New game scenario delta force paintball cardiff
On 6th June, 1944 over 130,000 Allied troops invaded the shores of Normandy in what remains the largest single-day amphibious invasion of all time. This day will forever be known as D-Day. Today, there are approximately 500 surviving WWII D-Day British veterans.
Over the last two months Delta Force and other charitable organisations throughout the UK have been tasked with the goal of raising £175,000 to send the 500 surviving D-Day veterans back to Normandy to mark the 65th anniversary of the historical event. With the kind support of various businesses and paintballers throughout the UK we have almost made this dream become a reality.
To celebrate the amazing support from the paintball community throughout the UK, Delta Force has launched a brand new game scenario to pay respects to the fallen troops of Normandy.
D-Day Landing, the latest game scenario at our Canewood centre in Pentyrch, Cardiff, boasts three replica Higgins boats that were used for the amphibious attack on Normandy. Played out over two action-packed games, the D-Day Landing game scenarios has so far proven a big hit amongst paintball players throughout Cardiff.