|A view from the NHMGS gaming tables at the museum|
The Northwest Scale Modelers had tables under the SR-71.
|One of the Northwest Scale Modeler tables|
|A radio-controlled P-40 and Spitfire|
|One of the NHMGS information tables|
|The American LZ in the center of the table|
|X-Wing fighters on the attack|
|Cruisers getting into action before Jutland|
|View before the British entered the map|
|Beauforts on the starboard side of the convoy taking on the CANT bombers and heading for the ships|
|Blenheim IVs attacking the front of the convoy|
|Beauforts on the port side of the convoy make it to the ship before the CR.42s can attack, but their bombs missed|
|The Blenheims from the front both hit the lead merchant and sink it|
|The Beaufort coming from the starboard side gets lucky with a bomb hit that takes out another merchant|
|The Swordfish were able to drop their torpedoes just before the MC.200s reached them, sinking another merchant|
The afternoon session had a Black Seas game, a Wings of Glory WWI game, and repeats of the Jutland and Convoy games.
|Black Seas game in progress|
|Wings of Glory fighters make a pass|
|Second Convoy game in action (the Sopwith Camel wasn't part of the game, but a kit that museum goers could purchase and put together with some modeler assistance)|
|Blenheims only do minor damage as the CANT blasts away at them|
|The Swordfish get a tanker, but the MC.200s tailing them knock down both torpedo bombers|
Overall, everyone seemed to have an enjoyable time and we were able to get some information about gaming out to the general public. The annual event is (almost) always a good time and it is fun to share the hobby with people that have never seen miniatures.
|The museum had a space-animal themed Christmas tree at the entrance|