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 Post subject: The China-Korea-Japan Theater of Operations
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The initial game for the Final War series of games will be based in this region of the planet.

The three scenarios that are scheduled for inclusion are as follows:

1: The Korean Unification War. This scenario will intorduce the basic concepts such as supply, movement, and combat. This scenario is a learning scenario, and as such is not balanced. GPI recommends that the two players take turns playing the South Korean side and the player who holds out the longest should be declared the winner. Without American intervention in the Gunny's world, South Korea has no chance to survive.

2: The Invasion of Japan: This scenario covers the Chinese Invasion in 2061, covering the invasion of Japan, and the ambush of the Pacific Fleet that opened the door to the Chinese invasion of the North American Continent. This scenario will introduce airpower, seapower, amphibious, and airborne operations. While adding the supply, movement, and combat rules needed to cover these operations.

3: The Americans Return: This scenario will add the rules for politics and WMD usage. This scenario will use all previous rules sections and the addenda to use the intermediate and advanced rules in the previous two scenarios will be included.

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Benno the Mad Wrote:
man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

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 Post subject: Re: The China-Korea-Japan Theater of Operations
PostPosted: 23 Jul 2012 13:14 
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As a progress report the rules are being written and the Orbats have been pretty well firmed up for the Korean Unification Scenario.

Below is the current Turn Order. Any constructive criticism, or questions and suggestions are heartily welcome.


4.0 Complete Sequence of Play

For the sake of completeness the entire turn sequence is listed here. Each scenario will have it's specific turn sequence outlined in its section of the rules.


Weather Phase (Advanced Game Only)

The player with the initiative last turn rolls the die to determine the weather. If it is game turn 1, the player with the scenario assigned initiative rolls the die.


Joint WMD Planning Phase (Advanced Game Only)

The players allocate any nuclear, biological, or chemical warheads they wish to use in future game turns.


Planning Phase

1) Reinforcement/Replacement Segment
-> The players check the scenario's reinforcement/replacement schedule to determine if they recieve any reinforcements/replacements this turn.

2) Deployment Segment
-> The reinforcements recieved in the Reinforcement/Replacement Segment are now placed on the map. Any replacement points recieved may be allocated to the assets located in any Army Group/Front Supply Heads Awaiting Replacements Box.

3) Army Group/Front Supply Head Placement Segment
-> All players place their Army Group/Front Supply Heads at the same time. The player with the initiative may choose to wait until all other players have placed their Army Group/Front Supply Heads before placing his. If it is game turn 1, the player with the scenario assigned initiative goes last, if he wishes.

4) Army Group/Front Supply Head Status Segment
-> All players determine if their Army Group/Front Supply Heads currently on the map are in supply or isolated.

5) Asset Transfer Segment
-> All players can transfer assets from their combat headquarters to a nearby Army Group/Front Supply Head, as long as the combat HQ is within the primary or secondary LOC of the supply head in question.

6) Army Area of Operation and Attachment Segment
->During the Attachment Segment the players must designate each Army’s Area of Operation and any attachment adjustments that may be needed.


Political Phase (Advanced Game Only)

1) Unrest Determination Segment
-> All players will determine the unrest level in the nations he controls. Then use the Revolt table to determine if any cities, and/or nations, they control revolt.

2) Diplomacy Segment
-> All players, in reverse Initiative order, will resolve any diplomatic actions they have the DAP's (Diplomatic Action Points) for.

3) Declaration of War Segment
-> All players, in reverse Initiative order, and if they have the requisite Diplomacy level, may declare any of their allies active and in the war on their side.


Air Phase (Intermediate & Advanced Games Only)

1) Air Allocation Segment
-> All players secretly allocate all of their available air groups to either an air sector, or an airfield holding box. Within each air sector, air squadrons are assigned one of three levels, Air Superiority, Interception, or Ground Strike. Within each level air squadrons are assigned to a mission package.

2) Air Combat Segment
-> Combat between opposing mission packages within each air sector occurs. The order of resolution in each air sector is as follows: Air Superiority, Interception, and then Ground Strike.

3) WMD Strike Segment (Advanced Game Only)
-> In initiative order the players resolve any WMD warhead strikes that have been allocated for this game turn. Any Contamination markers that are required are placed on the map.


Naval Phase (Intermediate & Advanced Games Only)

1) Naval Air Segment (Advanced Game Only)
-> In initiative order the players move their naval air squadrons which attempt to to spot and engage enemy naval units in combat.

