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Maybe wise to set up a fail safe,so if you lose a connection between transmitter and receiver it returns your sub to the surface.Have seen some planes lose radio connection and fly off on there own intill they run out of fuel.Looking forward to yo...
Exactly...I couldn't have said it better myself! I still have all of my Squad Leader gear and have played it with a friend from work. He's off to Italy for a couple weeks on vacation, but want to get wargaming again when he gets back. I plan on sh...
Pretty cool stuff! I like the concept.
I think life in general has just gotten so busy for many...I know that to be true for me. These days, we seem to be juggling more and more. I just started modeling again after about a years' absence; mainly because of other projects and hobbies ta...
I have to admit, though, every time I open this thread, I'm waiting for a little Fred Astaire figure to come out.... :icon_smooch: Nah...but you might see Gene Kelly singing in the rain!
Z - 8rad SdKfz 231 crossing muddy stream.jpg Z - 8rad SdKfz 232 being raised.jpg Z - 8rad SdKfz 232 12w.jpg Z - 8rad SdKfz 234 3 1aq.jpgabout the last photo i believe that is Thessaloniki(Salonica) Greece 1943 .To the right the roman arch of Ga...
Thank you gents. Everything you see came with the kit. it's the newer release of this tank. G
I have to admit, though, every time I open this thread, I'm waiting for a little Fred Astaire figure to come out.... :icon_smooch:
That was one of the things I liked about Squad Leader. It was the first wargame I ever bought (I played Afrika Korps once, then bought SL!). The leaning curve was quite steep, but you could go at your own pace. The first two scenarios were just sq...
I've bought and am learning the rules to this game. I own the binder with the full rules, and almost all the modules (most are originals)...but I've always had a hard time sinking my teeth into even the basics.
I am finding the starter Kit #1, which deals with just Infantry, is a nice and easy entry into the system, as the rules are a 'Lite' version; not all of the Infantry rules seem to be in there...which is a good thing! I don't feel overwhelmed by the system.
I am figuring that once I have the starter kit somewhat mastered, I can delve into the full rules and get the big picture on Infantry tactics; and then move on to artillery and armor from the ASL binder.
so far, I recommend this approach to anyone wanting to get into the system.
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I share with you this article with an extensive report and photos about the greatest ace of WW2, the German pilot Erich Hartmann:
I don't post links yet, so, paste in your browser the following text: "aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/02/erich-hartmann-o-as-dos-ases.html"
Sorry for the incovenient.
Hope you enjoy and I count on your visit!
The narrator mentions this being somewhere between Sidney and Adelaide. I've got to look at this channel more, there look to be some great videos.
Sorry, this should have gone here. Don't know what I was thinking yesterday?!
Okay, how-to.... We all have questions. Newbies have questions, vets have questions. So, visit Scale War Machines dot com. There are videos and photos articles for just about anything you want to do. Even that weirdo sci-fi stuff!
Okay, I found a video on FB, then investigated where it came from. Found a couple of interesting videos that I watched, but there are a whole lot more to watch!
I'm sure this isn't entirely new here, but I had to share in case someone wasn't aware.