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Frenchy

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About Frenchy

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  • Birthday 10/10/1956

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    blazer56@hotmail.com
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    http://www.trailblazersww2.org

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  • Biography
    Married, 3 kids
  • Location
    Peachtree City, GA
  • Interests
    WW2 history, sci-fi
  • Occupation
    TV Web Producer

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  1. Yeah -- I saw this a few days ago. My daughter was home from college and had to show it to me. Laughed my butt off!
  2. Bud_B, thanks for accepting! Let the game begin!
  3. Seeking an opponent for CMBN, CMFI or CMRT. Any game will do. Looking to play a small battle. Move frequency will be 2 to 3 days, depending on my work load. I am not an expert player and consider my myself extremely green. If interested just PM me!
  4. FYI -- before I entered the activation key after installation of the upgrade, I clicked on the icon to play to see whether I needed to reenter the key. The game fired up just fine and I did not need to reenter my key. May want to try that.
  5. Figured it out. I realized I had to enter all the keys for the modules. All is well. You can delete this post and my previous one.
  6. Installed the vehicle pack and upgrade that went with it. Clicked on the icon to activate module -- no problem. Clicked on Beyond Normandy icon and entered License key. No problem. Went to run game and now Commonwealth and Market Garden modules are no longer showing up! Please advise! Using Windows 7 with latest service pack and updates. 900 GB HD with 32 Megs of RAM
  7. Thanks. Through me for a loop for a few minutes since I was expecting 3.0!
  8. For CMBN I am showing version 2.20 and for CMFI I am showing version number 1.20. Is this correct? I had no problems installing but with a 3.0 upgrade and these numbers showing up on screen, I want to be sure this is correct. Thanks in advance.
  9. Having a PTO version of Combat Mission has been requested since the original group of games came out over a decade ago. As much as I would like to see it, it isn't going to happen. BFC does have their plate full.
  10. The day is not over...at least for me here in Georgia, USA.
  11. Cry havoc and let loose the dogs of war!
  12. Steve, have to agree with you. It's been decades since I've seen kids playing "war" or cowboy and Indians. Like you, for me it was "combat" outside with the Okinawans. I was 8 when we arrived in 1965. We all had a blast playing (no pun intended). I remember those days fondly!
  13. Chops -- did the same thing on Okinawa while my dad was stationed there in from 1965 - 1970. It's where my interest in WW2 really blossomed. Nothing like walking a battlefield to get a good perspective. Back then, my friends and I found a ton of shell casings, live ammo and other items. We then took the stuff to the Museum at Fort Sukiran -- now Camp Sukiran, I think -- and made a few bucks.
  14. USMC from 1975 - 1979. Served as an Aircraft Electrician (MOS 6636) with VMFA-251. Worked on F4-J Phantom II.
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