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Old 03-13-2013, 04:13 AM #316
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Old 03-13-2013, 03:41 PM #317
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325th GIR 82nd Airborne Division

Wanted to offer this interview and Q &A session to
help answer everyone's questions about the 325th
G.I.R./82nd Airborne Division..



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Old 03-13-2013, 11:01 PM #318
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We are recruiting now for the German 709th Infanterie Division on Utah Beach and want players who will bring their "A" game.
I am Bonedrag XO for the 709th German Infanterie Division on Utah Beach for Oklahoma DDAY 2013 and if you want some intense combat, this is the unit to sign up for.

The 709th is not for the faint of heart since our enemies attack us 360degrees.
Full frontal assault with rangers and airborne airdrops on our rear... Think that is enough?
Try this-the allies hit the beach with infantry and spec units but with armor as well.
So AT players are more than welcome.
The Allied side throws all they’ve got at us at game start and we fight hard all day.
So if you think you have what it takes to survive Utah Beach and take the battle to the allied horde join us now...

There are NO age restrictions or physical requirments for the 709th-we welcome everybody-and this is a great unit for those who are new or seasoned veteran scenario players.

Leave posts or PM me for any questions about gameplay, meetings, and campsite details.
We have a fantastic week of camping and the most intense combat situations.

So grow a pair and register for the 709th German Infanterie Dision.
Make sure to contact me when arriving at Oklahoma DDay 2013 for campsite and meeting details................Bonedrag [FLG] XO 709th Inf.
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Old 03-14-2013, 06:18 AM #319
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Rap-4 Mag Fed Event

I've just been informed that RAP-4 is going to be
sponsoring a MAG FED Only event on Thursday,
June 13th, as part of the lead up up to the main
D-Day event on Saturday the 15th. Check out
the poster then visit their site, or give the Bunker
a call for more details and answers to questions
you may have..

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Old 03-16-2013, 09:15 PM #320
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Old 03-17-2013, 07:13 AM #321
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1st Infantry Division

If you know your history then you know that
back in WW II the 1st Infantry Division took
part in the D-Day Invasion. They landed on
Omaha Beach and suffered heavy casualties.

At the Oklahoma D-Day Event players who
belong to the 1st Infantry Division also face
a significant challenge. They land via boat
at the bottom of a steep hill which is capped
by rows of trenches and concrete bunkers,
much like the real Omaha Beach was. Aided
by Rangers and the 238th Engineers, who've
first got to clear the way before the rest can
make their assault, this aspect of the event
represents some of the toughest play you
will ever find. Are you up for the push to
the top? If so, then the 1st Infantry.

Brian Cassell, with the 1st Infantry Division
put together this clip to help raise awareness
about both The Oklahoma D-Day Event as well
his own unit, the 1st Infantry Division.

Come and see if you've got what it takes to
make it to the top with Brian.

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Old 03-17-2013, 12:31 PM #322
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Do you like to sling paint? Do you like the thrill of facing nearly overwhelming odds? Do you enjoy CQB (Close Quarters Battle)? Would you like to be a part of the largest international paintball scenario team in the world?

Then come join the CEF at OK D-Day. The CEF is looking for troops, that aren’t afraid of a little paint in the face. The British 3rd Infantry Division, with support from the 13th/18th Royal Hussar tanks and the Royal Air Force fighters, will assault Sword Beach from their landing craft, then go on to liberate the city of Caen. Meanwhile, the British 6th AB will be in a desperate fight to secure Pegasus Bridge.

We have openings in all eight of the CEF units and you’ll be playing beside some of the best scenario paintball players from around the world. This is an experience of a lifetime and the CEF would like to help you enjoy it to the fullest.

All CEF uniform and clothing items are now taking preorders, so avoid the rush and get yours in now. The cutoff date for delivery to OK D-Day is May 5. Check us out at www.cefpaintball.com and take a look in the PX section.

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Old 03-18-2013, 10:41 AM #323
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502nd MP Detachment

I wanted to share this story with you because it
typifies the sort of bond that members of units in
this event develop. If you're looking for a tight,
small unit that sees lots of action as well as one
that knows how to have fun, sign up with the
502nd MPs.

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The Legend of Wheaties

On July 22, 1991, the Davis family (of humble origins and
modest means) was blessed with their second boy-child.
They named him Ben Cody (Davis that is).

As a young teenager, Ben became friends with a few
somewhat older boys who enjoyed the game of paintball.
Of course, Ben wanted to play paintball with them. These
new friends set him up with some hand-me-down equipment,
and included him in the group as often as they could. They
also tagged him with the moniker Wheaties. Why? We'll
never know.

