2014 Oklahoma DDAY Preperations

With D-Day right around the corner the 101st Pathfinders are gearing up for yet another hard fought Battle.   Recruiting is at an all time high for the Pathfinders, and we are looking at a much better year then last year.  We are currently in the process of putting together an extensive training program.  One that will be physically challenging and demanding.  The Pathfinders will be one of the best trained and motivated units again this year.

Some of the things we will be training on:

  • Building / room clearing
  • Ambushes
  • Tactical movements IE Bounding
  • Patrol tactics
  • Land navigation
  • Violence of Action
  • Field familiarity

We will be looking for those individuals that are highly motivated and high speed to fill positions such as fire team and squad leaders. We are also looking for troops that would be willing to act as Radio Operators for the command staff.  As with all positions we will identify those troopers that display an above average willingness to help, participate and in general be the best of the best.

If you have any questions or have an interest in any position you can contact me at a.r.bales@sbcglobal.net

First IN!

Last OUT!

Looking towards the horizon

RANGERS LEAD THE WAY!!!  We are recruiting new players by the day for the 2014 Oklahoma D-Day event!  Along with that we are increasing our other capabilities with more of our players purchasing communications equipment for on the field and camp site equipment for off the field.  We are gearing up to make 2014 one of the best years to date and we hope you will be there to join us!  We are continuing to develop this web presence so bear with us but we also have a private Facebook group that you can join us on once registered.

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Welcome to the Ranger Brigade!

When the Allied Commander needs to call 911 to bring forces immediately to the battle, he calls upon the Rangers. We are the Quick Reaction Force of the Allies. We support the various units through clandestine operations to assault primary beach targets at the onset of the game. Afterwards we attack targets of opportunity throughout the battle space and when the Commander needs an immediate force sent to secure an area, destroy an objective or support ongoing forces he calls upon the Rangers. We also pride ourselves on being a relaxed and enjoyable unit that does not occupy a great deal of time with meetings and training and so on. We play hard, we relax hard. Those of us who have returned year after year take great pride in wearing the Ranger patch and bringing new or experienced D-Day players into our Ranger family and we hope to see you join us!

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