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Title: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on October 08, 2009, 09:17:42 PM
15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO


G Co, 137th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division, a unit of the WW II HRS, will host a Battle of the Bulge tactical battle at the Missouri National Guard training site, Camp Clark, in Nevada, MO from 15-17 January 2010.  This event is open to all ETO reenactors.

Camp Clark is located on the southeast side of Nevada, MO.  Nevada is 75 miles south of Kansas City, MO and 61 miles north of Joplin, MO.  Take the Camp Clark exit off of US 71 Highway in Nevada and follow the signs to Camp Clark.  The training area is one square mile of rolling hills, woods, creeks, and trails.  The site is infantry friendly and open to light wheeled and tracked vehicles.  Vehicles must stay on the trails or in designated areas.

Event Fee:  $20

Heated barracks with showers and latrines will be provided on Friday and Saturday night.  The barracks rooms have bunk beds with mattresses and pillows.  You need to bring your own sheets, blankets, or sleeping bags.  A continental breakfast will be served Saturday morning and a hot meal will be served on Saturday evening after the battle.  The barracks and meals are included in the registration fee.

USO Club/Café: There will be a club/café open both Friday and Saturday nights offering snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.   The Missouri National Guard prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages on post, including the barracks and the club.  The club will have 40’s music, tables for card games, and an assortment of snack food items.  Your registration fee gets you $5 worth of “script” to spend at the club.  There are also several bars and taverns located in the town of Nevada for those so inclined.

Registration will open at 1400 hours on Friday, 15 Jan 10 and close at 0800 hours on Saturday, 16 Jan 10.  A picture ID is required to gain access to the base.   

Pre-Registration is not required but is highly encouraged to guarantee a bunk in the barracks.  A pre-registration form is available at our unit’s web site: www.137thinfantry.org.  Barracks space is limited to 172 bunks.

Vendors: Limited indoor vendor spaces are available for no charge. Tables and chairs will be provided.

Safety and Authenticity Inspection will be held at 0830 hours on Saturday, 16 Jan 10.  WW II HRS safety and authenticity rules will apply.

The battle will go from 0900 to 1600 hours on Saturday, 16 Jan 10 only.  Participants must be cleared out of the barracks by 0900 on Sunday, 17 Jan 10.

Point of contact for more information: Dave Hruska
                 Email: dhruska@kc.rr.com
                 913-682-8603


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on October 08, 2009, 09:19:47 PM
Jay,

Thank you for your original post, I removed it to create the one above in order to cover all of the information.

Thank you,
papajod


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: 35divmp on October 10, 2009, 06:25:41 PM
Papajoad:

No sweat, I got Dave's Battle Announcement via email yesterday.

CCYDNE is planning on making this event to sell, sell, sell reenactors tons of "crap" and line our pockets with piles of dinero!

Jay Sproat
www.ccydne.com


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on October 21, 2009, 04:03:24 PM
Battle of the Bulge Tactical, 15-17 January 2010 at Camp Clark in Nevada, MO


G Co, 137th Infantry Regiment, 35th Infantry Division, a unit of the WW II HRS, will host a Battle of the Bulge tactical battle at the Missouri National Guard training site, Camp Clark, in Nevada, MO from 15-17 January 2010. This event is open to all ETO reenactors.

Camp Clark is located on the southeast side of Nevada, MO. Nevada is 75 miles south of Kansas City, MO and 61 miles north of Joplin, MO. Take the Camp Clark exit off of US 71 Highway in Nevada and follow the signs to Camp Clark. The training area is one square mile of rolling hills, woods, creeks, and trails. The site is infantry friendly and open to light wheeled and tracked vehicles. Vehicles must stay on the trails or in designated areas.

Event Fee: $20

Heated barracks with showers and latrines will be provided on Friday and Saturday night. The barracks rooms have bunk beds with mattresses and pillows. You need to bring your own sheets, blankets, or sleeping bags. A continental breakfast will be served Saturday morning and a hot meal will be served on Saturday evening after the battle. The barracks and meals are included in the registration fee.

USO Club/Café: There will be a club/café open both Friday and Saturday nights offering snacks and non-alcoholic beverages. The Missouri National Guard prohibits the consumption of alcoholic beverages on post, including the barracks and the club. The club will have 40's music, tables for card games, and an assortment of snack food items. Your registration fee gets you $5 worth of "script" to spend at the club. There are also several bars and taverns located in the town of Nevada for those so inclined.

Registration will open at 1400 hours on Friday, 15 Jan 10 and close at 0800 hours on Saturday, 16 Jan 10. A picture ID is required to gain access to the base.

