Pages Menu

Categories Menu

Posted on Aug 28, 2005 in Armchair Reading

Mosquitos on Dambuster Raids?

I thoroughly enjoyed your most recent issue, especially the articles on WWII, including "The Best of WWII". I had only one minor quibble with that article, the comment that the DeHavilland Mosquito was used on many special missions, including the "Dambusters Raid".

Read More

Posted on Aug 17, 2005 in Armchair Reading

Comments about D.C. Destinations article

I just read the March 2005 issue of Armchair General, and have a few comments on the "More D.C. Destinations" article in Dispatches. The World War II Memorial is a component of the National Mall and Memorial Parks, a unit of the National Park Service. It's official name is "World War II Memorial", without the "National" in front of it. The "National" was used for fund-raising purposes only, to bring attention to the fact that this would be a true national memorial.

Read More

Posted on Aug 8, 2005 in Armchair Reading

Purchasing Back Issues and Suggestions

I can't stop reading this magazine. It's that good. I'm on vacation and every part of the magazine is interesting. I'm wearing it out. Guys, anyway to purchase back issues? I'm glad one of my buddies gave me a free copy from a gaming convention to check out. Do you take suggestions for stuff to have in your great magazine?

Read More

Posted on Aug 2, 2005 in Armchair Reading

Medal of Honor – SFC Paul Smith

In your latest issue, which I await eagerly every month, you have an article about SFC Paul Smith, MOH. Slight error though. SFC Smith was mounted on an M113 APC while using the .50 HMG against the enemy, not an M2 Bradley. The M2/3 Bradley series vehicle does not mount a .50, but a 7.62 coax mg.

Read More