Monthly Archives: December 2020

Drones

By Rob Morgan The Times is often a source of sound information on military developments, and, in late October, it carried an article by Shashank Joshi, the defence editor of The Economist magazine. Entitled “Attack of the drones shouldn’t kill … Continue reading

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What vehicles are out there?

By Jim Rohrer Wargaming in eras after World War I requires vehicles.  Each decade, the variety of vehicle types increased.  Deciding which types to include in your battles is one issue.  Another is where you obtain the vehicles.  This brief … Continue reading

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A link of possible WWII interest

By Rob Morgan Quite a number of the publications I write for frequently contain notes about articles in other journals and newsletters which may prove of interest or value to that society’s membership. Here’s one which I thought should be … Continue reading

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A new link: Featherstone’s classic Wargamer’s Newsletters

A new link has now been added on the right side of this page under Of Possible Soloist Interest. It’s a link to a web site that connects to old copies of Donald Featherstone’s classic Wargamer’s Newsletters, which were published … Continue reading

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Table of Contents updated

The Table of Contents for past issues of Lone Warrior has now been updated to include contents for 2020 and the first issue of 2021. They’re on the Back Issues and Tables of Contents page on this website.

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Sample article on AI opponent added

This month’s sample article from previous issues of Lone Warrior is by Nic Birt and details his extensive ideas for creating a programmed opponent for wargaming. It’s on the Sample Articles page.

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