EASTWIND II - 14-22 March, 2009

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EASTWIND II - 14-22 March, 2009

Postby coyote » Wed Aug 13, 2008 9:43 pm

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Status – Urgent
Classification: DECLASSIFIED
To: NATO and EAST BLOC forces.


Build-up for Operation EASTWIND II has initiated.

When:
OPERATION EASTWIND II will commence on 14 March 2009 and conclude on 22 March 2009. *

Location:
Near Columbia, Missouri.

Cost:
200.00$ USD. (Includes field fees, mess accommodations (meals), and up to 9 days of the most immersive airsoft game held in North America. This means there are no other on-site expenses. $200 covers you the entire 9 days - no hidden gotcha fees at all)


Registration Information:

Full term Registration begins 01 SEP 08.

Partial term Registration will begin 01 DEC 08.

There will only be ~50 open-registration slots per team. (Not counting commmand staff - total player cap set at ~130)

*Remember, you do don't have to come for the whole nine days (Although we'd like to see you in the field as long as you want to stay for!) you can register for as long or as short of a stay as you want. However, we are giving preference to those that wish to be there the whole time.

Additional registration information will be released closer to registration opening.

Travel Accommodations:
AIR Transport
Accessible via Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in St. Louis, MO ( http://www.flystl.com/) and Kansas City International Airport in Kansas City, MO. (http://www.flykci.com/)
RAIL Transport
Accessible via AMTRAK (www.amtrak.com) at St. Louis’s Union Station, St. Louis, MO and Kansas City’s Union Station, Kansas City, MO.
If using the above options, contact us and we will work transport to the EASTWIND II field.

Shipping Accommodations:
Pre/post-game shipping arrangements for gear/guns can be made upon request by those participants traveling by air/rail who do not wish to carry them abroad.

For additional information including gear requirements, rules and regulations and registration information please visit us online at http://www.operationeastwind.com

* While you are welcome to attend for as long as you wish between these dates, you do not have to come for the whole time to attend as a player. However, the price will be the same for one day or all nine.




Now that was the story my grandfather told,
As he sat by the fire all withered and old.
"Remember," said he, "that the Irish fight well,
But the Russian artillery's hotter than Hell." - The Kerry Recruit
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Postby coyote » Mon Sep 01, 2008 10:11 am

Sorry for the short notice. First East Wind train event.


Light Leaders Course/Warrior Basic Course
SEP 20 & 21, Saturday 8:30 am til Sunday noon
Weston, Missouri

Address: 17635 Lober Rd. Weston Mo, 64098 (Google or map quest it)


One Shepherd will combine these two training events into a single weekend. This is the first time we've done this and we're expecting a synergetic enhancement of the training.

You may participate in one, not both because they run simultaneously.

Which to attend? One Shepherd recommends that if you have never attended the Warrior Basic Course (WBC) then you should attend that first. However, depending on the needs and requirements of your group or organization, you may attend the Light Leaders Course (LLC) first. Listed below are the curriculum for both.

[size=18pt]WBC:[/size]
1st Round-Robin Cycle
[2hr]
IMT
    • Low Crawl
    • High Crawl
    • Modified Crawl
    • Rush
Traveling Techniques
    • File/Staggered File
    • Traveling Overwatch
    • Bound & Overwatch
Hand & Arm Signals
Spot Report
    • SALUTE
2nd Round-Robin Cycle [2hr]
Hasty Attack
Break Contact
React to Ambush
Security Postures
    • Security Halt
    • Patch to Road
Fireteam Maneuver Lane [2hr]
Night Patrol Lane [4hr] – Link up with LLC
Tactical Communications [1hr] – Link up with LLC
    Radio Procedure
    • Phonetic Alphabet
    • COI/Encrypting
    • Field Phones
Squad Maneuver Lane [2hr] – Link up with LLC
Decision-Making [30min] – Link up with LLC
    TLP
    • OODA
    • RPD
    • BDM
    • METT-TC
    • OCOKA
AAR [30min] – Link up with LLC
    The Plan
    • The Performance
    • The Issues
    • The Fix

