I have produced a number of printable card middle east style buildings for use with my Fireteam:Modern rules.
The buildings are designed for 20mm (1/72) scale miniatures. For smaller scales players can print them scaled down in size.
The buildings are available as free PDF downloads below.
Small Building 2
Large Building 2
Elements of a British Army platoon were tasked with clearing an area of Insurgents.
The British Force
The British force consisted of a command team and two fire teams armed with SA80s and Minimi LMGs. Supporting the platoon is a Jackal armoured vehicle armed with a 40mm automatic grenade launcher.
The Insurgent Force
The insurgent force was made up of 4 cells armed with AK47s and RPGs, a sniper and a technical armed with a HMG.
The British fire teams cautiously advanced towards the occupied buildings.
The insurgents laid down high volumes of fire from their protected positions on the rooftop so, suppressing the British infantry in the street below.
The jackal was knocked out in a hail of RPG fire from the rooftops.
By the final turn the British had taken heavy casualties and were forced to withdraw from the area.
The British lack of fire and air support combined with the insurgents effective use of hidden movement allowing them to take up good firing positions led to the insurgent victory.
A new army list for Armoured Strike is now available. The list allows players to build a modern US Army Stryker armoured vehicle battalion.
The List is available here as a Pdf.
A few days ago I received a hard copy of my Naval Command rules from the print on demand website Lulu.com. The book itself is a 96 page paperback A4 with black and white inside pages (this keeps the printing costs down) and is available for the bargain price of £15.00. The rulebook contains all the rules needed to play the game and fleet lists for a range of nations.
The rulebook can be purchased from lulu.com
New Ship Data cards are now available for Naval Command. These are designed to be printed out with each being roughly the size of a postcard. Each contains all of the data for each class of ship meaning that players wont need to keep referring back to the rulebook or fleet lists for ship data during the game.
Ship Data Cards (Modern British, USA and Russian)