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Long Range Desert Group (LRDG): is a solitaire game covering small-scale British operations against the Axis forces in North Africa. The player has to carry out one of four missions, or string all four together in a campaign game….

Merrill’s Marauders: is a solitaire game covering missions behind Japanese lines in the Burmese jungle. The player has to carry out one of four missions, or string all four together in a campaign game…

Barbarossa Deluxe: A strategic-level, two-player “mini-monster” of intermediate complexity, designed by Ty Bomba, covering the entire Russo-German War…

American Revolution: This is a ziplock reprint of the original game. It has one map. Includes a 32-page booklet and a PAC…


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The first B-52 bomber flew in 1952. Since then the USAF has taken delivery of a total of 744 of them in over eight major configurations. Today there are still 76 of the “H” models in service, available for use in both nuclear and conventional warfare. In September 2011, under the provisions of the $88 million CONECT (Combat Network Communications & Technology) program, those remaining planes will be further updated and then kept in service, possibly as long as 2044. It is considered likely by 2044, military aviation will have evolved to where it’s solely a matter of unmanned autonomous and drone aircraft, thereby bringing on an earlier retirement for the famous bombers. See MoreSee Less

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Today in Military History
23 August 1595

Wallachian troops under the command of Michael the Brave defeat the Ottoman Empire in the Battle of Călugăreni. In 1591, Turkish forces captured Bihać (modern-day Bosnia and Herzegovina), sparking the Long Turkish War between the Holy Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire. In 1593, Michael the Brave became the Prince of Wallachia (modern-day Romania). Under Michael, Wallachia broke from the Ottoman Empire and became an ally of the Holy Roman Empire. On 4 August 1595, Ottoman forces crossed the Danube River to retake Wallachia. The Ottoman army numbered nearly 100,000 men, countered by the significantly smaller force of Michael, who could only field 16,000. The two sides clashed near Călugăreni on 23 August. Using the terrain to his advantage, Michael was able to inflict heavy casualties on the Ottoman troops. The battle would later be remembered as one of the most important battles in Romanian history. See MoreSee Less

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New Minis Now Available!

Ceres & Phobos Rising for $12.95 each!

Ceres: Operation Stolen Base is a solitaire game depicting the actions of an elite Rebel task force attempting to seize the largest source of water in the Solar System shortly after the outbreak of the Free Mars Revolution. Your task force must defeat the Earth Federation ships in the area and seize the primary surface base.

Phobos Rising! is a solitaire game depicting the heroic actions of an elite team attempting to secure key facilities on Mars. Success means Mars has been secured and the Martian Revolution, depicted at the start of the Free Mars game, begins with a general uprising across the colonies bases and ships in the Solar System. See MoreSee Less

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World at War Issue #50 – Game Edition
Zhukov’s War

Mailed 8/18/16 to Subscribers. Allow 4-6 weeks for USPS delivery. See MoreSee Less

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Today in Military History
18 August 1965

The US launches Operation Starlite against Viet Cong forces during the Vietnam War. On 8 March 1965, the US deployed 3,500 Marines to South Vietnam, marking the escalation of US involvement in the Vietnam War. In August 1965, South Vietnamese intelligence reported a buildup of Viet Cong forces near the Chu Lai Airbase. To counter the threat, Lt. Gen. Lewis Walt organized an operation to counter the Viet Cong. Operation Starlite was launched on 18 August and was the first entirely US-led operation in the war. The operation would last until 24 August, and would provide the US with important lessons learned for future operations. See MoreSee Less