The US army was represented by John and Mike, 2 platoons, 50 cal team,Battlegroup HQ with a jeep, and an Observer team with a jeep. 2 offboard 81mm mortars.
US Battlegroup Command comes on to watch the action from the cover of a cornfield. Not a good idea as he parked in front of a MG42, in sight of the German observer in the windmill. After losing his staff officer, the team jumped over a hedge in front of another MG42 team. Take a morale chit and no rerolling of dice! An illustrative example of the high combat loses of inexperienced leaders in combat.
After 3 hours, the Germans start getting morale chits giving a total of 9 out of 12, whilst the US have 19 out of 27, and a marginal US victory.
Any lessons to be learned would be the importance of coordinating the actions of the infantry, and plenty of heavy weapons supporting the advance to contact, or allowing manoevre of infantry on the field free from enemy interference.