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As RU we have to think about containment. Once the US can move beyond A they can capture points like a disease. Instead of assaulting them directly in front of A we should try to limit their flow of reinforcements on the map. This is especially important for blind spots like those behind the high rises leading up to D and the wall running along the beach leading to all of the back points including C.
As for our vehicles I do not see any reason why they should go down easily with proper support and can easily cover the straightaways at A.
Might also be beneficial to have a quick reaction force at the back of the map to deal with any opposition that may arise early on.
I was saying that we shouldn't make it an effort to assault in-front of A. In fact A is easily defensible with tanks, mortars, rockets, or anything else that goes boom. I'm sure we will also have some claymore's laying in wait as well.
I think it would a good idea to review all the buildings you can occupy in this map and use every single one to our advantage, instead of being on the streets. I cant think of any off the top of my head, but maybe some people have some successful battle stories to share?