Ch. 17: The Battle of Warsaw (Part II)   Posted by Cap'n Rae.Group: 0
Minh Quyen
 player, 597 posts
 Spec-4
 U.S. Army Military Police
Thu 22 Dec 2011
at 17:24
Re: Battle for the Granary
Robert 'Tuck' Tucker:
"We set up here.  When I get the word to fire, I'll let you know and then will kick it off with my grenade launcher.  We don't have anything really heavy besides my grenade launcher so we'll concentrate on troops.  If it looks like it's getting real bad, displace to a different firing position.  I don't think the Boss plans on leaving the building until it's over or we're dead."


Quyen nods and says "We can do this." She then takes out one of her last dented and crumpled smokes and puts it in her mouth but doesn't lite it up. She then looks at the two Polish guys in their team and asks "Ok for ammo and grenades?."

* Minh will give Piotr and Jacek 1-2 magazines each if they need it and have compatible weapons (5.45mmB).

Quyen will then setup her fighting position in accordance with the rest of the section.

Quyen
AK74 (30/30)
Some grenades, WP, TNT, and a claymore
Section 2

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Cap'n Rae
 GM, 2437 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Fri 23 Dec 2011
at 17:41
Re: Battle for the Granary

Support

Arkadiusz balks at Griet's orders. "I'm staying with you, sir." Griet doesn't have time to argue. She crawls back into the smokey room and gently shakes Mikel. He's unresponsive and Griet can't feel a pulse. He took the brunt of the concussion and shrapnel from the exploding 30mm grenade, effectively screening Arkadiusz with his own body. At first glance, the MK-19 appears undamaged, although the belt of five remaining HEDP grenades is a little mangled towards the end.

There's firing down below and behind them. It sounds like the Baron's men are engaging the rebels at the south end of the building. As of yet, none of them have made it up to Griet and Arkadiusz's floor.

Snipers

The two cowering rebels get the message and crawl quickly to the door to the stairwell. After several minutes there's a burst of fire from below. The men in the upper floor of the granary respond overwhelmingly, leaving a very narrow window of opportunity for the snipers. One of the MG crews is clearly visible, watching the action unfolding to the north. One of the gunners glances over towards the sound of the firing but pays it little mind as the building from which it came is pelted with return fire.

Section 1

Dawid waits until the reinforcements are half-way across the street before opening up with the PKM. Mariusz, Eusebiusz, Ireniusz, and the two teenaged rebels all follow suit, firing on full auto into the running mass of targets. The effects are devastating. Five of the ten men drop and tumble to the hard pavement as bullets tear into their bodies. Most of the others dive and scramble for any nearby cover they can find- a curb, a pothole, a comrade's body, a slightl dip in the road. One man pulls up short, comically sliding to a stop and abruptly reversing course. He takes three or four steps back towards whence he came before a bullet strikes him squarely between the shoulders. He takes one more half-step and then drops straight down in a heap. The survivors are pinned down in the middle of the road. (Dawid -10 rounds, Mariusz -5 rounds, GK militia and Warsaw rebels -5 rounds each)

HQ and sections 2 & 3

... continue to hold their fire, watching the convoy as it supports the dismounts attempting to clear the rebels from the building across the street. It's frustrating not being able to help but, tactically, it's right decision to continue holding fire. Konrad belays the mortar correction order when he realizes that the enemy armor is not continuing forward yet. The stationary targets make an inviting target but he realizes that only a direct hit from the 82mm Vasilek would likely kill any of the armor. On the other hand, the ZU-23-2 gunners on the back of the MTLB are fairly exposed and the soft-skinned truck is even more vulnerable to the effects of indirect fire.

Flemming looks inquiringly at Konrad. "You want me to switch back to the Baron's freq?" With only one long-range radio, it's impossible to simultaneously communicate with the Queen and also monitor the Baron's net.


Next Moves?
Griet Niewiadomska
 player, 584 posts
 Polish Navy - CPO
 Krakow ORMO
Fri 23 Dec 2011
at 19:22
Re: Battle for the Granary
Griet's throat was dry and her hands were shaking. She swallowed painfully, the cordite fumes making her throat feel like glass she looked over at Arkadiusz and said, "Mikel is dead, cover me while I fix the grenade launcher."

