Brazil Battle Plan and possible AAR

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Brazil Battle Plan and possible AAR

#1 Post by Jax the Arisn » Sep 20 2012

Sorry if this is in the wrong place

My deployment plans are probably not normal. I am Brazil, so I have to take in mind lack of infrastructure. My plan is normally send in "Assault brigades". Each brigade (theoretically) highly mobile, and capable of assaulting and seizing a city. Example: my 41st Assault Brigade consists of
5x M4A2 Abrams
4x M2A3 Bradley's
2x M2A4 Bradley's
2x Heavy Supply Trucks
2x Tank destroyers (I forget the name, sorry guys)
This force has so far been able to break most cities and hostiles.

Mostly, I have been able to deploy these brigades independently to attack a city, occasionally needing two or three, but the point that they can operate independently stands. For larger operations, I go with the "market-garden" approach. Airborne elite/special forces/elite forces combination secure the big cities and likely capital areas, while mechanized and motorized forces roll over the borders. Example, in Venezuela, I mobilized my 53rd SOF brigade and 14th SOF brigade (10x Special Forces each) and secured maracaibo, Caracas, and two other large cities. I then moved in rangers by C-5s and reinforced them. (the SOF came in by chopper and humped it into the city limits under stealth). While those unites secured the heart, the Assault brigades secured everything else, including the major military centers. The result was a very swift, relatively few losses, victory. I also have siege battalions for my arty, normally that's ten guns with infantry escort.

For air coverage, I normally have a squadron of 5 F/A-18's to provide cover. I have some stealth bombers in production, but they won't be ready for a while. My airforce is undergoing a sort of "refit" to get rid of the dang sky hawks. The main thing is, I never go anywhere without air superiority. The Assault battalions normally have some long range AA shoved in there.

Missiles, I got plenty.

Navy, two military flotillas, normally two escort carriers, ten frigates, and five destroyers and one cruiser. I also have a transport flotilla for all my slow moving transports, it has frigates as guards.

I could make an AAR from my game, I won't be able to provide many..actually scrape that, I could do an AAR with pictures. If you have any suggestions or would like an AAR, leave a comment
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Re: Brazil Battle Plan and possible AAR

#2 Post by Jax the Arisn » Sep 21 2012

Anything from anyone? ???
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Re: Brazil Battle Plan and possible AAR

#3 Post by Ruges » Sep 21 2012

AARs are nice. Many people will just read them and not reply so dont take no reply as no interest. As for deciding if you want to make an AAR of it. Many people love reading them. But I will make a suggestion. Writing a full AAR with tons of pictures, exspecialy modified pictures, and writing a side story to go along with what is happening is greatly time consuming. You end up spending just as much time writing the AAR as you do playing it. So keep the AAR to a minimum, dont post more pictures then you can handle, avoid walls of text. Just post the basics and if somone wants to know more about what is happening they will ask. Even keeping it as simple as just giving updates every 3 or so game months of what is going on around the world, plus anything that is xtra special that has happend.

But yea I would love to see a picture or two of your assualt brigades in action.

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