Recruitment advert for Vietnam living history re-enactors

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Rogue
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Recruitment advert for Vietnam living history re-enactors

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"VIETNAM RE-ENACTMENT"
The Marine 3rd Force Recon Company USMC Reenactment-Living History Group,
Are looking for a few good men to join their Third Platoon,
To conduct Reconnaissance Patrols in Charlies back yard.
We are also recruiting for an NVA/ VC Unit,
Uniform/Kit will be of a correct high level,
All new members must attend three training weekends before attending any battles.

Contact:
rogue_norfolk@hotmail.com

or visit our website at:
http://3rd-force-recon.mysite.wanadoo-members.co.uk/
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Scraggles

Post by Scraggles »

Looks like a bunch of gunho airsofters :)

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Post by Rogue »

Sorry we aren't airsofters!

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

We are a living history / re-enactment group to be exact.

As for gunho well the name of the game is Reconnaissance or putting it another way is being sneaky...

The teams arent big enough for contacts with charlie as the more men in the teams,
means the more chance of being found or seen so thats why we operate in small teams....

so we arent gunho neither!

But thanks for the reply!

:D
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Post by medievalisboring »

IIIIIIINNNNNCOMMMMMINNNNNNG!!!!!!!!!!

How many Vietnam War vets does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

You don't know? OF COURSE YOU DON'T KNOW! YOU WEREN'T THERE, MAN!!!
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Post by steve stanley »

What's the problem..these guys seem to be aiming for a good level of kit authenticity & whats the difference between "Gung-ho Airsofters" & Wannabe Errol Flynns?
Steve

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steve stanley wrote:What's the problem..these guys seem to be aiming for a good level of kit authenticity & whats the difference between "Gung-ho Airsofters" & Wannabe Errol Flynns?
Steve
Well said, we all have eras we are drawn to. We are all re-enactors and should support each other as such.

WW 8)

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WhiteWolf wrote:
steve stanley wrote:What's the problem..these guys seem to be aiming for a good level of kit authenticity & whats the difference between "Gung-ho Airsofters" & Wannabe Errol Flynns?
Steve
Well said, we all have eras we are drawn to. We are all re-enactors and should support each other as such.

WW 8)
Well said each to their own i say.

Must admit if i didnt reenact WW2, Vietnam would be the one for me where else can you look 100% correct on display listening to good music drinking beer and a smoking a spliff :lol:
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Here's your newest member...

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