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The Burning South: India-Pakistan conflict in 2026 - A hypothetical scenario simulated. PLEASE REFRAIN FROM TROLLING OR JINGOISM

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Joe Shearer

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PAF should also bring in some more thunders and J-10C on urgent basis rather than just purchasing tanks. Maybe get a squadron of J-10C on lease directly from the Chinese PLAAF inventory to boost their air dominance and firepower just at the starting day of the upcoming war.
@Desert Fox 1

Fighters, frigates and submarines are much more effective and force multipliers rather than just some extra tanks, SAMs or helicopters.
Just remember, at the end, it's the PBI.
 

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Dare not.

Major Sahib will shoot me.

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That's why you are scared of Major Sahib! 😜

I'm a Bloody Civilian, not even PBI.
That's what those officers call us all! 😉
 

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Both sides are requested to plan based on realistic locations, move timings and operational reach. Of course, during the SIM, anything nearing extra-ordinary will be ruled out. Keep logistics in mind as well, logistics always have a serious pull on operations.
 

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Both sides are requested to plan based on realistic locations, move timings and operational reach. Of course, during the SIM, anything nearing extra-ordinary will be ruled out. Keep logistics in mind as well, logistics always have a serious pull on operations.
In the light reading on the game mechanics, sq8 had mentioned that the army simulation not is not as capable as the naval or air and cannot even automatically schedule re supply convoys and it has to be done manually, among other short falls.

Since we submit our operational orders in twice daily cycles, is it fair to assume sq8 will take care of this since he is running the simulation?
 

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Both sides are requested to plan based on realistic locations, move timings and operational reach. Of course, during the SIM, anything nearing extra-ordinary will be ruled out. Keep logistics in mind as well, logistics always have a serious pull on operations.
That is why we are submitting our data sheets for prior scrutiny, so that we assume nothing bizarre that has to be struck down.

In the light reading on the game mechanics, sq8 had mentioned that the army simulation not is not as capable as the naval or air and cannot even automatically schedule re supply convoys and it has to be done manually, among other short falls.

Since we submit our operational orders in twice daily cycles, is it fair to assume sq8 will take care of this since he is running the simulation?

Take care of which? re-supply?

Good try.
 

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Indian infantry squads are poorly armed .
Iam not talking about rashtriya rifles battalions in kashmir valley, they are the best armed infantry india has.
Some even say that better than para special forces

But the average grunt is poorly armed , an Indian squad had rcl mk3 84 mm in anti armour role and for using against bunkers etc , the chap who carriees the rcl is not even armed with a rifle
 

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Indian infantry squads are poorly armed .
Iam not talking about rashtriya rifles battalions in kashmir valley, they are the best armed infantry india has.
Some even say that better than para special forces

But the average grunt is poorly armed , an Indian squad had rcl mk3 84 mm in anti armour role and for using against bunkers etc , the chap who carriees the rcl is not even armed with a rifle
This is so true.
However, just think about it.
The guy carrying the RCL should NOT be carrying a rifle. Max, give him a sub-machine gun, better still, a machine pistol (for those who think there's a difference :partay:)
 
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This is so true.
However, just think about it.
The guy carrying the RCL should NOT be carrying a rifle. Max, give him a sub-machine gun, better still, a machine pistol (for those who think there's a difference :partay:)
In both armies, normally, the person who is carrying a heavy weapon like RPG, LMG etc does not carry a rifle. His prime duty is to maintain and operate that one single weapon.
 
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