She kept herself between the living G-K militiaman and his unconscious comrade, the truth was that she didn't know if the poor man was alive or dead but she did know that if they tried to get him out they would all die and Arkadiusz' baby would grow up an orphan. She also knew that Polish men were stubborn and headstrong and that Arkadiusz would probably rather die than leave a fallen friend. She opened up the breech of the automatic grenade launcher and took the remaining ammunition from it.

She left the empty gun where it was, it was a potential risk to leave it intact but she was gambling that if the Baron's men had the time and opportunity to use it against anyone then they'd already be dead.

She looked up at Arkadiuz, her face looking like a death mask caked as it was in thick plaster streaked with tear track, "Let's get going."

She moved into the corridor and headed down it, trying to keep the injured man going using her body to steer him.
Mrityunjay Byanjankar
 player, 220 posts
 Naik (Corporal)
 Gurkha Rifles
Sat 24 Dec 2011
at 06:56
Re: Battle for the Granary
Frustrated, Jay continued to hold fire, waiting for the order to engage.
Dawid Waldus Piotrowski
 player, 2650 posts
 Ex-Sergeant
 Polish Artillerist
Sat 24 Dec 2011
at 07:41
Re: Battle for the Granary
In reply to Cap'n Rae (msg #183):

"Euzebiusz, full automatic fire. Everyone else, single shots!"

He continued firing bursts at the pinned targets. Euzebiusz had the SAW so he should continue supressive fire as well.


Dawid Piotrowski
PKM GPMG (90/100 + 44)
SE Corner of building, ground floor.
Firing long bursts, targets 70m away in street to ESE.

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Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 997 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Sat 24 Dec 2011
at 08:31
Re: Battle for the Granary
Mariusz nodded inwardly at the order, it was exactly what he had intended to do so it was no problem fitting it into his decision loop. He pulled the stock of his rifle firmly into the hollow of his shoulder and aimed at one of the surviving soldiers.

In the back of his mind he felt sorry for these men, caught out in the open, scared and vulnerable but in the part of his mind focused on the battle they were just one thing, targets. He waited for his sights to settle on a part of the body that he could hit and then he rolled the trigger backward.

Mariusz
Ak-74 25/30
BG-1   0/1
Aimed shot at one of the survivors

Craig Sutherland
 player, 449 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Sat 24 Dec 2011
at 08:56
Re: Battle for the Granary

Looking at the situation in front of them over his rifles sights, Craig asks Warren;

"So on three then... one, two, three."

He pulled the trigger on his grenade launcher at the same time as Warren fired his shot. He then rolled into cover.


Sniper Element
Covering Warren

AK-74/BG-15 (45/45) + 5x45 (1/1 HE) + 5x40mm HE - At shoulder
Mosin–Nagant Model 1891/30 (3/5)- 4x PE Scope - held at arms length
Browning HP (18/20) w/ silencer + 2x20 - holstered
F-1 FRAG Grenade x 7

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Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 1180 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Sat 24 Dec 2011
at 14:45
Re: Battle for the Granary
RObert continues to watch the action through his binoculars as he waits for the order to fire from Konrad.  He looks for the best target of opportunity for his 40mm HEDP round to be fired at.  "Steady!  Steady everyone!"

TUCKER
M-16A2 [31/30] / M-203 [HEDP] - {READY WEAPON} Safety 'OFF'
Browning HP-35 [13/13] SAFETY 'ON' Cocked & locked
H&K SOCOM (Suppressed) [12/12] SAFETY 'ON'
Kevlar Vest/Helmet

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Jeff D. Warren
 player, 376 posts
 American - CIA
 Special Operations Group
Sat 24 Dec 2011
at 22:21
Re: Battle for the Granary
Warren said nothing, but the aimed shot he fired at the gunner on three was all the answer Craig needed.

Jeff waited the split second necessary to see the effects of his shot before backing as far away as possible, not wanting to join the rebel corpses nearby. "We may need to find a new building." the current one was simply too exposed to allow them to engage the forces around the grainary.
Craig Sutherland
 player, 450 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Sat 24 Dec 2011
at 22:31
Re: Battle for the Granary
Jeff D. Warren:
"We may need to find a new building." the current one was simply too exposed to allow them to engage the forces around the grainary.


Once they had moved back below the exposed roof Craig replied.

