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Old October 4th, 2012, 20:41   #1
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Event announcement post for East Wind 6

Didn't know where to stick this as it is a US game with International participation so please move it if it needs to be.

Announcement:

Operation East Wind 6 dates and location have been set.

When: March 9th –17th 2013

What: Operation East Wind is a 9 day long 24 hour per day immersive milsim event set in the closing days of the Cold War. From the moment you arrive till the moment you leave, you are surrounded by and living in the life of a soldier deployed on an alert in the Cold War.

You may choose to be part of either the NATO forces or the Warsaw Pact with each side having it’s own specific options, requirements, advantages, and disadvantages.

You may choose to participate either in the full experience, operating 24 hours a day living on site, 100% immersed in the event for the duration of your stay or if you prefer as a day player only playing during the daylight hours, camping at the campground on site or staying at in town at a motel.

As a full experience soldier you will know the feeling of walking out on a multi day patrol, the sound of a truck delivering your hot food (if you are lucky) and the sights and sounds of dark forest seemingly teeming with the enemy around your little patrol base in the black of night. You will use night vision, you will use mines, you will ride in military trucks and armored personnel carriers, you will be supported by armor and you will use period correct comms equipment. You will know the boredom of a 03:00 guard shift and the sinking feeling in your stomach when that shift suddenly STOPS being boring. You will know the true value of a hot drink on a cold rainy day, you will learn to lament T-rations, you will know the joy of walking into the mess tent and smelling hot A-rations. You will know how lonely the world can be when your little outpost is under attack and you know that the nearest help is way too far away. You will know how piercingly bright a parachute flare is on a moonless night. You will know the smell of a canvas tent on a sunny day. You will know how nice and cozy a stove is on a cold wet day. You will know what it is like to transition from peacetime, to alert, to war.

As a part time day player you can step into and out of one of the world’s best milsim events and get to see all of what goes into an event like this without having to commit yourself 100%. For a minimal cost comparable to most open play games, you get to see and be a part of daytime recon patrols behind enemy lines, anti-armor ambushes, deliberate attacks and fiercely fought defenses. You will fight shoulder to shoulder with the full time troops scraping and fighting for the same ground they are.

Either way, you will be surrounded by one of the most amazing events the world has to offer.

Who: Who may participate? Full experience troops must be 18 years of age or older unless pre-approved by event administration. Day players must be 16 or older with attendees under the age of 18 requiring parental consent.

How much does it cost?
The fee structure for Operation East Wind is broken into two categories:

The cost for full experience participants attending for 1-4 total
days is $165. For those attending from 5-9 total days the cost is $200. Full experience attendees are provided with all meals, including snacks and drinks for the duration of the time they are in attendance. Additionally, full experience attendees are allowed to check mission equipment out from the supply tents including correct night vision systems, flares, IR systems, Claymore and POMZ mines, radios, telephone systems etc.

Day time players who pre-register pay a fixed rate of $25 per day apart from day 1 and day 9 which are both free days since they involve a great deal of unit set up and tear down. Day time players are not provided with meals and are not allowed to check mission equipment out from the supply tents since most mission equipment goes out for night or multi-day missions.

Sign up for full experience troops is now open and will close on March 1st, 2013. At signup, a non-refundable deposit of $50 is required with the balance due on March 1st 2013. Day players must be pre-paid by March 5th 2013.

Where is East Wind 6 being held.
This year, we are proud to announce that East Wind 6 will be held at D-Day Adventure Park in Wyandotte, Oklahoma. No doubt, there are a great many of you who have played at D-Day before. It is an amazing facility with a lot of really impressive infrastructure. You might be tempted to think that you even know the D-Day Adventure Park pretty well… You will be quite surprised to see how much more there is to that property than you ever imagined. We will be operating on a 1000+ acre playing field with 45 miles of roads and trails. There are towns, an airfield, steep hills, green valleys, streams, ponds, and lots upon lots of space. If you have played at OK D-Day before you have probably seen a little bit of it but I assure you, it’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Why?
Why 9 days?

We run East Wind events for 9 days because in order to put together a quality event there is a certain minimum amount of time it takes to get everything all set up and settled in. If this was a weekend event, we would spend all day and night Saturday setting up and getting everyone settled in and then all day Sunday endexing. By running for 9 days we maximize our field time and get the most value out of our week’s vacation time (or spring break for you guys in school). If you cannot attend for the entire time, that’s fine; you can attend for as much or as little as you can fit into your schedule.

Why this degree of insanity/attention to detail?

