Game Setup: The US paratroopers deploy holding the western shore of the Merdet, their objectives consist of the bridge crossing, the main manor house and the south bound road that headed towards Utah beach. With the exception of Glider reineforcments, all of the US forces deployed on the board with the hidden setup rules.
German forces are divided into two waves, one that will come on first turn and the rest to come in as reserves. The Panzer IV can't deploy earlier than turn two, relying on whether or not German high command has allowed their panzers into the fight early.
Draw = US forces hold all three objectives, but have ground to a stalemate with the German forces.
US Victory = Hold all three objectives and counter attack the Germans, driving into their deployment area.
German Victory = Capture at least one American objective.
On the evening of June 6th, after a day of fighting to claim and hold La Fiere Manor, the 82nd Airborne has dug in around the manor, focusing their defense around the causeway bridge across the Merdet. Supported by a pair of bazookas and a 57mm anti-tank gun, the US paratroopers dig in for the evening, when the German counter attack overruns the town of Cauquigny and pushed down the causeway towards the manor.
Result: Overwhelming American victory. German forces destroyed nearly to a man, with only a couple of units left. American forces hold all objectives and have pushed forwards into the German deployment area, carrying the attack down the causeway.