FilmSim Events in association with Gunman Airsoft proudly presents…
Please note: We are no longer offering Saturday only tickets. You are still welcome to leave after Saturday’s gaming has finished if you wish (please let us know if this is your intention to help us with planning), but we’d love very much for you to stay with us and play out the culmination of story events on the Sunday morning if you can.
All tickets are secured with a £35 non-refundable deposit below, balance of £40 to be paid on arrival.
US Troops (Greens)
PAVN (Pith Helmets so the Aussies can join in)
VC (Coolie hats/PJs)
Hi all and welcome to another Namtastic Filmsim airsoft adventure. As with all Filmsim events, there is a theme that we play out with role play and a setting to make it feel like you’re in a movie. This will be no different. Each events missions will follow on from the last and no matter who won the battle historically, we look at these events as something that might of happened even though in the end the victors will be the victors.
Khe Sanh Combat Base was a United States Marine Corps outpost in South Vietnam. The airstrip was built in September 1962. Fighting began there in late April of 1967 known as the “Hill Fights”, which later expanded into the 1968 Battle of Khe Sanh. U.S. commanders hoped that the North Vietnamese Army would attempt to repeat their famous victory at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu, and the battle ended as a failure for the North Vietnamese Army. The defense of Khe Sanh became one of the largest sieges of the war and commanded heavy international attention in the media one of several climactic phases of the Tet Offensive. On July 5, 1968, Khe Sanh was abandoned, the U.S. Army citing the vulnerability of the base to enemy artillery. However, the closure permitted the 3rd Marine Division to construct mobile firebase operations along the northern border area.
1971 Black Ops – 1472 code name Miss Siagon
The Marines have been given orders to push out from their firebases and get intelligence on possible movement near the old airstrip as high command has plans for the army to retake the region and make a full push in the following year.
This operation has a top priority and a Seal team has been dropped behind the lines. This operation is important enough to ask for aid from the reluctant Australian SAS who are looking to withdraw from the conflict. Both units will rendezvous a click away from the target area and begin their sweeps and observations.
An opportunity has presented itself in the form of distraction. Units of combat ready veterans of the 304th are making their way south and using local support from VC operated civilians. The old Khe Sanh airbase still has all its old runs and tunnels near it and all have been maintained.
Both the NVA and the US forces are not aware of each other or each other’s goals but there is a long history of the 3rd marine division and the 304th PAVN regiments.
FREE uniforms available and period correct weapon systems for £25
£75 with a £35 part payment to secure your place
Non-booked players may be accommodated on the day if we are able at a cost of £85
There will be no sat only tickets anymore. If you can only play one day, you can still buy the full event ticket.
We have loads of free loan kit if needed, including guns.
Trip wires and land mines are a huge yes but must be sensible, mk5 only and safely deployed. If a trap is found and defused, leave it there.
Civilians NONE THIS GAME!!!
Commendation – Gold dog tags
Will be awarded via objectives Gold hero tags can’t ever be taken. Wear them with pride;)
Dog tags are kept on soldiers even if they die and regen. STRICT RULE.
All players MUST STAY ON THE GROUND FOR THE 2 MINUTE BLEED OUT….EVEN IF THEY ARE DEAD ‘IF THEY HAVE TAKEABLE DOGTAGS!!!