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Hinds, like anything else soviet, work best in numbers. A small number won’t be great, but a larger squadron can do great things. Also, the are better in the afghansky briefing where they have higher skill ratings for things like their rocket pod bombardment. You have to use the good with the bad. Yes their [...]
I use them mainly for tank hunting with some use of the terrain. I try to be close (5cm or 2″) to high terrain like buildings and woods. This terrain has to be between the Hinds and the opponent’s AA. It’s not an easy task but when the terrain is dense it works. In the [...]
Who has some good ideas for using Hinds in Team Yankee? In the few games I have played, the lack of range for the missiles is a decided disadvantage. I had much better luck with the Frogfoot squadrons.
Not quite the one I was looking for. As I recall correctly there was a show where @lloyd explained the dimensions they used and everthing in more detail. I think it was a few days or weeks after the bootcamp. I browsed through many many stuff but couldn’t find it. I think he said something around [...]
I think you want this one :
@ 4:15 the inside is shown.
It’s a basic box shape with a few extra bits to strengthen the structure.
Hello, with the release of Leopard my mate finally got into Team Yankee. He was waiting for the Leopards and all the Bundeswehr stuff since I talked about my Bootcamp experience and my chat with Jean-Paul B. We played last Friday a 75Pts. game (red vs. red) and he loved it from the beginning. But [...]
They are 12 by 12 inch floor tiles like the ones you can see here:
Heavy as the dickens but they look great and hold the paint and flock well.
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