2) Naval Operations Segment (Advanced Game Only)
-> This segment consists of an indefinite number of Operational Actions, which are resolved in initiative order; in which the players perform an Operational Action. The players alternate in this manner until all players have passed. An Operational Action is performed as follows:
-> A) The active player rolls a die and consults the Initiative Table.
-> B) The active player performs the number of Operations equal to the result obtained in step 'a' above. After these Operations are performed a new Operational Action begins.

3) Amphibious Assault Segment (Intermediate & Advanced Games Only)


First Action Phase

1) Army, Corps, Army Group/Front Supply Head Supply Level Determination Segment
-> All players determine the supply levels of their non-isolated Army, Corps, and Army/Group Supply Head levels of supply.

2) Supply Point Distribution & Expenditure Segment
-> The Players announce their supply point distribution and determine their supply expenditures.

3) Initiative Segment
-> Each player determines his Initiative Level (the total number of supply points spent, divided by 10, and rounded down). The players are assigned an initiative order based on the players Initiative Level. This will be the players Initiative Order to resolve their actions throughout the game turn. Any ties are broken by the roll of a die.

4) Operations Segment
-> This segment consists of an indefinite number of Operational Actions, which are resolved in initiative order; in which the players perform an Operational Action. The players alternate in this manner until all players have passed. An Operational Action is performed as follows:
-> 1) The active player rolls a die and consults the Initiative Table.
-> 2) The active player performs the number of Operations equal to the result obtained in step 'a' above. After these Operations are performed a new Operational Action begins.

5) Asset Reassignment Segment
-> Any Army Group/Front Supply Heads that are holding assets can reassign those units to any combat HQ that is within their command structure and in their primary or secondary supply range.

6) Fatigue Recovery Segment
-> Any Combat HQ's that have not spent any Action Points in the Operations Segment may remove any, fatigue levels they may have accumulated up to this point.

7) Marker Segment
-> All players remove the commitment markers from their Supply Heads. Also, any depots that are no longer isolated may have their isolated marker removed. Any non-isolated Supply Head may be removed from the map for placement in a future turn.


Second Action Phase

The players repeat the sequence of the first action phase exactly.


Air/Naval Return Phase (Intermediate & Advanced Games Only)

All air units return to their airfield holding boxes and any naval units at sea move to a friendly port.

_________________
Benno the Mad Wrote:
man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

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 Post subject: Re: The China-Korea-Japan Theater of Operations
PostPosted: 23 Jul 2012 13:36 
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Below is the NKPA Orbat:

The armored regiments were equipped with Soviet-made T-34 tanks. South Korea had no tanks or much in the way of anti-tank weapons. Of the infantry divisions, the 1st through 7th Infantry Divisions were "first-line" while the 10th, 13th, and 15th Infantry Divisions were "second-line" or reserve. North Korea used its "first-line" divisions in the attack on South Korea while using the "second-line" units for internal security. Front line strength of the NKPA on 25 June 1950 was approximately 135,000 men. The NKPA was supported by a small North Korean air force and an even smaller, less effective navy.

Moreover, Kim Il Sung, the North Korean Premier, could be confident that his army, a modest force of 135,000, was superior to that of South Korea. Koreans who had served in Chinese and Soviet World War II armies made up a large part of his force. He had 8 full divisions, each including a regiment of artillery; 2 divisions at half strength; 2 separate regiments; an armored brigade with 120 Soviet T34 medium tanks; and 5 border constabulary brigades. He also had 180 Soviet aircraft, mostly fighters and attack bombers, and a few naval patrol craft.

The North Korean ground forces-the NKPA and the Border Constabulary-in June 1950 numbered about 135,000 men. This estimated total included 77,838 men in seven assault infantry divisions, 6,000 in the tank brigade, 3,000 in an independent infantry regiment, 2,000 in a motorcycle regiment, 23,000 in three reserve divisions, 18,600 in the Border Constabulary, and 5,000 in Army and I and II Corps Headquarters.

The North Korean infantry division at full strength numbered 11,000 men. It was a triangular division composed of three rifle regiments, each regiment having three battalions. The division had as integral parts an artillery regiment and a self-propelled gun battalion.

By June 1950, the 105th Armored Regiment had become the 105th Armored Brigade with a strength of 6,000 men and 120 T34 tanks. Its equipment-tanks, weapons, and vehicles-was Russian-made. The brigade had three tank regiments-the 107th, 109th, and 203d-each with 40 tanks, and a mechanized infantry regiment, the 206th, with a strength of about 2,500 men. A tank regiment had three medium tank battalions, each having 13 tanks. The battalions each had three tank companies with 4 tanks to a company. Tank crews consisted of five men. Battalion, regimental, and division tank commanders each had a personal tank. The 105th Armored Brigade was raised to division status in Seoul at the end of June 1950 before it crossed the Han River to continue the attack southward.

