|Includes three plastic Leopard 1 tanks, two plastic Bo-105 PAH helicopters, one plastic Tank Commander sprue, one plastic Flight Stand, four Decal sheets, and thirteen Unit cards and one Team Yankee Mini Rulebook.|
NATO’s troops stand ready on the border awaiting the Soviet onslaught, confident in their abilities and equipment they have been given.
|Since its inception in 1949, NATO has been a community of free nations brought together with a common goal, to defend the freedom of Western Europe and North America. To do this Canada, France and the Netherlands deploy armoured and mechanised forces in West Germany|
|Leopard 1 Tanks (x3)|
|Major Smith scanned the woods from his Leopard C1. It was a cool, damp morning with thick clouds overhead. The booming of artillery could be heard in the distance.|
“All Callsigns Three-Niner, SITREP,” Smith said over the comms. As his company radioed in, a pair of Su-25s roared over the far hill. Each fired a missile, one narrowly missing Major Smith’s Leopard, the other slamming through a nearby tank, sending the turret ten meters into the air. As the company reacted, a Czech BMP battalion poured out of the forest on the far side of the valley.
|Dutch Leopard 1|
|Australian Leopard 1|
|BO-105 PAH Helicopters (x2)|
|“Here we go,” Leutnant Karl Leitz muttered, more to himself than his pilot as his pilot prepared to break cover. With that,|
they banked to the left and made straight for their next hide position, keeping one eye on the cluster of trees and the other on the radar warning receiver.Only when they were set and his pilot had managed to orient the aircraft to where they expected the Soviets would be did their PAH helicopter slowly rise up to treetop level.