This was my first command role in a mission based scenario event, where you don't know the missions in advance. D-Day command is totally different than this, and they are interesting in their own rights. I was not completely prepared and should have spent more time before the event getting up to speed. If I am part of command next year, there will not be as much of a close call as this year
(yeah smack talk starting already)
To the spy, you got me, I took your explanation and went with it, next time, not so lucky. Send me your PM with your address and I will see if I can get you the card I took off of you.
I processed what you said and moved on, I also didn't know how to call you out any more than seeing your card. Not sure how to handle this in the future.
Camoe Joe, I appreciate the honors of the MVP, and I can't state how much it means, but it was the team that did the work, I just pointed them in the right direction.
Shadow Ops you rocked, it came down to just a hairs breath of getting MVT, your guys that helped out were on the spot, and it was team effort with them on our side.
MVP you guys were all over the place, even if you are the nasty Allies at D-Day I will share a side with you any time.
Ray, I loved the game, the crazy crap, the fun, and the scenario, I would like more time, an extra 30 minutes or so before the game starts, to organize the platoons and work out comms. This may have been my inexperience at the start, so next year much different. Tell your wife I want my Helicopter fuel gift wrapped and dropped flaming on the enemy base!
Overall, it was a great time, it was my second Training Day, and I will be back next year.
Now what to do between now and then