Thanks so much to the UCAP site and AGS organisers who presented me with by far the best event I have experienced so far!
Every moment was thrilling, all the way from the marching up the steep green slopes, through the chalky desert looking area to the compound, otherwise referred to as grenade central. Though the attack on the mountain stalled our advance (and a very admirable, dogged defense on the part of the Brits) we more than compensated when the brave troops of the GebirgsjÃ¤ger began a Blitzkrieg down the slope. The ensuing turkey shoot was most entertaining
Brilliant efforts put into the death scenes by Tommy, I take my hat (or rather helmet) off to you!
Things like that made it all the more immersive. I must say it felt like a Stalingrad scenario when we reached the buildings; concrete everywhere, stray bullets from unseen angles, close quarter struggles and explosions at every turn. Was exhilarating to say the least!
A big thanks also to my comrades, all of you were awesome and great company. Good stuff to the other members of the MG team, it was quite a hefty thing was it not?
Great sight indeed to see all those rounds fly at the enemy, whose mortars were so uncannily accurate
Look forward to seeing friends old and new in future events.