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Red Army Tankovy  

Red Army Tankovy Conscript T34 Army      By Robin Spence           
Having used these chaps for a number of years I thought I would write down my thoughts on their use. Hopefully it may help somebody whom is thinking of running them.                  
                                    
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                  The conscript Red Army Mid War T34 army from Eastern Front, my favorite army of the war. Totally unsubtle. Lots of Rusting hulks grinding the Axis scum under their tracks LOL Gaming the army under Flames of War is great fun. My armies always consist of the core 21 T34s. I always have two platoons of ten tanks. 7 of which would be T34/76 with anti tank 9 , firepower 3. I always upgrade 3 tanks in each platoon to the T34/57 which gives me anti tank 11 but firepower 4. This extra anti tank is invaluable especially if you attempt to go toe to toe with a Tiger tank. Not something I would recommend under most circs but if you can arrange to have 6 T34/57 shooting stationary that’s 12 AT 11 shots !!!. Now you are hoping the Tiger throws a couple of 1s or 2s depending on range, but even if you only bail it you can force a moral test. And we all know that’s a 50/50 chance of the Tiger crew running off. Just depends on the dice Gods.                 
                                   
                  I always try and keep the c in c between both units so it can effect morale. Very important if you have the odd bailed tank. It gives you that second roll of 3+ if the dice gods are unkind and you roll a 1 or a 2.   Also if possible make sure he is in cover, that way he is the last to take a hit.               
                                   
                  The T34s are the main stay of the army. You will either win or lose the game because of how you use them. I have won many games with just one or two surviving tanks. Always keep the platoon commander near the middle of the platoon and preferably in cover, this is so you have other tanks for him to jump into if bailed etc. You need to have both platoons working in close support. ALWAYS try and ensure that you get all 21 T34s firing each go. Do not bunch up behind thus screening your targets. Always try and eliminate your opponents anti tank assets immediately. If facing guns advance max distance and use up to 84 M.G. shots to destroy the Pak40s/38s or any other anti tank guns. Although you will no doubt need 6s (5s if the recon are doing their job) on the first attempt you will get a few hits and your opponent is bound to have a few 1s in him. Worst case scenario he is pinned which means you can remain stationary the following go and hopefully blast them out of there holes with your main guns. The anti tank guns then have a choice the following go. Do they fire and lose gone to ground thus opening themselves up to certain destruction in the next phase or do they hunker down and try and survive.                 
                                   
                   If your facing tanks then your action depends on your opponents front armor. If Panthers, Churchiills or Tigers etc then use your speed and numbers to go down the flank. You could send one platoon down the flank or both. One trick is to flank with one platoon whilst keeping the second platoon stationary. Either way when the Panther or similar fires, one of your platoons will get side shots on the turret. Against most other tanks with lower front armor use the same principle as opponents anti tank guns. If your anti tank is greater than its front armor then use the multitudes of stationary shots to either penetrate it or force it to bail and fail moral test for being multiple bailed.                  
                                   
                  You have wide tracks so remember that charging tanks into woods etc is not such a problem as it is for normal tanks. I always try and soften my opponent up before charging in, remove anti tank assets within 8’ etc. Conscript tanks require 5s to destroy opponents. Not always easy which is why you need so many hulls. Sometimes you can get lucky and throw several 5s and 6s in a row but on the other hand sometimes its 1s and 2s, just like banging your head against a brick wall. Don’t get swamped by pioneers. If it starts to look sticky simply withdraw from the fight and use your guns again. T34s are to valuable to risk throwing a 1 in defense against some half trained rookie with a pen knife. If in doubt back up and shoot.                  
                                   
                  T34s are fast tanks so in rare circs when your opponents deployment and the terrain allows you can double 32’. If you are likely to end up in front of an ambush or opposing anti tank then don’t do it.                  
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    The Escorts. In my opinion are great but to expensive in a normal game. You need the points elsewhere.  I have modelled them on my T34s as they look good !!               
                                   
    The Recon. BA-64s are a must. I use between 3 & 5 depending on points. They are jeeps so get 16’ moves. The more you have the more chances of removing gone to ground in those first rounds when your T34s are trying to dig out anti tank guns etc. Look after them as they can help the T34s win the game. Use the recon wisely. Try and get them in a position so that they can remove gone to ground immediately. Also use them to push opposing ambushes away. Its a very small unit so if you are crafty you can keep it hidden behind terrain and use it to zip onto an uncontested objective. I always upgrade two of them to anti tank rifles for free. This has won me more than one game. Anti tank 5 into recon etc is not to be sniffed at.            
                      
