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meerkatmogs

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About meerkatmogs

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    American MilSim Member
  • Birthday 09/04/1964

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  • Location
    Broken Arrow, OK
  • Interests
    Airsoft, mountaineering, trekking, traveling, photography, distance running, cycling, swimming, adventure
  1. Good to see you again XA Adan! Bring some 6 pyro grenades for me please. GeorgeT
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  3. XA Adan, Will you be selling the EG67 grenades at OP Broken Home VI site?
  4. Hey JP, Thanks for all the answers. I'm playing with my wife's nephew whom I would be guardian. Looking forward to seeing you all again after a long break! George
  5. Hey Slab! Played under you during last OPBH IV. I was wondering if 2 of us could "squeeze" into some squad as riflemen. I would appreciate it. Thanks!
  6. Uzi does it. Invented for close quarters fighting.
  7. I totally agree with Specs that target identification (part of S-A-L-U-T-E) is a reality in combat experience. I myself had the mistake of identifying CoST member in FG ATACs as UFS as it looks similar from a distance. This resulted in a wrong report to uppers and I was made fun of. Time to get me some good Steiners!
  8. ZEROX54321, it's good to read about your experience. You were probably one of those guys who came down from FOB to CP9 close to noon on 24May2015. Let me tell you how glad we were to see all of you come down since there were only 4 of us at CP9 and we could have been overrun quickly. Past noon we had a UFS 4-gun POV showing up and raining us with BBs until it was disabled, ran out of ammo, rockets and neutralized by guys who came down from FOB. The rest of my day on Day 1 was spent securing the perimeter around CP9 watching the road up to FOB by myself. I got separated from my squad by accident and left by myself in the woods still staring at that road like a hawk. Good thing I stayed as I later found myself watching a UFS POV crew manipulate the timer and flag which could have left CoST believing that CP9 was still under CoST control. I wasn't aware of my patience and deeply ingrained military discipline until the end of the day. Never leave your post until relieved. I could have stood under that CoST flag with a bolt-action rifle, bayonet and stood stiffly Civil War style Day 2 was even rougher hauling that mobile respawn unit in rain and mud. There was even tiny fish on the water running along the ruts on the road. Fight near Pegasus Bridge was awesome. I ran out of ammo, grenades and my bucking failed. Sincerely, I hope you make it back to Rebel Yell. It's usually held at Camp Gruber also here in OK and it's a military base. If you need a place to stay just post here. By the way, love your state especially Seattle, Bellingham and Spokane.
  9. Found: 1 M4 Midcap Magazine, 1 AK47/74 Magazine, 1 Scope Cover (Clear & Yellow Filter) Location found: CoST Mobile Respawn Unit near Pegasus Bridge (all inside drum) Time found: 24May2015 SUN Around 1:15-1:30pm (1315H-1330H) Last known whereabouts of Items: Turned over to AMS Staff on ATV during raffle around 1500H-1600H 24May2015 SUN. Sorry teammates but the Mobile Respawn Unit had to be moved under orders from the CO during the firefight close to Pegasus Bridge. I had to stick those items under my BDU shirt and I hope you get them back.
  10. I totally agree with DirtPro. I met Dave Roever once and he does help a lot of injured vets both spiritually, emotionally, and physically. Helping an injured vet has to be both from the inside and outside. Inspite of his pretty messed up face, fake hair and ear, the guy is super funny. If the vet has lost his legs, he got them to wear pants with Velcro seats so they could stay on the saddle of a horse to go horseback riding. He visited troops in Iraq and got to sit on Saddam's chair himself. He has a genuine heart for injured vets.
  11. I'm sure glad a bunch of people are aware of safety. It does pay to have some training. I'm also glad we got a genuine Medic in Doc Dodge with us. Last year a guy got his arm messed up in a gully and I just heard for screams of "Corpsman!". There were players who real medics who responded to him. He made it okay. With years of experience in mountaineering, rescue, disaster response, and the military I always pack a basic first aid kit with me in a Ziploc bag in all games.
  12. Welcome Rainey! You will like the Milsim events a lot plus the community is awesome.
  13. A day-and-a-half pack specifically designed to carry a hydration pack separately from the main compartment. The reason for this is to prevent the bladder from being punctured by contents in the main pack. The ones that I know that will do this in rugged conditions are the USMC Marpat and US Army Multicam packs. Camelbak may have some too. Downside is all these are pricey and I guess a Condor would probably meet your need. Doc Dodge's advise is worth considering. I too am an avid hiker, mountaineer and runner. I myself might carry a small daypack but will keep it to essentials only. You would be running with it through hills, gullies, forests with your weapon and even hauling it up a deuce-and-a-half with which they transport players to the field, and sometimes use for insertions. If you intend to carry a pack just be prepared to haul it in a fight.
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