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 on: October 27, 2018, 05:37:31 am 
Started by Wedge - Last post by Mordarski J.A.
I can only speak for myself, but I'm sure I'm not alone when I say that I keep getting the EW itch, and no trip to DDAP to scratch said itch  Wink

I'll have to add you on FB, so another EW vet is kept in touch.  I'm still hoping that one day soon we'll see a return of EW in most of it's glory, although I'll settle for an "After M*A*S*H" version if we have to  Tongue

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 on: October 12, 2018, 06:23:34 pm 
Started by RedDivideActual - Last post by RedDivideActual
Building on the legacy of Operation East Wind, the team at Southern Front Events is proud to announce the triumphal return of force-on-force Cold War reenacting to the US. The Red Divide series, now in its third year, is set to raise the bar on Cold War tacticals, and we want YOU to join us. With high authenticity and a focus on an immersive experience, the next Red Divide event will take place on April 5-7, 2019 in Raeford, NC at a special forces training facility rented out exclusively for Red Divide.

With the Cold War having turned hot in a crumbling Yugoslavia of 1986, Nato and Warpac forces are on a collision course that threatens to engulf the whole of Europe. With two successful events to date, we are very excited to invite you all to join us as we bring Cold War tacticals back in a big way.

All interested parties are welcome to join existing units or, with 5 or more people, field a unit of their own. Existing units include:
NATO -
2/505 PIR 82nd Airborne (USA) - https://www.facebook.com/events/2145918762355887/
Bundeswehr
British Royal Marines

WARPAC -
345th VDV
National Volksarmee

Those that bring a period accurate vehicle are strongly welcomed and will have registration fees waived and food provided on this op.

Please contact me directly: christopherhansfordindc@gmail.com or check out our event website at: https://thereddivideseries.weebly.com/

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 on: October 10, 2018, 04:16:30 pm 
Started by Wedge - Last post by Wedge
I was just sitting around on a break for a training I'm at and got to thinking about my time playing airsoft at KCAA and OP: Eastwind. For those that remember me, I just wanted to say thank you for the good times and for being the positive influences you were on my eventual time in the military and on to my current career in Law Enforcement.

Particular thanks to Swayze for your mentorship and to Misha for your huge personality and making Eastwind so much more immeesive and entertaining.

Feel free to look me up on Facebook: Doug Cathey

I hope you are all doing well.

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 on: September 14, 2018, 08:00:06 am 
Started by Mercy - Last post by Shtirlitz
Darn, I usually carry the patch with me when I go places, but forget to take pics...

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 on: September 14, 2018, 07:54:06 am 
Started by Mercy - Last post by Shtirlitz
I really like this design. Would definitely get a shirt or two if we go with this.

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 on: September 13, 2018, 05:27:15 pm 
Started by Mercy - Last post by Master Chef
Had done a whole pisspot full of these, but never got around to posting them. Here is one I just happened across again from the MSW event in Ferguson, Mo a few years back. The boots to the right belong to Mr. Ready himself.





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 on: September 03, 2018, 07:36:07 pm 
Started by Mercy - Last post by Stagg
I'm also checking in on my bi-annual Eastwind update.

Cody, that design is spot on.

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 on: September 02, 2018, 12:22:52 pm 
Started by Mercy - Last post by Master Chef
My thought process there was sorta fourfold - first, keep it vague enough that each participant sees what they experienced, and gets what they want out of it. Second, a rifleman in profile is a rifleman in profile, even if we know who they are based on. Third, black on light and medium colors keeps cost down and prevents a shirt from getting flashy. Lastly, I liked the concept of a patrol of two or three stepping off into the unknown - one last trail to run, one last patrol to make, one last border to secure, one last war to win. Though our once tight-knit community has largely splintered off into the four winds, these guys, each of us in memory, still patrol under a bracing Eastern Wind.

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 on: August 22, 2018, 03:42:11 pm 
Started by aswayze - Last post by Mordarski J.A.
I like your original planning Al, and I think five six years after the original post they still stand up.  Yes, the challenge would be who has vehicles and who can get the time off, but we all have passenger seats, so even those without vehicles could make the trip.  Hell, if the vehicle owners are comfortable with it, they could be co-driver's too!

So....assuming the trails in the San Juan Mountains are still open to military vehicles only....convoy 2019?  Cheesy

And it might not be a bad idea to start listing out who has what for vehicles, and maybe radios too, so we know how many seats are available.

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 on: August 21, 2018, 08:56:54 am 
Started by aswayze - Last post by Shtirlitz
It would need planning, but I do have an Adventure bike now. I suppose it would go anywhere where a Mutt can go. Might be an interesting trip Smiley

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