Pre-Registration is not required but is highly encouraged to guarantee a bunk in the barracks. A pre-registration form is available at our unit's web site: www.137thinfantry.org. <blockedhttp://www.137thinfantry.org./>  Barracks space is limited to 172 bunks.

Vendors: Limited indoor vendor spaces are available for no charge. Tables and chairs will be provided.

Safety and Authenticity Inspection will be held at 0830 hours on Saturday, 16 Jan 10. WW II HRS safety and authenticity rules will apply.

The battle will go from 0900 to 1600 hours on Saturday, 16 Jan 10 only. Participants must be cleared out of the barracks by 0900 on Sunday, 17 Jan 10.

Point of contact for more information:
Dave Hruska
Email: dhruska@kc.rr.com


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: STEVED. on October 30, 2009, 08:21:04 PM
One of the best overall events to attend in my opinion.  You can't beat the value, they GIVE you money back !   Its a real decent site, nice mix of woods, roads, and a small "town" made up of shipping containers wiht doors and windows cutinto them.  "Umpires" are a big help, and the weather is USUALLY great.  1st year all was iced over, then snowed heavily, made it better ! l Last 2 years very comfortable ( after a bit of a cold start ! ) during the day.
  If you got a small vehicle, they are of a good use, but don't be afraid to come if you dont. Keep in mind, you MAY have to walk a bit, so if you do an infantry impression.............
Steve 


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: Railsplitter on November 02, 2009, 01:22:11 PM
We will be there in big numbers...close to 40 I suspect. 

LTC Tim


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: Nordlandhq on November 08, 2009, 09:07:08 AM
Dear Fellow Reenactors and my Axis Comrades in Arms
This is a Great event and you really need to add it to your units calendar the barracks are new and modern the training site is a wonderful battle site.  The US 35 ID put a lot of work into it and they always give you a super meal and other goodies to eat.  AXIS REENACTORS WE NEED YOU FOR A SUPER EVENT THAT IS A LOT OF FUN!  If you know of other Axis reenactors who are not listed in this e-mail Please pass it along.  I have gone the last two or three years and I had a great time each time if you can come you will have a great time.
John Colyer
11th SS Nordland Reenacted


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: KG1 on November 10, 2009, 10:11:29 PM
John and the others are spot on concerning this great tactical event.  This is one to make.  I hear tell Paul Dolle and his Arkansas krauts will be coming and they always are loaded for bear.


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on December 13, 2009, 08:40:07 PM
Here is an update on the registrations:

We have 62 people pre-registered as of 11/29/09. They are from the following units:

137th IR, 35th ID
141st IR, 36th ID
6th Co, 3rd Reg, FSSF
British 6th Airborne
359th IR, 90th ID
3rd SS
12th SS
38th Jaegers
Spanish Blue Division
916th Regt, 352nd Inf Div
39th Gren Div

We also have five jeeps, a 1942 Dodge WC-51, a Dingo Scout Car, a Kubelwagen, motorcycle with side car, a Ford truck, and a Chevy truck coming.

If you would like to attend this event, please go to our web site and register (www.137thInfantry.org). We only have 172 spaces in the barracks. When they are full, will will close registration. I will post an update next weekend.

Thanks,

Dave Hruska
Event Coordinator


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on December 13, 2009, 08:41:01 PM
It looks like this will be the largest turnout to date for this event.
We already have 73 registered, and a large German unit has just started to sign up. They are looking at 35-40 of their guys attending. With the 40 or so from the 84th and the 35-40 from the 36th out of Texas, we will have a large group this year. We may also have a few surprises in store, too. Stay tuned for more updates.

Dave Hruska


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on December 13, 2009, 08:41:59 PM
Here is the weekly update on registrations:

109 registered as of 12/6/09.

Three new units added to the list:
84th ID (36 registered)
1st LSSAH
38th Jaegers

The 1st LSSAH is also bringing their Stug III assault gun,as well as a Pak gun and a kubelwagen. The 84th is bringing two jeeps and a WC-54.

Dave Hruska
Event Coordinator


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on December 13, 2009, 08:43:28 PM
It is the repro Stug III out of Arkansas owned by Paul Dolle. I just found out tonight we are also getting a Puma armored car. Registration is now up to 120.

Dave Hruska


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on December 21, 2009, 04:47:51 PM
If you haven't registered yet for our event in January, please do so as
soon as possible.  We are very close to closing out the Allied
registration.  We are at 123 right now and I will close off registration
to Allies at 150.  I think we only have a few guys left to register.
So, unless you want to sleep on the floor in the Cafe, please go to the
web site and register.

