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drkmouse

IRONWOLVES    think it was 2002 ( was real sick then  memery hazy LOL )

was late 2001 decbmer  if i remebr correct

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hillstorm

I think I first played around 2012 or so, and only logged in very sporadically. 

Joined Feldjager in 2016 and started playing regularly. 

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pfmosquito

Joined in 2001 right after the game was released, thanks to a heads up by xohorvath.  I was pfmosq in those days, in the 101st Abn with Splinter as CO, as none of my Pathfinder clan (Rainbow 6) came to the game.  Took a long break to write a book or two and came back, again, thanks to xohorvath.

I'm still looking for zenbreak, one of the coolest cats I ever played alongside.

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playtime

My first night playing our game I joined the squad named - The White Falcons in 2001 so  many nice players but I don't know of anyone left from it.

Salute to all...……….

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snipey
On 6/14/2019 at 9:35 AM, tsb said:

June 6 2001 with Section 2 and Dr. Cairo. 

2001 on my Dad's account, 2002 on my own account. I joined section II and just played rifleman. I miss Dr. Cairo, Dajammer, Scottman, and all those guys. I think Scottman still is floating around on the allied side sometimes?

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ian77
On 6/17/2019 at 7:38 PM, snipey said:

2001 on my Dad's account, 2002 on my own account. I joined section II and just played rifleman. I miss Dr. Cairo, Dajammer, Scottman, and all those guys. I think Scottman still is floating around on the allied side sometimes?

Dajammer - now there is a name from the past. I remember running out and back from towns with him to blow FBs before trucks could resupply. 

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rico77

Can't recall exact year I first joined but do recall the first squad I joined, the Royal Green Jackets. IRON13 was the CO for that squad. He left the game many years ago to write some screenplays for television. I left for break shortly after. Came back (my account shows) in July of 2012. Joined a squad called the Pathfinders (best squad in the game by the way).

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pfmosquito

@rico77 good to see you!  Get back in the game and I'll get you right back into the Path where you belong!

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ouwd

2002 helped form 11th hussars. still playing with squad

 

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diamondd

2002 the first time I played. joined the 94th

anyone remember riding on the wing of a plane, landing in a town to cap it?

Fun times!!

 

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Poker
On 28/06/2019 at 10:47 AM, ouwd said:

2002 helped form 11th hussars. still playing with squad

 

ouwd

2003, first squad was the 11th Hussars with UK legends such as m1ck (my recruiter), mudders, wdwm & ouwd (hey mate!).

Co-founded the QRR in 2005 and then the 13th Infantry Regiment in 2007. Have enjoyed several tours in AHC on the map and have met many great people. Although finding time to play with any regularity is difficult these days, I still hold this dear old game close to my heart.

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zimmer

2001 9th SS Hohenstaufen

 

2003 1st Lithuanian Brigade "Iron Wolves"

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kgwiking

2001 , CO of Kampfgruppe Wiking as Vonik (this account is my Builder's, I forgot the password of the original Vonik)

Great times with massive cooperations with our friends of the Vasquez' 7.ID , Osasto Lagus and ZemanCZ's Czechoslovak Panzerbrigade. The CSPB was impressive in their specialization on hunting and tracking Mats with PZ38 :)

However my best and most vivid recollaction of those great years was DEADLOCK's 94th.

I remember one day when I logged on early around 13:00 CET (did DEADLOCK ever sleep ?) and as only 10-20 Wikings were OL, we joined Channel 94. We started in Ciney with a Panzer column of some 60 Panzers and a dozen of trucks with infantery. As the day advanced more and more players were joining us. Around midnight after 10 hours of non stop combat, the column was over 100 Panzers strong, followed by trucks towing ATGs with infantery and even a few dozens 109s flying CAP over us (Axis air has always been outnumbered since Day1)  we were already South of Brussels and started attacking it.

I was exhausted so had to log off but I have seen next day that Brussels has fallen too. A really exhilarating and addicting experience which had everything what WWIIOL was about - motivating leadership, huge combined arms battles and plenty of friends around.

A special mention to Dinker and his 3.PzG with whom I often played when I had my (European) morning free. What an exceptionnal leader and organizer he was !

 

Vonik , KGW CO (ret.)

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blipoop

June 24th, 2006. I believe it was Horkesh who discovered me running around as a rifleman at Aarschot - Diest FB with a Rifleman. I was recruited into 22nd Mech and had some great times with them and made great friends.

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anlashok

Back in 2004 and La Garde Imperiale.

 

My one and only squad. I miss those guys (Badger, Eggert, Bable, Tuominen...), not many of us around these days.

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N8

09 or 10 - I can't remember lol

Iron Wolves, 1LB

S! 

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gavalink

2002 with a different account and game name- Panzer Lehr. I found out about the game from a review in MacWorld.

 

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Boudreau

July 2002, Iron Wolves (1LB).  S!

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pickering4

June 6th 2001 ( well actually before that with the squad)

 

31st wrecking crew

 

Came from some RTS squad thing called chain of command I think back in the day. Someone said check out this game it's awesome.

 

Now I came back after 10-15 years and finally have the ram to fly! 

 

 

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slamen

june 13 2001- 84th railsplitters

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axeinc
On ‎17‎-‎12‎-‎2019 at 2:07 PM, kgwiking said:

2001 , CO of Kampfgruppe Wiking as Vonik (this account is my Builder's, I forgot the password of the original Vonik)

Great times with massive cooperations with our friends of the Vasquez' 7.ID , Osasto Lagus and ZemanCZ's Czechoslovak Panzerbrigade. The CSPB was impressive in their specialization on hunting and tracking Mats with PZ38 :)

However my best and most vivid recollaction of those great years was DEADLOCK's 94th.

I remember one day when I logged on early around 13:00 CET (did DEADLOCK ever sleep ?) and as only 10-20 Wikings were OL, we joined Channel 94. We started in Ciney with a Panzer column of some 60 Panzers and a dozen of trucks with infantery. As the day advanced more and more players were joining us. Around midnight after 10 hours of non stop combat, the column was over 100 Panzers strong, followed by trucks towing ATGs with infantery and even a few dozens 109s flying CAP over us (Axis air has always been outnumbered since Day1)  we were already South of Brussels and started attacking it.

I was exhausted so had to log off but I have seen next day that Brussels has fallen too. A really exhilarating and addicting experience which had everything what WWIIOL was about - motivating leadership, huge combined arms battles and plenty of friends around.

A special mention to Dinker and his 3.PzG with whom I often played when I had my (European) morning free. What an exceptionnal leader and organizer he was !

 

Vonik , KGW CO (ret.)

I remember you as and great CO for KGW.

Remember the squadnighe we has and all the fun

Hoping you enjoy life and is in good health and all the best to you

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