Until there is a subforum for 2009 D-Day Oklahoma, this will serve as the official German D-Day recruiting thread.
Greetings from the Oklahoma D-Day German High Command.
Oklahoma D-Day 2009 * June 8 - 14, 2009.
Come help the German Army to back-to-back victories!
OK D-Day 2009 is just six months away, so if you're interested in making the trip to the biggest paintball event in the world, its time to start planning your trip to Oklahoma.
The German Army has a type of unit for any play style, whether you want to sling immense amounts of paint in an Infantrie
unit, roll in the iron monsters of the 21st Panzer Division
, or run with some of the most insane scenario players in the world in one of the German special forces
German Infantrie: The German Anvil
Join the German Infantry TODAY and take your place on the battleline among the dedicated German Players that man the miles of trenchworks, bunker complexes, towering fortresses, and urban sprawl of the nearly 800-Acre D-Day Adventure Park playing field.
Always outnumbered but never outgunned, the German Infantry is the first line of defense against the oncoming Allied Horde landing every June at D-Day Adventure Park in Wyandotte, Oklahoma. Each year, the German Infantry mans the battlements of Utah, Omaha, and Sword Beaches as well as Brecourt Manor, and other strong points, raining paint and destruction down on the Allied invaders.
3 epic beaches, 5 major towns, 4 principle bridges, over 15 simultaneous objectives, nearly 800+ acres of playing field - all under the fearless shield of the dedicated German Infantry... and all of it awaiting attack by the largest paintball army the world has ever seen. In the German Army we often draw parallels between the type of game we play and the famous battle of the 300 Spartans at Thermopylae. Joining the German Infantry is as close as most of us will ever get to that sort of experience just for the sheer fun of doing it. As Germans, we fight outnumbered – by both intention and design.
There are no age restrictions for German Infantry Units. Without a doubt, The German Infantry is the best choice for the entire family as well as those players that are new to Oklahoma D-Day.
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The Iron Fist: The 21st Panzers
Are you a die-hard paintball tanker interested in bringing your tank and crew to D-Day 2009? Does the mere sight of tanks running rampant on the battlefield give you the urge to snatch up the nearest anti-tank weapon and hunt them down? Do you have that special love of operating side-by-side with tanks on the field as a member of an elite mechanized infantry unit? Are you a builder of heavy weapons who loves to bring fearsome firepower to the field?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then a spot in one of the Units of the German Panzer Korps is just what you've been looking for.
No matter what your niche, from classic Double-Trouble wielding "Hammer" to Tank Commander to Mech Infantry Grunt, the paintball adventure of a lifetime is waiting for you in the German Panzer Korps.
Drawing heavily on the rich histories of the historical units that make up the Panzer Korps, we have defined many detailed roles for players of all kinds within the units of the German Panzer Korps...
Of course, if you want to HUNT the Allied tanks, the Panzerjagers are the fit for you. Only the most skillful tank hunters can take on the nearly invulnerable iron beasts armed merely with a Panzershrek or a Panzerfaust, but the PJ's do exactly that year after year. The Panzerjagers also need Panzergrenadiers to run with the 'shrek and 'faust toters, so if you want to help hunt tanks but don't have an AT tube, don't hesitate to join the Panzerjagers.
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German Special Forces: The Irresistible Force of the German Army
Do you have the heart of a warrior? The most impressive, talented, and hard-charging collection of die-hard scenario warriors in the world can be found in the German Special Operations Command (GSOC). GSOC draws on the combined skill-sets of not only vast scenario paintball experience but real-world experience as well to field the most formidable force of elite scenario players the world has ever seen.
Outnumbered nearly two-to-one by their Allied Special Operations counterparts, the players of GSOC are truly a cut above the norm. Facing the titanic Allied Airborne Invasion on multiple fronts while simultaneously lending their hard-hitting striking power the the German Fortress Units they support, the battle awaiting the players of GSOC at Oklahoma D-Day is not simply "challenging" or "daunting" - it's epic.
Whether you join the 6th Fallschrimjagers, the enigmatic Geisterjagers, the hard-charging MEK, or the Kommandos, you can look forward to facing 2-to-1, 5-to-1, or even 10-to-1 odds while pounding ground over miles of rugged playing field, while facing enemies from all directions deep within your enemies own lines If this sounds like the perfect way to spend a day of playing paintball, then signing up with a German Special Forces Unit is going to be right up your alley.
The players of GSOC fight in every corner of D-Day Adventure Park's 800+ acre playing field. You will stand toe-to-toe against the very best the Allied Army has to send against you. If the mission sounds impossible, German High Command will call on YOU to accomplish it.
The unit pride, camaraderie, and esprit de corps
found among the German Special Forces Units is unparalleled at Oklahoma D-Day. From the leadership and direction brought to these units by active and former military service members to the dedicated, honorable players that fill the ranks - you will find no greater commitment to excellence on and off the field then among the German Special Operations Units at Oklahoma D-Day.
If you chose to join a German Special Operations Unit, you must be prepared to be on the field all day and to cover vast amounts of territory on foot over and over again. These units are not for the feint-of-heart. Good physical conditioning is a must, as is proper gear and equipment to endure a full day of hardcore play in the Oklahoma summer heat under some of the most grueling conditions imaginable.
*** NOTICE: You must be at least 15 Years Old by the time of D-Day 2009 to join one of these Units ***
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And remember as always - Whether you chose German or Allied, just get out there and play.
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Sgt Major, OK D-Day German Army