John Rainey
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Your introduction to consim gaming:
First game was Panzerblitz in 1977. I love NATO/WP operational and tactical games, most likely own about all that I know of. WWII is still a favorite, operational/grand tactical would be the favorite of that period.
Your favorite game(s):
The Next War (SPI)
Third World War(GDW)
The Devils Cauldron (new and still learning)
The Killing Ground(NES)
What game(s) are you currently playing (solitaire, FTF, PBEM, etc.) or wish to play next?
The Next War solitaire (CyberBoard)
In general, how much time do you spend gaming?
Not enough
How big is your game collection?
100+ I've pared it down over the last several years
About Me
I'm a business computer programmer working here in the Saint Louis area. My wife is the Saint Louis area native, I'm an import. I grew up as a Army Brat, lived all over, so I could care less where we settled.

My wife and I met during ROTC classes in 83. We both served out our Commissioned career in the Army National Guard (me exclusively) and the Army Reserves (my wife split NG and Reserves about 1/2 and 1/2). My wife retired as a Major in 2004 and I retired as a Major in 2007. The years 2003 thur mid 2006 were very busy ones. Suzanne was called up and served at Ft Riley KS from Jan 2003 thru March 2003. I was called to AD in April 2005 and served in Iraq from Jun 05 until late May 06.

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Flashpoint:Central Front--Battle for Nurnburg and Munchen Turn Four and Five Complete

This entry recaps two turns (GT 4 and 5, since I'm using the accelerated reinforcement schedule this places the GT 8 WP forces on map while GT6 NATO forces have entered) since my last posting. The situation map depicts the current front line trace of the battle, along with the basic areas that major formations are operating in. The bright pink line is the border with CZ and EG.





Using the WP army level unit area as a guide the… Continue

Posted on November 30, 2008 at 2:24pm

Flashpoint:Central Front--Battle for Nurnburg and Munchen Turn Three Complete

OK, so it's been a long, long time for an update. Sorry about that. Believe it our not the game is still up, no attacks by my cat, and solo play continues.



I've got an image file of the battle area. It's a cut and paste from the ADC2 game set, that I've added a front line trace and Army locations for the WP and Division locations for NATO.





Starting in VII (US) Corp area.



The EG 1A has had some good results… Continue

Posted on November 2, 2008 at 2:19pm

Flashpoint:Central Front--Battle for Nurnburg and Munchen Turn One Complete

HOF GAP



VII Corps has formed a solid line. A Slight problem in the Northwest where the EG's decided to enter the map up near the middle of the norht/west side of the map VIC (3923-3931) in the 3 ID's sector. 3 ID will have to adjust their line and possibly conduct some set piece combats in order to tidy up the area.



In 2 ACR's AO there has not been much contact, WP is still on the approach and forming up. 2 ACR is in good shape.…



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Posted on June 27, 2008 at 9:00pm

Flashpoint:Central Front--Battle for Nurnburg and Munchen.......

This blog will cover my solo game using a hybrid of SPI's Central Front Series and Victory Games Flashpoint:Golan. There is an active Consimworld Discussion at:



ConsimWorld Forum / Boardgaming / Individual Game or Series Discussion / Era: Contemporary / Potential Conflicts / Flashpoint: Central Front



Basically the rules system is from the Flashpoint:Golan game. Mark Herman originally designed this system for a WP-NATO conflict. With the fall of the WP and the… Continue

Posted on June 22, 2008 at 7:00pm — 8 Comments

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At 8:20am on March 14, 2008, Chris Fawcett said…
BTW, one of the first games I'd like to host is the grand combined game of TWW/AF/SF/PG, with a team of 3-4 players per side. You interested?
At 8:19am on March 14, 2008, Chris Fawcett said…
John, we have a couple of groups on CSW Social, one for STL area gamers, and one for IA/IL/MO gamers. Please check them out and join up, if you're interested.
At 9:57am on March 11, 2008, Tom Meier said…
Yes John, I am planning on it. GOt my leave scheduled and everything.

There's still time for you to saddle up and come over to March Madness ASL tourny this weekend 14-16 Mar :-)

Haven't registered for CSW yet as we are still debating what game we are playing. I'm working on hosting/moderating a seminar also. Details to follow after my tourny and we get some particpants locked in.
 
 
 

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