Hi, I have been starting off with smallish scenarios to get basics right before I tackle the bigger battles (not that I think they are "better" per se than the smaller manageable scenarios. It has occurred to me that I am not sure if I have been using HQ unit to their full potential. The battles I have been playing, apart from more strategic "move entire unit formation here" type orders, have involved giving individual orders to subordinate units of HQs (or groups of units without any HQ unit). If I have say a battalion HQ with the three infantry companies, a PzGren company and a mortar unit under it's command, what kind of "bonuses" am I forgoing if I decide to create battlegroups that don't include the HQ unit? By creating battlegroups, technically the subordinate units become "detached" and I believe subordinate to the highest "ranking" unit in that battlegroup. How does this nominated battlegroup commander unit affect things? I understand that HQ units are not line units and therefore not the first units you consider to do all the fighting for you when planning any attack. I typically never have them actually engage the enemy however if I include hem in any battlegroup with an attack order, I believe they will to some degree. So am I using HQs correctly? What are some examples where you would want to include a HQ in a battalion/company level attack?