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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Assault Tip Video: When To Break Off

14 comments:

Anatoli said...

Superb video Jon, nicely illustrates the points of not fighting to death or being greedy in every situation.

Harvey said...

I hope you are planning on doing more of these tutorials as they will be very useful and informative. Great job!

WEBGriffin said...

Very good!! Assault discussions are made for video.

The best part was your pointing out the kills on the paras and all because you backed up. Live to fight another day (or round)!

AJ (Allan) Wright said...

Very informative video. Thanks for it. Please make more!

pudson said...

Ads by Google gave me advice on Medicare and "How To Stop Drinking in 8 Weeks" for this video.

I think it fits.

Great video, Dirtay. Keep 'em comin'!

cbaxter said...

that was great thank you

locker.wheelie said...

Excellent job Jon. I found that very informative. Stating the obvious, but I've always felt it's best when you have a buddy show you how to do it then to just read about it.

SteveR said...

Very nice work! I enjoyed it. Another option - move the 2IC up into the field to get another three shots on them.

EUlsund said...

Fantastic video tutorial! I hope you will make more of these videos and cover other aspects of the rules that are not that easy to read from the book. The video was both very informative and inspirational, especially for s lonely wargamer up in cold Norway:)

Dirty Jon said...

Thanks guys! We'll keep the videos coming.

Chris said...

Nicely illustrates the value of MG over R/MG teams too.

zsavk said...

Thanks Jon. Hope you guys know how much this sort of thing helps me as a new player. One question though. Should the allied platoon have been pinned after its consolidation move?

Dirty Jon said...

@zsavk- no - they took no hits in the Assault.

zsavk said...

Cool, thanks for replying Jon.

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