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Author Topic: US Marines vs Mr Big 20mm Force on Force  (Read 890 times)

Offline Grigork

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US Marines vs Mr Big 20mm Force on Force
« on: August 24, 2016, 10:38:35 AM »
For July's Conwy Wargames Club meeting Dave hosted a 20mm game set in our fictional West African nation of Tangerine, a country famous for it's orange varieties and unique history have being controlled at one time or other as a whole or in parts by every colonial power including the Arabs.

Our imagi-nation setting is circa 2010, a period in Tangerine's history where the US intervened against a coup eventually leading to a multi-national force led by the US to protect the legitimate government from the rebels/other legitimate government/freedom fighters/terrorists/radical capitalists/liberal socialists. The coup backed by the army called for a return to traditional values, reverence of the ancestors and spirits and a more equitable distribution of the new found mineral wealth.

The Scenario

Mr Big is a drug lord, sponsor of terrorism, people trafficker, exporter of oranges with pips and the Defence Minister to boot of the new Republic of Tangerine. His private militia 'Oranges are not the only fruit' (a charity for tax purposes - OANTOF for short) have got their hands on a Soviet made SU23. Unfortunately they know how to use it and have downed a few helicopters forcing the US Marines to go in on the ground and neutralise the threat.

The Game
See https://thewargamingmegalomaniac.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/20mm-force-on-force-us-marines-vs-mr-big.html

Satsumadorp retail park where Mr Big's when hang out

Let's see how a shanty shop stands up to a 105mm shell

The Marines close in

Offline shepard88

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Re: US Marines vs Mr Big 20mm Force on Force
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2016, 05:58:20 PM »
Good game!

Like simple, but practical and neat tabletop



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