Post by fernandez86 on Aug 1, 2008 14:22:13 GMT -5
My squad and I were walking towards objective 001 (bridge) when we diceded to stop drink some water and gear up for an assault. Since this was a third try to take objective 001 we figured they were still holding the other side of the bridge. Little did we know that they set up and ambush on our side of the objective. My squad mate then noticed a tango to our 12 o'clock and my other squad mate noticed another tango to our 5 o'clock. It was at this point the ambush sprung and we all took up a 360 parimater. We all kept our cool and counter acted the ambush allowing us to take objective 001 with ease.
Everybody loves to tell war stories from their favorite games. Swapping stories of derring-do, tactical acumen, luck (good or bad), or abject stupidity are part of this sport we love so well, and the "Tales of Valor" section exists to let people share their fun stories with a wider audience. The more the merrier, right?
We here at Michigan Airsoft love stories, with one caveat - we love good stories. Stories that are well-told, interesting, and entertaining are always welcome here on MIA. Conversely, stories that are not well-told, not interesting, and not entertaining should probably be kept to yourselves.
Good stories are hard to quantify, as people get different things out of their airsoft experiences. Bad stories, however, tend to have much in common with each other. As such, rules are now in place for all stories posted in the "Tales of Valor" forum. Failure to adhere to these rules is grounds for a 7-day ban. You stand forewarned. Rules are as follows:
1) Your account on MIA must be at least 6 months old to post a story in Tales of Valor. If you're new to the community, take a little while to get a feel for the place before jumping in. NOTE: if your account is younger than 6 months old and you have a tale that you feel merits sharing, simply PM me. If I agree with your assessment of its worth, I will gladly post it here on your behalf.
Please use the next 7 days to familiarize yourself with the rules and stickies posted in each section.