Ch 15: Warsaw (Part II)   Posted by Cap'n Rae.Group: 0
Konrad Bayer
 player, 1286 posts
 Hauptmann
 Panzergrenadier
Sat 9 Oct 2010
at 23:46
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Pulling himself back around the corner of the building, Bayer says over the team's gunfire, "Ok. North first, towards and through the wrecks. Then back towards the bridge. Tucker and Quyen... and Dieter and myself. Bounding moves... fast."

He then says, "Covering fire towards and the east group. The south group should be mostly blocked by the visitor center and autos."

Bayer
Moving N first, then W towards the bridge
Firing/Movement with Dieter
G36 (15/30)

This message was last edited by the player at 23:47, Sat 09 Oct 2010.

Craig Sutherland
 player, 225 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Sun 10 Oct 2010
at 00:57
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Grabbing the muzzle of Woj's weapon he lifts it slightly:

”If you are going to start shooting, make sure its the right people.”

He took a quick glance along the highway in the direction of the roadblock Warren had indicated on their map.

Turning back to look west he saw the rifle grenades exploding in the car park. With his rifle at his shoulder he moves under the bridge and up the embankment on the other side, he indicates that the snipers and Woj should follow. Once in position he uses the higher ground to cover the command team.


Point Team
Covering fire

AK-74/BG-15 (30/30) + 1x30 (1/1 HE) + 3x40mm HE- held at shoulder
RPG-7D (1/1 HEAT) + 0 PG-7N HEAT Grenades - slung on shoulder
AKS-74U (35/45) + 5x45 - wedged in webbing
Browning HP (18/20) w/ silencer + 2x20 - holstered
F-1 FRAG Grenade x 6, Smoke Grenade, L13A2 CS grenade

This message was last edited by the player at 05:14, Sun 10 Oct 2010.

Thor Halgeirsen
 player, 238 posts
 Norwegian Kvartermester
 Marinejegerkommandoen
Sun 10 Oct 2010
at 07:30
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Still breathing heavily, Thor moved back up the slope to observe the enemy's movements. Although utilising the high powered visual enhancement provided by Járngreipr, he did not intend to take a shot and give away his position unless it would save the life of Haptabeiđir, Tyr, Bragi, or the Valkyrie Mist.

Thor "The Thunderer"
Taking cover to observe the enemy through X10 scope
NOT shooting unless vital to save Konrad, Tucker, Dieter or Minh
Barret M82A1 ("Mjollnir") (10/10) + 3x10 + 1x7
PM-63 (25/25) + 1x25
H & K USP-9SD, 9mm (15/15) + 3x15
M-26A1 hand grenade, x4
Bayonet/knife
Individual Tactical Radio

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 944 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Sun 10 Oct 2010
at 23:36
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Cap'n Rae:
With hollow popping sounds, incoming rounds start striking the rusting shells of vehicles in northwest zoo entrace parking lot. The enemy to the east are spreading out and finding angles from which to deliver accurate fire.

As Craig, Woj, Dawid, Mariusz, and Jan break to the northwest, Konrad, Tucker, and Minh (NPCed) provide covering fire, delivering rapid single shots and short bursts. They can see their bullets striking the ruined buildings to the east in little puffs of concrete dust. At the moment, the amount of incoming and outgoing fire is about equal. (Konrad -3 rounds; Tucker -6 rounds; Minh -10  rounds)

Dieter arrives at the zoo entrance parking lot and joins the belleaguered command team. Bullets buzz and snap around them and ricochet's clang and zing off of the destroyed vehicles which occupy the ghost zoo. At least one enemy grenadier has gone to work, lobbing two HE rifle grenades into the lot where they explode harmlessly among the derelict vehicles. Konrad, Minh, and Tucker have been returning fire, scoring a couple of suspected hits on the enemy force to the east. Glancing back the way he came, Dieter can see movement near the Cat House. The enemy are slowly closing in. If and when they bring their mortar to bear on the zoo entrance parking lot, the command team is going to be in whole world of serious hurt.  (Konrad -10; Tucker -27; Minh -20)

Next Moves?

