Ch. 19: Dobiegniewo to Wloclawek.   Posted by Cap'n Rae.Group: 0
Minh Quyen
 player, 696 posts
 Spec-4
 U.S. Army Military Police
Thu 4 Jul 2013
at 20:49
Re: The Battle of Torun
Mariusz Tokarski:
"Mihn," he said, "can you get the rest of the ammo ready please?"


"Yeah..." Quyen answers before slinking over to where the ammo is kept and doing her best to stay low. She then picks up another set of HE and returns with it. "I think it is supposed to be used sparingly." she says cautiously as she places it next to the mortar.

Quyen then keeps out of the way of the mortar action and turns her focus to firing on targets to the front of the tug. She will fire slow single shots at the nearest target spotted.
Cap'n Rae
 GM, 2909 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 16:38
Re: The Battle of Torun

Despite an increasing amount of incoming from the bridge span, Craig stays focused on the now-smoking pilot boat, chasing it with another ten rounds of 12.7mm. The two tracers in the long burst disappear into the cloud of dark smoke streaming out of the small boat's stern, so it's hard to tell if any of the rounds struck home. Still, the pilot boat looks more or less finished as a threat. As Craig turns his attention to the bridge, another round PANGs off of his gun shield. With his continued his focus on the pilot boat, the Ivans on the bridge have regained some of their boldness and have resumed a brisk fire on the tug. LaRue, relieved that the bullet that struck his leg failed to penetrate, finds another head and shoulders in the magnified sight picture of the 's scope and squeezes the trigger. The target remains in sight and the Soviet rifleman answers with the sporadic blink of his own muzzle flash, indicating another miss by the pararescueman. Incoming rounds thud into the sandbags covering the catwalk railing or smash noisily against the superstructure above and behind it but both Kommandos' luck continues to hold. Craig and LaRue, ignoring the escalating incoming, each line up another shot. (-10 rounds 12.7mm; LaRue -1 round)

On the starboard side of the catwalk, from behind the gun shield of his Dishka HMG, Thijs searches for a target on shore. His patience is rewarded when he spots a small group of 4-6 men running west from the boat house. One of them appears to be carrying a loaded RPG. He leads them a little and depresses the triggers, sending a stream of heavy rounds downrange. The bullets tear into the small group, instantly making it significantly smaller. Sprayed with gore, the survivors go to ground immediately and drop out of sight. (-5 rounds 12.7mm)

Below and a few meters aft of Craig and LaRue, Jay resumes his cautious advance towards the main deck just behind of the quarterdeck. Rifle up, he quickly turns the corner and sees two boarders crouching against the quarterdeck wall, one facing away, the other beginning the act of looking right at him...

Meanwhile, directly across the Krolowa, also on the main deck, Tucker and Jan resume their own advance aft. Tucker rounds the corner of the quarterdeck, Browning HP raised, and comes muzzle to muzzle with another boarder; as both men squeeze their triggers at point blank range, the world suddenly stops spinning...

The Krolowa's reached the end of its tether. The 50m towing cable stretched completely taught, the tug's forward momentum is abruptly stopped. Everyone on board except for Mariusz and Minh, both braced against the Vasilek, lose their footing. On board the bridge, Griet is slammed forward into the wheel, her small breasts painfully absorbing most of the impact. Connolly, maintaining her vigil at the aft hatch vision port, is thrown backwards, crashing into Konrad, and they both fall hard to the hard bridge deck.

Tucker, Jan, and Jay are all thrown backwards (actually forwards) towards the bow. This immediately takes them out of the line of sight of the two boarders hiding behind the quarterdeck. The boarders are presumably also thrown off balance, but both of them were braced against the quarterdeck wall, so there's no telling what further effects the jolt/impact has had on them. Tucker's pistol round and the Ivan's Kalashnikov response both fly wild as the respective shooters completely lose their balance. One second, they're face to face in an involuntary death pact, the next, they're not. The metal walls of the elevated quarterdeck once again separate both parties. (Tucker -1 round)

In the tug's bows, Mariusz, Minh, and the suddenly revived Anders are preparing to engage the Soviet riflemen on the highway bridge with a round of 82mm HE. Mariusz has already done the heavy lifting, leaving only a few minor adjustments to the Finnish gun commander. As they're about to take their shot, there's an unexpected jolt. Mariusz and Minh manage to keep their balance, but Anders is thrown forward, away from the gun sight. Even though the tug has stopped it's forward momentum, just by eyeballing it, it looks like the automortar is still lined up on the highway bridge.