Valor for Service,

Dave Hruska


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on December 30, 2009, 11:46:19 PM
Allied registration is now closed. We have filled all of the barracks spaces in the Allied barracks. We still have a few Axis bunks left, so please register soon if you want to attend.

Thank you to all who have pre-registered and we look forward to seeing you all at Camp Clark in a few weeks.

Dave Hruska
Event Coordinator


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on January 07, 2010, 06:20:16 PM
This is an email with information for the members of the 137th Infantry, most of this is not for the guests of the event but for there own members, but I wanted you to see just what this group has planned and just how much work they are putting into this so that you can have a great time.  papajoad


Soldiers of G Company, 137th Infantry,

I wanted to send out an update on our upcoming Camp Clark event.  Right
now we have a total of 271 registered - 168 Allies and 103 Germans.
That is far more than we had last year (102 total) and it will be a
challenge for us to conduct another quality event for such a large
crowd.  This means we will have most of our unit supporting the event
and very few actually participating this year. 

To start with, I will address the first issue - barracks space.  We only
have 250 spaces in the barracks.  We have 12 people not staying in the
barracks and three females who have their own building.  This leaves us
with six more people than beds.  I don't think we will have a 100% show
up rate, but even still we will be very close on beds.  So, I need all
of you to bring cots if you have them.  We will put these in the one
building we have for our unit (a 12 man building with two man rooms).
We will have to put three in each room to make the numbers work.  If we
don't get the full turnout, we can spread out into the next building and
put everyone in a bunk bed.

The second issue is the work details.  We went over these at the meeting
in December.  With the increase in headcount, we will have to increase
the size of our staff details.  I will have a duty roster at the
registration desk when you arrive that spells out who is assigned to
what duties.  We will have five people at registration, four in the USO
Club, and 13 assigned to MP patrol duties.  Those of you who are MP's
will probably have to help out in the club or registration when you are
not on duty.  We will run nine OC's this year: myself, Joe Taylor, Jeff
Stalnaker, Andy Watson, Jeff Leser, Dan Fullerton, John Wilson, Kendal
Gott (German),and Dave Goodwin (38th Jagers).  We will have three Allied
and three German units, plus two independent recon units (Brit and
Russian),as well as an overall OC (me). 

For the meals on Saturday, we will run four cooks and 10 Servers/KP's.
We will have to feed in two buildings to get the meal served to that
many people in the allotted time.  We will serve in the USO club like we
did last year, but we will also serve out of the admin building across
the road (the one we used two years ago for a mess hall).  Again, those
who are not assigned a mess hall duty will probably be enlisted to help
out anyway.  The only change this year will be the cooks will have to
leave the battle after the second scenario (we will run three this
year).  That will give them enough time to get started on the meal
before everyone comes in out of the field.  Right now the cooks are Phil
Plank, Rusty Elliot, Andrew Turner, and Joe Quinlan.

We also will need to provide more 5 gallon coolers to serve drinks at
the supper meal.  I have one I can bring.  I would like to have at least
three more five gallon jugs.  If you have one and can bring it, please
let me know ASAP.

I will be on site by 0800 to begin the inventory process of signing for
the buildings.  If you can come early to help with the set up, don't
come before 0930 or so as I will probably still be going through the
buildings (nine this year!).

Finally, I need someone who lives near me to help haul the food and
snacks for the club.  Jeff Leser was going to help, but he has a
commitment and will not be able to come to the event until Saturday
morning.  So, I need someone or someones to come by and pick up some of
the items before Thursday night.  Please let me know if you can do this.
The items will need to be there by 1700 or so on Friday if we are to
open the club at 1800.

Sorry for such a long update, but we still have a few loose ends we need
to tighten up before the event.  I appreciate everyone's support and
commitment to making this a quality event.  All I can say is that you
have done a great job in the past and your reputation and that of the
unit has spread to the point where we have become a must-attend event in
the Mid-West.  Your hard work and commitment to putting on a quality
event has definitely been noticed by the reenacting community.  We have
guys coming from as far away as Texas (the 36 ID is chartering a bus for
their unit) and Minnesota.  We will have a large contingent of the
national organization of the 1st SS LAH in attendance as well.  All
together we have 30 different units coming.  I am looking forward to
another great event.

Valor for Service,

Dave Hruska
Platoon Sergeant


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on January 12, 2010, 05:31:49 AM
The Weather forcast for Nevada, MO

Friday - Sunday, 15-17 January 2010

Low in the Mid 20's
High in the Low 40's
Cloudy

'See ya out there'

papajoad


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on January 12, 2010, 10:43:56 PM
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED!
We have completely filled all of the available barracks spaces. Thank you to everyone for your support. The final registration count is 165 Allied and 100 German. We look forward to seeing you all at Camp Clark on the 15th.

