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    OTT-EYM Mission 9 – The Marshalling Yard – March 5th 1917 by ShadowDragon

    EYM Scenario by Mikeemagnus:

    https://www.wingsofwar.org/forums/sh...by-Mikeemagnus

    A weary Siggi Christiansen, left arm in a sling, slumped into mess chair to sip the welcome cup of hot coffee. It had been a trying couple of weeks hiding out behind enemy lines after being shot down, but he had finally made it back to the Jasta. The good news was that he was promoted to oberleutnant and Jasta commander, but the bad news was that it was because the prior commander, Fritz Böhning, had died in the same melee in which he was shot down. However, that was the way of promotions in times of war – they came because someone was seriously injured, captured or killed and, for aircrew, it was often the latter. Still “oberleutnant” was quite an achievement for a Frisian farm boy.

    Not the most distressing part of the promotion but still distressing was that the doctor declared that it would be a week, due to injuries sustained in the crash, before Siggi could resume flying duties. The real distressing part of that was that not being able to fly didn’t prevent Siggi from doing administrative tasks. He sighed as he looked at the stack of papers on the table that had built up since Fritz’s demise.

    “Oh well”, he muttered and picked up the first paper.

    Then in walked Leutnant Hans Bauer. Hans had just returned to duty from his injuries. He was glad to see that Siggi was alive and well – and promoted since it meant Hans wouldn’t have any administrative chores.

    “Ah, Hans, how goes the Jasta? How many are fit for duty?” asked Siggi.

    “Other than me, there’s Feldwebel Schobinger. Oh, and a recruit – Leutnant Maximillian von Hünerbein – just out of flight school.”

    “Schobinger knows his stuff. What do you make of the recruit?”

    “A bit too cocky for my liking. Beside the handicap of being an aristocrat it seems he managed to shoot down an enemy tandem – likely luck more than skill, but it made him the hero of his class.”

    “Hans, you need to stop reading stuff written by that Karl fellow, it will only get you in trouble with top brass. Anyway, I’ve read the report on von Hünerbein. No doubt his ego will come down to earth with enough combat experience. Three pilots though, that’s not a lot. You’ll be in charge and, as far as I’m concerned, you have one task – bring everyone, including you, back alive.”

    Across the lines, the last of X Squadron, RNAS, were getting their daily tasks from Rumsbottle.

    “An order just in – they want our Strutters to bomb some railyards. Well, we’ve only two aircrew available – Ian’s and another if Teddy teams up with Corporal Perrin. How many scouts left, Nigel?”

    “Jack’s still selling war bonds. Other than Jan I’ve assigned the rest, so it will have to be Jan. You okay with that, Jan? It should be an easy mission – go in, the tandems drop their eggs and fly straight back. With any luck you won’t meet any enemy scouts.”

    “I’m more than okay with that,” replied Jan, but he said nothing of hoping that they would meet some enemy scouts. Jan was the only scout pilot in the squadron that had yet scored a kill.

    Ian and Teddy looked at the maps of the area to be bombed. Ian didn’t like it.

    “We stand a good chance of killing a few civilians on this mission.”

    “Yes, but orders are orders,” replied Rumsbottle. “It’s a dodgy mission alright. Just get in as quick as you can and, as Nigel put it, drop your eggs on what looks like a military target.”

    Some cloud had caused Ian (Strutter 1)to separate from Teddy and Jan and stray to the south of the target area.

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    Teddy (Strutter 2), on the other hand, was right on target.

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    Jan (Kruger) approached slightly behind and above Teddy.

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    The prize for being closest to the target area was to be the target of the Hun Archie. The shell burst, but it was not even close to Teddy’s Strutter. Either the gun crew were inexperienced, or they hoped that by making a show of it without endangering the enemy aircraft the enemy would leave them alone.

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    Teddy’s Strutter approached the town. Given the whole town was the “target”, Teddy released the first of the Strutter’s two bomb loads.

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    Ian got his bearings sorted out and banked the Strutter to port – lining up the aeroplane with the target area.

