Ch 15: Warsaw (Part II)   Posted by Cap'n Rae.Group: 0
Cap'n Rae
 GM, 1936 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Sat 21 Aug 2010
at 23:32
Ch 15. Warsaw (Part II)

"I'd rather wake up in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth."

-Steve McQueen
Cap'n Rae
 GM, 1937 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Sat 21 Aug 2010
at 23:34
The Zoo (Continued)

Craig settles into firing position and, quickly settling his sights on the disabled BMP-2, launches his second HEAT round. The rocket impacts a few meters from the IFV's front, left quarter, errupting in an impressive rolling fireball. The sound of the explosion is equally impressive. Unfortunately, the exploding warhead does not appear to have done any damage to the BMP. (Craig -1 RPG rocket)

As the BMP's turret rotates to bring its main gun and coax to bear on the firing signature of Craig's RPG-16, Thor pops out of cover just long enough to fire his LAW. The LAW's slightly smaller HEAT warhead detonates in almost the same spot the RPG round hit just moments earlier. (Thor - 1 M72 LAW)

While Craig and Thor were taking on the BMP, Jan, Tucker, and Minh were attempting to provide suppressive fire. With all of the lead flying and the percussive blasts of the exploding rockets, it's really hard to tell if any of the outgoing rounds are finding their mark. Tucker, though, is pretty sure that one of his shots just broke an RPK gunner's arm. (Tucker -6 rounds, Minh -2 rounds, Jan - 2 rounds).

The BMP fires off another burst of cannon fire at Craig's position. 30mm HE rounds explode in showers of glowing shrapnel and blasted concrete. Craig had just displaced and somehow avoids getting hit badly. It's a close call, though. Craig feels something warm and wet trickling down his upper back. At first he thinks it's just sweat but after reaching up to make sure, his hand comes away red. It appears he's sustained a fairly superficial wound to the back of his neck. The BMP almost has him pegged now. To expose himself from his current position would be extremely risky. The BMP's gunner bravely fights on from inside his hobbled steel mount, despite the fire of at least two AT gunners.

Mariusz fires off a couple of rounds at the shape of an enemy soldier before ducking into cover. He removes the pin on a smoke grenade and throws it as far as he can over the wall towards the enemy force. (Mariusz -2 rounds & 1 smoke grenade). Dawid sweeps the building to the east with a long burst of fire, attempting to forstall a flanking attempt from that quarter. Dawid picks up the gun and follows the displacing Mariusz, his ersatz ammunition carrier. (Dawid -10 rounds)

On the group's southern flank, an squad-strength enemy flanking attempt is already well underway. Ondar and Warren have culled the enemy squad a bit, but the half dozen or so survivors continue to fire and manouver aggressively, slowly but steadily gaining ground. (Ondar -1 round)

The main enemy group directly to the east, facing the party's center, is more or less pinned down by the party's fire. The group to the northeast seems to have lost heart after their covering BTR took a direct RPG hit to its turret. You can occasionally make out its large caliber MG ammo cooking off in the background of the firefight. The small enemy group to the south, their fighting spirit apparently bolstered by the BMP's valiant stand, is the biggest threat at the moment.


Next Moves?


Updated Tac-Map: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms...46,0.008234&z=18
Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 917 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Sun 22 Aug 2010
at 03:31
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
In reply to Cap'n Rae (msg #2):

Cap'n Rae:
While Craig and Thor were taking on the BMP, Jan, Tucker, and Minh were attempting to provide suppressive fire. With all of the lead flying and the percussive blasts of the exploding rockets, it's really hard to tell if any of the outgoing rounds are finding their mark. Tucker, though, is pretty sure that one of his shots just broke an RPK gunner's arm. (Tucker -6 rounds, Minh -2 rounds, Jan - 2 rounds).

Next Moves?

Tucker will continue to pound out rounds from his M-16A2 until they get ready to displace.  Once the order to displace is given by Konrad, he will fire his grenade launcher at the biggest concentration of troops or vehicles to where it would do the most damage.  "POUR IT ON 'EM," he yells out as he continues to put burst fire downrange at their pursuers.

TUCKER
M-16A2 [21/30] / M-203 [HEDP]
H&K SOCOM Pistol [10/12] (Holstered)
Slung Romanian AK-74
Holstered (Vest) Browning HP-35 [13/13]

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

Engaging ground targets with burst fire

This message was last edited by the player at 03:32, Sun 22 Aug 2010.

