Oklahoma D-Day CEF Recruitment
Posted 08 March 2010 - 09:18 AM
The CEF is unique to Oklahoma D-Day, being comprised of some of the best scenario teams the world has to offer, drawing its members from across Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, the United States, the United Kingdom, and beyond. It is a team that boasts a unique heritage, and unique traditions. It is not for everyone. We demand the highest standards of sportsmanship, personal integrity, aggression and commitment from all our members. As a member of the CEF you will be expected to set the example for others in your performance on the field, and your conduct of it.
We are also a hard working team. As a member of the CEF you will participate in intensive training exercises, on the field and off, often in partnership with other D-Day teams, to ensure that every player is fully prepared for the challenges offered by the world's largest scenario paintball event. If you take the field in Oklahoma as a member of the CEF, you do so with the confidence that you are amongst the best trained, best prepared, and most effective players at D-Day.
If you want to be part of more than just a rabble band of paintball players; if you want to learn, improve your game, and contribute decisively on the D-Day field; if you want to be part of the team that is always called upon to handle the toughest tasks, and face the best the opposition has to offer; if you are prepared to play hard, work hard, and party hard, then you should consider enlisting with one of the regiments of the Commonwealth Expeditionary Force.
3rd INFANTRY DIVISION
Canadian Scottish Regiment - Join the assault on Sword Beach as part of the CSR. These kilt-wearing, hard-charging, fearless door-kickers can always be found at the centre of the line, wherever the fighting is most fierce. Their bread and butter is the assault, whether clearing trench lines or storming bunkers, the CSR is equally at home. They have a long and proud tradition at D-Day and are expertly led by Ronin and the boys and girls of US SOCOM. If you have the stones to march into battle with your kilt flapping in the breeze, and the pipes and drums blarring at your back, consider enlisting with the CSR.
East Yorkshire Regiment - The men and women of the EYR likewise begin their day with the attack on Sword Beach. The EYR is a small but proud and highly motivated team, whose fearlessness on the field knows no bounds. Ever the anchors, the EYR is the anvil to the hammer of the CSR, unmovable, unshaking and resilient in the face of all challenges. Under the leadership of Mooney and Boondox, the Yorkies have never failed to get the hard jobs done. If you are a grit player, and have the stamina and endurance necessary to endure the hard grind, consider enlisting with the EYR.
Royal Winnipeg Rifles - A new unit, only just this year returned to the official CEF order of battle, the Royal Winnipeg Rifles offers players eager to make their mark on D-Day a blank slate. The RWR is in need of experienced leaders, NCOs and ordinary players to fill the ranks. This is an opportunity to build a new organization, and contribute to the writing of a new chapter in the history of the CEF. If you want to lead, to help build and develop a new organization, and carve out a new place for your team and your traditions in the CEF, then you should consider enlisting with the RWR.
6th AIRBORNE DIVISION
1st Canadian Parachute Infantry - Comprised of the most experienced, most dedicated, and most aggressive players the CEF has to offer, 1 CAN PARA is the spearhead of the CEF, and one of the most effective and successful teams in the Allied armies. Dropped behind German lines, 1 CAN PARA is called upon to attack the hardest targets, to seize the most heavily defended objectives, and to destroy the most capable and dangerous opposition forces. They can be found leading the way, punching holes through German defences, and seizing objective flags. Led by GHOST and TAC ONE, 1 CAN PARA is comprised almost exclusively of returning veterans. Admission to 1 CAN PARA is by invitation only. Players interested in trying out for a spot with 1 CAN PARA should enlist with the RWR.
9th British Parachute Infantry - 9 BRIT PARA has as its core the UK Scenario Team. Hailing from the UK, these players are amongst the most talented and tactically minded scenario players you will ever encounter. Where 1 CAN PARA is the spearhead, 9 BRIT PARA is the dagger, employed to deploy behind enemy lines, move quickly and quietly to capture key positions, conduct ambushes, disrupt and degrade opposing forces, and provide critical support to offensive operations. Led by Al and Timboy, the players of 9 BRIT PARA bring to the table a wealth of experience and a highly professional attitude. If you are in excellent physical shape, can work as part of a close knit team, and understand that objectives are more important than eliminations, then you should consider enlisting with 9 BRIT PARA.
No. 41 Royal Marines Commando - the special forces of the CEF, the 41 RMC is led by experienced D-day veteran Zach, and staffed by some of the sneakiest, fastest, tricksiest SOBs the CEF has to offer. For 41 RMC the missions are always classified, the objectives are always high value, the odds are always impossible, and the timelines are always tight. If you think you have what it takes to do the impossible, enlist with 41 RMC.
ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS
13/18 Royal Hussars - You have not seen a paintball tank, until you have rolled with the Royal Hussars. Led by Mac, a three-year D-Day veteran, the 13/18 provides the CEF with integral armoured support. These are the men and women of iron who are called upon to face down the mighty 21st Panzer Division in open battle. Whenever the door needs kicking, anywhere and at any time, 13/18 gets the call. If you are interested in crewing a tank, or working as part of the armoured infantry in direct support of tank operations, you should consider enlisting with the 13/18.
I am in the 13th/18th Royal Hussars-Light Dragoons, however, if youre interested in joining any of the units, please let me know and I will get you intouch with their commanders. D-Day is June 7th-13th this year, registration for pre-reg is due by March 31st and that is $70/player, April 1st and later is $100/player.
The Light Dragoons are looking for some dedicated Mech Infantry players as well. I'll post up a Unit Contact list in a few!
Posted 08 March 2010 - 09:28 AM
All international players- LtGen Ray "Sir Raymond" Adams- HarlyHunk@hotmail.com
CO Commonwealth- LtGen Ray "Sir Raymond" Adams- HarlyHunk@hotmail.com
CO 6th Airbourne Division- Brigadier Andrew "Sir Andrew" Ferguson- firstname.lastname@example.org
British 9th Parachute Infantry Regiment (Airborne)- Maj Al Murray- Alan@scottishpaintballcentre.co.uk
Canadian 1st Parachute Infantry Battalion (Airborne)- Col Colin "Ghost" Townson- Colin.Townson@international.gc.ca
CO 3rd Infantry Division (3rd Herd)- Col Drew "Ronin" Decosta- email@example.com
British East Yorkshire Regiment (Infantry)- Maj Dwayne "mooney" Cox- firstname.lastname@example.org
Canadian Royal Winnipeg Rifles (Infantry)- Maj Phillip "Jester1349" Bunting- email@example.com
Company C, Canadian Scottish Regiment (Infantry)- Maj Phillip "Jester1349" Bunting- firstname.lastname@example.org
British 41 Royal Marines Commando(Special Forces)- Cpt Aaron Page - email@example.com
British 13th/18th Royal Hussars (Armour)- Col John "Mac" McMillen- firstname.lastname@example.org
British 13th/18th Light Dragoons (Mechanized Infantry Support)- Lt Colt Dickerson - email@example.com
Snipers, Artillery, RAF- Col George "Snipes" Miller- firstname.lastname@example.org
This post has been edited by phoenix1: 08 March 2010 - 11:23 AM
Posted 08 March 2010 - 09:49 AM
We ran to the sounds of the thunder.
We danced among the lightning bolts,
and tore the world asunder.