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                  So depending on points being played assuming 1750 if I have 21 x T34s with the upgrades and 4 x BA-64s. This gives me  305 points left. I recommend using:-                 
                                   
    The Stuarts. Use 10 Stuarts. Low front amour (3) but rate of fire 2 with Anti tank 7 and fire power 4. Again as per the T34s that’s 40 MG shots against opposing anti tank assets or dug in infantry. The Stuart can take care of opposing Anti tank guns whilst big brother T34 takes out something bigger. Assault wise they don’t have wide tracks so need to be used more cautiously but I wouldn’t  hesitate to use them in an assault in the open instead of the more valuable T34. Being a fast tank they can double 32’. Again you need to be cautious and not get jumped by double diced anti tank guns etc. But with anti tank 7 stick 10 of them on a Panthers flank and the Panther will be sweating. Close range that’s a bail/penetration on defensive rolls of 1s and 2s.            
            
    The T60 At 1650 points the Stuart is to expensive. I recommend the T60. It has a rate of fire of 2 as opposed to a T70 which is rate of fire 1. It doesn’t have wide tracks as does the T70 but is a great massed MG platform and can do the same as a Stuart or T34 in open ground assaults. Ideal for pinning anti tank/artillery or light armed vehicles. It also enables you to get an extra BA-64.       
                      
                                    
    Rota Razvedki. I have used these chaps on numerous occasions. You can slot them into the army but only at the expense of the Stuarts or T60s. Having used them many times I have to say that they can be very useful. Flame thrower with 4 dice. Jeeps (16’moves) with 0.5 AA . However I find them a little vulnerable. Your opponent only needs 5 hits to pin. The amount of times that has happened to me I have lost count. It’s a matter of choice. 10 tanks with 40 MG shots and a little more survivability or 9 Rota that can run around in woods and buildings. In my experience it’s the Rota that end up being destroyed.  Edited 17/05/14 Universal Carrier option. You can have at no extra cost UVs. These are Transports. If mounted that's 27 MG shots. Trouble is as transport teams they are vulnerable to small arms fire with armor of 0. If bailed or penetrated that's a moral test to stay on table. If destroyed that's a passenger test as well.               
                                   
                  Aircraft. Some people are great fans of aircraft whilst others find them frustrating. Personally I find them frustrating. I always call them an if and when weapon. If they turn up, if they range in, if they hit, when they get hit by AA, when the opponent saves, when they get intercepted etc etc In my opinion unfortunately there is little room in The Red Army Tankovy list for them. You cant reduce the numbers of T34s so the only way you can slot them in is to reduce the numbers of light tanks ie change the Stuarts to T60s and use Sporadic Air. Not something I would recommend. This army is an up front and personal army. You need to get into your opponents face asap. You can’t be hanging around waiting for opposing aircraft to pick you off, hang around under artillery templates or wait for opponents reserves to turn up. Basically if you are doing it correctly your aircraft would be to close.          
                  
 Grant Lee: Lend lease tank. shipped into Russia in large numbers during the war. I have 10. I have seen them used instead of the T34/76. Its cheaper. has a lower front armor, 2 x main guns, anti tank of 10. However it can not be upgraded to anti tank 11, does not have wide tracks, has a lower front armor and is not a fast tank like the T34.                 
                                    
Im not a fan as you will probably have spotted of any of the other support options which are selectable for the army. In my opinion they are all to expensive or simply going to be a Victory point loss for you.                 
                                   
                  If you wish to build the Red Army Tankovy using Battlefront models then you have two options. You can buy the T34 box set SUAB04 this gives you the 21 T34s that you need. However I have designed my Conscript army around all the variant earlier T34/76s. I wanted to have a true conscript, grubby, rusting mixed bag of T34s so I went for a mix of the following SU052, SUO53, SUO55, SUO58, SUO60, SUo61 or a box set SBX01 (Contains 5). All my tanks have the tank riders mounted on the back. This is for look only. I like the modeling and painting side of the hobby as much as the gaming side.

