Take a look at the tactical situation of this scenario. I am playing as the New Zealanders (green icons).
|Kudos to the scenario designer who put me into this. A platoon of NZ infantry supported by a light mortar must secure two objectives (railway station to the left and the far to the right).|
|So, borrowing from Robert Leonhard's The Art of Maneuver, I've made one of the enemy's strengths (the high ground position on the farm at the top of the hill) irrelevant by using smoke.|
|The smoke screen allowed my PIAT team to deploy and fire at the railway station, unmolested by the Germans at the high ground (farm).|
|An infantry team moving into the assault position at the railway station. The thick smoke screen is fading out, but it still enough to negate the fire from the Germans at the high ground (background).|
|Moving up the hill to clean up the enemy remnants. Mission accomplished!|