Craig is holding on to the twin handles of the port Dishka when the tug jerks to a halt. He still loses his footing, swinging the gun nearly due aft and inadvertently loosing another burst into the sky over the east/north bank. LaRue, already on one knee, falls to his right, nearly sliding across the wet deck into the sandbagged forward railing. He manages to keep hold of the sniper rifle, though. (-5 rounds 12.7mm)

The Krolowa is now engaged in a tug-o'-war with the moored monitor. The tug's engines change in pitch as they start to strain against the increased burden. The monitor still screens the Krolowa from fire from the pier/boat house. Small arms fire continues to rain down from the highway bridge, however, pelting the tug's port side. The pilot boat no longer appears to be a threat. The tug is still too far from the western/southern shore to be in much danger from small arms fire originating from there.


Next Moves?

This message was last edited by the GM at 19:15, Sat 06 July 2013.

Dominique 'Boots' Connolly
 Secondary PC, 80 posts
 Major
 USAF MH-53 Pilot
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 17:40
Re: The Battle of Torun
Connolly rolls off of Konrad and retrieves her AIMS-74, silently thankful she didn't have her finger inside the trigger guard when the tug hit the end of the cable.  "Fuck ass," she hisses, all traces of banter discarded.  She regains her feet, gives the rifle a cursory check, and returns it to the firing port.  "With our luck," she comments absently, "their shitty rope will tear loose first and we'll wind up stealing their damn boat again anyway."

Boots @ bridge, aft viewport
AIMS-74 [21/30 + 4 magazines] - ready, on BURST
M11 [13/13 + 2 magazines] - holstered, loaded but decocked

burst fire on any visible targets

This message was last edited by the player at 17:53, Sat 06 July 2013.

Griet Niewiadomska
 player, 814 posts
 Polish Navy - CPO
 Krakow ORMO
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 17:48
Re: The Battle of Torun
Griet steadied herself and cursed, "Our cables have a breaking point of thirty six thousand tonnes. Our biggest danger is burning out our engines, once we do that you're all walking to the Baltic and I'm homeless."

Again, she though darkly.

"Engines," she said, "ease back from the red line, don't blow our boilers or pressure gauges."

If the enemy were using ropes rather than cables towed out by lighter lines they would have a breaking point of about five hundred tonnes. Together, the Queen and the Monitor weighed less than that and she doubted that the engines could give them enough power to snap the lighter tethers. Their only real hope was that the defenders of Torun didn't have anything solid to tether their ropes to. The bank was unlikely to have decent bollards this far away from the dock but one never knew what was there or what preparations the locals had made.
Daniel Larue
 player, 351 posts
 Technical Sergeant
 USAF Pararescueman
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 17:53
Re: The Battle of Torun
The jolt hits just as Danny slams the Sako's bolt closed on a fresh round.  His first thought is that the tug has taken a hit from an anti-tank weapon, even as he reflexively tucks around the rifle and rolls toward the bow.  The maneuver turns into an inadvertent slide across the ice-slicked deck and he fetches up against the sandbags at the forward port corner of the upper deck.

The change in the deck's vibration and the tug's engine tone brings a belated awareness of what just happened.  Danny pokes his head over the edge of the sandbags and is raising the rifle when he catches sight of the automortar's orientation.  Grinning through bloodied lips, he settles the Sako on the sandbags and waits for the 82mm round to flush the Russians on the bridge out from cover.

Danny @ upper deck, forward port corner
Sako TRG-21 [7/10] - ready, on FIRE
Winona [28/30 + 5 magazines] - slung, on SAFE
CZ 75 [15/15 + 2 magazines] - holstered, cocked and locked
AN-M8 HC smoke grenade x2 - on vest
AN-M18 red smoke grenade x1 - on vest

holding until the Vasilek fires, then engaging movement or muzzle flashes on the bridge

Dominique 'Boots' Connolly
 Secondary PC, 81 posts
 Major
 USAF MH-53 Pilot
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 17:57
Re: The Battle of Torun
"Shit.  Not so much, then," Connolly responds.  She tosses her head toward the bridge's ceiling and the unmanned AGS-17 position before returning to what passes for a cheek weld on the AIMS-74's wire stock.  "Does the Plamya have enough elevation to hit the bollards?"

