PSP Galveston Registration Ending

Registration and payment are due for PSP Galveston.
Along with team registration and payment, tonight is the last night for online purchasing of ID cards and final adjustments to team rosters. ID cards are $50 online. Rosters and IDs can be handled at the event but will cost you some money. Ids will be $60 and $70 if your picture needs to be taken at the event; roster changes at the event will cost $20/change.

All this needs to be handled by midnight eastern time.

Teams paid by division

D4 Race to 2 – 33 of 37
D3 Race to 2 – 17 of 19
D4 Race to 4 – 9 of 10
D3 Race to 4 – 26 of 32
D2 Race to 5 – 12 of 14
D1 Race to 5 – 12 of 13 (12 team max)
Pro Race to 7 – 10 of 10

Oklahoma D-Day events presents Flight Into History

ONLY 33 SPOTS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT

s part of the experience of participating in The 2011 Oklahoma D-Day Event, we’ve lined up what might be classified as a once in a lifetime opportunity to take what is being described as a “Flight Into History.”

This is an opportunity for you to climb aboard a WW II vintage C-47. The C-47 was the workhorse of the allies during WW II. It’s also the same type of aircraft that Jake McNiece, 4 time combat jump veteran of the 101st Airborne jumped from early on the morning of D-Day with the members of his Filthy Thirteen unit.

Because time, not to mention space is extremely limited, we’re looking for commitments from 33 individuals who are willing to pay $150.00 each for what we expect will be about a 30 minute flight.

The flight will originate at the Grove, Oklahoma Municipal Airport, not far from the D-Day Adventure Park site in nearby Wyandotte, OK. Once airborne the plane will make it’s way to the D_Day site, where you’ll have a bird’s eye view of the 800 acre field, vendors and camp ground areas, before returning once more to the airfield. On arrival at the field you’ll have an opportunity to personally meet and listen to Jake McNiece talk about his WW II experiences with the 101st Airborne Division. He will then present you with you own autographed copy of his book, “The Filthy Thirteen.”

This flight is due to take place on Friday, June 10th. Transport to and from the airfield from the D-Day Adventure Park site will be available to those who wish to take advantage of it.