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« on: April 26, 2016, 01:30:00 pm »

We are pleased to announce Central War Gaming's next milsim event.






OPERATION LEAST WEASEL 16

October 7-9, 2016
Operation Least Weasel 16 as a 3 day long 24 hour per day immersive milsim event, you are in the field from start to finish. 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.

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.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST?
The total event fee is $125. Registration closes 12 Septemebr 2016.
** QUICK! Pay before May 31st for a $25 discount! **

WHERE IS OPERATION LEAST WEASEL 16 BEING HELD?
Least Weasel 16 will be held on a private location near Osage Beach, MO.  This location will provide for different environment than Swift Fox 16 to give attendees an experience of a different part of the "Central Grafsten Highlands" that is the focal point of the CWG storyline.

WHY 3 DAYS?
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 (or spring break for you guys in school).
If you cannot attend for the entire time, that's fine. Built into the schedule are two reinforcement times where replacement troops 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 LEAST WEASEL 16?
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 Least Weasel 16 today.

WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO KNOW?
Central War Games offers challenges unrelated to most airsoft events. Sure there's shooting and throwing grenades, but we will do lot more than that.
* Tactics are immersive as well. You want to shoot someone? First you have to find them, and there are no scripted battles. If they don't want to be found, that might be hard. You will need to work as a team, follow orders, employ all the information you are given, and use all your skills to be successful.
* We work as a team. You will be assigned to a squad, within a few weeks of paying. You will do everything from then on through your chain of command. Questions? First, ask your squad leader.
* We need your special gear and skills. Radio operators, machine gunners, infantry leaders? If you have experience, skills (and equipment) we can put you to work where you best fit.
* We are light infantry. Break in your boots and make sure you can carry a rucksack with everything you want to carry for a weekend, soon.
* Got a military vehicle? We'll all be happy to take a ride sometimes. Talk to us about it, and if authentic (no plywood armor, please) we'd love to have it there.
Worried about any of this? It's probably not as difficult as you'd think. Your squad, and the whole community will help you whenever we can.


WERE THERE PREVIOUS CWG EVENTS?
Operation Swift Fox 16 (1-3 April, 2016) was CWG's first event as an entity and it proved to be very successful. Even as a success there are areas to improve and CWG has been soliciting feedback from attendees and doing internal AARs to identify improvements and taking action on those. http://centralwargaming.blogspot.com/2016/04/event-reviews-for-swift-fox-16.html
Operation Least Weasel 16 is a continuation of the CWG core story line. It will be set in a different sector of the Central Grafsten Highlands during the Annual Fall offensive in the ongoing low-intensity regional dispute. Once again the forces of Adrea and Kitoy will take actions to get a stronger position before the winter sets in and halts operations.

To see pictures of Operation Swift Fox 16 visit our Blog  http://centralwargaming.blogspot.com/2016/04/photos-from-swift-fox-16.html

SIGN ME UP!
If you would like more information about Operation Least Weasel 16, and Central War Gaming (CWG) visit the website at: http://centralwar.com/
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« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2016, 01:50:46 pm »

And there are early bird discounts for registration too!




Register for Operation Least Weasel 16 by 31 May, 2016 and pay only $100! Spend that $25 you save on some cool gear or grenades if you want.

Even if you miss the 31 May cutoff you can still save $15 if you register before July 31st.

After that it is the full price of $125 until registration closes on 12 September, 2016.

We value those that plan ahead and we are showing this by saving you some money.
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« Reply #2 on: May 04, 2016, 07:02:34 am »

Nice. Gonna try to register soon.

So what is the size of the AO this time?
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« Reply #3 on: May 04, 2016, 03:06:26 pm »

The normal portion of the property is 220-ish acres.  About the size of what we played in SF..... but there is another 600 acres if we really feel the need to roam!
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« Reply #4 on: May 05, 2016, 07:14:12 am »

The normal portion of the property is 220-ish acres.  About the size of what we played in SF..... but there is another 600 acres if we really feel the need to roam!


So only a small portion of D-Day Park was used at SF? Cause I thought that place is over 1000 acres...
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« Reply #5 on: May 05, 2016, 12:15:52 pm »


So only a small portion of D-Day Park was used at SF? Cause I thought that place is over 1000 acres...


Yes - we used the 210 Valley plus a little more - not the whole thing.  We had it to use but did not need to maneuver out that far for SF16.
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« Reply #6 on: May 06, 2016, 05:04:14 am »

It felt pretty big, especially without lots of trucks.
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« Reply #7 on: May 06, 2016, 05:44:55 am »

I heard no complaints about the size of the AO, it worked well for the size.  I like the rule changes so far. Especially the bleedout clock stopping and starting over when being moved.
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« Reply #8 on: July 22, 2016, 09:54:53 am »

Just a friendly reminder that just over a week left to save some money on your Registration


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« Reply #9 on: July 24, 2016, 02:40:20 pm »

I'm signed up.
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« Reply #10 on: July 25, 2016, 08:13:11 am »

Signed up for Ardea Smiley
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