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Posted on Apr 10, 2004 in Stuff We Like

Duxford Land Warfare Hall

Two of our readers recently took a trip to the Duxford site of the Imperial War Museum in England and have some great AFV and land warfare pictures to share.

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Posted on Mar 19, 2004 in Stuff We Like


Jeff Botts gives Armchair General an inside look at the exciting military simulations players take part in during a game of Airsoft.

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Posted on Feb 24, 2004 in Stuff We Like

Bovington Tank Museum

One of our readers has contributed an excellent piece on his visit to the The Tank Museum in Bovington, England. Many excellent photographs of AFV's from the past 80+ years.

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Posted on Feb 10, 2004 in Stuff We Like

Lewis and Clark

Reenactors are often told they are ?Historical Travelers? in the way they walk the paths and try to relive the experiences of people from previous years. But for a real historical travel, perhaps nothing can match the outstanding reenactment event of the year.

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Posted on Dec 9, 2003 in Stuff We Like

Battlefields Revisited

Armchair General is proud to present Battlefields Revisited; an ongoing feature where we explore old gaming classics tied in with new units, rule sets and features.

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Posted on Nov 19, 2003 in Stuff We Like

A Hero for Peace

On September 26th, 1983, at 12:40 AM, a Soviet Oko satellite detected a missile launch from Malmstrom AirForce Base in Montana, the main U.S. intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) field.

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Posted on Nov 6, 2003 in Stuff We Like

Bibles and Bullets

The purpose of the reenactor is to show today's generation the similarities and differences of people in the past. One of these differences and similarities is in front of me now as I write this article -- a reproduction of a Bible for Civil War soldiers.

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Posted on Oct 31, 2003 in Stuff We Like

After-Action Report: Crusader ’41

Some of the most interesting reading can come from after-game summaries by players of all types of wargames. This particular match was between two Armchair General staff members as they recreate the Crusader battle between the Commonwealth and the Axis.

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