off the eastern edge of map and is moving West. (Map015)

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Task Force Mizokami 1-3: A US Brigade consisting of an Armored Cavalry
Regiment (-) and two Airborne (Air Assault) Battalions has successfully
penetrated and flanked OPFOR's forward line of troops. The Brigade has
swung North and is about to conduct a deep spoiling attack to seize and
block a major OPFOR line of communication that runs East to West through
an industrialized, gently sloping valley. The US Brigade's original
intent was to rapidly seize the valley with an air assault. The Armored
Cavalry Regiment was to arrive two hours later to set up a deliberate
defense. The air assault is underway and has just entered the valley.
However, moments ago US intelligence detected two moving Motorized Rifle
Regiments about sixty kilometers East of the valley. The US Brigade must
continue its attack.

Task Force Nankervis 1-3: A Marine Brigade consisting of two mechanized
Rifle Battalions and two heliborne Rifle Battalions has successfully
penetrated and flanked OPFOR's forward line of troops. The Brigade has
swung North and is about to conduct a deep spoiling attack to seize and
block a major OPFOR line of communication that runs East to West through
an industrialized, gently sloping valley. The Marine Brigade's original
intent was to rapidly seize the valley with a heliborne assault. The
mechanized battalions were to arrive two hours later to set up a
deliberate defense. The heliborne assault is underway and has just
entered the valley. However, moments ago US intelligence detected two
moving Motorized Rifle Regiments about sixty kilometers East of the
valley. The Marine Brigade must continue its attack.

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Capture The Flag - Army: This scenario is presented as a novelty game.
The US player commands a mech heavy brigade and OPFOR a reinforced
motorized rifle regiment (BMP). The opposing orders of battle are
approximately equal in overall capability. During setup, each player
plants a "flag" somewhere in his setup area on his end of the
battlefield. The location of both flags will be revealed after setup by
selecting the "Show Mission Objectives" item in the Map Menu. First
player to reach and hold his enemy's flag at the end of a combat phase is
the winner.

Capture The Flag - Tanks: This scenario is presented as a novelty game.
The US player commands a tank brigade and OPFOR a reinforced tank
regiment. The opposing orders of battle are approximately equal in
overall capability. During setup, each player plants a "flag" somewhere
in his setup area on his end of the battlefield. The location of both
flags will be revealed after setup by selecting the "Show Mission
Objectives" item in the Map Menu. First player to reach and hold his
enemy's flag at the end of a combat phase is the winner.

Capture The Flag - USMC: This scenario is presented as a novelty game.
The US and OPFOR players each command a reinforced regiment. The opposing
orders of battle are approximately equal in overall capability. During
setup, each player plants a "flag" somewhere in his setup area on his end
of the battlefield. The location of both flags will be revealed after
setup by selecting the "Show Mission Objectives" item in the Map Menu.
First player to reach and hold his enemy's flag at the end of a combat
phase is the winner.

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Custom Scenario Canada: SITUATION: Player defined. MISSIONS: Player
defined. ORDER OF BATTLE: Player defined. FIRE SUPPORT: Player defined

Custom Scenario US Army: SITUATION: Player defined. MISSIONS: Player
defined. ORDER OF BATTLE: Player defined. FIRE SUPPORT: Player defined

Custom Scenario USMC: SITUATION: Player defined. MISSIONS: Player
defined. ORDER OF BATTLE: Player defined. FIRE SUPPORT: Player defined

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