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Battling in Bocage

Hi Everyone,

Trying my hand at making some bocage for the Chain of Command campaign (and 15mm gaming in general).

A far simpler process than I imagined (although a bit fiddly), with a simple material list and good results. 437 more words


Chain of Command

Played my first game of Chain of Command today. Finally got to use those G.I.s I painted a few months ago. Bit of a learning curve but a fun and interesting game. 447 more words


Chain of Command/ Germans.

Well this week I’ve been sorting out a German Platoon for my mate Dave. I’ve managed to pick up a load ready painted 28mm Germans over the last few months on e-bay and at Gaming shows I’ve attended so had more than enough for myself so thought I’d sort some out for Dave as I know how much he hates painting ;o). 29 more words


CoC: Villers-Bocage Mission 2: Probe

Holding the Line:

Chain of Command: Villers-Bocage Campaign. Mission 2: Probe

Bruised and battered but encouraged after defeating the Panzer Lehr troops on the way to Livry, the British force expected the German’s to be more prepared now. 1,725 more words



In my unending (and potentially ill-advised) quest to interest some of my non-wargaming friends in miniatures wargaming, I set up a game of Chain of Command, which I refereed, while two of said friends played. 901 more words

World War Two

"Black Brigade", Polish 10th Cavalry

Hi Everyone,

For an army list competition over on the TFL forums, I decided to follow the history of the Polish “Black Brigade”, the 10th Cavalry Brigade. 248 more words


The Ethics of a Nurse's Refusal to Force-Feed Guantanamo Hunger-Strikers

Douglas Olsen is an associate professor at the Michigan State University College of Nursing in East Lansing and a contributing editor of AJN, where he regularly writes about ethical issues in nursing. 553 more words

Professional Identity