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|Location||Kokoda Track, New Guinea|
|Belligerents|| Australia |
This is a large map with six control points: four under Australian control, and two under Japanese control.
Whichever side holds four or more control points will incur a ticket bleed to the other side.
The Australian control points are linked by a long, mountainious winding track, and the Japanese can only capture these control point along the way. Bypassing one to capture another will not work here. The control points get neutralised and captured instantly. Tanks and other land vehicles are crucial for fighting along the narrow track and around control points, while aircraft play a supportive role on providing close air support for the ground troops.