what deos one model represent?

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what deos one model represent?

Unread post by george s. rommel » Sat Aug 23, 2014 3:50 pm

what deos one model mean in numbers I'm under the impression that each model represents a platoon.

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Re: what deos one model represent?

Unread post by Locozugmeister » Sat Aug 23, 2014 8:56 pm

george s. rommel wrote:what deos one model mean in numbers I'm under the impression that each model represents a platoon.
I believe each Infantry Soldier is a squad of 4 - 6 men. Each weapon (MG, Mortar, Bazooka, Flamethrower etc....) is a single unit. Each vehicle is a single unit and, each airplane is a single unit.

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Re: what deos one model represent?

Unread post by curtm1911 » Tue Jan 06, 2015 8:00 pm

Locozugmeister wrote:
george s. rommel wrote:what deos one model mean in numbers I'm under the impression that each model represents a platoon.
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I believe each Infantry Soldier is a squad of 4 - 6 men. Each weapon (MG, Mortar, Bazooka, Flamethrower etc....) is a single unit. Each vehicle is a single unit and, each airplane is a single unit.

Hope this helps.
This a good Rule of Thumb to use. Two/Three Squads are a Platoon. Two//Three Platoons are a Company. Audacitly could clarify size better. He was an Officer in the Canadian Army.

Hope this helps you.

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