We were back in the museum’s main gallery under the Blackbird (not a standard SR-71, but the last surviving M-21 version). We set up our information table and four gaming tables around the Blackbird. I spent the most of the day at the information table, but took time to grab some photos of the games.
|This year's information table (we forgot the banner)|
|The busy Wing of Glory game|
|The object of the fighters attention|
|The Check Your 6 game getting underway|
|Corsairs and Zeros square off|
|The running (flying) start for the air race|
|The field was pretty spread out at this point, but I understand the finish was pretty close|
|All Quiet on the Martian Front starting off|
|The Martians advance, but were taking heavy damage|
|Hydroplanes on display(the checkboard pattern in the front left was hand-painted)|
|The new "pickle-fork" boat takes the lead|
|A busy Star Wars Amada game with a few museum visitors participating|
The game day is always a good opportunity to show off the hobby to the general public and the museum is a really great forum for it.