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  2. on the website it says that if your 16 you have to have a guardian on the AO does and my dad couldn't make it to any of the event's is there anyway i could still go to the event without a guardian
  3. on the website it says that you have to have a adult on the AO if your a minor im 16 and i don't think my dad could come with me is there any way i can still go by myself
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  5. SOUTHERN FRONT II RESCHEDULED UNTIL SEPTEMBER 19th-20th on CDC COVID-19 and DENTON COUNTY RECOMMENDATIONS. American Milsim's top priority has always been our customer and staff safety. This is ALWAYS our number one priority when selecting event AOs or designing our gameplay. With that being said, American Milsim will be following the just-released American Center for Disease Control and Prevention guidance to reschedule any event with over fifty [50] participants for the next eight [8] weeks. As an industry leader, we feel that is it better to err on the side of caution and follow the guidance of industry professionals rather than possibly jeopardize any of our staff or players and their family's health. Southern Front II has been RESCHEDULED until September 19th-20th, 2020. With this date change, players may request a full refund or retain your current ticket for the "already sold-out" event. Refunds can be requested by emailing [email protected] with your ticket information. We appreciate everything you have done to support us. Unfortunately, this is an unprecedented circumstance that we must take seriously. We look forward to seeing each and every one of you at D14 in September! CDC COVID-19 Guidance Denton City COVID-19 Guidance Be smart, be safe -- NOW GO WASH YOUR hands and we will see you at Southern Front II this September! Regards, The American Milsim Team
  6. Ok, finally got my password reset, so shoot me a PM if you can help!!
  7. Anyone happen to have an extra COST ticket for SFII?? My nephew, who is stationed at FT. Hood, had a ticket but was notified he would be training for his deployment later this year for a month starting mid March. He sold his ticket to when he found out and now, due to Covid-19, will not be traveling for training after all. This was going to be his first AMS event (he's been deployed the previous times during RDG). If anyone can help out please let me know!!!
  8. Junior, The event will only be canceled if there us a state, county or federal ban on events / gathering. If that does happen we will refund all players money. Regards, JP
  9. So, i dont mean to be that guy but... is there a possibility of the event being cancelled for the corona virus or will this just be CBRN soft? If it does get cancelled, should we expect a refund or just a credit toward another operation? Thanks. -sloth
  10. So i can't tell if Woodland MARPAT is a go for CoST or not? This year will be my first ever ASM event. Me and a buddy will be going to BH. I just need to know if I need to buy a new uniform or not(among other things lol)
  11. Is Saturday’s Safety Briefing the same as Friday’s? Attending Saturday’s briefing would be much easier if they cover the same information.
  12. Is it confirmed for there to be a night evolution?
  13. What time of day can we show up on site on Friday? I see a crono/check in time but no time that the site opens.
  14. Thank you very much for the thorough response. That helps immensely. We signed up for UFS, and I've made sure my guys have purchased nothing but tan or desert camo. I will pass along all this information. Thanks again.
  15. Will do! Thank you very much!
  16. Yes, I suggest getting a programming cable and learning how to program the radio for different frequencies. Also, I highly suggest getting a chart that shows all non licensed frequencies. The exception is milsim’s in which case they will tell you what frequency to use.
  17. A typical weekend for milsim OP is the following: 7:30am, arrive and chrono. 8:00prep gear, get body armor on, mags loaded, comms equipment functional and programmed(try to program ahead of time), water carriers filled, backpacks packed and ready to head to spawn. 8:30-9:00; assemble in front of the flag post at formation with your squad leaders and team. ~9:15 head to your squads start locations. After that the operation will start, and your squad leads will lead you from there. I tend to try and stop and eat around 11-12 so I don’t get low blood sugar and pass out mid match. If anyone is diabetic in your group I suggest doing so earlier. As for gear, always bring team specific rain gear (green or tan) spare batteries for everything like comms equipment, red dot sights, guns, etc. make sure you have a red rag to use as a dead rag. If running rifleman loadout, you should expect to need about 5000rnds for the whole weekend. Last year I was a medic and I used less than 5,000 total, prob more than 3000 used. If you run a light machine gun, then bring 10,000-20,000 rounds. I highly suggest checking out infantryshopusa for cheap but high quality BB’s, you should try and buy for you and your friends because shipping costs can be high and it’s better to buy in bulk. ok, so this is a big one, DO NOT come to the event in a camouflage not stated in your teams rule book. Last year guys were showing up in tan helmets, uniforms and gear when they were green team, we had to have those people wear green reflective tape to signify their teams, also, the cadre told everyone that that was going to be the last time it was allowed to happen, from then on, the uniform restrictions are solid and no exceptions will be made unless otherwise stated. Also, depending on your team, understand what you are about to walk into, if you are on COST then wear the deepest green you can because north Texas is super super green in the spring. please try to arrive on Friday. I know it’s an extra night in a hotel or tent but being able to chrono a day early, meet with your squad leaders, get radios and communications working is super important. I highly doubt there will be night ops as there were none last year, however, if there are, you want a flashlight at minimum, and all things that are required under the night ops rule section. As it is your first time you most likely won’t have night vision goggles, but be aware, some people will most likely run night vision. and lastly, expect to be hot, tired, WET, sandy, caked in mud and clay, and look like you just got out of a real war. Get used to the idea that you will most likely play in rain, and crawling around in mud. Last year it rained for 2 hours before the event and a little during, I left caked from head to toe in mud. And then, wiped it off, took a shower, and did it all again the second day. Let me know if you have any other questions. -Sloth
  18. Malek, We changed he min. age to 14 -- also the events are not 40 hours. They are typically broken into 1 8 hour day on Saturday and 4 hours on Sunday.
  19. I have a son that is 12 but his birthday is in august, Can he join us in operations? Second question. Can beginners play in like a 40 hour game?
  20. It's allowed for AMSL, but not normal AMS events.
  21. This will be my first MilSim for my friends and I. I've watched a ton of videos but since none of us have ever experienced one before, I wanted to ask about what a typical weekend looks like. When I first purchased tickets, it said 9am-2pm Saturday and Sunday, but then I read rules about low light / night ops? I know you'll need the airsoft basics, but what kind of stuff do you bring to these events? I have no idea how many bbs to expect to need for a full weekend of play. Any and all information would be helpful, no detail too small. I'm trying to be as thoroughly prepared as possible. Thanks!
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