This month's scenario was found in the pages of Jason D. Mark's excellent Panzer Krieg Volume 1. I'm a huge fan of his works and waited a long time for this volume. These are not cheap books, but the information contained in them is priceless. Mark's detailed writing is unsurpassed by any other author save perhaps Doug Nash.
In the course of reading the book, I was intrigued by a small snippet talking about Soviet probing attacks designed to cut into the German pocket and reduce it. The German airfields were the ultimate objectives. In one such case, the Soviets would succeed in punching through the defense only to be met with counter-attacking German armor and cycle troops. It's mind boggling to think the Germans were even capable of such a response at the last stages of the Stalingrad Campaign.