Originally Posted by Brian McIlmoyle
Lots of talk in various threads on this forum about the nature of "MILSIM"
I got into airsoft to do Military Simulation.
I've participated in dozens of "milsims" and I have hosted, developed and run dozens more.
But I never did a "real" milsim till I got involved in WWII re-enactment. For me everything else ( and I still do lots of Modern style Milsim) just does not measure up to the immersion and the feelings of reality that are the hallmarks of WWII events.
can you please develop a bit if you have the time?
what is a typical day of successful wwII milsim?
what kind of action do you encounter, in what order, how are the radio comms, is it serious-serious or serious-jokingly, etc