If you are reading this post, you are probably investigating Oklahoma D-Day and searching for a team to play with. I was doing the same about 5 years ago. I researched all the teams/units there at D-Day, looking for a group that was honorable, organized, with great camaraderie on and off the field. My search came to an end with the 6th Fallschirmjager.
The purpose of this unit on game day is to be used as a reactionary unit. Because of the extreme nature of our tasks, to play with this unit means you will be tested physically and mentally. Arriving for game day in great physical condition is a must!
Our leadership understands how to lead, and that is to support, guide, and show the way. This group is duty bound and stands ready to take on toughest of troubles on game day, all with a friendly smile on our faces. No Fallschirmjager is every pushed into battle; we lead the way.
On the battle fields of Europe in the 1940’s, this unit upheld the highest standards of moral character in the theater of war and operated with a spirit of unity from top to bottom. The Fallschirmjager were greatly respected by their Allied counterparts. No one was ever left behind; everyone was always looked after and well trained. The Fallschirmjager were the toughest of the German army the allies fought against in World War II.
The competitive spirit of the Fallschirmjager bleeds out to all who join this group. The Oklahoma D-Day 6th FJR attracts the best of active military and non-military players of all position types, and wide age range and experience, men and women. You must be at least 16 years old to join this unit.
If what you have read sounds like you, sign up now before we reach our cap! The friends you make at Oklahoma D-Day, you will have for life.
See you in June 2015!
P.S. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!