[size=18pt]LLC: [/size]
[b]Combat Orders
    [2hr]
    • WARNO
    • OPORD
    • Mission-O
    • FRAGO
Land Navigation [2hr]
    Map Reading
    • Compass
    • Pace Count
Daytime Navigation Lane [2hr]
Nighttime Navigation Lane [4hr] – Link up with WBC
Tactical Communications [1hr] – Link up with WBC
    Radio Procedure
    • Phonetic Alphabet
    • COI/Encrypting
    • Field Phones
Squad Maneuver Lane [2hr] – Link up with WBC
Decision-Making [30min] – Link up with WBC
    TLP
    • OODA
    • RPD
    • BDM
    • METT-TC
    • OCOKA
AAR [30min] – Link up with WBC
    The Plan
    • The Performance
    • The Issues
    • The Fix


The fee for either the WBC or the LLC is $50. Yes, that is the Student Leadership Program price...and no you don't need to be a member. This event is open to the community.

You may either register online at http://www.1shepherd.com/schedule/default.aspx or you may simply reply on the related post on the EW forum and pay in cash on site. Either way, we need a headcount.

The LAST DAY TO REPLY/REGISTER is Friday, September 12th!
Now that was the story my grandfather told,
As he sat by the fire all withered and old.
"Remember," said he, "that the Irish fight well,
But the Russian artillery's hotter than Hell." - The Kerry Recruit
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Postby coyote » Mon Sep 22, 2008 6:48 pm

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For more information please visit: http://www.operationeastwind.com/ebbwc.html

What:
East Bloc Basic Warrior Course for Operation EASTWIND II.

When:
Oct 25 1100 - Oct 26 1100

Where:
AO – Near Fulton, Missouri. (Map link)

How much:
30.00$USD – Covers instruction, accommodations and meals for 2 days! (Payment to be made at the event. See registration section below for details.)

Information:
In advance of Operation:EASTWIND II, we are hosting one of our East Bloc Basic Warrior Courses (BWC) to help get those people who are participating in EASTWIND II a chance to “get their feet wet” in the Eastwind waters (so to speak). This course is both challenging and informative and previous attendees have had nothing but good things to say about how the East Bloc Basic Warrior Course gave them a base of knowledge from which to operate during EASTWIND I.

The course will consist of instruction in a wide variety of topics with which the basic troop will find useful such as:

1. Basic Soviet Military Doctrine and Leadership Philosophy.
2. Basic Soviet Military Drill/Ceremony. (eg. How to form up, column movement, basic uniform wear/care)
3. Basic fighting positions, their construction and implementation.
4. Soviet style rations and mess procedures.
5. Personal Battle Equipment. (eg. Gear, what goes where, how to use it.)
6. Battle movement and formations. (eg. Squad movement and tactics).
7. Patrolling with your combat load. (eg. Load all the gear up and move out!)
8. Battle Drills. (eg. Movement to contact, assaulting, defending)
9. Soviet night vision equipment use and night fighting techniques.

What you will need.
While we would like everyone to have as much of their kit for EASTWIND II together and ready for the BWC, we do understand that not everyone has found everything yet, or maybe you’re that person who is “on the line” about doing the Soviet/Eastwind thing.

Those that have the correct East Bloc gear for EWII should bring that - those that do not but want to see what being an East Bloc Soldat is all about just need to make sure they have the below items.

Your usual airsofting gear plus:
Uniform of some type.
Black boots (no tennis shoes)
Sleeping bag or blanket.
Rain gear (poncho preferred)
Mess kit
Capacity to carry at least 2 liters of water. Camelback, canteens, whatever.
Knife
Flashlight
Pen and paper
Radio
Head cover (hat, helmet, bandanna etc)


This course is designed for both experience Eastwinders and Beginners alike. There will be something for everyone and even if you’ve attended a BWC in the past, we encourage you to come on out to this one. There’s been a lot of information added since last year and lots of “lessons learned” that will be applied to the new round of BWC/LLC’s.

This will also be a great opportunity to test out how well all your gear works. It’s always a good time when we hit the field. Learning and fun, the EASTWIND way!

