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1  Events List: North American Theater of Operations / 7th Service Command / Re: 7 November 2009, Parade of Soldiers, Ottawa, Kansas on: November 09, 2009, 10:58:56 AM
Thank you for correcting my count I got a little busy with coordinating pyro, troop and vehicle movements.  But from what I have heard the crowd loved the battle and everyone did a super job which made my job as Overall Commander a lot easier I will say I had a great easy to get along with and hard working group of reenactors and vehicle owners to work with.  My Thanks to them all.  Also my Heart felt thanks to all those who have and are serving our Nation in the Military.
John
2  Events List: North American Theater of Operations / 7th Service Command / Re: 15-17 January 2010, Battle of the Bulge Tactical, Camp Clark, Nevada, MO 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
3  Events List: North American Theater of Operations / 7th Service Command / Re: 7 November 2009, Parade of Soldiers, Ottawa, Kansas on: November 08, 2009, 09:01:32 AM
 Hello All
Just a note about the Ottawa Veterans Day Event Saturday November 7, 2009 it was a very fun and safe event and the battle was very well done with the use of pyro and vehicles. There were approximately 70 reenactors as well as vehicle owners and drivers. All of the reenactors and vehicle owners did a super job. In this public display battle we had the Axis troops be more aggressive than your normal Display battle with recon attack and counter attacks.  The Axis Troops carried the day until the last when Over whelming Allied forces artillery and equipment rolled over the Axis forces.  If you did not attend you missed a great show the majority opinion was it was the best battle ever.  On the note of safety this event was accredited and insured event by the WWII HRS and run under their strict safety and authenticity standards.  Those who took part in it can be proud of their selves for a job well done I was honored to help with this event to Honor those who served.
John Colyer
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