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Air Cobra: 1975-1988 Modern Tactical Airmobile Warfare (OSG)
Air Cobra: 1975-1988 Modern Tactical Airmobile Warfare, is OSG’s first simulation of modern air-mobile warfare in Europe.
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OSG (Operational Studies Group) – Air Cobra : Modern Tactical Airmobile Warfare (1980)
Air Cobra: 1975-1988 Modern Tactical Airmobile Warfare, is OSG’s first simulation of modern air-mobile warfare in Europe. The focus is on actual helicopter operations between the forces of the Warsaw Pact and the NATO Alliance, from troop transport to recovery missions, air-mobile insertions to tank hunting, rescue to reconnaissance. Over 20 Helicopters from four nations (Great Britain, the USSR, West Germany, and the U.S.) and their accompanying ground forces are represented.”
West End Games would later redesign the Air Cobra system and release it under the name Air Cav.
This download includes the following:
– Rulebook in PDF format ready to print
– Full color map ready to print
– All unpunched counters in color ready to print
– All tables and charts ready to print
A fantastic addition to any wargame collection in a convenient format.
1809: Napoleon’s Danube Campaign$5.00Add to cart
1809: NAPOLEON’S DANUBE CAMPAIGN is a two player, Division level simulation of Napoleon’s 1809 Danube Campaign against a revitalized Austrian army determined to avenge its humiliating defeats of the past. It covers three months of bitter conflict requiring an advance over more than 200 miles of the Danube Valley in a campaign of manoeuvre, thrust and counterthrust immortalized on such battlefields as Abensberg, Ratisbon, Ebelsberg, Aspern-Essling, and Wagram.