Tuck will continue to lay down covering fire throughout the field whereever he thinks it's needed.  He will also keep watch for his peoploe movingbackto them or any new threats that pop up.


Konrad Bayer:
Pulling himself back around the corner of the building, Bayer says over the team's gunfire, "Ok. North first, towards and through the wrecks. Then back towards the bridge. Tucker and Quyen... and Dieter and myself. Bounding moves... fast."

He then says, "Covering fire towards and the east group. The south group should be mostly blocked by the visitor center and autos."

Bayer

After emptying his rifles magazine, Tucker drops back behind cover, calls out, "Loading,", switches out the empty magazine to his cargo pocket, then loads a fresh one to his M-16's magwell and then lets the bolt go forward chambering the round.  "Ready," he says as he pops out slightly from behind cover and begins to re-engage targets as they present themselves.

When Konrad gives the new order to move to the bridge, Robert will get up next to Minh and tap her on the shoulder when he's ready to move.  "Are you ready to leave Mother?  I'll lead us out," he says with a wink and a smile as he moves out as quick as he can to get to the bridge.  He will look back to make sure that Minh is still following him and then get to a position to cover Konrad and Dieter on their bound.

<Orange>Tucker
M-16A2 [22/30] / M-203 [HE] - {BURST-FIRE}
H&K SOCOM Pistol [10/12] (Holstered)
Slung Romanian AK-74 [30/30]
Holstered (Vest) Browning HP-35 [13/13]
[1] Mag 5.56N [12/30] (BDU Pocket)
[1] Empty 30 round mag (BDU Pocket)


Salvaged Gear:
Claymore Mine & Pouch    2.0
Mag Bandoleer [6 MAG 30] 3.0
5 L. Canteen             5.0
Lg Alice Pack
[19] AK-74 Mags

Moving out with Minh trying to get to cover and let the next team bound

This message was last edited by the player at 23:43, Sun 10 Oct 2010.

Dawid Waldus Piotrowski
 player, 2088 posts
 Ex-Sergeant
 Polish Artillerist
Mon 11 Oct 2010
at 08:50
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
In reply to Craig Sutherland (msg #183):

"Jan, good to see you, you are wounded!"

Seeing Craig getting set up to provide cover fire, Dawid decided on the next phase of the plan.

"Craig, you can cover from up there, Jan spots. Mariusz and I will provide cover from down here."

"Mister Warren, if you would be so kind, please take your men and scout ahead with Woj because we need to determine a path to the north. We may stay here, I doubt it."

"Come on, Mariusz! Back the way we came."


Taking the PKM, he doubled-back to where the Wybrzeze Helski road crossed under the road bridge. Using the edge of the southern abutment for cover, he set up the PKM where it could cover the parking lot and eastwards to allow the command group to withdraw.

"Mariusz, reload the machine-gun, please. Just link the belt to the one in there, thanks."


Dawid Piotrowski
PKM (50/100 + 100)
Southern Bridge Abutment

Moving to back-track south, then covering to E/SE.

This message was last edited by the player at 08:51, Mon 11 Oct 2010.

Dieter Brandt
 player, 233 posts
 Gefreiter/Scharfschutze
 6th Panzergrenadier Div.
Mon 11 Oct 2010
at 11:11
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
After moving quickly, Dieter caught up with Konrad, Tuck and Minh. He took cover close by, and set himself up to provide cover. Glancing around, he realised that Warren and Thor weren't there. Looking further around he just spotted the lumbering frame of Thor disappearing down the embankment towards the river. He guessed Warren had gone the same way.

Heaing Konrad's order, he pointed his rifle East, quickly glancing to see if any spotters on the apartment block had presented themselves. If they had, they were going to be targetted. If not, he would refocus on the more immediate threat to the East and provide covering fire, aiming to wound where possible rather than kill.

After providing cover fire he was ready for Konrad to order another bounding retreat.

