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Cover illustration by Antonis KaridisTABLE OF CONTENTS15.0 Campaign Introduction. 216.0 Campaign Sequence of Play. 317.0 Campaign Aircraft. 418.0 Loaded Aircraft. 619.0 Pilots and Crews. 820.0 Attacking and Defending Bombers.1121.0 Striking Mission Targets. 1322.0 Flak. 17Volume V23.0 Campaign Missions. 1824.0 Land Campaigns. 2025.0 Operations. 2626.0 Carrier Operations. 2927.0 Progressive Campaigns. 2928.0 Solitaire Campaign. 33Designer’s Notes. 36Index. 38GMT Games, LLC P.O. Box 1308, Hanford, CA 93232-1308 www.GMTGames.com

2Wild Blue Yonder Campaign RulebookNote for Veteran DiF PlayersWhile the Wild Blue Yonder Campaign rules are based onthose published in previous volumes, there have been significant clarifications and revisions. These are marked with symbols. Experienced players should be particularly awareof the following changes: The Sequence of Play includes a Final Step whichsequences all the activities taking place in a Game-turnafter player-turns are complete [16.9].There are no longer Patrol or Transport aircraft classes.Formation aircraft benefit from Special Spoiled Attackresponses when they have 0 Turret Support [20.5.5]. Theyare always In Formation unless they suffer a Cockpit Hitor are Damaged [17.3.1e].Ju88 Medium Bombers have a Dive Brakes Special ratingrather than Dive Bombing mode 17.5.1].Loaded aircraft penalties have been expanded [18.1d].Wingmen may now benefit from Skills [19.2].Most Skilled Crews are generic rather than named[19.3.8].The procedures for attacking and defending Bombers(including Light Bombers) are substantially different[20.0].Some targets are no longer subject to strafing attacks[21.7.1].Out Of The Sun Target Flak cards no longer apply tomost bombing modes at Very Low altitude [22.2.1].The procedure for calculating Mission duration issomewhat different [23.1.1].Target-Bound Turns now count down [23.2].Fighters not bombing or strafing must Break Off unlessallowed to go Over Target by a Resource [23.2.1].The Over-Target Phase is now one Turn vice three, withArea Flak occurring at the end of the last Target-BoundTurn and the Over-Target Turn [23.3].Instead of recalculating the number of Home-BoundTurns, a Straggler Turn is added when aircraft end theMission Damaged [23.4].Night Mission rules have been expanded [23.5].Some Resources are available only during certainMissions of a campaign [24.6.2].15.0 CAMPAIGN INTRODUCTIONIn the Down in Flames basic game, fighter vs. fighter dogfightsare the order of the day. In a Campaign, players use new typesof aircraft and munitions to play a series of games (called “Missions”) in the context of actual historical operations. Please donot attempt to tackle a Campaign until you have at least a fewDogfights under your belt and are familiar with the basic gamemechanics.In each Campaign, you will play a number of Missions, eachincluding different aircraft. Some Missions are essentially theDogfights with which you are already familiar and last a setnumber of Game-Turns (or until all planes of one side haveDisengaged or been Destroyed). Most Missions involve strikinga ground or naval target, and consist of a variable number ofGame-Turns divided into three Phases:A. Target-Bound Turns (variable number)B. Over-Target Turn (one only)C. Home-Bound Turns (variable number) The turn sequence in a Campaign Mission may add up tothree steps to the Sequence of Play, but is otherwise identical tothe Dogfight Game [see 16.0]. As before, card play proceeds insequential player-turns (turns) within each Game-Turn.Often, players in a Campaign will use one or more Bombers toaccomplish a particular Mission. Light Bombers fly in Elementsjust like Fighters, and are played the same in most respects.Medium and Heavy Bombers are Formation aircraft, and playersdo not keep ongoing hands of cards for these classes. Instead,players draw mini-hands for them when they are attacked, muchlike Fighter Wingmen.Wild Blue Yonder includes four types of campaigns. Land Campaigns are those first included in Rise ofthe Luftwaffe. They have a fixed number of randomlydetermined historical Missions in which players selectResources to support assigned Mission aircraft. The outcomeof each Mission does not affect later Missions. In Progressive Campaigns, players assign aircraft tomissions from a pool and fly Missions until one side or theother wins. Aircraft lost in earlier Missions are not availablefor later Missions. Operations represent only one or a few days, use uniqueresourcing mechanisms, and may count as one Mission ina Land Campaign. Solitaire Campaigns use unique mechanics to allow playwithout an opponent. 2017 GMT Games, LLC

