Tour of Duty '44
Submitted by: rickHH
Overlap your troops' field of fire. Ensure that they can
support each other. When the point man discovers the bad
guys, it's important that the rest of your force especially
the BARs and Bazookas--are in position to engage them.
Keep the sergeants out of the front lines. They are valuable
for several reasons, not the least of which is their allotment
of smoke grenades. Try to cover movement over open terrain
When fighting German armor, go for the side or rear shot.
Their "toughness," as Shrapnel calls it, is lower on the
sides and rear. This may be the only way that you will take
out a Tiger tank.