I was only in the area for half a day so was pressed for time but I will second the recommendation for the US cemetery, incredibly moving. I also enjoyed Pointe du Hoc and seeing the plaque dedicated to future Texas A&M president James Earl Rudder (whose heroics I had never heard about)
I used to do this out of respect for my opponents, but it’s apparently “illegal” and “not within the parameters of our contract with the convention venue”
Really makes you wonder what the world is coming to.
I only have the pocket rulebook and the LFT rat charts (started playing a couple of years ago) and have been limping along ok. I play solo a lot in which case I just miss out on the Chapter H references, or ask my opponent to look at his rulebook when I'm lucky enough to play opposed. I'd be...
There was a similar thread on GameSquad a while ago, someone helpfully collected the articles (and links where available) together here:
I think one interesting thing with the swinginess of dice hits is that it captures the individual heroics on Omaha Beach. I'm not an expert but it seemed like that was a battle where the tide really turned on some individuals getting lucky and making critical breaks in the German lines