Craig Sutherland
 player, 200 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Sun 22 Aug 2010
at 09:33
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

Lying prone on the cold ground, Craig didn't move a muscle. He couldn't see the BMP having crawled off before the grenade had struck but when the top of the brick wall exploded over him he guessed he had missed. His upper half was still covered by his scrim he just hoped they where not pausing to adjust their aim.


Dawids Team
Playing dead

AK-74/BG-15 (30/30) + 2x30(1/1 HE)+ 3 40mm HE Grenades - held at shoulder
RPG-7D (0/1 HEAT) + 1 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
Thor Halgeirsen
 player, 198 posts
 Norwegian Kvartermester
 Marinejegerkommandoen
Sun 22 Aug 2010
at 13:02
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Disgusted at the terrible shot at the dragon, Thor discarded the empty tube and recovered Mjollnir to his shoulder.
Searching across the broken ground, he acquired a target and prepared to end their miserable life.
"FORTY MILL AT DRAGON!" he screamed realising that besides the pinned Sutherland and his RPG, grenade launchers were the only weapon available with any hope of dealing with the BMP.

Thor "The Thunderer"
Aiming Mjollnir at a grenadier, machinegunnner or leader type (in that order of preference)
Barret M82A1 ("Mjollnir") (9/10) + 4x10 + 1x6
PM-63 (25/25) + 1x25
H & K USP-9SD, 9mm (15/15) + 3x15
M-26A1 hand grenade, x4
Bayonet/knife
Individual Tactical Radio

Jeff D. Warren
 player, 94 posts
 American - CIA
 Special Operations Group
Sun 22 Aug 2010
at 15:32
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Warren was concerned at the bad luck the AT gunners seemed to be having.  With the squad running out of options, he longed for his GLTD, which he had left with the 10th, and a nice juicy 500 pound LGB...

Snapping back to reality, he focuses on the southernmost flanking group.  He continues to take single shots at targets as they present themselves.  He also says to Ondar, "We should be prepared to move."


Jeff Warren
Engaging targets in southernmost group
AK-103 w/ POSP4x24 [15/30]

This message was last edited by the player at 00:24, Mon 23 Aug 2010.

Konrad Bayer
 player, 1262 posts
 Hauptmann
 Panzergrenadier
Sun 22 Aug 2010
at 20:53
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Rising up from behind his cover amongst the structures at the zoo, Bayer levels his weapon in the direction of the BMP and aims. After an adjustment for range, he then fires off the grenade launcher towards the vehicle.

Bayer
Center
Firing 40mm HEDP at BMP

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 918 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Sun 22 Aug 2010
at 21:37
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Konrad Bayer:
Rising up from behind his cover amongst the structures at the zoo, Bayer levels his weapon in the direction of the BMP and aims. After an adjustment for range, he then fires off the grenade launcher towards the vehicle.

Bayer
Center
Firing 40mm HEDP at BMP

"BOSS!  YOU FIRE YOURS, I'LL FIRE MINE NEXT, THEN WE'LL DISPLACE!"
Jan Cerny
 player, 668 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Sun 22 Aug 2010
at 22:28
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
"Craig!  You hit bad?" Jan yelled to his team mate while glancing in his direction.  He was effectively the team medic but needed to be an infantryman at the moment so tending Craig would have to wait for a few seconds.  Jan figured that if Craig was wounded badly he would have been screaming in pain and that if he was quiet it meant that Craig was either keeping quiet or dead.  Jan hoped it was the former!

Noticing that Konrad and Tuck were firing their grenade launchers at the BMP Jan selected a different target as he still had an HE round loaded.  The biggest infantry threat seemed to be the group to the south east as they had a light machinegun of some kind.  He levelled the grenade launcher in the direction of that group, aiming ideally for the area of the light machinegun and then fired the HE round at them.  After firing he immediately ducked into cover and reloaded with an HEDP round in case it was necessary to fire another one at any of the vehicles.


