Lock 'n Load: Tactical

Lock 'n Load: Tactical
LnLT is a fast and furious squad-level tactical game using a quick impulse system and great immersive graphics gives you a true feeling of being there. In LnLT you get squads, weapon teams, armored vehicles, fixed-wing aircraft, and, in the modern-era games, helicopters, and Jets. As a Tactical Squad system, special skills and leadership are all part of the base game. Single men such as Leaders, Snipers, Medics, Nurses, Advisors, Chaplains, and, of course, Heroes. Battles are so intense that stories can be written about them. It's all here in Lock 'n Load Tactical.

LnLT: Pledge of Honor (2022)
LnLT: Heroes of the Pacific – For the Emperor expansion (2021)
LnLT: Heroes of the Bitter Harvest (2021)
LnLT: Heroes Against the Red Star – Red Gauntlet (2021)
LnLT: Battles to the Rhine (2021)
LnLT: Heroes of Grenada (2020)
LnLT: Battle Generator v2.0 (2020)
LnLT: A Feat of Arms (2019)
LnLT: Core Rules v5.0 (2018)
LnLT: Hell Frozen Over (2017)
LnLT: Heroes Against the Red Star (2017)
LnLT: Heroes in Defiance (2017)
LnLT: Solo (2017)
LnLT: Starter Kit (2017)
LnLT: Compendium Volume 4 Modern Era (2017)
LnLT: Compendium Volume 3 World War 2 Era (2017)
LnLT: Compendium Volume 2 Modern Era (2017)
LnLT: Heroes of Normandy – The Untold Stories Vol. 1 (2018)
LnLT: Heroes of Normandy – We Stand Alone: Battles of Easy Company (2018)
LnLT: Heroes of North Africa (2017)
LnLT: Compendium Volume 1 World War 2 Era (2016)
LnLT: Bear and the Jackal (2015)
LnLT: Days of Villainy (2015)
LnLT: Heroes of Normandy (2015)
LnLT: Heroes of the Falklands (2015)
LnLT: Heroes of the Motherland (2015)
LnLT: Heroes of the Nam (2015)
LnLT: Heroes of the Pacific (2015)
LnLT: Modern Era Core Rules (2015)
LnLT: World War II Era Core Rules Manual v4.1 (2015)

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Kellam's Bridge
Counterattacking from the west, a German armored column, including refitted captured French tanks, managed to cross Cauquigny after losing a few vehicles and men to Lieutenant Levy's patrol. It advanced on the causeway toward the bridge over the…

Stalingrad of the West
Colonel John Frost's 2"^ Parachute Battalion had orders to take and hold the Arnhem Bridge until relieved. He had taken one end of the bridge and had established a small perimeter with the limited resources at his disposal. Now, with mounting German…

Unexpected Visitors
When the fighting around Dong Ha erupted In the spring of 1968, the Marines needed help and called upon the Army to supply that help. An Army battalion arrived in the area and their first task was to clear the …

Undeniable Courage
Shortly after the landing at Landing Zone X-ray, Bravo Company of the 1/7 Cavalry became heavily engaged by NVA infantry to its front. The company commander, Lt Herren, ordered Lt. Herrick’s platoon to move up on the company’s right flank. …

Tread Heads
At first glance Vietnam did not seem a proper home for the tanks and APCs of the United States Army. The crowded jungle roads appeared to be perfect locations for Vietnamese ambushes, and the tanks, although fast, were not as …

The Village
As North Vietnam had planned, the Tet Offensive shocked the world. It had not, however, led to a general uprising in the South. Throughout February, Allied forces counterattacked Viet Cong enclaves, eliminating them one by one. Viet Cong losses were…

The Relief of Plei Me
The Opening move of the NVA’s offensive in the la Drang Valley was an assault on the U.S. Special Forces camp at Plei Me. The North Vietnamese believed that as soon as they attacked the camp the ABVN would send …

Streets of Sorrow
Hue was the third biggest city in South Vietnam, and had remained largely untouched by the war. The Tet Offensive changed that. The North Vietnamese infiltrated Hue with two regiments, and attacked on January 31, 1968. Initially the attack went …