Dieter Brandt
In cover with Konrad, covering East then bounding when ordered
PSG-1 - 14/20 rounds
AK-74 - 30/30 slung over shoulder
1x Frag 1x Smoke

Thor Halgeirsen
 player, 241 posts
 Norwegian Kvartermester
 Marinejegerkommandoen
Mon 11 Oct 2010
at 11:33
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
"Svafrlami where is Óđr?" Thor asked Craig after a quick glance around and noticing Ondar was missing.
Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 814 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Mon 11 Oct 2010
at 17:21
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Mariusz dropped down beside Dawid and pulled out the last of the machinegun ammunition he was carrying. He attatched the two belts and said, "OK, it's done!"

He held the belt for his gunner to ensure that teh longer belt didn't kink or tangle in a way that would inhibit Dwaid from raining death on the enemy.
Cap'n Rae
 GM, 1994 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Mon 11 Oct 2010
at 20:27
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

The command team fires off a few more rounds in response to the heavy enemy fire. Bullets are snapping around, dangerously close. Rounds are passing clear through some of the rusted out hulks between the command team and the enemy. Fire is starting to come in from the south as well, although the brick shell of the ticket shack is absorbing most of it. (Konrad -10 rounds; Tucker -15 rounds; Minh -20 rounds)

As the point team and sniper detachment (sans Dieter) set up behind the highway embankment to provide cover fire for the hard-pressed command team, Tucker leads Konrad, Minh, and Dieter north, using the meager cover provided by the badly rusted shells of civilian and military vehicles littering the zoo entrance parking lot.

Another rifle grenade burst several meters away from Tucker, showering the whole team with droplets of melted snow. The percussion of the explosive concussion takes some of the air out of Tucker's lungs but leaves him (and the others) unwounded. The incongruant smells of water vapor and the smoke produced by the explosives create a slightly nauseating aromatic melange.

A much larger explosion behind them knocks Dieter off balance and he stumbles and falls in the snow. The command team is showered with flakes of rust. A mortar bomb probably scored a direct hit on the remains of a car, blasting the badly corroded frame into tiny bits. Dieter scrambles to his feet and continues moving north.

As Thor and Warren (NPC'ed) look for a good spot to set up shop, Dawid and Craig and Woj begin firing at the enemy in the rubbled buildings to the east. The road emankment is an almost ideal firing position, offering cover and a raised vantage point. Dawid begins burning through another belt of ammunition, trying desperately to lessen the mounting pressure on the command team. Craig and Woj also empty a magazine each in support. The effect is noticeable. Enemy fire (from the east) on the command team lets up enough for them to break cover and sprint west for the river bank. Long-range fire is still zipping in towards the fleeing command team from the Cat House to the southeast. Dieter feels a tug at his belt followed by a cold, wet sensation spreading down his left leg. At first he thinks he's hit but he soon realizes that a bullet must have punched a hole in one of his canteens. (Dawid -50 rounds; Craig -30 rounds; Woj -30 rounds)

Somehow, the command team reaches the river without sustaining any casualties. It is a miraculous escape. Close to the river, the curves in the terrain provide both cover and concealment from the enemy groups to the east and southeast.


Next Moves?


Updated tac-map: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms...7&mid=1286826796
Jan Cerny
 player, 717 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Mon 11 Oct 2010
at 22:19
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Dawid Waldus Piotrowski:
"Jan, good to see you, you are wounded!"

Seeing Craig getting set up to provide cover fire, Dawid decided on the next phase of the plan.

"Craig, you can cover from up there, Jan spots. Mariusz and I will provide cover from down here."


Jan found a piece of wall to lean against and spotted for Craig as instructed.  He kept himself ready to move however, in case Konrad ordered Dawid's team to continue bounding further away from the enemy forces.

"Dawid," he replied, favouring his left arm.  "The bullet went clean through so I should be ok if we can get clear and hold up for a while."

He kept his pistol ready in his right hand in case a target suddenly appeared close to their position.


