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  • Nieuport 17/23 Challenge WINNERS!

    What a wonderful set of entries we had this time! With a total of 18 entries, we only had two of the same subject, very impressive everyone! Even with the addition of allowing three votes this time, voting was still very tight with just three votes deciding 1st and 2nd place. There was also a tie for 4th place! The quality of the entries are going up with each contest and so are the number of entries. Makes me very proud to be running them for you guys and gals.

    Without further ado, here are your winners!

    1st Place
    Cpt. Harry S. Gwinne's Flying Fish entered by Oberst Hajj - Nexus Lufberry/Thennault

    2nd Place
    Unknown Pinot, Escadrille N69 entered by Niclas - Scratch built

    3rd Place
    Pilot unknown, Serial 4187 from 22 KAO entered by Madboyo - Nexus Lufberry/Thennault

    Congrats to each of the winners and I personally look forward to seeing all the entries into the next contest!
  • Recent Posts


    Francesco Baracca - ace abilities

    Italy's top WW I ace comes again with WGF reprint series 3.

    Veterans know his SPAD XIII from the very first Nexus Games miniature series.

    Marechallannes Today, 06:09 Go to last post
    Flying Helmut

    Boom and Zoom

    That's what I do when there are no newbies around - the 4th card has to be a long straight, or a long turn left or right; only those three cards permitted.

    Flying Helmut Today, 06:04 Go to last post

    WGS Battle of Britain Update

    Received my preorder yesterday and immediately pulled them out... they look great!

    I spent five minutes with the hobby knife removing the

    surfimp Today, 05:45 Go to last post

    Boom and Zoom

    That could work... Play an overdive card, immediately followed by a non-steep maneuver card, lose an altitude peg.

    kalnaren Today, 05:34 Go to last post
    Ken at Sunrise

    Boom and Zoom

    P.S. What is the penalty/danger of an Over Dive? The only limitation I can recall is not being able to use an Over Dive it the plane cannot Immellenn.

    Ken at Sunrise Today, 05:25 Go to last post
    Ken at Sunrise

    Boom and Zoom

    Sounds interesting to me. An over dive sounds 'sort of' like a zooming dive.

    But if you could trade an extra altitude for an extra maneuver

    Ken at Sunrise Today, 05:24 Go to last post
    Nicola Zee

    Boom and Zoom

    I think the user Warspite has gone down that path - so for this it might be worth checking his posts.

    Nicola Zee Today, 05:21 Go to last post

    WGS Battle of Britain Update

    Wot he said

    Guntruck Today, 05:11 Go to last post

    Boom and Zoom

    Crimson Skies into WoG. That sounds awesome.

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    kalnaren Today, 05:06 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

    WGS Battle of Britain Update

    In that case Guss mine should be here at any time soon.
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    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 04:16 Go to last post

    WGS Battle of Britain Update

    my BoB box and 2 Hurricanes and 2 Stuka's just arrived.
    And to add to my joy ... Mr. Customsman let them through without charging any

    Aardvark1430 Today, 03:26 Go to last post

    100 Years Ago Today

    O K Skipper, understood. Over and out!

    Rebel Today, 03:02 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

    100 Years Ago Today

    It happened when they put the clocks forward an hour Reg.
    Better let the Editor get on with his proper work now or we will be in bother!

    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 02:17 Go to last post

    100 Years Ago Today

    Are you telling me that a spring has fallen off?

    Rebel Today, 02:10 Go to last post

    100 Years Ago Today

    The spellchecker strikes again!

    Rebel Today, 02:08 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

    100 Years Ago Today

    As for this rude word, how do you think our Author Charles ****ens would feel if he knew his name was regarded as obscene on the Drome Reg, but strangely

    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 01:04 Go to last post
    Flying Officer Kyte

    100 Years Ago Today

    If by issue you mean edition yes it is Reg.
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    Flying Officer Kyte Today, 00:56 Go to last post

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    Ares Games - Largest game ever for Wings of Glory: 100 players!

    OldGuy59 Today, 00:30 Go to last post

    How many Zero Damage Cards?

    I have a vague recollection of seeing 14 once Baz, not sure if it's recorded anywhere though. I picked up 5 out of 8 hits in one pass on a Zeppelin once

    flash Today, 00:27 Go to last post

    Ground Attack 24-02-2017

    The R.N.A.S. Handley-Page launched bombs against the German heavy howitzer.

    The Albatros passed the Bristol Fighters.

    Naharaht Today, 00:16 Go to last post

    Lost Evidence Battle of Britain

    Thank you for posting that video, Thomas. I think that I must have seen it before but it would have been some time ago and it was worth seeing again.

    Naharaht Yesterday, 23:59 Go to last post

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    Hmmm will have to check on the DRI's but I have slightly used Udet . . . With its box . . .

    clipper1801 Yesterday, 23:07 Go to last post

    >> FAQs & Points of Interest <<

    Thank you very much, Dave for compiling this very valuable list.

    Naharaht Yesterday, 22:51 Go to last post

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    Doug Yesterday, 22:38 Go to last post

    I Think I've Found The Perfect Beer For This Place...

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    Naharaht Yesterday, 22:31 Go to last post
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