Stay Behind
An infantry battalíon had been sweeping an area 12 km west of Tan An for several days with scattered resistance. Since they couldn't get the enemy to stand and fight, they were set to pull out and return to base. …

Sky Soldiers
On the morning of November 3rd, 1965, B Troop Rifles of the 1/9 responded to sightings of NVA soldiers southwest of the Plel Me special forces camp. After landing, the platoon proceeded north and overran the regimental headquarters and hospital …

Serious Firepower
The Marines spent three bloody days clearing the villages of Dai Do and Dinh To. The fighting was tough, and the Marines called for armor support for the actual attack on Dai Do. The NVA forces holding the town, however, …

River of Perfume
The fighting in Hue was some of the most bitter of the war. It was a mix of Vietnam and Stalingrad. South of the Perfume River Marines fought the Viet Cong block by block, house by house, and room by …

Prelude to Lang Vei
In late January, 1968, survivors of the 33rd Laotian Battalion streamed into the Special Forces camp at Lang Vei; their camp had been overrun by the North Vietnamese. A fight with the NVA wasn’t unusual, what was unusual was …

Assault on Ben Suc
In Operation Cedar Falls, the United States Army wanted to elminate the Viet Cong stronghold called the Iron Triangle. Army intelligence felt that the village of Ben Suc was the key to the Iron Triangle. Unfortunately, when the Army air …

Ap Bac
The ARVN mistakenly believed that a reinforced Viet Cong company was holed up in the small village of Ap Bac, 65 kilometers southwest of Saigon. In reality, however, there was more than a battalion of Viet Cong in the vicinity …

A Friend in Need
U.S. Army units moved into the A Shau Valley In the opening moves of what would culminate in Hamburger Hill. Here two platoons advance on a small village suspected of harboring a Viet Cong contingent. The VC knew the Americans …

Operation Starlite - Hotel Company
In the first major clash of the Vietnam War, three battalions of Marines under Colonel Oscar Peatross fought the 1 Viet Cong Regiment under Nguyen Dinh Trong southeast of the new Marine Base at Chu Lai. Hotel Company, 2 Battalion, …

Battles of Firebases Coral and Balmoral Part 2
After the initial assaults on FSPB Coral, the Australian forces commenced an aggressive patrolling regime with combined infantry and armored forces. These patrols would often spring NVA and VC forces preparing for an attack in their bunker and tunnel…

Battles of Firebases Coral and Balmoral Part 1
Three months after the Tet Offensive, Australian forces moved to establish a Fire Support Base in Area of Operations Surfers (AO Surfers), in support of patrols to locate and destroy NVA units retreating through the area. Over a period of …

Two Sisters
The battle for the outer ring of Stanley's hills began on June 11th. The attackers included 3rd Para, 42nd Commando and the 45th Commando. The 45th Commando was detailed to attack Two Sisters, a twin-hill feature among the outer ring …

The Burbs
After capturing the ring of hills around Stanley, the British waited for the Argentines to capitulate. The British feared that the war would end in a bloody street fight for control of the capital of the islanda In reality, thousands …

Top Malo House
The men of the Royal Commando Arctic Warfare Cadre were somewhat less celebrated than the British Special Air Service (SAS) and Special Boat Squadron (SBS) but, nevertheless, they played an important role as a reconnaissance unit as the Marines…

Surprise Party
The 2nd Para's attack down the Goose Green isthmus went well until first light, then well-placed Argentine positions, defended by troops with plenty of ammunition, wrecked havoc with the advancing British. While A Company was pinned in front of…

Sabot Up!
Another hill in the ring that surrounded Stanley, Wireless Hidge, waa defended by the Regimiento de Infanteria 7, a mix of 700 reservists, new conscripts, and those at the end of their two years of national service. Not an elite …

The military value of the East Falkland town of Goose Green was dubious at best. British politicians, however, wanted to see some progress, any progress, in the recapture of the Falklands. So, the 2nd Battalion of the Parachute Regiment was …

The Last Gasp
On the night of June 11th the men of 3rd Para advanced on Mt Longdon. The British soldiers hoped to creep through the night and infiltrate the Argentine defensea Unfortunately for the paratroopers, one of them triggered a land mine, …

