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AT THE SHARP END: OKINAWA

YOU decide the fate of Sergeant James Devin and his platoon of Marines in this final chapter of the bloody struggle for Japan’s last Pacific bastion. Sergeant James Devin wearily rubs his eyes as he tries to ignore the horrible smell around him – that of mud mixed with the sickening odor of decaying corpses. …

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INTERACTIVE COMBAT: AMERICANS VS. SOVIETS: FULDA GAP, 1980

You are Army Lieutenant Jack Raker, leader of a platoon of five M60A3 tanks in U.S. 3d “Spearhead” Armored Division stationed at Ray Barracks, Friedberg, West Germany. In the fourth decade of the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, your unit is part of U.S. Army Europe (USAREUR), the American ground …

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INTERACTIVE: SCREAMING EAGLES ATTACK CARENTAN, 1944

You are U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel Robert G. Cole, commander of 3d Battalion, 502d Parachute Infantry Regiment (PIR), 101st “Screaming Eagles” Airborne Division. Less than a week ago, on the night of June 5-6, 1944, your battalion parachuted into Normandy, France, as part of the Allied airborne drops conducted behind German lines to support the …

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INTERACTIVE: GERMAN GLIDER ASSAULT ON FORT EBEN EMAEL, 1940

You are Oberleutnant Rudolf Witzig, commander of 85 glider- borne German fallschirmjäger (paratroopers). Your mission is to attack Fort  Eben Emael, a formidable Belgian fortress located on the Belgium-Netherlands border near the Dutch city of Maastricht. The fort’s nearly two dozen artillery guns – supported by anti-tank guns, machine guns and a 1,000-man garrison – …

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INTERACTIVE: BATTLE OF TRENTON, 1776

Choose the correct target for an American infantryman facing multiple Hessian mercenaries. You are Private James MacFarlane, an infantryman in General George Washington’s Continental Army. Yesterday – Christmas Day 1776 – Washington led you and 2,400 troops in a blinding snowstorm across the ice-choked Delaware River to launch a surprise attack early this morning against …

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