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Wydawca: Decision Games

Magazyn Modern War plus gra Operation Musketeer

 

Golden Dragons in the Battle of Mogadishu: In October 1993, soldiers from the 2nd Battalion, 14th Infantry Regiment found themselves engaged in a brutal fight during the Battle of Mogadishu.

 

Other Articles:

Operation Musketeer - Cold War Confrontation at Suez: The Suez Canal remains an important geopolitical nexus, connecting European trade with the Middle East and Asia. In 1956, it became a battleground following its nationalization by the Egyptian government.

Operation Eagle's Summit - Completing Kajaki Dam: Electrical power remains scarce in Afghanistan. When two turbines needed replacing at the Kajaki Dam, British and Coalition forces launched the largest logistical operation since World War II to help bring power to southern Afghanistan.

Absurd or Inevitable? A US-Russian 21st Century Alliance: On 27 May 1997 the NATO-Russia Founding Act was signed in Paris. Here’s our analysis of how all that came apart and where that relationship may be heading in the future.

 

Operation Musketeer is a wargame based on the assumption that the 1956 Anglo-French-Israeli invasion of Egypt turned into a major superpower confrontation in which the forces of the Soviet Union and United States became involved. Historically, the invasion was ended because both the USSR and USA opposed the Allied invasion. But, the assumption here is that, instead, both Moscow and Washington were drawn into the conflict and deployed combat forces to support their respective camp. The game system emphasizes command control. Each side is composed of different contingents. Players activate their contingents through the use of Command markers. This models the historical command-control factors involved in multi-national operations during the 1950s. Players command ground and air forces, and there is the possibility of nuclear war breaking out. There are two players: the Allies (including France, Britain, Israel and the US); and the East Bloc (Egypt, USSR).

 

Components: One 22" x 34" map on one sheet & 228 counters 

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