Note (Internal Game Clock)
The PBM Turn 10 file provided by Great Blue (Curt) was correctly labeled by the game engine as Turn 10. However, the in-game turn label is “Turn 9 May 27th, 1950”, same as the Turn 9 in-game label. We will continue the game to see what impact, if any, this anomalous labeling has on the game.
T10 Great Blue (May 27th, 1950)
Great Blue opens the turn with a series of bridge attacks. One is successful and two fail. Big Red engineers seem to be in a constant state of bridge repair.
In the north along the Yellow Steppes/White Sector line Great Blue seems to be content with entrenching. No offensive action is detected.
On the Brown County front Great Blue apparently has brought in fresh reserves for conducting an aggressive counterattack. Big Red units are pushed back with greater losses than Great Blue. Two armored units broken into regiments with one of the regiments eliminated. The line holds and some units in Great Blue’s stop line appear to be completely exhausted.
Another brutal counterattack is launched in the south. Great Blue opens an escape route for its encircled armored unit and is also able to envelope one of Big Red’s armored divisions. Casualties are heavy and some units are disorganized. Big Red’s armored division is in jeopardy of being entirely destroyed.
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