next up is the scenario "Assault on the Sauer." MY Grenadiers are crossing the Sauer while light bridges are being built for reinforcing AT equipment. I am certain to be facing some armor from the American 9th, so I am going to try to avoid that for as long as possible as I don't have much AT capability yet. I do have plenty of ART though, so hopefully I can slow down any Allied armor assaults/strong points with my heavy guns. There's a lot of objectives AND I have to exit my forces, so, I have decided that I cannot take all the objectives. You can see my planned attack route below - Heavy on the Eastern flank, right down the highway. Just flanking movements to the West and little activity down the middle in all the woods. I figure American defenses are there and ready to ambush my tired Grenadiers. Taking Echternach is the first main objective, mainly to keep the enemy off my bridge builders. After that I plan to move in Regimental Strength due south in a straight line. During the nights I will bring up my ART to stay in support range. As soon as the bridges are built, get those AT support units across and take on the expected armor. I took Echternach from two sides and with HEAVY ART support. I then used ART to keep the persistent Americans away. The Regiment moving down the West flank encountered no opposition beyond Eppeldorf. Regiments 986, 987 & 988 all slide to the East a bit and get ready for their southern assault to provide flanking cover for my main assault.