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Operation Chastise - 75 Years On
On 17 May 1943, Operation Chastise, or the ‘Dam Busters raid’, was executed. Today marks the 75th anniversary of the famous raid, which saw Royal Air Force No. 617 Squadron using Barnes Wallis’s ‘bouncing bomb’ on the Möhne Dam and Eder Dam, as well as the Sorpe and Ennepe Dams. Continue Reading
Sneak Peek at July's Artwork
Today we have another artwork reveal, but this time we're taking a sneak peek into July releases. Continue Reading
The Ship That Would Not Die
Today's guest blog post is from Thomas McKelvey Cleaver, author of Tidal Wave: From Leyte Gulf to Tokyo Bay. Here Thomas discusses how the USS Laffey earned the nickname 'The Ship That Would Not Die' during World War II. Continue Reading


MAA Suggestions
Hello everyone.  Since the forum isn't as active as it used to be and knowing that the... Read more
Tarawa90 2018-05-23 23:36:21
What about Undead Warfare?
Good morning Skulhedman, Glad to hear that you enjoyed the series, but unfortunately there... Read more
Pete @ Osprey Games 2018-05-17 08:46:47
Duel No. 35 F105 vs SAM-2
Emily. Thanks for the update. I echo painty's sentiments 'e any updates. Regards. Read more
PAUL W 2018-05-20 18:58:43
Has RAF Fighters vs Luftwaffe Bombers (DUEL68) been discontinued for the 3rd & final time?
Thanks for the update Emily. It' a shame as I was looking forward to both books. Read more
PAUL W 2018-05-20 18:56:56

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