|A panoramic view of the ongoing battle. The red icons are Russian, the blue ones my own Ukrainian Army troops and vehicles.|
It turns out that the Russian BMP-3s outclass my BMP-2s in the guns department. No surprises there, the burning BMP-2 in the foreground serves as a testament.
|Hidden and covered, my Ukrainian BMP-2 (foreground) waits for its prey. That Russian BMP-3 in the background keeps moving forward ...|
|The Russian BMP-3 (red icon) gets it in the flank. My BMP-2 (blue icon) is ordered to target one of those Russian T-72 tanks in the background. This fighting position needs some work: hull and turret down steps!|
|But when the T-72s fire back (white smoke puff), my BMP-2 reverses back to safety.|
|At the end of the battle, my BMP-2 has delivered some serious damage. Although it required some good amount of micromanagement and it never got to shoot at the enemy T-72s, the fires from this vehicle were relatively good.|
|The scenario time frame was just 30 minutes. Too short to account for infantry-tank cooperation. This AI-controlled enemy T-72 keeps overwatch as the infantry presses forward.|
|Russian scouts ended up the scenario controlling a farm house in the open fields near Marinka.|