This message was last edited by the player at 17:58, Sat 06 July 2013.

Thijs van Lincklaen
 player, 147 posts
 Sergeant-Majoor
 Dutch Marine Commando
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 18:29
Re: The Battle of Torun
"Verrek!" Thijs exclaimed as the Krolowa jerked to a halt.  With his hands holding tightly to the Degtyrev-Shpagin's handles, Thijs' feet slipped out from underneath him and he was driven to his knees.  Quickly, his right hand snaked out to snag his automatic rifle as it started to slide away.  He hauled the weapon back to its former position even with the DShK's mount, then clambered to his feet.  Once again behind the HMG, he scanned the shore for more targets.

Thijs
Starboard DShK [139/200]
C7A1 LSW [85/90 +(6x30)] on deck, on bipod, SAFE
Returning to feet, scanning for targets

Anders Mattson
 player, 88 posts
 Kapteeniluutnantti (res.)
 Finnish Navy
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 19:23
Re: The Battle of Torun
"Voi vittu perkele", the Finn cursed in a tongue that sounded part gibberish, part Hungarian - at least by pronounciation. But whatever the language was, it really conveyed the message of frustration and annoyance. Quickly clambering to his feet, the naval officer pressed his eye against the rubber gasket on the sight, peering at the bridge through the crosshair. He was going to give the enemy a warm farewell present.

Manning the Vasilek (gunner)
HE loaded
Aim for an action (fire on next available action)

Craig Sutherland
 player, 659 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Sat 6 Jul 2013
at 22:16
Re: The Battle of Torun

Craig blindly held on as the deck disappeared under him. He went down to one knee but still held on, scrambling back to his feet. Trying to keep the gun shield between himself and the bridge he quickly reorientated the large machine gun and began firing bursts onto the bridge.

He tried to lessen the amount of incoming fire so did a sweep of the bridge first and then concentrated on the die hard shooters who continued to fire.

Firing on bridge
Port side of tug

Port DShK [165/200]
Mrityunjay Byanjankar
 player, 587 posts
 Naik (Corporal)
 Gurkha Rifles
Sun 7 Jul 2013
at 07:14
Re: The Battle of Torun
Jay was about to pull the trigger when the violent jolt threw him to the floor. After bouncing across the deck he quickly righted himself and looked around, trying to spot the boarders. He got back into a crouch and held his rifle ready, keeping still for a few seconds before moving towards where he had seen the boarders.

If he spies the targets again he will fire a series of controlled bursts until they are down. Any problems and he will dive for cover.

OOC - can he see Tuck or Jan yet?

Jay Byanjankar
Getting back into crouch position,then looking for targets
AK74 + GL 22/30 & 1xHE

Robert 'Tuck' Tucker
 player, 1561 posts
 Platoon Sergeant
 10th Mountain Division
Sun 7 Jul 2013
at 14:39
Re: The Battle of Torun
Cap'n Rae:
Meanwhile, directly across the Krolowa, also on the main deck, Tucker and Jan resume their own advance aft. Tucker rounds the corner of the quarterdeck, Browning HP raised, and comes muzzle to muzzle with another boarder; as both men squeeze their triggers at point blank range, the world suddenly stops spinning...

The Krolowa's reached the end of its tether. The 50m towing cable stretched completely taught, the tug's forward momentum is abruptly stopped. Everyone on board except for Mariusz and Minh, both braced against the Vasilek, lose their footing. On board the bridge, Griet is slammed forward into the wheel, her small breasts painfully absorbing most of the impact. Connolly, maintaining her vigil at the aft hatch vision port, is thrown backwards, crashing into Konrad, and they both fall hard to the hard bridge deck.

Tucker, Jan, and Jay are all thrown backwards (actually forwards) towards the bow. This immediately takes them out of the line of sight of the two boarders hiding behind the quarterdeck. The boarders are presumably also thrown off balance, but both of them were braced against the quarterdeck wall, so there's no telling what further effects the jolt/impact has had on them. Tucker's pistol round and the Ivan's Kalashnikov response both fly wild as the respective shooters completely lose their balance. One second, they're face to face in an involuntary death pact, the next, they're not. The metal walls of the elevated quarterdeck once again separate both parties. (Tucker -1 round)

Next Moves?

