If you want a summary of sorts, you could always go to the Discovering Lewis and Clark website. It has been a great source for me. I'll provide the link to the info on Freeman-Custis, which includes a little of Hunter-Dunbar, and the Spanish Military as well. It's about 17 short pages. Of course you can freely peruse the rest of the site while your there!!
Thanks Dave I haven't seen it. They do make movies here fairly regularly. Trivia- Anna Nichol Smiths last movie Illegal Aliens was filmed here. Heard a lot of stories that I believe about her behavior here . Thanks.
Thank you for your keen observations! Yup, I love the toys and have plenty. How can I let some game and not others? It's not fair. So, the rules I use need to be flexible to numbers (and time, I should be grading papers right now!). There are SO many factors in air combat that to engage them all would make playing them without a computer impossible. So I put the essentials and tie it together by luck. Never underestimate luck!
At school, I send a b-17 bomber stream of over 50 bombers, it covers the table from one end to the other. Only the fighters and the crippled/destroyed bombers actually move!
Let me know when the date is finalized! My only problems (only?) are conflicts with coaching and board meetings! If you're ever in Chicago, let me know you're coming. I may be able to squeeze in a game.
Since you have my book and clearly some cool airplanes, put them together and let me know how it goes. I just don't get a whole lot of feedback. Since you're used to a different set of air rules, I'd love to hear your opinions!
This is less psecific and more chatty - the other is more in depth gaming IMO. I hit both of them. Good new game for you to check out is Israeli Independence by VPG. MN - on my list to visit now probably in DEC.