From: BC, Canada
For this third scenario, I'm going with a concept that I've always wanted to try: A scenario that starts in the middle of a battle that is already being fought.
The Battle of Bremen is turning into an Urban Hell as 12th Guards Tank Division, supported by 47th GTD, tries to finish off the US 3rd Bgde, 2nd Armor Div.
NATO is responding with a counter-attack: The West German 11th Panzergrenadier Division is moving towards the south to attempt an outflanking of the Soviet forces, where they'll strike into rear echelons, destroying logistical support along the way and hopefully cutting off Soviet fighters in Bremen from reinforcements.
However, first they must break through an intact bridge. The East Germans are all that stand in the way: While 9. Panzerdivision is still out, the elite FJB-40 has landed a full day before in Verden. Their original mission was to destroy NATO nuclear delivery means in the area, but now their only objective is holding down the bridges here until 5. Armee can relieve them.
Now, I would like to throw the entire 11th PzG Division against you, but it seems there's going to be a lack of full-scale divisional battles here: The only divisions standing in the way, 11th PzGD and the US 5th Infantry are each missing a brigade! The US' 256th Mech Brigade is still in the USA, and the West German's 33rd Panzer Brigade is trapped in what I refer to as the "Celle Pocket".
Unfortunately, it appears I can't "delay" core campaign units, but I can compensate for that. I still need to completely re-do my east German database and ORBAT, as I've discovered a much more accurate set than the Fire and Fury TOE. I'm also going to turn their training down to NATO levels, as their high performance is somewhat exaggerated in my mind.