"Your right, we should probably take some of these militia with us as well. They don't seem to be getting anything done."
Konrad Bayer
 player, 1573 posts
 Hauptmann
 Panzergrenadier
Mon 26 Dec 2011
at 23:49
Re: Battle for the Granary
Cap'n Rae:
Flemming looks inquiringly at Konrad. "You want me to switch back to the Baron's freq?"


Bayer buries his frustration, heaving monetarily forgotten he was working with no less than three different radio nets. "Wait." he says, first holding up one hand, then outstretching it towards the American to take the handset back from him again. "Queen's frequency..." he instructs the signaler as he consults his map.

"That armored column isn't moving yet." Bayer remarks quietly and more to himself than Flemming.

"Queen... Bayer... Fire mission." Bayer says into the handset. He will then change the last fire mission correction, feeding the tug's mortar team with new targeting data that will put their next round on the MTLB. As soon as the next data was confirmed back, Bayer says, "One round... HE... fire."

Bayer
Correcting fire mission to MTLB / firing 1x HE

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Cap'n Rae
 GM, 2439 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Tue 27 Dec 2011
at 22:05
Re: Battle for the Granary

Support Team

Having deprived the abandoned Mk-19 of its ammunition, Griet helps Arkadiusz stumble down the hall. When they arrive at the southern end of the wing, they're almost shot by a jumpy, middle-aged rebel. Fortunately, he recognizes the feminine features of Griet's face (noticed admiringly when she led her squad into the building earlier) and releases the trigger just in time. Another rebel is spraying unaimed automatic fire down a stairwell leading to the ground floor.

"Thank God you're here. There's a whole fucking squad downstairs. I think we're the only ones left."

Snipers

With the rebels drawing fire below, Craig and Warren take advantage of the lull to attempt to dispatch one of the two enemy MG teams atop the granary. Craig fires a 40mm S HE while Warren attempts a head-shot on the nearest gunner with his SVU. Warren's straight-line shot misses high and the gunner flinches as the bullet cracks by. Craig's grenade, travelling in a shallow arc, arrives a second later. It lands among the second MG team, a little further on, and explodes in their midst. Everyone of the roof instantly disappears below the low, bullet-scared retaining wall. Warren and Craig both duck down below the twin wall on their roof as the enemy troops stationed in the top floor flats begin to pelt it with automatic fire. Although not entirely successful, the sniper team has, at least for the moment, cut the enemy's firepower on the granary roof in half. (Warren -1 round, Sutherland -1 40mm S HE)

Section 1

Dawid, Mariusz, and the others continue to fire without mercy at the surviving enemy reinforcements pinned down in the street less than 70m away. As their weapons chatter away, bullets skip off the kill zone pavement in little clouds of dust, or thud into fresh corpses and petrified living flesh alike. It's a massacre. Most, if not all, of the enemy squad of 10 men are dead or wounded. There's no movement in the street. Section 1 hasn't received a single round of return fire. (Dawid -10 rounds, Mariusz -1 round, LMG -10 rounds, rebels one & two -6 rounds each)

Sections 2 & 3

...watch the show as Konrad adjusts mortar fire from the Queen on to the Baron's armor. An involuntary shout of joy escapes from someone's lips as the second 82mm HE round explodes right on top of the MTLB. The ZU-23-2 is instantly wrecked and its two-man crew is blown apart by a direct hit. At the least, the men inside are undoubtedly shaken up by the explosion as well. The vehicle is wreathed in smoke (from the exploding mortar bomb- it does not appear to be secondary).  After a couple of seconds, the MTLB starts crawling backwards, away from the area. For the moment, at least, this leaves the M113 with the Plamya AGL on its own out it front.

A person runs out of the building across the street (Griet's building) and is cut down by fire by someone on the ground floor. The inert form is dressed in civilian garb indicating that he was most likely one of the rebels.


Updated Tac-map: http://maps.google.com/maps/ms...pn=0.003772,0.013068


Next Moves?

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Griet Niewiadomska
 player, 585 posts
 Polish Navy - CPO
 Krakow ORMO
Wed 28 Dec 2011
at 11:41
Re: Battle for the Granary
Well, that was a bonus, Griet thought, not being shot by our own side is always a good start to the day. She looked at the situation and said, "OK, I'll let the others know what's happening and then we'll sort out how we get out of this shit."

