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FAQ/Walkthrough by neonjam

Version: 1 | Updated: 03/17/05

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FAQ/STRATEGY GUIDE by NeonJam (Dougie Howser)     V. 1.00

Section A: Guide Intro
	Part 1: Intro
	Part 2: Version History
	Part 3: Overview
Section B: Weapon Guide
Section C: FAQ
Section D: Guide
	Chapter 1: Brothers In Arms
	Chapter 2: Rendezvous with Destiny
	Chapter 3: Silence the Guns
	Chapter 4: Ambush at Exit 4
	Chapter 5: Objective XYZ
	Chapter 6: Foucarville Blockade
	Chapter 7: Rommel's Asparagus
	Chapter 8: Action at Vierville
	Chapter 9: Dead Man's Corner
	Chapter 10: The Crack of Dawn
	Chapter 11: The Fall of St. Come
	Chapter 12: Buying the Farm
	Chapter 13: Alternate Route
	Chapter 14: Purple Heart Lane
	Chapter 15: Cole's Charge
	Chapter 16: Ripe Pickings
	Chapter 17: Push into Carentan
	Chapter 18: Tom and Jerry
	Chapter 19: No Better Spot to Die
	Chapter 20: Victory in Carentan
Section E: Legal, Contact, and Credits
	Part 1: Credits
	Part 2: Legal & Contact

Section A, Part 1: Intro

This guide is my second guide, A guide to the excellent WWII shooter
Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30.

Section A, Part 2: Version History

Version .70 - 3/10/05 Initial release.
Version 1.00 - 3/7/05 Final release.

Section A, Part 3: Overview

Baker wasn't ready to lead his squad, but you should be. The only way
you can survive in Brothers In Arms is by using your squad effectively.
You alone are an easy target, and you'll quite frequently notice this
when you pull off a lone assault on a nest of krauts.

The biggest thing to remember in this game is cover. Without cover, you
are an easy target, and so are your squads. You need to make sure you
move with cover and keep your team near cover. You

The basic tactic tought in the game is to have your firing squad, which
is represented by the (_-_) logo, take cover behind something and fire
upon the enemy to supress him while you and your assualt squad, 
represented by the ( ^ ) logo, strike the pinned down enemy. This is an
effective tactic in most cases.

Other tactics include the full rush, which is a double team assualt,
which is impractical unless you have armor, which will lay supressive
fire as it moves while your other squad moves in for the kill. You can
also camp, taking both squads to cover and supressing side threats and
sniping another target by yourself, which is effective, but slow.

Remeber that your assault squad is always best at assaulting and the
firing squad is always best at covering. While they both can do either,
it's best to keep your firing squad behind a bit to cover yourself and
the assault squad's advance.

It's best to pick your own tactics for the general situations, and get
used to what you like doing. It's generally best to snipe from cover or
lead an assualt on a suppressed enemy.

Section B: Weapon Guide

A decent pool of weapons were used in WW2, and the well known American
and German weapons are represented here in BiA. This section is a run
down on the weapons available to use in the game and their strengths,
weaknesses and best uses.

****American Weapons****

M1911 Colt .45
The Colt is the standard American pistol, and the first gun in the game
that you receive. The colt is most useful for close range assaults, but
due to the seven round clip, its not useful against larger groups. The
best use is when you receive it fairly early in the game, but it's best
to ditch it for an SMG when you get the chance.

M1A1 Thompson
The Thompson is the standard American SMG. Powerful at close ranges, but
innacurate. Good for suppressive fire and assaulting. Watch the clip, the
20 round clip runs out extremely fast. Reload before a major assault.

M1 Garand
The so called "The rifle that won the war", and the american 
infantryman's best friend. Powerful, quick, and accurate. Can be used for
supressive fire, sniping and assaulting. My only complaint is the
unrealistic reload; In WW2 soldiers would generally just fire off the clip
because the shutter that covers the bullet ejector is well locked into
place and could cause you to lose a finger trying to pull it open by force
instead of allowing the gun to do it.

