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    • The Annual Oklahoma D-Day Event
D-Day 2009
« on: October 31, 2008, 06:53:17 AM »
The dates have been announced for the 12th Annual
Oklahoma D-Day Event, so mark your calenders now.
Event runs between June 8th -14th.  Come and join
us, or just stop by to see what we're all about. 
Re-enactors, as well as visitors welcome.  Last year
this event drew close to 4,000 participants and over
10,000 visitors, plus loads of TV and print media.

Features -

Over 700 acres of rough terrain
Bunkers
Trenches
Fortifications
Bridge
3 Story Church
Crashed Aircraft (C47)
Road network for vehicle travel
Campgrounds complete with RV hookups and showers
On site cafe and gift store
Vendors area
Helicopter overflights
100+ acres of camping area

Event highlights include:
Pofessionally taught Tactical Training Courses
Machinegun shoot
Period armored vehicles
Parade (Friday afternoon)
Costume Contest
British High Tea party (by invitation only)
Guest appearences/book signing by notible WW II Veterans,
includng Jake McNiece, 101st AB, 506th PIR, Hq Company
Demo Squad, acting Sgt. and author of "The Filthy Thirteen."

For more details please either visit the event website -
www.oklahomadday.com, drop me a line or give me a call.


Sincerely,
Andy Van Der Plaats
S-1
Office of the CofS, SHAEF
"in bello, parvis momentis magni casus intercedunt"
Home/Office: 407.563.3884
Cell: 239.410.9632
Email: ADorsai@aol.com


« Last Edit: October 31, 2008, 07:02:11 AM by dorsai »
Andy Van Der Plaats
19520 Cotton Bay
North Fort Myers, FL 33917
Home/Office 407/563-3884

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