On July 28th in Panzer Grenadier:
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Panzer Lehr #20 - Make Haste!
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Mt. Austin: The End
Jungle Fighting #29
(Defender) Japan vs America (Attacker)
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Parent Game Jungle Fighting
Historicity Historical
Date 1943-01-23
Start Time 09:00
Turn Count 19
Visibility Day
Counters 37
Net Morale 0
Net Initiative 3
Maps 1: Guad-ME
Layout Dimensions 84 x 55 cm
33 x 22 in
Play Bounty 189
AAR Bounty 222
Total Plays 0
Total AARs 0
Battle Types
Kill Them All
Rural Assault
Conditions
Entrenchments
Off-board Artillery
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Battle of the Bulge counters
Guadalcanal maps + counters
Jungle Fighting book
Introduction

By the 23rd, good progress had been made and the offensive would now be renewed. The battalion commander felt certain that the Japanese would easily fall once pushed. He formed his men into a line and prepared to advance across the Japanese position.

Conclusion

The Japanese proved unable to counter the American attack and only a single American was wounded, and he only slightly. The reduction of the GIFU position had cost the 2nd Battalion, 35th Infantry Regiment 106 casualties, 64 of them killed. A total of 164 Americans from five battalions had died in the fighting in the Mount Austin foothills. Japanese casualties in January were 1076 killed and 29 taken prisoner.

Additional Notes

Elsenborn Ridge or Cassino '44 may be used for the U.S. units.


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