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Author Topic: Battle of the Bulge - Camp Clark (1/15/2011)  (Read 1575 times)
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« on: January 18, 2011, 05:48:20 AM »

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It was a great event (even though I didn't go into the field) that had about 200 reenactors present. The weather was clear and sunny with a temp around 40 degrees. Camp Clark is an ancient (established in 1909 - I think) Missouri National Guard base in SW Missouri with a very decent tactical area.

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/facility/camp-clark.htm

There were several vendors present (including Cheap Crap - a shameless plug I know ) offering a decent amount of original and repro items.

The event orgaizers should be commended for putting on a great event and feeding all the participants with a great spagetti dinner afterwards! The use of repro French Invasion Francs to all the participants in the USO Canteen area is a great idea.

This event just keeps getting better and better. Don't miss the next one in 2012!

Jay
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Jay Sproat
Sgt. 35th Inf. Div., MP Plt (US-recreated-HRS)
Class III owner, historian, WWII reenactor
ex-Point editor 1985-87 (HRS)
ex-Breakthrough editor 1988-95 (TSG)
ex-High Ground editor (1 issue) 2005 (WWIILHR)

www.cheapcrapyoudontneedenterprises.com or www.ccydne.com
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