|The Players Receive an Early Morning Briefing|
|The Bandits arrive coming in from the sea at dawn. |
Two groups of fighters (Me-109s) and five groups of Stukas.
One flight of the RAF is on patrol.
|Smoke from a previous strike on Tobruk guides the enemy.|
The RAF fling themselves into the fray.
|Carnage everywhere. The Luftwaffe pass on a high bomb run.|
They take hits from the AA while lingering over the site.
A 2nd RAF flight on its way home has been vectored in.
|Red Flight is out of the battle and Yellow Flight is in the middle|
of things, Yellow blows away two German units but falls to
|There was a third RAF unit but it didn't last long enough for|
me to take a picture.
Units must move toward a way point (wooded blocks). As radar I could adjust the location of one RAF any turn the radar worked and was successful at picking up a target. Units had two blocks but had to reach one location before going to the second.
Fighters may place a block on an enemy unit once they sighted it, thus allowing them to pursue it. Radar wasn't that finely developed so I couldn't tag an enemy unit. The allies won the battle due to the large number of German bombers shot down.