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Convoy Attack

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Convoy Attack
By Adrian Johnson


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At this point in the game, with time running out we called a finish to the battle. The NI commanders had decided that the prudent course of action was to withdraw, as they were suffering excessive casualties (at this point up to 7 out of 20). The FSE commanders agreed that as their priority was getting the convoy through, they would allow the NI troops to withdraw. We decided that while the NI troops had managed to damage one of the cargo trucks, they had failed to touch the other and the damaged truck's supplies could be moved to an APC. As such the battle was won by the FSE troops, who had suffered only three casualties (and the loss of the tank). Neither the damaged truck nor the sunken tank were actually destroyed, so they could be recovered later.




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