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101st Parachute Infantry Advice
HQ - 30 Points

Parachute Rifle Platoon (2 Squads) - 205 Points
Parachute Rifle Platoon (2 Squads) - 205 Points
Parachute Rifle Platoon (2 Squads) - 205 Points

Parachute Mortar Platoon (1 Section) - 65 Points

Parachute Field Artillery (4 x M1A1) - 135 Points

Tank Destroyer Platoon (4x M18 Hellcat GMC) - 410 Points

Tank Platoon (5x M4A3 (76mm)) - 545 Points

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looks like a nice solid list dave, a nice mix,are those para platoons at full strength though?
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Good idea that splitting up the infantry in 3 platoons rather than 2. Better for company morale and reserves etc, so my advice is to not have ull strength platoons and keep them like that. Maybe try some machine gunsWell, I have never played 76mms so I would'nt not know. But I have played shermans and they can get the job done. Is your support confident trained or veteran?
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