COLD WAR 3 Rules for Modern WarFare 1960-1990 PDF Download

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COLD WAR 3 Rules for Modern WarFare 1960-1990  – PDF download

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The rules presented here in this 3nd Edition are completely revised and updated. This book is different from the 1st Edition in the fact that here, in one volume, you have rules for shooting, wounding, movement, line-of-sight, visibility, obstacles, direct and indirect fire, artillery and morale! This book brings your miniatures into the modern era! Included are the rules for basing and organising your squads and platoons that make up your combined arms force; comprehensive rules on artillery, Forward Observers, Forward Air Controllers, medics and Medevac, ‘off table’ artillery and fighting in the aftermaths of a Chemical, Biological, Radiological or Nuclear strike. This book can be used with the set of Handbooks already published by Dean Wilson, such as CARABINIERI: Italian Military Police and the Army of Italy; BATTLEFIELD BANGKOK: Royal Thai Army and Police and FULDA GAP: The Soviet Invasion of West Germany; as well as the forthcoming titles such as THE GULF! Desert Storm to Iraqi Freedom (Op Telic) 1991 to Present and AFGHANISTAN! Battle For Helmand Province.

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1 review for COLD WAR 3 Rules for Modern WarFare 1960-1990 PDF Download

  1. 4 out of 5

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    A great rules set. However, where are the Soviet helicopters and the VDV? One other observation: please recheck the document for spelling errors. There are quite a few. Links or page references are missing leaving the impression that this project was slightly rushed. Now for the good stuff: This rules set has almost everything you could want for a direct US USSR confrontation. The lists are very much in the Flames of war style and totally compatible. However, I guess we shall need an update in late March as Version 4 of the FOW rules will be showing up. One thing that might have been useful, and this is not a criticism, is a clearer list of manufacturers for vehicle and troop types in 15 mm. Clearly this has been a labour of love and the authors are to be congratulated. This is one set of rules that deserves to be printed. I think it is fair to say that this rule set continues where Team Yankee left off.

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