Jan
Spotting for Craig unless Konrad orders them to continue moving, in which case he will do so.
F88 Steyr AUG (10/30 rounds - 7 mags total) - slung on shoulder
 - Underslung M203 (1/1 HEDP - 8x HE, 4x HEDP & 2x ILLUM total)
AKS-74 (10 mags total) - slung on shoulder
Frag Grenade x4
Sig Sauer P226 (15/15 rounds - 4 mags total) - held

Craig Sutherland
 player, 226 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Tue 12 Oct 2010
at 07:39
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

Opening one of the ammunition pouches on his PLCE Craig replaces the magazine in his AK and continues laying down fire to cover the movement of the group. He tries to identify individual targets to engage especially the firer of the rifle grenades.


Point Team
Laying down fire

AK-74/BG-15 (45/45) + 1x30 (1/1 HE) + 3x40mm HE- held at shoulder
RPG-7D (1/1 HEAT) + 0 PG-7N HEAT Grenades - slung on shoulder
AKS-74U (35/45) + 5x45 - wedged in webbing
Browning HP (18/20) w/ silencer + 2x20 - holstered
F-1 FRAG Grenade x 6, Smoke Grenade, L13A2 CS grenade
Dieter Brandt
 player, 235 posts
 Gefreiter/Scharfschutze
 6th Panzergrenadier Div.
Tue 12 Oct 2010
at 07:50
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Dieter followed Tuck, Minh and Konrad through the parking lot, keeping low to avoid the sporadic enemy fire. Suddenly a big explosion behind him knocked him off balance, and he stumbled across the lot and tripped up. As he shook his head clear his ears rang, blocking out any other noise. Adrenaline pumping, he scrambled back to his feet and scurried off after the others. As he continued to run he felt tracers pinging off the rusty cars around him.

Suddenly a feeling of dread hit him. He felt a tug at his waist, and an uncomfortable sensation as a wet patch formed on his leg. Fearing the worst he rached down and touched the area. He brought his hand up and was very relieved to see no blood. The shock gave him a boost, and he accelerated to catch up with the others.

As they reach Dawid's team he ducks into cover and waits for more instructions.
Jeff D. Warren
 player, 127 posts
 American - CIA
 Special Operations Group
Tue 12 Oct 2010
at 15:26
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Jeff was less than pleased that the prisoner from the Baron's forces was pointing an AK at him.  Fortunately Craig halted him in time, saving the man's life.  Afterwards, Jeff still did not acknowledge the man's presence.

Thor and Warren initially took up a position to cover the command team's retreat.  Once they were back, Warren ducked behind the embankment to listen to orders.  Receiving them first from Dawid, Warren approaches Thor "We're scouting ahead.  Dieter will cover the rear.  Ondar's dead." with this last bit he wiggles the fallen man's SVU-AS slightly on his shoulder to reinforce the point.

As they move north, Jeff says to no one and everyone "If anyone has any mines or grenade traps, now is a good of time as any."  With that, he moves his way carefully north along the river, using his stealth skills to see the enemy before they see him.
Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 815 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Tue 12 Oct 2010
at 18:05
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Mariusz looked over at Woj and said, "Take over from me, that's the last of the ammo I'm carrying so you can keep Dawid honest."

He turned to Bayer and said, "Kaptain, the buildings to the north east look like a good place for us to put a sniper team, they can use lower floors to avoid mortar fire and retreat through the buildings. They might delay pursuit long enough to allow us to break contact, having the two sniper teams acting in concert could allow them to survive too."

He paused, "I'd suggest doing it myself but my skills aren't up to the job. We need to break contact somehow or we'll run out of bullets before the Baron runs out of men."
Dawid Waldus Piotrowski
 player, 2093 posts
 Ex-Sergeant
 Polish Artillerist
Tue 12 Oct 2010
at 23:11
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
"Thanks for the belt and that's a good idea, Mariusz. Woj, c'mere, please."

He handed him the last spare belt in its ammo can, then resumed suppressive fire to the SE, firing short bursts unless a worthwhile target presents itself.