Sure, we could camp in civvy tents instead of GP Mediums or real Soviet tents. We could use a Ford Tempo with a plywood turret instead of a real Diamler Ferret. We could move guys around in a short bed Chevy pickup instead of a M35A2, and we could certainly cook flapjacks on a 2 burner Coleman stove instead of using period correct field kitchens. Where would the fun be in all of that? At East Wind we seek to get everything right down to the smallest detail because this is how we immerse you into the event. You do not attend East Wind, you are part of it, you are inside the world that we create for you, you can “feel” this event.

Why the expense?

When you look at the cost remember that you are getting food included as well as the use of a lot of really top notch gear. When we say food, we are not talking about just MREs or hotdogs cooked on a Weber grill. We have cook staff who are professionals in their fields that are cooking nutritionally balanced meals that are also era and nationality correct. Doing this right is not cheap and we refuse to skimp on quality. You could not eat at restaurants for a week on a $200 budget and get the quality of meals you will get at East Wind and that’s before we even talk about the other stuff. It is not an average game that a real BTR-152 comes down the path at you or that you get to face off against a real FV-432 APC with your RPG. It is not an average game that you show up to the supply tent before your night mission and get Gen 2 and 3 night vision equipment issued to you. It’s not an average airsoft game that sends you scrambling out of your camp when an AH-64 Apache shows up skulking around. Yes, East Wind is expensive, but value wise, it is impossible to beat. Come and see, we’ll make a believer out of you by day 1.

Why should you choose to go to East Wind 6?

This one is easy. Since the inception of this event our motto has been “Not because it is easy, but because it is hard.” You should be going to East Wind because you are looking for a challenge, an experience. If you are looking at the full experience, you should be going to East Wind because you are ready to live an event 24/7. You should be going to East Wind because you have asked yourself, “Is East Wind right for me?” and said yes.

Why should you NOT go to East Wind?

If you think that it is a hassle to get the correct gear, if you are scared of the rain, if you are too proud to know when you need to learn something or if you are just looking for 9 days of solid “3, 2,1, go” speedball action you had better just stay home and play X-box. East Wind will not be your thing. We frequently say that “East Wind is not for everyone, we made it that way for a reason.” This event is not easy, we don’t want it to be easy and if you are coming then you should not want it to be easy either. We say this not to pass judgment on those who should not attend but to allow everyone out there to pass judgment on East Wind and decide if what we are doing fits with what you, yourself, want to do.

What do I need to know to be successful at East Wind events?

East Wind offers challenges unrelated to most airsoft events. It naturally goes without saying that knowing a little bit about airsoft helps but far beyond that remember that you are living in the field and actually doing a lot more field craft type work at East Wind than you are likely to encounter at an average game. You will likely find yourself adapting a lot better if you spend some time out in the woods in inclement weather since East Wind stays tactical regardless of weather conditions. knowledge of your equipment goes a very long way as well since you will be living and working in it 24 hour a day for 9 days. Obviously, there are a variety of technical skills that are helpful to know as well which is why we run training events monthly covering a variety of skills that will make your East Wind experience more enjoyable as well as provide an online library of training materials in order to assist you or your group in training up for the event. Apart from that, the most important thing you need to know to be successful and have a good time at East Wind is how mentally tough you are. If you are willing to give something 105% and not quit, this is the event for you. It will blow your socks off and you will love every minute of it.


East Wind isn't just for those in the US either. For several years now, we have had people join the East Wind community from outside of the US with an ever growing team heading down from Canada and players even coming across from Europe to take part in the experience.

It's probably not as difficult as you'd think and the community will try to assist where at all possible to ensure that those coming from afar can do so as smoothly as possible. If you have any worries or concerns, we should be able to answer all of your questions about coming to the US for East Wind, after all we've got attendees who have done it and can offer you the advice and assistance you need to make it happen. English fluency is not a requirement. We are an event set in Europe, working with different languages is part of what we do already.



If you would like more information about East Wind please feel free to visit our East Wind forums here: http://www.operationeastwind.com/forum/index.php

I hope to see some of you out there!
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Old October 5th, 2012, 01:37   #2
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There are 3 or 4 of us currently kitting up for Soviet Recce from the boards here. probably won't be out for EW6, but we're aiming to get our stuff together as quickly as realistically possible. Can't wait to game with you all!
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Old October 5th, 2012, 17:08   #3
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I'm just surprised at the amount of detail they put into this. That and the fact that some of the stuff they use on the NATO side is what I'm qualified in today shows how old some of the equipment we use, especially the kitchen trailer which I know every single part of it like the back of my hand.
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[QUOTE=mr_nuts31;1710846]I'm just surprised at the amount of detail they put into this.QUOTE]

And that's milsim.... not the overnight skirmishes that we get fed here in Canada as a "milsim"
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Old October 12th, 2012, 20:32   #5
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Sweet, it's posted here!

