Lock 'n Load: Forgotten Heroes -2nd Edition

This is/was the first Lock 'n Load title, and still has some of my favorite scenarios. I've always thought that Vietnam was a conflict that wouyld be best portrayed by squad-level battles. Forgotten Heroes scratched that itch for me. It's on P-500 now at our site.

The art below isn't final. Marc did these maps (Ron Shirtz did the originals), Niko the NVA/VC squads, and David all leaders and the American units.

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Comment by Yvan DESCOTES on February 11, 2009 at 1:03pm
This 2nd edition rocks the hell out!
Comment by Mark H. Walker on January 23, 2009 at 9:40am
Yeah, I'm not sure I'll make it into the actual game...I think I look goofy. I mean David's art is good, but...

BTW, send the email to mark at markhwalker dot com. Thanks!
Comment by Kim Kanger on January 23, 2009 at 9:35am
I recognise that sinister looking officer in the top picture. Who is that?

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