 

 Painting the army. The sky is the limit with regards to painting your force. (Well just as long as you have some green LOL) You can follow the guidelines in the Battlefront books and come up with some very acceptable results. However in my opinion the bog standard allied tank in green is fairly uninspiring. Recently I have started painting my alled vehicles in lighter shades. My current conscripts are painted (airbrushed in my case) using Russian uniform Green. I then use a rust wash and a mud stick to give it that unkempt look. My Late War Guards Tankovy I used a darker green and then airbrushed some brown camo over the top. If your feeling brave you could do the whitewash which I think looks good, however im simply not brave enough to try it. Also as 99% of my games tend to be on green tables I dont think white tanks look so good. Bearing in mind the number of T34s churned out some were sent straight into service unpainted. This could be represented by simply using a black wash over a base coat of gunmetal. I use Nuln Oil. Again a mud stick adds finishing touches etc. A friend of mine (Dave) spent an incredible amount of time on his Russians. I have put the link to some of his work below.

http://www.breakthroughassault.co.uk/2013/03/pscs-t-70-painting-guide.html

I believe it was rare for soviet tanks to have the red star or many slogans on the side of the tanks. However we are talking toys here so I think it adds to the character of the model.

 A couple of my recommended lists are below. More can be found on my Flames of war Blog. Address at the bottom. Hopefully this will have been of interest to some players. It really is a great fun army that if used aggressively will win more than it loses.                
                                   
                  1750 point army                 
                  HQ T34/76 75 points                 
                  T34/76 x 7 T34/57 x 3 635 points                 
                  T34/76 x 7 T34/57 x 3 635 points                 
                  Stuarts x 10 305 points                 
                  BA-64 x 2 MG & x 2 Anti Tank Rifles 100 points                 
                                   
                  1650 point army                 
                  HQ T34/76 75 points                 
                  T34/76 x 7 T34/57 x 3 635 points                 
                  T34/76 x 7 T34/57 x 3 635 points                 
                  T60 x 10 180 points                 
                  BA-64 x 3 MG & x 2 Anti Tank Rifles 125 points     
   
  At 1625 and 1600 simply drop a BA-64. Once you get lower than 1600 points things get sticky. Maybe a couple less T60s and or a couple less T34s however when and rarely if I play at this lower points level I would look at the Matilda option or possibly The Lee option, The Mixed Tankovy are an ideal army at 1500 points          
                                   
                  Regards                 
                  Robin                 
                  robinspence@hotmail.co.uk      

 

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Interesting link re the development of the T34      http://www.flamesofwar.com/hobby.aspx?art_id=1014
                  
         If you are interested in Late War Guards Tankovy, we have a discussion on the below link        
                         
                  http://www.robinspence.webs.com/   http://www.flamesofwar.com/Default.aspx?tabid=126&aff=5&aft=560789&afv=topic        
                 
                        
                             
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             Tankovy Batalon(Red Army) 1650 points

  Fearless    Conscript  Tankovy Batalon(Red Army)
Tank Battalion
Soviet Mid-War
Tank Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)  p.189
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942 with Mariya Oktyabrskaya
100
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)  p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)  p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army)  p.191
10
T-60 obr 1942
180
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car Platoon Fearless  Trained   p.206
2
2
BA-64
BA-64 w/ PTRD anti-tank rifle
100
Company Points:1650
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

           Tankovy Batalon(Red Army) 1650 points

  Fearless    Conscript  Tankovy Batalon(Red Army)
Tank Battalion
Soviet Mid-War
Tank Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army) p.189
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
75
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army) p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army) p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army) p.191
10
T-60 obr 1942
180
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car Platoon Fearless  Trained   p.206
3
2
BA-64
BA-64 w/ PTRD anti-tank rifle
125
Company Points:1650
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front 

                            1650 point Tankovy Army (Cids version)