M1 Carbine
The multiuse compact rifle. It's best to think of it as an extended
pistol. Good, quick fire, best for medium to short ranges. Good for
supressive fire and assaulting.

M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle, AKA BAR
A portable machinegun. Great weapon, powerful, and great for
suppressing. Best at medium to close ranges, but the clip is severely
short, only 20 rounds.

M1903 Springfield
The american bolt action sniper. Amazing for sniping, obviously, but
little use anywhere else. Slow firing and powerful.

M9A1 Bazooka
Used only once in the game, great against tanks, and can carry extra
rounds unlike the Panzerfaust.

M1919A4 Browning Light Machine Gun
Fixed machinegun, found in very few places, but always on the back of
allied tanks. Generally useful when found, but the tank version isn't
useful due to the fact that it leaves you completely exposed and
limits your range of movement for ordering your soldiers.

Mk. II A1 Fragmentation Grenade, AKA Pineapple Grenade
The underused grenade in BiA. You start with 0-5 of these, usually 3,
and never recieve more in a chapter. Best for clearing out hard to
assualt positions such as MG42 nests. Also used for destroying certain
tanks. The fuse is 4 seconds, and Germans can and will toss your nades
right back at you. Ricochet off walls or keep the Germans supressed to
avoid this issue.

****German Weapons****

Walther P38
Similar to the Colt 1911, its use is limited to close range encounters.
Ditch for something better when you can.

German SMG. An amazing weapon, accurate and powerful. Best for close
range encounters and assualting, and for supression.

Mauser K98
The standard German rifle. It is bolt action, so it has a slow firing
rate, but it's exceedingly accurate and very powerful. Best for long
range and can be used for supression.

MP44 Sturmgewehr
One of the earliest assault rifles, the MP44 is possibly the best
weapon in the game. Accurate and powerful with a decent sized clip,
the only role it cannot play is a long range one.

Great fixed gun that is often employed against you. Generally not
useful due to the fact that it's mostly positioned where your
assaulting from and not where you need to go.

Panzerfaust 60
The more common rocket launcher, the panzerfaust is found a few times
in campaign. Great against tanks, but single shot, and hard to aim.
Don't keep it unless you have tanks close by.

Stielhandgrenate 24 AKA "Potato Masher" Grenade
The german grenade. Roughly the same as the American grenade, just
with a more interesting shape.

Section C: FAQ

Q: Is this game really based on a True Story?
A: Yes, it's based on various people in the 101st Airborn Infantry,
although most have had their names changed. All the events are based on
true events. As you beat the game, you unlock historical materials that
show how based in reality BiA really is.

Q: I can't shoot right, there's no crosshair!
A: Options > Game menu. You can turn on various styles of crosshairs.
I encourage you to not do it for the sake of realism. Once you get used
to where the rought center of the screen is, the lack of a crosshair
just encourages you to use the really nifty iron sights.

Q: This game is hailed as so realistic..but why do I see red circles
above the krauts and names over my soldiers? I'm sure that's not right.
A: Options> Game menu. You can turn off all of those features to make
it much more realistic.

Q: What are the best weapons to carry?
A: It's mostly to your own personal preferences, but I recommend you
always take an smg or assualt rifle and a rifle. My personal preference
is a Kar98 (accurate and powerful) and a BAR (fast and powerful). The
rifle is for sniping targets, the assualt rifles/smgs are great for
assualting and cover.

Q: I just lost a guy..what now?
A: He's dead. He's not coming back...until the next chapter. Yeah,
unrealistic, but all you can do is not let him die and then it's 
realistic enough..Also, healing your squad brings back your buddies
from the dead.

Q: How do I heal?
A: You don't. No magic medpacks. However, if you die three times at
the same checkpoint, you are given the option to heal yourself and
your squad. You can choose to or not to. Healing your squad DOES NOT
heal your tanks though.