Registration:
We need to know how many will be there so we can plan food and lodging needs.
To Register for the BWC, ebbwcreg@operationeastwind.com
Payment can be made at the BWC.
For more information or to contact us go to http://www.operationeastwind.com
Now that was the story my grandfather told,
As he sat by the fire all withered and old.
"Remember," said he, "that the Irish fight well,
But the Russian artillery's hotter than Hell." - The Kerry Recruit
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Postby coyote » Mon Oct 13, 2008 8:45 pm

What: East Bloc Light Leaders course

Where: Cedar Creek Creek Ranger district Mark Twain National forest

    Directions to Cedar Creek

    Take I-70 to Exit 137 and take J highway south through Millersburg continuing till you come to County road 354.

    Turn right on 354 and follow it as it becomes narrower and narrower you will eventually come to a dead end with a turnaround. This is where we will be operating.

When: Nov 8th 08:00 am – Nov 9th 13:00 (Driving in and camping Friday night is encouraged.)

How much: Cost for this event is $30 and includes all meals.

Overview: This course is aimed at players seeking to take leadership positions in East Bloc milsim events as well as players or simply students of military history who seek to have a greater understanding of how East Bloc leadership styles and skills differ from the more common US pattern typically employed. Through lecture and practical application using proper Eastern Bloc gear attendees of this course will gain an understanding of the following:


    How the officer corps of an East Bloc army differs from their western counterparts. The advantages and disadvantages of both systems as well as how to apply the particular advantages the Soviet model provides to their own applications.

    How mission planning differs from a Western army and how to correctly plan a mission using the East Bloc model. The advantages and disadvantages of both styles of planning will be contrasted as well as how to maximize and make the greatest use of the East Bloc model.

    How to navigate using Soviet compasses, Soviet maps and Soviet map tools. Practical application portions of this will cover both daytime and night time portions and will again seek to teach you how to play the advantages of the Soviet system to your favor while minimizing the disadvantages.

    Basic communication skills and doctrine will be taught showing you how to utilize Soviet field telephone equipment as well as how to clearly and effectively communicate using radios.

    Participants will understand the reasoning behind the scientific approach to warfare the Soviets use and will learn how to practically apply this as well as norms to their own mission planning and execution.


During the course, participants will be quartered in correct Soviet era tents and will be fed proper and correct Soviet model A ration meals. (and yes, the food is very good). This not only demonstrates more of the Soviet model in action, it also helps to provide an immersive atmosphere and improves the overall experience for the participants.


To attend this course participants will only need their $30 entry fee and this fairly minimal gear list:

    Sleeping gear (sleeping bag, pillow, teddy bear, whatever)

    Clothing and boots suitable for the outdoors/appropriate for the weather. You do not want to walk in the woods wearing shorts and sandals if it is hailing.

    The ability to carry at least 1 liter of water with you when you leave camp. (canteen or even just a water bottle)



We encourage those who have Eastern bloc uniforms and gear to bring and wear their gear but do not require you to do so.

Registration:
We need to know how many will be there so we can plan food and lodging needs.
To Register for the LLC, email ebcommander@operationeastwind.com
Payment can be made at the LLC.
For more information or to contact us go to http://www.operationeastwind.com

*********************
for the NATO guys.
*********************


East Wind II NATO Fieldcraft Weekend I - Leader Basic Course

What: This is the first in a series of training opportunities for those interested in attending Eastwind II. This is a great opportunity to test equipment, exercise your skills, and get information not previously offered, based on lessons learned from Eastwind I.

Event Cost is $25.00

When: November 8-9, 2008 (Check-in 8:00 AM)

Where: Cedar Creek – Mark Twin National Forest, near Columbia, MO

Driving Directions to Cedar Creek

Take I-70 to Exit 137 and take J highway south through Millersburg contuinuing till you come to County road 354.

Turn right on 354 and follow it as it becomes narrower and narrower. Once you have made a few sharp turns and you are no longer passing any cabins or houses start looking for a pull in parking area on the right hand side just 500 meters before the road dead ends in a turnaround. Depending upon local conditions we will use either the parking area or the turnaround so if you see nobody at one place, just check the other.

