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CAV Operations Group (COG) Update Request?

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I was wondering if there was any traction on the COG team in development? Haven't really heard anything since the update a while back asking folks to send in their email if they were interested.

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I'm finishing up with the program specifics now and will be getting in touch with those people that contacted me. I was wanting to have the release dates tied down a little bit better so we are all working with the new book...new minis and such.

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AS we wanted people to have the new models in hand for demos the COG program was delayed due to the delays in the KS. With the figures finally on their way, I will have the COG packets out to those who have signed up by the end of January.

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