Dawid Piotrowski
PKM (100/100 + 100)

Southern Bridge Abutment
Covering Fire SE

Thor Halgeirsen
 player, 242 posts
 Norwegian Kvartermester
 Marinejegerkommandoen
Wed 13 Oct 2010
at 01:41
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Thor was near exhausted. He'd barely eaten anything since the day before, and was carrying the heaviest load by far of everyone. And then there was the fact he'd had a building collapse on him, forcing him to dig his way out past tonnes of concrete, not to mention the sleep deprivation and almost constant combat since they had been rudely awoken.

"Thor stay," he responded to Warren.
He called to Mariusz. "Máni! Go Huldrekall and Bragi. Watch Huldrekall for Thor."
"Megingjörđ not work so good today."
"Thor need rest."


Thor "The Thunderer"
In cover to observe the enemy through X10 scope
NOT shooting unless vital (concealment of his position is more important)
Barret M82A1 ("Mjollnir") (10/10) + 3x10 + 1x7
PM-63 (25/25) + 1x25
H & K USP-9SD, 9mm (15/15) + 3x15
M-26A1 hand grenade, x4
Bayonet/knife
Individual Tactical Radio

Cap'n Rae
 GM, 1997 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Wed 13 Oct 2010
at 01:52
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Dawid Waldus Piotrowski:
"Thanks for the belt and that's a good idea, Mariusz. Woj, c'mere, please."

He handed him the last spare belt in its ammo can, then resumed suppressive fire to the SE, firing short bursts unless a worthwhile target presents itself.


Dawid had to call again because Woj, it appeared, was starting to enjoy shooting at the Baron's regulars. Emptying his second magazine, Woj, not bothering to reload his own weapon, scooted over along the embankment to Dawid and set up on his right side to help feed the hungry PKM. In between bursts, he says with a grin,

"I can't believe we made it through the park! This is fucking crazy!"
Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 946 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Wed 13 Oct 2010
at 02:14
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Cap'n Rae:
The command team fires off a few more rounds in response to the heavy enemy fire. Bullets are snapping around, dangerously close. Rounds are passing clear through some of the rusted out hulks between the command team and the enemy. Fire is starting to come in from the south as well, although the brick shell of the ticket shack is absorbing most of it. (Konrad -10 rounds; Tucker -15 rounds; Minh -20 rounds)

As the point team and sniper detachment (sans Dieter) set up behind the highway embankment to provide cover fire for the hard-pressed command team, Tucker leads Konrad, Minh, and Dieter north, using the meager cover provided by the badly rusted shells of civilian and military vehicles littering the zoo entrance parking lot.

Another rifle grenade burst several meters away from Tucker, showering the whole team with droplets of melted snow. The percussion of the explosive concussion takes some of the air out of Tucker's lungs but leaves him (and the others) unwounded. The incongruant smells of water vapor and the smoke produced by the explosives create a slightly nauseating aromatic melange.

A much larger explosion behind them knocks Dieter off balance and he stumbles and falls in the snow. The command team is showered with flakes of rust. A mortar bomb probably scored a direct hit on the remains of a car, blasting the badly corroded frame into tiny bits. Dieter scrambles to his feet and continues moving north.

Next Moves?

Tucker can't believe that he's almost been fucked up again by another explosion.  He tries to shake it off and keep on moving the best he can so they can get the hell out of the area and maybe to some kind of relative safety.  Punching out rounds when he posts up to cover the other ream members, Robert tires to control his breathing and his aim due to the strain he's been putting his body through since they first made contact with the Baron's forces.


Jeff D. Warren:
As they move north, Jeff says to no one and everyone "If anyone has any mines or grenade traps, now is a good of time as any."  With that, he moves his way carefully north along the river, using his stealth skills to see the enemy before they see him.

"I got one and only one Claymore with me.  I don't know when the best time is but, if we don't use it for security if we get outtta here, it may be a good time to leave them a little surprise to slow them down.  We did a lot of damage to them today and I don't think they're going to stop looking for us anytime soon," he tells Warren as he swaps his mostly used magazine (dropping it into the BDU pocket he has dropped the other two) and putting in a full mag into his M-16A2.

