Battletech Field Manual: Warden Clans by Bryan Nystul
By Bryan Nystul
Box guide: Warden Clans describes the Defenders of Kerensky's imaginative and prescient: Clans Cloud Cobra, Coyote, Diamond Shark, Ghost undergo, Goliath Scorpion, Snow Raven and metal Viper. This booklet describes the strategies, army doctrines and conflict histories of every extended family, plus precise ideas that mirror the original services of every Galaxy, new guns, apparatus, specific Warden BattleMechs and extra.
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492-93. theaters formally within their strategic jurisdiction—the Middle East, India, and southeast Asia—they depended heavily on American resources. 24 Leighton and Coakley, Global Logistics, 1940-43, pp. 277-82. , p. 285. (2) See below, ch. XXV. 28 GLOBAL LOGISTICS AND STRATEGY: 1943-1945 The only real influence the British could exert on the scale of American effort in the Pacific was in developing general formulas for worldwide distribution of resources, a function reserved to the CCS and the heads of state.
Amphibious resources in the Attentative allocations set in mid-1942 as- lantic and standardization of replacesigned most of the craft for use in a cross- ment, maintenance, and training allowChannel invasion, including 200 Amer- ances by the two countries. The American-produced LST's, 300 LCI (L)'s, and icans, on the other hand, obviously fear340 LCT (5)'s. S. production for use by both countries the possibility of British control of whatled the British to believe that they would ever pool might be created, resisted these receive generous allocations under lend- proposals.
But the long lead time required both for production of equipment and for training men ruled out, for the most part, program adjustments dictated by the needs of particular military operations, which required a far shorter plan- 5 ning lead time. This basic fact had been underlined when the North African operation, decided upon only three and a half months before it was launched in November 1942, had to be mounted with landing craft designed and produced for operations in the Pacific and the English Channel.