Wild Blue Yonder Campaign RulebookIn order of increasing complexity, the campaigns are:Rommel AttacksLandMalta 1940-41LandMalta 1941-42LandInto Egypt 1942LandOperation BARBAROSSALandSchweinfurt RaidsOperationBuzz BombSolitaireStalingrad AirliftProgressiveKurskProgressiveOperation PEDESTALOperation8th Air Force 1943LandBattle of BerlinLandBattle of BritainProgressive16.0 CAMPAIGN SEQUENCE OF PLAY The Campaign Game adds up to three steps to the Sequenceof Play. These new steps are noted with an asterisk (*) and areexplained in detail below. Player order is determined in the sameway as in the basic Dogfight game [4.7]. 16.1 Search Step* (Night Mission only)Draw cards equal to your Fighter’s Night Combat rating. Unlessone or more of these cards are Blue-bordered†, skip all remainingsteps this turn except the Air Strike and Draw Steps or VoluntaryDisgengagement. In any case, immediately discard these cards.† White vice Blue if not a Night Fighter [17.1.1].16.2 Jettison Step*Each campaign has its own Campaign card, which includesdetails on how to play that campaign. Players will track information and score the campaign on a Campaign Log.15.1 Basic Game ConceptsCertain Dogfight game concepts affect aircraft and Missionsslightly differently in a Campaign Game.15.1.1 Leaders and Wingmen Only Fighters and Light Bombers fly in Elements consistingof a Wingman and a Leader. Fighters fly only as Lone Leadersat Night [13.3] or when called for by other rules. They may alsofly as Sections of three [17.6]. When a rule refers to a “unit,” itapplies to all three groupings.Medium and Heavy Bombers usually fly as Formations of twoor three aircraft [17.3.1c].15.1.2 AltitudeAn aircraft’s altitude may affect the accuracy of its bombing andthe intensity of enemy anti-aircraft fire (Flak) per 21.0 and 22.0.Aircraft must be at Very Low Altitude to strafe [21.7].15.1.3 Position3Light Bombers use the same positioning rules as Fighters. Thereis no positioning with respect to Medium and Heavy Bombers,which are attacked by a different method [20.3]. Your Fighter or Light Bomber unit may voluntarily jettisonits load by removing the marker [18.0]. At this time, all aircraftof a unit must jettison if any does. Your opponent receives 1 VPper aircraft that jettisons its ordnance. Once it has jettisoned itsordnance, cargo, and drop tanks, an aircraft no longer suffersthe Loaded penalties [18.1d].NOTE: Medium and Heavy Bombers never jettison theirordnance.16.3 Wingman StepIf you have a Wingman and are at the same Altitude as anenemy unit or Formation, choose and announce a target for yourWingman. Draw a “mini-hand” equal to his Offensive Ratingand resolve his attack. You may attack only ONE enemy aircraftduring this step; you cannot play cards against two differentaircraft.EXCEPTIONS:a. On the first Game-Turn, the first unit (only) skips this stepunless the opposing force consists entirely of Formationaircraft [17.3].b. During the Over-Target Turn, skip this step if theWingman will strike a target.16.4 Altitude Step Remove Clouds marker, if any, and adjust your altitude tomatch that selected. Otherwise, your unit may change altitudeup or down to an adjacent level. 16.5 Air Strike Step* (Over-Target Turn only)If your Fighters or Light Bombers are carrying bombs, air-toground rockets, or torpedoes, they strike the Mission Targetwith their ordnance [21.0]. Fighters or Light Bombers at VeryLow Altitude may also strafe, whether they expend ordnanceor not [21.7]. In either case, you must give up your positionif Advantaged or Tailing and become Neutral, and skip yourLeader Step. Whether it struck the Target or not, your unit is now attackedby Target Flak (Wingman first) unless it Broke Off [22.2, 23.2.1]. 2017 GMT Games, LLC

