Pacific Victory covers the war in the Pacific during World War II using the Columbia Block game system. Units are represented by wooden blocks which remain upright and hide the type and strength of the unit. A fusion of Columbia's older "Front" system and its newer "Victory" system, the game focuses on the grand strategy of the Pacific war. It provides a number of scenarios that deal with specific stages of the war and also a grand campaign.
The community of PV players on BGG has created a wiki page for Pacific Victory.
After all the pieces of both players move, it's not always easy to remember who had the initiative in each hex for Battle resolution purposes. I use these little flags to lay on the blocks in any hex (after movement is made) where a reminder may be needed of just who is the Attacker. When battle is concluded, gather up the flags for the next turn. Just print the sheet and cut 'em out.
Here are some "favorite" aircraft of mine that didn't make it into the game. These are sized to 20MM each. Have fun with "your" favorite aircraft. These have the same movement and firepower as the standard game aircraft for the Allied and Axis aircraft. These are just for fun!