The artillery support of the North Korean division in 1950 closely resembled that of the older type of Soviet division in World War II. A division had 12 122-mm. howitzers, 24 76-mm. guns, 12 Su-76 self-propelled guns, 12 45-mm. antitank guns, and 36 14.5-mm. antitank rifles.

North Korea began the war with about 180 aircraft, all supplied by Russia. Of these about 60 were YAK trainers; 40, YAK fighters; 70, attack bombers; and 10, reconnaissance planes. The North Korean Navy had approximately 16 patrol craft of various types and a few coastal steamers reportedly equipped with light deck guns.


North Korean People's Army (NKPA) Forces Consisted of the Following Major Units:

Code:
               Unit                             Consists of                       Strength

      NKPA Army GHQ                                                                   1,000
      NKPA 1st Corps                                                                  2,000
      NKPA 2nd Corps                                                                  2,000
  1st NKPA Infantry Division       20th, 22nd, and 24th Infantry Regiments           11,000
  2nd NKPA Infantry Division        4th, 16th, and 17th Infantry Regiments           10,838 
  3rd NKPA Infantry Division        7th, 8th, and 9th Infantry Regiments             11,000 
  4th NKPA Infantry Division        5th, 16th, and 18th Infantry Regiments           11,000 
  5th NKPA Infantry Division       10th, 11th, and 12th Infantry Regiments           11,000 
  6th NKPA Infantry Division       13th, 14th, and 15th Infantry Regiments           11,000 
  7th NKPA Infantry Division        1st, 2nd, and 3rd Infantry Regiments   35 T-34s, 12,000 
10th NKPA Infantry Division       25th, 27th, and 29th Infantry Regiments            6,000 
13th NKPA Infantry Division       19th, 21st, and 23rd Infantry Regiments            6,000 
15th NKPA Infantry Division       45th, 48th, and 50th Infantry Regiments           11,000
776th NKPA Infantry Regiment                                                          3,000
12th NKPA Motorcycle Regiment                                                        2,000 
105th NKPA Armored Brigade        107th, 109th, 203rd Armored Regiments and the
206th Mechanized Infantry Regiment                                          120 T-34s 6,000


What follows is the air Orbat for the KPAFAC to be used when the air rules are used:

KPAFAC Order of Battle - 1950

Air Forces Commander -- General Van Len (COL Petrachev, advisor)
Aviation Commander - Major General Wang Yong

Units:

Code:
1st Assault Aviation Regimemt (June 1950)
    1st Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10)
    2nd Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10)
    3rd Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10) - total 44 aircraft

2nd Assault Aviation Regimemt (June 1950)
    1st Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10)
    2nd Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10)
    3rd Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10) - total 44 aircraft

1st Combined Aviation Regiment (June 1950)
    1st Liaison Squadron (Yak-16)
    1st Night Bombing Squadron (Po-2)
    2nd Night Bombing Squadron (Yak-11) – total around 40-50 aircraft

1st Fighter Aviation Regiment (June 1950)
    1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9P)
    2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9P)
    3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9P) - total 44 aircraft

2nd Fighter Aviation Regiment (?) (June 1950)
    1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9P)
    2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9P)
    3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9P) - total 44 aircraft

3rd Fighter Aviation Regiment (Variable reinforcements -- October 1950, Soviet Aid Package)
    1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
    2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
    3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15) - total 44 aircraft

4th Fighter Aviation Regiment (Variable reinforcements -- 1951, Soviet Aid Package)
    1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
    2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
    3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15) - total 44 aircraft

5th Fighter Aviation Division (Variable reinforcements -- 1952, Soviet Aid Package)
    1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
    2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
    3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15) - total 44 aircraft


All designations are supposition based on what few facts are available on the KPAF. The first five regiments were known as "1st Aviation Division" according to some sources. Regimental designations are unknown so have been given names to help the players.

If anyone can help by providing the correct unit designations the help will be most heartily welcome!

_________________
Benno the Mad Wrote:
man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

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 Post subject: Re: The China-Korea-Japan Theater of Operations
PostPosted: 23 Jul 2012 13:50 
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The Republic of Korea Orbat:

REPUBLIC OF KOREA

In the early summer of 1950 the 1st, 7th, 6th, and 8th Divisions, considered the best in the RoK Army, held positions along the 38th Parallel in the order named, from west to east. Beyond the 1st Division, at the extreme western end of the line, was the 17th Regiment of the Capital Division on the Ongjin Peninsula.