Q: I keep dying for no reason!
A: You're being killed by an MG42 machinegun. Machineguns kill you 
almost instantly once you get in range of them, and some of them are
hidden until you get into range. If you die for no reason, check your
overhead view.

Section C: Guide

NOTES: When I tell you to have someone cover, it means to supress the
closest german team while you or the assault squad charge. The guide
will start specific, but will dwindle a bit to more details on hard
parts and assuming you can handle the grunt squads.

Chapter 1: Brothers In Arms
Mostly Cinema, one part where you control Baker. You can't do anything
besides figure out the controls, and then it ends.

Chapter 2: Rendezvous With Destiny
As soon as you hit the ground, start following the path. Follow the
basic instructions, until you meet Mac. Follow him and listen to his

Chapter 3: Silence The Guns
Follow Mac and Legett up to the bushes, and take cover. Listen to Mac's
command and either snipe and supress the germans or assault them your
self, then move up and take one of their K98s. Snipe or assault the
germans that rush over to you, then keep following Mac. Go along the
left side of the house and assault the germans that are under fire
by Mac and Legett. Keep following Mac. Go along the left side of the
AA gun and assault the germans on it. WAIT for Mac's command to destroy
the AA gun, or else you may destroy it before it's an objective and
force the game to be stuck there till you reload. Take out the germans
in the right farmhouse, making sure to kill all three before being able
to move on. Take out the german on the right, then move up to cover
before either sniping or assaulting the last AA gun position. Again,
wait for Mac's command before destroying it.

Chapter 4: Ambush At Exit 4
Welcome to the team, Hartsock. Remember that he's a firing team
man, and is more suited to covering you than you are for covering
him. Move up and take out the small german team, using hartsock
to cover your assualt or sniping. Pick up a k98 for better sniping power
and ditch the Carbine because of the depressingly low clip count. Move
up to the stone walls on the left, and have hartsock cover you on the
right while you move along the well defended left side to take out
the germans from the side. Keep moving, taking out the easy targets
as you go. Move hartsock up to the stone wall in the open field, and
have him cover you as you snipe or move along the right side again.
Keep moving till you meet Alan and Garnett. Move up to the M1919A4
and take control. Take out the germans with the MG until no more
come, then either have your firing team assault while you cover or
go yourself and mop up any stragling germans.

Chapter 5: Objective XYZ
Move up then left into the area behind the house. Station Hartsock
by the barrels, then take out the germans. Move to the left of the
road and into the yard of the house. Move through, taking out the
germans behind on the cart on the right, then when you get to a
fence with a shed behind it, have hartsock move to the fence, and
go into the shed. Sneak up behind the german stationed there, and
smack him. Take of the rest and continue to take out the MG42 nest
past there. Grab the gunner's MP40 and keep moving. Park Hartsock
by the truck, and have him cover you while you move around the fence
to the right and either go behind the house and suprise the germans
or snipe them from the fence. Advance up the field, one at a time,
him covering you then you covering him until you get within range
of the germans. Keep advancing this way until you hit the house.
Move through the breakfast club, then stay by the cover by Alan
and Garnett and take out the Germans as they come.

Chapter 6: Foucarville Blockade
Now you've got a three man firing squad to cover you. Move up the
path, taking the M1 Carbine on your way if you want, and move your 
mento the right side building. Take out the german on the left, then 
cover the advance of your men. Once they get into position, have them 
cover you while you run into the house on the left. Take out the other
german in here and snipe or assault the remaining germans your squad
has covered. Round up the troops and head out the back of the house 
and take out the group of germans in the back. Go back through the 
house and head inbetween the buildings the germans were at. Follow the 
path, taking out any germans on the way, until you hit a little alley
with 2 sets of sandbags. Toss a nade over to the germans on the other
side, then advance and take out the MG42 nest. 

