The first game in the Operation Martlet pint-sized campaign for Chain of Command
The second attack on Cardonville, 8 June 1944, in the Chain of Command 29, Let’s Go! campaign.
Trying out Chain of Command in 15mm scale, with my figures
Troops from G Company, 2nd Battalion, 175 Infantry Regiment, 29 Infantry Division assault a German position near their radar station at Cardonville – a Chain of Command scenario
Scenario three in the Chain of Command 29, Let’s Go! campaign pack sees the 175th IR, 29th Infantry Division continue its push towards Isigny
Game two in the 29, Let’s Go campaign sees the Germans in a bit of a tight spot….
At 0530 on D+2, LT “Bucky” Buckner of the 175th Inf Rgt, 29th Inf Div, was feeling pretty pleased with himself. Overnight, his patrols had located an undefended route to […]
Very short writeups of some Chain of Command games I played over the Christmas break
A couple of tanks and other support for my 1/72 Chain of Command British.
Two DBA 3.0 games and a game of Chain of Command.