Line of Depature Issue 80 in Production

The eightieth issue of Line of Departure is being printed right now.  The lead review is of Javier Romero's Islamic State: Libya War, and he contributes a preview of his upcoming Islamic State:Syria too. 

Next, there's an article that I wanted to write for a long time.  It is an analysis of Freedom in the Galaxy as a game of insurgency and counterinsurgency, a model of revolution as understood in the real world but placed in a science fiction milieu.  Another article covers strategy in The Victory of Arminius, from Turning Point Simulations, and the last feature is a World War III night assault scenario for Firepower, pitting Soviet paratroopers against a squad of West German paratroopers in 1980.

The magazine will be on its way to the subscribers soon after I have it in my hands.  In the meantime, you can read the new installment of the editorial, the Bully Pulpit.

http://www.jimwerbaneth.com/lod/issue80.html

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Comment by Jim Werbaneth on July 24, 2017 at 2:30pm

I just mailed off the first batch of issues this morning.

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