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  Paradise      After Action Briefing: Hopewell

Paul Risner, FL

2012 Champion

2nd: Bill Beckman, SC

3rd: Gus Collars, SC

4th: Daniel Hoffman, NC

5th: Nathan Hill, MD

6th: Stephen Shedden, TN
Event History
1992    Frank Alexander      32
1993    Kevin Coombs      35
1994    Kevin Coombs      32
1995    Paul Risner      31
1996    Robert Hamel      32
1997    Paul Risner      34
1998    Paul Weintraub      32
1999    William Burch     32
2000    John Conlon     29
2001    Jimmy LeVay     32
2002    Paul Risner     32
2003    William Rohrbeck     34
2004    Stephen Quirke     37
2005     Keith Hunsinger     36
2006     Paul Risner     39
2007     Dave Long     42
2008    Dan Dolan Sr     46
2009     Rich Moyer     47
2010     Paul Risner     66
2011    Steve Sabatino     77
2012    Paul Risner     60

GM: Dave Terry, MD
2013 GM

Best GM Award 1996, 2001

6 Top Six GM Nominations



what do we do for an encore? ...

The mighty Eighth U.S. Army Air Force will again take to the skies over German-occupied Europe for three more historical-based missions, to battle the Luftwaffe and attack key wartime industries in1943. And if last year was any indication, the Germans are in for a tough time because the raids are getting bigger. Our squadron flew in record numbers again last year under the direction of the dean of WBC GMs, David Terry, with 22 tours and counting.

The B-17 event (on WBC Thursday at 0900) follows the chronological war diary of the USAAF Mighty Eighth Air Force. After 20 years of tournament play, we are now conducting historically-based missions from late 1943 after the disastrous second attack on Schweinfurt. The tournament flies three missions, and all players are encouraged to play all three missions along with their fellow squadron members. The After Action meeting on Friday night at 2200 hours involves presentation of medals, acknowledging some of the highlights (and lowlights) of the previous day's battles. We also feature an optional prize table, in which participants donate a B-17/WW2-related item (book, video, wargame, models, etc.) to the prize table. At the After Action meeting, the prize table is picked in order from last place to first, ensuring that everyone goes away with some memento from the tournament. But mostly, as our recent rising attendance figures indicate, the most important thing that players go home with from the tournament is happy memories and a desire to come back next year. We encourage new players to find a copy of the game online, or show up and we will see if we can cover you from our library of stocked B-17 games.

We present medals for great heroic achievements, as well as for notable disastrous results. During the after action meeting, we run an optional prize table whereby each player donates a B17/WW2-related item (book, video, wargame, models, etc.) to the prize table.
 GM      Dave Terry  [22nd Year]  NA
    david.terry@jhuapl.edu   NA

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