The T-72 M1 proved to be more than adequate for this mission.
At the risk of being repetitive, I will re-post the tactical plan from the previous entry.
|At ABF "East", in hull down positions. Final seconds before opening fire on the enemy camp (far background treeline).|
|Gunner's sight view. Taking out one of the two enemy infantry bunkers outside the perimeter of the camp. Both bunkers were destroyed.|
|We fired a couple of rounds into the building/barracks and we set them on fire quite quickly. The smoke screen in front of the enemy camp is likely from an enemy BMP that was struck by the shrapnel of our fire.|
|As I mentioned before, firing from the T-72 M1 requires some time with the eyes out of the gunner's sight. The gauge that the cross is pointing out is for the ammo and allows the gunner to see how much ammo rounds of each type are left.|
We then went back to cover and reloaded our ammo. It was time to move out to our next ABF position "South".
|Our approach towards the ABF position "South" was extremely slow. Fortunately, the smoke from the smoldering buildings at the camp allowed me an easy navigation.|
Then I called the mission to an end. There is a lot to write about this. Stay tuned for an AAR that will show what we hit and what we missed.