Started 6-15-2020 JohnB commanding China/N.Korea, RB commanding MarDiv/Army
Chosin 50 AAR from the UN coalition side. This AAR was written in parallel to JohnB’s AAR. As the game was played, I documented the UN coalition (MarDiv, US Army and ROK) moves and battle plans prior to opening JB’s next turn. After reading JB’s AAR you can enjoy the same battle from the opposing side’s perspective.
Suggest the scenario be played with “No Borders” option on. Think that eliminating boarders and supply trains injects the scenario with an added level of “Fog of War” as it happened in the Chosin.
T1 – China/N.Korea
Enemy forces descend on the coalition from the East, West and North with the intention of enveloping and then eliminating all opposition. From the West (9 o’clock position) two columns head for the 1st MarDiv divisional HQ and supply train. To the Northwest battalions engage marines with little effect. In the Northeast Chinese cut behind army lines and isolate most of Task Force McLean. In the East, a second column is moving toward the MarDiv center, evidently intent on meeting up with the column from the West. In the Southeast, an enemy force engages ROK army units in what appears to be a skirmish. At this time uncertain as to the size of the China/N.Korea force.
Toward the Southern map edge two additional columns are forming a pincer movement. Their object appears to be joining and cutting all coalition forces from their coastal supply depot.
Comprehensive Wishlist Forum #467 . . . The Norm (blessed be His name, genuflect three times and accept all values in the program as revealed truth)
Pre Combat Air Strikes # 64 . . . I need have no concern about keeping it civil