4Wild Blue Yonder Campaign Rulebook16.6 Leader StepIf you did not strike the Mission Target this turn, you maychoose and announce an enemy aircraft and play cards one at atime from your Leader’s hand. These may allow you to adjustyour altitude, change your position relative to an enemy unit,or fire upon an enemy aircraft. An affected enemy player hasthe opportunity to respond immediately to each card as it isplayed against him. You may then respond to his card, and soon, until one of you elects not to respond further. You may thenplay a card to initiate a new action. You may attack only oneenemy aircraft during this step; you cannot play cards againsttwo different aircraft. Instead of playing cards, you may choose to voluntarilyDisengage at this time [12.1] unless Over Target.17.0 CAMPAIGN AIRCRAFTIn the basic game, you used Fighter aircraft to recreate dogfightcombat. The Campaign game introduces three Classes of Bombers, which allow you to perform additional types of air missions.The differences between the Classes are detailed here.17.1 FightersPlayers use Fighters to perform escort, interception, and airstrike functions. Besides air-to-air combat (including with AerialRockets), they may strafe, and some may make Level Bombingor Air-to-Ground Rocket strikes on Mission targets.17.1.1 Night FightersNight Fighters are usually present onlyduring Night Missions [23.5]. NightFighter aircraft cards have a dark bluebackground (instead of sky blue) and aNight Combat rating. During NightMissions, there are no Night FighterWingmen.16.7 Discard Step You may discard as many cards from your Leader’s hand asyou like, placing them face up in the discard pile. Only the topcard you discard need be visible. Discard piles are closed—noplayer may ever examine them at any time.16.8 Draw StepYou may draw cards to refill your Leader’s hand [5.2.3]. 16.9 Final StepThe Final Step is unique in occurring only once per Game-Turn,after the completion of all player turns.In a Target-Bound Turn, any of your Formation aircraft mayvoluntarily Disengage [12.1]. In the last Target-Bound Turn (TB1), Fighters determinewhether they will break off or continue Over Target [23.2.1].Then all aircraft going Over Target suffer Area Flak [22.1]. In the Over-Target Turn, every surviving Formation aircraftstrikes the Mission Target and is subject to Target Flak [21.0,22.2]. Then attack every aircraft Over Target with Area Flak[22.1]. Remove any Over Target markers [23.3.2]. Determineresults for each surviving Reconnaissance Mission aircraft[21.8.7].If using Aerial Rockets [18.3], remove all No Support markersplaced this Turn.If using the optional Fuel Expenditure Rules, as the last action ofevery Turn (including Home-Bound Turns), record Fuel Pointsexpended by each Fighter unit remaining with the Mission[24.9.4]. Any units completing their last turn or with 0 or lessFuel Points must simultaneously perform a Fuel Disengagement[24.9.5].After all other activities, advance the Turn marker one space.17.2 Light BombersLight Bombers normally fly in Leader and Wingman Elements,and are treated the same as Fighters in all respects except:a) Some Light Bombers are capable of Dive Bombing and/orTorpedo strikes instead of or in addition to Level Bombingstrikes.b) Escorting Fighters may attempt to protect accompanyingLight Bombers when they are attacked [see 20.3].c) Light Bombers cannot attack enemy Fighters that are notcarrying ordnance unless they begin their turn engaged withthose “unloaded” enemy Fighters.d) Light Bomber Wingmen draw cards equal to theirOffensive rating plus one ( 1) when attacking Formationaircraft without intervention (instead of plus their Defensiverating) [20.1.2].e) Score more VPs for Damaging or Destroying a Light Bomber(3 and 6, respectively) than for a Fighter.f) When determining Campaign VPs, the controlling playerscores 3 VPs for each Light Bomber that goes Over Targetand completes the Mission Undamaged [24.7].17.3 Formation AircraftThe primary difference between Bomber Classes is how theyoperate when under attack by enemy Fighters. Light Bombers may attempt to turn, climb, and dive tomaneuver out of perilous situations. They perform muchthe same as Fighters in the Down in Flames system (thoughthey don’t do it nearly as well). 2017 GMT Games, LLC