Dave Hruska
Event Coordinator


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: Scott Wilke on January 18, 2010, 09:03:49 AM
AAR on Camp Clark.

Once again, the team of Dave Hursha and the 35 I.D. did a great job this past weekend at the Camp Clark event. I can't say enough good things about this event. We arrived on Friday night at 1550 before most reenactors got there. Our group was in the big main administration building.  This building had 3 bays with one area having 60 bunks and another 2 bays, with 30 bunks each. The buildings also had showers and toilets. You were also issues $5.00 worth of script to use in the P/X.

At 2200 on Friday night there was a Commanders meeting where we were briefed on the battles and the rules of engagement. We were also told about the battles and how they were going to run. The 35th used a 3 lane process that worked quite well. The group also used O.C's to call hits and move the battles along. The 35ID decided that if you were an attacking unit you would have unlimited hits and if you were defending you would get 2 or 3 hits depending what the O.C. told you. This worked out real well and made the battles flow. They gave a 2 hour limit to each battle that also make things run real smooth.

The three battles were, Move to contact, Defend, and Attack. There were no organized lunch breaks. This wasn't an issue due to time getting to your battle area, and other units setting up. You always had time to eat or take a rest. The battle area is huge being over 1 mile square. It doesn't sound like much but at the end of the day your tired out. There was 3 main bodies on the Allied side and 3 main bodies on the German side. The 35I.D.  made sure that you this  didn't fight the same group twice.

I felt the battles were great. I thought the O.C's did a great job and had communication with each other. There were only a hand full of complaints about people taking there hits and not doing what they were suppose to.
For me this made a great weekend with alot of fun in the field and over great time. I brought over 200 rounds of ammo and shot up all but 10 rounds. The only reason I didn't run out is I took a big fall out of the jeep and was hurting and didn't get in on the last part on the last battle. I talked to a group that took over 3000 round into the field and shot almost all there ammo.  I also think that everyone axis and allied did a good job of taking hit.

I've said if before and I'll say it again, this is the best tactical battle in the Midwest. Thank you Dave Hurska and the team of the 35ID for doing this battle. This group is truly a bunch of professionals.





Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: Sean Thornton on January 18, 2010, 05:54:14 PM
The Camp Clark Tactical at Nevada, MO this past weekend was fantastic.  It was one of the best tacticals and best run tacticals I have been to over the years.  Dave Hruska and his unit did a super job.  The facilities were first rate.  With a registration of only $20 I got to stay 2 nights in the barracks with hot showers, supper and  breakfast along with $5 in script for candy, popcorn pop etc.  It was a lot of “bang for the buck”.  There were 3 different scenarios fought in 3 different lanes so you did not have fight the same group twice. The town was a great lane to fight in. Our ambush of the unfortunate Germans worked to perfection with none of the 20 to 25 Germans getting out alive.  Out of our 11 man platoon we were armed with 5 semi-auto ppsh, an MP 40 and a semi-auto PPs 43and then 3 Mosin-Nagants. Ammunition for us was never a problem as most of the sub-gunners carried 500 to 800 rounds(We had 5000-6000 rounds and shot most of it). The OCs did a great job.  We also had a Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle that work great with the OC system giving us 3 kills. This is one event I will look forward to next year.  Again Dave Hruska and unit did an outstanding job.
Sasha


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: KG1 on January 18, 2010, 08:08:53 PM
I would like to echo the other AAR comments in saying that Dave and his team did indeed organize and host a stellar event.  For it's size, organization, and support you will not find a better event within 200 miles or more.
As an O/C again this year I offer a few tips for the participating units:
- Get organized.  The "platoons" were formed by combining bits and pieces of reenactor units from all over the country.  Form squads and teams with strong leaders and establish a means of communication between units.  Units tended to become mobs after first contact.
- Use these squads to conduct fire and maneuver.  We O/Cs took covering fire into account when it was used.
- Count up the numer of rounds you are carrying and divide by three.  Remind yourself if you fire more than that during the first two engagments you won't have enough for the final battle.
- Prepare for a lot of walking, on the order of ten miles or so.  Break in your boots ahead of time and bring a change of socks.  Get in shape too.  At fifty years old I'm no spring chicken, but I was surprised at how tough a time some of the young bucks were having.
- Safety safety safety.  Even after being told the rules, there were a few violations.
- The O/Cs did the best they could to make a call on hits.  We couldn't be everywhere and didn't see every shot.  With the multiple lives available there was no reason not to take a hit if you saw the shooter and muzzle flash.  Most everyone gets tunnel vision in combat and it's often the guy you don't see off to the side that gets you, BTW.  I had no major problems with the groups I supported, but there was some grousing.
- Lastly, don't quit.  You might be tired and cold and even out of ammunition, but there are guys in your composite unit and across the field who travelled a long way to participate.  Play to the finish.
Again, great event, and one to put on your calendar for next year.


