Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
 on: February 18, 2017, 04:09:20 pm 
Started by daddyo - Last post by dirtpro
I was sad there wasn't a winter fieldcraft weekend. As of february 7 i started a new job and am locked in Tulsa through the end of June and can't take more than a couple days off in a row until 2018.

 on: February 15, 2017, 07:56:16 am 
Started by tascabe - Last post by tascabe

We're pleased to announce our annual signature event, the spring airsoft field exercise at D-Day Adventure Park.

As usual, this is a 3 day long 24 hour per day immersive milsim event. You will move, sleep, eat and fight in the field, straight through from mid-morning Friday to lunchtime on Sunday.

Set in a fictitious environment to avoid the *that is not how they really did it* comments, CWG creates a military operating environment by modeling itself on snippets of fact drawn from real armies, conflicts, and countries. From the moment you arrive till the moment you leave, you are surrounded by and living the life of a light infantry soldier deployed in the field, fighting in a modern, low-intensity conflict.

You will choose to take part as a dragoon of the Ardean 23rd Frontier Guards, or an infantryman with the Kitoi 4th Expeditionary Protective Area Brigade. Each side has it's own specific options, requirements, advantages, and disadvantages, but you may find it easier to think that one side is OD green or Multicam and carries M4s, the other side wears Woodland and carries 7.62 battle rifles.
Who may participate?
Anyone who is 18 years of age or older on the first day of play, pays the fees, shows up on time, and abides by the rules and equipment requirements. All registration is first come, first served so sign up today!

How much does it cost?
The total event fee is $125. There are no hidden fees; though we offer certain things for sale they are optional. You will have to provide all your equipment, and even food, but we do supply BBs.

Where does it happen?
We are please to announce that King Rail 17 will again be held at D-Day Adventure Park in Wyandotte, Oklahoma. No doubt, there are a great many of you who have played at D-Day before. It is an amazing facility with a lot of really impressive infrastructure.

We will be operating on a 1000+ acre playing field with 45 miles of roads and trails. There are towns, an airfield, steep hills, green valleys, streams, ponds, and lots of space.

Many of you think you are familiar with D-Day from Swift Fox 16, any of several East Wind events or other airsoft games. But as with last spring's game, we intend to plan for something a bit different, and will use somewhat more challenging and different terrain than you may be used to.

Why non-stop?
CWG wanted to put together an immersive event, without the need to take a whole week off work or school. Many weekend games take a long time to get started, and pause at night, but we'll have it all set up when you arrive, and run the game straight through so we can squeeze the most out of a long weekend and still be practical.

By actually running for almost 3 days we maximize our field time and get the most value out of our weekend vacation time. By running through the night, we get to use skills that are rarely exercised, and those of us with night vision (or who rent it) get to fully use your equipment for a change.

If you cannot attend for the entire time, that's fine. Built into the schedule are two reinforcement times where new squads can enter play later. Let me tell you, the guys in the field will love fresh reinforcements! Its their chance to nap, and your chance to take up the slack on patrol
Why should I go to Operation King Rail 17?

You should come to a CWG event because you are looking for a challenge, an experience, a place to actually do all the things you trained so hard to master before this.

If you are looking for a full war gaming experience that can take your milsim preparations to the next level, sign up for Operation King Rail 17 today.

To sign up now, or read more about the event, visit:

 on: February 15, 2017, 07:51:34 am 
Started by daddyo - Last post by tascabe
Yeah - Facebook is a necessary evil.

Working on trying to keep up on forums too - but have not been overly successful.

We have been slacking on blog posts on our website too...

But info is posted there for events and the like

 on: February 14, 2017, 06:41:11 pm 
Started by daddyo - Last post by daddyo
I have a conference around the time of the April event this year, so I can't make this one. But I will keep an eye out for future stuff. I take it the majority of the info is on FB? I really hate the Facespace, but if need be I can make an second account strictly for Milsim stuff. Thanks

 on: February 13, 2017, 06:51:35 pm 
Started by daddyo - Last post by tascabe
Well we have the one coming up in April

After that we are trying to figure out our next move - this last Fall's event was not a great  turnout so not sure about that.

We are talking about a non-core CWG game  (meaning outside of our normal 'world' and armies)- but that is still in talks right now.

 on: February 13, 2017, 04:24:29 pm 
Started by daddyo - Last post by daddyo
Hello everyone, Well last year was an interesting year for me, but I'm finally getting to a point where I'm not quite so busy at work and home. I hope to start making a few Houston based events next month.

Are you guys still planning a fall event, or some field craft weekends? Ive been missing some milsim events with the community here. Hope to see you guys on the field soon.

 on: February 12, 2017, 12:51:42 pm 
Started by Mercy - Last post by eightball
Did a little traveling back in October for the honey moon.  remembered to bring an EW patch with me

An EW patch enjoying the armament at Tower of London

Finding spots of the original Roman wall that protected Londium

The Jeanie Johnston, a working tall ship and famine museum in Dublin, Ireland

Orienting our maps from the Guinness Storehouse

Churchill Museum in London, many many maps, phones, silenced typewrites

 on: January 30, 2017, 06:50:59 pm 
Started by Luke - Last post by Master Chef
Hey Luke, that G3 I bought from you is still going strong! Thanks again.

 on: January 26, 2017, 06:50:49 am 
Started by Luke - Last post by aswayze
Hey Luke,   

   Yup, I still check in on the place.  PM sent

 on: January 23, 2017, 02:59:24 pm 
Started by Luke - Last post by Luke
I have no idea whats going on, but I thought I would drop in to say hello! Miss this hobby greatly and I miss a great many of you!

--Allan, I dunno if you are on this board, but I have a book that belongs to you that I would love to return!

---Curious to know if there is any mil sim still going on around the mid west, may I join for a game someday?

----Would love to trade some gear (read A LOT of gear for a good FAL replica) or RS stuff if anyone would like to deal.

Hope I am not violating any rules here, admin: please relocate this thread to the proper place if I missed it.

Thanks for your time!

--Luke W. Borst, Salina, KS

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10