Ox & Bucks

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Ox & Bucks
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General data
Deployment cost25
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2x Sten (9mm PB)
Accuracy: 9/10
Rate of fire: 182 r/m
High Explosive: 6
Range: 100m

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6x Lee-Enfield (7.7mm)
Accuracy: 7/10
Rate of fire: 102 r/m
High Explosive: 2
Range: 300m

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2x Bren gun (7.62mm)
Accuracy: 6/10
Rate of fire: 240 r/m
High Explosive: 3
Range: 400m

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PIAT launcher (83mm HEAT)
Accuracy: 6/10
Rate of fire: 7 r/m
Armor Piercing: Breaching (always penetrates) (1m AoE)
Range: 200m

Squad strength10
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Mobility and detection
Speed20 km/h
Special abilities
Unlike other troops, airborne units (identified by their wings) don't suffer morale penalties if surrounded in enemy territory. AIRBORNE

Ox & Bucks is a British Infantry unit.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Ox & Bucks represent D Company from the Oxfordshire and Buckingamshire Light Infatry Regiment, under Major John Howard. Commonly considered to be the best glider-borne company in the 6th Airborne, Ox & Bucks was selected to land at Pegasus Bridge as part of Operation Deadstick, securing a vital bridge over the Orne just ahead of the Normandy invasion.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

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  • It's basically a paras unit with two additional Royal Engineers.
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