Head south and send your troops over the yard across the street,
covering them, then head over yourself. Move up and take out the MG.
Head into the church fields and position your men at the first mound of
dirt. Take out the germans in the field as you please. Move into the
graveyard and take out the germans, using the graves as cover. Head back
into the field area and take over the MG to defend your newly secured
territory. The germans will start advancing through the field when they
realize running to your MG is a bad idea. Get off the MG and take them
out. Head into the field to the North, keeping a bit to the left. Take
out the MG nests with nades or a full on assault.

Chapter 7: Rommel's Asparagus
Move with your squad to then entrance to the fields. Go out the little
break in the wall, and head to the right, staying in the water. Move
your squad up to the stack of poles by the water, and go around the
right to take out the MG nest. Move your squad to the MG nest and leave
them there while you take out the 3 poles close to you. Move back into
the water, leaving your squad at the MG nest to prevent a german
respawn, and move to the left side of the field. Go behind the bushes
and take out the germans and the MG nest over there. Take out the last
germans by the woodpile across from the MG nest, and then destroy the
asparagus and move out of the way to avoid an accidental glider death.
Head into the West field with your squad, moving to the left to hil
the cover over there. Take out the nearby germans, then head up the hill
infront of you and take out the 2 german squads there. Head back to your
first cover, and use the trench there to sneak up to the german team at
the end of the field.take your team and finish off the last germans at
the AA gun, then blow it up along with the rest of the asparagus. Avoid
and link up with the last glider.

Chapter 8: Action At Vierville
Head up the path and take a right. Move to cover and watch the right for
a special surprise. Risner becomes part of your squad, your first time
having two squads and your first time with the tank. The tank is a mobile
cover for your troops, and is extremely tough. Just watch the anti-tank
stuff. Move east to your next objective, having Risner go first. You don't
have to worry about anti tank stuff yet, so he makes for a good scout.
Move into the fields, with Risner moving forward and plowing through the
german troops. Once you get to the church, look to the field to the north
and have the tank fire on them. Move up to the rightside building, heading
to the far door. Park your squads outside of it and run in quick and plant
a bomb on the panzer tank inside. Run back to your squad and take the tank
to the soldiers left in the panzer courtyard. Move back to the church
courtyard and position your troops on the wall to defend against the
german counter attack. Have your tank go on the left side and assault the
incoming panzer tank. He should easily kill it. Mop up the rest of the
germans in the area using your squads.

Chapter 9: Dead Man's Corner
Move your tank up first into the middle of the road ahead, and have him
attack the germans on the right. Try to take out as many of the other 
rushing germans as you can. Move your firing squad up to the tank, and 
have them supress the farthest enemies on the left. After Risner takes
out the guys on the right, move him to take out the closest ones on the
left. You can either take cover and have the tank finish off the rest of
the infantry, or you can work with the tank to finish them off. Once
the infantry in the area are dead, move to the next area. Park Risner at
the entrance to the grassy area to the left, then have your cover team
take the closest cover spot and supress the closest enemies. Move to the
left and flank the enemies, then move and flank the few more close by.
Rally the firing team and assault the far left MG then move and assault
the anti tank squad across the road. Take cover and send Risner after the
large MG nest the germans have set up in the field near the anti tank
nest. Resupply at the nest if you need to then move on.

Send Risner through the tree barricade on the road and have him pull
forward and attack the MG42 on the road. Keep Risner in place, due to
an antitank nest at the end of the road, and move up with your firing
team. Position them to the right and move on to the left, the antitank
should leave you alone. Move all the way up to the last entrance on the
right and attack the MG nest. Use the MG to clear the way for your firing
squad, and move them up and attack the antitank nest. Sometimes Risner
will get a lucky shot, if you leave him near the MG nest, and take out
the antitank nest for you, and you can then use him against the MG nest.