In 2007 these friends found the paintball event known as
Oklahoma D-Day and made plans to attend. Wheaties could
not come up with the funds to go with them... for two years.
In 2009, after getting a co-op job through his high-school
and joining the Illinois Air National Guard, Wheaties had the
means to accompany his friends to D-day. By this time his
friends had formed a new D-Day unit known as the 502nd
Military Police Company, Wheaties joined them.

Toward the end of the big game, Wheaties and 2 other
members of the 502nd were just in the trees between the
top of Omaha Beach and the Colleville Church when Wheaties
suddenly shouted an expletive. The friends, of course,
wondered what was wrong. Wheaties held up his new Alpha
Black so the others could see... it was missing the barrel.
Dejected, Wheaties started to walk to the dead-zone, thinking
his day was over. One of the friends stopped him, "You still
have your grenades don't you? Here take mine as well." The
other friend gave his grenades over as well. "If we can get
you up to that berm by the road, can you get grenades into
the top of the church?" A plan was forming... The friends
would advance under their own cover fire with Wheaties
close behind (he was smaller then them) using them to
shield him, and they would all advance to the berm.

They took off running as fast as they could. The friends
firing as fast as possible. The opposing team in the church
began returning fire, the friends were hit and went down,
but Wheaties made it to the berm. As the friends were
walking of the field to the dead-zone, they watched Wheaties
throwing grenade after grenade.

On their way off the field, the friends met some members
of the 899th Tank Destroyer Battalion, The Blackcats. The
friends told them where they had left Wheaties and asked
them to look after him. These Blackcats found Wheaties
behind the berm where the MPs had left him, added him
to their group and together they all made a grenade charge
on the Colleville flag station.

Wheaties and the entire 502nd Military Police Company
(there were only 4 of them in 2009) were awarded the
Allied Army Bronze Star for this and other actions that year.

On September 15, 2009, just months after that glorious
day in Oklahoma, Ben Cody (Wheaties) Davis died as a
result of a tragic traffic accident that also claimed the life
of his girlfriend, Breanne.

In every D-Day game since, toward the end of the game,
in either Colleville or Caen, any and all available members
of the 502nd Military Police Company and the 899th Tank
Destroyer Battalion, using orange paint in the grenades and
flying an orange flag, make a grenade charge on the flag
station in memorial of our beloved Wheaties.

Rest in Peace, Brother.


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Old 03-18-2013, 10:47 PM #324
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None the less, enjoy your recruitment, I for one will not create a constant stream of information based around the German side at Oklahoma D-Day, I personally believe letting people choose on their own with the information provided and answering questions is the best choice. Not to pressure so many into joining the allied side when after the fact they come to our camps saying they wish they could reverse their side because the allies take things way to seriously when it comes to acting like soldiers.
Do you believe that announcing that you are not here to provide information on the German side, but you are here to answer questions, serves a greater purpose, instead of just answering a question? Your post really doesn’t add anything to the recruiting thread, except to suggest that your recruiting style (or lack thereof) is clearly the best choice. A definition: “Scenario paintball is not a specific game of paintball but a genre of paintball games where large groups of players compete for specific objectives, often simulating famous battles from history or from movies. Role playing is a large part of scenario paintball.” Folger, Not everyone wants to play the role of a soldier in a military scenario, nor should they be made to. The way you write it, makes me think you have something against other players that take their scenario game seriously. I will not allow you to take that part of the fun away from any player, whether they only want to play the role a little bit or go the whole nine yards. Likewise, I will not allow the role player to take away your right to play a more laid back style.
As far as players changing sides or units at any time, they absolutely can, but they should do it with respect. The CEF isn’t always a good fit for everyone, so we help these players find another home. First, they talk with their CEF unit commander. Second, they talk to the CEF Commanding Officer (Me). Third, I go talk to the other unit commander. Lastly, I take them to the registration booth and switch their registration and/or wristband. If needed, our guys will volunteer to move the player(s) to their new home, in order to minimize the time and energy to pack, move and unpack.
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Old 03-18-2013, 10:57 PM #325
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Oh, but Mal, you see the problem with balance is that it's completely a GERMAN problem. Anytime we speak about balance, the Allies' response is "rekruit mor!" Since, clearly, all balance issues are derived from recruiting we may, therefore, conclude that all balance issues result from a lack of initiative on the German side.
This is actually for MalReynolds, folger and Crazyharry.

Staticline had it right, when he wrote, "In reality, there are more active recruiters for the Allies than there are for the Germans.”

