Colonel White wrote:Suppresive fire IMO from artillery I feel is far more damaging the direct fire . I appreciate that it does take up a lot of actions but it is far more effective at stopping a wave of tanks in its tracks as it did in our game. For me this was the game winner as it is only after the movment phase that units may be unsupressed which costs ( in this case us) more morale chips . They were of course subject to futher barrages next turn surpressing them again. The only way to counteract this is to try and find the observers ( easily said than done if on foot) . IN our game the observers were in the church which we tried our damned hardest to take out with our own aartillery but only succeeded in destroyibg the surrounding area . Quite a few infantry units and M10s got destroyed from our misplaced shots!
My Wirbelwind before it was knocked out must have destroyed 3 allied aircraft and my QuadAA SDKFZ7/1 halftrack must have destroyed al least another 2.
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