Fly Half
The Paras of 3rd Battalion were assigned the task of clearing Mt. Longdon, northwest of Stanley. As part of that attack, 4th and 5th Platoons of B Company, 3rd Para, conducted a flanking move to clear the prepared positions along …

By Dawns Early Light
In the opening move of the war for the Malvinas, the Compani'a de Commando Anfibios, an elite Argentine force comparable to the British Special Boat Squadron, landed in the vicinity of Stanley. Their job was to capture the Royal Marine …

The Devil went Down to Georgia
With the Falkland Islands already In their hands, the Argentine high command ordered its small task force off the coast of South Georgia to seize the island. The task force, consisting of Bahfa Paraiso, the corvette Guerrico, and an 80-man …

Bloody Rough
The battles for the ring of hiUa surrounding Stanley had begun. The British had already captured Mt. Harriet, Mt. Longdon and Two Sisters. 2 Para was charged with taking Wireless Ridge, to the north, and the 2nd Battalion Scots Guards …

An Unexpected Drop
The Argentine leaders first thought the British landing at San Carlos on May 21st might he a diversion, hut they were wrong; this was the landing. Their nearest ground forces, in Darwin and Groose Green, were too far away to …

Christmas Day Flurry
The German operation of Wacht am Rhine, also known as the Battle of the Bulge, had not gone as Hitler had envisioned. The vanguard of the 2nd Panzer Division got to within 4 km from the Meuse, where on December 24th, they were stopped by the US 2nd…

Aachen, Bloody Aachen
The ancient, picturesque city of Aachen had been incorporated into the German defensive positions of the Siegfried Lines. It held little military value; it was, however, an important symbol as it was the fi rst German city threatened by an enemy…

Blood Stained Bocage
As part of the effort to stop the Allied forces from capturing the city of Saint Lo, the Panzer Lehr Division had been rushed to the area. On one of the fi rst days in the area, the Panzer-Lehr launched a counterattack against elements of the…

Closing the Sack
In the morning, the extent of the German build up became apparent. Noville was threatened by possible encirclement. HQ decided to evacuate the town and fall back to Foy. Will the American forces manage to break through the tightening ring of iron or…

When Team Desobry arrived at the small crossroads settlement of Noville their task was clear: stop the German advance on Bastogne. The men of Combat Command B (CCB), of which the team was a part of, had barely enough ñrepower to block a single road,…

One Hell of a Night
All through the night the Pares held against probing attacks of ever-mounting intensity. It was a nightmare of violent firefights, clanking tank tracks, and confusion, but the Pares gave as …

Here Comes the Sun
Suddenly the mist lifted, as if drawn aside by an invisible hand, and Noville's defenders saw that they were surrounded by Panthers, Tigers, Panzer IVs and groups of advancing German infantry. But what could well have been a disastrous defeat was…

Tigers in the Mist
In the morning the men had to fall back to Noville proper. But the day's fighting had just begun. Out of the almost impenetrable mist came threatening noises: Tigers were …

A Counterattack Countered
His forces bolstered by the hardy Paras of the 1st Battalion, 506th PIR, Maj. Desobry felt confident. He immediately ordered a counterattack to take the high ground around Noville. The German Volksgrenadiers and Panzers had other ideas, however. - …

Hare and Hounds with the Heins
Around the time of the battle for the little town of St. Oedenrode, the 101st Airborne, 3rd Battalion, 502nd PIR, sent patrols through the Zonsche Forest, trjdng to move toward the town of Best and its bridge. German resistance was tough in the…

Caricat! Charge!
After having crossed the frontier between Eritrea and Ethiopia three days earlier, the Saphys di Libya got their first sighting of the enemy. A couple of dozen poorly armed Skirmishers/Tribesmen occupied a small Amba roughly a kilometer away from the…

On Boys! On! On!
After drinking their last bottles of wine on Christmas Eve, the Spahys di Libya were awoken by the sounds of noise and shots coming from a large group of Ethiopian attackers. The Spahys di Libya had the advantage of occupying the high ground of the…

Fallschirmjäger Requiem
As a prelude to Operation Varsity, British and Canadian commandos were tasked with launching an amphibious assault across the Rhine to take the town of Wesel. As the commandos were ferried across, the RAF and attached artillery units pounded the town…
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