Jan
Firing an HE round from his M203 at the squad of infantry with the LSW or LMG to the SE of their position.
F88 Steyr AUG (27/30 rounds - 7 mags total) - held
 - Underslung M203 (1/1 HE - 9x HE, 4x HEDP & 2x ILLUM total)
PM-84 submachine gun w/suppressor (20/25 rounds) - slung on shoulder
AKS-74 (10 mags total) - slung on shoulder
Frag Grenade x2
Sig Sauer P226 (15/15 rounds - 4 mags total) - holster

Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 789 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Mon 23 Aug 2010
at 08:56
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Mariusz watched the smoke start to swirl from his grenade as he turned to Dawid and said, "Do you need any ammo yet?"

He waited to hear Dawid's answer and supply him with another belt if he needed it. If Dawid was happy with the ammo he had left he intended to fire a few shots at the group nearest the BMP.

Mariusz
Tantal 28/30
4xfrag
Waiting for Dawid to call for ammo
Or
Firing a few rounds at the enemy

Dawid Waldus Piotrowski
 player, 2043 posts
 Ex-Sergeant
 Polish Artillerist
Mon 23 Aug 2010
at 10:42
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
In reply to Mariusz Tokarski (msg #10):

"I have enough, let me know if the BMP turns its turret in our direction! But I don't think it can see us very well."

Mariusz had picked a worthy position to relocate to, at least it didn't seem to be directly in the BMP's line of fire.

He continued firing at the northern group, hoping to break them so they would move away, leaving a corridor open to the north.


Dawid
PKM (90/85)
Left Flank
Firing bursts of suppressive fire at northern group.

Minh Quyen
 player, 519 posts
 Spec-4
 U.S. Army Military Police
Mon 23 Aug 2010
at 17:50
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Selecting an advancing figure coming up from the South, Quyen aims and stradies her breathing. When she hears her team leader shout for more fire, she snaps off four shots in quick succession.

Quyen
AK74 (25/30)
Tucker's Team
Firing one aimed + three quick shots

Alexei Ondar
 player, 166 posts
 Starshiy Praporshchik
 Ex-GRU/Spetznaz
Tue 24 Aug 2010
at 00:19
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

Ondar's [NPC'ed] rifle isn't well suited to automatic fire but he sees that his precision fire isn't stopping the enemy flankers. He flips the selector switch on his marksman's rifle to automatic and fires off a burst at an enemy runner. Someone has to drop back a bit and make sure the enemy can't loop around or roll up the group's right flank.

"Cover me!"

He rises to a crouch and begins to run, bent at the waste, towards a cluster of tree stumps about 20m to the southwest of his current position.
Cap'n Rae
 GM, 1940 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Tue 24 Aug 2010
at 00:33
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

Dawid squeezes off another long burst at the group to the northeast. The tracers whipping past the corner of the building there, coupled with the rounds digging sizeable divots in the corner wall, seems to have disuaded the enemy squad from advancing past their cover, temporarily halting the attempted flanking manouver in its tracks. (Dawid -10 rounds)

Dawid and Mariusz watch as the nose of the second BTR-80 emerges from behind the eoadside building. It stops as soon as its turret achieves line-of-sight on the zoo building acting as the focal point of the intruders defensive line. Dawid's MG bullets carom off of the BTR's steel nose and side armor. Its coaxial MG opens up, peppering the building with fire. It seems like its firing more at the building than on any definite human targets. (Dawid -10 rounds)

Several men sprint past the BTR, running to cover, attempting to jump-start the northern end of the pincers movement.

Meanhwile, Konrad takes aim at the BMP-2 and lobs a 40mm HEDP at it. The grenade hits the turret with a flash. White smoke seeps out of the apperture from which the BMP's coaxial MG portrudes. The BMP doesn't return the fire. Perhaps the surviving crew have decided that discretion is the better part of valor. Tucker covers the Hauptman, firing off four rounds and a shooter in the enemy's center group. (Konrad -1 HEDP; Tucker -3 rounds)). Thor, meanwhile, continues to search for targets in the enemy's center. It takes a while to find someone worth shooting at. (Turn spent searching/aiming)

At the southern end of the party's defensive line, Ondar and Warren continue to try to hold back the arm of the southern pincers. Warren fires a pair of single shots and an enemy sprinting to cover. The man dives behind a large stump and Jeff is fairly certain he missed with both shots. Ondar fires a five-round burst at another sprinter before rising up out of cover and running to the southwest to extend the defensive line to mirror the flankers. He drops midstride, stitched up the middle by a tight burst of RPK fire. (Warren -2 rounds; Ondar -5 rounds)

Minh and Jan recognize the danger to the southern end of the party's defenses and adjusts their focus to meet the threat. Minh fires off four rounds at an enemy rifleman but doesn't not appear to register any hits as the man keeps firing. Jan has better luck, dropping a 40mm HE grenade within a meter or two of an enemy RPK gunner, putting him out of action. (Minh -4 rounds; Jan -1 HE)


Next Moves?