Fearless    Conscript  Tankovy Batalon(Red Army)
Tank Battalion
Soviet Mid-War
Tank Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)  p.189
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
75
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)  p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army)  p.191
8
2
M3l (M3A1 Stuart)
M3l (M3A1 Stuart) with AA MG
315
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army)  p.191
8
2
M3l (M3A1 Stuart)
M3l (M3A1 Stuart) with AA MG
315
Corps Support
Armoured Car Company Fearless  Trained   p.193
10
BA-10M
310
Company Points:1650
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

           Tankovy Batalon(Red Army) 1750 points

 Fearless    Conscript  Tankovy Batalon(Red Army)
Tank Battalion
Soviet Mid-War
Tank Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army) p.189
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
75
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army) p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army) p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army) p.191
10
M3l (M3A1 Stuart)
305
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car Platoon Fearless  Trained   p.206
4
BA-64
100
Company Points:1750
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front 

          T34 Tankovy Batalion(Red Army) 1750 points

 

Tank BattalionSoviet Mid-War
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)p.189
1
T-34 obr 1942 with Cupola
80
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.191
10
T-60 obr 1942
180
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car PlatoonFearless Trained p.206
3
BA-64
75
Corps Support
Air Supportp.232
3
Sporadic Air Support Il-2 Shturmovik
145
Company Points:1750
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

           T34 Tankovy Batalion(Red Army) 1675 Points

 

Fearless Conscript Tank BattalionSoviet Mid-War
Tank Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)p.189
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
75
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car PlatoonFearless Trained p.206
3
BA-64
75
Corps Support
Razvedki PlatoonFearless Trained p.205
1
8
5
Cmd SMG team
SMG team
M3A1 armoured transporter w/ additional AA MG
255
Company Points:1675
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

                        

          T34 Tankovy Batalion(Red Army) 1750 Points

 

Fearless Conscript Tank BattalionSoviet Mid-War
Tank Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)p.189
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
75
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
2
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
T-34/57 with Mariya Oktyabrskaya
660
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car PlatoonFearless Trained p.206
4
2
BA-64
BA-64 w/ PTRD anti-tank rifle
145
Corps Support
Razvedki PlatoonFearless Trained p.205
1
8
4
1
Cmd SMG team
SMG team
M3A1 armoured transporter
M3A1 armoured transporter w/ additional AA MG
235
Company Points:1750
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

          T34 Tankovy Batalion(Red Army) 1675 points

 

Tank BattalionSoviet Mid-War
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)p.189
1
1
T-34 obr 1942 with Cupola with Mariya Oktyabrskaya
Tankodesantniki SMG team
120
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
6
3
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
T-34 obr 1942 with Cupola
640
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.191
10
T-60 obr 1942
180
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car PlatoonFearless Trained p.206
4
BA-64
100
Company Points:1675
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

          T34 Tankovy Batalion(Red Army) 1625 points

 

Tank BattalionSoviet Mid-War
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)p.189
1
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
75
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
7
3
T-34 obr 1941 or 1942
T-34/57
635
Light Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.191
10
T-60 obr 1942
180
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car PlatoonFearless Trained p.206
2
2
BA-64
BA-64 w/ PTRD anti-tank rifle
100
Company Points:1625
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

   Matilda Based Tankovy Batalion(Red Army) 1750 Points

 

Tank BattalionSoviet Mid-War
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Red Army)p.189
1
1
Mark II 76mm (Matilda II CS)
Tankodesantniki SMG team
70
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
9
Mark II 76mm (Matilda II CS)
405
Medium Tankovy Company(Red Army)p.190
10
Mark II 76mm (Matilda II CS)
430
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car PlatoonFearless Trained p.206
3
BA-64
75
Corps Support
Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy CompanyFearless Trained p.187
3
KV-85
625
Air Supportp.232
3
Sporadic Air Support Il-2 Shturmovik
145
Company Points:1750
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

              Tankovy Batalion(Guards) 1625 points

 

