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WAR PLAN RED

War Plan Red is the war plan created during the interwar period if the British Empire were to declare war on the United States. After the initial British invasion, a small company of US forces attacked a small town just on the US / Canadian border, to spearhead into the country.
Due to a much bigger invasion just east in the town of Halifax, where a large port is, there are little to no British or Canadian armed forces in the town.

However, a large force of the newly formed Canadian Militia there to protect less advantageous strongholds. These forces are more rag-tag, but are getting military aid in the form of weapons and ammo caches.
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FACTIONS

United States Forces :
- Any current use camouflage patterns such as:
- OCP / Multicam (Original Pattern Only)
- AOR1 / AOR 2
- Desert MARPAT / Woodland MARPAT

Exceptions :
- Black
- UCP
- NO M81 (Woodland)

Canadian Militia :
- Any non-US current use camouflage patterns
- M81 (Woodland)
- Solid Color Uniforms (NO BLACK)
- Civilian Clothes
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ORGANIZATION

Each team will be assigned a commander who will funnel all task and objective information down to players on their faction. Squads and squad leaders will be picked amongst players in each faction and confirmed through each team commander and the event organizer.

Schedule :

1000 Hours (10:00 AM)
- Check-In & Chronograph
1130 Hours (11:30 AM)
- Team Briefs
1200 Hours (12:00 PM)
- Event Starts
1800 Hours (06:00 PM)
- Event Ends
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COST

$ 20.00 - Gate Registration

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RULES

All standard Mercer Airsoft Center rules will apply with a few exceptions.

Each squad will be assigned a medic who has the ability to medic wounded players without the use of a mock tourniquet or bandage.

All other players have the ability to use a mock tourniquet or bandage to medic wounded players. Each player is allowed to have one tourniquet or bandage on their person.
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