This message was last edited by the GM at 00:40, Tue 24 Aug 2010.

Konrad Bayer
 player, 1263 posts
 Hauptmann
 Panzergrenadier
Tue 24 Aug 2010
at 00:56
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Bayer drops behind his cover once he'd observed his grenade impact, leaving the next shot to be taken by Tucker. "Reloading." he says quietly, but just loud enough for Tuck to hear him.

Hearing Ondar shout about moving, Bayer hollers back from behind his cover, "Hold your position!" Not getting a reply, he says, "Dammit... Jan Quyen, shift your fire to the right and support Warren and Ondar. Stay in place!"

As the empty 40mm casing is popped out of the launcher, he uses his hand to next toggle the radio transmit switch, "Dawid. Sitrep. Do you have the left flank enemy held? Status on enemy AFVs on your side? Over."

Bayer
Reloading/Communicating (-1 40mm HEDP)
Center - down behind cover

This message was last edited by the player at 01:13, Tue 24 Aug 2010.

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 919 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Tue 24 Aug 2010
at 01:05
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Cap'n Rae:
Meanhwile, Konrad takes aim at the BMP-2 and lobs a 40mm HEDP at it. The grenade hits the turret with a flash. White smoke seeps out of the apperture from which the BMP's coaxial MG portrudes. The BMP doesn't return the fire. Perhaps the surviving crew have decided that discretion is the better part of valor. Tucker covers the Hauptman, firing off four rounds and a shooter in the enemy's center group. (Konrad -1 HEDP; Tucker -3 rounds)). Thor, meanwhile, continues to search for targets in the enemy's center. It takes a while to find someone worth shooting at. (Turn spent searching/aiming)
Next Moves?

Robert also takes aim at the damaged BMP once he sees that Konrad's round hit the turret and there was no return fire.  As long as his suggestion is still in play, he yells to the others just before firing, "ROUND OUT!  DISPLACE!"  Tucker fires the HEDP round at the BMP hoping for good results and then he will displace once the round is out (unless he has to wait for the next round).

TUCKER
TUCKER
M-16A2 [18/30] / M-203 [HEDP]
H&K SOCOM Pistol [10/12] (Holstered)
Slung Romanian AK-74
Holstered (Vest) Browning HP-35 [13/13]

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

Engaging BMP with HEDP round, then displacing with the other members of his team

Dawid Waldus Piotrowski
 player, 2044 posts
 Ex-Sergeant
 Polish Artillerist
Wed 25 Aug 2010
at 08:12
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
"Foot soldiers pinned down, BTR still active!"

He refrained from shooting at the bow of the APC further. It wouldn't do any good, and it might draw attention to them. Otherwise, the crew of the buttoned-up APC would have a difficult time seeing them through periscopes, even if they pulled forward.

"Let's relocate to the north, get out of line of sight from the BTR and stall any flankers."

He gathered the PKM and crawled off without coming into the open, Mariusz hopefully in tow.


Dawid Piotrowski
PKM GPMG (70/100 + 85)
Left flank
Displacing a little more northwards.

This message was last edited by the player at 10:29, Wed 25 Aug 2010.

Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 790 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Wed 25 Aug 2010
at 09:28
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Mariusz got as low to the ground as he could and followed Dawid to the next firing position.
Craig Sutherland
 player, 201 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Wed 25 Aug 2010
at 09:34
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

At the sound of Jan's voice Craig jabs a thumbs up from under his scrim, “I'm fuckin peachy”. As he turns to focus on the BMP, he catches sight of the running men in front of the BTR-80.

Moving slightly in the dirt, he raises the AK-74/BG-15 combo higher up on his shoulder and aims at the middle of the group. He leads his aim on one of the men in the centre, taking his time he finally fires the under-slung grenade launcher.

