From: Jackson, MS
I will say in early test, the Dragoon chews up BTR's, even the BTR-82A, and BMP's. When tanks show up the party is over. The challenge in that part of the world is the limited engagement ranges. When a T-72BM3 suddenly appears a 1,000 meters from a Dragoon the Dragoon is toast. I also am operating under the assumption that troop densities are much less than our classic 1980's Central Front engagement. Finally I probably need to go find the current US Army Scouts/Cavalry Operations manual and at least catch the high points in employing Strykers in the cavalry role. All in all, good stuff.
The Russian's did walk in to one of my kill zones, and before my M1134 SP-ATGM started exploding, I wrecked quite a few vehicles. The Dragoons,located to the southwest of this shot, also contributed to the carnage.
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