• Musings on War Galley- misunderstood aquatic cousin of ...

    Aug 22, 2009· Re: Musings on War Galley- misunderstood aquatic cousin of G Excellent review! It's making me want the game again though--I went back and forth on it then finally decided not to p500 it based on the comments.

  • Galley | Military Wiki | Fandom

    Aug 10, 2010· A bit off topic, but a Commander James H Ward was the first officer of the US Navy to be killed in the Civil War, at Mathias Point. The Navy later named a destroyer after him, which was the one that fired at a Japanese midget sub on the morning of 7 Dec 1941, just hours before the air attack.

  • 4.1.102 – Interesting Musings | My Life In Miniature(s)

    Aug 17, 2011· In this essay I'm going to revisit two games I've reviewed previously (Commands and Colors: Ancients and Memoir '44) and take a closer look at two others: War Galley, and Conflict of Heroes. These games exemplify how very much things have changed, and how little point there really is in pining for the old-school games any more.

  • Ethics of war « timothystege

    Here is my latest review for The Englewood Review of Books, on Matthew Dickerson's A Hobbit Journey: Discovering the Enchantment of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth. Check it out here: A Hobbit Journey Review by Timothy Stege. While you're at it, explore all The Englewood Review has to offer, including a way to support what they do and finish your Christmas shopping by buying from Amazon ...

  • 'Nothing on Earth' by Conor O'Callaghan – Reading Matters

    May 01, 2017· Fiction - paperback; Black Swan Ireland; 192 pages; 2017. Irish writer Conor O'Callaghan has taken the concept of a "ghost estate" — an unfinished housing development abandoned in the wake of the collapse of the Irish economy — and turned it into a modern horror story. His debut novel Nothing on Earth will have you checking the locks, making sure all…

  • Musings on the Extinction of Humanity Part 2 : HFY

    Musings on the Extinction of Humanity Part 2. ... Didi was trying to open the door marked "Galley" when she heard it. The low curious moan of a deader that had seen movement or heard a sound that it hadn't heard before. ... "The Precursor Autonomous War Machines are back in force, attacking both the Terran forces and the neo-sapient worlds. ...

  • Adventures In Lead: 2016

    War Galley This is a scratch-built galley I have been working on for a while. It is for a game I'm planning on that will hopefully include lots of different factions each with a ship, kind of like what you'd find in a Warhammer Ahoy! game.

  • The Man Without Qualities - Wikipedia

    The Man Without Qualities (German: Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften; 1930–1943) is an unfinished modernist novel in three volumes and various drafts, by the Austrian writer Robert Musil.It is typically considered to be one of the most significant novels of the twentieth century. The novel is a "story of ideas", which takes place in the time of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy's last days, and the ...

  • Musings on the prominence of Informational Effects in the ...

    He enjoys a glass of South Australian red wine in his spare time whilst pondering the character of the next war. Tyler Quinn, USMC, is a military police officer and a fellow student. He is plank holder of Ender's Galley, a community of interest focused on the information environment, dedicated to the art and science of war.

  • About Bruce Heard and New Stories: Musings about Aquatic ...

    Musings about Aquatic Dragons ... or a galley,) it takes on water for 2d4+1 rounds at the rate of 10 Hull Points per round for a small dragon—20 for a large one, or 30 for a huge one. ... They may, however, be involved at the mouth of the Randel River or near Dmiliburg's harbor in times of war. The selection of chosen equipment varies as ...

  • Adventures In Lead: War Galley

    Jul 01, 2016· War Galley This is a scratch-built galley I have been working on for a while. It is for a game I'm planning on that will hopefully include lots of different factions each with a ship, kind of like what you'd find in a Warhammer Ahoy! game.

  • The U.S. Navy in the War of 1812: Winning the Battle but ...

    Nov 25, 2019· In Mahan's words, "The Battle of Lake Champlain, more nearly than any other incident of the War of 1812, merits the epithet 'decisive.'" 23. Why Macdonough Won. In many ways, the war on Lake Champlain was a counample to the rest of the War of 1812. In this case the British prepared improperly while the American commander did so ...

  • Fencing Frog: Evolution of the War Galley

    Oct 03, 2016· Mostly this Blog will cover my current war game activities along with some reenacting items as time goes by. Monday, October 3, 2016. Evolution of the War Galley Origional kit. First Steps of the modification . Sail. Ram and Pavis are added. Priming. and Painting. ... Doubloons and Random Musings.

  • Local Souls by Allan Gurganus - Goodreads

    Local Souls published on September 23rd. I read a review copy so some of my comments may not reflect the finished work. My sincere thanks to Liveright, W.w. Norton Publishing for providing the e-galley and for Joe Foster of Edelweiss for his recommendation.

