One this page I'll provide links (and some taster photos) to all my WW3 After Action Reports starting with the most recent and working backwards.
Destroy the Bridge/Capture the Bridge AAR 2
US Army vs the Soviet horde
Destroy the Bridge/Capture the Bridge AAR 1
West Germans versus Soviet Motor Rifle BTRs and T-80s
Destroy the Bridge / Capture the Bridge Mission
The scenario for the above two AARs
Royal Marines up against Soviet Naval Infantry in Norway
West German Fallschirmjager blocking force versus elements of a Soviet Forward Detachment
Beyond the Beaches of Gromitz
Soviet Naval Infantry take on West German Territorials in the Schleswig-Holstein
No Tanks Here - Move along...
For something different - we played a no tanks allowed battle - M113 mounted US Mechanised Infantry versus Soviet Motor Rifle Troops in BMP-1s
Another game pitting US mechanised infantry - this time mounted in Bradleys - up against a Soviet Motor Rifle Battlegroup. M1s vs T-80BV (with the odd Apache thrown in for good measure)
The Road to Hunfeld - Game 1
1st part in a three game series run over a weekend. This game was a small reconnaissance mission between the scout elements of a West German Recon Company and a Soviet Recon Company
Road to Hunfeld - Game 2
The second game ramped up the action with a Soviet Combat Recon Patrol taking on a West German Covering force.
Road to Hunfeld - Game 3
The final battle saw a Soviet BTR company up againsta mixed bag of West German Paratroopers and Panzergrenadiers.
Another Soviet vs West German game - this time centring around a small Soviet bridgehead being counter attacked.
Covering Force vs Reconnaissance by Fire
This game involved a BAOR covering force trying to defeat/delay a heavy Soviet Recon by fire force.
The Recce Screen
Something of a Prelude to the previous game - this was a very small action, again between the BAOR Recce screen and a Soviet Recon probe.
1st Solo Game
My first crack a a solo WW3 mini-game.
Although I do have a few more AAR's up on the blog I won't link them here as they were all played with a different "rule set" and not representative of what we've been doing more recently.