OP: Maple Leaf 2

Sign Ups and More info:
http://deltasevenairsoft.com/forum/discussion/349/operation-maple-leaf-2

After losing their supply line from Taliban forces, a remote Canadian supply outpost has been isolated.  The outpost is running low on ammo after many days of hard fighting.  They are in danger of being overrun by the local Taliban forces.

Before losing radio contact, the Canadian outpost requested evacuation of themselves and sensitive information they are in possession of.  A U.S. Special Forces team already in the area has been dispatched via convey to a nearby area.

The U.S. SF team must link up with the Canadians, secure the outpost, and evacuate all personnel before the outpost is completely overrun.

There is a large Taliban contingent in the area, and their numbers are growing by the day.  This operation must be swift and forceful to be successful.

About the OP:

  • Canadian and US forces will be wearing light colored (ACU, ABU, DCU, and Desert Marpat)
  • OPFor will be wearing Taliban attire (no light colored camo.  woodland and dark colors are ok)
  • There will be on site battery charging
  • No bb’s for sale on site
  • Bring lots of water and a lunch
  • Full sealed eye pro required
  • 400 FPS limit
  • Bring a deadrag

 

 

OP: Maple Leaf


At 2005 hours zulu time, a small contigent of Taliban rebels have made their way into the area. It is believed that Taliban forces will be attempting to cut off supply lines to Nato forces in the area, and launch small arms and mortar attacks.

Enemy:
U.S. Army intel reports that Mullah Abdulla Hakim is leading a small militia from across the Pakinstan border. Hakim has setup an operating post allowing the Taliban to call in mortar strikes.

Friendly:
Be aware that there are many nomads and shepherds in the area. This will make it harder when engaging the enemy. These sheperds may be able to provide intel on Hakim’s whereabouts.

Mission:
A small multi-branch U.S. special forces unit will be sending a 6-8 man team on a patrol of the area. They must secure any Taliban weapons, communications, and intelligence. Attempt capture on high ranking Taliban fighters, including Hakim. A Canadian led patrol was last sighted in the area, but has not been in contact for 12 hours.

Details:
May 16, 2010. Report to the field at 1030 hours. Play starts at 1115 hours, so be on time. The playing field is the gravel pit at Endor.  Check the forums for directions if you haven’t been there.  It’s about 45 minutes west of Port Angeles.

Print a waiver, fill it out, and bring it to the field the day of the OP.

There is no charge, and is a play at your own risk event.

Camo Requirements:
US: DCU or ACU
Canadian: Woodland or Multicam
OPFOR: Taliban impressions, no full DCU, ACU, Woodland, or Multicam. Mismatch camo is ok, see our OPFOR impression guide.

For more information, and to sign up, go to our forums.

November 1st, General Scrimmige Day

On Sunday November 1st there will be a few of us playing out at Whiskey Creek. This will be more of an informal game play day with just general scenerio based play to have some fun. We will start play some time around 11 am; end time will be up to the players, probably around 2 or 3.

For those of you who have not been out to the Whiskey Creek site it is located at the end of Gossett Rd, west of Joyce about 5 min. Drive to the end of Gossett Rd, and turn right just past a lumber mill on the hill (also to your right). You will be on a fairly rough road, and some cars have a hard time from here, so if you want to park at the pull off that is fine. Walk or drive down the straight gravel road just to the left past the mill to my white Jeep and you’ll see a road leading up in to the woods on your left. If your driving park off the road to the left (there should be other cars there to guide you) Follow the road up, staying to the left at any intersection. Most likely you will see the smoke from my fire and that is where we will be playing. We have one larger bunker built, one in the making, and some fox holes in place. The site is 20 acres of forested land, with another 20 acres adjacent to it we can use as well. I suggest BDU’s or other forest type camo. ACU, DCU, and other tan camos will stick out like sore thumbs

Everyone is welcome and encouraged to come, but we do ask you pick up your garbage (including cigarett butts) when you leave. Most things can just go in the fire. Remember this is private property the owner is letting us use free of charge. If you want to bring hot dogs or something to cook or heat over the fire feel free.

If you have questions email me at: lbrown_prez1619cd@yahoo.com, or call me at 452 – 5931. Of course you can leave a comment here, and any D7 member attending can answer your question.

Sunday Training/Play

Sunday. 11.30am. Whiskey Creek(Luke’s place). We will be doing some fireteam training and then some putting it into practice via games. Be prepared to be on your fireteam for the day and fight other D7 operators. Try to meet at the field at 11.30. Carpooling is best, and remember that the road at the end will have some small logs on it(don’t bring a sports car).

Feel free to bring recruits, but this is not an open game. This is for D7 and future operators to get a feel for working in our fireteams.

I hope to see everyone there, this should be some good airsoft and good training.

Operation Distant Thunder: October 4, 2009

It is time to start mustering up and dividing out personnel for this operation (see entry below for details.)

If you are interested on playing on a particular team, or running in a particular role, please respond. Also, if you have a non Delta Seven player you will be bringing along that day, enter them in as potential OPFOR.

OPFOR will muster for briefing and move out at 1000, we will be entering the play area NO LATER THAN 1030. Make sure your equipment is prepped and ready to go within that time hack.

For OPFOR related questions, contact Brude at (360)670-8026. Text works best.

Teams:

Delta Seven:

Commander: Kenneth

NCOIC: Jack

Sniper: Colin

Spotter:

Demolitions: Karl

Gunner: Ken

Assistant Gunner:

Grenadier:

Rifleman: Luke Brown

 

Downed Pilots:

Pilot: Michael K

Navigator: Parker S

 

Taliban:

Commander: Brude

SAM Operator:

Radar Array Operator:

Commmunications Array Technician:

Patrol Leader 1: Mark P

Patrol Leader 2: Tim R

Observer 1:

Observer 2:

Command Post Security Officer:

Field Props

In the quest to improve airsoft in the Port Angeles area I have begun to research ideas for field props. Things that turn a boring old wooded area into an enemy compound with objectives that need to be met. Finding ideas however is not always that easy. So I have made a small photo compilation of other fields to see what they are doing to make airsoft better for all you MILSIM enthusiast. If you have any ideas that would help better our sport let us know.

Rocket launcher

Rocket launcher

Wooden Land mines

Wooden Land mines

Huey body

Huey body

IC_forces_01

Bunker

Satcomm dish

Satcomm dish

Nuke in a Box

Nuke in a Box


IMG_1545b

Missiles

launch controler

launch controler


New Field

We have a new field located in the Joyce area. This is a private field, which means that in the future we will start hosting events there. Signing of waivers will be required prior to play. The field itself is about 20 acres that consists of roads, woodland, and some open fields. We are going to start work on this field in the next month, which involves clean up and construction of bunkers, trenches, fox holes, ect. Will be posting pictures and updates soon.