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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


Rather than confront the enemy, you decide to let them pass, trusting that they haven’t spotted you.  They pass your position and you breathe a sigh of relief.  Greene, however, has begun sinking in the mud.  He tries to hold his breath, but the water is swiftly rising as he descents into the muck.  Unable to remain still, he jumps up and opens fire, gasping for air.  The Germans are caught by surprise and two fall from Greene’s fire, both shot through the chest.  The others raise submachine guns and riddle Greene’s body with small caliber rounds. He slumps face-first into the mud and expires.

If you reveal your position and fire, Go to 2.


If you stay hidden, Go to 23.

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