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When you are on that site better check out some of the other publications (over 600 !)

https://history.army.mil/catalog/browse/title.html

e.g.

WWII campaigns in the west : https://history.army.mil/html/bookshelves/collect/eame-cmps.html
                                                 https://history.army.mil/html/bookshelves/collect/ww2-eto.html   
WWII campaigns pacific :  https://history.army.mil/html/bookshelves/collect/ap-cmps.html
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Really kind of needs to be a bunch of SM scouts.

Or the Eldar.  >:D

(Or maybe best of all, the Tau.)
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References and Research / Re: Military Factory
« Last post by bob48 on Today at 10:13:19 AM »
Excellent!
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The US Army's Center for Military History has a very nice set of WWI Commemorative booklets for download.

The series includes the US Mexican Expedition of 1916 - 1917, a campaign that is difficult to find information on.

All have great narrative, pics and really nice military maps. 

https://history.army.mil/html/bookshelves/collect/wwi-cb.html

Fantastic stuff! Thanks for posting that  O0
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Even the Dreadnought is way too fast. They need to slow down those animations a little bit.

Space Marines sprinting to cover just doesn't seem right.  Space Marines don't cower behind cover, rather, cover cowers behind Space Marines!  :crazy2:
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The series includes the US Mexican Expedition of 1916 - 1917, a campaign that is difficult to find information on.

See, this is what the sequel to Red Dead Redemption should have been about. But nooooo....  >:(
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Someone in the comments said a Devastator hauling that much ass would terrify Chaos.  :smitten:
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Baby girl, a bummer that they are so far away, Will miss out on a lot of playing time :-(
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Congrats on the Grandkid Tuna! Boy or girl? Better get those custom made Grandpa moves ready, funny voices, funny faces, and expensive toys that YOU play with first-- to make sure they're safe-- before you let the kid have it.  O0  Also, you need to soon take a course on current cartoon shows and all their catch phrases. Right now mine are into PJ Mask so it's, "Super Cat-Speed"!
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The US Army's Center for Military History has a very nice set of WWI Commemorative booklets for download.

The series includes the US Mexican Expedition of 1916 - 1917, a campaign that is difficult to find information on.

All have great narrative, pics and really nice military maps. 

https://history.army.mil/html/bookshelves/collect/wwi-cb.html
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