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I only had rme for koz. It was great for me personaly.
The Russians had two really hard flags to compete with. Tunnels and 163 the flag at the bridge.
The team did a great job organising for the move out of main. With every sl working togther on mumble. They waited for 5 min or so till every one had an idea where to go. FB's were deployed in 300m spaceing as the infi moved up. They had 4 FB's up and running and everyone in postion to assault the tunnels. 1 sq taking contact at s entrance 3 sq's at N entrance breaching and 1 squad defending the closest fb to tunnel. South was almost over run but pulled back to regroup and maintain a contact. The guys at N entrance just destroyed the defenders pushing all the way thru to meet the squad at S entrance.
The tunnel assault was almost perfect for Russia good times we're had.
See, if squad 5 had been there, we would have cleared 163 out in about ten minutes. And still had 3 medic kits afterwards. :row__642:
But seriously...I had to go, but as I was leaving I noticed that tunnels got taken about 6 or 7 minutes after we left, which was about the same time that we got to 163 and took out the first of their FBs. Odd, right?
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