Upplagd: 29 juni
Combat Report for HQ
Codename: Operation Stalemate II
Veteran class Squad leader #2, DidHeDied
Time of operation: 8:32am, September 15th, 1944
Clear weather, humidity and temperature both high.
Our commander (Dr. Steve Brule) has tasked squad #2 with taking objective Bravo on the airbase beach island of Peleliu.
Near unacceptable casualties expected.
8:45am, we land and begin our assault on the airfield. I smack hotkey 6 for my binoculars, and get an artillery mark for Commander Brule.
But our Commander was not at the radio... He was solo charging the enemy line (smoke grenade in hand) and singing backstreet boys are back on public voice comms; with overwhelming gusto.
I later found out this is called “psychological warfare”
At first the enemy couldn’t believe what this American was doing and were hesitant to shoot, Commander brule then ran back to the battalion radio after laying down a smoke screen for squad #2.
He then gave his orders “Wait for the first 3 salvos of artillery, then we ♥♥♥♥ them like a warm cherry pie boys!”
I count the salvos and keep my squad in check, on the start of the 4th salvo I let out a piercing battle cry over team voice comms; and we begin our charge over no man's land.
9:15am, squad #2 advanced into and took the enemy trenches of objective Bravo.
During our assault we took 3 casualties to type 99 MG's: LulzBoy69, Drunkenballsack and MustyGooch, may their souls rest in peace (for the next 8 seconds, 7 seconds, 6 seconds, FORCE RESPAWN BY DR. STEVE BRULE).
Squad #2 fought valiantly for the next few points, we had a brave flamer lead the charge, and riflemen follow, with our MG’s dishing out relentless amounts of lead suppression on the enemy positions.
♥♥♥♥ I have to go now, I don’t have time to finish my report.
I am only allowed 10 minutes of computer. Now I have to put on the jacket that stops my arms from moving and go back to my room.
My room has soft walls, it is nice, but it gets a bit lonely sometimes.
You’ll probably get to join me here if you buy the game, yay I can’t wait to see you!