Wild Blue Yonder Campaign Rulebook Medium and Heavy Bombers instead fly in more rigidformations, relying on mutual supporting fire to repel enemyattacks. These two Classes are referred to collectively as“Formation aircraft.”DamageCapacity517.3.3 PositionFormation aircraft do not use Position rules, so they are neverEngaged. They may be attacked by any Unengaged enemyLeader or Wingman at their altitude.17.3.4 BombingMonth ofServiceMost Formation aircraft employ Saturation Bombing [21.5].Some Medium Bombers may instead use Level or TorpedoBombing [21.3, 21.6].StrafeClass17.3.5 Air-to-Air mb17.3.1 CharacteristicsFormation aircraft share some common characteristics thatdistinguish them from Fighters and Light Bombers.a) Instead of Performance and Horsepower ratings, Formationaircraft have Speed ratings. These ratings often determinea Mission’s duration [23.1.1].b) Instead of Burst and/or Gunner ratings, Formation aircrafthave Turret Defense and Turret Support ratings.c) Instead of Leader/Wingman Elements, Medium and HeavyBombers normally fly in Formations. A Medium BomberFormation consists of two aircraft, while a Heavy BomberFormation may consist of up to three aircraft. Aircraft ofone Formation may not combine with another Formationduring a Mission.d) Only Bombers of the same type (e.g., B-17s) may fly in thesame Formation. Different models of the same Type (e.g.,B-26Bs and B-26Cs) may combine in a single Formation.Example: A Formation may include B-17Fs and B-17Gs, butnot B-17s and B-24s.e) Formation aircraft are always considered “In Formation”unless they are Damaged or have suffered a Cockpit Hit.f) Formation aircraft draw defensive “mini-hands” likeWingmen when attacked by enemy aircraft [see 20.5].g) Formation aircraft never have player turns. They strikeMission targets (and suffer Target Flak) after all player turnsare completed during the Final Step of the Over-Target Turn.h) Formation aircraft may Disengage only during the TargetBound Phase. Once the Over-Target Phase begins, they maynot Disengage for the rest of the Mission.17.3.2 AltitudeAll Formation aircraft of the same Type in a Mission must flyat the same altitude, as specified by the Mission instructions onthe Campaign Card. This will be the altitude from which theyintend to bomb, and they will remain at that altitude for theduration of the Mission.Formation aircraft never initiate combat with other aircraft(fighters are far too fast and nimble to be hunted down bya bomber). Unlike a Fighter, however, a Medium or HeavyBomber may score Hits on an enemy aircraft while respondingto an attack [20.5.3].17.3.6 DamageUnlike Fighters, Bombers need not lose their bombs whenDamaged. However, the Bomb rating of a Bomber is usuallyreduced when it is on its Damaged side.Design Note: This reduction represents the inaccuraciesinduced when bombing from a damaged plane.17.3.7 Out of Formation Damaged Formation aircraft fall out of formation and mayno longer contribute or receive Turret Support [20.5]. A Bomberleaves the Formation at the instant it is flipped to its Damagedside or suffers a Cockpit Hit. To show this, move the strickenBomber card away from the other aircraft cards; it is now Outof Formation at the same altitude. Multiple Out of FormationBombers may not combine to form a new multi-plane Formation[17.3.1c].17.4 TransportsThe Air Drop and Air Transport Missions [21.8.4-5] require thestriking side to use its Bombers as Transports.17.4.1 Cargo Points Transports carry a number of Cargo Points, used in determining Mission VPs, instead of ordnance. Some Bombers have aCargo rating, indicating how many Cargo Points they carry inan Air Transport Mission; a superscript number denotes howmany they carry in an Air Drop Mission. Others will have thisinformation supplied in the Mission Target Matrix or CampaignSpecial Rules. Cargo Points are reduced when Damaged. 2017 GMT Games, LLC

