DAK

Once again, the La Plata Troop and Ouray Troop mobilized tanks to Arizona in  March 2015.  In spite of temperatures in the low 90’s, our Mountain troops racked up several “kills”  in desert fighting.  The DAK crew were all wonderful hosts, we thank them for their hospitality and friendship.

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Both units of the Western Slope Division, La Plata Troop, and Ouray Troop,  mobilized tanks to Arizona in March, 2014 to escape snow and mud for a weekend battle in the sun.  The battles were fun and temperatures in the 70s were a relief for our frozen toes.  Here are some pictures from the trip to the DAK battlefield.

WDS Abrams and Leopard battle as a team.

WSD Abrams and Leopard battle as a team.

a hunting Abrams

a hunting Abrams

Abrams covers Leo

Abrams covers Leo

Leopard advancing

Leopard advancing

Stug throws a track.

Stug throws a track.

Two tankers in the heat of battle

Two tankers in the heat of battle

Some of the DAK club tanks

Some of the DAK club tanks

kids n tanks

kids in a sandbox

Kids and toys

Kids and toys

The desert takes it's toll.

The desert takes it’s toll.

Kids battle for victory

Kids battle for victory

 

 


 

Ouray Troop went south to the desert  in Feb. 2013 to battle with the DAK crew.  It was our first venture to meet those guys and we had a great time.  We even bought t-shirts!

DAK tanks waiting to battle

DAK tanks waiting to battle

battle in the open desert

battle in the open desert

DAK battlefield

DAK battlefield

busted track

busted track

 

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