Memoi

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About Memoi

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  • Birthday 12/30/1956

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  • Location
    Hertford, UK
  • Preferred Side
    Axis
  • Preferred Branch
    Army
  • Preferred Unit
    Rifleman

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  1. 1 - Fire/engine bug 2 - ATGs spawning in at FRUs upside down 3 - Infantry weapon changing on it's own (not a game stopper, but an irritant)
  2. I can vouch for that, KMS sounds very clear on Discord. Makes me wonder why I shelled out for a set of Sennheiser PC360s years ago.
  3. Congratulations!
  4. Here's the link to the original thread
  5. As it happens, I still have the Google Earth KMZ file of my old Allied squad on my HD. There were about a thousand of us on the WWII file, but sadly I don't have that one.
  6. I was thinking the same thing!
  7. I’ve no idea what’s been going on, but if anyone’s making unfounded allegations then they should be ashamed of themselves. Without Xoom and CRS2.0 we’d have no game. They have my total support.
  8. Yep, the 91st is very active. There’s usually someone from the squad in game 24/7 , so give a shout on side channel and we’ll come and find you. You’d be most welcome!
  9. Last night, Tuesday, I was capping the railway station in Dun. It was taking so long to cap, I went and made a drink (a G&T with ice and lemon), fed the cats and went to the loo. When I came back I'd almost capped the CP! I understand the reasons for the variable cap timers, but they're a bit too long now.
  10. Many thanks, that might come in handy at some point.
  11. What did you do to fix it?
  12. It seems it wasn't my friend's grandfather somewhere in the original picture that I posted, it was actually his uncle. My friend's grandfather was called Erwin Alfred Erich Willnitz. Again, if anyone could give a hint of what regiment he was in it would be very much appreciated. Erwin Alfred Erich Willnitz is on the left in this picture.
  13. Brilliant! Thank you so much for looking at this. I’ve passed on your comments to my friend. If he sends me his grandfather’s name I’ll let you know. Thanks to everyone that’s taken the time to look at and research this picture.
  14. That’s fantastic! Many thanks, I’ll pass it onto my friend.
  15. Thanks for looking at this picture. Unfortunately, all my friend knows is that one of the soldiers in front is his grandfather. He was clearing out his late mother's possessions and he came across this picture. He vaguely remembers being told that this is your grandfather. Sadly, the date and location isn't known.