A79 Mike Red depicts the part of D-Day landings at Courseulles-sur-Mer, the most heavily fortified position – “Mike Red” – that the Anglo-Canadian forces had to face on Juno Beach. A total of 16 Canadian squads bore down on 5 second line German squads and 6 gun crews. The crews, with their 8 morale and self rallying ability, were the backbone to the whole German defence. The Canadians win by clearing all pillboxes of good order Germans and by exiting 7 VPs of personnel in 7 turns.
Attacker: Canadian (Company B, Royal Winnipeg Rifles, and Assault Team of 6th Field Company, RCE/A Squadron, 6th Canadian Armoured Regiment)
Defender: German (Infanterie Regiment 736)
Turns: 7 Players: 2 OBA: None Night: No
Near Courseulles-sur-Mere, France 1944-06-06
Squads: A:16.0 D:8.0
AFVs: A:10 LCA x 6 Sherman III DD(a) x 4
Guns: A:0 OML 2-in. Mortar x 3 D:1 5cm PaK 38 x 1 5cm leGrW 36 x 2