likes for the sniper part
All the French stuff you said, can see the argument for the M2 carbine. What I really want to see thought is the American advance rule for their rifles and automatic rifles being replace with a moral rule and the advance rule becoming a standard part of automatic and assault rifle and the introduction of a semiauto rifle that is basically a bolt action with the rule, the Germans, Americans, Russians and late war French (who had 2 models the Grand and their own domestic Mas 44 rifle forgotten weapons has a good video on it) all had semiauto rifles which provided a quantum leap in firepower. Would help to show the changes in warfare as well as provide some accuracy to early marines who were still using the Springfield.
Mostly talking about the physical systems i.e the wire spool and to a very limited extent the wooden find which made Toronto the only completely sucessful harbour raid by carrier aircraft of the war that I am aware of, in game torpedoes are very hard to hit with and it’s difficult to replicate the historic 50% hit rate at Toronto hit rate at pearl is easier a little to high on average but since their are no shallow water drop rules yet can’t quite complain there, as to the fuel tanks at pearl that is a separate doctrinal issue put simply British doctrine would have made those tanks a priority target and the loss of fuel would have made filling the new underground tanks a multi year nightmare pushing the fleet back to San Fran and their survival is the single biggest factor in the total failure of the pearl harbour attack in my opinion.
I do think the torpedo rules are missing a +1 bonus of British air dropped torpedoes, British torpedo bombers used a wire real that resulted in a consistent level drop, virtually every photo has had this edited out to maintain secrecy, which allowed for a 50%+ hit rate a Toronto compared to the much lower rate at pearl harbour by the Japanese. Pearl Harbour with British tech would have been much deadlier and that’s before you add British doctrine which would have forced the US back to San-Francisco for a significant period.