She switched on her radio and said, "Queen Mobile to Sunray, am at the end of the building with three effectives and a casualty. The enemy hold our only route of egress. Will try to engage. Over."

She looked at the rebel that had talked to her and said, "Join your mate by the stairs, keep them pinned while I sort something out. Arky, watch our backs by covering the corridor we came down. If someone comes shoot them."

Griet didn't have much hope that her injured companion would hit anything but the noise would alert her. She pulled out the mangled belt of 40mm grenades and then stripped the rubber band around her helmet that she used to attach camouflage. Once she did that she wrapped up the rounds in the rubber band and selected one of the American fragmentation grenades she was carrying. Carefully she looped the rubber band to secure the body of the grenade to the cluster of HEDP rounds so that the arming spoon of the grenade was free.

She crawled up to the two rebels and said, "I'm going to arm this grenade and cook it off. Then I'll drop it down the stairwell. If we're lucky we'll get a couple of them but I'm hoping the concussion and blast will disorientate them for a few moments. As soon as it goes off you," she pointed to the younger man, "keep firing, you," she pointed to the other, "come with me down the next flight of stairs."

"We'll start firing and you and Arky come down to us," she continued to explain, "once we're there we'll see how the enemy are responding and then pull a few more surprises. OK?"

She waited for feedback before readying her bomb.

Griet
AK-74 30/30
BG-1   1/1 HE (7 left)
Preparing charge and explaining plan to be executed in the next turn

Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 998 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Wed 28 Dec 2011
at 11:46
Re: Battle for the Granary
Mariusz kept covering the soldiers they'd ambushed and said to Dawid, "Are we going to attack the Granary? If we don't do it soon we need to fall back and get ready for the Baron's relief force. Like this we risk being defeated in detail."

Mariusz
Ak-74  24/30
BG-1    0/0
Covering the men on the street
Initiating conversation with Dawid

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 1181 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Wed 28 Dec 2011
at 14:38
Re: Battle for the Granary
Cap'n Rae:
Sections 2 & 3

...watch the show as Konrad adjusts mortar fire from the Queen on to the Baron's armor. An involuntary shout of joy escapes from someone's lips as the second 82mm HE round explodes right on top of the MTLB. The ZU-23-2 is instantly wrecked and its two-man crew is blown apart by a direct hit. At the least, the men inside are undoubtedly shaken up by the explosion as well. The vehicle is wreathed in smoke (from the exploding mortar bomb- it does not appear to be secondary).  After a couple of seconds, the MTLB starts crawling backwards, away from the area. For the moment, at least, this leaves the M113 with the Plamya AGL on its own out it front.

A person runs out of the building across the street (Griet's building) and is cut down by fire by someone on the ground floor. The inert form is dressed in civilian garb indicating that he was most likely one of the rebels.

Next Moves?

"Poor bastard," Robert thinks as he watches one of the rebels cut down on the street below them.  He goes back to his binoculars and watches as the MTLB is backing out of the action, for now.  Tucker is now watching in his teams designated target area but a little beyond that to see if there is anything else going on in the area while they wait for orders to fire.  Without turning, he says to Minh, "We got anyone watching our six?"

TUCKER
M-16A2 [31/30] / M-203 [HEDP] - {READY WEAPON} Safety 'OFF'
Browning HP-35 [13/13] SAFETY 'ON' Cocked & locked
H&K SOCOM (Suppressed) [12/12] SAFETY 'ON'
Kevlar Vest/Helmet

Minh Quyen
 player, 599 posts
 Spec-4
 U.S. Army Military Police
Wed 28 Dec 2011
at 14:53
Re: Battle for the Granary
"Boom!" Mihn says victoriously as another of the Baron's vehicles is removed from play before it had a chance to make an play. As the noise of the explosion echoes down the street she lowers herself back down below the windowsill. She will then motion for the two Polish militia guys to do the same.

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker:
Without turning, he says to Minh, "We got anyone watching our six?"


