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The Dogs of War – New Vassal Module

Thanks to our Embedded Combat Engineer John Rainey, a new version for The Dogs of War Vassal module is here. And yes, the extension allowing to use it in combination with Less Than 60 Miles is ready too!

300 kilometres of World War Three front, with more than 5 Warsaw Pact Armies smashing against 5 NATO Corps. Forget about tomorrow.

Installing The Dogs of War Module:

  1. Download and install the latest VASSAL version (3.5.3)
  2. Download C3_The Dogs of War_v1_15.zip
  3. Unzip C3_The Dogs of War_v1_15.zip
  4. Open C3_The Dogs of War.vmod with Vassal

Installing the Combined Modules Extension:

  1. Download C3_Combined Campaign_v1.zip
  2. Unzip C3_Combined Campaign_v1.zip in the same directory of the TDOW module
  3. Open Vassal, right click on The Dogs of War module and select “Add Extension”

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The Dogs of War – European POMCUS Committed

As already happened last year, we were keeping a small The Dogs of War strategic reserve in Europe, earmarked for future conventions…..Needless to say, no convention is in sight, so part of the reserve is now committed to the front!

Also, please be aware that this equipment is shipped from Europe. CONUS and Canada should expect higher than usual shipping costs due to Soviet activity in North Atlantic.

SITREP 20210323 0734ZT: A Sukhoi-24 strike destroyed the depot. No more reserve equipment is available.

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Welcome to Braunschweig – The Dogs of War AAR

Elias Nordling, Grognard Emeritus and Swedish Military Attaché to West German I Corps, reports on the assault of the Soviet 35th Motorized Rifle Division to Braunschweig, defended by 2 Panzer Brigade.

D0 H06 – Starting Positions

It is morning fog, which favors superior NATO optics. The Soviets try to use air for spotting targets but don’t find anything. The long distance artillery on the other hand is lucky and manages to suppress the recon battalions in the forward line. NATO air tries to disrupt the armoured columns but are ineffective.

D0 H06 – Air Strikes

Pact troops cross the border, but someone (themselves) have put mines and barbed wire and stuff all over the place, so the going is slow. some force marches are used to get in contact with the enemy, and one regiment takes losses from the fast tempo.

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The Dogs of War – VASSAL Module version 1.1

The fighting in the BAOR Sector can now be followed on the ARPANET, thanks to the VASSAL Module developed by our Embedded Engineer John Rainey!

Operational Procedure:

  1. Download VASSAL 3.5.3
  2. Download TDOW Module
  3. Unzip TDOW Module and open it in VASSAL
  4. Any strange glitch? Refresh Counters!

Click here to download TDOW Vassal Module version 1.1

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The Dogs of War – Japanese Version

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The Dogs of War – Players’ Gallery

In no particular order, a collection of the incoming reports about the situation in the BAOR sector. I’ll add more satellite images as they arrive!

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Less Than 60 Miles – Update Pack

These optional add-ons will allow to use in Less Than 60 Miles all the changes introduced by The Dogs of War, the latest module in the C3 Series.

NOTE 1: If you own The Dogs of War only, move along. You already have everything.

NOTE 2: if you own both C3 modules, the only thing you need is FM 04 002 – SITREP Update.

Updated Counters and Markers

WG III Corps has now a separate chain of command, and OOB and TO&E for West German formations have been slightly revised. Moreover, Warsaw Pact Sappers have been added.

Updated C3 Series Tables

The same tables you’ll find in The Dogs of War box.
Includes units and silhouettes legend and a graphic summarizing the possible Posture changes.

FM 04 002 – SITREP Update

Changes to specific LT60M Scenarios

The Dogs of War Rules

The same rules you’ll find in The Dogs of War box.