The other four divisions were scattered about the interior and southern parts of the country, three of them engaged in anti-guerrilla activity and training in small unit tactics. The Capital Division's headquarters was at Seoul, the 2nd's at Ch'ongju near Taejon, the 3rd's at Taegu, and the 5th's at Kwangju in southwest Korea.

The South Korean divisions along the Parallel were equipped, mostly, with the United States M1 rifle, .30-caliber carbine, 60-mm and 81-mm mortars, 2.36-in. rocket launchers, 37-mm antitank guns, and 105-mm M-3 howitzers.

The howitzers had been used in the U.S. infantry cannon companies in World War II. They had a shorter barrel than the regular 105-mm M-2 howitzer, possessed no armor shield, and had an effective range of only 7,250 yards (8,200 yards maximum range) as compared to 12,500 yards for the 105-mm M-2 howitzer.

There were five battalions of these howitzers organized into the usual headquarters and service companies and three firing batteries of five howitzers each. The 1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th, and 8th Divisions each had a battalion of the howitzers.

A sixth battalion was being formed when the war started. Of 91 howitzers on hand 15 June 1950, 89 were serviceable. The South Korean armed forces had no tanks, no medium artillery, no 4.2-in. mortars, no recoilless rifles, and no fighter aircraft or bombers.

The divisions engaged in fighting the guerrillas in the eastern and southern mountains had a miscellany of small arms, including many Japanese Type 99 World War II rifles.



RoK COMBAT DIVISIONS, 1 JUNE 1950

Code:
       Unit                        Present                    Division Total       Total   
                                                                                  64,697
1st Infantry Division
Col. Paik Sun Yup, CO               1,882                          9,715
11th Regiment                       2,527   
12th Regiment                       2,728   
13th Regiment                       2,578   

2d Infantry Division
Brig. Gen. Lee Hyung Koon, CO       1,397                          7,910
5th Regiment                        1,895   
16th Regiment                       2,408   
25th Regiment                       2,210   

3d Infantry Division
Col. Yu Sung Yul, CO                1,826                          7,059
22d Regiment                        2,646   
23d Regiment                        2,587   

5th Infantry Division
Maj. Gen. Lee Ung Joon, CO          2,274                          7,276
15th Regiment                       2,119   
20th Regiment                       2,185   

1st Separate Battalion                698   

6th Infantry Division
Col. Kim Chong O, CO                2,245                          9,112
7th Regiment                        2,411   
8th Regiment                        2,288   
19th Regiment                       2,168   

7th Infantry Division
Brig. Gen. Yu Jae Hung, CO          2,278                          9,698
1st Regiment                        2,514   
3d Regiment                         2,487   
9th Regiment                        2,419   

8th Infantry Division
Col. Lee Jung Il, CO                1,923                          6,866
10th Regiment                       2,476   
21st Regiment                       2,467   

Capitol Infantry Division
Col. Lee Chong Chan, CO             1,668                          7,061
2d Regiment                         2,615   
18th Regiment                       2,778   
17th Regiment                       2,500

_________________
Benno the Mad Wrote:
man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

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 Post subject: Re: The China-Korea-Japan Theater of Operations
PostPosted: 23 Jul 2012 13:56 
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If, for whatever reason, the NKPA finds itself on the defensive, and if the political rules are being used, They can prod Mao into releasing the following troops for combat in Korea:


Fourth Field Army / 13th Army Group

Command Troops
1st Artillery Division: 1st, 2nd, 3rd Arty Regts
2nd Artillery Division: 4th, 5th, 6th Arty Regts
3rd Artillery Division: 7th, 8th Arty regts
Two truck regiments
One cavalry regiment


38th Group Army
112th Division (334th, 335th, 336th Regiments)
113th Division (337th, 338th, 339th Regiments)
114th Division (340th, 341st, 342nd Regiments)

39th Group Army
115th Division (343rd, 344th, 345th Regiments)
116th Division (346th, 347th, 348th Regiments)
117th Division (349th, 350th, 351st Regiments)

40th Group Army
118th Division (352nd, 353rd, 354th Regiments)
119th Division (355th, 356th, 357th Regiments
120th Division (358th, 359th, 360th Regiments)

