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    Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    As I ask in my title, is there an option to create a demi-"brigade"? I know units can be linked jointly as battle groups, but it would be good if there were a more integral to this go. The seven parts to shift together in the hexagonal-to-hex at the rate of its slowest member. They also fight together. The key difference between this and the escorts is that the units are not far behind and if the drive to be escorted by repairs to the rest of the group tends to follow unless you intervene. Anyone have any idea about this?

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    Re: Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    If you use battle groups and move to a common speed and get the most out of this. Units shipped for repair does not automatically return to BG after repairs, but can be easily found and ordered it. A half brigade combat team is a regiment is normally formed around an infantry company, which are actually asking is like an entire brigade armored battalions formed by 2-3, 2-3 mechanized battalions, one battalion artillery, and a company / battery / squadron each of the engineers / ADA / recognition.

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    Re: Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    During World War II divisions were operating organization during the Cold War in the west were administrative organizations, just look how the Bundeswehr needed to cope with the forces of the Covenant! The Bundeswehr plus 6 each defense brigades and regiments were ordered home to stop Soviet forces / Covenant parity 1-1 until the bulk of NATO forces could be mobilized and deployed in Europe within 3-6 months . Covenant forces only planned on using ridge formations division during this time.

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    Re: Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    If we take some examples below, the British Army of the Rhine (BAOR) was a heavy training operating in a context of division. They had three armored divisions as part of the BAOR. The Americans deployed V Corps (V Corps) in Germany with VII Corps, which were involved in the fight against the Soviet attack in combination with other NATO assets. VII Corps consists of: USA First Armored Division, U.S. third Armored Division and U.S. Division Infantry first, once again all the strength heavy divisions.

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    Re: Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    Three BAOR div in Germany plus there refiorger div Anglia in each three brigade headquarters of Task Force 10 RGT / btn's under his command, the USAE had a similar organization. Canadians (1 + 2 refiorger bde), Dutch (6 bds), Belgium (4 BDS) and the Danes used their 2 div the same way that the Bundeswehr. The Bundesheer was trained to be mobilized within 72 hours of an attack with 345,000 rag terr 400,000, 615,000 and 20,000 res-trained paramilitary Politzei Berlin to stop the onslaught of Soviet and let the rest of NATO and NOTHAG CENTAG to mobilize and up force in 6 weeks or more.

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    Re: Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    Your claim that all these units were reinforced brigades simply absurd. U.S. and British troops in Germany in the thousands at the height of the Cold War. One component is the first British Armored Division was a division of the fighting force until 1990, where all the numbers were drastically reduced. By 1990 the British sent between 53,000 and 57,000 men, only in Germany. I could give many more examples, but what's the point - ask me to invite anyone to look up the number and composition of forces - most of it is unclassified and in the network.

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    Re: Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    When WWI began was the Corps who fought shoulder to toe, at the end was the division. When WWII began was it replaced the Infantry Division and by the end of the war (in the west only) Taylor did battle. When the Bundeswehr was formed remembered the lessons of World War II than any other nation of anthers and became the Brigade. A standard Bundeswehr has 3 Pz btn, btn 2 PG in addition to their organizational units including replacement btn and those assigned by the Division Artillery father, ADA, and the pioneers with 3026 men, and the same organization, except 2 btn and 3 PG btn with 3,800 men.

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    Re: Is there any option to create a demi-"brigade” in Supreme Ruler Cold War

    Along with the artillery battalion and numerous SOF, engineer, ADA and support units. But this is not typical of the "Cold War" battle. In Vietnam, most of the operations battalion and below. Only occasionally will receive or brigade larger operations. After the end of Vietnam's army was actually the opposite. While improved training and equipment the Army spent an inordinate amount of time obsessing about the Division units above.

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