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    Unfortunately for the X Squadron plan of a quick “in and out”, the Archie had attracted a kette of Hun Albatri – led by none other than Hans Bauer.

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    Teddy banked his Strutter to circle around the town so that he could drop the second bomb load on the way back to the naval station.

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    The first bomb load well short of where Teddy had hoped they’d fall – which was to be on top of what looked like warehouses and lorries.

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    By now, Ian’s Strutter was near enough the town. Ian released his first bomb load.

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    The Archie had reloaded and, again, singled out Teddy’s Strutter, but, again, the burst was no where near the Strutter. This was a very inexperienced crew or one that didn’t want to attract too much attention.

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    Bauer and his wingmen were now near enough for Hans to sort out what was happening.

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    Jan had spotted the Albatri. His job was to keep the enemy scouts away from the tandems. The Tripe did a tight turn to the starboard. Jan was going head to head with all three Albatri.

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    Of course, that meant six machineguns to Jan’s single one.

    “He’s a brave man”, thought Hans. “He could soon be a brave dead man.”

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    Hans signalled to his two wingmen. Max was to attack the green Strutter while Feldwebel Schobinger would attack the CDL Strutter. Hans would take on the brave pilot in the triplane. Meanwhile, the Hun Archie again singled out Teddy’s Strutter for a “show of force” airburst.

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    Both Jan and Hans started Immelmann turns for another head-to-head attack. The Strutters started their turns back towards the target area while the pursuing Albatri dove down towards them.

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    Teddy had been closer to the target area and so was still ahead of Ian when heading back. His Strutter would be the first to encounter to two pursuing Albatri.

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    Meanwhile, Jan and Hans, having completed their Immelmann turns met as planned. It wasn’t six guns to one, but it was still two to one and Jan’s Triplane got the worst of the exchange.

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    Surprisingly, it wasn’t Teddy’s Strutter that was Max’s target, but Ian’s. Max had misjudged his timing and Teddy’s Strutter was too close – a bit too close, thought Teddy, but it didn’t deter Teddy from releasing his last bomb load. (Note: the line of sight from Max to Ian’s Strutter just passes along the edge of Teddy’s Strutter.)

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    Max adjusted to avoid the CDL Strutter for a close-range attack, but he found his Albatros first the target of the front and then the rear guns of the Strutter. Hans Schobinger had finally caught up and joined in on the attack. (I think I missed having Corporal Perrin fire at one of the Albatros. The line of sight for both was through the rear of the card but it looks like both targets were at long range. Oh well.)

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    Now well behind the Albatri, Teddy noted with satisfaction that the bombs fell right where he intended – hopefully no civilians were in the area. It was time to head home.

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    Was proud to find that, after completing his Immelmann, his prey was at close range. Closer still – but just by a smidge was Schobinger’s Albatros (or so observers on the ground would verify – Schobinger disagreed). Both Max and Schobinger could hardly miss; it was far too much damage for the Strutter. Ian tried to “glide” his damaged aeroplane to land in an open area - one that would avoid buildings! Fortunately, he had dropped the second load of eggs. It was enough to try and safely land a badly damaged aeroplane; he didn’t need unexploded ordnance on board. (Closer plane, Schobinger's, fires first but didn't inflict enough damage to down the Strutter. The further plane, Max's, fired second with enough for the kill.)

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    Ian’s bomb load was only slightly off target.

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    Teddy looked back to see the other Strutter hit the ground – or “land with a thud” if you prefer. He signalled to Jan to head home. Jan was a little disappointed to not get a kill but looking at his badly damaged Tripe, heading home was probably a good idea. The Hun Archie fired a “salute” at the departing British aeroplanes. “Strange Archie”, thought Teddy. (Note: either I missed firing the AA gun earlier or did and forgot to take a photo. I’m not sure which it is, but either way it’s fitting with the overall performance of this AA gun’s crew.)

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    Max and Schobinger vainly tried to catch their fleeing enemy.

