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Linna 349 is an Anglo-Japanese arm planet where a significant battle involving the United States Colonial Marine Corps and an unnamed enemy dubbed "Bug-Boys" by the marines was fought. The marines deploy numerous ships and heavy equipment during the campaign, including medium and heavy tanks, self proppelled artillery and M577 APC's
Linna 349 CampaignEdit
Newshine (Neusheune) "bugboy" snipers start to plinkpin the flame units.
M22A3 Jackson medium tanks and M40 Ridgway heavy tanks were deployed, but the bugboys could see their outdated Jacksons from a continent away thanks to the detection gear they install in the Trobrians.
The 3rd Colonial marine tank batallion was ambushed in Highway two, which is sorrounded by thorny alien Karyta (a native tree), but captain Hayward J. Lay Jr, ordered open fire AP flechette rounds and flamethrowers to the trees. They only lost one tank and the crew of other injured.
The M22 "Killer clown" of the 3rd Colonial marine tank batallion patrols the Route 3 into the Trobrians. It destroyed 4 enemy vehicles so far.
Cpl. Benjamin Nol is hunting tanks with a M112 HIMAT, thought to be effective as far as 5,000 meters, but is accurate no more 1,000 meters due to the terrain. Mayor Larry Smolek say it wasn't true once the "bugboys" deployed the new french CDC-80 tanks, as the HIMAT software was not calibrated for them and bounced off.
The M577 APC called "Daisy cutter" was attached to the 1st marine brigade, and the M292A2 self propeller artillery unit dubbed "Betty Mae" served in the assault of Harare.
- In Finnish, "Linna" means "castle".
- "Bug-Boys" are the rookies of thoroughbred horse racing. These jockeys get their names because the Daily Racing Form used to print a “bug”—or asterisk—next to the weight assignments of apprentices. The more asterisks, the less experience and winners an apprentice had.
- Aliens: Colonial Marines Technical Manual (mentioned only)