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: crazydima on January 19, 2010, 10:47:50 AM
Tovarischi,

On behalf of the 416th Rifle Regiment of the 112th Rifle Division of the Glorious RKKA I want to extend our deepest thanks to the members of G Co. 135th Infantry for their efforts to host and run a first rate event. I have not found a better deal where for $20.00 you get as much as you do at Camp Clark. Other events could learn a lot from what you folks have put together.

The is the 3rd year I have attended and each time it keeps getting bigger and better. An additional thanks to all of the German Forces who took the time to turn out and give the Allies a good challenge.

Once again the use of O/Cs helped to keep things on track as well as maintain clarity and keep things moving and to prevent bug hunts and stalemates from happening. Once again thanks to you for donating your time to serve in that capacity. I wish more folks in the hobby would do so.

Our force of 11 Frontoviks served as a deep recon unit sometimes serving behind German lines which regardless of location it was a thrill. We successfully fulfilled all of the mission objectives given to us (2 area recons and a route recon). It was good that we had 7 sub guns(6 semi-auto, one full auto), 1 sniper, 1 Mosin rifle Mosin two Mosin carbines plus plenty of grenades and some land mines.

It was a big thrill to watch as our sniper was able to neutralize targets at a distance through the use of the O/C. This added a new level to the whole situation.

It was also a thrill to sneak up on the kuble with AT-gun on the road and neutralize it as well. We really wanted to take the AT gun with us as a prize since it was a Russian gun. LOL!

The highlight of the weekend for our unit was the ambush which we successfully sprung upon elements of the 1st SS. Our hats are off to those folks for taking awesome hits and reacting the way they did. Outstanding!!!! Anytime you would like to do that again we will be happy to help you out at no extra charge. LOL!

Again a big thanks to all of you you busted your humps to make this event one of the best in the Midwest!!!!

We are looking forward to next year!

Sincerely,

Dima
(one who enjoys a good event)


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: KG1 on January 19, 2010, 02:39:22 PM
Yes, "Dima", that was one good ambush.  Probably the best I've seen ever in 30 years.  I saw it coming but couldn't do a thing to stop it.  (One could see the little red stars on the hats as your guys peeked through the bushes and over the ditch at the bridge.)  I fought the urge to tell my son, "you better get ready to fire that thing" (rifle).  The only thing missing was a final assault, which was probably not needed and would have been danger-close for safety anyway.


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on January 19, 2010, 09:22:15 PM
This is the 4th year for this event and I have had the pleasure of attending all of them.  The Battle of the Bulge, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO is like a fine wine, it only gets better with time.

The 35th ID puts on what I consider to be the best event in the Midwest, there hard work and dedication has made this 'the' one event to attend each year. There total commitment to excellence and organisational abilities bring to the reenacting community a much needed break from the usual humdrum tactical.

The use of OC's, working in multiple lanes, rotating the players and the playing field, adjusting the number of hits from each scenario are all designed to keep the event fluid and exciting. 

This is also the best value of any event which I have ever attended.  For $20 you get a bed, showers, breakfast, dinner and script for snacks.  Vendors have a free space to sell, plenty of parking, easy access to the event site and a lot of good company.

If you do not attend the Battle of the bulge, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO next year, you are missing the best in the mid west.  And may your fine wine be corked!

 







Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: 35divmp on January 19, 2010, 11:55:40 PM
It was a great event...pure and simple.  It was also a walk back in time for me as well.  I'd been to Camp Clark a number of times in the past 28 years with the Missouri National Guard and was amazed at what was no longer around...

On the bright side I came home with less "crap" than I brought, a pocket full of dinero, and only 12 blanks left.

If you didn't go, then you missed a great event!

Hope to see some pictures on this forum and in the Photo Gallery!

Jay Sproat
35th Inf. Div., MP Plt.


Title: Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO
Post by: papajoad on January 21, 2010, 10:46:05 PM
papajoad's photos of the Camp Clark event are now posted in the Photo Gallery.  Please access the Photo Gallery with the button at the left and go to 2010 Events page.

thank youk,
papajoad