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    Seeing that there was no hope of catching their prey, Hans signalled his two wingmen to head back to the aerodrome. The enemy had dropped their bombs, but they had downed one of the enemy bombers. Hopefully the kill would be Schobinger’s and not that of the cocky aristocrat, he thought.

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    Back at the Jasta, Schobinger avoided the argument and let Hans Bauer argue his case for the kill, but it was not to be. Ground observers verified that it was the green Albatros that downed the enemy Strutter. Hans suppressed his feelings. If the mad aristrocrat would come down to earth as Siggi had said, it would have to be another time.

    Results of the bombing – sorry about the shaky lines. I didn’t want to get ink on the bomb cards.

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    Scenario Results
    Seadogs: Bombing Points for military targets = 29 points

    Adlers:
    Tandem aircraft shot down or FRTB = 1 X 10 = 10 points
    Points for Seadogs bombing civilian targets = 27 points
    Total = 37 points

    An Adler Victory

    Details of the bombing results:

    Strutter 1 – Ian David-Lloyd / Colin Booker

    1st Bomb
    Military Targets
    Full Damage: Tracks = 2 pts
    Half Damage: 2 X Tracks = 2 pts, 2 X Warehouses = 2 pts
    Total Positive = 6 pts

    Civilian “Collateral Damage” Targets
    Half Damage: Church = 5 pts, School = 5 pts, Hospital = 5 pts, 2 X Houses = 2 pts
    Total Negative = 17 pts

    2nd Bomb
    Military Targets
    Full Damage: Lorries = 2 pts
    Half Damage: 3 X Tracks = 3 pts, 4 X Warehouses = 4 pts
    Total Positive = 9 pts

    Civilian “Collateral Damage” Targets
    Half Damage: 2 X Houses = 2 pts
    Total Negative = 2 pts

    Strutter 1: 15 positive points and 19 negative points

    Strutter 2 – Teddy Mahan / Louis Perrin
    1st Bomb
    Full Damage: Warehouse = 2 pts
    Half Damage: 1 X Warehouse = 1 pt
    Total Positive = 3 pts

    Civilian “Collateral Damage” Targets
    Half Damage: 3 X Houses = 3 pts
    Total Negative = 3 pts

    2nd Bomb
    Full Damage: Warehouse = 2 pts
    Half Damage: Arms Factory = 5 pts, 2 X Warehouses = 2 pts, 2 X Tracks = 2 pts
    No Damage: 1 X Tracks (full damage from Stutter 1’s 1st bomb)
    Total Positive = 11 pts

    Civilian “Collateral Damage” Targets
    Half Damage: Hospital = 5 pts
    Total Negative = 5 pts

    Strutter 2: 14 positive points and 8 negative points

    Bombing Total for Mission: 29points positive points and 25 negative points

    -10pts for loss of tandem.

    Total points for Mission: 29points positive points and 35 negative points

    Last edited by flash; 11-02-2023 at 03:28. Reason: Tally / Result Tidy

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    Butcher’s Tally

    The Sea Dogs

    FSL Ian David-Lloyd: (P2) Strutter (CDL): SD-ET / WIA / 0 kills
    C&W rolled 6 -1SD - 1WIA = 4 - Injured - Skip 1D6 Scenarios, rolled 5 = skip 5
    E&E rolled 8 -1WIA -1WIC = 6 - In hiding! - Skip 1D2 Scenarios, rolled 4 = skip 2

    AM2 Colin Booker: (O) Strutter (CDL): SD-ET / 2WIA / 0 kills (Bombed target area X 2)
    C&W rolled 7 -1SD -2WIA = 4 - Injured - Skip 1D6 Scenarios, rolled 4 = skip 4
    E&E rolled 7 -2WIA -1WIC = 4 - Captured and escaped! - Skip 1D3 Scenarios, rolled 2 = skip 1

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    Lt Teddy Mahan: (P2) Strutter (PC10): RTB / 0 kills

    Cpl Louis Perrin: (O) Strutter (PC10): RTB / 0 kills (Bombed target area X 2)

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    FSL Jan Kruger: Tripe: RTB / 0 kills

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    Adlers

    Ltn Hans Bauer: White DIII: RTB / 0 kills

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    Ltn Max von Hünerbein: Green DIII: RTB / 1 kill (CDL Strutter)

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    Fwbl JHans Schobinger: Lt Blue DIII: RTB / 0 kills

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    Last edited by flash; 09-16-2023 at 03:21.