Tucker
M-16A2 [22/30] / M-203 [HE] - {BURST-FIRE}
H&K SOCOM Pistol [10/12] (Holstered)
Slung Romanian AK-74 [30/30]
Holstered (Vest) Browning HP-35 [13/13]
[1] Mag 5.56N [12/30] (BDU Pocket)
[1] Empty 30 round mag (BDU Pocket)
[1] Mag 5.56N [7/30] (BDU Pocket)

Salvaged Gear:
Claymore Mine & Pouch    2.0
Mag Bandoleer [6 MAG 30] 3.0
5 L. Canteen             5.0
Lg Alice Pack
[19] AK-74 Mags

This message was last edited by the player at 02:18, Wed 13 Oct 2010.

Cap'n Rae
 GM, 1998 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Wed 13 Oct 2010
at 22:26
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

The command team passes underneath the remains of the highway and railroad bridge roots and climbs up the slope to join the others behind the embankment. Exhausted, they plop down on the snow-covered embankment a few meters away from Dawid and Woj and try to catch their breath. Everyone is exhausted. You've been running and fighting for over an hour. Your clothing is soaked in sweat and snowmelt. If the morning sun wasn't shining, you'd probably be shivering a lot worse than you already are. Many of you are overburdened with plundered weapons. Most of you, however, are starting to lighten your load by burning through ammunition at an alarming pace.

Warren, despite his fatigue, is already on the move, heading northwest along the river bank, looking for an escape route. Ahead of him, through a tangle of fallen trees, he sees the remains of several residential structures- rustic, single family homes. Like most of the buildings in this part of the city, they show signs of heavy blast damage. Mercifully, they don't appear occupied.

Dawid squeezes off a few more bursts of supressive fire from the PKM. Craig, his wounded thigh throbbing with pain, joins in with a few bursts of his own fire. The enemy in the cluster of buildings to the east a returning fire. Over a dozen enemy troops are firing at the embankment, with only Dawid and Craig returning fire at the moment. Bullets bore into the reverse slope of the highway embankment, kicking up little fountains of snow and soil. A few rounds skip and ricochet off the shattered pavement of the highway. Others buzz and whip-crack overhead. (Dawid -20 rounds; Craig -12 rounds)

Mariusz looks east, along the highway, remembering that Craig had mentioned something about a roadblock/outpost situated about a kilometer up the road. He can't see it from here. For some reason, the enemy missed the opportunity to bring down a squad from the outpost and box-in the intruders in zoological park. Just as Mariusz is about to look away, he notices movement. A jeep-like vehicle is heading towards him. It's about 500m away, moving slowly on the snow and ice covered road. Someone is standing in the bed, behind what appears to be a machine gun. Several pairs of legs dangle over the sides of the small truck. There's probably seven or eight men aboard.


Next Moves?


Updated tac-map: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms...7&mid=1287008825

This message was last edited by the GM at 22:36, Wed 13 Oct 2010.

Jan Cerny
 player, 720 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Thu 14 Oct 2010
at 08:52
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
"Konrad.  Tuck.  I've got four STANAG mags if you need more ammo!" he called to his companions.  They were the extra mags of ammo Jan has brought with him from the boat and then salvaged from his pack when they had had to abandon much of their gear.  Though STANAG mags didn't fit his Steyr they had been useful containers to keep the rounds together.  One of the mags was actually short a few rounds from when Jan had removed four bullets to reload his rifle following the ambush at the farm, but that was a minor concern.  It was extra ammo that Konrad and Tuck might well need.  "Let me know if you want any of them!"

Jan then pushed himself off again from where he'd taken a brief rest and started following after Warren as the CIA man now seemed to be lead scout!


