Say an Allied unit occupies a bridge; they get a victory medal. Now say an Axis unit knocks an Allied unit off the bridge in a close assault and then takes ground on the bridge. The Allies lose that victory medal, correct? And what if the Allies reoccupy the bridge? Do they get the victory medal back? Thanks again!!!
Actually, technically the medal does not change hands. The Brits either have the medal or they do not. (And, yes, to answer the original poster's question, the Brits can win the medal again after regaining control of the bridge.) The Germans never win a medal for holding a bridge (nor lose a medal for losing a bridge).
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Re: Pegasus Bridge medals
Actually, I was just looking for an answer on this. In this scenario, the objective of the Germans is basically to prevent the Allies from collecting 4 medals, right? They either have to wipe out the Allied troops or force them to concede?