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lonestarv1 ( 138 )
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Post by lonestarv1 » Tue Oct 18, 2011 3:01 am

hey yall im new to FOW and was wanting to do a 91st cal from the casino book any thoughts on what boxes to buy?
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Post by friar.tuck » Tue Oct 18, 2011 4:31 pm

Per the FOW folks: They were at the front of the advance through Tunisia, Sicily, and Italy before taking up the important role of linking the US 5th and British Eighth Armies in front of Cassino. The rocky mountains and muddy valleys have forced the cavalrymen to dismount and fight on foot, bringing with them an impressive arsenal of machine-guns, bazookas, mortars, light tanks, assault guns, and explosives.

The 91st is a very interesting unit. Here's some additional links if they'll help you: ... -91cav.htm


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