42nd Group Army
124th Division (370th, 371st, 372nd Regiments)
125th Division (373rd, 374th, 375th Regiments)
126th Division (376th, 377th, 378th Regiments)

50th Group Army
148th Division (442nd, 443rd, 444th Regiments)
149th Division (445th, 446th, 447th Regiments)
150th Division (448th, 449th, 450th Regiments)

66th Group Army
196th Division (586th, 587th, 588th Regiments)
197th Division (589th, 590th, 591st Regiments)
198th Division (592nd, 593rd, 594th Regiments)



3rd Field Army / 9th Army Group (approximately 120,000 troops)

20th Group Army
58th Division (172nd, 173rd, 174th Regiments)
59th Division (175th, 176th, 177th Regiments)
60th Division (178th, 179th, 180th Regiments)
89th Division (265th, 266th, 267th Regiments)

26th Group Army
76th Division (226th, 227th, 228th Regiments)
77th Division (229th, 230th, 231st Regiments)
78th Division (232nd, 233rd, 234th Regiments)
88th Division (264th, 265th, 267th Regiments)

27th Group Army
79th Division (235th, 236th, 237th Regiments)
80th Division (238th, 239th, 240th Regiments)
81st Division (241st, 242nd, 243rd Regiments)
90th Division (268th, 269th, 270th Regiments)

_________________
Benno the Mad Wrote:
man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

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PostPosted: 23 Jul 2012 15:13 
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Below is a crude representation of how the Units will be shown to represent their combat strength:



Code:
                                            US Marine Division (1950)
     _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    |                        1st Marine Division            32 transport point to sea lift                    |
    |_________________________________________________________________________________________________________|
    |   Mar Regt   |   Mar Regt   |   Mar Regt   |   Art Regt    |    Armd Bn   | Eng Bn |    AA Bn  | Sam Bn |
    |   oo oo oo   |   oo oo oo   |   oo oo oo   |   oo oo oo    |       oo     |   oo   |     oo    |   oo   |
    |______________|______________|______________|_______________|______________|________|___________|________|


Comments are welcome.

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Benno the Mad Wrote:
man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

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The Air Orbat detailed below is, according to various sources, the air, and ground support, forces tasked to Korea by the Soviet Union.



Code:
Soviet Air Order of Battle - Korean Unification War 1950 - End (Available when the Political rules are used)

Commanding General (Aviation) Far East Military District -- GEN-LT S. Krasovskiy

64th Independent Fighter Aviation Corps -- GEN-LT I. V. Belov

32nd Fighter Aviation Division (COL G. Grokhovetskii)
  1)  224th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  535th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  913th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


37th Fighter Aviation Division (COL A.I. Khalutin)

  1)  236th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  282nd Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  940th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


97th Fighter Aviation Division (COL A. Shevtsov)

  1)  16th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  148th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


100th Fighter Aviation Division (Released Jul 53 - end)

  1)  9th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  731st Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  735th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


133rd PVO Fighter Aviation Division (COL Komarov) (Released May 52 - end)

  1)  147th Guards Special Purpose Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  415th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  726th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  4)  578th Fighter Aviation Regiment (Naval Aviation) (attached)
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Naval Aviation)
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Naval Aviation)
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Naval Aviation) - Total 36 Aircraft


190th Fighter Aviation Division (COL Kornilov) (Released Feb 52 - end)

  1)  256th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  494th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  821st Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


216th PVO Fighter Aviation Division (COL B. Yeremin) (Released Feb 52 - end)

  1)  518th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  676th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  878th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  4)  781st Fighter Aviation Regiment (Naval Aviation)(attached)
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Naval Aviation)
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Naval Aviation)
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Naval Aviation) - Total 36 Aircraft


303rd Fighter Aviation Division (GEN-MAJ A.Kumanichkin) (Released Aug 51 - end)

  1)  17th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  18th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  523rd Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


324th Fighter Aviation Division (COL I.N. Kozhedub) (Released Apr 51 - end)

  1)  176th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  196th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


351st Independent Fighter Aviation Regiment (Night) (LTC I. Yefimov) (Released Jul 51 - end)
   A)  1st Night Fighter Aviation Squadron
   B)  2nd Night Fighter Aviation Squadron
   C)  3rd Night Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


298th Independent Fighter Aviation Regiment (Night) (LTC Vasil'yev) (Released Feb 53 - end)
   A)  1st Night Fighter Aviation Squadron
   B)  2nd Night Fighter Aviation Squadron
   C)  3rd Night Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


28th Anti-aircraft Artillery Division (COL Angelov) (Released Jan 53 - end)

