From: Montreal, Quebec
Excellent stuff Stefan, maybe this info. can help; I used to play the Micro-Armor series of table-top miniatures back in the 80's. These were 1/160 scale lead reproductions of tanks, trucks, specialist teams, etc..They were offered for either modern day or WW2 combat. The rules for Micro-Armor were found in small booklets, one of which is titled " Ultra Modern Army Lists and Organizations; Volume 1" It was created by Bruce Rea-Taylor of Oxton England. Inside you have the OOB from all major European nations, as well as the vehicles and equipments used. Volume 2 lists the same but involves the Middle-East , Africa and I believe, South America.
Anyway, hope this helps some, included is an example of the Canadian Army OOB, as pertained by the author.
CMBG ( Canad. Mech. Battle Group)
Battlegroup HQ- 1 M577 carrying 1 Command Group...388 pts
1 M577 carrying 1 Rifle Group, 1 LMG, 1 MAW
1 M577 carrying 1 AOP Command Group ( arty spotter)
May add up to 2 Leopards C1.........................................420 pts/ea
Up to 3 Tank Company HQ- 1 Leopard C1
Up to 4 Infantry Company HQ- 2 M113 each carrying 1 Command Group
2 M113 each caqrrying 1 Rifle Group, 1 LMG, 1 MAW
Up to 12 Tank Platoons- 4 Leopard C1
etc....it goes on to further define the organisation by stating various exceptions or additions based on original group size, artillery composition and structure, etc...
The East German platoon oob is ready for nearly 100 %. I start to create the other EG oob files next week.
My target is a Cold War Europe Project, including beside the both german armies the british, the french, the russians, the US, the Warsaw Pact (maybe beside the EG´s the polish forces!) and the NATO (Canada, Netherlands ... if i find enough oob stuff ).
"Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum" - Publius Renatus, 390 A.D.