"Yeah Sergeant... Captain Bayer has that Polish medic and the radio guy watching the stairway below us." Minh answers. "If I knew we would have enough time I would have mined it too. But I think we are good."
Jan Cerny
 NPC, 1203 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Wed 28 Dec 2011
at 16:25
Re: Battle for the Granary
Jan was conscious that the enemy were stalling as a result of the mortar fire but there was little he could do to add to the confusion and anything that he could do would almost certainly reveal his position.

He grimaced to himself and continued to watch the developing carnage below his position.  He considered lighting up a cigarette but decided against it.  They would be needed at some point and Jan hoped that the mortars would do a lot more damage to the vehicles before Konrad ordered them to engage.

"How many rounds are there for the mortar?" Jan asked Pawel and Artur in Polish.


Jan
Holding position and waiting for the order to engage.
F88 Steyr AUG (30/30 rounds - 7 mags & some loose rounds in total) - held
 - Underslung M203 (1/1 HEDP - 6x HE, 2x HEDP & 1x ILLUM total)
Sig Sauer P226 (15/15 rounds - 4 mags total) - holster
Frag Grenade x4

Craig Sutherland
 player, 451 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Thu 29 Dec 2011
at 02:43
Re: Battle for the Granary
As they crouched together in the relative safety of the top story, Craig suggested to Warren that they needed to force the next part of the battle.

”It looks like we need to take that Granary, the Barons trying to reinforce it and tactically it leaves a large hole in our defence against the armour. My radios dead so if you can get Dawid on the horn and I'll round up as many men from here as I can find.”

He rubbed his face as he added;

”Tell him we will meet him at his building for the run across. Does that sound O.K. To you ?”


Sniper Element
Coming up with a plan

AK-74/BG-15 (45/45) + 5x45 (1/1 HE) + 3x40mm HE - At shoulder
Mosin–Nagant Model 1891/30 (3/5)- 4x PE Scope - held at arms length
Browning HP (18/20) w/ silencer + 2x20 - holstered
F-1 FRAG Grenade x 7

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Dawid Waldus Piotrowski
 player, 2652 posts
 Ex-Sergeant
 Polish Artillerist
Thu 29 Dec 2011
at 05:40
Re: Battle for the Granary
Mariusz Tokarski:
Mariusz kept covering the soldiers they'd ambushed and said to Dawid, "Are we going to attack the Granary? If we don't do it soon we need to fall back and get ready for the Baron's relief force. Like this we risk being defeated in detail."


Dawid looked out at the granary, then over the street with its huddled dead. Gunshots still echoing from the buildings. The factors that made the occupied floors of the granary hard to shoot at from this low angle also made it hard for the defenders on the roof to stop a ground assault.

"Damn it, you are right."

Dawid called everyone around as he linked the half-used 44 round belt to the 80 round belt remaining in the PKM's ammo can. He then checked his Stechkin.

"Okay, everyone. We're moving on the granary. We go from here to the NE corner of this building, then dash across to the target. Mariusz, you take Euzebiusz and the 2 new rebels and make the first bound to the granary, Ireniusz and I will cover you, then make our bound after you complete yours. We'll cover you, you cover us. We'll make further plans when we are across and in the granary but the general plan is to make it to the roof, clear it, then clear the rest of the building from the top down."

"Let's go!"


As they moved to the NE corner, he transmitted on the team channel, "Eagle calling Sunray, we are rushing the target. Say again, assaulting target. If we make it to the roof, will mark our position with a red flare. Good luck and may God protect!" With a few tactical radio nets going it was quite possible Konrad would miss the transmission but it was better than not saying anything!

He repeated his radio message again when they were in the NE corner of the building and readying to make their rush, at that time giving Mariusz a hand-launched red signal flare (an aluminum tube with threaded screw-top) to launch when they reached the roof if he was unable to do so himself.


Dawid Piotrowski
PKM GPMG (80 + 44)
SE Corner of building, ground floor.
Moving to NE corner of building, rushing granary after Mariusz bound is complete.

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Jeff D. Warren
 player, 378 posts
 American - CIA
 Special Operations Group
Thu 29 Dec 2011
at 06:10
Re: Battle for the Granary
Jeff scowled briefly at Craig's idea. He didn't think that they'd be able to rally enough troops to take the refinery, and sacrificing the rooftop vantage may not be worth a failed assault. He unhooks his handmic to call in for a sitrep, and is just about to transmit when Dawid's call comes in. Jeff holds the mic up so Craig can hear as well.

