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JAY KARAMALES is a software engineer by training, but has always had a keen interest in history and military affairs. He was hired by The Dupuy Institute in 1986 to design and build the database for the Ardennes Campaign Simulation Data Base project, for which he also used translated German unit records. In 1989 Mr. Karamales was hired by the consulting firm SAIC to conduct a quantitative analysis study of anti-tank warfare on the Western Front in the Second World War. He has produced the maps for over one hundred books. Mr. Karamales and his wife live just outside Boise, Idaho, where he is Director and Chief Historian of the Dry Creek Historical Society and editor of the DCHS Newsletter.