US Army Small Unit Organization WWII

I did the graphic design on‘s 82-page reference work by Bill Rutherford. I thought I knew a lot about small units’ composition from our dozens of Tractics games and time at the library with the US Army’s “green books” (available free online now!) But I was shocked at how much I had to learn… Continue reading US Army Small Unit Organization WWII

WWII rules

Category: “Good”. Since You Asked… Hardly a day goes by when a new member on a Facebook group asks, “What’s a good WWII ruleset?” And so without his giving any more parameters than “good”, some of us will respond with just a name… often also without any guidance as to why we like it and… Continue reading WWII rules

Free e-Books on Terrain

Two free e-books on terrain. A.  I made an e-book on making Flexible wargame terrain for Civil War battles — although the same concepts can be used for World War II and other eras. Click MakingWargameTerrainEbook,_small for a free eBook (725kbs) or instead click for larger version MakingWargameTerrainEbook (print-ready version 6mbs in size). The purpose… Continue reading Free e-Books on Terrain


The photo is from my first Two Hour Wargames Nuts! game with my friend, Mark, we played while vacationing along the South Atlantic beach. You can see how I didn’t put much into terrain with 1:300 scale Dutch acting as buildings in 1:72nd scale! SCALE: NUTS! Final Version is 1-figure-per-soldier (or 1-model-per-tank) “skirmish” style ruleset.… Continue reading Nuts!