Firestorm: Red Thunder

The Team Yankee Global Campaign

British tanks rearming

The first phase of the Third World War may be coming to a close as both sides appear to be too exhausted to maintain offensive operations.

24-hour-a-day combat and a high operational tempo seems to have taken its toll. Reports are coming in that front-line troops of both the Warsaw Pact and NATO are running out of the fuel and ammunition that they need to continue offensive operations.

There is expected to a delay before offensive operations resume while both sides bring forward reinforcements and restock essential combat supplies, hindered by destroyed bridges, cratered roads, and a variety of air-dropped ordnance.

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