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The Great Escape @ GF Outdoor Field, NJ

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#1 GodfatherGabe

  • Location:Green Brook, NJ

Posted 03 July 2012 - 01:01 PM

Godfather Airsoft & Tactical Presents...
The Great Escape
Sunday, July 8, 2012 from 10am-5pm
$25 Entry Fee


GF Airsoft Club
(Look for the Blue Mail Box)

1000- Registration. Chrono. Safety Briefing
1100- Warm Up- Capture the Flag
1200- Capture the POWs
1300- First Escape Attempt
1500- The Great Escape
1600- Invade Nazi Prison Camp
1700- Wrap Up


Stalag Luft III (Stammlager Luft, or POW Camp for Airmen #3) was a Luftwaffe-run prisoner-of-war camp during World War II that housed captured air force servicemen. It was in the German Province of Lower Silesia near the town of Sagan (now Żagań in Poland), 100 miles southeast of Berlin, Germany. The site was selected because it would be difficult to escape by tunneling.

Having expended enormous resources on recapturing escaped Allied prisoners of war (POWs), the Germans move the most determined to a new, high-security prisoner of war camp. The commandant, Luftwaffe Colonel von Luger, tells the senior British officer, Group Capt. Ramsey, "There will be no escapes from this camp." Ramsey replies that it is their duty to try to escape.

After several failed escape attempts on the first day, the POWs settle into life at the prison camp. Gestapo and SD agents bring Squadron Leader Roger Bartlett to the camp and deliver him to von Luger. Known as "Big X," Bartlett is the principal organizer of escapes and Gestapo agent Kuhn orders that he be kept under the most restrictive permanent security confinement. As Kuhn leaves, he warns Bartlett that if he escapes again, he will be shot. Bartlett is then placed with the rest of the POWs, rather than the restrictive holding that Gestapo agent Kuhn had demanded.

Locked up with "every escape artist in Germany", Bartlett immediately plans the greatest escape attempted—tunnels for breaking out 250 prisoners. The intent is to "confuse, confound and harass the enemy" to the point that as many troops and resources as possible will be wasted on finding POWs instead of being used on the front line.

Of 76 escapees, 73 were re-captured.

425 FPS AEG with .20g BB | 525 FPS Sniper Rifle with .20g BB
(sniper distance limit= at least 50 ft)

NOTE: Teams will be seperated based on these uniform sets. If you have friends/family on your team, please dress accordingly with your team mates and abide by the following camo patterns:

Allied Prisoners
Street Clothes | Tan | OD Green | Woodland | Woodland Marpat | Desert Marpat | Multicam

SWAT Black | Grey | ACU | Urban | Tigerstripe | Flecktarn

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