  • Bomber Musings - Air Force Magazine

    Apr 20, 2009· Bomber Musings. April 20, 2009 | By John A. Tirpak and Michael C. Sirak. Share Article. In the upcoming quadrennial defense review, the health of the industrial base will be a factor in how to proceed with the next Air Force bomber program, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton Schwartz said April 16. "Keeping design teams together is a matter ...

  • Ethics of War « timothystege

    Fifteen years ago this month the United States, under President George W. Bush, invaded Iraq and began an intense bombing campaign known as Shock & Awe against the city of Baghdad. We could discuss ad nauseam the merits or the faults of this war, but that has been done many times by people smarter than me.

  • German Literature - Die schwarze Galeere; The Black Galley

    The situation deteriorated as the war got increasingly out of hand. ... this character and his pessimistic musings on the futility of human attempts to make history add a more pessimistic and sober touch to the novella otherwise notorious for its colourful and sometimes slightly banal storyline. ... 'How the Black Galley Took the Andrea Doria ...

  • Galley | ship | Britannica

    Galley, large seagoing vessel propelled primarily by oars.The Egyptians, Cretans, and other ancient peoples used sail-equipped galleys for both war and commerce. The Phoenicians were apparently the first to introduce the bireme (about 700 bc), which had two banks of oars staggered on either side of the vessel, with the upper bank situated above the lower so as to permit the oars of the upper ...

  • Bounty (1960 ship) - Wikipedia

    Bounty was an enlarged reconstruction of the original 1787 Royal Navy sailing ship HMS Bounty.Built in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia in 1960, she sank off the coast of North Carolina during Hurricane Sandy on 29 October 2012.. The tall ship was often referred to as HMS Bounty, but was not entitled to the use of the prefix "HMS" as she was not commissioned into the Royal Navy.

  • Churchill's Scientists : A view From the Bridge

    Jan 23, 2015· Galley proofs of Churchill's war memoirs. Churchill's memoirs of the conflict, The Second World War, were published from 1948 to 1953 in six volumes — undoubtedly contributing to his winning the 1953 Nobel Prize for Literature. Alongside details of battles against Germany's 'Desert Fox', Field Marshall Rommel, in North Africa and ...

  • Galleys: The First Great Warships - WAR HISTORY ONLINE

    (from GMT website): War Galley is the seventh volume in the multi-award winning Great Battles of History (GBoH) series, but the first to venture entirely into the waters of the Mediterranean Sea. It is also the first historical boardgame published, in two decades, to address galley warfare. As such, GMT's War Galley is almost a complete history for this era of war at sea.

  • Musings on the Pride - Nov 17 - Dec 5, 2012 - Seabourn ...

    Dec 15, 2012· Musings on the Pride -- November 17 - December 5, 2012 ... There was the monument dedicated to the defense of the Panama Canal during the First World War and monuments erected to the Arab/Israeli war -- we do not know if it was specifically to the 1967 war or to the series of conflicts over the years. ... down in the Galley Seabourn was having ...

  • GMT Games - War Galley

    Mar 24, 2014· A brief look at GMT's "War Galley". A game on Ancient Naval Combat.

  • Another Galley | Bull Runnings

    Jun 06, 2018· Just in from Savas Beatie is an unedited advance galley of James Pula's Under the Crescent Moon with the XI Corps in the Civil War: Volume 2: From Gettysburg to Victory, 1863-1865. This is the second of the two-volume study, the first of which was previewed here.So, you can get the picture if you refer to that post.

  • Olicanalad's Games: War Galley - board to table, an AAR

    Oct 07, 2015· Firstly, let me begin by adding this link to Graham's musings. It seems to sum up last night pretty succinctly. discourses on wargaming - sunk without trace I'd set up a game loosely based on the battle of Drepana, and loosely based on the scenario given in the War Galley Scenario Book. It …

  • St. Andrews Galley, Rotterdam to Philadelphia, 1737 ...

    Dec 18, 2019· Genealogy Quest » Holland » St. Andrews Galley, Rotterdam to Philadelphia, 1737 « County of Albany, New York, Kinderhook and part of Livingston Manor, 1720 Captain Josiah Starr's Company of Foot, 1746 »

  • Greyhawk Musings

    As with a captain, crewmen must be of the sort needed for the vessel and the waters it is to sojourn in. That is, the crew must be sailors, oarsmen, or mates of either fresh water vessels or salt water vessels. Furthermore, they must be either galley-trained or sailing-vessel trained.