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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 11:38 am    Post subject: Flag raiders Oct.26 th Reply with quote

Great game ,didn,t mind the rain at all .I even got three kills with my corner engagment device .I used it for sighting in targets for other team mates . Thanks for the fun Lee!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Even with the crap weather we had a good turn out... 50 plus players.

Everyone played a good game with no problems. The fields (sections seem smaller then the old flagraiders or was it becusae there were a lot more players. They've done a good job with the filed so far. It would be great to have the entire field to ourselves to rum a milsim... maybe a winter game.

Thanks to everyone that came out and stuck it out in the rain... I always think that the bad weather adds to the game.

Funny how it cleared up once the main group decided to leave. Gave us a chance to play a few games with a smaller group.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 4:28 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

leecas wrote:

It would be great to have the entire field to ourselves to rum a milsim... maybe a winter game.


A Great yes to that!
After all I didn't buy a greatcoat for nothing!

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 6:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

This is also on ASC:
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The following is a write up I did, and MAY contain some propaganda

Classified Information: United States Army After Action Report
Sunday October 26, 1944


E Company, 2/506th 101st Airborne and Elements of the British 6th Airborne, along with foreign advisers designated 'Contras' and 'GHOSTS' and local resistance participated in routine patrols and seek and destroy missions in Area of Operations designated "Markierungsfahnenršuber" (English translation "Flag Raiders").

10:30 Hours
Operations Commenced.
10:45 Hours
E Company and Allies entered sector one of the AO and engaged in combat with enemy supporters and sympathizers. Light Casualties suffered and evac'ed to aid station.
Sporadic, but Pronounced engagements encountered, from 10:45 Hours to 1200 Hours.
E Company attempted to rescue 7 downed pilots however they encountered strong resistance and were only able to extract 2 pilots that had hidden themselves away in a shack.
1200 Hours
E Company and Allies utilized a tactical withdraw to remove theirselves from the front line and back to the rear. Soldiers re-armed and regrouped for another assault.
12:45 Hours
E Company and Allies re-deployed back to the front line and assaulted target "Hill 331"
Heavy Casualties ensued but target was captured with minimal structural damage.
1300 Hours
Re-enforcements arrived for E Company to assist with defense of Hill 331. Target was re-captured by Enemy but was shortly destroyed thereafter by Air Support.
1400 Hours
More sporadic resistance by the enemy utilizing guerrilla tactics. Heavy Casualties ensued for both sides.
1500 Hours
Foreign Advisers and local resistance were recalled to HQ to resupply for another upcoming attack whose time is yet unknown. E Company and British 6th remained on the front line.
E Company was ambushed by Nazi sympathizers once again inside a small village. Objective was held and was discovered to be a Fuel Dump. Target was destroyed by Air Strike.
1600 Hours
E Company was recalled from the front line to re deploy to well deserved R&R in England.

Conclusion:
No German Army personnel, Army, Air or Sea was in the AO at the time of these Operations. AO is considered highly hostile consisting of armed villagers and militia loyal to the Fuhrer and the Nazi Party. (no german reenactors showed up)
Tank and Air support is requested for next assault on the Area of Operations.
One Deserter was captured and interrogated by Captain Lee Cassar of E Company. This deserter is codenamed "Agent Memel".
Agent Memel released locations of Fuel and Ammo dumps to the Allied Forces, but still did not share the location of the cake bakery.

Thanks for reading!
and a plug for my game:
http://www.airsoftcanada.com/showthread.php?t=69508

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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 9:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PanzerGrenadier wrote:
leecas wrote:

It would be great to have the entire field to ourselves to rum a milsim... maybe a winter game.


A Great yes to that!
After all I didn't buy a greatcoat for nothing!


Very nice Akos, looks good on ya!!
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 9:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Where did you buy the M40 Great coat??
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 8:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

PanzerGrenadier wrote:
leecas wrote:

It would be great to have the entire field to ourselves to rum a milsim... maybe a winter game.


A Great yes to that!
After all I didn't buy a greatcoat for nothing!


I tell ya Akos you always look like you just walked out of a history book!
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 29, 2008 3:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I bought it off spearhead militaria. Uhm I can't remember the price, was not expansive.


Thanks for the good words.
But Its not only me, we all look the part I think.
So many kool pics of you Allies also.

Looking forward to a winter WW2 game. Maybe January?
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