Tank BattalionSoviet Mid-War
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Tankovy Batalon HQ(Guards)p.189
1
1
Mark II (Matilda II)
Tankodesantniki SMG team
90
Combat Companies
Medium Tankovy Company(Guards)p.190
10
Mark II 76mm (Matilda II CS)
575
Light Tankovy Company(Guards)p.191
10
T-60 obr 1942
235
Weapons Companies
Light Armoured Car Platoonp.206
4
BA-64
100
Corps Support
Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy Companyp.187
3
KV-85
625
Company Points:1625
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

    KV1 Based Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy Polk (Guards) 1750 points

 

Guards Heavy Tank RegimentSoviet Mid-War
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy Polk HQp.187
1
KV-1s
165
Combat Companies
Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy Companyp.187
3
KV-1s
495
Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy Companyp.187
3
KV-1s
495
Corps Support
Heavy Assault Gun Company(Guards)p.233
2
SU-152
280
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
9
1
Cmd SMG team
Rifle team
Maksim HMG team
170
Air Supportp.232
3
Sporadic Air Support Il-2 Shturmovik
145
Company Points:1750
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

              Strelkovy Batalion(Guards) 1750 points

 

Fearless Trained Rifle BattalionSoviet Mid-War
Infantry Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Strelkovy Batalon HQ(Guards)p.217
2
1
5
Cmd Rifle team
Komissar team
Pioneer Rifle team
130
Combat Companies
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
1
18
1
Cmd SMG team
Komissar team
Rifle team
Maksim HMG team
305
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
1
18
Cmd SMG team
Komissar team
Rifle team
280
Weapons Companies
Strelkovy Anti-tank Company(Guards)p.220
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
45mm obr 1942 gun
120
Strelkovy Regimental Gun Company(Guards)p.221
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
76mm obr 1927 gun
75
Strelkovy Heavy Mortar Company(Guards)p.221
1
4
1
Cmd Rifle team
120-PM-38 mortar
Observer Rifle team
115
Corps Support
Tank Destruction Company(Guards)p.234
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
57mm ZIS-2 gun
260
Tank Destruction Company(Guards)p.234
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
57mm ZIS-2 gun
260
Strelkovy Artillery Battalion(Guards)p.224
1
1
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
Staff team
Observer Rifle team
122mm obr 1938 howitzer
205
Company Points:1750
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

             Strelkovy Batalion(Guards) 1675 points

 

Fearless Trained Rifle BattalionSoviet Mid-War
Infantry Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Strelkovy Batalon HQ(Guards)p.217
2
1
Cmd Rifle team
Komissar team
35
Combat Companies
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
18
Cmd SMG team
Rifle team
275
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
18
Cmd SMG team
Rifle team
275
Weapons Companies
Strelkovy Heavy Mortar Company(Guards)p.221
1
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
Komissar team
120-PM-38 mortar
105
Strelkovy Scout PlatoonFearless Veteran p.223
1
2
Cmd SMG team
SMG team
100
Corps Support
Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy Companyp.187
3
KV-85
625
Tank Destruction Company(Guards)p.234
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
57mm ZIS-2 gun
260
Company Points:1675
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

               Strelkovy Batalion(Guards) 1625 points

 

Fearless Trained Rifle BattalionSoviet Mid-War
Infantry Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Strelkovy Batalon HQ(Guards)p.217
2
1
5
Cmd Rifle team
Komissar team
Pioneer Rifle team
130
Combat Companies
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
1
18
Cmd SMG team
Komissar team
Rifle team
280
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
1
9
Cmd SMG team
Komissar team
Rifle team
150
Weapons Companies
Strelkovy Anti-tank Company(Guards)p.220
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
45mm obr 1937 gun
105
Strelkovy Regimental Gun Company(Guards)p.221
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
76mm obr 1927 gun
75
Corps Support
Gvardeyskiy Tyazhelyy Tankovy Companyp.187
3
KV-85
625
Tank Destruction Company(Guards)p.234
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
57mm ZIS-2 gun
260
Company Points:1625
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

             Strelkovy Batalion(Guards) 1550 points

 