The sights of Roberts Browning HP centered on the Ivan that popped out in front of him and then his trigger squeeze was just a bit slow as his body is jerked backwards away from the boarder.  He was able to retain possession of his pistol and bit hard and drew in on his quickly burning cigar to make sure it was still lit and then turned to Jan (Jay?), "I got to get to that charge on the fuckin' cable.  Can you still cover me?"  Either way, Tucker waits for a reply and then moves out to set the charge off so that it gets them out of here, engaging threats on the way with his pistol.

TUCKER
- Browning HP [9/13] Holstered (MAIN/Primary) [1] MAG 9/13 in pocket
- M16A2 / M-203: [30/30] / M-203 HE Loaded (Currently with Jan, if he took it)-
   SAFE - SLUNG}
- H&K MK23 SOCOM (Suppressed) [12+1/12 + [(x2) 12/12 Mag pouch]] -
   Holstered

Getting up and moving off to try and set off the charge on the cable & engaging any threats with his Browning HP.

This message was last edited by the player at 21:35, Fri 12 July 2013.

Jan Cerny
 player, 1642 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Mon 8 Jul 2013
at 21:52
Re: The Battle of Torun
"Aaagghh!  Putain de merde!" exclaimed Jan as pain shot up his left arm.  He had crashed to the deck suddenly as the boat had lurched violently and had banged his already wounded arm painfully.  The pain was excruciating but Jan had enough scars to prove that he was someone who could take a bit of pain.

He scrabbled round for his rifle, luckily finding it close by, conscious that he couldn't just stop and get medical attention for his wound.  He realised that Tuck was calling to him, still needing backup, and that it was down to him to provide it.  He couldn't support his rifle properly at present though so he slung it over his shoulder and drew his pistol instead, cocking it as he did so.

He gulped down a deep breath of air as he tried to control the pain and turned to his fellow unit NCO.  "Ok Tuck.  I can back you up again."

Jan then pointed his pistol in the direction of where he'd last seen an enemy soldier, ready to fire a double tap at any target he spotted.  As Tuck started to move forward Jan went with him.


Jan
Ducking back into cover from the grenade and then pushing forward again once it has gone off, firing up to 4 single quick shots at any target he spots
AK-74 (34/40rnds - 1x 40rnd & 10x 30rnd mags in total) - slung and jammed
BG-15 (0/1 HE Grenade - 18x HE Grenades in total) - underslung
Sig Sauer P226 - (15/15 rnds - 4x 15rnd mags in total) - held
Frag Grenade x2
Smoke Grenade (Coloured) x1
Hunting Knife

Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 1169 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Tue 9 Jul 2013
at 16:53
Re: The Battle of Torun
Mariusz kept his head down hoping that the Finn was a good shot.
Konrad Bayer
 player, 1879 posts
 Hauptmann
 Panzergrenadier
Tue 9 Jul 2013
at 17:46
Re: The Battle of Torun
Bayer gets back up and collects his rifle before turning to the others in the wheelhouse "Tucker will get it. Tucker will get it" he assures them loudly, trying to sound confident but hoping to hear the blast of the charge follow his words. Gott verdammt Robert... wo bist du?

Bayer is then about to toggle his radio again, but stops himself before pressing down on the button. Instead he ducks out through the doorway and slides down the ladder to the main deck. Seeing the three at the mortar, he shouts over to them, "Let's go! One round HE on that bridge."

This message was last edited by the player at 17:47, Tue 09 July 2013.

Minh Quyen
 player, 697 posts
 Spec-4
 U.S. Army Military Police
Tue 9 Jul 2013
at 21:17
Re: The Battle of Torun
Quyen will aim at the enemy on the bridge and make another attempt to fire at them. She will use single shots and try to hit the easiest target first. She was no longer needed on the mortar but at the moment it seemed like the safest place to be. If the mortar hits the bridge she will use the anticated lull in enemy shooting to move to another located further back.