Either way, Send the tank up to the MG nest far down the road and go right
with your squad to clear the field. Continue through the tree barricade.
Move to the left and into the little field, using the cover at the far end
for your squad. Take out the close group of germans, then head down the
field and finish off the last of them.

Chapter 10: The Crack Of Dawn
You've got two teams now. Head up the alley and set up your fire team on
the first cover infront of you. Send your assault team and yourself to
the left building area, infront of the germans. Have your assault team
supress the germans infront of them and have the fire team supress the
germans down the road. Assault the germans infront of the assault team
once they're supressed, then move to the left field and take out the 
germans in there. Head up the field to the cover and have your assault
team take out the germans up there then attack the supressed germans
from earlier. Rally up both teams at the top of the road.

Take the path to the right, past the gruesome scene. Take your fire team
to the left cover and have them supress the enemy. Move to the right with
your assault team and flank them. Rally the troops and head over to the
AA gun and take it out. Set up your cover team on the cover next to the
AA gun and move with the assault team to the left walls and take out
the enemies that come up. Move down the back and have your assault team
supress the enemies by the brick wall while you assault the house. After
the house is secure, move both teams to the brick wall and attack the
incoming germans with the MG42.

Chapter 11: The Fall Of St. Come
Batman would win. Have both squads supress the two teams of germans, and
flank the teams yourself. Bring both squads up and into the left field
and move into the road. Set up your cover team and assualt team to
supress the germans infront of you, then go to the far left to flank.
Send both teams after the MG42 while you cover them. Move up and set up
your firing team on the brick wall infront of the german controlled
building and head with your assault team to the right to flank the
germans. Assault the building and move through. Set up your cover team
near Leggett and Mac and take your assault team to the left to flank.

Now comes the hard part. My strategy is a very simple hit or miss. Move
your fire squad up to the right and have them cover you and the assault
squad who will move to the panzerfaust on the left. Move the assault 
team to where the germans spawn in the back, and duck by the
panzerfaust, grab it, get up, shoot at the tank, duck down, grab
another panzer, shoot and etc.

Chapter 12: Buying the Farm
Assault and tank you say? This is a faster mission. Move up to the cover
directly infront of you with your assault squad. Take out the nearby
germans and start surppressing the ones farther back, having your tank
move forward and take them out for you. Stay back with your assault
team at the river in the field, and have your tank move up and take out
the MG nest overlooking the field. Move up a bit further when it's out
and have the tank take out the MG nest on the road. After that's out,
head up to the farm. Take out the incoming guys, then position your
assault team on the small cover to the right, and clear out the far left
nest. When it's clear, move the tank up and clear the rest. Head down 
to the mortar valley, and park your tank in a safe spot next to the
building. Head with the assault team to the mortar team. Stay to the
left and follow the bushes, taking out germans on your way. Take out
the panzer if you have a nade, if not sick your tank on it and continue
to the mortar and clear that out.

Chapter 13: Alternate Route
Move your tank up the path first, and have it take out the guys to the
right. Meanwhile, head to the left with your assault squad. Keep heading
to the left until you find a wrecked train car and a brick wall. Have
your assault squad and tank if it's available take out the infantry that
come out while you rush the tank to the right and take it out with a
grenade. Help your men finish taking out the nearby troops. For a slower
but safer approach, reverse the roles of the men and the tank. Either way,
Move to the right quick and take out the small group of germans shooting
across the broken bridge. Head on the right side of the hedges and take
out the small antitank emplacement. Continue down this path, moving your
tank first. 

When the germans start coming, look to the right and take out the soldiers
who come over the hill in the background. Have your tank take out the
germans in the area. Keep moving with your tank forward, and go around the
right side of the line of two train cars. Take out the germans nearby, then
either sick your tank on the other tank or rush it yourself. Keep moving,
tank first, taking out the germans as you go. Once you get to the bridge,
park your tank at your end of it. Have it fire on the MG nest across the
bridge, NOT ASSAULT. Move back to the building and pass through it with your
assault squad. Take out the germans on the walk way and move across it. Head
up the hill and take cover at the truck. Take out the men on the MG42 then
either take the easy route and just run to the plunger, ignoring everything,
or move up and take out the germans on the antitank. Move your tank up and
attack the enemy reinforcements behind you and mop up anything that remains.

