I'm really curious to hear the other team's radio chatter. No offense intended, because I hope this is taken as constructive criticism and not an attack, but there was not enough communication happening from high command down to the Lances. There would be long minutes between requesting orders and any order updates, and orders that were given were often difficult to interpret or required follow up questions for clarification. Lance 2 followed command's orders and didn't jump the gun, but it was very frustrating watching half the company get pushed into a meat grinder where we could have helped immensely, but our orders were to stay put and await orders that didn't come until requested.
Perhaps I misinterpreted how the command structure was supposed to work. Maybe the lances were supposed to perform autonomously the moment enemy contact was made and follow additional high command orders as they came down? Either way, on round 2 the strategy was sound but the tactics employed were flawed. And in round 3 the strategy was again sound, but the tactics flawed as missiles were not fired in concentrated salvos and command utterly failed to issue orders to Lance 2 who was relegated to a rearguard defense that didn't get into the action until half the company was obliterated.