I was at East Wind 4 and 5. Met some good folks from Canada, but unfortunately I had to order my men to try and kill them (or die trying!)

I was 2nd in Command of 7th Company (Soviet Forces), and while I didn't get as much time out in the field with the troops, I did manage to take some video, a mere 3.2 hours out of the 216 that make up East Wind.

Some of the Soviet enthusiasts might appreciate a view of the camp, camp life, and some of the planning that goes into missions.

Official Trailer:
East Wind 5 - Promo Trailer - YouTube

Part 1 - Pitching a Tent: Building the Soviet Camp:
East Wind 5 - Part 1 - Camp Setup - YouTube

Part 2 - Camp Life
East Wind 5 - Part 2 - Camp Life - YouTube

Part 3 - Weapons Training
East Wind 5 - Part 3 - Weapons Training - YouTube

Part 4 - A Typical Morning
East Wind 5 - Part 4 - A Typical Morning - YouTube

Part 5 - Propaganda Mission
East Wind 5 - Part 5 - Propaganda Mission - YouTube

Part 6 - More Training
East Wind 5 - Part 6 - More Training - YouTube

Part 7 - Buildup to Destruction
East Wind 5 - Part 7 - Buildup to Destruction - YouTube

Part 8 - Final Push
East Wind 5 - Part 8 - Final Push - YouTube

Part 9 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 1
East Wind 5 - Part 9 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 1 - YouTube

Part 10 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 2
East Wind 5 - Part 10 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 2 - YouTube

Part 11 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 1
East Wind 5 - Part 11 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 1 - YouTube

Part 12 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 2
East Wind 5 - Part 12 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 2 - YouTube

Part 13 - Last Supper and Tear Down
East Wind 5 - Part 13 - The Last Supper and Tear Down - YouTube

I hope you enjoyed watching these as I enjoyed being there and filming the events as they happened live!
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Old October 12th, 2012, 20:50   #6
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Sweet, it's posted here!

I was at East Wind 4 and 5. Met some good folks from Canada, but unfortunately I had to order my men to try and kill them (or die trying!)

I was 2nd in Command of 7th Company (Soviet Forces), and while I didn't get as much time out in the field with the troops, I did manage to take some video, a mere 3.2 hours out of the 216 that make up East Wind.

Some of the Soviet enthusiasts might appreciate a view of the camp, camp life, and some of the planning that goes into missions.

Official Trailer:
East Wind 5 - Promo Trailer - YouTube

Part 1 - Pitching a Tent: Building the Soviet Camp:
East Wind 5 - Part 1 - Camp Setup - YouTube

Part 2 - Camp Life
East Wind 5 - Part 2 - Camp Life - YouTube

Part 3 - Weapons Training
East Wind 5 - Part 3 - Weapons Training - YouTube

Part 4 - A Typical Morning
East Wind 5 - Part 4 - A Typical Morning - YouTube

Part 5 - Propaganda Mission
East Wind 5 - Part 5 - Propaganda Mission - YouTube

Part 6 - More Training
East Wind 5 - Part 6 - More Training - YouTube

Part 7 - Buildup to Destruction
East Wind 5 - Part 7 - Buildup to Destruction - YouTube

Part 8 - Final Push
East Wind 5 - Part 8 - Final Push - YouTube

Part 9 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 1
East Wind 5 - Part 9 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 1 - YouTube

Part 10 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 2
East Wind 5 - Part 10 - Cultural Exchange - Soviet Camp Part 2 - YouTube

Part 11 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 1
East Wind 5 - Part 11 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 1 - YouTube

Part 12 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 2
East Wind 5 - Part 12 - Cultural Exchange - NATO Camp Part 2 - YouTube

Part 13 - Last Supper and Tear Down
East Wind 5 - Part 13 - The Last Supper and Tear Down - YouTube

I hope you enjoyed watching these as I enjoyed being there and filming the events as they happened live!
Haha, you're making it that much harder to wait until I have all my gear squared away and can afford to make the trip :P

I think we might have some "East Germans" on these boards, I'm going to look into it. A larger carpool/convoy would make a funner trip
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Gato, it only gets worse once you've been there....I can't wait to head back in March! And really, for the "cost" involved ($200 for all nine days - meals included) it is an amazing deal!

Good to see you've made your way here Coop! I'm looking forward to seeing you in about five months....it'll be through a rilfe scope, but I'll see you nonetheless LOL!
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Gato, it only gets worse once you've been there....I can't wait to head back in March! And really, for the "cost" involved ($200 for all nine days - meals included) it is an amazing deal!