Chapter 14: Purple Heart Lane
Look to the right and have both your squads supress the germans over there.
Move along the right and take out the supressed germans. Snipe the other
set of germans. Take your squads and move up. Take out the germans on the
left, and keep moving. Move up to the cover closest to the beach head with
both teams and fire with them on the approaching germans. When you take
them out, move to the broken bridge. Ignore Cole's supressing fire order
and just run to the end of the causeway as quick as you can. Once you reach
the end, move both squads back away from where you need to go. Head into the
bushes and start sniping the germans to the right. Once you get them all,
move up and take out the germans to the right of the MG nest. Once they are
down, move along the fence to the right, and take out the MG nest from behind.

Chapter 15: Cole's Charge
Rally with Cole. Charge with Cole, following him through the smoke until you
hit some cover on the far right side of the field. Once you get there, move
up with your squad and attack the nearby MG42 from behind. Move along the
alley and take out the germans down it. Move up to the farm house and clear
it, then mop up around the area. Meet with Cole, and take his orders. Move up
to the closest cover and take out the incoming germans from the right, then
move up both squads to the last cover before the little gap. Have the teams
each supress a squad of germans, then move up to the small cover on the right
and attack the closest squad of germans. Have a team supress the new squad
further down the hill, then move along the wall to the left to flank the other
squad. Have your assault squad assault the last squad of germans while you
and the fire team cover them. Rally the squads and keep moving.

Take both squads and park them at the nearby cover, then move along the other
side of the cover to get closer to the germans on the left. Take out the
germans nearby, then keep moving to the left to the tree stump. Take out
the germans from there, then take out the germans manning the MG42. Move 
forward to the lakeside, sniping the germans on the peninsula, then take out
the two germans taking cover nearby. Head along the shore to end of the
field, then take out the last kraut on the MG42.

Chapter 16: Ripe Pickings
Move up with your squad, through the familiar field, into another area that
might be familiar to you if you've seen the E3 video (If not, you unlock it
eventually as a bonus). Either way, move to the right into the grassy little
area and park your men behind the stacks of boxes and barrels. Head over to
the far left, keeping your men on suppressing duty. Get along the bring wall
to the very far left and snipe the germans infront of the MG42. Once you've
gotten as many as you can, keep heading behind the house, making sure to hug
the wall farthest away from the MG42. Check the bottom floor to take out any
germans that snuck in, then assault the gunner on the top floor. Rally your
squad and move into the now open field. Set up your squad next to combs, and
pick off the closest germans from there. Move to the right, into the road
and take out the germans from behind. Head back into the field, rally your
fire team, and position them on the other side of where the germans were.

Move up across the road, then move to the right to take out the germans from
behind. Have your fire team assault the mortar position with you, then meet
with combs. Move up your squad to a nearby wall, then go up to the MG42 and
suppress the germans. Once they're suppressed, have your fire team assault
them, covering them with the MG. Once you've cleared the area, meet with
Combs again, then move to the farmhouse. Move both squads up forward, and
take out the germans as they come.

Chapter 17: Push Into Carentan
Move to the right with both squads, behind the closest building. Leave your
assault squad behind the building, then place your fire team on the fence
nearby. Have them suppress the further away germans, and take out the close
by ones yourself. Move forward, finishing off the rest of the germans, and
position both squads to the farther cover on the right. Have your teams
suppress the two teams of germans, picking off the ones to the left easily.
Have both squads then supress the close team, and flank them. Move with both
squads up the alleyway. Assault the closest germans, then move cover to cover
closer to the germans in the debris until you are close enough to flank or
snipe them out.

