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Yom Kippur War 1973, MicroMark Rules AAR

Following the pictures of our first battle with MicroMark Modern Rules. I think it is a great and playable rules system. The scenario was that an Israeli company of Shermans ambushed a battalion of Syrians T62 & T55s.

October 1973. South of Quneitra. Golan Heights

October 1973. South of Quneitra. Golan Heights

A destroyed T-62 on the road...

A destroyed T-62 on the road…

A Syrian tank battalion advances...

A Syrian tank battalion advances…

The advancing column meets the destroyed tank.

The advancing column meets the destroyed tank. The Syrians had no idea about the Israeli presence in the area…

Here they are! Israeli M50 Shermans in an ambush...

Here they are! Israeli M50 Shermans in an ambush…

A whole tank company in prepared positions...

A whole tank company in prepared positions…

The first shots of Israelis were quite accurate. That had as a result a panicked platoon of T-55s...

The first shots of Israelis were quite accurate. That had as a result a panicked platoon of T-55s…

The Syrians deployed and returned fire...

The Syrians deployed and returned fire…

The panicked platoon bypasses the column's last tanks ...

The panicked platoon bypasses the column’s last tanks …

A Syrian company commander fights bravely...

A Syrian company commander fights bravely…

The Syrian commander destroyed the first (and the last) Israeli tank…

But things went bad for the Syrians. It was a question of time for a whole company to be destroyed...

But things went bad for the Syrians. It was a question of time for a whole company to had its tanks abandoned and destroyed…

This was the last fighting platoon for the Syrians. Not for long...

This was the last fighting platoon for the Syrians. Not for long…

Not exactly the "Valley of Tears" but for sure the "Road of Tears" for the Syrians...

Not exactly the “Valley of Tears” but for sure the “Road of Tears” for the Syrians…

 

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This entry was posted on June 16, 2015 by in After Action Reports, Arab-Israeli Wars, Modern Gaming.

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