Atlanta’s Hartsfield Airport runway 9R at night.
Army of the Czech Republic (Operation Arrowhead is required). The setting is Bukovina, a cropped version of the northwest airfield from the original Chenarus map with some updates such as a CQB/Training course east of the airstrip, and some new vegetation to make the area greener.
post about the use of the equilateral cross in video gaming some time ago, and thought it appropriate to bring the subject back up given the recent posturing of Apple. Apparently this company (in a desperate struggle to remain relevant perhaps) has just discovered that 1) the banner of the Confederate States of America was depicted in some form or another in various products that it was (up to the point of social enlightenment) gladly selling for profit, and 2) that some people (a very vocal fraction of the population) are so incensed by the very existence of such imagery that it somehow shuts them down as functioning humans.
USS Caron (DD-970) which is supported by the USS Essex (LHD-2) that is operating several miles off of the coast. At the start of the battle there is one airborne AV-8B Harrier II ground attack aircraft and one AH-1W SuperCobra attack helicopter.
508th Parachute Infantry Regiment seized and then defended the higher ground in the Groesbeek-Nijmegen area which effectively cut Highway K, preventing the Germans from either reinforcing or escaping through the corridor. After having the inexperienced German 406th Infantry Division fail to remove the US 508th, General Walter Model awaited the arrival of better forces in the form of KG Becker, a regiment from the 3rd Fallschirmjäger Division.
Blogger, and every now and again I use an alternative service if I suspect issues with the image quality (which has occurred in the past). Typically this means I will upload a screenshot through the Steam service, obtain a link and place it in a blog post and move on. In the past this seemed a tried and true practice as I had no issues until tonight when going through some material, I came across this post from 2013 in which all of the Steam hosted images were missing.
Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve, a 14 turn 2.7 mile track in Montreal, Quebec. This time out I decided to run three laps to test the best first lap that I put up (which always seems to be faster than the default speed by quite a bit). It was somewhat satisfying that all three laps were progressively faster as I was able to hold the car on the racing line throughout and did not take a penalty for leaving the track.
Cecil Field in Jacksonville, FL to JIA (Jacksonville International Airport). From start to finish the entire process is about 20 minutes of video. The reason I do not request takeoff clearance at Cecil is due to what I perceive to be a bug in the game when setting up a flight plan. In many circumstances, even if you move your aircraft to the “Active Runway” when prompted, you could be lined up on one strip and when requesting clearance it asks that you drive your plane all the way across the airport to another strip (pain in the ass).
Air Crash Investigations on YouTube (I wish that show was on Netflix), I decided to brush up on my waning skill set with my preferred aircraft, the Boeing 737-800. I have a couple of saved approach flights where I can load them to practice final approach and an ILS landing, as well as a full flight plan from Tampa to Miami, FL. After successfully running a scenario to simulate an ILS landing at Miami, I decided to do the full flight.
Valencia Street Circuit: The eighth race of the season took place at the Valencia, Spain asphalt track that hosted the European Grand Prix from 2008-2012 (the last such event on the schedule until 2016). The track was designed to meet the same safety standards as a permanent track, and features many overtaking opportunities due to its minimum 14m width. The race is scheduled for 14 laps on the 5.42km circuit resulting in a total distance of 75.9km and 350 turns.
game is seriously starting to grow on me, in no small part to what appears to be a robust interaction by the developer with the users in the Steam community (as evidenced by this post).
forum threads from what remains on the Matrix site and attempted to adjust monitor scaling but to no avail.
This is a tower defense single player strategy game from indie developer Hidden Path Entertainment. The free demo available on Steam contains several missions that range in complexity but are tutorial driven. There is enough available in the sample that I am definitely going to pick this up during the forthcoming Steam holiday sale, however I will state here that the game is well worth the current asking price of $9.99 base, $19.99 with all DLC.
This after-action report covers the second term of my play through as the United Kingdom in Positech Games turn-based political strategy simulation game Democracy 3. After winning reelection largely based on the policies implemented and answers to several curveball questions thrown in my direction, I begin the fifth year in office with a Budget Surplus of £26.91 Bn and a National Debt of £451.98 Bn, along with 46 Political Capital points available to spend.