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Mbrien198805 Apr 2015 12:17 p.m. PST

Hi all!
Well I played my first game of AirWar C-21 this Friday. It was a training mission and a good way to learn the rules.


Check out my post on my blog about the game.



Mako1105 Apr 2015 3:29 p.m. PST

Looking good!

Thanks for sharing your playtest, and pics.

I need to get some more modern and ultra-modern jets painted up.

Been wanting to do some more air gaming for quite some time now.

I think that the TD Blinders would make decent supersonic bombers to escort over the Baltics, at least until someone makes a decent Backfire in metal.

Pair a couple of those with 2 – 4 Sukhois, and you've got a good little force for a supersonic dash over "enemy" territory in the region.

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