Author Archives: Coiler12
The Heavy OPFOR Organizational presents a self-proclaimed “composite” example of an infantry division, in contrast to its explicitly Soviet/Russian styled motor rifle and tank formations. Fittingly, this serves as an example of the “classic” triangular division found by many countries since World War II. After World War II, with armor becoming more common, the classical […]
Here, I’m not talking about books dealing with unconventional warfare. I’m talking about military fiction books that have unconventional premises from the usual popular technothriller topics. And in my long history of reading and reviewing such books, I’ve found more than a few. Some of the most out-there include: Dark Rose by Mike Lunnon-Wood. A […]
Command: Modern Operations, the sequel to Command: Modern Air/Naval Operations, is now out.
At the beginning of this month, Command Modern Operations was announced. Now a full developer interview is available.
After much work, Kushan’s Command reenactment of the famous Operation El Dorado Canyon is finally released to the public for open testing. It can be accessed on the Matrix forums here.
Two early 1990s exercise books give examples of fictional air and naval forces that aren’t simply the most advanced enemies possible. The countries are in the British Generic Enemy-ROWEN and American Light OPFOR manuals. The GENFORCE ROWEN air force has a sample order of battle attached, and it consists of: Three fighter/ground attack wings, each […]
The Steam Summer Sale is on, and Command is on sale there.