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 on: 19 February 2018, 08:44:36 
Started by stoffel - Last post by S-1
The team proudly announced that Eric Bork, writer for Band of Brothers award winning series is now involved with creating the game.

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 on: 27 January 2018, 18:26:58 
Started by stoffel - Last post by lhughes42
It's  been a pleasure having Henk involved (as well as Steve Overton as lead scenario designer). I'm always humbled by the involvement of those who have served.   

  It's also a pleasure to join War and Tactics. Looking forward to our conversations. Happy to answer questions. I recommend the two minute teaser here if you want a very quick intro:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVDjLmeiIoM
 

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 on: 27 January 2018, 17:58:57 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
Burden of Command,

A new title under development, but one with a new concept.
A game that emphasizes on command decisions.
Its based on company and platoonsized engagements.
The player will have to make decisions, like a real commander has to.
This means earning the trust of your men, though on the other hand you have to take decisions that effect their life and dead.
But also morale issues and making friends, how to maintain friendships or other emotions that can have positive or negative effects on the decisions you make and eventually the outcome of a battle.
Luke Hughes, the founder of the game has brought together a team of experienced and talented people.
Data specialists, (scenario)writers, people from the military (US and other NATO countries) and game enthusiasts/ grognards from other known titles like Combat Mission, Panzercommand and Tacops.
Among them this author who joined the team as a scenariowriter.

Read more about the game in the following interviews and reviews!

Official website:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVDjLmeiIoM

reviews:

https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2017/11/17/the-flare-path-emotionally-authentic/

https://waypoint.vice.com/en_us/article/j5v3kp/meet-the-developers-behind-a-wargame-about-people-not-weapons?utm_source=wptwitterus

Twitter:
 https://twitter.com/steinwallen/status/958012597911146498



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 on: 20 December 2017, 21:02:57 
Started by sempai - Last post by sempai
Pairs for WITTMANN´S HOUR 1944 posted! Battle files go out as soon as I have time to do them.

Greetings

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 on: 21 November 2017, 19:57:01 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
German police detained six Syrians suspected of planning an attack using weapons or explosives on behalf of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militant group, prosecutors said.
Police detained the suspects aged between 20 and 28 during raids in the cities of Kassel, Hanover, Essen and Leipzig, the general prosecutor's office in Frankfurt said in a statement.
Some 500 police officers took part in the raids, during which eight apartments were searched.
Four of the suspects arrived in Germany in December 2014 and two arrived the following year. All six had applied for asylum.
The prosecutor's office did not say if their asylum applications had been approved.
Prosecutors said the six Syrians "are suspected of being members of the foreign terrorist organisation that calls itself Islamic State (IS)", using an alternative acronym for ISIS.
It is the second time this month that Syrians have been arrested on suspicion of planning militant violence, there target may have been the Essen x-mas market..
Earlier this month, a 19-year-old Syrian man was detained on suspicion of planning a bomb attack.
The arrest comes one month before the first anniversary of an attack in Berlin by a failed Tunisian asylum seeker who killed 12 people by ploughing a truck into a Christmas market.
Concrete blocks have been installed around Christmas markets at several central squares in the capital this year before the festive season opens in a couple of weeks..

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 on: 1 November 2017, 11:45:46 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
German police arrested a 19 year old Syrian.
He was a suspect in an ongoing investigation against terrorist attacks.
Special forces arrested the man known only as Yamen A.
The arrest took place in Schwerin.
The man came under watch because he aquired detonators, accid and other chemicals to produce bombs.
His aim was to maim and kill as many people as he could.

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 on: 18 November 2017, 11:01:47 
Started by Sempai - Last post by sempai
Guys, the final deadline is the last day of this month! That´s a must! We have to continue and I apologize for my softness in holding the original deadline! I´m very hindered at the moment by always changing health and RL issues what have to do with that. That´s my only excuse. Please, don´t forget to write FFT in the title of You mails if sending the turns over! Good luck yet for the remaining CHARKOW battle time!

Greetings

 8 
 on: 12 November 2017, 18:06:06 
Started by Sempai - Last post by stoffel
Nope, I am still busy.

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 on: 12 November 2017, 12:03:44 
Started by Sempai - Last post by sempai
How is it guys,

Are all of You through with the current FFT battle? If so send over Your files asap, please!

Greetings

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 on: 2 November 2017, 15:10:59 
Started by stoffel - Last post by stoffel
A Rotterdam citizen named Jaouad A. (31) was convicted to 4 years in prison, the court initially asked for an 8 year sentence.
He was charged with terrorism activities and preparing for a terrorist attack.
The guy was allready under surveillance from the AIVD.
The secret service alarmed police when they listened to his phone messages.
He talked with 2 others about attacking targets in The Netherlands.                                                 
In his house a swat team found an automatic weapon, ammo and a stash of illegal fireworks with enough powder to make a bomb.
The man was a supporter for Daesh.
                                       

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