Extracts from AAR by Major Stephanovski:
..the British were waiting for us, 2 formations made of 4 mechanized infantry with independent Milan teams were defending the objectives in depth. Our hasty attack proved to be our undoing in the end.
Despite attacking along a narrow frontage our units could not dislodge the 2 dug in Irish Guards infantry platoons and our advancing infantry was instead whittled down by MGs from APCs. Milan rockets fell like rain on our supporting BTR-60s ending all hopes of using our massed MGs to dig out the British infantry.
Milan teams in overwatch were also instrumental in destroying 2 of our T-64s and forcing them to move cautiously the whole battle.
Reinforcing units arrived early but were hampered from giving effective support due to the risk of friendly fire to units in front of them and was fed piece meal diluting their effectiveness.
Our Hail artillery battery didn't contribute much to the battle as they were dispatched by marauding British Fv432s and were sorely missed by the advancing units on the right flank.
We lost contact with all our units on the right flank and the last report received from our Battalion HQ was to evacuate at haste.
-End of Report-