From: Iowan in MD/DC
P.S. to Newer Readers: I think Alfred (and a few other experienced players) are able to use some basic information to arrive at educated estimates of Assault Value. In this case, Alfred used the number of men, guns and AFVs to arrive at his estimate of 1100 (or so) AV. If I'm incorrect, he'll correct me shortly, I hope.
For a number of years I have pointed out the rough rule of thumb to determine AV is to divide the number of enemy troops displayed by 30. Post #13757 shows 34440 enemy troops, hence the approximation of 1140 AV. If there is a huge number of AFVs present (relative to the displayed troop number - not applicable here as only 92 AFVs displayed and that includes vehicles) the AV can be adjusted upwards by including between 50-100% of the AFV number.
Can we play "guess the number of gumballs"?!
The previous post, 13750, shows 23 units and 25900 troops, 231 guns, and 68 AFVs. The addition of 9k troops, 140 guns, and 24 AFVs tells me it's probably one of those paper-thin divisions for that 24th unit.
I'm going to go with roughly 1025 AV. Maybe I'm low, but we'll see... I'm betting on a substantial number of those troops being Support devices. It really looks like an understrength division, maybe two (or a few "Mixed Brigades"), plus aviation/support units.