So some really good news out of The Bunker. The caps
for each unit is removed, which is absolutely wonderful
news. I was extremely worried that we would cap and
everyone that was going to be coming back this year
wouldn't have a spot. The thing is, between all the regulars,
the new recruits that we get, I was expecting an all time
high. last year our unit almost maxed and numbers were
down across the field, so for me, this is absolutely fabulous
Come fight with the 'Dogs of War,' I can guarantee the last
3 years we have been preparing for the fight for this D-Day.
Our tactics, our members, our numbers...no unit at D-Day
can go toe to toe. I say this with conviction because our unit
has the largest number of veteran D-Day'ers, we have one
of the large previous military experience presence, special
forces included, a hundred years of paintball experience in
the command ranks alone, and we fight together like family.
Not to mention our camp is ran by one of the best cooks,
our Mom, Dee. She takes care of us, and makes sure we are
fed, hydrated, and taken care of. If you can handle it, join
~ Welcome to The Valley of Death ~
Quite a few of these 914 guys are from Illinois. We (team 502MPs)
run into them frequently at paintball events around the state. They
are stand-up paintballers, they play hard and honorably. Tom, Hokori
on these forums, was the XO for the side we joined at one such event.
He did an awesome job. I would play alongside or against them!
2007 -- 4th ID comms
2008 - 2012 -- CO 502 MPs
MP's on Facebook
It is that time of year when folks begin to plan their paintball
season for the upcoming year. There are a lot of tournament
and scenario options out there, but there is one option that
rises above the rest. There is only option that lets you play
with thousands of other players. There is only one option where
some of the biggest names in the paintball industry set up
shop. There is only one option that offers an entire week of
some of the most intense paintball you will ever play. There
is only option that plays itself out on a 1000 acre field with
some of the most epic battles you will ever experience. There
is only one OKLAHOMA D-DAY!
If you are able to make it to Wyandotte for the biggest scenario
in paintball then let me be the first to say WELCOME. You are
guranteed to have the absolute time of your life. However, you
probably have a lot of questions – those questions probably
begin with 'What side and unit should I play for?'.
Let me suggest...err...encourage you to play on the German
side with the 914th Grenadier Infantrie.
-With the 914th, you'll be playing heavily out-manned (plenty
of targets!) and with your back against the wall.
-You'll be responsible for containing the enemy horde in what
we affectionately call the 'Valley of Death.' And boy does it earn
-You'll be fighting in the shade provided by the tree canopy and
the paint flying over head!
-The 914th is involved in some of the most brutal battles at
-The 914th is led by experienced leadership who know and
understand how to play the Valley.
-The 914th is a close-knit group that looks out for each other.
Why do players keep coming back to the 914th year after year?
It's the brotherhood of paint forged at the unit camp site and
tested on the field of paint.
-The 914th will welcome you with open arms and make you an
integral part of a unit that is critical to the German war plan.
There are 101+ reasons to join the 914th GIR. If you have any
questions at all then please feel free to contact me, and I will
answer any questions you may have.
See you in the middle!