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Black Powder \\ Red Earth Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS game
Inspired by John Hill's classic board game Squad Leader and Bullfrog's Syndicate; the game is class driven, offering a diversity of tactics and strategy without sacrificing run-and-gun shoot outs. It's a game where stealth is a means to approach and assess a target, the player is not punished for killing enemies and collateral damage is accepted as a necessary evil. In short, BPRE is a canvas, with an objective. Not a corridor crawler with pop up targets spawning grenades at your feet to keep you moving along or a stealth game where killing enemies earns you admonishment and empty moral standards. With clients ranging from competing interests within the Kurdish government to Saudi Intelligence and the US Department of Defense, each operation serves multiple masters with their own mission statement and agenda to be carried out.
"Black Powder//Red Earth: Yemen, a graphic novel by writer John Chang and artist Josh Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.
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When I first got out of the military, many of my friends who were getting out around the same time, did not know what laid on the other side. Yes, we heard of some of our friends, doing well, getting jobs in the private sector, where they enjoyed what they do. I also had friends who did not what they wanted to do, so they took the first job thy got offered. The one thing we all felt, that transition, was just rough. Some of my friends stayed in until retirement and some of them are still serving. I also had some friends who got to serve in a different way, and get paid even more money than they did when they served, by working for contractors.