  1)  503rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns

  2)  505th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns

  3)  507th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns


35th Anti-aircraft Artillery Division (Released Jan 53 - end)

  1)  508th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns

  2)  513th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns


87th Anti-aircraft Artillery Division (COL A.I. Varlygo) (Released Mar 51 - end)

  1)  151st Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns

  2)  1777th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns


92nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Division (Released Mar 51 - end)

  1)  666th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns

  2)  667th Anti-aircraft Artillery Regiment
       A)  1st Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Anti-aircraft Artillery Battalion - Total 48 85mm & 42 37 mm guns


16th Aviation Technical Services Division (COL V.S. Zaitsev) (Released Jul 53 - end)

  1)  180th Independent Airfield Technical Support Battalion
  2)  277th Independent Airfield Technical Support Battalion
  3)  838th Independent Airfield Technical Support Battalion
  4)  854th Independent Airfield Technical Support Battalion
  5)  859th Independent Airfield Technical Support Battalion


18th Aviation Technical Services Division (COL M.P. Mironovich) (Released Jun 51 - end)

  1)  10th Independent Searchlight Artillery Regiment (COL Ye.A. Belenko)
       A)  1st Independent Searchlight Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Independent Searchlight Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Independent Searchlight Artillery Battalion - Total 36 Projectors

  2)  20th Independent Searchlight Artillery Regiment (Released Jan 53 - end)
       A)  1st Independent Searchlight Artillery Battalion
       B)  2nd Independent Searchlight Artillery Battalion
       C)  3rd Independent Searchlight Artillery Battalion - Total 36 Projectors

65th ODRSO

  1)  61st Independent Antiaircraft Illumination Company

  2)  1406th Hospital for Infectious Diseases (COL A. Gorelik)
       A)  8th Mobile Field Hospital
       B)  534th Radiographic Department
       C)  70th Independent Decontamination Platoon
       D)  99th Independent Decontamination Platoon
       E)  18th Plague Prevention Detachment
       F)  357th Medical Epidemic Laboratory

  3)  727th Independent Communications Battalion (Released Apr 1953 - end)

  4)  133rd Independent Radio Technical Battalion (Released Apr 1953 - end)

  5)  61st Independent Radio Technical Company (Radio Navigation) (Released Apr 1953 - end)

  6)  114th Radio Technical Regiment (OSNAZ) Special Task Force
       A)  1st Radio Technical Battalion
       B)  2nd Radio Technical Battalion
       C)  3rd Radio Technical Battalion


Supporting Soviet Air Order of Battle

83rd Independent Fighter Aviation Corps (PVO) (Laodung Peninsula) GEN-LT Rykachev

28th Fighter Aviation Division (COL A.V. Aleyukhin) (Released Nov 50 - end)

  1)  67th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  139th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

153rd Fighter Aviation Division  (transfer to the 64th IAK - June 1951)

  1)  351st Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


55th Independent Fighter Aviation Corps (PVO) (Maj-.Gen P.F. Batyskiy) (Primors'kye Military Region (FMD))

149th Fighter Aviation Division

  1)  3rd Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  18th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  3)  582nd Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


Moscow Military District Units Available to transfer to the Far East Military District

67th Fighter Aviation Corps

50th Fighter Aviation Division (LTC A.V. Pashkevich) (Released Dec 50 - end)

  1)  29th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  177th Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  1)  7th Air Regiment (PLAAF) (attached)
       A)  1st Fighter Squadron (PLAAF)
       B)  2nd Fighter Squadron (PLAAF)
       C)  3rd Fighter Squadron (PLAAF) - Total 44 Aircraft


151st Guards Fighter Aviation Division (COL Sapozhnikov) (Released Nov 50 - end)

  1)  28th Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft

  2)  72nd Guards Fighter Aviation Regiment
       A)  1st Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       B)  2nd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron
       C)  3rd Guards Fighter Aviation Squadron - Total 36 Aircraft


Soviet formations were made up of Para (Element) of two aircraft; two Pary made a Zveno (Flight); three Zvena made an Eskadra (Squadron). Three Eskadry made a Polk (Regiment), three Polki a Diviziya (Division), and two or more Divisii, a Korpus, or Corps for a grand total of 108 aircraft.

Combat was normally fought by two or three Pary in a group; squadrons would also cross attach Zvena when needed.

The AA divisions had a variety of weapons. The standard organization was 96 85mm and 84 37mm guns. The units at that time appear to have been organized into four gun batteries and twelve gun battalions.