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    Good job, bombs on target and nearly got away with it clean !
    Max's cammo looks effective over the target area when compared to his comrades & well done to Honeybuns for his kill !

    Uncle says:
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    Well done for getting through, chaps, hard luck for David-Lloyd & Booker but maybe they'll make it back yet, at least they dropped their eggs on the baskets..!
    We'll have to await reports on what damage they caused, meanwhile, there's time to drink to their health in the Mess

    Lt Teddy Mahan is awarded a Bar to his Military Cross for his continued service in the name of the King
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    Sapiens qui vigilat... "He is wise who watches"

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    Nice little action Paul and some great photos to back it up. The 3d terrain looks fantastic.

    Well done to the newcomer for his first kill in the Jasta. It seems that the older hands will have to put up with him if he carries on this way.

    Rep on its way.

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    Well done Paul. As far as your crews are concerned, the bombing mission was a success. The actual effect of the bombing, however, will only ever be known when the reconnaissance photos are returned. Whatever they turn out to be, your pilots did their job and did it well. Bad luck on losing one of the tandems and it looks like the crew will be out of the picture for the remainder of the campaign. But the news is that they survived and are on their way home again!

    When the recannaissance photos appear you will be able to calculate the results for yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash View Post
    Good job, bombs on target and nearly got away with it clean !
    Max's cammo looks effective over the target area when compared to his comrades & well done to Honeybuns for his kill !

    Uncle says:
    Well done for getting through, chaps, hard luck for David-Lloyd & Booker but maybe they'll make it back yet, at least they dropped their eggs on the baskets..!
    We'll have to await reports on what damage they caused, meanwhile, there's time to drink to their health in the Mess

    Lt Teddy Mahan is awarded a Bar to his Military Cross for his continued service in the name of the King
    Thanks, Dave. I generally avoid using the industrial and town mats because they make it hard to see the planes in the photos but they seemed appropriate for this mission. I'm sure Teddy will treasure the award, but, alas, too soon in the war for a Presidential Citation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hu Rhu View Post
    Nice little action Paul and some great photos to back it up. The 3d terrain looks fantastic.

    Well done to the newcomer for his first kill in the Jasta. It seems that the older hands will have to put up with him if he carries on this way.

    Rep on its way.
    Thanks, Gary. An insufferable aristocrat, who would have thought? Maybe I'll bring back Jack just to shoot him down, but with Max's luck he'd end up with a scar on his pretty face that would make him even more attractive to the ladies.

    Quote Originally Posted by mikeemagnus View Post
    Well done Paul. As far as your crews are concerned, the bombing mission was a success. The actual effect of the bombing, however, will only ever be known when the reconnaissance photos are returned. Whatever they turn out to be, your pilots did their job and did it well. Bad luck on losing one of the tandems and it looks like the crew will be out of the picture for the remainder of the campaign. But the news is that they survived and are on their way home again!

    When the recannaissance photos appear you will be able to calculate the results for yourself.
    Maybe HQ should sack the intel boys. Surely they could do better than, "oh here's a map, you fly boys figured out which are the important targets". Seems like the front line chaps have to do everybody's job.

