This listing is for the Desert Force.
The Airsoft Camp 2016 - The Ultimate Airsoft Retreat - Desert Force (August 12th-14th, 2016)
The Airsoft Camp (T.A.C.) is a unique and extraordinary annual Airsoft gaming event taking place in the heart of the Big Bear mountains. T.A.C. features a unique battle ground and serious actions with game play ran by the Evike.com team who organized some of the best scenario gaming events in the country. On top of the battle field, T.A.C. is a VIP event with very limited spots, cabins, 6 meals prepared by a chef, hot running water, shower hall, meal hall, swimming pool, and much more amenities provided. The food alone was just one of the many reasons why T.A.C. fans return annually.
Help us better plan the event by planning ahead and we will give you an experience of a life time! The Airsoft Camp is made possible by the Airsoft Industry for YOU, the Airsoft fans. The Airsoft Camp is a non-profit event is dedicated to sending our next generations at the YMCA to Summer camp!
Enlist the Woodland or Desert Force today! ABOUT:
This is not your ordinary Airsoft event, but an experience of a life time. Camp River Glen is located in the heart of Big Bear Mountains, where it is cool, shaded, clean and a beautiful natural pine tree forest with the perfect terrain to Airsoft! 100% of the proceed of "The Airsoft Camp" will go towards YMCA and the boy scout camp. WHEN:
Friday, August 12, 2016- Sunday, August 14, 2016 WHERE:
Camp River Glen
Seven Oaks Rd
Angelus Oaks, CA 92305 ADMISSION: Minors are allowed to attend, but MUST be accompanied by parent or guardian at all times! Forces:
2, Desert Force and Woodland Force Player Max:
120 (60 Per Force) Field Admission Cost:
This is a non-profit event made possible by our sponsors and Evike.com. Event admission is non-refundable after July 29th, 2016. Please help us keep this event organized, fun-filled and successful. Player Packets will not be mailed out. To participate in the event, please print a copy of your invoice. Admission Includes:
- Six Meals: Friday Night Dinner, Saturday Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Breakfast and Sunday Lunch.
- Airsoft Scenario Battles: Multiple exciting Airsoft Scenario Battles in the Big Bear mountains to sharpen your team-work and survival skills!
- Room & Amenities: Unique historical cabin with bunk bed, electricity, shower, running water and bathroom for a comfortable experience!
- Camp Fire & Raffles: Nightly Camp Fire gathering with Raffles provided by our sponsors!
- CPR / Survival & Basic Land Navation Training Courses: By professional instructors. More info coming soon, actual courses offered may vary at this stage of planning.
- Camping Activities! Optional night games, team building exercises, and more!
- Last but not least, an experience of a life time!
Woodland Force - The Riverians: 60 spots.
Approved Uniform: Woodland Camo, Woodland Marpat, Multicam
Desert Force - The US Special Forces: 60 spots.
Approved Uniform: 3/6 color desert, Desert Marpat, ACU AGENDA: *Subject to change depending on the weather and situation of the events. Friday - August 12, 2016
1500 Check in Begins
2000 Welcome message, and bonfire
2200 Check in CLOSES
2100 Night Game Start
2300 Night Game End Saturday - August 13, 2016
0800 Game Briefing
0900 Game 1 Start
1130 Game 1 End
1300 Classes (First Aid, Land Navigation, and Free Play)
1430 Game 2 Start
1630 Game 2 End
1800 Bon Fire, Games, Raffle
2100 Night Game 2 Start
2300 Night Game 2 End Sunday - August 14, 2016
0900 Game 3 Start
1130 Game 3 End
1200 Lunch, Closing messages and AAR REQUIREMENTS AEG Power Limit: 400fps w/ .25g. Bio Degradable BB's ONLY Sniper Rifle Limit (permanently semi-only): 500fps w/ .25g BBs Full-Seal goggles (no mesh or shooting glasses) Full-Face protection (bandanna, shemagh, balaclava, mask) Barrel Condom (socks and gloves do not count) Red "dead" rag Watch/Timepiece Flashlight Minors must be signed in by their parents on game day FRS/GMRS Radios are required of players who want leadership positions or conduct special missions (ie. snipers) Reminders: Please bring the correct uniforms for this event. Snacks, flashlight, comfortable boots, radio, blanket, spare gun (if possible), spare batteries are highly recommended. Minors must be accompanied by an adult at all times.