I liked the briefing and terrain selection. Made a quite interesting fight.
1. I think that for battalion-sized forces it's better to use platoons instead of companies since one can command two levels down.
One can for example use a platoon for a reserve. I noticed that around the end of the scenario I'd usually start a counter-attack from the right flank as enemy is in the woods in the centre.
2. There's no HQ and support weapons are somewhat sparse for a battalion. Did they get destroyed earlier or is it because of a point limit? If it's the latter, it's best to adjust forces after creating the scenario in scenario editor or set unit type proportions when making a new scenario - they are pretty much irrelevant with manual buying.
HQs in Armored Brigade are company HQs.
3. You can set unit names by editing the scenario.xml file. For example:
<string name="forceAFormation5" value="123,A Infantry HQ,21,29,LINE,1,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
<string name="forceAFormation6" value="128,A1 Infantry Platoon,31,23,LINE,0,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
<string name="forceAFormation7" value="128,A2 Infantry Platoon,31,30,LINE,0,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
<string name="forceAFormation8" value="128,A3 Infantry Platoon,28,28,LINE,0,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
<string name="forceAFormation9" value="123,B Infantry HQ,18,25,LINE,1,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
<string name="forceAFormation10" value="128,B1 Infantry Platoon,31,44,LINE,1,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
<string name="forceAFormation11" value="128,B2 Infantry Platoon,28,51,LINE,1,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
<string name="forceAFormation12" value="128,B3 Infantry Platoon,30,57,LINE,1,90,FALSE,FALSE" />
People shouldn't ask themselves why schools get shoot up.
They should ask themselves why people who finish schools burned out due to mobbing aren't receiving high enough compensations to not seek vengeance.