As the grenade spins out in a low arch he slightly lowers the barrel of the AK-74 ready to start squeezing off shots from the cover of the partially collapsed brick wall. He tries to stay as hidden as possible using gaps in the bricks and his scrim to hide his signature.



Dawids Team
Firing on the northern pincer near the BTR-80

AK-74/BG-15 (30/30) + 2x30(1/1 HE)+ 3 40mm HE Grenades - held at shoulder
RPG-7D (0/1 HEAT) + 1 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 09:34, Wed 25 Aug 2010.

Jeff D. Warren
 player, 98 posts
 American - CIA
 Special Operations Group
Wed 25 Aug 2010
at 13:01
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
"Man down!" Jeff shouts to his comrades to the north.  It is loud enough to be heard, but clear and void of any overexcitement.  Jeff adjusts his position ever so slightly so as to not be firing from the same spot, and thus be focused in on.  He does not however, break cover and expose himself at any point.

While doing so, he keys his radio, and says coolly over the handset, "Hailstorm 1, this is Tornado 1.  Thunder 1 is down near my position.  Be advised there are too many hostiles here for me to reach him on my own."  Although Jeff was still a newcomer to the team, he had felt some attachment to the Tuvan.  Probably his constant exposure to Russian culture.

After settling in a new spot, Jeff continues to engage the southern group.


Jeff Warren
Slight reposition, Engaging south group with single shots
AK-103w/POSP4x24 (unsuppressed at present) [13/30]

This message was last edited by the player at 15:32, Wed 25 Aug 2010.

Jan Cerny
 player, 671 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Wed 25 Aug 2010
at 22:47
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Craig Sutherland:
“I'm fuckin peachy”


Jeff D. Warren:
"Man down!" Jeff shouts to his comrades to the north.  It is loud enough to be heard, but clear and void of any overexcitement.

he keys his radio, and says coolly over the handset, "Hailstorm 1, this is Tornado 1.  Thunder 1 is down near my position.  Be advised there are too many hostiles here for me to reach him on my own." 


Jan's grin at Craig's black humour, even in the middle of a firefight, disappeared as he firstly heard Jeff's shout and then his radio transmission.

Jan had been about to reload his M203 with a HEAT grenade but changed his mind.  "Konrad," he called to his commander.  "I'm going to check on Alexei!"  He then half crawled, half ran at a crouch towards the fallen man, pausing a couple of times to fire pairs of single shots at the squad to the south.  He was certain that he had done some damage with the HE grenade and he wanted to keep their heads down.


Jan
Moving to Alexei and firing two pairs of single shots at the squad to the south as he moves.
F88 Steyr AUG (27/30 rounds - 7 mags total) - held
 - Underslung M203 (0/1 HE - 8x HE, 4x HEDP & 2x ILLUM total)
PM-84 submachine gun w/suppressor (20/25 rounds) - slung on shoulder
AKS-74 (10 mags total) - slung on shoulder
Frag Grenade x2
Sig Sauer P226 (15/15 rounds - 4 mags total) - holster

Cap'n Rae
 GM, 1944 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Thu 26 Aug 2010
at 00:20
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

The enemy infantry rushing past the nose of the BTR to the northeast dash forward en masse as the wheeled APC continues to spray the zoo buildings with PKT fire. Craig attempts to put a halt to the aggressive flanking move with a 40mm HE grenade. He pulls the trigger and watches the grenade sail towards the enemy infantry. He loses it in the ground clutter near his moving targets but the expected explosion never materializes. For some reason, the grenade must not have armed. He squeezes off a few single shots at the running enemy but does not appear to register any hits. [Craig -1 HE grenade & -3 rounds]

Thor is waiting when the enemy infantry start their foward dash. He leads a heavily laden LMG'er and pulls the trigger. The Barrett kicks hard and the target is knocked sideways off his feet. After he hits the ground, he doesn't move. Dieter follows Thor's lead, knocking another enemy runner to the ground with a single shot. His target, however, scrambles behind a tree stump. [Thor -1 round; Dieter -1 round]

Dawid and Mariusz begin crawling towards the north, attempting to get into a better position to stop the northern arm of the enemy pincers. The only way to get out of the BTR's line of fire is to enter the zoo building or curl around behind the structure, using it for cover. [I need a route]

The nothern pincers movement sputters to a halt under Thor and Dieter's precision fire. The remaining half-dozen or so enemy infantry go to ground and begin returning fire from cover.