Jan
Offering extra mags to Konrad and Tuck and then following after Jeff.
F88 Steyr AUG (10/30 rounds - 7 mags total) - slung on shoulder
 - Underslung M203 (1/1 HEDP - 8x HE, 4x HEDP & 2x ILLUM total)
AKS-74 (10 mags total) - slung on shoulder
Frag Grenade x4
Sig Sauer P226 (15/15 rounds - 4 mags total) - held

OOC: Rae - Should it become relevant (while I'm away IRL and you need to NPC Jan) and Konrad or Tuck want to take any mags then Jan has 3 STANAG mags with 30 rnds and 1 STANAG mag with 26 rnds

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 947 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Thu 14 Oct 2010
at 10:44
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Jan Cerny:
"Konrad.  Tuck.  I've got four STANAG mags if you need more ammo!" he called to his companions.  They were the extra mags of ammo Jan has brought with him from the boat and then salvaged from his pack when they had had to abandon much of their gear.  Though STANAG mags didn't fit his Steyr they had been useful containers to keep the rounds together.  One of the mags was actually short a few rounds from when Jan had removed four bullets to reload his rifle following the ambush at the farm, but that was a minor concern.  It was extra ammo that Konrad and Tuck might well need.  "Let me know if you want any of them!"

Jan then pushed himself off again from where he'd taken a brief rest and started following after Warren as the CIA man now seemed to be lead scout!

Tuck will reach his left hand out and take two of the four mags from Jan and put them directly into his MOLLE pouches on his grenadiers vest.  "I'm not greedy but, if Konrad don't wnat 'em, I'll take the other two.  How you making out Jan?"
Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 816 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Thu 14 Oct 2010
at 15:34
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
"Enemy vehicle to the east!" Mariusz yelled, "softskin carrying a machinegun and up to eight troops! Watch out!"

He looked over the roadway and yelled directly at Thor, "Thor! Enemy vehicle to the east! Half a kilometer, eight svartalfar!"

Once he'd called out his warnings he ducked lower to the ground, trying to make himself a smaller target. He braced the rifle and trained the grenade launcher on the moving vehicle.

Mariusz
AK-74 (30/30) BG-1 1HE/1
Taking cover and aiming at the jeep

Jan Cerny
 player, 722 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Thu 14 Oct 2010
at 16:24
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Robert 'Tuck' Tucker:
Tuck will reach his left hand out and take two of the four mags from Jan and put them directly into his MOLLE pouches on his grenadiers vest.  "I'm not greedy but, if Konrad don't wnat 'em, I'll take the other two.  How you making out Jan?"


Jan passed over two fully loaded STANAG mags to Tuck for the moment but kept the other two in case Konrad wanted some as well.

"If you're short of 40mm grenades I've got some of those as well," he added to Konrad and Tuck with a grin.  "Might as well use them!"
Craig Sutherland
 player, 227 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Thu 14 Oct 2010
at 19:05
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Mariusz Tokarski:
"Enemy vehicle to the east!" Mariusz yelled, "softskin carrying a machinegun and up to eight troops! Watch out!"



”Alright if you have a grenade launcher time to use it.”

He raises his AK and lays his sights on the advancing vehicle. Taking a short breath he exhales slowly as  he waited for them to move into range.

Point Team
Firing on truck

AK-74/BG-15 (33/45) + 1x30 (1/1 HE) + 3x40mm HE- held at shoulder
RPG-7D (1/1 HEAT) + 0 PG-7N HEAT Grenades - slung on shoulder
AKS-74U (35/45) + 5x45 - wedged in webbing
Browning HP (18/20) w/ silencer + 2x20 - holstered
F-1 FRAG Grenade x 6, Smoke Grenade, L13A2 CS grenade

This message was last edited by the player at 06:21, Fri 15 Oct 2010.

Konrad Bayer
 player, 1287 posts
 Hauptmann
 Panzergrenadier
Thu 14 Oct 2010
at 19:53
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Mariusz Tokarski:
"Enemy vehicle to the east!" Mariusz yelled, "softskin carrying a machinegun and up to eight troops! Watch out!"


"Hasty ambush." Bayer says quickly, replacing his rifle's magazine with a new one. "Spare the vehicle." He then repeats himself, "Spare the vehicle."

"Dieter... go for the driver." Bayer adds.

- Need to add more after I get a little more time.