Quyen
AK74 (30/30)
Firing single shots at bridge enemy
Mortar position

Cap'n Rae
 GM, 2913 posts
 Long-time T2K Fan
 First-time GM
Tue 9 Jul 2013
at 22:08
Re: The Battle of Torun

With Minh starting to provide cover fire (a single shot that may or may not have hit her target), the Vasilek crew lays on the finishing touches and Anders kicks the auto-mortar's foot pedal trigger. The muzzle flash and retort are followed a second or so later by a puff of black smoke at the aimpoint and a loud BOOM about a second after that. Bits of railing and asphalt rain down upon the Vistula, kicking up splashes wherever they land. The 82mm HE round likely didn't create any structural damage to the relatively massive target, but it most likely either killed or seriously wounded the 2-3 men who'd been in the vicinity of the impact site, and the explosion instantly halts all incoming fire coming from the bridge. Minh takes the opportunity to move away from the mortar and towards a new position. (-1 82mm HE; Minh -1 round))

Craig immediately follows up the Vasilek's success with a long burst from the port Dishka HMG, raking the span with gusto while LaRue sets up a third shot with the borrowed SAKO. This one's a lot tougher- a man running full tilt towards the east bank- but Danny's blood is up and he takes it anyway. Against the odds, this shot seems to find its mark, and the runner goes limp and drops out of sight behind the bridge railing. (-10 rounds 12.7mm; Danny -1 round)

On the Krolowa's bridge, looking out the vision port in the aft hatch, Connolly spots the jack-in-the-box pop up from behind the armored lip of the monitor's conning box again and she squeezes off another burst at him. This time, she notes a spray of blood erupt from the man's upper left shoulder before he drops/ducks out of sight, hopefully for the last time. (Connolly -5 rounds)

Thijs scans the near riverbank for more targets, but his last burst seems to have dissuaded the rest of the shorebound Ivans from sticking their heads up.

Down on the main deck starboard, Tucker and Jan resume their advance on the deadly corner where the elevated quarterdeck ends. Unbeknownst to them, Jay is doing likewise over on the port side. Just as Tucker's about to leap out past the cover of the quarterdeck, he hears frantic shouting (in Russian) coming from just around the corner.

"мы сдаемся! мы сдаемся!" (my sdayemsya)

Jay hears the same thing from the opposite side of the quarterdeck.


Next Moves?

This message was last edited by the GM at 01:08, Wed 10 July 2013.

Mrityunjay Byanjankar
 player, 589 posts
 Naik (Corporal)
 Gurkha Rifles
Wed 10 Jul 2013
at 09:04
Re: The Battle of Torun
Cap'n Rae:
"мы сдаемся! мы сдаемся!" (my sdayemsya)

Jay hears the same thing from the opposite side of the quarterdeck.

Jay had no idea what was being shouted. In the limited time he had spent with the 10th he hadn't even learned yes and no, so what this person was saying was lost to him. It could be "I surrender," it could be "kill them all!" Either way he wasn't taking any chances.

He moved quickly but quietly towards the sound of the noise with his rifle held ready. Closing in he kept his finger on the trigger, and as soon as he sees the Russians he will fire a series of short bursts at the targets, then dive for cover if necessary. He will offer no quarter, planning a quick kill.

Jay Byanjankar
Port side, closing on the voices, firing short burst to kill.
AK74 + GL 22/30 & 1xHE

Jan Cerny
 player, 1646 posts
 Czech/French
 FFL
Wed 10 Jul 2013
at 16:19
Re: The Battle of Torun
When one of the men yelled something in Russian Jan replied in Polish, yelling loudly himself. "Jeśli nie chce już walczyć, a następnie upuść broń i skakać za burtę łodzi!"*

He then spoke more quietly to Tuck.  "I tell them to drop their weapons and jump over the side of the boat if they have had enough.  We keep pushing forward though."

Jan continued backing Tuck up however, ready to fire his pistol at any target he spotted.  He also wasn't taking any chances and intended to fire on anyone who wasn't obviously unarmed and running away, firing double taps with his pistol.


Jan
Yelling at the Russians on the bow in Polish, telling them to flee, and continuing to back Tuck up.
AK-74 (34/40rnds - 1x 40rnd & 10x 30rnd mags in total) - slung and jammed
BG-15 (0/1 HE Grenade - 18x HE Grenades in total) - underslung
Sig Sauer P226 - (15/15 rnds - 4x 15rnd mags in total) - held
Frag Grenade x2
Smoke Grenade (Coloured) x1
Hunting Knife

*If you do not wish to fight anymore then drop your weapons and jump over the side of the boat.

Mariusz Tokarski
 player, 1170 posts
 Polish
 Teenaged Partisan
Wed 10 Jul 2013
at 17:00
Re: The Battle of Torun
Mariusz raised his rifle and scanned the bridge. If anyone popped up to fire at the mortar he would try and keep their head down with short bursts.