6Wild Blue Yonder Campaign Rulebook17.5 Special RatingsSome Special ratings apply only to Campaign missions. 17.5.1 Dive BrakesAircraft with Dive Brakes starting the Over-Target Turn at LowAltitude may strike Military or Naval targets (only) as if they aredive bombing at Very Low altitude instead of using SaturationBombing. If they do so, use the Dive Bombing column of theStrike Chart with their Saturation Bomb rating, and any TargetFlak cards with Special Spoiled symbols drawn against themcount as Spoiled Attacks.Design Note: At Ernst Udet’s insistence, the Ju88 mediumbomber had dive brakes. While not as effective as purposedesigned light dive bombers, it was capable of making 60 diving attacks for increased accuracy against point targetssuch as ships and bridges. 17.5.2 Oblique GunsAt Night, you may choose to attack a Formation aircraft withOblique Guns instead of with your normal hand. Upon declaringthis, set your hand aside and draw a separate mini-hand equalto your Night Fighter’s Oblique Guns # and attack as if witha Wingman (i.e., no Burst limit). Reduce the Target’s TurretDefense rating by 1 [20.5].Example: You declare your He219A-2 Leader is attacking a Lancaster III Heavy Bomber with Oblique Guns. You draw 4 cardsand play per 20.1.2 and 20.5. The Allied player will draw only1 card for the Lancaster’s defensive mini-hand instead of two. 17.5.3 SlowWhen determining Mission duration in a campaign [23.1.1],use the Slow # of these Fighters or Light Bombers instead ofthe default value of 6. 17.6SectionsDesign Note: Early in WWII, fighters of virtually every nation except Germany operated in Section formations of threeaircraft. Under most circumstances, this provided little benefitwhile exposing the junior member of the Section to increasedrisk of being shot down.When indicated in a Campaign, each Element startswith a Section marker on its Wingman, representinga third (“Section”) aircraft. While this marker ispresent:a) Increase the Wingman Offensive rating by 1 when attackinga Formation aircraft unless the “Section” Wingman is Green[19.6.4b, 20.1.2].b) Decrease the Wingman Defensive rating by 1 when attackedby a Fighter.c) If the Wingman is shot down, remove the Section marker,the Pilot marker under it (if any), and all Hit markers fromthe Wingman instead of removing the Wingman card itself.d) If the Leader is shot down, remove the Section markerand retain any Hit markers on the Wingman. The newlypromoted Leader is unscathed and inherits all other markersfrom the Wingman except a Pilot counter that was under theSection marker [19.7].18.0 LOADED AIRCRAFT Aircraft may be equipped with munitions and additionalstores, collectively called loads. All types of loads except Cargo[17.4.1], Drop Tanks, and Gun Pods are ordnance. Each type ofload has its own rules and restrictions.18.1 Common RulesSome rules apply to all load types.a) Aircraft that are carrying loads are specified on a Campaigncard’s Mission Target Matrix and in the Campaign rules[24.5.2] or by some Resources [24.6].b) Unless otherwise specified, an aircraft may carry only onetype of load. Place the appropriate marker on the Aircraftcard.c) Both the Leader and all Wingmen of a unit must be equippedwith the same type of load. If you choose to voluntarilyjettison the load [16.2], both aircraft must do so.d) Fighters and Light Bombers carrying loads are Loaded andsuffer penalties accordingly: When drawing the initial hand for a Leader carryingordnance or cargo, place it face-down under the aircraftcard without examining it. Until your Leader is attackedby an enemy aircraft playing an Attack card that is notnegated by escort intervention [20.3], you may not lookat these cards, must discard a random card if you climb,and skip your Discard Step. Loaded aircraft cannot attack “unloaded” enemyFighters unless they begin their turn engaged with thoseenemy Fighters or are intervening escorts [20.3.2]. Loaded Leaders and Wingmen cannot play Half Loop,Scissors, or Full Throttle Action cards, includingduring the Air Strike Step. These cards are marked witha “Not if Loaded” symbol in their Attack and Responsesections as a reminder. Loaded Wingmen have their Offensive ratings halved(Fighters round up, Light Bombers round down). Applythis halving after applying any reduction for Very HighAltitude [5.4.2].Once an aircraft jettisons or expends its entire load [16.2, 21.0],it no longer suffers these Loaded penalties.18.1.1 Damaged FightersA Fighter must immediately jettison its ordnance if it becomesDamaged. It may (but need not) jettison Drop Tanks at this time. 18.1.2 Voluntary Ordnance JettisoningAward the opposing side 1 VP for each of your Fighters orLight Bombers that jettisons its ordnance during the JettisonStep [16.2]. 2017 GMT Games, LLC

