Howdie. A few weeks ago, I shanghaied Dieter, one of our local club members, into squaring off with me in a "everyone loses" scenario (these are the kinds of scenarios I am best at) for Seek Out ,Close With, and Destroy. A Soviet mixed column would have to fight their way through a valley controlled by Mujahideen. The object for the Soviets was to exit the board... the object for the Mujah was to kill Soviets.
The Mujahideen had a partial hidden deployment where units were placed in certain areas as they activated on the first turn. The Soviets had chances to spot some of these prior to game start, and were required to list their vehicle order secretly. The Mujah nominated a specific point at which a command detonated bomb had been placed, and chose blindly which vehicle in order would be targeted.
Dieter chose the Mujahideen, I ended up with the Soviets.
The Soviets rolled poorly for spotting additional units, and the game was started with a bang as the command detonated mine ripped through a Soviet truck, completely annihilating it. As the first Mujah activation, Dieter revealed his B-11 --the "B" stands for big, by the way :) -- and managed to acquire, hit, and destroy the lead vehicle, a BRDM-2.
Dieter's Mujah tracked the lead BMP-2 with an RPG-7, and pinned my "assault" section. This, I did not enjoy.
Look, some of my enemy on the run!