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- Ghost Stalkers Captain
- 20 years old
- January 29, 1993
- Southern Maryland
- Paintball Paintball and... lemme see PAINTBALL<br />but nah i'm a teenager dreaming of becoming a army special forces operator<br />If i was british I would join the SAS cause they're just as bad-arse =P
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19 May 2008 - 06:37 PMIronic, I was just learning about this conflict at school when i saw this post. Team Ghost Stalkers is probably sure to be there we can't pass up this game! see yall there!
17 December 2007 - 05:09 PMTeam GHOST STALKERS may arrive as we are eager to participate! Going to check with the team and going to register ASAP! We'll join either side we get probably cause i like both.
17 December 2007 - 05:07 PMMe and my team GHOST STALKERS are down in southern maryland and we'd love to play with you guys on weekends when we're not training. Theres just about 6 of us though, we're a small team.
05 December 2007 - 01:37 PMPaintball alone is NOT enough to train a dagger. And as others said its not about being fast, you must be able to adjust in woodland envirnment and not stop from painful or annoying things like the cold, the heat, thorns, water ect. in my team, ghost stalkers, we recently just did training early in the morning such as obstacle courses through various logs we had to jump and dive over and crawl under, crossing freezing streams, climbing the upslope sidings, avoid thorn bushes all while not stopping, and after that we set up a firing exercise where 2 - 3 shooters would fire at the stream while the trainees had to move as fast as possible through the freezing stream and take cover under the various logs with no gun (but wiht a mask of course) The one thing to remember in training is DON'T stop unless you have cover so that way you'll be ready. After the harsh trainning we go through in training we're ready for anyhting and that has helped me greatly as a dagger. You don't have to do anything extreme but just try to be creative, try running through the woods really fast but at the same time avoid falling or being stuck in obstacles, you must train your body to flow with the envirnment, when you jump, be ready to plant your feet right to get going again, when you crawl, be ready to roll into cover, just be creative and go through the woods with your gear on (daggers shouldn't have too much gear anyway) so you can get better at moving. A dagger must have a quick mind and a quick body, but also must be able to flow with your surroundings.
18 November 2007 - 10:15 AMTeam Name: Ghost Stalkers
Location : La Plata/Newburg Maryland
Age of Team: Over 1 year
Big Games Attended: OA Task Force Ranger
Major and Minor Accomplishments: Organized team rules and schedule for events.
Contact Information: email@example.com (Team organizer's E-mail)
Other Information: Very strict when it comes to forming games and training games with our fellow members. We usually keep a U.S. military theme by utilizing Special Ops's ranking system. We have very specific rules we follow (How we punish cheaters on and off field, people who argue with higher ranking members on games ect.) We try to play every weekend, and we'll play in whatever conditions we have to.
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