"Looks like the Pollack beat you to it. You can run down the stairs and try and rally the rebels to go with you after them. I'm going to stay up here." He grabs his rifle and starts moving on his hands and knees to a position 15 meters or so away from the last spot he popped up to shoot. Halfway, he turns to Craig "He wants help from above, I'm going to oblige. Your call on staying or going."

Jeff continues crawling until he's satisfied he's far enough away to buy himself a second.  He waits patiently until he can figure from the gunfire that the hostiles are no longer scanning the roof. Hopefully Dawid's push, or any covering fire from Konrad's section will draw their attention. The waiting game resumes.

Jeff Warren
Displacing 15 meters from last shooting position on roof, waiting for enemy to shift focus
SVU-AS [5/10] + 6 mags

Craig Sutherland
 player, 452 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Thu 29 Dec 2011
at 07:14
Re: Battle for the Granary
Jeff D. Warren:
"Looks like the Pollack beat you to it. You can run down the stairs and try and rally the rebels to go with you after them. I'm going to stay up here." He grabs his rifle and starts moving on his hands and knees to a position 15 meters or so away from the last spot he popped up to shoot. Halfway, he turns to Craig "He wants help from above, I'm going to oblige. Your call on staying or going."


Craig thought for a second;

"Let him know I'm coming hopefully with some help and keep your head down."

With that Craig begins to try and find some support,he starts with the guys from the roof. He lets them know what is going on, where he is going to wait and for how long, then he sends them off to find others.
Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 999 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Thu 29 Dec 2011
at 09:37
Re: Battle for the Granary
Mariusz swallowed hard and switched magazines, me and my big mouth, he thought. In the back of his mind he had known that it would go down like this, Dawid needed to cover the first bound and that left him to lead the charge.

He looked at the two rebels and said, "If we don't take the Granary the Baron's relief force will come and fuck us up the ass. That would be bad, but think what will happen to your people if we lose here. Your choice is simple, back me up and we have a chance of winning, stay here and you'll eventually die like rats."

He looked up at Dawid and said, "Sweep the bastards away for me like the sword of Casmir the great."

He bunched his muscles and prepared himself fully aware that he might end up sharing the fate of the men he'd just helped mow down, "Move," he hissed and started to run across the intervening distance.

Mariusz
AK-74 31/30
BG-1   0/0
Running across the gap to the south wall of the granary

Jeff D. Warren
 player, 379 posts
 American - CIA
 Special Operations Group
Thu 29 Dec 2011
at 10:13
Re: Battle for the Granary
Cupping one hand around his mouth, Jeff calls to Craig as he leaves "Make sure they know not to shoot Dawid's team!"

After he's gone, Jeff gets on the radio "Eagle, this is Falcon. Falcon 2 is headed to your location, hopefully with rebels in tow. Check fire west. I will remain in overwatch from my position. Be advised 1, maybe 2 machine guns on roof. Falcon out."
Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 1182 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Sat 31 Dec 2011
at 17:04
Re: Battle for the Granary
Minh Quyen:
"Boom!" Mihn says victoriously as another of the Baron's vehicles is removed from play before it had a chance to make an play. As the noise of the explosion echoes down the street she lowers herself back down below the windowsill. She will then motion for the two Polish militia guys to do the same.

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker:
Without turning, he says to Minh, "We got anyone watching our six?"


"Yeah Sergeant... Captain Bayer has that Polish medic and the radio guy watching the stairway below us." Minh answers. "If I knew we would have enough time I would have mined it too. But I think we are good."

"Good!  Everyone, let's get eyes on out there to see what is going on."
Mrityunjay Byanjankar
 player, 221 posts
 Naik (Corporal)
 Gurkha Rifles
Sun 1 Jan 2012
at 01:46
Re: Battle for the Granary
Jay continued to keep his head down, watching as the carnage unfolded before them. He was keen to engage, to help his friends, but waited for orders to follow.

Mrityunjay Byanjankar
2 Section
In cover, ready to fire
AK74 + BG15 - 30/30 + 1xHE
Frag grenade x6, AT grenade x1
RPG-7D + 1xHEAT
Kukri knife
Makarov 8/8
2x 40mmS HE

This message was last edited by the player at 09:13, Sun 01 Jan 2012.