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Terrible close-up of the Fokker C-X conversion I made for Lothlann, using a Fiat CR2 as a base. I covered the cockpit, added a rear MG and bombs, and cut the front spinner off, as the Fokker had a blunt nose.
Some shots of a battle I had vs Rob's Canadians, using my Desert Rats. The Bocage was just hedges for this game.
Its been quite a while, and with the big Petawawa tournament gone, I can get back into something that isn't painting French! Last time for Skirmish, I posted pics of my finished army with a week to go, my buddy Serge B saw my post, and "redoubled his efforts" on his FeldHerrenHalle and got best painted! This time I posted almost nothing, hence why I wanted to keep some of these older vids until afterwards. Since I have the memory of a goldfish I then forgot to upload them at all! Of course, sadly, Serge couldnt make the tournament, and instead my RobK ended up sharing best presentation with Drew's DAK 15th Panzers. Anyhow, here are three battle reports from last month. I'll take some pics of my French this week. Scratch that, Drew has pics with his way better camera: http://covering-fire.blogspot.ca/2012/04/paths-of-glory-12.html#more Enjoy. Hedge row mania France vs Finland. How many C-X biplanes can I shoot down? Lots! My Armored Company vs Ca$h's Panzers. After this game I switch over to Armored Rifles and their Bazooka madness!!

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  1. AAR 66 is "whobbly" - whats up with that?

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  2. Could be stability control... the shakiness of, say AAR 67, seems to be smoothed out.

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  3. yeah its f-ing youtube being stupid. Ill see if I cant fix it

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  4. Alright I reverted it back so it should no longer be a bad acid trip watching AAR 66

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  5. Hey, nice looking FOW site. I just discovered by chance, added you to my favorite sites :-)

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