The searchlight regiments each had 36 projectors, organized as per the weapons in four projector batteries and twelve projector battalions.

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1: The Korean Unification War. This scenario will intorduce the basic concepts such as supply, movement, and combat. This scenario is a learning scenario, and as such is not balanced. GPI recommends that the two players take turns playing the South Korean side and the player who holds out the longest should be declared the winner. Without American intervention in the Gunny's world, South Korea has no chance to survive.


So this scenario is set in 1950 ??

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1: The Korean Unification War *SNIP* So this scenario is set in 1950 ??



Correct. Hence the Orbats shown here. :AH



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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
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Just replied to your e-mail


It seems we are on the same page bud. I was also thinking of AC types, but left that little detail out, to see if you would suggest it.

Each AC Model will have 4 numbers and a letter code designating the Aircraft as All Weather or Night.: #/#s-t/#/#/LC. If the AC has no Letter Code then it is only capable of flying in good weather during daylight missions.

If the Bombing Strength has an 's' or 't' that strength is strategic with an 's', or tactical with a 't'. If the number does not have a letter designation it can be used in either strategic or tactical missions.

If the Air to Air Strength has an 'i' in it then double the AtA strength in combat against aircraft performing Strategic Bombing Missions.

These numbers will depend on the AC Model being looked at.

These represent: Range/Bombing Strength/Air to Air Strength/Electronic Warfare Strength.

Each BE strength Point that a Squadron has is equal to 1 flight of 4 aircraft.

As an example the stats of the F-86A Sabre are as follows: 8/2t/2/0/-.

Example:
An Escort Mission has been formed with the following units:

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27th Fighter-Escort Group
522nd Fighter-Escort Squadron (F-86A Sabre)
Stats:                8/2t/2/0/-
Strength:              ooo ooo

523rd Fighter-Escort Squadron (F-86A Sabre)
Stats:                8/2t/2/0/-
Strength:              ooo ooo

524th Fighter-Escort Squadron (F-86A Sabre)
Stats:                8/2t/2/0/-
Strength:              ooo ooo


So the Escort Mission consists of 18 BE's of F-86A Sabres. To determine the combat potential of the mission you would take the number of BE's and multiply it by the stat that is relevant to the type of combat being performed, in this case Air to Air, so the AtA stat would be used. The basic AtA Combat Potential of the Escort Mission would be 36.

This number can be further modifed by weather and other modifiers.

EDIT: Changed the Bombing definition.

EDIT 2: Changed the AtA Definition.


Comments are welcome. :AH

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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
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Gav, if you read this last night I had to make some changes to my last post. You may want to reread it again. :AH



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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
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A suggestion if I may ...

I would split Bombing Strength into a Tactical Strike value and a Strategic Strike value. Use tactical for Ground Support and interdiction. Use Strategic Strike for things like bombing infrastructure (ports/Factory/rail marshalling yards / Logistical hubs) and such.

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A suggestion if I may ...

I would split Bombing Strength into a Tactical Strike value and a Strategic Strike value. Use tactical for Ground Support and interdiction. Use Strategic Strike for things like bombing infrastructure (ports/Factory/rail marshalling yards / Logistical hubs) and such.


Good suggestion! :tu

Will do so.

Stand by for the correction! :bs



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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
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And changed. Let me know what you think. :AH



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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
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In case you were viewing this while I was changing my goof, refresh.



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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
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In case you were viewing this while I was changing my goof, refresh.



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looking good !

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looking good !


Cool! The Air Rules will be introduced in the Second Scenario, The Invasion of Japan.

In that scenario we will see the goodies from the later era of the Gunnyverse in actual honest to goodness gaming stats!. :ac

Oh hey, did you ever read the new TL I have been working on for the Gunnyverse Pre World War III era?



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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
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Made another edit to the Air post. :AH



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man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

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 Post subject: Re: The China-Korea-Japan Theater of Operations
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While waiting for Haegan to finish up the DSA! program I am doing the research for June 1950, for the planet. When the series games is complete One of the grand campaign scenarios will begin in June of 1950. So the Orbat for the planet will be needed. With that in place I can also create one map scenarios. :AH

Below is a portion of the Soviet air Orbat in Europe in June of '50. As you will see, there are still some holes in this Air Army Orbat. :bs



Cheers, Thor


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24th Red Banner Air Army

    1)  886th Independent Red Banner Reconnaissance Aviation Regiment - Tu-2R - Schönwalde, East Germany

