Platoon. NES PC. Genre: Strategie. Entwickler: Digital Reality, Ocean Software Ltd. (NES). Release: Dezember. Das Spiel unterscheidet sich nicht großartig von anderen Echtzeit-Strategie-Spielen und versucht somit durch Grafik und einfachem Gameplay diese Schwäche. Hier findest du alle Infos zum Strategiespiel Platoon von Digital Reality, Ocean Software Ltd. (NES) für PC, NES: Release, Gameplay und alles.
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In some elite units, such as Maglan , Egoz or Duvdevan , the teams are usually smaller and themselves commanded by officers, with the platoon commanded by a higher-ranking officer, while in special forces units like Shayetet 13 and Sayeret Matkal all combatants are officers.
The Platoon is sub-divided into three section of between soldiers, each commanded by a Corporal with a Lance-Corporal as the Section 2iC. Each section can be sub-divided into two fire-teams, commanded by the Section Commander and 2iC respectively, as well as normal two man Scout, Rifle and Gun Teams.
A motorised rifle platoon in the Soviet Armed Forces was mounted in either BTR armoured personnel carriers or BMP infantry fighting vehicles , with the former being more numerous into the late s.
Both were led by a platoon leader and assistant platoon leader and consisted of three 9-man rifle squads mounted in three vehicles.
In both BMP and BTR squads, the driver and vehicle gunner stayed with the vehicle when the rest of the squad dismounted, and one squad in the platoon would have one of their rifleman armed with an SVD sniper rifle.
There was either one empty seat in each BTR or two empty seats in each BMP to accommodate the platoon leader and assistant platoon leader.
Tank platoons prior to the late s consisted of a platoon headquarters squad and three tank squads, each consisting of one T , T or T tank for 12 personnel and 4 tanks total; platoons that used the older T , T or Ts added another crewmember for a total of However, tank units operating in Eastern Europe began to standardize their platoons to just two tank squads, for a total of 3 tanks and 9 personnel.
In the Singapore Army , a platoon is a Lieutenant 's billet. However, in practice, a Second Lieutenant is usually appointed and then eventually promoted.
A typical infantry platoon consists of three seven-man sections of riflemen and a machine gun team, both commanded by Third Sergeants , a platoon sergeant and a platoon medic for a total of 27 soldiers.
In the South African army, a platoon usually consists of 27 soldiers and one officer organized into three sections 10 soldiers each plus an HQ which contains 8 men.
A lieutenant as platoon commander and a sergeant as platoon sergeant, accompanied by a signaller and a patmor group of two men.
A section comprises 10 soldiers led by a corporal who's assisted by a lance corporal as second in command.
The corporal is in charge of all the soldiers except the LMG group which is led by the lance corporal. The LMG group is armed with the SS77 while rest of the platoon is armed with R4 assault rifles , with rifle grenades if available.
There's also the MGL within each section. In the Swedish army, a platoon is organized in the following way, according to Markstridsreglemente 4 Pluton Ground combat regulation 4 Platoon :.
In the Royal Thai Army , a platoon is commanded by either a Lieutenant or Second Lieutenant , assisted by a Platoon Sergeant, usually of the rank of sergeant major.
In infantry units, rifle platoons are generally made up of five squads. These are three man rifle squads, one 8-man command squad consisting of platoon commander, sergeant, radio operator, 2 assistants and a 3-man weapons team and one 9-man machinegun squad.
From the s until the late s in what would become the United States, an infantry platoon was a "half company" commanded by a lieutenant, assisted by two sergeants and two corporals increased in to four corporals.
The sergeants, assisted by the corporals, led the two sections half-platoons and the squads the terms were often used interchangeably until of the platoon.
An additional senior sergeant serving as the "platoon sergeant" originally designated as "assistant to platoon commander" from until , and as "platoon leader" until , when officer platoon commanders were re-designated as "platoon leaders" was not authorized until Depending on the time period, the platoon could include from as few as 20 privates with two corporals, two sergeants, and a lieutenant to as many as 44 with four corporals, two sergeants, and a lieutenant with 10 to 22 privates per section.
The corporals, and the sergeant, prior to the increase to two corporals per section, led the two squads of the section. The squads were primarily a non-tactical sub-unit used mainly for drill marching practice, formations, ceremonies, etc.
Indeed, the sections, as well as the platoons, were primarily administrative sub-units of the company, since tactically the company seldom employed in other than as a massed formation.
The standard procedure, once the company had marched into its position in the line of battle, was for the company to form facing the enemy as two ranks, by platoon, one behind the other.
The commanding officer a captain , and the one to three lieutenants, serving as platoon commanders not designated as platoon "leaders" until and the executive officer again depending on the time period, but not officially authorized until would direct the fighting, leading from the front in the attack and on the flanks in the defense.
