Anzac Attack: Amgrunts – The Scenario AAR – Part 2

This is part 2 of the ‘Amgrunts’ scenario from Lock ‘n Load Publishing’s Anzac Attack, the expansion for Forgotten Heroes II.  Part 1 is posted here. Last we left off, the Marines were in considerable trouble, with the NVA managing to surround their right flank and threaten to overrun it. …

Anzac Attack: Amgrunts – The Scenario AAR – Part 1

Well, you’ve read the history, now it’s time for the report! This is a 13-turn affair that involves three forces; the US Marines and the Republic of South Vietnam are up against the K-500 Battalion of North Vietnamese Army regulars.  Four maps are involved with a nice variety of terrain. …

Lock ‘n Load: Forgotten Heroes – River of Perfume

River of Perfume is a small 7-turn scenario that takes place during the battle for Hue in 1968 just after the Tet Offensive.  It pits the United States Marine Corps versus the Viet Cong in a pitched battle.  This differs significantly from the usual hit and run scenarios that feature …

LnL: Forgotten Heroes – Tread Heads: Post-Ambush Aftermath

For the past week, I’ve been reporting on a playthrough of “Tread Heads”, a scenario from Lock ‘n Load Publishing’s Forgotten Heroes: Vietnam. This scenario features an NVA ambush of a US armored column. In my last write-up, I detailed the many and myriad ways that the NVA thoroughly ruined …

LnL: Forgotten Heroes – Tread Heads – The Ambush

In LnL’s Forgotten Heroes:  Vietnam scenario “Tread Heads”, the NVA spring an ambush on an approaching American armored column.  The past couple of posts have featured a breakdown of how each side prepared for the fight.  Now it’s time to sit back and watch how it all panned out.  In …

LnL Forgotten Heroes: Vietnam – Tread Heads – The Convoy

Yesterday, I talked about setup for the NVA ambush in the scenario “Tread Heads” from Forgotten Heroes:  Vietnam.  Basically, the US player rolls through three map boards with six vehicles (three M-113s and three M-48s) mounted with infantry.  The Americans cannot spot the NVA ambush unless they move adjacent to …

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