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Thank you and Photos :)

Postby TheChef » Mon Jan 27, 2020 12:56 pm

Thanks again to Chris for organising another great days Airsoft, it's been 2 years since I last played this January game and it feels like body has aged 10 years in that time with all the aches and pains today :shock: . Also thanks to Lutz and the rest of my Zug for some great game play although we didn't meet much opposition for much of the day :) , so also thanks to the allies who held up well against overwhelming opposition :good:
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Re: Thank you

Postby cjw957 » Mon Jan 27, 2020 1:44 pm

well I was broken last night, the average we walked last 2 games was 10.5 and 11k yesterday was close to 17k and in lots of mud and was dead all night lol

as I said to lots yesterday my squad had only two settings for most of the day, surrounded or dead lol, we did not do 1 mission with zero contact for a change we just seemed to find German zugs all over

Some epic little scraps and think we held our own in a lot of fights but had a great day but so much mud - it's like it tried to match the story with the rain and mud :rofl:

Did not have any moans or groans come to my attention so for me that makes a great day :good: :good: :good:
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Re: Thank you

Postby MartinR » Mon Jan 27, 2020 1:55 pm

Thanks for a great day out, I am also aching all over today. I think slogging through all that mud was quite hard work.

High points were actually managing to take The Prison right under the noses of the Germans, and our epic defence of the Tower line. We also got competely obliterated on any number of occasions, including twice on our pistol mission, as German zugs were patrolling right at both exits from the bases. Oops. We did get to wear our very stylish rain capes though.

Many thanks to Chris for organising it, and long suffering soldiers of British 3 section.
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Re: Thank you

Postby MartinR » Tue Jan 28, 2020 6:42 am

I've just realised that was my 60th WW2 game, so double thanks.
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Re: Thank you and Photos :)

Postby Luiluei » Tue Jan 28, 2020 12:55 pm

I had a real great day although I only fired one mag . I guess as squad leader I was more doing admin tasks and let the squaddies do the fighting. ...although did get hit quite a few times. How does that work?
We managed to succeed on all mission except for one where we had to bring the agent home (me) . After having to avoid enemies everywhere and my squad sacrificing themselves for me, I was killed by friendly 30m from base camp :slap:
Allies did a splendid job keeping us on our toes. Thanks Chris for putting up another great game. Thanks to my fellow squad Kameraden for good squad action.
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Re: Thank you and Photos :)

Postby Dada Phlott » Wed Jan 29, 2020 8:42 pm

Great day, loved the mud.... need another very soon........are there any photos and is there a link?
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