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Posted on Dec 26, 2006 in Armchair Reading, Front Page Features

Interactive Combat Story: First Night in Normandy

By Brandon Neff


The road would surely prove faster, but it is likely to be well-guarded.  You and Greene distance yourselves roughly 50 yards from the road and continue through the grass.  Before long, the ground beneath your boots becomes softer and wetter and you realize that the Germans have flooded the area in advance of the invasion hoping to slow Allied armor and infantry.  It is tough work trudging through the mire, but surely the road will be watched hoping to catch the Allied progress through the countryside.

Indeed, no more than 5 minutes pass than a German patrol is spotted heading your way along the road.  At 50 yards, it is not a difficult shot and you have the combined firepower that should grant you success.


If you fire at the patrol, Go to 21.

If you let them pass, Go to 27.

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