10+ years on

There has been awful lot has happened since the original hawks packed up their kit and settled down into domestic life, swapping Medic Packs for nappies, Rifles for 7-seaters and MRE rations for home cooked meals and Sunday lunches.

However the spirit of the Hawkies live on, and many of us have kept in touch and the odd visit, so seems fitting to resurrect the old website and reminist about good times and maybe arrange new fun times after a truly horrid 2020 for many people and a uncertain future for 2021 for others.

Enjoy a trip back down memory lane and see what made the gaming headlines in the early 2000’s. The Meets, in Holland (2002, 2004, Sweden 2003, and the U.K, 2005. The TimeZone Warriors (TZW) Tunnel Tourney in 2002 and epic battles in DF2, DFLW, BHD, and Joint Operations. I’ll upload a bit more history each month as I manage to convert the “BabStats” and ClanBase libraries into a more modern format.

BBQ Scene

More Hawkie awards summary

Another instalment of the Hawkie awards round-up gives tribute to the Bunny of the year aka Kelly.

Pair of feet off the trampoline

Also one of the most highly contested awards was for slacker of the year. Competition was tough, but some peeps actually worked to hard to appear the biggest slacker, but in the end those that took things in their stride came through and this year the award goes to Sonic

Sonic resting

Another award that almost ended up being a group effort due to the amount of so called helpers was the award for Best Chef. Although the BBQ was the focal point of the meet, the award was rightly deserved by Becky who fed us for the remainder of the week that most of us stayed for.

Good News and Bad News

On the day that it was announced London will host the 2012 Olympics, a few failed Armchair Athletes mistake the year and arrive somewhat early. The Good news is that we have survived the 1st Viking invasion of 1610, but will need to prepare our defences for Jutes, Saxons and Viking Wannabees scheduled for tomorrow. Druid and AO will be waiting at Bristol Airport, Stingers tucked under their arms, ready to welcome the next set of guests to this years Squad Meet