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Albuquerque Scale Modelers

Proudly Presents

July 11 - 12, 2014

*** Please note the convention date change ***

Original dates were June 6 - 7

D-Day Plus Seventy


IPMS Region 10 Convention
and Model Contest

at the

MCM Elegante Hotel and Event Center

2020 Menaul Boulevard NE

Albuquerque, New Mexico  USA


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Click on the buttons to the left to visit those pages.

Click on the What's New button below to see updates to this website.

What's New on the Website?

Latest Update:  15 September 2014


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Award Presentation
Slide Show

Model Pictures

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ASM thanks to the following companies and people
for their support and sponsorship at Chile Con 3 :



June 6th, 1944  :  D-Day

The Allied invasion of Western Europe at Normandy, France

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D-Day is a term often used in military parlance to denote the day on which a combat attack or operation is to be initiated. "D-Day" often represents a variable, designating the day upon which some significant event will occur or has occurred.  The initial D in D-Day has had various meanings in the past, while more recently it has obtained the connotation of "Day" itself, thereby creating the phrase "Day-Day", or "Day of Days".

By far, the best known D-Day is June 6, 1944 — the day on which the Invasion of Normandy began — commencing the Western Allied effort to liberate mainland Europe from Nazi occupation during World War II. However, many other invasions and operations had a designated D-Day, both before and after that operation.

The Invasion of Normandy was the invasion and establishment of Allied forces in Normandy, France during Operation Overlord in World War II. It covers from the initial landings on June 6, 1944 until the Allied breakout in mid-July.  The invasion was the largest seaborne invasion at the time, involving over 156,000 troops crossing the English Channel from the United Kingdom to Normandy.  Allied land forces that saw combat in Normandy on June 6 came from Canada, Free French Forces, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. In the weeks following the invasion, Polish forces also participated and there were also contingents from Belgium, Czechoslovakia, Greece, and the Netherlands. Most of the above countries also provided air and naval support, as did the Royal Australian Air Force,  Royal New Zealand Air Force and the Royal Norwegian Navy.  The Normandy invasion began with overnight parachute and glider landings, massive air attacks, naval bombardments, an early morning amphibious landing and during the evening the remaining elements of the parachute divisions landed. The "D-Day" forces deployed from bases along the south coast of England, the most important of these being Portsmouth.    Source: Wikipedia


D-Day History

Select Chile Con 3 web pages have historical information on the D-Day invasion, including all of the landing beaches.  The links below take you directly to the different articles.  Click on maps for larger images.


Utah Beach Omaha Beach Gold Beach Juno Beach
 Channel Crossing Pointe Du Hoc Sword Beach Airborne Assault



While in Albuquerque visit the New Mexico Veterans Memorial

Click on the picture below to see ASM's World War II Model Display
at the Veterans Memorial from 2010-2012




If you are arriving in Albuquerque through theSunport International
Airport, take time to view the models in the Cavalcade of Wings
Display, which is supported by ASM

Click on the picture below for further information on the display

If you build models but cannot attend Chile Con 3 please consider
entering your models in the New Mexico State Fair Model Contest.

Click on the picture below for further information

While in Albuquerque visit the

National Museum of Nuclear Science and History

Models by current and former members of ASM are on display at the museum.

Click here to see ASM's World War II Model Display
at the museum from 1997-2009: 

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Click here for information on the country of Chile, but that's
not really what we're talking about here.


ASM Club Website


Click on the IPMS Logo or below for information on the
International Plastic Modeler's Society - USA

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The New Mexico Military Vehicle Preservation Association will have military
vehicles on display at Chile Con 3

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Click on the Half Track above for info on vehicles expected to be on display.

The picture below is of the vehicle display at Chile Con 2.

For further information on the New Mexico Military Vehicle Preservation
Association, visit the MVPA website at:


Click on the Logo below to see see all the fun
that happened at Chile Con 2 in 2011


Click on the Logo below to see see all
the action at Chile Con 2006

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