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Bruce Monnin, formerly of [[The Boardgamer]] magazine, became editor of ''Operations'' beginning with the Fall 2004 edition (issue 46). The stated aim of Multi-Man Publishing was to have ''Operations'' be to their line of games what ''[[The General]]'' was to [[Avalon Hill]]'s line of products.
Bruce Monnin, formerly of [[The Boardgamer]] magazine, became editor of ''Operations'' beginning with the Fall 2004 edition (issue 46). The stated aim of Multi-Man Publishing was to have ''Operations'' be to their line of games what ''[[The General]]'' was to [[Avalon Hill]]'s line of products.
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Image:Operations Mag.pngOperations Magazine provides Multi-Man Publishing its own "house organ" for articles and discussion of its wargaming products. The first issue was produced in the summer of 1991 by The Gamers and was printed regularly until The Gamers were taken over by MMP. The magazine was produced quarterly, until Issue 42 when production slowed to semi-regular status (with only one issue being produced in 2003, and two issues a year in 2004 and 2005).

Bruce Monnin, formerly of The Boardgamer magazine, became editor of Operations beginning with the Fall 2004 edition (issue 46). The stated aim of Multi-Man Publishing was to have Operations be to their line of games what The General was to Avalon Hill's line of products.