Line of Departure Issue 82 (Spring 2019) is now available for purchase.  The articles include a review of Forgotten Legions (Compass Games), along with analysis of Oil War (SPI), Acre (Decision Games), Ring of Fire (Moments in History), along with Tobruk (Avalon Hill).  To read the Bully Pulpit editorial and see the full table of contents, click here.  To order the issue or subscribe to the magazine via PayPal, click here.

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Comment by Jim Werbaneth on April 18, 2019 at 4:19pm

If anyone wants to buy the issue or subscribe, I'm down here in Raleigh temporarily, and don't have access to my Gibsonia Post Office box.  However, I do have copies of Issue 82 with me, and if you want to buy them or sign up for a subscription via PayPal, I can certainly get them out right away.

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