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Operation: Homeland

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C3 Tactical invite you to a very special THREE DAY event coming April, 2012. - Facebook Event


Its Civil War once again and the revolution is building and it's time to decide on you're allegiance; Parliamentarian or Royalist.




With player spaces at 250 this is to be a truly epic event, spanning three full days and nights of all out war across Sennybridge village in the Welsh mountains.


Forces are split into two sides each with it's own objectives and command structure. Using a dedicated radio net each side's C.O. will be able to co-ordinate his sections in the attack and defence of Senny's 20+ buildings and surrounding woodland across the three day operation.

With constant gameplay, both day and night, it's going to be a combination of focus, endurance and strategic planning that will decide the victor.


To determine the future governance of Great Britain; Royal decree or the Public voice you will decide, with your life.




Constant safe zone and sleeping areas will be open at all times for a chance to get heads down or have a pause from the battle.

On site shop and gun maintenance areas will also be available to stock up on the much needed ammo and pyro to clear the buildings, or to fix any guns that may go down.


The lads from Swindon Airsoft will be running their store at the event so you will get a chance to pick up new toys and try them out first hand or grab last minute magazines or tac-lights for the night ops.





Arrive from 0900 on 06.04.2012

Depart by 1700 08.04.2012



£85 p/p



ROYALIST - 100 max.

_DPM + civvy



_Multi-Cam only



Players are assigned roles in the game



The only players that can revive hit players before their 5 minute bleed out and re-spawn time.



Engineers are required to disarm IED’s and repair knocked out vehicles.


Hi Caps:

Only designated support gunners are allowed unlimited hi-cap magazines.



All other squad members are only permitted 1 standard hi-cap (this does not mean two Hi-Caps stacked up or super size Hi-Caps) or unlimited mid-caps.



The Parliament force is at reinforced company strength.

They have a rifle company of 90 men.

An Engineering Platoon of 30 men.

A medical Platoon of 30 men and materials for a forward aid station (spawn point).



The Royalist force is at company strength.

They have medics integrated into each of their sections.

They have engineers integrated into their sections.


Every time a player is forced to go back to respawn they will have to put a token in a box (both kept at their spawn point) to tally their death, so that at the end of the weekend a body count can be assessed and add towards the campaign events.


Across the weekend of fighting, each force will be given multiple, REAL WORLD objectives that need to be completed and will rapidly discover that they do not have the men to carry out the tasks required… mistakes will be made… people will die… this is civil war… this is war for our HOMELAND!






[email protected] with any questions



[email protected] with the name of the event and the side you are booking into as the subject;


i.e. subject: Homeland/Royalist


Then names and numbers in body of the email.




Anyone seen to be flaunting the above rules or trying to get around them in order to give them any kind of advantage will be dealt with severely. We retain the right to remove anyone from the game acting in an un-sportsman like manner, seen cheating, being aggressive towards others and/or staff members, badgering marshals over hit taking and anything WE deem inappropriate behaviour. We want to keep it clean and fun for everyone so anyone not adhering to these rules will be asked to leave with NO REFUND.

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We Have had to relax the camo rules for the Parliament forces to include Desert DPM as well, we hope this makes life a little easier for all those who have got in touch with us asking for this ;)

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Site Visit & Further info:

Kim and I went to check out the Senny FIBUA site on Monday in order to recce the place and plan where people will go and game details. We had two occasions where the army nearly took the event away from us! which meant heart attacks all round as we figured out how to save it for all those coming from overseas. Luckily a few phones calls from the camp Commandant and the IBS were out and Homeland was back on, and we were after new underpants and pacemakers!

To answer your FAQs for this event;

- We are able to get on site from the Thursday evening and set up camp in preparation for the Friday start. We ask you to arrive from 5pm onwards and have your player numbers with you so we can tick you off the manifest and make sure your not trying to sneak in unpaid!


- No running water. Its a case of byo drinking water or buy from the store.


- There will be hot food there courtesy of a Turkish fella selling Italian scran (go figure). He will also have booze, and soft drinks and all that stuff so your welcome to byo or use his van.


- We can't have any smokes inside the buildings as they will scorch the floor and we won't be able to use it ever again, or walk probably! So this is a very strict one. Smokes will be fine outside just not inside. Not what we'd like but thems the rules. Regular grenades are allowed inside; flashbangs, powder, pea, tornado etc. up to MK 5 charge.


- Our playing area is slightly different from the ones mailed out in the welcome packs, which means a new one will be made available asap with updated game info in them re: refugee rescue etc.


- We have paramedic cover for the whole event that can stabilise anything serious for medi-vac or to treat on site, injury dependant. If all those with qualified first aid cam email me ([email protected]) so we can make a note of who you are.


- We have plenty of camping space both in side and out so bring appropriate gear; cot beds, bed rolls, tents, pillows, duvets etc. It will be cold as the buildings are not air tight and may well be wet. Some of the floors inside were one big puddle! Hopefully it will be dry by then but just in case be prepared for cold, wet conditions, it is Wales after all!


I think that is everything covered. I'm sure I'll get 2000 questions asking the same sort of thing so if you have one search around the groups to see if its been asked and answered somewhere already to prevent my brain from exploding.



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He will also have booze


Not to rain on your parade, aren't mod sites alcohol free?

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