In this Friday Tactical Tip I go over the historical platoon structure and formations used by the United States Army in WW2 and talk to how the system revolves around the tactics of the platoon formation because of the squad unit's inability to create tactics and formations.
Sometimes the order in which you rout your units matters greatly, especially if No Quarter has or hasn't been declared. Most of what's discussed here doesn't apply to Starter Kit this time, as No Quarter and Prisoner rules don't exist in that system.
Motion status attempt helps protect your vehicle from getting flanked and/or driven right up next to and blasted at point blank range. It exists in both full ASL (D2.401) and ASL Starter Kit (18.104.22.168).
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