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1 SITE RECCE PHOTOS on Tue Sep 22, 2009 1:33 pm

Christina- N.A.G

Command Post
US Command Post

Based on a US firebase from the Vietnamese war, the new Command Post is situated in the far extreme of the site.

Consisting of over, 1000 sandbags, a hundred and sixty 40 gallon oil drums, 15 bunkers, trellises, tank traps, camo nets, Howitzer, Mortar pit and tower.

The four buildings are highly defensible positions offering a "last bastion of hope" to defending forces. Needless to say that taking these buildings is easier said than done and the firefight get real close.

Each of the buildings are different, offering obscure angles of fire, divisions and complexities.

Smoke always adds to the day and offer that little bit of cover for that last desperate charge.

At 338 square foot of maze and boosting an elevated firing position, this new construction offers more choice and cover to the defending team.
We have worked hard to ensure that each building is more than just box, solid divisions stop both the shoot through and grenades.
Detail is important to both the site and it's players, thus everything gets painted and attention to detail with fake barb wire and stencils add to the overall effect.

No fire base would be complete without a Howitzer!
A birds eye view gives you some idea of the size of the CP, I think we might have gone too far!

It’s very difficult to show the size and effort that went into this. Either way this is a very impressive center piece for the site and I’m sure you will all be impressed when you see it.

Last edited by Christina- N.A.G on Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:38 pm; edited 1 time in total (Reason for editing : add info)

2 Camp Bastion on Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:37 pm

Christina- N.A.G

Camp Bastion

Home of the British Special forces at Dorking, Camp Bastion resides in a enclave, surrounded by heavy foilage and fortified wall, bunkers.

The natural terrain offers a fantastic and often furious battle area.

Multiple buildings offer a range of firing angle to both the front and rear of the camp.
The elevated firing position helps close down that back door!

Once you have made the wall...... Only the buildings and surrounding area left to clear!!

The forward wall slows the advance of enemy forces, whist the command post and other building offers a "last stand" for the defenders. Often used as a one part of bigger games.

3 Chapel Village on Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:49 pm

Christina- N.A.G


A new area in Dorking and one that has grown beyond even our plans.... It's true that sometimes a area just gets away from you...

It's in the name... Well we could have got tyres and pallets but we thought you lot would prefer this!

No Chapel is complete without grave stones, but if you are going to use them for cover, they might prove a little small.

This is where we started to lose it!!!! Bay Windows!!!

and then it just grew....

and grew...

and grew!!!

Joking apart, this new area has changed a dull and boring element of one of the larger games into a heated and difficult free fire zone. Not for the faint hearted.

4 more pictures to follow on Tue Sep 22, 2009 5:43 pm

Christina- N.A.G

more pictures to follow of the other structures on site :-)

5 Re: SITE RECCE PHOTOS on Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:29 am



6 Re: SITE RECCE PHOTOS on Thu Sep 24, 2009 12:50 pm


The trick is going to be making the most use of all these set pieces.

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