Mariusz
AK-74 30/30
BG-1   0/0
Overwatch on bridge

Craig Sutherland
 player, 660 posts
 Lieutenant
 42 Commando Royal Marines
Wed 10 Jul 2013
at 20:25
Re: The Battle of Torun

Once at one end of his strafing run Craig returned firing along the bridge again. If any incoming fire could be pinpointed by Craig he concentrated on that area.

He wondered when the charge would blow, if not soon they would be in trouble. He had visions of a recoilless rifle being sighted on his position or some other heavy ordnance.

Firing on bridge
Port side of tug

Port DShK [155/200]
Thijs van Lincklaen
 player, 148 posts
 Sergeant-Majoor
 Dutch Marine Commando
Wed 10 Jul 2013
at 22:36
Re: The Battle of Torun
With no target presenting itself, Thijs scanned around once again, paying particular attention behind him (toward the bow of the Krolowa), to make sure there are no unpleasant surprises waiting on the opposite bank.
Dominique 'Boots' Connolly
 Secondary PC, 84 posts
 Major
 USAF MH-53 Pilot
Thu 11 Jul 2013
at 22:40
Re: The Battle of Torun
"Yes, sir, reassured, sir!" Connolly yells to Bayer's departing back.  "Was he trying to make sure the widdle girls don't get scared?" she rhetorically asks Griet, then returns her attention to the firing port...

... in time to see her current nemesis pop out of cover again.  She hurriedly brings the sights on target and presses the trigger.  Recoil from unexpected full-auto twists the AIMS-74 in her hands.  "Defective-ass piece of Bulgarian shit!" she snarls, forcing the apparently loose selector back from auto to burst again.  Then she mentally replays the sight picture and reconsiders her judgement.  "Sorry, baby," she croons to the rifle, "good Bulgarian thingie.  Just keep doing that."

She scans for additional targets for a moment, then risks splitting her attention to grab the radio handset.  "Psychological warfare," she explains to Griet's inquiring glance, then keys the microphone, clears her throat, and switches to Russian.  "Vistula Queen calling the officer who just lost Captain Grinkov's services," she growls, "how many more of your men do you want us to kill today?  Cease fire immediately or we'll start with the dozen we're still holding prisoner."

Boots @ bridge, aft viewport
AIMS-74 [16/30 + 4 magazines] - ready, on BURST, dammit, BURST!
M11 [13/13 + 2 magazines] - holstered, loaded but decocked

"negotiating;" wildly inaccurate suppressive fire on visible targets

Daniel Larue
 player, 355 posts
 Technical Sergeant
 USAF Pararescueman
Thu 11 Jul 2013
at 22:48
Re: The Battle of Torun
Danny settles his sights on the bridge and waits for the Vasilek... and waits... and waits... "Anders, either finish your foreplay and fuck that thing, or take the goddamn--"

BOOM!

"--shot!" he finishes.  "Thaaaaank you!  And fuck you, Ivan," he adds as the explosion sends one of the men on the bridge scampering for the shore and his fourth attempt finally finds the range.  As he cranks another round into the Sako's chamber, he catches sight of Konrad.  "Hauptmann, you got any business for me yet?"

Danny @ upper deck, forward port corner
Sako TRG-21 [6/10] - ready, on FIRE
Winona [28/30 + 5 magazines] - slung, on SAFE
CZ 75 [15/15 + 2 magazines] - holstered, cocked and locked
AN-M8 HC smoke grenade x2 - on vest
AN-M18 red smoke grenade x1 - on vest

overwatch on the bridge unless otherwise directed by Bayer

Griet Niewiadomska
 player, 815 posts
 Polish Navy - CPO
 Krakow ORMO
Fri 12 Jul 2013
at 10:09
Re: The Battle of Torun
"Doesn't matter what anyone thinks," Griet said, "if we don't get free we're all screwed."
Dominique 'Boots' Connolly
 Secondary PC, 85 posts
 Major
 USAF MH-53 Pilot
Fri 12 Jul 2013
at 10:40
Re: The Battle of Torun
In reply to Griet Niewiadomska (msg # 752):

"Yeah.  I'm just hoping to jack with their OODA loop so they don't give up on capture and start calling mortars on us."