Chain of Command - Indochina game - Somewhere in the Tonkin in the 1950's

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Chain of Command - Indochina game - Somewhere in the Tonkin in the 1950's

Post by thomas » Sun Feb 18, 2018 5:46 pm

Some few photos... Due to the intensity of the fight, the photo reporter was often pinned himself !


Vietminh Troops launch an assault in the center of the village...
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...While colonial paratroopers give them heavy steel !
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On the right, the vietminh support section is fighting against the french for a piece of jungle.
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Instead of recieving grenade and heavy fire, french paras were able to pinned the ennemy !
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the rest of the paratrooper section on the left finished to arrive the center and fire at a vietminh assault section which is advancing quickly on the far left of te fight...
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Seriously taken apart, the .cal30 give heavy fire... The MMG team will be wipeout in a bloody assault (both side)...
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Re: Chain of Command - Indochina game - Somewhere in the Tonkin in the 1950's

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Re: Chain of Command - Indochina game - Somewhere in the Tonkin in the 1950's

Post by MLB » Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:54 am

Very nice. Do you have any special rules or characteristics for the Viet Minh? Is the scenario a conventional fight or is it more an asymmetric engagement?
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Re: Chain of Command - Indochina game - Somewhere in the Tonkin in the 1950's

Post by thomas » Mon Feb 19, 2018 1:34 pm

MLB wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 2:54 am
Very nice. Do you have any special rules or characteristics for the Viet Minh? Is the scenario a conventional fight or is it more an asymmetric engagement?
Vietminh had a kind of Bonus for Charging.
The scenario was the Attack/Defense of the ruleset.
It was not an assymmetric engagement, because at that time Vietminh was already an army...

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Re: Chain of Command - Indochina game - Somewhere in the Tonkin in the 1950's

Post by Tom Ballou » Mon Mar 26, 2018 7:47 pm

Where did you get Your bamboo. It’s very nice.
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Re: Chain of Command - Indochina game - Somewhere in the Tonkin in the 1950's

Post by rep1387 » Mon May 07, 2018 5:15 pm

Excellent!

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