Required Items

-Minimum of 2 complete uniforms in designated pattern
-Minimum 2 changes of underwear
-Minimum of 4 pairs of socks (no cotton)
-Warm hat
-Warmth layer (fleece etc)
-Long johns or poly pro (no cotton)
-Soft cap (booney, patrol, baseball cap, whatever)
-Helmet (PASGT or US M1 with Woodland cover – GER BW use appropriate version)
-Quality boots (USGI Black leather preferred - no tennis shoes)
-Military sleeping bag (no red Yosemite Sam sleeping bags)
-Sleeping pad
-Rain Gear (recommend Gore-Tex)
-Ruck sack of military design with capacity at least equal to a medium ALICE pack
-Load bearing gear (LC2 or LBV)
-GMRS Radio with a minimum output of 3 watts. (NO VOX, NO TONES, NO THROAT MICS)
-Batteries for above radio (changed 1X every 24 hours or minimum 2 1000MAH or -bigger rechargeables + charger)
-Wristwatch
-Entrenching tool, a mattock, a machete, or a hatchet (military type only)
-Knife
-Capacity to carry at least 2 liters of water
-Canteen with canteen cup. USGI for American troops, West German for German troops etc.
-Compass (to be carried at all times on load bearing gear) (Recommend quality compass)
-Military type flashlight w/red lens (can be had for < $3 at Mil outlet)
-Personal first aid kit
-Personal care kit: (Soap, razor, toothbrush/toothpaste, nail clippers, towel etc)
-Sewing kit (hand sewing needles, OD, Tan and Black thread, assortment of pins or safetypins)
-Boot care kit (black Kiwi polish, cotton cloths, buffing brush, leather dye/boot black)
-Equipment care kit (100MPH tape, 550/para cord, detergent, clean cloths/shop rags)
-Personal shelter (shelter half tent, or other military tent)

Leader Basic Course - Program of Instruction

Saturday, 08 November
0800 – 0900 Check-in and provisions issue
-Issue MREs
-Pre-combat Inspection (PCI) (check for required items)
-Conduct event briefings

0900 – 1000 Drill & Ceremony for leaders
-Formation
-Inspection
-Guard Mount

1000 – 1100 Hand & Arm Signals

1100 – 1200 Land Navigation
-Map Reading
-OCOKA
-Compass
-Pace Count

1300 – 1600 Daytime Land Navigation Lane
-Participants separate into elements/teams
-Teams navigate to assigned points
-Teams set up patrol bases, and return to TOC/Training area

1600 – 1700 Squad Time

1700 - 1900 Combat Orders
-Warning Order (WARNO)
-Operations Order (OPORD)
-Mission Order (MIS-O)
-Fragmentary Order (FRAGO)

1900 – 2000 Write and issue orders for night mission

2000 - 2400 Nighttime Navigation Lane
-Elements move out to established patrol bases
-Element maintans 50% security for the entire night
-Radio checks every 2 hours
-Night patrol

Sunday, 09 November
0700 – 0900 Elements Pack Equipment & Return to TOC/Training area

0900 – 1000 Tactical Communications
-Radio Procedure
-Phonetic Alphabet
-Phonetic Numbers
-COI/Encrypting
-Field Phones

1000 – 1030 Decision-Making
-TLP
-OODA
-RPD
-BDM
-METT-TC

1030 – 1130 Equipment Care and Maintenance
-Cleaning boots and equipment
-Basic sewing
-Shining boots

1130 – 1200 AAR
-The Plan
-The Performance
-The Issues
-The Fix

1200 ENDEX

Registration
Indicate that you intend to attend this event by replying to this topic on the EW web site.
Participants may pay on-site.
Now that was the story my grandfather told,
As he sat by the fire all withered and old.
"Remember," said he, "that the Irish fight well,
But the Russian artillery's hotter than Hell." - The Kerry Recruit
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Postby coyote » Mon Oct 13, 2008 8:48 pm

Operation Eastwind announces Leadership picks and a new kid on the “bloc”.

