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United States Army: How to use this guide

How to use this guide
M Command Points (Special)
C Control Points

Assault infantry
M 135 C 25

Quantity
6
Combat guide
Inventory:

Unit's equipment

6x

10x

AP:

66



10

M1 Garand semi-automatic rifle

M5A1 Stuart Light tank
M 300 C 13

Inventory:

Type

6x L 37 mm 8xR 3
63

54

30

70

110 m
A 4x
44

110 m

V 35

Main:

L 37 mm R 3
G 2x 0.30 caliber


V 35

D4 S-

A 110 m

10

30

70

4

Thompson submachine gun

M1 Garand semi-automatic rifle

16x

6x

8x

4x

110 m

tanks. The M5A1 could carry the same 37 mm weapon as the Greyhound; although its speed was slower, it was better armored and had
Armor:
nearly double the emergency ammunition supply. It was efficient for providing close support to the infantry as well as confronting lightly-

Turret

1 29 2 25 3 25
Inventory: 38 5 32 6 25
4

armored enemy scout vehicles such as the German SdKfz 223 and Panzer I or the Japanese Type 92s.

14

Front

2 5

Side

36

Rear

79x2x 0.30 caliber68x
G

5x

3.400x

1x

The British used the surname of the Confederate States Army general, Jeb Stuart, to name the whole series of United States M3 and M5
tanks. The M5A1 could carry the same 37 mm weapon as the Greyhound; although its speed was slower, it was better armored and had
nearly double the emergency ammunition supply. It was efficient for providing close support to the infantry as well as confronting lightlyarmored enemy scout vehicles such as the German SdKfz 223 and Panzer I or the Japanese Type 92s.

Inventory:

79x

Unit's .
equipment

6

H 10 X 2

AP:
66
63
54
44
The British used the surname of the Confederate States Army general, Jeb Stuart, to name the whole series of United States M3 and M5

Armor (in mm of steel)

Machine guns
mounted

Assault infantry
M 135 C 25

Inventory:

1 29 2
3
M5A125
Stuart
Light tank25
300
13
M 32 C
4 38 5
6 25

Penetration into armor
according to distance.
(in mm of steel)

V Speed
D 4Crew
SS Passengers
Y Can tow / be
towed

M Command Points (Special)
C Control Points

Armor:

A Maximum range

M3A1 submachine gun

Inventory:

4

Name of the unit
Main:
16x

1

H 8 X 1

2
M1903 Springfield rifle

M1 Garand semi-automatic rifle

Thompson submachine gun

Icon

H 10 X 2

Assault infantry
8x C 25 4xH 10 X 2
M 135

6

L Caliber of weapon
R Reload time

6

4

Thompson submachine gun

16x

Recruits
M 60 C 16

1

Weapon icon


Hull

H Number of men who make up the unit
X Weapons handling skills

Combat guide

Name of weapon

7

Infantry squads

Name of the unit
Icon

Combat guide

68x

5x

3.400x

1x

Assault infantry
The assault squads were trained to carry out attacks on enemy
positions. In order to do this they were armed with submachine
guns that provided excellent short range firepower, as well as a
large supply of smoke, antipersonnel and anti-tank grenades. These
troops specialized in urban combat; therefore the enemy tanks had
to avoid crossing areas where there may have been hidden assault
soldiers. The anti-tank grenades that they carried could take any
vehicle out of service, with the exception of the most heavilyarmored tanks.
In open country, assault soldiers were at a disadvantage, as
their submachine guns had less range and accuracy than the regular
infantry rifles. In this type of terrain, assault squads could
resort to smoke grenades to hide their movements and achieve their
objectives sooner.