Wild Blue Yonder Campaign RulebookDesign Note: This deters players in Progressive Campaignsfrom loading their Fighters with bombs merely on the offchance they will not be opposed.18.2 Bombs and TorpedoesBombs and Torpedoes are used to strikeMission targets. Remove the Bomb/Torpedo marker when the aircraft jettisons or strikes the target.18.3 Aerial RocketsFighters may use Aerial Rockets when attackingFormation aircraft only—they may not be fired atFighters or Light Bombers. They target every aircraft in the Formation, and the Bombers cannotrespond.18.3.1 Attack ProceduresThe procedures for attacking Formation aircraft are set forthin the rules for Attacking Bombers [20.2]. Use the followingadditional procedure as well:i) After declaring you are attacking Formation aircraft butbefore drawing or playing cards, declare that you are firingAerial Rockets.ii) Once the target Formation is determined, draw one Actioncard for each aircraft in the Formation:Action Card DrawnIn My Sights (Fuel Tank)Out Of The SunIn My Sights (3 Bursts)In My Sights (2 Bursts)In My Sights (1 Burst)Any other cardEffectDestroyed10 Hits*7 Hits*4 Hits**No Effecti) Regardless of the aircraft’s Burst rating or altitude, drawonly one card (two if the aircraft has a Skilled Pilot withthe S (Strafe) skill [19.2.12]).ii) The defending player draws one less Target Flak card thanhe normally would (reflecting the “standoff” capability ofthe Rockets).iii) If the Strafe result is a Hit, inflict two (2) damage points onthe target.iv) Remove the Air-to-Ground Rockets marker.Example: Your P-47D Leader with Rockets is at Low Altitudeduring the Over-Target Turn of a strike on an Airfield. Normallythe plane would be unable to Strafe from that altitude, but itcan make an Air-to-Ground Rocket strike. You draw one card;the Strafe result is a Hit. The defending player then draws twoTarget Flak cards (Base # of 3 reduced by one). Since neitheris a Spoiled Attack, you inflict 2 damage on the Airfield target.18.5 Drop TanksDrop Tanks are expendable fuel tanks carried underthe wings or fuselage. They are used in CampaignMissions to extend the range of Fighters. Aircraftautomatically expend Fuel Points from their DropTanks before using Internal Fuel [see 24.9.4].18.5.1 Fighter JettisoningFighters need not jettison Drop Tanks when Damaged. Oncevoluntarily jettisoned, aircraft lose any Fuel Points that remainedin the tanks.18.6 Gun Pods* No Support: May not lend its Turret Support to other aircraftin the Formation for the rest of the current Game-Turn.Do not apply any Hits shown on the card itself.iii) Remove the Aerial Rockets marker. You cannot attack with both Aerial Rockets and guns in thesame turn.18.4 Air-to-Ground RocketsCertain aircraft (as noted on their individual aircraftcards) are capable of carrying Air-to-GroundRockets instead of or in addition to Bombs whenallowed by a selected Resource. If carrying bothBombs and Rockets, reduce the Bomb rating of the aircraft byone (–1) to a minimum of 1.18.4.1 Attack Procedure7In addition to causing an aircraft to be Loaded, GunPods reduce a Leader’s Performance rating by one(–1). They also reduce a Wingman’s Defense ratingby one (–1), except when attacking a Bomber. Applythese penalties whether an aircraft is Damaged or Undamaged.18.6.1 20mm Gun PodsAll Gun Pods add one ( 1) to a Leader’s Burst rating. They addtwo ( 2) to a Wingman’s Offense rating only when attacking aFormation aircraft.18.6.2 30mm Gun Pods In addition to the 20mm effects, 30mm Gun Pods add one( 1) Hit point to every In My Sights or Out Of The Sun cardsuccessfully played when a Pilot (not a Gunner) attacks in theWingman or Leader Step.18.6.3 Fighter JettisoningFighters never jettison Gun Pods, even when Damaged.18.7 MinesExpend Air-to-Ground Rockets during the Air Strike Step as ifmaking a Strafing run. This Rocket strike may be made fromVery Low or Low Altitude. 2017 GMT Games, LLCDuring a Mine Laying Mission, aircraft carry Minesinstead of Bombs. Bombers carry a number ofMines equal to their Saturation Bombing rating ortwice their Level Bombing rating.