Tucker sends another 40mm HEDP grenade towards the damaged BMP-2 in a shallow arc. It impacts against the BMP's turret, exploding in nearly the same spot where Konrad's earlier HEDP grenade had hit. A couple of seconds later, puffs of white smoke and pulsing streamers of sparks start shooting from the BMP's PKT apperture. It appears that the coaxial ammunition is cooking off in the internal feed aparatus. This must certainly make life inside the turret untenable, likely removing the immobilized BMP as a threat. [Tucker -1 HEDP]

Hearing Warren's ominous radio report, Jan displaces, heading south to join the beleagured sniper group and firing as he goes. He attracts a few rounds in return but nothing accurate enough to do any damage. He dives to the ground a few meters from Warren and locates Ondar, a dozen or so meters to his right (south). The Tuvan commando sits up in full view of the remaining enemy, patting himself down. He appears stunned and/or disoriented. Moments later, the fire of 3-5 enemy riflemen starts kicking up mud and slush all around him. Wood splinters explode from a nearby tree trunk. [Jan -3 rounds]

The enemy's center group has dwindled in strength to two or three riflemen who periodically fire a few AK rounds towards the party's positions around the primate house. After making rapid innitial progress, the northern flanker group has stalled momentarily. Their supporting BTR, however, remains a threat. The southern flanker group is down to less than a half-dozen effectives and seem content to stay put and rake the party's right flank with rifle fire. At the moment, most of their attention seems to be focussed on the dazed and confused Ondar.


Next Moves?

Updated Tac-map: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms...46,0.008234&z=18

Remember to keep your personal ammo up to date!

This message was last edited by the GM at 00:28, Thu 26 Aug 2010.

Craig Sutherland
 player, 202 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Thu 26 Aug 2010
at 10:38
Re: The Zoo (Continued)

From cover Craig reloads the grenade launcher. He continues to fire on the northern flank, single shots at any muzzle flashes. If any of the barons men continue their movement he would fire on them as a priority.

The BTR was probably too small of a target at the moment but if it moved forward he would try to engage it with the RPG.


Dawids Team
Firing on the northern infantry

AK-74/BG-15 (27/30) + 2x30(1/1 HE)+ 2 40mm HE Grenades - held at shoulder
RPG-7D (0/1 HEAT) + 1 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 00:36, Fri 27 Aug 2010.

Dawid Waldus Piotrowski
 player, 2045 posts
 Ex-Sergeant
 Polish Artillerist
Thu 26 Aug 2010
at 11:18
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
They move around the monkey building, then fire suppression at the NE group.


Dawid
PKM (70/100 + 85
Moving, then firing.

This message was last edited by the player at 12:10, Thu 26 Aug 2010.

Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 791 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Thu 26 Aug 2010
at 12:04
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Mariusz followed Dawid.
Minh Quyen
 player, 520 posts
 Spec-4
 U.S. Army Military Police
Thu 26 Aug 2010
at 21:49
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Undeterred by the lack of kills, Quyen continues to fire a steady rate of shots into the advancing enemy. Still hugging the solid cover next to Tucker, she fires three more quick rounds at one of the enemy riflemen in the center group.

Quyen
AK74 (21/30)
Next to Tucker
Continuing to fire (x3 quick)

This message was last edited by the player at 21:50, Thu 26 Aug 2010.

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 920 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Thu 26 Aug 2010
at 22:51
Re: The Zoo (Continued)
Tucker was just about ready to move out when he saw Minh still in her position and continuing to fire at the enemy troops.  "I GUESS WE'RE STAYING THEN?" he yells out as he comes back down and drops the empty HEDP casing out of the grenade launcher and pops in a fresh HE round, closing the breech.  If there is time, Tucker will continue to fire his weapon at select targets of opportunity that present themselves.

TUCKER
M-16A2 [18/30] / M-203 [HE]
H&K SOCOM Pistol [10/12] (Holstered)
Slung Romanian AK-74
Holstered (Vest) Browning HP-35 [13/13]

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

Relaoding M-203 launcher with HE round and then engaging ground targets with burst fire

This message was last edited by the player at 02:27, Sat 28 Aug 2010.