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October 25, 2022


Cpl. Mumbles

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Working on being more aggressive and faster when attacking objectives. Our defense when holding points against attackers is our strongest asset, but we need to work harder at using grenades/smoke and rushing points to take them before the enemy has a chance to react, and getting to objectives more quickly at round start.

Positive comments:

Today's drill was a practice on Hill 400 for the upcoming official scrim. First two rounds were attack-attack with a third round as attack-defend. Cpl. Mumbles was a squad leader and team leader for the allies, T/5. Cerberus was team sniper, and Pvt. Penance was a squad medic for the three rounds we played. We were unfortunately unable to capture the first two attack points, and although we lost the third defend point, we provided a much stronger defense in the third round against the Axis team, despite lacking in both AT units and mines. Pvt. Penance did excellent work as a squad medic and was able to revive several members of the team from multiple squads, while T/5. Cerberus' sniping almost won both of our attack objectives outright. Cpl. Mumbles and T/5. Cerberus were able to work out a defense plan on the third round that maximized both 360-degree coverage and maximum overwatch of enemy attack angles, leading to a high enemy casualty count before their tanks were able to move into position. T/4 Lorens excelled at finding good overwatch positions with high coverage and concealment as a rifleman, and proved to be a crack shot taking down enemy infantry.




Cpl. Mumbles -- Assistant Squad Leader, Officer and Team Leader

T/4. Lorens -- Rifleman

T/5. Cerberus -- Sniper

Pfc. SURG30N -- Machine Gunner

Pvt. Penance -- Medic




SSgt. Trapsimus Rex

Pfc. Stiger








Leadership Comments


Platoon Leader

Platoon Sergeant

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Company Commander

Executive officer

First sergeant

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