Good points have been made and a good beginning. I hope to get discussion on general tactical doctrines By thinking of what we are likey to face on the field I'm hoping to devlop a resource for those considering the command tree for the FWL. If our developing commanders have some source of information to give them an advantage in combat, we will do much better than those who are just dropped into it. Of course, none of these are set in stone but serve as a springboard for further thought. Also, I would like the chance to talk team work and possible responses to logically occurring situations rather than which mech is "better" or why this weapon is "superior".
I would like to know who among FWL adherents is considering choosing the command tree as his/her first specilization. Just knowing who will be leading various companies and lances will help our organization by allowing us to learn more about how each of us thinks.
One element of company combat I would like to hear discussed is how each one would organize a company's 3 lances for general patrol scenarios where one is advancing to meet an enemy force whose exact position is unknown. While we may not have control of lance makeups at launch, what would you like to in your company if it were in your control and what general responsibilities would you assign to each lance? Would you prefer fire support of LRMs or other weapons. Since terrain is a major factor, be sure to specifiy its nature.
Does any one have any specific books that might be helpful . I would recommend THE ART OF WAR and Mirmoto Mushai's BOOK OF THE 5 RINGS
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