Join us for this pinnacle event ; an engraved goblet is 1st place for this event. Expect to see Hot Rod aircraft in Late 1918.
An Italian fighter group is on the hunt for Austro-Hungarians and it looks like they’ve hit the jackpot – a mixed bag of enemy fighter planes, no two the same!
When your target is a big stone bridge, you’d better bring a bomb that can do the job. Each De Havilland has one – but hitting the span won’t be easy with German fighters on the attack.
It’s late 1916 and the air war over the Western Front has taken its toll – and both sides are conducting fighter patrols with whatever planes they have left.
A flight of Breguets is bombing a German Railyard from a lower altitude for better accuracy, but a new Heavy Flak battery is waiting for them.
It’s the first week of November 1918 and the end of the war seems imminent. Will the ambitious American fighter pilots be able to win glory by knocking down some Germans before it’s all over?.
It’s the first week of November 1918 and the end of the war seems imminent. Will the ambitious American fighter pilots be able to win glory by knocking down some Germans before it’s all over?
As the disastrous Capporetta battle unfolds, the desperate Italians are using everything from the bottom of the barrel to stem the tide.
Join the Fight in the Skies Society in the skies over France in this April 1917 scenario. Dawn Patrol is the only game played at every Gen Con since 1968.
In November of 1917 at 5,550 feet, a British patrol of SE 5 and DH 5 fighters engage a German flight that includes a DFW C.V, an LVG C.V and their escort of Albatros D.V aircraft.
The Crown Prince’s visit to the Jasta airfield is a festive affair, but a flight of bomb-laden Sopwith Pups are coming to crash the party.
Frank Luke may be gone, but there are still plenty of German balloons making things difficult for the Americans, so the 27th Aero is called upon again.
There’s a flight of French planes in imminent danger from a descending swarm of German fighters. But, wait – here comes the French top cover! Will they intervene in time?
It’s not a typical New Years celebration, but there are plenty of aerial fireworks occurring in the skies over the western front.
Square off at oxygen depleted altitude. These planes are evenly matched in combat, but it will come down to the best pilot to decide who wins the battle!
German and British batteries are dueling with gas shells and a flight of Bristols is tasked with taking out the Hun guns, but German fighters interfere as they begin the attack.
It’s Christmas Day 1917 and the modest celebration at headquarters is interrupted by some noisy, uninvited guests – and they’re not bringing presents, they’re dropping bombs!
Join the Fight in the Skies Society in the skies over France in this Late 1918 scenario Speed to burn and Horsepower aplenty. Dawn Patrol is the only game played at every Gen Con since 1968.
A well-protected pair of Belgian two-seaters are tasked with a dual photo mission, but the intercepting Albatri and Pfalz’s are going to make it a challenge.
German balloons are spotting artillery fire on Allied trenches and the call has gone out to the Belgians to destroy them with Le Prieur wing rockets – but that won’t be easy.
Join the Fight in the Skies Society in the skies over France in this April 1918 scenario. Dawn Patrol is the only game played at every Gen Con since 1968.
As the Germans and Americans upgrade their fighters in early August of 1918, Nieuports and SPADs engage three types of Fokker D.VIIs, plus the new Roland and Pfalz models.
The end of the war may be days away, but for the German CL crews, the grim work of Tactical Bombing continues with continuous danger above and below.
A flight of Sopwith Dolphins tangles with a group of German monoplanes in late October 1918. Can any of the Brits bring down a Fokker D.VIII or Junkers D.I to embellish their victory list?
Yesterday’s photo mission over Austro-Hungarian lines was a breeze, but a camera malfunction is bringing the Italians back for more.