I'll try and post a full write-up later but for now here are some photos of Day Two.
On Saturday evening, Richard P reminded me that during the Matrix Game we played in the run-up to Crisis Point 2015, he had successfully infiltrated an Italian Special Forces team into Tcherbevan. I suggested that it might be interesting if these guys had managed to set up shop in the tower of the ATV building.
When we set up in the morning Ian S placed a three-man observer-sniper team on the roof of the same tower! We therefore started off with a short, sharp action in which the Italians quickly dealt with the Andreivians. We used two up-turned paper plates as the floors of the building. Here we see the Italian just after they'd finished off the Andreivians with one loss to their own side.
Did the Italians shoot wounded Andreivians who would otherwise have surrendered? We'll probably never know. Unless, of course, a CCTV tape turns up....
Two of our younger attendees played Andreivian Paratroopers defending the river bridges against Russian attacks from the airport.
Mark Kniveton provided some lovely models including this ASU-85 to support my VDV airborne types.
Fighting continued in Tcherbevan. This mule-train brought some useful supplies (AT-4 AT launchers) for the Turks...
Leo and Arthur's Andreivian Paras sold their lives dearly defending the rail yard against their Russian counterparts.
More photos to follow later.