The executive officer, when assigned, or usually the junior lieutenant and the first sergeant were normally positioned behind the battle line so as to assist the company commander in overseeing the company and managing the rear company trains, including the wagoner and company supply wagon - under the supervision of the quartermaster sergeant, as well as casualties, enemy prisoners, non-combatants, deserters, etc.
While the officers managed the battle and the staff NCOs first sergeant and quartermaster sergeant superintended logistics, the NCOs sergeants and corporals served as first-line supervisors and leaders by exhibiting a soldierly example for their privates and encouraging them to maintain proper discipline and to fight effectively.
In so doing, the sergeants acted as "file closers", working the line by putting men forward to replace casualties in the front rank, exhorting men to fire, reload, move forward, etc.
The corporals physically led by example much like modern fire team leaders by taking their place in the line with their privates, fighting alongside them, and by demonstrating proper soldierly attributes.
Cavalry platoons had a similar organization to the infantry, but with fewer men; platoons rarely exceeded around 33 men, including the lieutenant, sergeants and corporals.
Field artillery platoons, led by a lieutenant who rode his own horse , with two or three to a battery, normally consisted of two gun sections.
Each gun section was led by a sergeant who also rode his own horse and consisted of two half sections led by a corporal.
One half section contained the gun and its implements, its limber including one ammunition chest and four to six horses depending on gun weight and available horses , and several members of the gun crew.
The corporal and one or two privates rode on the horses pulling the limber, while a couple of privates rode on the ammunition chest lid seat.
The other half section consisted of the caisson which carried two ammunition chests, tools, spare parts, baggage, and a spare wheel with its limber again with one ammunition chest , pulled by four to six horses, and two spare horses when available tethered to the rear of the caisson, and the remainder of the gun crew with the corporal and privates riding the horses or sitting on the several ammunition chests lid seats.
In total, the field artillery platoon at full strength of men, horses, and equipment consisted of a lieutenant, two sergeants, four corporals, 24 privates, 31 horses, four limbers, two caissons, two field guns, two spare wheels, plus ammunition, implements, tools, spare parts, and baggage.
By the end of World War I in , the rifle platoon had expanded to its largest size in U. Army history into a unit of 59 soldiers.
This platoon organization included one lieutenant, three sergeants, eight corporals, 15 privates first class, and 32 privates.
The platoon was organized into a six-man platoon headquarters including the platoon commander, a sergeant as "assistant to platoon commander", and four privates as "runners" or messengers and four sections.
The sections were specialized by primary weapon and each contained a different number of men. The "Riflemen" and "Automatic Riflemen" sections were each led by a sergeant and divided into two squads of eight and seven men each, respectively, including a corporal to lead each squad.
The "Hand Bombers" i. In the United States Army ,  rifle platoons are normally composed of 42 soldiers. They consist of three rifle squads , one weapons squad, and a six-man headquarters.
The rifle squads each consist of two fire teams and a squad leader, while the weapons squad consists of two medium machine gun teams, two close combat missile teams, and a squad leader.
A typical infantry company consists of 3 rifle platoons and a 4th platoon known as a weapons platoon. The weapons platoon typically provides heavy weapons support to the company and includes mortar, anti-armor and heavy machine guns organically.
The platoon headquarters also includes a platoon guide , a sergeant E-5 , who serves as the assistant platoon sergeant, and a messenger Pvt or PFC.
Rifle platoons consist of three rifle squads of 13 men each, led by a sergeant E Barnes finds Elias alone and shoots him, then returns and tells Chris that Elias was killed by the enemy.
While the platoon is being extracted via helicopter, they glimpse Elias, mortally wounded, emerging from the treeline and being chased by a group of North Vietnamese soldiers, who kill him.
Chris surmises that Barnes was responsible for mortally wounding Elias. At the base, Chris attempts to talk his group into fragging Barnes in retaliation when Barnes, having overheard them, enters the room and mocks them.
Chris assaults the intoxicated Barnes but is quickly overpowered. Barnes seems ready to kill Chris, but Rhah tells Barnes that it is not worth ten years in prison for killing an enlisted soldier, so instead Barnes cuts Chris near his eye with a push dagger before departing.
The platoon is sent back to the front line to maintain defensive positions, where Chris shares a foxhole with Francis.
That night, a major NVA assault occurs , and the defensive lines are broken. Most of the platoon, including Wolfe and most of Barnes' followers, are killed in the ensuing battle.
O'Neill, known for shirking duties and being one of Barnes' lackeys, hides under a dead soldier to avoid being seen.
Chris, along with Francis, finds his courage and counterattacks, killing many of the invading NVA. Chris even leaves the fighting hole to pursue the enemy.
During the attack, an NVA sapper , armed with explosives, destroys the battalion headquarters in a suicide attack.
Now in command of the defense, Captain Harris orders his air support to expend all their remaining ordnance inside his perimeter.
