http://hudsonshideout.blogspot.com/2016/07/ocs-basic-combat-example...

The link above leads to a post I made about OCS combat

This post is to demonstrate the very BASICS of OCS combat. OCS is the Operational Combat Series by Multi Man publishing.


You can find more about it here:

http://www.multimanpublishing.com/Products/tabid/58/CategoryID/7/De...

The first thing we see in the image below are the two combat units involved in this attack. Picture if you will it is May 1940 and we have the 86th German Infantry Division attacking across a river trying to force back the 3rd Belgian Infantry Division (grey vs. green).

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Comment by Lawrence Hung on July 20, 2016 at 11:31pm

Many thanks for the post.  Every now and then all the splendid discussion on the concept and problem of supply on combat in the context of OCS. Truth be told that I haven't been able to play any one game in the series. But the study of the series is well worth the time and keeps reminding me of thinking differently from a supply perspective. I don't think this makes the other wargames less realistic but the different models are just thinking in a different mode and thus feeding in different information for the players to act upon. This is what fun about wargaming.

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