Category Archives: Comand Section

Unit Inspection: SSU “The Drakoni” Commissar Squad

The Drakoni or Dragons are the squad choice for the Political Platoon’s Command Section.  Comprised of the most loyal individuals to the ideals of the SSU and SMERSH, the Commissar serves as much as a political advisory as they do military leader.  It is uncommon for such Commissars to form the Drakoni unless certain objectives as sought after.  Even more rare, it these squads to stay together more than a few months.  They are usually disbanded to allows the solo Commissars to aid other platoons.  The Commissars being trusted men of the bloc are also issued some of the best equipment avaible for battle.   They wear lighter body armor that has equal protection as the more common SSU personnel armor, but allows far more range of motion and ease of wearing.  They also have full access to SSU armories, though; the Drakoni ensure they can deal with a multitude of treats.

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Unit Inspection: Allies “Corps Officers” Heavy Ranger Command Squad

Each member of the Corps Officers are issued custom suits of the XM-18-22 assault armor fitted with the necessary tools to serve as an excellent force multiplier.   These power armor suits allow this command section to lead from the front where their heroics inspire their soldier’s morale during any battle.

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Unit Inspection: SSU “The Medvedi” SSU Command Squad

The Medvedi or the bears, are veterans of at least a dozen battles that have occurred on the soil of their beloved Motherland.  Like their namesake, they have the fury and tenacity associated with the Russian bear.  Being veterans of so many battles, this Command Section is well versed in the capabilities of infantry, armor, and aircraft to engage the enemy in every type of condition that can befall the great landmass of the Sino-Soviet Union from searing heat to the most frigid temperatures able to freeze a man solid.  The Medvedi quickly adapt to the rapidly changing weapons of war from the helicopter, walker, or even the new Steel Guard battle suits.

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Unit Inspection: Allies “Hell Boys” Ranger Attack Squad

Armed with not one but two flamethrowers this Command Squad is unlike any other.  Where most Command Sections want to stay back have issued orders from the relatively safe rear area, the Hell Boys want to lead the charge into the fight.  These brave, some would say crazy, men believe in leading from the front and demonstrating courage by example.  The causalities might be high, but certainly the enemy’s will be even higher as they quickly press the attack.

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Unit Inspection: SSU Koshka with Grand’Ma

Koshka is a the duplicitous Soviet femme fatale who is loyal to the bloc yet has aided the Bazooka Joe almost as often as he has betrayed him.  She is also an excellent walker pilot (but only for Grand’Ma) and even has her own personal KV47 walker codenamed: Grand’Ma.  Grand’Ma is a combination of the Nadya and Natasha walkers having a weapon from each equipped on this rare vehicle.  Koshka is the first, and currently the only, hero to have the option of being selected for an army list in either a command or hero section that can also have a vehicle (Grand’Ma) as well. These two units for the price of one section sometimes makes Koshka and Grand’ma a hard bargain to pass, especially when it can be difficult for the SSU to field several vehicles already.

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Unit Inspection: Allies “The Boss” Ranger Command Squad

They are the solider squad choice to lead the Allies Combat Platoon (they are the only squad of soldiers that can lead a Combat Platoon).  Each man in the squad a specialist bringing highly valuable skills to the war effort. The squad is led by an officer who functions as the unit leader, a mechanic that can keep the platoon’s vehicle’s in working condition, a medic who can quickly patch up soldiers to get them back in the fight, a radioman to help issue order all across the battlefield and zero in the enemy for artillery strikes, and finally, a machine gunner to keep would be assassins at a distance preventing a loss of command and control on the battlefield.

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