Camp Wolverine is a program designed by Operation Lion Claws and John Lu to help guide minors (ages 14-17) and adults who are interested in airsoft in the direction that will prepare them for a better experience at airsoft military simulation (milsim) exercises and events.
Camp Wolverine is run by alumni of the Operation Lion Claws Military Simulation Series (OLCMSS). Camp Wolverine trains and tests candidates based on a comprehensive OLCMSS core rule set and syllabus. Upon successful completion of Camp Wolverine, minors are given clearance to participate in OLCMSS events that are held throughout the United States (unless where prohibited by laws and regulations). Camp Wolverine @ War Den Airsoft is a run-up event to Operation Northern Lights in Trenton, Michigan (June 24-26 2016).
The location of Camp Wolverine @ War Den Airsoft is 6798 LIttle Buckhorn Rd SW, Stone Creek, Ohio 43840. Located just 2 miles off of I77. Camp Wolverine @ War Den Airsoft will be held in conjunction with a Micro Milsim - Manifest Destiny which is an event run by a Lion Claws alumni @ War Den Airsoft.
Registration for this event can be completed online or at the gate. The cost of this event is $25.00. The registration cost covers the patch, challenge coin, access to Camp Wolverine, and access to the Micro Milsim - Manifest Destiny.
As a bonus Master Sargeant (Ret) Richard D Clinton will be joining us and helping out with the clinic. MSG Clinton has also volunteered to speak to us at lunch about his life and experiences. Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity.
Here is a short bio on MSG Clinton.
Master Sergeant (Ret) Richard D Clinton was born and raised in Madison, WI and spent 21 yrs in the Army. The first 10 yrs were in the 75th ranger regiment in the 1st and 3rd Battalion’s. He then completed the special forces selection and qualification process and finished his career in special forces the last 11 years. A few of the schools completed include airborne, ranger, pathfinder, air assault, halo, sniper, advanced sniper, multiple urban combat schools, and multiple leadership schools. 7 combat rotations spanning 5 yrs in Iraq and Afghanistan and a few others (Somalia, Africa, etc.) Has visited the world over times ten and seen and learned many things some good, some bad. Retired with a loving wife and 5 kids with one son currently deployed with the 3rd Battalion of the 75th Ranger regiment in Afghanistan. Some career awards include (but are not limited to), meritorious service medal times 3, Bronze Star times 5, Arcom’s (Army Commendation medal) times 6, army achievement medal times 11, and multiple combat ribbons.
For more information, please visit:
Official Event Page:
https://wardenairsoft.com/events/camp-w ... airsoft/94
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