I am 100% for this. I regard the old Gold Box games (Pools of Radiance, Buck Rodgers in the 25th Century - a little know, yet awesome future one, Unlimited Adventures - an awesome construction kit) as being some of the ultimate in small squad tactical wargaming. Sure, these are RPGs, but you had to manage your supplies (ammo, wand cahrges, scrolls, potions), outmanuever (flank, backstab), and deploy artillery and medical aid (wizards and priests with their spells). It is stunning how DnD actually translates well to modern warfare terms - Fighters are your frontline grunts, rangers are your snipers, rogues are your special ops, wizards are your long range artillery (they break morale, control crowds, and inflict splash damages), priests are your medical, logistics, and morale officers.
So, lets gets some tactical RPG love. I have constanly been harping on the need to move away from WWII...
Besides, most of us here are old enough to remember when Ultima was a squad, turned based game, when RPG meant heavy stats, turned based combat, and drawing your own grid-based map, and when FPS ONLY MEANT frames-per-second.
"Neca eos omnes. Deus suos agnoscet!"
(Kill them all. God will know his own.)
-- Arnaud-Armaury, the Albigensian Crusade