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Old 06-08-2014, 09:15 PM   #111 (permalink)
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0730 HRS Sunday Evening STAY ALERT

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Old 06-09-2014, 11:52 AM   #112 (permalink)
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Some reports from the net as well as the field.

Lucas McCamy
‎D-Day 327th GIR "Bastogne Bulldogs"

Good luck bull dogs. Ill be there in spirit. Well actually I'm
in the rain on the North Korean border, cold wet and tired.
What I meant to say is I wish I was at D-Day drinking beer
instead lol.

~~~~~
Mark Mcgrane

Celebrating with the CEF and several GERMAN players.




~~~~~
Dylan Stockman

Alright.. Anyone navigating to D-Day for the first time, don't
take 43 to spruce if that's what your device/instructions say
to do. Spruce is blocked. Must be a private road or something.
Live and learn.

~~~~~

Peggy Lierheimer
66800 East 175 Road, Wyandotte, OK The best route is do a
Google search for Indigo Sky Casino (on highway 60) and go
straight south from there on Cayuga Road till you see the
D-Day sign.
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Old 06-15-2014, 09:24 AM   #113 (permalink)
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Oklahoma D-Day follow up reports


Chris Neighbors


What do you eat after WINNING OKLAHOMA DDAY, and assaulting German held Colleville Church
and holding it while severely outnumbered and cut off for the second year in a row? Well Commander
Neighbors eats two pieces of pizza, mashed potatoes and gravy, carrots, steak, rolls, and cake... And
I got fed by Alex Abboud! LOL



J.t. Armenta shared a status update to the group Oklahoma D-Day
101st Pathfinders. Another D-Day down in the books with new stories and two of my favorite people.











Jeremiah D Pilon

Well, for the 4th year in a row, the Allies claim victory at Oklahoma
D-Day. Huzzah!


Christopher Gousset

VICTORY!




Tom Dransfield
Eureka Springs, AR

Surprised the family by coming home from D-Day 2014 this evening vs tomorrow so I can enjoy
Father's Day with them.

In honor of Father's Day I changed my profile picture to my dad. He's
been gone for 8 yrs., but think about him everyday.

Wishing everyone a Happy Father's Day


Tom The Alvarez

Another win for the Allies at Oklahoma D-Day. Took all our initial objectives
in about 40 minutes. 4 Rangers made the trip to the Med Tent, more played through injuries.
Fortunately we had no heat casualties. It was mostly busted knees, twisted ankles and profuse
bleeding

Well earned win and I'm proud of these crazy bastards!


Wayne Smith
Oklahoma D-Day 82nd Airborne/82nd Pathfinders

Great job 505 we will be back you guys rock!

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UTAH Beach (D-Day Adventure Park)






Yong Choi

Super fun games! Had blast in most literal sense (I got shot a lot). Also
had fun on speedball field as well playing pump. Don't forget, Rangers
lead the way!


Cam Farris

We had almost 1500 players registered. In my book, that's a great day
and the fighting went on all day. There was a lot of great back and forth
all the way until the final buzzer.


Daniel Moreno Jones

Indeed. It was a good year. Lets keep it up for next year and get the
game back the way it was, number wise.



Josh Morhardt

Congrats to the allied force in the victory. Wish I could of been there.


Kevin Dickey
Wyandotte, OK

Was a great game! Axis gave us a hell of a run for the money! My Rangers played there hearts out!
For the commanders and fellow players I don't get a chance to see it was a pleasure working this
game with you, packing the campsite up so can't get out there to shake hands but it was a joy!
See you all next year!


Tyler Lacovara
Crowder, OK
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I had a great week with all of you guys! I am really glad we ended up
staying, and stoked that I made such great friends this year. I am
looking forward to next year!


Austin Barry

Nicely played game today guys and gals, I forget the exact score the
ref said but allied won by roughly 190 points. First in, last out!!!!


Alex Klei
Cincinnati, OH

I know I didn't go this year but next year you can count on me!!


Jimmy Anglin

This may be one of the best days we've been too. What a great game
and so proud to have played with our team.


Zachary Cieslak
Hey everyone, had an amazing time this year; can't wait to be there
next year to kick some more Germans in the rear!

Jeff Lange
Zach, you were a tremendous addition to the 325 this year! Thanks
for all your help, glad you had a good time, and see you back next
year. Take care!


Eric Engler

To all the 101st players thank you for playing so hard and strong all
week, also thank you for the send off today, I know you will do great
things. CURRAHEE!!!!


Robert Horton

Allied Victory. We were in the South all day. Sword Beach, Caen, Pegasus Bridge, Coleville.
Epic Day. 101/327 kicked ***. Wish all of you could have been here and hope to have everyone
back next year. Expect some great pics and videos in the next few days.
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Old 06-16-2014, 02:46 PM   #114 (permalink)
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Congrats Allied!

ANOTHER fantastic D-Day this year! Minus the German's loosing of course

Hat's off to the Allies, you played great...especially to the 82nd AB who my 6th FJR and I personally battled with most of the day.

Can't wait till next year!!
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Old 06-20-2014, 07:13 AM   #115 (permalink)
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2014 D-Day Night Event

Here's a look at just one aspect of this event, the
Night Game.

Oklahoma DDAY 2014, Night Game - YouTube
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Old 06-20-2014, 04:57 PM   #116 (permalink)
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German Tank's Gun Footage

Main Gun footage from Das Buzzard. Communication
is key to staying alive on the field and even then you
can still get taken out.

Some breaks in the action occur during use of their AT
weapon.

[VIDEO]http://youtu.be/s45xzmmTCn4[/VIDEO]
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Old 06-27-2014, 12:21 AM   #117 (permalink)
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New MEK video, including footage from this year...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YIyPSbR2uO8
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The 1058th Marine Einsatzkommando, "The MEK," is a German special operations unit trained in direct assault and close quarters battle. While German High Command occasionally tasks MEK with other special operations roles, the unit has existed from the beginning to seize Allied strongpoints, recapture lost German assets, break Allied lines, and destroy Allied offensives. MEK marines take great pride in being the most aggressive unit on the field, in either army. Their focused, kamikaze-like assaults regularly mow through Allied units much larger than their own. MEK makes a great home for highly aggressive speedballers and woodsballers alike, as well as newer players wanting to develop their in-game aggression. Potential recruits should be aware that MEK's physical activity level is high, however, and that marines are usually exposed to intense levels of fire all day. Specifics of MEK's training and tasking are not discussed until marines are on site. Make contact with MEK at https://www.facebook.com/1058MEK
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Old 07-14-2014, 01:18 PM   #119 (permalink)
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Tulsa X-Factor return for 2015!

I'm proud to announce Tulsa X-Factor will be BACK in 2015 to play with Green Devils at Oklahoma D-Day!

Who else is in?
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