Believe me, the Allied and German commanders are acutely aware of “numbers balance” and both take great pains to work with the game staff to maintain the agreed upon ratio of 4 Germans to 5 Allied for this event. This ratio is controlled by the game staff and as far as I know, cannot be influenced by either side commander. The number of players that play in a minigame cannot be limited and the promoter cannot make other Allied units play as Germans. With the exception of OSL, the CEF is usually asked to play German in the minigames and most of the time, we do it. All factions (not just German) of any game are responsible for their recruiting. If the faction player balance is off, either the staff made a mistake in registration or that side did not recruit enough. While some people believe the economy to continue to be the culprit for low recruiting numbers, an increase of recruiting effort helps to offset this. Even with an economic downturn, the CEF has managed to average a 16% growth each year, for the last three years. At some events, the promoter can expect each faction to provide a certain recruiting effort, in order for the leader of that unit to maintain their position of leadership. They are counting on the reputation/success of that leader to bring in more players, which directly translates into an increase of revenue for the promoter. If a leader doesn’t recruit well, he/she can be replaced.
Am I to understand that the Germans aren’t allowed the same assets for the OSL beach assault as the Allies on Saturday? I was not aware of this and it definitely isn’t fair. Please write to me with the particulars, so I can approach the staff for clarification.
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:00 PM #326
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perhaps you would like to explain why we saw commonwealth guards standing at parade rest in front of the public latrines nearest their camp site?
Perhaps you would like to explain to me exactly what you thought you saw?

I doubt if you saw any CEF guarding portapotties. First, they were across the street from our camp, so there isn’t any reason to guard them. Second, they are portapotties, so there isn’t any reason to guard them, unless their unit was using that as some kind of initiation. That’s pretty nonviolent and kind of funny. I would suggest they were waiting in line to use them. We do keep a portapottie in camp. We rent it for our female members to use. And yes, if you have a question, please do ask. If you assume something, I can guarantee you will not be making an *** out of you and me, it will only be you.
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:05 PM #327
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Long story short, we remained on the field for most of the day, cleaning up the allies that remained on the field willing to give us a good fight. It's sad that the game was called early due to the allied players "victory", why couldn't we have more chances to score points with all the allied players on the field? I wish I knew.
I applaud you and others for remaining the rest of the day. I was part of the afternoon meeting at about 1:30ish PM with the game staff and German and Allied commanders. The game was not called off, but it was definitely over and everyone agreed to “reset” the game and continue play. There are a finite number of points available in this event. The truth is, by 1:30 PM, the entire Allied army could have walked off of the field and the Germans couldn’t have accumulated enough points to win. This decision was met with a huge amount of displeasure from both sides, so all future games will be played out to the end.
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:08 PM #328
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Here is what I think is one of the biggest problems with D-Day and its really not the games fault but living legends is so close to the game and so many companies have dished out money to that game and CPX. That players make a choice go to LL or go to D-Day. I couldn't afford to play both and its the same for a lot of others. I want to go play LL some day and if D-Day is as bad for me this year as next then I will probably go try that game. Just my thought I haven't seen anyone say it.
D-Day was first and Dewayne set the date around June 6. Several years ago, we convinced him to move the game to the second full week in June, in order to have more school aged players come out. LL came later and was immediately in direct competition with D-Day. I would like to someday go to it, but I can’t do both, either. There have been plenty of people who have said it and plenty of people who go to LL, instead of D-Day.
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Old 03-18-2013, 11:21 PM #329
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It's my argument that the road isn't a part of their campsite. They have closed it down because a couple of their members choose to camp in what should be a parking area next to the telephone pole. Keep in mind that the road next to the helipad is shut down as well. This causes problems for Germans that camp in the south west side of the camping area every year. You guys don't care about it, despite our complaints, because it causes problems for Germans, not Allies. IMO, any unit that includes a road as part of their "home" is mistaken, and going out of their way to start a conflict.

Here's what happened, Daniel's (my Sgt. Major) wife didn't know how to exit the campground, so he road with her to the bathrooms. When he got out, he realized that he didn't have any shoes on. He didn't want to walk on the gravel road, for obvious reasons, instead he elected to walk on the dirt road (where he SHOULD be able to walk, regardless). A member of CW approached him with a flashlight, he told them who he was, why he wanted to walk down the road, what unit he was with, offered to be escorted down the road... the guard called for a couple buddies, who came over yelled and threatened him. He eventually, relented, and took the painful walk down the gravel road. I'm sure you know about this incident, because we ran it up the flag pole, and accusing him of wrong doing despite knowledge of what really happened is pretty low.

That's hardly, an example of our "shenanigans."

