Okay, I'll accept that the unit was there.
What confused me is that you spoke about something having gone wrong here, and I assumed you'd gotten less out of this than you otherwise would have. But there is no way to move that last panzer even one hex further. I know it's not a real pocket. I just couldn't figure out what had gone wrong when this looks like a perfect outcome.
Perhaps you had to bring in an extra panzer unit.
Since you are reading this and are obviously very skilled, I would like to ask you about the difference between 14th and 11th Panzer.
If I run the 14th down there, I can't attack anything on the way. If I break it into regiments and attack the SEC at 60,85 with one of them, the morale of that brigade raises to 87. When I combine them next turn, morale is back down to 85 and for some reason the unit pays 3 MP to enter enemy clear territory.
This doesn't happen if I can attack something on the way, so I've been taking 11th Panzer to Romania. But in that case I can't occupy the the hex that the motorized unit that is the subject of this thread is on, because 14th is one MP short.
Is there a way to keep 14th Panzer from going bad next turn if you take it to Romania?
Para 1: Great :)
Para 2: Nothing went wrong, per se, with my attacks. If I had gotten less holds I could have done a few things different that could have net even more real estate. But WITE being such as it is almost any combat can have a hold unless you have extreme odds. As such I received a few holds which caused me to change avenues just a bit and force me to accept less than optimum.
Para 3: Na, things would have to be done differently & I won't get into that ;-)
Para 4: When you combine back together the regiments then the experience is a net result of all three averaged
Para 5: Are you breaking the PZ division down into Regiments in the last hex. Then with just one of the Regiments attack the Security unit? Then the other two units can move to the other hexes. That is how you do that one :-)
Para 6: I don't understand this question.
Space we can recover; time never