During the chaos, Chris encounters Barnes, who is wounded and driven to insanity. Just as Barnes is about to kill Chris, both men are knocked unconscious by the air strike.
Chris regains consciousness the following morning, picks up an enemy rifle, and finds Barnes, who orders him to call a medic. Seeing that Chris will not help, Barnes contemptuously orders Chris to kill him; Chris does so.
Francis, who survived the battle unharmed, deliberately stabs himself in the leg and reminds Chris that because they have been twice wounded, they can return home.
Chris waves goodbye to the remaining troops as helicopters carry him and Francis away along with other wounded soldiers.
Overwhelmed, Chris sobs as he glares down at craters full of corpses. In a voice-over, he says that although the war is now over for him, it will remain with him for the rest of his life.
After his tour of duty in the Vietnam War ended in , Oliver Stone wrote a screenplay called Break, a semi-autobiographical account detailing his experiences with his parents and his time in the Vietnam War.
Stone's active duty service resulted in a "big change" in how he viewed life and the war. Although the screenplay Break was never produced, he later used it as the basis for Platoon.
Break featured several characters who were the seeds of those he developed in Platoon. The script was set to music from The Doors ; Stone sent the script to Jim Morrison in the hope he would play the lead.
Morrison never responded, but his manager returned the script to Stone shortly after Morrison's death; Morrison had the script with him when he died in Paris.
Although Break was never produced, Stone decided to attend film school. After writing several other screenplays in the early s, Stone worked with Robert Bolt on the screenplay, The Cover-up it was not produced.
Bolt's rigorous approach rubbed off on Stone. The younger man used his characters from the Break screenplay and developed a new screenplay, which he titled Platoon.
Producer Martin Bregman attempted to elicit studio interest in the project, but was not successful. Stone claims that during that time, Sidney Lumet was to have helmed the film with Al Pacino slated to star had there been studio interest.
The film was a critical and commercial success, as were some other Stone films at the time, but most studios were still reluctant to finance The Platoon, because it was about the unpopular Vietnam War.
After the release of The Deer Hunter and Apocalypse Now , the studios then cited the perception that these films were considered the pinnacle of the Vietnam War film genre as reasons not to make Platoon.
Stone responded by attempting to break into mainstream direction via the easier-to-finance horror genre, but The Hand failed at the box office, and he began to think The Platoon would never be made.
According to Stone, Cimino attempted to produce The Platoon in De Laurentiis secured financing for Platoon, but he struggled to find a distributor.
Because De Laurentiis had already spent money sending Stone to the Philippines to scout for locations, he decided to keep control of the film's script until he was repaid.
Once again, this was a project that Stone had struggled to secure financing for, but Daly loved the script and was prepared to finance both Salvador and The Platoon.
Stone shot Salvador first, before turning his attention to what was by now called Platoon. Platoon was filmed on the island of Luzon in the Philippines starting in February The production was almost canceled because of the political upheaval in the country , due to then-president Ferdinand Marcos.
With the help of well-known Asian producer Mark Hill, the shoot commenced, as scheduled, two days after Marcos fled the country.
The production made a deal with the Philippine military for the use of military equipment. Scenes were shot in Mount Makiling for the forest scenes , Cavite for the river and village scenes , and Villamor Air Base near Manila.
James Woods , who had starred in Stone's film Salvador , was offered a part in Platoon. Despite his friendship with the director, he turned it down, later saying he "couldn't face going into another jungle with [Oliver Stone]".
Denzel Washington expressed interest in playing the role of Elias. He believes Costner turned down the role "because his brother had been in Vietnam.
Upon arrival in the Philippines, the cast was sent on an intensive training course, during which they had to dig foxholes and were subjected to forced marches and nighttime "ambushes," which used special-effects explosions.
Led by Vietnam War veteran Dale Dye , training put the principal actors—including Sheen, Dafoe, Depp and Whitaker—through an immersive day military-style training regimen.
They limited how much food and water they could drink and eat and when the actors slept, fired blanks to keep the tired actors awake.
Stone said that he was trying to break them down, "to mess with their heads so we could get that dog-tired, don't give a damn attitude, the anger, the irritation It wasn't going to kill people, but you felt comfortable with it.
Marine Corps Vietnam War veteran who also served as the film's technical advisor. The film score was by Georges Delerue.
During a scene in the "Underworld", the soldiers sing along to " The Tracks of My Tears " by Smokey Robinson and The Miracles , which was also featured in the film's trailer.
Platoon was released in the United States on December 19, and in the Philippines  and the United Kingdom in March , with its release in the latter receiving an above 15 rating for strong language, scenes of violence, and soft drug use.
It was released again on VHS in by Polygram Filmed Entertainment who briefly held the rights to the film through its purchase of the Epic library.
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