Good to see you've made your way here Coop! I'm looking forward to seeing you in about five months....it'll be through a rilfe scope, but I'll see you nonetheless LOL!
Even taking into account the gear:

Sure, you've got to spend some cash to meet the requirements, but, once you meet those requirements, you've met them for all East Wind's to come. If for some reason you fall out of the hobby, you can usually make most of your cash back in the East Wind Marketplace, between other interested players, and players looking to upgrade or replace their existing gear with something newer and shinier.

Thanks for the warm welcome! We will definitely be chatting... in a tent... in the Soviet camp, under a red light, with your gear in a pile in the corner, and the Political Officer standing by to accept your renouncement of your Canadian Citizenship, your NATO Affiliation, and your admission of guilt for the war crimes you were committing prior to our capturing you on the wrong side of the border!
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Even taking into account the gear:

Sure, you've got to spend some cash to meet the requirements, but, once you meet those requirements, you've met them for all East Wind's to come. If for some reason you fall out of the hobby, you can usually make most of your cash back in the East Wind Marketplace, between other interested players, and players looking to upgrade or replace their existing gear with something newer and shinier.

Thanks for the warm welcome! We will definitely be chatting... in a tent... in the Soviet camp, under a red light, with your gear in a pile in the corner, and the Political Officer standing by to accept your renouncement of your Canadian Citizenship, your NATO Affiliation, and your admission of guilt for the war crimes you were committing prior to our capturing you on the wrong side of the border!
Oh, I've got NO complaints about the price, it's insanely fair if not tipped in the favor of the attendee, all of us gearing up for it agree. My wages on the other hand limit how quickly I can assemble my gear and save for a trip to Oklahoma :P

I look forward to renouncing my current affiliations and wrongdoings and working towards a better world for the peace loving socialist brothers and sisters world wide!
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Hah, that part was directed at Mordarski J.A.

You and your friends picked the "correct" answer when you said you were gearing up to be Soviet. You guys might even be on the mission that ends up capturing him. That's handy, because as a Soviet Officer, I only know Russian and some English. Having some Soviets that can speak "Canadian" could come in handy during an interrogation!
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MAYBE you'll capture me....but first you gotta find me :twisted:

I (as well as all the Canadians) made oh....five or six....undetected crossings into WP territory LOL. And I got dead only once, thanks to an admin phone. Good times nonetheless!

Like I said on the EW forums, I'm almost curious to see what being a POW would be like. Just don't expect me to spill everything like Curfman did

Gato: The cost is definitely a pain in the butt. I went down as a Canadian on the NATO side, had most of the gear, and still wound up having to beg-borrow-steal for some of the things at the last minute. There is a wealth of options in the WARPAC retailer section on the EW boards, and everyone's always keeping eyes open for deals.
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I've not had the luxury myself, but, I can give ya'll an idea as to what it may or may not be like from a recording taken at a previous East Wind

http://operationeastwind.com/mercerinterview.html

However, I can say, everyone has it easy since Misha ain't in the Shtab anymore!
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MAYBE you'll capture me....but first you gotta find me :twisted:

I (as well as all the Canadians) made oh....five or six....undetected crossings into WP territory LOL. And I got dead only once, thanks to an admin phone. Good times nonetheless!

Like I said on the EW forums, I'm almost curious to see what being a POW would be like. Just don't expect me to spill everything like Curfman did

Gato: The cost is definitely a pain in the butt. I went down as a Canadian on the NATO side, had most of the gear, and still wound up having to beg-borrow-steal for some of the things at the last minute. There is a wealth of options in the WARPAC retailer section on the EW boards, and everyone's always keeping eyes open for deals.

Yes well, you got away with that because I wasn't there. To be honest, as a reservist, was very tempted to do a Canadian load out, but it's a bit more hassle than I want to go through figuring out what I'd need or building a C7. I have most of the furniture for a C8, problem would be finding a correct barrel for the conversion to a C8 of that era. If I could somehow get a C1 for airsoft, that would help me change my mind.

Maybe down the road I'll assemble a CF kit so I can try the NATO side

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I've not had the luxury myself, but, I can give ya'll an idea as to what it's may or may not be like from a recording taken at a previous East Wind

http://operationeastwind.com/mercerinterview.html

However, I can say, everyone has it easy since Misha ain't in the Shtab anymore!
Good read and I like how players potentially get a chance to "see the other side" from an angle other than through their sights
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This looks like a lot of fun, if I get the kit together.
I noticed on the website that there are no "read more details" for Canadian requirements.

To the Canadians: What did you do/do you plan to do about getting your guns down to the US?
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