        A)  1st Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Tu-2R)
        B)  2nd Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Tu-2R)
        C)  3rd Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Tu-2R)

    2)  931st Independent Guards Prazhskiy Red Banner Reconnaissance Aviation Regiment - Yak-3 - Köthen, East Germany

        A)  1st Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)
        B)  2nd Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)
        C)  3rd Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)

    3)  226th Independent Mixed Aviation Regiment - Yak-12 - Dallgow, East Germany

        A)  1st Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)
        B)  2nd Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)
        C)  3rd Reconnaissance Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)

    4)  197th Independent Guards Transport Aviation Regiment - Li-2 - Straussberg, East Germany

        A)  1st Guards Transport Aviation Squadron (Li-2)
        B)  2nd Guards Transport Aviation Squadron (Li-2)
        C)  3rd Guards Transport Aviation Squadron (Li-2)


A)  80th Bomber Aviation Corps - Finow, East Germany

  A)  140th Bomber Aviation Division - Werneuchen, East Germany

  B)  268th Bomber Aviation Division - Finow, East Germany

      1)  34th Tashkentskiy Red Banner Bomber Aviation Regiment - Pe-2 - Finsterwalde, East Germany

          A)  1st Bomber Aviation Squadron (Pe-2)
          B)  2nd Bomber Aviation Squadron (Pe-2)
          C)  3rd Bomber Aviation Squadron (Pe-2)


B)  75th Assault Aviation Corps - Finsterwalde, East Germany

  A)  114th Guards Assault Aviation Division - üterbog-Altes Lager, East Germany

      1)  393rd Guards Baranovichskiy Red Banner Assault Aviation Regiment PVO - Il-10 - Finow, East Germany

          A)  1st Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10)
          B)  2nd Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10)
          C)  3rd Assault Aviation Squadron (Il-10)

  B)  200th Guards Assault Aviation Division - Cottbus, East Germany


C)  61st Guards Minskiy Fighter Aviation Corps - Wittenberg, East Germany

    A)  170th Guards Fighter Aviation Division - Zerbst, East Germany

        1)  841st Guards Vilenskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Zerbst, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)


    B)  119th Nevelskaya Red Banner Fighter Aviation Division - Falkenberg, East Germany

        1)  86th Guards Borisovskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Falkenberg, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)

        2)  157th Brestskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Dessau, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)

        3)  684th Guards Orshanskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-17 - Falkenberg, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-17)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-17)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-17)


    C)  131st Novgorodskaya Red Banner Fighter Aviation Division - Grossenhain, East Germany

        1)  168th Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Grossenhain, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)

        2)  845th Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Grossenhain, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)

        3)  916th Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Grossenhain East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)


D)  71st Fighter Aviation Corps - Wittstock, Germany

    A)  145th Nezhinskaya Red Banner Fighter Aviation Division - Rechlin, East Germany

        1)  665th Varshavskiy Fighter Aviation Regiment - LA-7 - Lärz, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)

        2)  732nd Kastornenskiy Fighter Aviation Regiment - LA-7 - Lärz, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)

        3)  834th Prazhskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - La-7 - Parchim, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (La-7)

    B)  175th Melitopolskaya Red Banner Fighter Aviation Division - Finow, East Germany

        1)  868th Nemanskiy Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Finow, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)

        2)  968th Sevastopolskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - MiG-15 - Oranienburg, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)

        3)  347th Radomskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - MiG-15 - Finow, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)

    C)  263rd Sibirsko-Stalinskaya Red Banner Fighter Aviation Division - Peenemünde, East Germany

        1)  43rd Sevastopolskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-3 - Peenemünde, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-3)

        2)  515th Pomeranskiy Fighter Aviation Regiment - MiG-15 - Peenemünde, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (MiG-15)

        3)  899th Orshanskiy Red Banner Fighter Aviation Regiment - Yak-9 - Trollenhagen, East Germany

            A)  1st Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            B)  2nd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)
            C)  3rd Fighter Aviation Squadron (Yak-9)

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Benno the Mad Wrote:
man, you gotta realise that thor and bos fell out of the patriot tree (like the ugly tree, but instills patriotism instead of ugly) and hit every branch on the way down.


"Gone now, dispersed by the brutal destruction of this one day, was the belief that the Darkman and his army of the dead were so superior as to be invincible. By attempting to destroy the morale of the Marines, the Darkman had restored it to full vigor. Dia De La Muerto had failed in its objectives."
The Gunny: Stand of the 300

Si vis pacem, para bellum
If you want peace, prepare for war

Gunny's color #FF2400


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