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Re: [GZG] [SG] IAVRs

From: Adrian <adrian@s...>
Date: Fri, 09 Dec 2005 00:16:45 -0500
Subject: Re: [GZG] [SG] IAVRs

> > I'm thinking for the doctrine I am going to follow it will be no
> than 2
> > IAVRs a turn.
>Actually what I'd do would be 2 actions, each firing 2 IAVRs, each
>salvo being at a different vehicle.

The more I think about this, the more I like the idea of allowing a
to salvo fire a couple of IAVRs from different troopers for a single

> > In a real world squad you have a squad leader and a team leader in
> > squad?
>Usually 2 Team Leaders.  :)  Depending on precise organization.  But
>SG doesn't model squad organization so it is really up to you.

John, while I realise that "official" tables of organization may get
up when a unit is actually on operations, does the US Army go with a
leader *and* fire team leaders, or with the squad leader leading one of
fire teams?

I ask because I *think* the current standard in the CF is for an
squad to have 9 troops - two fire teams of four (each with 3 riflemen
and a 
SAW gunner, and one of the riflemen having a 40mm GL on his rifle), and 
then the squad leader as the 9th guy.  Each of the fire teams would have
team leader.

(And, quite right, SG doesn't model any of this anyway... so being 
"finicky" about it isn't worth the effort other than for personal 

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