Strike Force Jackal led by Lt. Heinrich Pilz was tasked with escorting a UN Peacekeeping team to the small town of Kutebbe. Word had come that Mafeking Nationalist Front had siezed the town, and killed many of it's folk. The Nationalists Front sent one of their bloodiest field commanders, Major Umboto Daudee, to capture the town and setup a training camp for young boys being forcibly conscripted into the MNF.
The UN contacted Prussia and advised that if our forces would liberate the town they would send in peacekeepers to protect it. So accompanied by a Mafeking Republic political officer the Strike Force set off with the UN team to retake the village.
|Mafeking Nationalist Front troops led by Major Daudee.|
|SF Jackal and UN Peacekeepers|
|MNF Armored Car takes out a SF HMV and killing the Mafeking Political Officer and a Prussian soldier. The rest of Squad 1 exit the burning vehicle.|
|Fighting continues as both sides advance.|
|Squad 1 siezes the west bank of the murky Kutebbe Lake and sets up a field of fire on the advancing MNF troops. Squad 2 deploys and attacks the MNF in their right flank. Meanwhile Lt. Pilzs' T-55P tank takes out the MNF armoured car.|
|As their casualties became severe Major Daudee and a follower flee the field running for their miserable lives.|
Post battle the PDF assists the UN team with clearing the town. The UN troops commandeer the abandoned MNF cargo truck. SF Jackal loads up and heads back to Camp Bushbuck.