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  • 2012 Origins Lend-Lease

    The first annual Origins Lend-Lease Program is under way. This year the Con Committee has selected Guntruck as the lucky member to be the Wings of Glory Aerodrome guest of honor at Origins Game Fair 2012.

    For those of you that do not know Guntruck very well, he joined the site back in March of 2010. In that time he has accomplished many things here on the site and made numerous contributions to the site that include:

    Missions Flown: 127
    Sorties Flown: 2663
    Average Sorties per day: 4.06
    Photos in Albums: 749
    Reputation Points received: 186
    Aerial Victories: 38
    Articles written: 1
    Files Uploaded: 145

    If all of that was not enough, Guntruck volunteered for the position of Central England Squadron Commander and is now in charge of over 100 members. He is also the man responsible for making sure the signature images for all of the other Flight Leaders, Squadron Commanders and Wing Commanders are made. More recently, Guntruck has become a vital member of the Unofficial Aircraft Stat Committee.

    All of these things add up to a member deserving of the first ever selection for the Origins Lend-Lease Program!

    Congratulations Guntruck!

    In order to help raise the funds necessary to make all of this happen, the Wings of War Aerodrome will be holding multiple raffles and contests over the next several months. Each member that participates in these activities will receive the newly created Origins Ground Crew medal:

    The first fund raiser we are holding is a raffle for an unopened Wings of War Kempf Fokker DR.I miniature!

    I will run this raffle in the same manner as the other ones. Tickets cost US$5 each and for every ticket that you purchase, you will receive one raffle number (sent to you via PM here on the site). You can purchase as many tickets as you like to increase your chances of winning.

    This raffle has ended.

    The winner for this Lend Lease program was Grumpybear!

    Way to go Darrel!
  • Recent Posts


    Mission 14: Hot Water In Cold Weather!

    Good to see the DVa can work well against a superior plane.

    Baxter Today, 03:01 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    i agree whole heartedly sven. im not saying xwing and star trek attack wing are bad games. im just saying neither can hold a candle to wings.

    milcoll73 Today, 02:54 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    that "hidden complexity" and the swiftness of damage resolution are 2 of the things that i think propel wings from a good game into the realm

    milcoll73 Today, 02:52 Go to last post
    john snelling

    WOG using Xwing dice

    I play the vast majority of my games using the standard rules. For games that are fighters vs fighters I do not suggest using the x-wing dice house rule.

    john snelling Today, 01:47 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    Personally, when I'm playing with dices, it must be a clever system. Like in D-Day Dice, for example. I'm not interested in idea to play WoG with dices

    Dan-Sam Today, 01:40 Go to last post

    Cultural vandalism



    Jabba Today, 01:14 Go to last post

    Cultural vandalism

    By the way, some feedback from a buddy over there who's putting the word out to his crowd:

    Also, a quote for you to consider using:

    Diamondback Today, 01:04 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    Of course there are elements of previous games in any given system, like there are common combinations of musical notes in songs or themes and scenes

    Carl_Brisgamer Today, 00:42 Go to last post

    Please raise a glass or three to Gully Raker

    Hope you had a great day Baz

    Archidamus Today, 00:26 Go to last post

    Last night at our drome

    Ahem .. there's one at least.... http://www.wingsofwar.org/forums/sho...ver-It-is-now-!
    Easily missed Mike,

    flash Today, 00:14 Go to last post

    What's on your workbench: July 2016 edition

    So there are no sails in this project, nor wings, but it is 1/144" scale . . . .

    clipper1801 Yesterday, 23:32 Go to last post
    David Manley

    WOG using Xwing dice

    The point is, nothing in WOG, WOW, X Wing etc. is all that original. There are previous examples of everything in both games stretching back to the 1960s

    David Manley Yesterday, 23:32 Go to last post

    What's on your workbench: July 2016 edition

    On my virtual workbench I've been working on a Shapeways L.V.G. C.II (or two), which is something Zoe requested a long time ago. Two things surprised

    ReducedAirFact Yesterday, 23:24 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    Nailed it !

    flash Yesterday, 23:14 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    To all of you: have fun with dice, if you appreciate them. I decided for cards instead because they allow more secrecy on received damage, and that's

    Angiolillo Yesterday, 23:01 Go to last post

    KOTA missions 3 and 4

    The Germans are just edging it - come on chaps best foot forward !

    flash Yesterday, 23:00 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    Fact is: X-Wing is the inferior system. The basic game mechanics are copied from Nexus Games.

    Collisions in space are ridiculous and the

    Marechallannes Yesterday, 22:50 Go to last post

    Series 10 what's next, what do you want?

    LFG Roland C.II (Whale) All three versions of the reprint are still available in the Aerodrome Store Philip.

    As we're going over

    flash Yesterday, 22:47 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    David, read the posts above. There are pictures of cards for Wings of War, from 2004 to Spring 2012 (X-Wing has been released in September 2012), with

    Angiolillo Yesterday, 22:47 Go to last post

    Cultural vandalism

    There are more than a few Brits around a Star Citizen (PC game) bulletin board I frequent, so I've asked for a Fire Mission from them. Hope it helps.

    Diamondback Yesterday, 22:35 Go to last post

    NZ Wing Members

    I've just joined, saw your post & thought I'd say Hi also.
    Name is Philip & I live in Auckland.
    I'm into WW1, &

    Boreas Yesterday, 22:32 Go to last post
    David Manley

    WOG using Xwing dice

    Ok, so I'm the arsehole. Fine.

    Yes, actually it does. Sorry, been there, suffered that, got the T shirt.


    David Manley Yesterday, 22:26 Go to last post
    Albert Ross

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    That's nonsense! Everybody knows Snoopy flew one, and Snoopy is real!

    Albert Ross Yesterday, 22:16 Go to last post

    WOG using Xwing dice

    Just two lines of a reminder. FFG asks the mechanics for WoW - Battlestar Galactica in 2007, then for WoW - X-Wing in 2010. We arrive to a written agreement.

    Angiolillo Yesterday, 22:16 Go to last post

    Series 7 preliminary lineup.

    Bong & McGuire

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    Marechallannes Yesterday, 22:02 Go to last post
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