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Galileo last won the day on January 22

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  1. A lot of photos of the Jaguar
  2. For this year, the F4 Phantom (this is the F4E on this video but the whole family of F4 should be modeled)
  3. Nice blog post form the THE INSTITUTE OF TANKNOLOGY https://www.tanknology.co.uk/post/boxer-modularity
  4. After Conflict "Realistic Cold War Multiplayer Tactical FPS"
  5. Australia has locked in its purchase of more than 120 tanks and other armoured vehicles from the United States, at a cost of $3.5 billion, as part of a major upgrade of the army’s fleet. The commitment to buy 75 M1A2 main battle tanks indicates the government is committed to an advanced fleet of armoured vehicles despite the focus in recent years being on other major acquisitions such as submarines, jet fighters and long-range missiles amid the rise of China. https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/australia-commits-to-3-5-billion-tank-purchase-from-the-us-20220109-p59mub.html
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    New regiments demo available
  7. Ready or not loses the publisher. Void Interactive has lost the publisher for its SWAT game Ready or Not days after comments suggested it would include a school shooting mission. The game was released in early access on 17th December, but in a statement on Twitter Void Interactive said it had parted ways with publisher Team17. Though no reasons have been given so far, a recent Reddit post asking if the game would include a school shooting level received a response from one of the game's developers saying "You better believe it's gonna". https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2021-12-23-swat-game-loses-publisher-following-school-shooting-comments?
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    So the chapter 3 of the 15 of the book is from 1865 to 1918. You can read this book on Scribd if you can't get in a library. As for modern ASuW no book, thesis or manuals even those classified can give you any good reading apart the : "scout and counter scout". But we all know that. Navy tactics depend so much on the who, the what and to achieve what that. There is so many possibilities it's impossible to write a book on this subject unlike the land force. In the army they have standard formation, equipments, they known what the enemy will have in front of them, they known the terrain. In the navy it's so different. In the navy it depend on what ships, boats your fleet is composed, what technology, do you have foreign ships attached, .... Only training or wargames can teach you
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    If you like to know more about Greek or Napoleonic naval war tactics yes is a book is worth reading (as a summary) but for modern warfare at the age of missiles just don't bother. The chapter on AsuW and missile is so laughable!
  10. https://enfusionengine.com/
  11. Galileo


    Eugen next RTS WARNO https://store.steampowered.com/app/1611600/WARNO/
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    For the US only : Marine Corps War College use it extensively as well the the Expeditionary Warfare School, Command and Staff College, School of Advanced Warfighting; the United States Army Future Studies Group used it (don't known it they are still). And for foreign I known for sure that the UK DSTL choose it for the MoD decision support wargame program.
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    This doesn't bother the military, agency and university who use their products.
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