I hosted a game in the War Room now we can meet up again under the rule of 6. I put on a 20mm Vietnam game set in 1965 with all the players apart from Phil as the US. Their mission was to search for rice and weapons catches and destroy f possible a Local VC unit of around company strength in the area.
The US had a company of grunts that could be ferried in by helicopter to several locations on the board working in conjunction with a mechanised infantry company in M113 . Air support and artillery support was also available. Attached are some pictures at the end of the game after they were successful in finding most of the food and weapons. They were unable to destroy the VC who suffered far fewer casualties than their US counterparts thanks to some seriously good shooting by Phil!
Some pictures of my Polish tanks (3 x FT-17s), Garford-Putilov armoured car, and Albatros DIII plane of the Kosciuszko Squadron, for Back of Beyond. These have been quick and easy to paint, using spray paints, then dry-brushed, with vehicle names or aircraft detailing by hand.
Here are some pictures of my cavalry units for Back of Beyond; part two of how my Polish army is progressing.
The lancers with blue-over-white pennants are the 4th Uhlans, a Polish army unit based in Lithuania, which had Napoleonic antecedents; these are Great War Miniatures' British WW1 lancers with Polish paint-job. The figures are a bit bigger than the Irregular Miniatures' castings I used for the remaining units, but it's not too noticeable.
Here are some pictures of my Polish army for Back of Beyond which I've been working on recently. Shown are: two units of Polish regular infantry, and three units of Polish 'Legionary' infantry in shirtsleeve order (54 figures in all). The former were 'White' infantry from Copplestone, the latter were 70p a piece 'British in caps in Mesopotamia in WW1' - cheapos from Warrior Miniatures. I intend to add officers and standard bearers, as well as sabot bases, to all my infantry units in due course.
Many of us are currently busy buying, organising, and painting our Back of Beyond armies for a campaign to be staged some time later this year. Philip and Rob are both fielding Bolshevik armies (among others).
Below are some photos of Philip Marshall's Bolsheviks, painted by Chris Cornell.
They are indeed enviably well-painted (sabot bases and commissar with loudhailer being a nice touch) with flags flying and scenic groundwork in particular tying the whole lot together!