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Американский варгейм-журнал публикующий карточные игры по мотивам различных войн мировой истории. В каждом номере журнала, помимо игры содержатся исторические справки, которые дают информацию об истории битв и сражений. В номере есть карта для настольной военно-тактической игры.В номере - Стратегическое вооружение 80-х годов.

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Completing a tough and potentially risky course where only one-third of the officers make it in the scheduled four weeks leaves one with a sense of accomplishment and pride. This was true with all who qualified. That same sense of pride in being a paratrooper carried over into combat. No mission was too dangerous or impossible. The shiny paratrooper boots and wings created a bond among those who wore them. These men were not ordinary soldiers. This sense of pride was expressed in a letter I wrote to my brother George at Camp Robinson on 27 June: I got my parachute wings last Friday.

Every morning I made the rounds of local factory employment offices. The answer was always the same. In 1934, a high school graduate could not beg, borrow, or steal a job. In August 1934 I heard that the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) provided clean outdoor work. I applied, was accepted, and in October found myself in the north woods of Wisconsin. The CCC transformed me from a seventeen-year-old kid to a working man. I ate three wholesome meals a day, kept regular hours, and worked outdoors in all kinds of weather in a healthy environment.

Legislation establishing priorities for the use of essential resources was quickly approved. Victory gardens replaced lawns; sewing and knitting were in vogue. Patriotism knew no bounds as the nation mobilized for war. It was the defining moment for my generation. On the day of graduation—28 May 1942—when I walked across the stage dressed in a black cap and gown, I was given a diploma in my left hand and an officer’s commission in my right. S. Army. Only moments later, I received orders assigning me, along with six others, to report for duty on 8 June 1942 at Fort Knox, Kentucky.

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