A hypothetical Soviet invasion of the West set in a late 1980's or 1990's context. The Russian tide is sweeping west but is threatened in a sector by a bold NATO counter stroke. Soviet XXX HQ have informed XX HQ of a dangerous flank development. West German paratroops have seized a bridgehead over the Anna river. The Anna river line had previously been the right defensive flank of the advance. This is now compromised.
The West German bridgehead must be crushed before a NATO armoured column relieves it. Two Soviet Motor Rifle Regiments are detailed to perform a hasty attack. WG paratroops hold the above half of the board.
The Russian half of the board with the two MR III advancing in parallel, both regiments choosing supported (two) battalion attacks in the centre and a flanker battalion to the left and right. Poor reconnaissance rolls did not reveal any NATO troop dispositions.
The Soviets race forward finding deserted NATO picket posts but no line of resistance. Pre-planned 122mm regimental artillery hammers the above built up areas.