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Do incapacitations count as a soldier's kills?



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Re: Marine Gazette article on Close Combat (Score: 1)
by Hetser on Fri Feb 22, 2013 6:19 pm
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Written by Major (now Colonel) Brendan McBreen:
I have learned more about small-unit infantry tactics from the “Close Combat” simulation than I
have from fourteen years of Marine Corps infantry experience.

“Close Combat” is a computer combat simulation published by Atomic Games. The focus of the
simulation is on infantry combat at the small-unit level. The series currently consists of five versions:
Close Combat I: Omaha Beach, II: A Bridge Too Far , III: The Russian Front, IV: Battle of the Bulge, and
V: Invasion Normandy.

I am an infantry major with fourteen years commissioned service, seven years with 5th Marines, three
years in schools, and three years as an infantry training officer with the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab. I
have deployed overseas with 2nd Battalion, 5th Marines four times. I have commanded two infantry
platoons and one rifle company. I have served as a battalion operations officer and regimental operations
officer. I am a student of tactics. I have taught NCOs and officers infantry tactics. I have participated and
led tactical decision training.

None of these activities or learning experiences can match the effective and focused tactical learning that
I have experienced through repetitive fighting of the small unit scenarios in “Close Combat.”

“Close Combat” permits a player to fight hundreds of scenarios, make thousands of tactical decisions,
experiment with different tactics, and learn from his mistakes. I would be a far more qualified platoon
commander now than I was twelve years ago. Through fighting the “Close Combat” simulation, I have
internalized significant platoon-level tactical lessons:

• Long unsupported assaults are deadly . Assault for short distances, against a lightly armed or
well-suppressed position. A single enemy soldier can destroy a squad across 100 meters of open

• A long covered approach is always better than a short open route. Be careful of covered
approaches that cannot be covered by an overwatching unit.

• Every unit needs obscuration. Smoke save lives. Every assault and every withdrawal should use

• Fire and maneuver is the key tactic. Use the majority of your force to overwhelmingly suppress
the enemy, (to read the whole essay get back to me and I will post the link or the whole article if there is space)

Re: Merry Christmas Close Combat Fans & and an update on CCS! (Score: 1)
by rickstr on Wed May 29, 2013 6:44 pm
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Thank you for your congratulations. Glad that it continues to operate as normal and ftp is still in force. Zde really a lot of useful information. In general, the stage has been completed, and all remained on the old places, or even improved. So we can safely say that even developed.

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Re: Merry Christmas Close Combat Fans & and an update on CCS! (Score: 1)
by christopher2k on Sat Jun 15, 2013 1:53 pm
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Good article, Each point is good enough.Thanks for sharing your wisdom with us.

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