The dreaming spires of Kakstadt Ost - border defences to the fore, Party HQ in the background.
As the US advance began, a lapse in NATO air superiority allowed a DDR airstrike to sneak through. Bertrand was initially excited at this news but his shoulders visibly slumped when I handed him this pair of antiques.
Notwithstanding the antiquity of the planes the strike was very effective.
At this point the border defences opened up with artillery and mortar fire.
A gap in the minefield was swiftly created and the US armour trundled through.
By now Sgt. Yuk was deployed to prevent further Warpact air incursions.
NATO then had another go at the border defences. A further air strike by this F-84G was followed by...
...some commendably accurate gunnery. Warpact fire slackened noticeably.