Move both squads to the shack. Here you have the option of assaulting both
german positions head on if you have good, healthy squads, or moving to
the left and taking cover by the pazerfaust. If you head to the left (which
I recommend), the germans will assault you, so make sure to keep an eye on
them and take them out when they come. Once they're down, move both squads
behind the furthest wood pile, and take the panzerfaust. Hide behind the
box of panzerfausts and stand up, shoot the tank, duck, stand up, take
another panzerfaust, shoot and so on. Once it's dead, take another
panzerfaust and look behind you. Move your squads to the woodpile next to
you and destroy the incoming tank. Move up on the left wall, and position
your fire and assualt squads there, having them supress the germans down
the road. Either move along the right and assault them, or grab a
panzerfaust and blow em away. 

Head across the road, and take out the incoming germans. Head into the
warehouse, taking out the germans in the warehouse you're in. Once it's
clear, set up your ment along the windows, and have them cover you. Head
out the door to the extreme left, taking out a couple of germans that come.
Head up the stairway into the left warehouse. Take out the germans in the
area. Once it's completely clear, hop out of the left warehouse, and walk
underneath the MG42's firing position and move into the right warehouse.
Clear out the MG42 nest, and rally your troops. Move through the warehouse
and finish clearing it out.

Chapter 18: Tom and Jerry
Mostly scripted. Once you have control, face south and start shooting at
the germans. Listen for the cues of your teammates, and snipe until Legget
yells that panzers are coming. Head downstairs. Once you get down there,
head to the end of it and look behind you for some ammo if you need it.
Start sniping the germans as they come. When the thank breaks through, head
to the northern side with Legget and Mac. Take out the germans infront of
you, then pick up the Bazooka infront of you and immediately shoot at the
tank to the left. DUCK when you reload, because the tanks generally can't
hit you unless you're standing. Stand up and fire another volley and duck,
and repeat until you take out the tank. Reload, and head to the right. Take
out this tank as it arrives. Reload, then take out the tank coming from the

Chapter 19: No Better Spot to Die
Move up your fire team to the cover directly infront of you, then your
assault squad to the cover past that. Have the assault squad suppress the
germans to the left, and take out the ones to the right. Move to the right,
taking your assault squad with you. Set up your fire team where the assault
squad was, and have your assault squad cover the closest germans. Flank
those germans to the right. Keep moving to the right side, taking out the
germans as you go, finishing up by taking out the MG42 from behind.

Once you're in the bunker, fight for your life through cinemas until you
regain control. Move up the right. Take out the german who comes at you,
then move up to the corner where he came from, and snipe the germans in
cover ahead of you. Move up to where they were, and keep moving along the
left wall, ignoring everything. Keep moving past the tanks, hugging the
left side, until you reach the bridge. Hide behind the tree stump infront
of it, then wait for the tanks to come down. Have them both assault the MG.
Once it's dead, move up where it was, then sick both tanks on the tank you
passed earlier. Once it's dead, move up the right side, using the tanks to
take out targets as you go. Once you hit the right side alley, it's best
to move single tank up at a time to prevent them from getting stuck, then
have them attack the tank at the end of the alley. Move the tanks to the
left once it's dead and take out the final tank. Move into the hill area
with your tanks, and have them assault the german teams, taking cover by
the rock where the single german was. Let the tanks finish off the Germans.

Chapter 20: Victory In Carentan
Ending Cinema! You're done. Check out your new bonuses in the bonus section,
then move on to the next difficulty or hit multiplayer.

Section D, Part 1: Credits

Not much of anyone to thank, just anyone who has read this FAQ, Our
armed forces stationed all over, Microsoft for making the Xbox, Gearbox
software for making BiA, Ubisoft for publishing it and CjayC and
gamefaqs.com for hosting this.

Section D, Part 2: Legal Info & Contact

(C) 2005 NeonJam (Dougie Howser). All rights reserved.

		Date originally created: 3/8/05

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