An army is only as good as the leadership it has. Operation:EASTWIND is no different. That’s why this year at Operation: EASTWIND II, both NATO and Soviet forces will be headed by leaders who can step up and fill their roles.

Starting off, the NATO forces will be led by James Keyser-Andre aka “Chip”. Chip brings a lot to the table when it comes to Eastwind. He served as NATO’s S3 last year at Operation:EASTWIND and this year will serve as the commanding officer of NATO forces in the field. Chip is an active member in Mid-Missouri Airsoft http://www.midmoairsoft.com.
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Chip brings a lot to the table. Here he is pictured at Operation:EASTWIND I talking strategy with other troops.
The Soviet side of things will be led by Matt Cardinale, aka “Cardz”. Cardz is a member of the St. Louis Airsoft Players http://stlouisairsoftplayers.com and has attended nearly every Soviet Training Operation as well as Eastwind I and other Eastwind related events. Last year, Cardz served as the East Bloc forces Intelligence Officer. He brings a zeal for the East Bloc side of things that is exactly what is needed from a commanding officer.
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Cardz is a member of the St. Louis Airsoft Players and has a wide variety of Eastwind Leadership experience. He served as the East Bloc intell officer last year.
Operation: EASTWIND is a revolutionary idea for airsoft. It is literally airsoft and reenacting combined. The forces structure is no different. This year, East Bloc forces will once again be incorporating the “brothers in arms” concept and will have a dedicated unit of East German Nationale Volksarmee (NVA) troops in addition to the standard Russian troops. This group of dedicated troops will be headed by Steven Staggenborg aka “Stagg” of the Kansas City Airsoft Association http://www.kcairsoft.com. Stagg has “defected” to the East Bloc from his service to Eastwind last year as NATO’s Company 1st Sergeant. He made this decision because there was an opportunity to rise to a challenge on the East Bloc side. He also sees it as a good way to show people that the “roles” are not always set in stone. Stagg proves that the only player entrenched in any one role will be the one who is dug into a fighting position during those blustery days in March that we’re in the field.
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New kid on the “bloc”. By stepping up to the role of NVA commander, Stagg proves that everyone’s “roles” are not set in stone. See an opportunity, step up and fill it, regardless of which “side” its on.
Everyone wears different hats at different times in the execution of Operation:EASTWIND and this year will be no different. We look forward to seeing what Stagg can do in this new role and we know that he’ll be a great addition to the East Bloc. Regardless of the outcome, its certain that each of these three men will be tested in a wide variety of ways as they work to lead troops in the field. Most importantly, they’ll get tested the Eastwind way!

For more information or to register for Operation:EASTWIND II, visit the official Eastwind website at http://www.operationeastwind.com for updates, information, requirements, forums and more.
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Postby coyote » Thu Oct 16, 2008 9:39 pm

Full and Partial Term Registration is open for East Bloc Soldats.

Full Term is defined as all 9 days. If you are going to be there for less than the entire 9 days it is considered Partial Term.

Partial Term Soldats may split their time, if prearranged. Examples of this would be:
1) You can make it to the first weekend but cannot stay straight through to the following weekend but instead could come back on Thursday.
2) You have finals on Wednesday but can be there Saturday to Tuesday and then come back for Thursday muster in.

This must be prearranged and approved by East Wind II Administration. This is not a chance to go to a motel one night, just because. This is in order to facilitate your maximum attendance by working around real life.


To register, go to:
http://www.operationeastwind.com/index2.html
Scroll down to "Eastwind Registration" and click on East Bloc registration button.
Now that was the story my grandfather told,
As he sat by the fire all withered and old.
"Remember," said he, "that the Irish fight well,
But the Russian artillery's hotter than Hell." - The Kerry Recruit
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Re: EASTWIND II - 14-22 March, 2009

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Re: EASTWIND II - 14-22 March, 2009

Postby peteralan » Sat Jul 29, 2017 4:30 am

An army is only as good as the leadership it has. Operation:EASTWIND is no different. That’s why this year at Operation: EASTWIND II, both NATO and Soviet forces will be headed by leaders who can step up and fill their roles.
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