Fearless Trained Rifle BattalionSoviet Mid-War
Infantry Company
PlatoonQtyUnitPoints
Headquarters
Strelkovy Batalon HQ(Guards)p.217
2
1
2
2
5
Cmd Rifle team
Komissar team
45mm obr 1942 gun
Horse-drawn limber
Pioneer Rifle team
190
Combat Companies
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
1
18
Cmd SMG team
Komissar team
Rifle team
280
Strelkovy Company(Guards)p.218
1
18
Cmd SMG team
Rifle team
275
Weapons Companies
Strelkovy Heavy Mortar Company(Guards)p.221
1
4
1
Cmd Rifle team
120-PM-38 mortar
Observer Rifle team
115
Strelkovy Scout PlatoonFearless Veteran p.223
1
1
4
Cmd SMG team
Komissar team
SMG team
170
Corps Support
Tank Destruction Company(Guards)p.234
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
57mm ZIS-2 gun
260
Tank Destruction Company(Guards)p.234
1
4
Cmd Rifle team
57mm ZIS-2 gun
260
Company Points:1550
www.EasyArmy.comSource document: Eastern Front

 

Flames of War Events

 

2015 UK Events Confirmed

 

January 11th Breakthrough Assault Bournemouth One day Event Early War 1550 Points Contact: ben@breakthroughassault.co.uk

 

January 25th Normandy campaign - Brighton one day, Late War 1750 Points

 

February 7th & 8th 'Corrivalry' www.corrivalry.co.uk late War 1800 points

 

February 21st, Operation Blockbuster, Late War 1750 Dunfermline Scotland Contact: richard.hardy@prospect.org.uk

 

February 28th & March 1st 'Breakthrough Assault' Late War 1650 points Contact: ben@breakthroughassault.co.uk

 

March 7th & 8th 'Sturm' Early War 1550 points www.reluctantconscripts.co.uk Contact: m.rood@ntlworld.com

 

April 3rd - 6th 'Trinity' EW, MW, LW, 1500 points Contact: hammy@periscopelive.com

 

April 11th & 12th BHGS 'Roll Call' Early War 1550 points www.bhgs.org.uk

 

April 18th & 19th 'Art of War' Early War. 1550 points Contact: Steve Charlton at armylistuk@yahoo.co.uk or tim_harris65@hotmail.co.uk

 

April 25th Bournemouth One day event Late War Contact: bloodbowlnut@hotmail.co.uk

 

May 9th & 10th 'Campaign' Milton Keynes Team Comp EW 1500/MW 1650/LW 1750 www.mkws.org.uk Contact: madlemmey@hotmail.com

 

May 16th Solent Wargamers Armageddon 45, Late War 1750 point one day event http://solentwargamers.co.uk/

 

May 30th & 31st 'Games Expo'Contact: hammy@periscopelive.com

 

June 6th & 7th 'Sturm' Mid War www.reluctantconscripts.co.uk Contact: m.rood@ntlworld.com

 

June 20th & 21st BHGS 'The Challenge' Mid War 1750 points www.bhgs.org.uk

 

June 27th & 28th Welsh Open Championship Late War 1675 Points www.firestormgames.co.uk Contact:robertaledroberts@sky.com

 

July 18th & 19th 'Attack' Devizes Mid War 1750 points www.ddwg.org.uk Contact: robinspence@hotmail.co.uk

 

August 1st & 2nd 'Adolf Don't Surf' www.adolfdontsurf.co.uk. Early War

 

August 7th, 8th & 9th 'ETC' Prague, Early War 1550 points European Team Event

 

August 7th,8th,9th 'BHGS Britcon' Manchester www.bhgs.org.uk

 

September 12th & 13th 'Eastern Front' Bournemouth 1650 point Mid War Comp (Sold Out) Contact: robinspence@hotmail.co.uk

 

Derby 3rd & 4th October Flames of War comp only proceeding if organiser found Contact: competition@worldwargames.co.uk

 

November 7th & 8th 'Sturm' Late War www.reluctantconscripts.co.uk Contact: m.rood@ntlworld.com

 

November 14th & 15th 'Warfare' Reading Mid War & Late War www.wargamesassociationreading.co.uk Contact: derrywulf@talktalk.net

 

December 5th & 6th 'Conflict' www.conflictcentral.co.uk. Mid War Details TBC

 

December 12th & 13th 'Pickn mix' MW & LW 1500 points Contact: hammy@periscopelive.com

 

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