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    Library of Mission Types

    I realized that some of the entries under "Library of Squad Types" thread are in fact "Mission Types" rather than squad setups.

    I just wanted to make the distinction clear by creating this separate thread.

    TG COs and SLs, lets see how many different types of missions we can assign to our squads.


    Base Defense

    Defending a base by taking positions inside or nearby.


    Zone Defense

    Squad is positioned between two or more bases and basically controls a zone instead of a particular base. Observation and fire discipline are essential. Squad members are spread out to observation posts. When enemy is spotted, squad is regrouped before engagement. Enemy can be surprised and ambushed since they are focused on the target base usually dont expect resistance on the way.

    I hope Crawlingeye doesnt mind, I thought his entry is more suitable for this thread and I am entering it under Zone Defense.

    Quote Originally Posted by Crawlingeye View Post

    Enforcer

    This squad is a defencive squad that stays between 2 flags
    or near 1 and moves in if the flag area is overrun.
    This way you don't need to have 2 squads per flag
    (Total of 4 squads on the def) to defend.
    Instead you only need 1 squad per flag and
    a squad that moves in to reinforce is needed to.

    (Btw, this is originaly Blitzer66's idea)
    Essential Kits/Equipment:
    1) Sniper/Marksman [observation and long range engagement]
    2) Binocular(s)
    3) AT
    4) Mines [For bridges and narrow passages]

    Additional Notes
    - Controlling map points with heavy enemy traffic (Ex. a critical bridge) can also be considered as zone defense.

    Keywords
    - observation, strategic points, ambush, fire discipline

    Base Assault

    Objective is to capture enemy base by entering into the capture zone.
    Last edited by John CANavar; 05-20-2007 at 05:42 AM.

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    Re: Library of Mission Types

    Feel free to expand the previous entries.

    You can suggest tips, tactics, asset and kit use for a particular type of mission.

    Zone Defense Additions

    Essential Kits/Equipment:
    1) Sniper/Marksman [observation and long range engagement]
    2) Binocular(s)
    3) AT
    4) Mines [For bridges and narrow passages]

    Additional Notes
    - Controlling map points with heavy enemy traffic (Ex. a critical bridge) can also be considered as zone defense.

    Keywords
    - observation, strategic points, ambush, fire discipline

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    Re: Library of Mission Types

    Quote Originally Posted by John CANavar View Post
    I hope Crawlingeye doesnt mind, I thought his entry is more suitable for this thread and
    I am entering it under Zone Defense.

    Not at all. just proud that it would be considered by one of you guys ;P


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    I am the captain of my soul.




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