Treize Khushrenada Jun 29 @ 10:30pm
Trouble with Poland is not lost.
Okay i have tried this mission many times but to know evail. I have tried to essentally tank rush to the bottom sector of my allies, i have tried to get helicopters in to but they are just shot down. Any tips to this mission would be appreciated.
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Treize Khushrenada Jun 29 @ 11:17pm 
Never mind, i got it with exactly one unit left. I had one infanty squad with 13 guys hide in the building by the command vehicle and i turned all weapons off so they were completely hidden from the enemy. Got it by the skin of my teeth.
Sassy Liquor Jul 6 @ 7:05pm 
Yeah after like, 30 times I gave up.
Bunny Jul 31 @ 1:49am 
This is one of the tougher missions. It is not easy, but it is possible to achieve all objectives in a single playthrough. I've managed to win this without losing any units of my own, only losses were some Allied units. Remember to save.

1. Establish a defensive line at Anna with some tanks and a heli-recon.

2. Take helicopter gunships and a heli-recon to the left side of the map and wipe out the enemy commands in Gregory, Ivan, Olga & Nicholas. Be careful when you get to Olga & Nicholas. (You should be able to reach Olga within the 10 minute limit. If it is too difficult for you to wipe out all of them, just take out Olga & Nicholas. Remember to use FOBs to repair and rearm your gunships.)

3. Put a command in Olga or Nicholas for easy reinforcement and get some decent tanks into Leonid to help your Allies. (You can use the Allied command from Leonid for this purpose.) You now have a convenient reinforcement route and only have to face attacks from two sides, i.e. the direction of Paul & Constantine.

4. Remember that the enemy will send the occasional force to your starting point at Anna.

5. If you feel like it take Michael/Boris/Fedor for some extra points. (I usually take Boris early on for the extra points, sometimes Fedor too, but you might find it too difficult to defend Anna/Boris/Fedor while attacking elsewhere at the same time.)

A. If you are good at micro you can rush a heli to your allies early on in order to gain control of their forces and rearrange them into a better defensive position. I believe the enemy will then start to attack with greater vehemence, so it's a bit of a tradeoff.

B. It is possible to punch through the center of the map with heavy armor, but I wouldn't recommend it. The area around Jot is well defended and you risk getting flanked from all sides. Should you managed to reach your allies you will find yourself surrounded and cut off just like they are. That's not much of a rescue...

Granted, it is still possible to win, but the casualties will be very heavy.
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