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Voice from the past - 10/8/2021 6:19:18 PM   

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Some of you may remember Paul Vebber. He gave an interesting presentation to the Georgetown University Wargaming Society earlier this year. It only came up on my YouTube feed today.

Modern Operational Level Naval Wargames: Design Challenges and Techniques by Paul Vebber

I was going to post this in the CMO group, but figured here would get more visibility.


You and the rest, you forgot the first rule of the fanatic: When you become obsessed with the enemy, you become the enemy.
Jeffrey Sinclair, "Infection", Babylon 5
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RE: Voice from the past - 10/9/2021 1:51:01 PM   


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That entire GUWS series is an excellent series of webinars. It's focused on the pros - the NatSec / DoD / MoD / gov't types - but there are some excellent presentations on the professional uses for wargaming

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RE: Voice from the past - 10/15/2021 6:16:17 PM   


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Well, this looks like it will be what keeps me up for two hours longer than I should stay up for tonight!

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