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Last Cavalry Charge PTO (id:#60699)
(BFP 3: Blood and Jungle ID:BFP-41)
Designer: David Roth
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January 15th, 1942, Troop E, as advance guard, was heading toward the village of Morong. The town sat strategically on the west coast of Bataan and the South China Sea, so the US Army intended to take Morong and build a defense line. G Troop platoon leader Lieutenant Ramsey and Filipino soldiers had just returned from reconnaissance duty and they were scheduled for some “R&R.” Since no one knew the territory better than Ramsey, he offered to assist. Ramsey was quoted as saying, “I did the one thing they tell you never to do in the Army–volunteer.” On the morning of the 16th, General Jonathan M. Wainwright, North Luzon Forces commander, had ordered Ramsey to take the advance guard into Morong. Captain Wheeler, the Troop E commander told the General that Ramsey volunteered to assist him with the assault. “Nonsense … Ramsey, move out!” Wainwright ordered. And history was made. Ramsey led three mounted squadrons into the jungle consisting of a 27-man advance guard of Philippine Scouts, the 26th Cavalry, and the 1st Regular Division of the Philippine Army. Encountering a Japanese infantry and artillery force at Morong, Ramsey ordered the charge that would become famous as the final horse Cavalry charge in history. After a bitter battle, E Troop emerged from the Bataan jungles disheveled and dog-tired. They were able to fend off the Japanese and hold the city of Morong, with only three casualties.
Attacker: American (Troops E & F, 26th Cavalry Regiment, Philippine Army)
Defender: Japanese (Elements of 122nd Infantry Regiment, 48th Division)  
Turns: 6.5     Players: 2     OBA: None     Night: No
Morong, Luzon, Philippines 1942-01-16
Unit Counts:
Squads: A:13.0 D:16.0
AFVs: A:0 D:3
M3A1 Scout Car(a) APC x 2
Type 97A TE-KE x 1
Type 97 Tr x 3

Guns: A:0
M2 60mm Mortar x 1
Type 89 Heavy Grenade-Launcher x 2
Victory Conditions:
Exit VP: Building Control VC: Area Control VC:
Unit Based VC: LOS Style VC: CVP Cap:
Misc Rules: PTO, LJ (Exc: Roads/bridges exist and Brush remains Brush)
Map Board(s): 32 38
Overlays: NONE
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hoxson1 Uploaded an Image2019-07-17 15:06:34
hoxson1 Modified the overlays2019-07-17 15:04:17
hoxson1 Modified the misc. rules2019-07-17 15:04:01
hoxson1 Uploaded the Board image2019-07-17 15:03:17
tjrez Added a playing2018-02-10 08:55:12
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2018-01-11(A) todd Rezack vs Martin Snow Japanese win
2018-01-01(D) todd Rezack vs Martin Snow Japanese winI played this twice and it seems a bit in favor of the axis.
2017-11-04(A) Paolo Cariolato vs Andrea Pagni American win
2017-01-14(A) Paolo Cariolato vs Andrea Pagni Draw
2012-07-02(D) Kevin Killeen vs Richard Carter Japanese winAmerican's initial charges were repulsed making it an uphill battle for the Americans
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Avg Rating: 6.78Votes: 9
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Estimated Play time: 5.1 hours
Recorded Games: 6
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Last Cavalry Charge
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[A] American 8
[D] Japanese 8
Sunday 15 December 2019 05:22:46 AM  (c)dramsey 2019