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Offline cal

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WW2 Reenacter
« on: January 09, 2010, 06:48:28 AM »
Hi. I'm Cal Poirier. I'm a WW2 living history reenacter through the 4-h living history program right now and later this when I reach 18 I want to join a Civil War or WW2 outfit.I currently am reenacting the role of Calvin C. Peters, a fictional member of A Company, 253d. Infantry Regiment, 63d. Infantry Division.

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Re: WW2 Reenacter
« Reply #1 on: January 21, 2010, 08:36:18 PM »
Hello,
 Welcome to WW II Reenacting.Our hobby is needing men like you to help keep the memories alive of The Greatest Generation.
 I feel WW II is far better then CW. I retired from CW over 11 years ago. With Modern reenacting you have a chance to still talk with veterans and learn what the did. They too can help you with your impression. You will find out that you in many ways touch more people lives with 20th Century reenacting.
 Stay with us Willy and Joes of reenacting. The frontline Infantry needs you. If you are in PA around Erie we are always looking for folks like you.

Pat
99th Infantry Division, 393rd Regiment, Easy Co. "Battlebabies"

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Re: WW2 Reenacter
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2010, 05:48:15 AM »
Thanks I would like to know if there is a WW2 US reenacting unit close to western Massachusetts .