Author Archives: Coiler12
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.
Northern Fury: H-Hour, a book based on the Command scenario set, has now been released. The book describes the leadup to and beginning of a Third World War in the 1990s between NATO and a surviving USSR.
Last August, I started a specific review blog called Fuldapocalypse Fiction that was originally meant to review just World War III books (think Hackett, Red Storm Rising, Team Yankee, etc…) Now it’s grown to encompass all sorts of cheap thrillers-and grown to a hundred posts. I made a special reflection post to celebrate.
Most of the time in decisive naval battles, both in real life and Command, the winner wins in a lopsided manner, with very few losses. The frequently deterministic nature of it means that once force is concentrated, the result is very clear. However, playing the still-excellent First Contact standalone scenarios included with Command, and remembering […]
Command: Desert Storm, the latest major expansion, has been released.
Not too long ago, I made this simple map of where the currently released Command LIVE scenarios take place. The locations by region are as follows: Europe: 2 (You Brexit You Fix It, Don of A New Era) Middle East: 2 (Old Grudges Never Die, Black Gold Blitz) Asia: 4 (Spratly Spat, Korean Missile Crisis, […]