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Old 02-02-2013, 06:38 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Operation sea lion

Back in WW II, not long after the Germans overran France and the
rest of Western Europe they looked across the English Channel and
set their sights on one last holdout, England. The plan was simple,
bomb the country into submission then launch a seaborn invasion.
That plan was called 'Operation Sea Lion.' The thing is they never
launched that invasion and the following clip shows why.

Out at D-Day they flip-flop everyone's roles during one of the mini
events. Instead of the allies attacking they let them defend and
it's the Germans who get tasked with taking the beach. Of course
after all the pounding the Allies have taken over all the years who
wouldn't want to pass up a chance for some payback and so lets
face it, it takes a lot of guts to face a crowd like that so I tip
my hat to those Germans who had the guts to even try. Maybe
2013 is the year they'll come up with more players and a better
plan and pull off a win. That'd sure send a message and also be
something to see.

Here's a music video featuring some footage of last year's 'Operation
Sea Lion.'

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Oklahoma DDay 2012 Operation Sea Lion Music Video - YouTube
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Old 02-06-2013, 08:37 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Want to see what playing with members of the 82nd Airborne
Division from D-Day is like, then join them for this event-

‎82nd AB and the Drifters PB team are heading to this scenario
on March, 16th for their first game of 2013, 'Road to Stalingrad,'
being held at Adventure Zone Paintball, Guthrie, KS.

The event is $25 and paint prices are $45, $55 and $65. We will
be rolling as Americans and Team Bad Juju, out of Kansas will be
generaling our side. They played with us at Red Dawn in October
and they were the crazy ones that carried our mobile respawn to
the middle of the bridge... Lets rally out there around 8AM.

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Old 02-08-2013, 02:47 PM   #33 (permalink)
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This will be my third year running with the 6th. Iíve played allied and German and if youíre looking for a group that plays honorable, organized and aggressive paintball then this is the unit for you. The purpose of this unit on game day is to be used as a reactionary unit. Because of the extreme nature of our tasks, to play with this unit means you will be tested physically and mentally. We are not sitting back and playing long ball. You will frequent the dead box and have a great time doing so.

Whether youíre a scenario or speedball player, whether you come alone or as part of a team you should consider joining in the 6th FJR.
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:16 AM   #34 (permalink)
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6th FJR Chopper Flight

Speaking of the German's 6th FJR, here's a look at what
D-Day looked like from the air when several members of
that unit took a helicopter flight last year.



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Oklahoma D-Day 2012 helicopter ride, 6th FJR - YouTube


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Old 02-12-2013, 06:21 AM   #35 (permalink)
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82nd Airborne Division

My group has all played 82nd AB 325th from our first D-Day.
I will tell you this though, the one thing that makes D-Day
so different is the heat and duration of the game. There are
no breaks in the game on the main Saturday game. Make sure
and I mean everything in your power to be in the best shape
for the game you can be.

if you're from Texas you know what heat is but I'm from Tulsa
and lived here my whole life, my first year i nearly died. literally
and im not in bad shape just unprepared. carry only what you
need and dress cool, with plenty of water. very important to
have a hydration system.other than that the game is the best
I've ever been in and there is nothing like playing on 1,000
acres with a few thousand players fighting all over it at the
same time. in the 82nd you will get to see most of the field,
we travel a lot and fight very hard. join us and you wont regret
it. 325th is the greatest bunch you could play with.


2010 82nd Airborne, 325th G.I.R, sierra company

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2012 82nd Airborne, 325th G.I.R, sierra company

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Old 02-14-2013, 12:44 PM   #36 (permalink)
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508th PIR




Join the 508th PIR 82nd Airborne--Fury from the Sky!



The 508th PIR of the 82nd airborne is a new regiment for the 2013 DDAY.
The team that have been chosen to run it, Armor Up Paintball, are a great
group of guys. This group of guys have been in the front lines the past 3
D-DAY events and were a force to be reckoned with, we intend to be on
the front lines and in the thick of "battle" again this year and every year
we attend. Our main goal is to have fun at these events not so much the
marching and "military" part. With that said though we play serious and
definitely want to win. If you need a regiment to join and want to have
fun send me a note and I'll give you more info and put you in the 508th
PIR Facebook group so you can get to know everyone before the games
start.

Looking forward to meeting you and defeating the Germans again this
year!
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Have you checked out their Facebook
page, or their website/forum yet? If
you haven't and need help with the
links, just let me know and welcome
to the Maroon Goons as they like to
be called.
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Old 02-15-2013, 02:04 PM   #39 (permalink)
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Are you still recruiting sniper teams? Now that first strikes are permitted I might be interested in making the event.
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Old 02-15-2013, 02:14 PM   #40 (permalink)
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I think that is still pending, though it should be allowed starting this year. Probably the same difference but I'll keep waiting until it's officially official (if that makes sense).
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