Saipan PSC

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Saipan PSC

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For those of you that don't frequent social media, here's the link to the Saipan PSC that Travis is running on his TTCP YouTube channel.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/a4s7yziqa2f1 ... 7R_Na?dl=0

https://www.youtube.com/user/travh20/videos

Enjoy.

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Thanks for posting this!

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Thank you! I’m all in on Pacific stuff at the moment. Will the follow on PSCs be Marine based as well or will the US Army (27th Division) make an appearance? Either way I’m Looking forward to these!

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Thanks for that - upgraded my copy of Abbeville to the V 2.5 too!

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Thanks for that, although I don't need any encouragement to buy more toys!
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This is why I went with the Japs - let everyone else buy all the different allied forces!

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Same here...update/upgrade the Abbeville 1940 copy to v2.5
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edleland wrote:
Thu Jan 09, 2020 10:45 pm
Thank you! I’m all in on Pacific stuff at the moment. Will the follow on PSCs be Marine based as well or will the US Army (27th Division) make an appearance? Either way I’m Looking forward to these!
Hi Ed, I'd like to do both but we'll see. The next one is likely to be based on the 27th ID in 'Death Valley' and I'd probably try and factor the Smith vs Smith debacle into it as well. I'll wait and see what options the Far East theatre book brings to the table though.

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Outstanding! US Army in the Pacific are very underrepresented in wargames, so Id be very happy to see that. Plus what happened on Saipan is still contentious so understanding the situation facing 27 ID a little better would be great.

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Truscott Trotter wrote:
Thu Jan 09, 2020 11:53 pm
This is why I went with the Japs - let everyone else buy all the different allied forces!
I always do both. I learned my lesson when i moved, and no-one had suitable opposing forces.
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