We have people walking into our camp, unannounced, all the time. We are a friendly bunch, and not only do we not mind, but we encourage it. As for what would happen if YOU, specifically, came into our camp. We would offer you a beer, if you didn't have one, we wouldn't be, particularly, friendly, but we wouldn't threaten you. If you were there to have fun, then we would warm up to you. If you were there to debate, I would be happy to lock horns with you. If you were there to insult us, we would be happy to trade them with you as well. You seem to carry a certain amount of baggage, as this thread has made obvious, so your appearance may not be as, immediately, welcomed as Spike's, for example, but regardless, we wouldn't threaten you.
The CEF does not close the road down. The staff at DDAP do it to keep down the dust kicked up by passing vehicles and to prevent driveby/walkby theft. Two years ago, there wasn’t even a good dirt road in that place. There were two large dirt mounds at the entrance, some stadium bleachers near the concrete conduits and DDAP parked vehicles and all of the CEF tanks parked along the concrete conduits. The road really became a dirt road, when the mud pit was closed for good. Access was great, but it quickly became a dust machine from vehicle travel and the dust bothered everyone. The helicopter didn’t help much, either. The amount of dust people were breathing was unhealthy and the number of eye injuries from dirt went up. At the end of that D-Day, some of our European players found several thousand dollars of equipment missing. That wouldn’t take much, because paintball equipment in UK is three times more expensive than here. Since we couldn’t prove who took the equipment and there was the dust problem, the staff agreed to close the road to (hopefully) eliminate the people passing through and to minimize vehicle dust carried by the wind. The D-Day rules state that each camp is private property for the event, in two places. It is also mentioned in the safety video. After asking the first 30 or 40 people to turn around, because this isn’t a throughway, some people get a bit testy. I’m one of them. I would expect anyone to get a bit irate from people who don’t care to read the rules as written and show a bit of respect for the people in that camp. Some of our players fly as many as 4600 miles from Europe and 8900 miles from Australia. As a paintball community, I would think we would all be a bit concerned with the theft and health situation of our international guests and not whether we had to walk a few more steps. In essence, you are stating you don’t care too much about your fellow paintball players. That’s pretty sad. These folks value their safety, security and health and so do I. As it is, because some of our players don’t feel safe or healthy in camp, we’ve had about 50 CEF members choose to stay in Europe to play. This has a direct impact on Dewayne’s event revenue for about $10K. While most of the German players would walk down the dirt road and not bother anyone, there were the occasional people walking around the tents, who were obviously looking around. We call that “shopping” and no one can make a good reason for anyone not CEF to be around the tents. So, everyone gets approached and they are absolutely told to leave the way they came. If you can come up with a better idea, I will be more than happy to explore it with you. Please write back by PM or email, so as to not clutter up this thread anymore.
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This is actually for MalReynolds, folger and Am I to understand that the Germans aren’t allowed the same assets for the OSL beach assault as the Allies on Saturday? I was not aware of this and it definitely isn’t fair. Please write to me with the particulars, so I can approach the staff for clarification.
This is trivially true, aside from the fact that you guys aren't outnumbered on that beach, our tank wasn't allowed anywhere near it (nor was any other), for example.
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Please write back by PM or email, so as to not clutter up this thread anymore.
I'll respect your wishes, and send you a PM soon.

I will also state for the record that the only violent or aggressive behavior any of my guys have been confronted with off the field has been from the CEF. I, definitely, do not want to give the impression that it's a problem with the Allies as a whole.
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Perhaps you would like to explain to me exactly what you thought you saw?
I saw CEF personnel standing at parade rest outside the port-o-potties across the street from your camping unit.

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I doubt if you saw any CEF guarding portapotties. First, they were across the street from our camp, so there isn’t any reason to guard them. Second, they are portapotties, so there isn’t any reason to guard them, unless their unit was using that as some kind of initiation. That’s pretty nonviolent and kind of funny. I would suggest they were waiting in line to use them. We do keep a portapottie in camp. We rent it for our female members to use. And yes, if you have a question, please do ask. If you assume something, I can guarantee you will not be making an *** out of you and me, it will only be you.
You guys make ***** out of yourselves off the field just fine without my aid, thank you very much.

I don't care if you guys make new recruits or people misbehaving stand at parade rest outside of the toilets or not, I was just, simply making the observation that your sense of "fun" (standing at parade rest outside of a port-o-potty) seemed to be in conflict with the shenanigans that Dorsai was promising. If standing at parade rest out side of port-o-potties, having bunk inspections, forcing people to buy your merchandise, not allowing grunts to do flag pulls (reserving that privilege for brass) is your idea of "fun," then that's fine with me. You guys should own it, however, and not do a bait and switch for new recruits.
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Harley,

The rules actually state no one is to go into a "camp site" that is not theirs unless the camper is present or the player is invited. You also have to admit that there have been quite a few discussions that some CEF have been over zealous in the application of this rule.

However, I have found over the years that the vast majority of the CEF have been great Chaps, although slightly "odd" from an American perspective, lol. The hazing or initiations are what they are. Troy, you must admit that the GJ's do have a different taste....duct tape and "hair cuts" comes to mind.

How about we leave it up to the players to decide what kind of experience they want...."free wheeling, devil-may-care or a little more structured....it's all good....come to D-Day to have fun!
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Old 03-19-2013, 11:14 AM #334
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Old 03-19-2013, 11:18 AM #336
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