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Battlefront UK Plays Infantry Aces:
with Anders Johansson
Cassino has always been one of my favourite
campaigns of World War Two. For me, Flames Of War is as much about the infantry as
it is the tanks and vehicles.
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Left: Anders working on his army between sales calls.
With plenty of historical reasons making
this campaign exciting and the release of the new Cassino book looming, I
jumped at the chance to run an Infantry Aces campaign in the Battlefront UK office.
I couldn’t wait to throw myself into the challenge but knew from the start that
it would not be easy; running a campaign is a lot of hard work and can be quite
challenging at times. But it’s not without reward; so with this in mind, my
first task was to find some volunteers to take part in the campaign. With
everybody busy with their normal day-to-day tasks, finding the
time for some actual gaming can be tough. But once everyone learnt about
Infantry Aces and the concepts behind it there were plenty of eager volunteers
of all levels of abilities willing to take part.
Below: Members of the Battlefront UK staff members at Salute 2011.