Iraqi Gaming Aids

Oil War: World War III In The Middle East Iraqi Gaming Aids
Iraqi Token Set (TTK12)... Iraqi Dice Set (TIQ900)...
Iraqi Token Set (TTK12)
includes four Bogged Down tokens, two Gone To Ground tokens, three Minefield tokens, four Anti-Aircraft token, one Ranged In tokens, two Foxholes tokens, four Bailed Out tokens and two Pinned Down tokens.

Even though they are toy soldiers, your troops react to heavy fire like real soldiers. Sometimes they get pinned down or bail out of their tanks. They can dig foxholes for protection or go to ground, hiding from the enemy. Tokens help you keep track of the state of your troops.The Iraqi Token Set contains 20 gaming token in the following breakdown:

4x Bogged Down token; 2x Gone To Ground tokens; 3x Minefield tokens; 4Anti-Aircraft tokens; 1x Ranged In token; 2x Foxholes tokens; 4Bailed Out tokens and 2x Pinned Down tokens.

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Iraqi Token Set (TTK12)

Iraqi Dice Set (TIQ900)
includes 20 Iraqi themed gaming dice.

The company of T-72 tanks advanced up the highway, their goal was the flank of the Iranian positions about three kilometres distant. Captain Mahmod Haddad had positioned his tank in the second tank in the column. As they closed to two kilometres, he signalled his tank commanders to fan out on either side of the highway. The tanks spread out line-abreast and came to a halt.

“Wait for my order to advance,” Haddad ordered over the company radio net. The captain knows the attack helicopters were not far away. The brigadier’s plan called for the anti-tank helicopter to first knockout the Iranian tanks, before Haddad’s tank moved forward to mop up the infantry and artillery.

A flight of Hind gunships zoomed over a few minutes later. Haddad checked his watch, right on time. They were followed, more cautiously, by a flight of Gazelles, keeping low and hugging the terrain. The Hinds struck first with their rocket pods, saturating the Iranian positons, before banking off to the south. The Gazelles then rose above the dust and unleased their HOT anti-tank missiles before dropping low to the ground and following the bigger helicopters south.

“Advance,” Haddad ordered his tankers. The tanks pushed through the wall of dust created by the wash of the helicopter rotors. At about 1000 metres the T-72s began to fire their 125mm guns and explosions erupted all along the Iranian position, adding to the black funnels of smoke already created by the helicopters.

Note: The Symbol on each die represents the 6.

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Iraqi Dice Set (TIQ900)