A few weeks ago I ran Bob Cordery's Operation Vijay game at the Sheffield Club. Five players attended (of whom more later). Bob had lent me all the maps and briefings for the game - the toys are all mine anyway!
The Indian team took the decision to have their army units advance in a single column - in contrast to the three-pronged approach adopted at COW in July! The Air Force was sent in to bomb the radio station and a crucial bridge. Sadly they couldn't find the former and missed the latter. Naval vessels had a worrying encounter with a Portuguese gunboat but fog soon ended the indecisive action.
Superior Indian force soon prevailed but not quite in time to prevent a UN resolution.
Martin reprises his role as the Governor General.
Mark, Pete (who had made a special journey from darkest Huddersfield for the game) and Jerry.