8Wild Blue Yonder Campaign Rulebook19.0 PILOTS AND CREWSWhile the type and quality of aircraft was certainly an importantfactor in aerial combat during World War II, the men in theplanes often made the critical difference. The Campaign gameallows you to add Pilots to your Fighters and Light Bombersand Crews to your Formation aircraft, enhancing or reducingtheir capabilities.19.1 Aircrew CountersYou receive Pilot and Crew counterseither by chosen Resource or throughrandom selection [19.4]. Place the Pilotor Crew counter on the aircraft card,where it will remain throughout the Mission.You may also use Pilot counters to help balance a Dogfightgame [13.4].19.1.1 Air Service SymbolEach counter includes a nationality symbol indicating thenationality and service of the Pilot or Crew. Most belong to theircountry’s air force, but British, Japanese, and U.S. Aircrewsmay belong to their naval air arms instead (shown by a differentsymbol). Aircrews may only fly aircraft of their nationality andservice.Example: Your Bf109F-2 Leader is flown by a Pilot with the‘A’ (Ace Pilot) skill. The Messerschmitt is attacked by an enemyYak-1 Out Of The Sun. You respond with a Vertical Roll,but the enemy plays a Vertical Roll of his own. You haveno card that responds to a Vertical Roll, and instead play aScissors card while declaring, “This is an Ace Pilot card”and discarding your Ace marker. Unless the enemy player hasan Ace Pilot card (or has an unused Ace Pilot ability himself),his attack fails.19.2.2 Bomb (BM)Draw and apply one extra Bomb card when this aircraft bombsa Mission target.19.2.3 Burst (BU) Increase this aircraft’s Burst rating or Offensive rating byone ( 1) for the duration of the Mission.19.2.4 Combat Vision (CV) During a Day Mission, if either the Leader or a Wingmanof your unit has this skill, upon drawing your initial hand andbefore determining play order [4.7] you may discard any numberof cards from your hand and replace them. This is a “one-time”exchange; you play, discard, and draw normally during yourturns. During a Night Mission [23.5], increase this aircraft’s NightCombat rating by one ( 1) for the duration of the Mission.19.2.5 Damage (D)USAAFRAFFAA(French) VVS (Soviet)Increase this aircraft’s Damage ratings (on both sides of thecard) by one ( 1) for the duration of the Mission.19.2.6 Gunner (G)Luftwaffe(German)RA(Italian)MKHLARR(Hungarian) (Romanian)19.2 PilotsExcept for Green Pilots, Pilot counters represent Skilled Pilots,containing letters within the boxes down the right side of thecounter. These letters represent that Pilot’s Skills in the form ofbonus capabilities given to his aircraft.Pilot NameSkillsService Skills apply to either a Leader or a Wingman as appropriate.However, the most a Wingman’s Offensive and Defensive ratingsmay increase is 1 each, regardless of how many Skills thatWingman may have. A Wingman with a Skilled Pilot retainsthat pilot when “promoted” if his Leader is Destroyed.19.2.1 Ace Pilot (A)This Pilot gets to use a free Ace Pilot card once during aMission. Place an Ace marker on the aircraft at the start of theMission. At any one time during the game, you may declare thatthe response card you are playing is an Ace Pilot card (regardless of the card’s actual name). Then discard the Ace marker. Increase this aircraft’s Gunner rating or Defensive rating byone ( 1) for the duration of the Mission.19.2.7 Horsepower (H) Increase this aircraft’s Horsepower rating or Defensive ratingby one ( 1) for the duration of the Mission. 19.2.8 Leadership (L)You may schedule an additional Element to arrive on the sameGame-Turn as his E

Each campaign has its own Campaign card, which includes details on how to play that campaign. Players will track informa-tion and score the campaign on a Campaign Log. 15.1 Basic Game Concepts Certain Dogfight game concepts affect aircraft and Missions slightly differently in a Campaign Game. 15.1.1 Leaders and Wingmen

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The Golden Age of Illustration The Golden Age of Illustration was a period of unprecedented excellence in book and magazine illustration. Advances in technology permitted accurate and inexpensive reproduction of art. The public demand for new graphic art grew in this time. Walter Crane Edmund Dulac Aubrey Beardsley Arthur Rackham

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Arrows in an illustration that are similar to those above indicate movement or action. Arrows in an illustration that are similar to those above call attention to an item in the illustration. CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING WARNING Engine exhaust, some of its constitu-ents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the

to Illustration Class Syllabus/ SPRING 2014/ Instructor: Inna Razumova course description: ART 136A is an introductory course to the professional field of illustration. The students will acquire fundamental illustration skills and become familiar with principal areas within the field,

1. Fashion illustration inspiration and techniques by Anna Kiper. 2. Big book of Fashion illustration by Martin Dober. 3. Fashion sketch book by Bina Abling. 4. Fashion portfolio: design and presentation by Anna Kiper. 5. Contemporary fashion illustration techniques by Naoki Watanabe. FASHION ILL

1. Fashion Illustration Anna Kiper, David & Charles Book, 2011 2. Fashion Illustration Children Patric, John Ireland, BT Bastford Ltd, 2005 3. New Fashion Illustration (New

Nov 25, 2020 · In combination with the revised COSO cube as presented on page 6 of the COSO 2013 Internal Control: Integrated Framework. Executive Summary, such an illustration would provide a one-page overview of the internal control assessment process. Illustration H1-3 of the COSO Certification Course has such an illustration.

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