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  • #166607
    kyoteblue
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    Breaking the fourth wall, we are taking a time out while I build WW1 tanks to pay back a friends loan.

    #166635
    kyoteblue
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    The fourth wall, still painting WW1 figures for a friend and there are thousands more to paint!!!!

    #166669
    Opossum Red
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    Sitting in the headquarters BTR, Oberstleutenant Wimmer was looking at his Oberstabsfeldwebel. With the Reserve Panzer Division, many of the senior sergeants were older men.
    How old was Oberstabsfeldwebel Steiner? The older man looked at his commander and grinned. “Ja, Herr Oberstleutenant, today I will command my panzer one more time!”
    Wimmer gave a second look at the Regimental Sergeant Major and noticed he had pinned on some other medals with his regulation dress. The Third Reich verboten wound medal 2nd class, the verboten Iron Cross First Class and some other awards had been added.
    Oberstleutenant Wimmer saw the red ribbon of the IC2 in two other senior sergeant’s button hole. He smiled to himself. At least some of his tankers had experience, even if it was 40 years old.

    #166743
    Opossum Red
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    The Danes of Vordingborg barely noticed as the guards on the petrol stations were changed. These men hardly looked different, but their uniforms were not as neat and they paid more attention to their weapons.

     

    Almost beneath the eyes of a few Danish stay behind watchers, the 10th Panzer had replaced units at the front. The few old T34 tanks and erstaz were left out in positions as under the cover of night, T55M and BMPs, BTRs and PR76 moved out.

    Fresh artillery positions were dug in and provided with overhead cover and replaced ammo dumps.  Anti-aircraft guns and missiles were also in improved positions. Roving patrols were also heard.  Only the elderly had any advice.      # 1  stay off the streets!               # 2. Sleep in your basement with a stockpile of food and fresh water.

    #166853
    Jonathand Keepers
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    Sorry everyone but my new computer died two days ago and I just now got an old running again…Somewhere over Denmark.Three C-47’s flew east  on a flight plan that bewildered the NATO Air-traffic controllers One flew at the aircraft’s maximum ceiling, the second at medium altitude the Third was down in the weeds nap of the earth…

    #166854
    Jonathand Keepers
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    Operation Nordic Hammer was in motion now, The US and Royal Marines where on their way. The men checked their shutes again preping  for the HALO. they were 30 minutes out. Alex flew a steady course to the drop point. 25 minutes out…

    #166929
    kyoteblue
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    And I am back busy building QRF Russian kit for Brave little Denmark.

    #166931
    kyoteblue
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    Major Gruber was a very worried man, all the signs that the East Germans would attack at dawn were lit up red, the refugee’s scouts and intel pointed to an early morning with overwhelming force. and he had no tanks at all…

    #167012
    kyoteblue
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    Pvt Peters heard hoofbeats in the predawn fog and was surprised when a man and horse suddenly appeared in front of him, he stumbled back to his guard post and belatedly called out halt who goes there!!!! The man reined the horse in and replied Odin. Pvt Peter called out the password Raven!!! The man dismounted and held the reins in one hand and shook Prt Peters hand with the other, Agent Zed reporting in where is your Commander??? Pvt Peters stammered Major Gruber is 5o meters to my rear, Let me call my Sargent to guide you to him…

    #167014
    kyoteblue
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    The 3 Nornamdy Qweens flew on made their drops and 2 headed back to Scotland…

    #167043
    Opossum Red
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    Grendal snickered as he watched the parachutes drifting down to the swampy marshes. It helps to have agents in the NATO forces.  A slight adjustment caused one of the old gooney birds pilots to misjudge his assigned drop zone and instead of an open pasture, the heavily laden paratroopers were headed for a bottomless swamp.

    If any survived the plunge, they would be without their equipment.

    Grendal reported a successful operation to his superior and moved to his next assignment.

    #167075
    Opossum Red
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    Oberstleutenant Wimmer came back from his inspection of the grounded freighter. The men had been working feverishly to remove ammunition and equipment as well as any salvageable vehicles. He wondered how orders had gotten so screwed up as to send the “museum battalion” into battle.

    The ship should be afloat and emptied soon. Then it could go back and bring the second wave after some major repairs. Another foggy morning to start the day.  He drove himself to his field headquarters.  It was time to move.

    #167228
    kyoteblue
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    Alex Bates fought for control of the aircraft the flack has taken out his port engine and he was coming in too fast, the gas filed barrels lit the runway he steered to he cut the starboard engine and feathered the props, and tried to lower the landing gear but the flack must have cut his hydraulics as nothing happen, he got on the intercom and yelled, brace your selves we are belly landing…

    When the Normandy Qween shuttered to a stop just feet from the end of the runway, Alex quickly unbuckled and made his way down the back of the plane telling the Marines and Royal Marines to grab their shit and get out of the plane before it caught fire!!! Later as he and the Marines lay on the grass coughing from the thick black smoke from the fire engulfed plane he thought close one. The Normandy Qween would never fly again so Alex asked the Local commander what he should do. Do the Officer said You are now drafted into the Royal Marines and grab 20 rounds of mortar bombs…you are a pack-mule…

     

    #167242
    kyoteblue
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    Major Gruber looked at the 4 school buses of reinforcements that had arrived in the nick of time the East Germans would be attacking in less than 3 hours…

    #167260
    Opossum Red
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    When Oberstlieutenant Wimmer received the message from his scouts in the town ahead, he frowned.  Then he summoned his artillery chief.  What did they say about “the best laid plans”?

    #167278
    Opossum Red
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    The PsyOps radio station sending a message to the town of Ubey.p

    Opmærksomhed borgere i Ubey.
    Din by er en friild kampzone. Tank nødvendige forholdsregler.

    #167285
    kyoteblue
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    Alex never thought he would be fighting in Denmark but here he was, he thanked the Gods he had deposited all the CIA money before he had taken off on his now one-way trip to Denmark.

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