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    Well played and documented, Paul.
    Your scenery looks great and really adds to the overall effect.
    REP sent

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    Jan (Kruger) appears to have a bit of a death wish but surprisingly he survived mixing it with 3 Albatrii. Nice report Paul and it looks as if you might be successful, only Mike knows.
    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vagabond View Post
    Jan (Kruger) appears to have a bit of a death wish but surprisingly he survived mixing it with 3 Albatrii. Nice report Paul and it looks as if you might be successful, only Mike knows.
    Cheers
    Jan's death wish is entirely my fault. I was so excited to use the Tripe's tight turn, I didn't think that all 3 Albatri would still be together and at the same altitude, but he survived and now I have a personality quirk for one of my pilots. It's interesting that once such a quirk emerges it seems to continue on in future scenarios - like the pilots that seem to avoid the fight.

    As for mission success, Mike hinted but with "pain of death" if I said anything, but his "hint" was so vague that I would know whether I did well, poorly or indifferently. It was hard to miss the target area - a letter size are - but it wasn't often that my intended point of impact ended up in the bomb card's footprint and, if it did, the random selection of the primary target meant something else was the point of impact. A long winded way of saying that in not case was my primary point of intact ever the final point of impact, which I think was Mike's intention.

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    Bombing results are posted above - a very, very marginally successful bombing mission according to the scenario description (highly questioned by the hospital staff and patients) but, in any even, tipped into a definite loss for the Seadogs with the downing of one of their tandem.

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    Hi Paul, nice story and scenery enhancements, planes were decent too. All the “eggs” dropped in the target area, but the points tally was not kind and the local civilian populace not too happy! Tripe had to show a clean pair of heels after trying to take on the Albatros, there were just too many in the end and a long injury lay off for the downed Strutter crew.

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    That's a tough loss after so much effort, Paul, so close to a partial victory but by having to go in blind it was always a risk.

    Sapiens qui vigilat... "He is wise who watches"

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    Quote Originally Posted by flash View Post
    That's a tough loss after so much effort, Paul, so close to a partial victory but by having to go in blind it was always a risk.
    Going in blind was Mike's intention, I believe. I sort of knew it would be not-so-good based on Mike's PM when I posted the AAR, so it wasn't a surprise. I made the mistake that hitting warehouses would be more valuable than railway rolling stock and went for the centre of mass or what looked like warehouses. Intel on the HQ and arms factory would have been nice...well, any intel would have been nice. Still reasonably accurate for a time when they frequently bombed the wrong town.

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    Going in blind was Mike's intention
    accurate for a time when they frequently bombed the wrong town
    Spot on Paul. A well played mission and your reasoning behind the targeting is fine. Intel was indeed often lacking or inaccurate.
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeemagnus View Post
    Spot on Paul. A well played mission and your reasoning behind the targeting is fine. Intel was indeed often lacking or inaccurate.
    Mike
    Better reasoning would have suggested concentrating on the rail rolling stock, even if they were worth fewer points than warehouses which they weren't, since rolling stock are clearly military and the concentration was spatially more separated from the what might be civilian structures. Even so, it was Strutter 1's first bomb that really hurt - damaging all of the major civilian targets. It should have gone straight one more turn before turning towards the town. That would have brought it over the concentration of rolling stock. I suppose fear of loitering too long whilst Albatros DIII were about made the crew anxious about dropping their eggs and getting home safely - a task that Strutter 1 failed to do anyways. I suppose using one of the Seadog aces instead of the inexperienced Jan might have helped too, but I want to spread the combat experience around a bit.

    As it was the reasoning was very sophisticated - i.e., go for the centre of mass of targets, bomb the heck out of it and go home as quick as you can. Can't imagine that ever happened in real life.
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    Gallant effort Paul. The French civilians below will like your Seadogs almost as much as the Hun. Good to see all the boys made it back, one way or another.

    Love your planes and now the 3d terrain. The bar goes higher and higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teaticket View Post
    Gallant effort Paul. The French civilians below will like your Seadogs almost as much as the Hun. Good to see all the boys made it back, one way or another.

    Love your planes and now the 3d terrain. The bar goes higher and higher.
    I’m sure the civvies appreciated the effort. Btw did you see the Danish film about a school being hit by the British in WWII - in an attempt to take out a Gestapo HQ?



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