Did it right this time: Exiting Foxhole?

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A foxhole in an Open Ground hex contains a concealed unit. A wooden
building lies adjacent to this hex.

An enemy MMC is ADJACENT to it (not in the building)

During it's Movement Phase the the concealed unit declares Assault Move
(intending to move into the building) and moves out of the foxhole
for 1MF, loses concealement
and is subject to DFF
it survives and moves into the buidling for 2MF.

If the starting hex was concealment terrain, it would NOT lose concealment,
correct?

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asloser said:
Seems ok to me. The First fire against the unit would also qualify for -1 FFMO modifier.
Yup, seems right to me.

Please note that if the -1 FFMO did NOT apply (for example shooting out of smoke), then the moving unit would not have lost concealment. See A10.531 for a definition of Open Ground to be used for concealment loss (as well as interdiction).
 
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