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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2008 7:12 am 
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Had a blast next to you guys at Waltham and looking forward to seeing you again at Renishaw (especially the free food) :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Sat May 31, 2008 8:48 pm 
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If theres any Axis groups looking for an umbrella group then we at WARS maybe the answer for you.

We have a premier package with our insurance company that covers us for a mulitiple of scenarios

For example

Vehicles while on displays allow mops to sit in them.

Vehicle movement between battles and display at public shows.

The coverage of under 16's while with a parent or guardian while on displays

kit insurance between home and events and visa versa up to £3000

PLI cover up to £5million

Pyro and black powder.

Member to member cover.


All this for £10 per member. under 16s free.

WARS membership cards can also be obtain if individual groups want them we have a new style of new card having been updated due to the VCR bill.

2 WARS forums a public and private.

Linked to website when the 2 bloody firms who we have the domain name and extra webpace with send each other the correct codes so we can upload the new website

So if you would like to be part of one of the UKs umbrella groups then please contact me for futher details

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
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Would also like to add if your group does multi impressions ie Axis and Allied you will also be welcome within WARS

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Sun Jun 01, 2008 11:35 pm 
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Linked to website when the 2 bloody firms who we have the domain name and extra webpace with send each other the correct codes so we can upload the new website


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They don't need to send each other the codes - they need to send you the account holders them to point the domain name to the server. Noticing that you already have the Wars Logo on the placeholder means someone from your firm has already accessed it and uploaded that - If they can use the same route they should be able to upload the pages for the site......

And remember - you're paying for that service - if you're not getting it you ought to be asking for 6 months free or some other such deal......

There are IT professionals out there in re-enactment land who I'm sure would help if you asked.

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I should like to offer WARS my good wishes in this, hope it goes well lads. See some of you at Renishaw.

Dave
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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2008 6:05 am 
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Rules and consitution

General Society Rules
Weapons
2.1
No firearms whether it is a live firearm, blank firing replica or a Deactivated weapon is to be carried outside of the Societies designated static display area, unless en-route to main battle area or the weapon is being used as part of a display this also includes edged weapons and bayonets

2.2
Weapons must not be discharged at a person within a radius of 20 feet of the firer

2.3
No weapon is to be loaded until given permission by the Units Commander or Senior NCO

2.4
Safety catches must be applied and the weapon made safe at all times unless given permission to fire by the Unit Commander

2.5
No weapon at any time may be pointed at a member of the public

2.6
Bayonets are never to be fitted to weapons during battle re-enactments, when the public are in close proximity and will only be used as part of a public display in a controlled area

2.7
No weapons are to be handled by the public, they may be shown the weapon and its use explained, but they are never to handle the weapon

2.8
Never let blank ammunition or pyrotechnics be handled by any member of the public

2.9
Never carry a loaded weapon in transit to and from events

2.10
You must never discharge a weapon except in a designated area, this would be defined as an area of land set aside for the battle or skirmish to re enact combat or a designated weapons safety/clearance point

2.11
Never leave a weapon unattended, make sure it is with you or under safe keeping at all times

2.12
Never accept a weapon from any body unless they have proven and shown that the weapon is safe and in an unloaded condition


2.13
Never bring live rounds to a public, private or any other organised battle re enactment, live rounds should be kept in secure storage and away from re enactment events

2.14
Never fire any blank ammunition or use pyrotechnics in a confined space

2.15
All pyrotechnics must be cleared by the Pyrotechnics/Safety Officer

2.16
The word “GRENADE” must be called in warning to others before releasing a pyrotechnic

2.17
When not in use all firearms must be stored in a secure place within the Home Office and Police Regulations

2.18
No pyrotechnics or blank ammunition should be carried in pockets whilst within a static display

2.19
Always make others aware that you are testing a firearm by calling out “TEST FIRE”

2.20
Do not fire your weapon within 20 foot of the public crowd line (see 2.2 above)

2.21
Hand thrown pyrotechnics are NOT to be used at public events

2.22
When firing your weapon, have consideration for other re enactors and the public around you. Have regard for the venting and case ejection of your weapon. Do not fire your weapon directly at a person who is less than 20 feet away, aim into the ground

2.23
You will NOT be allowed to participate in any re-enactment unless you have attended the annual weapons cadre. You must successfully complete this to qualify.

UNIFORMS and APPEARANCE
3.1
Trade badges, awards, decorations and insignia of rank are only to be worn when sanctioned and awarded by the Unit Commander

3.2
All belts, buckles, webbing and carrying equipment must be complete and in good repair

3.3
Any ancillary equipment items must be approved by the Unit Commander before fitting

3.4
No modern jewellery, watches, facial piercing or earrings are to be worn at any WARS event, with the exception of a wedding ring

3.5
All uniforms and equipment are to be either original or museum quality reproduction items

3.6
Hair must resemble WWII military styles of the day and all males must be clean shaven, with no sideburns, full beards etc.


3.7
Visible brightly coloured tee shirts and vests must not be worn and seen under uniforms

3.8
You are responsible for your own uniform and equipment, if you are short of any item, please contact your Unit Commander 14 days before an event

DISCIPLINE
4.1
At public events members of the public are to be treated with the utmost respect, this is especially true of veterans. Do not enter into arguments or disputes, be polite make your excuses and walk away

4.2
Never argue or use bad language in front of or at any member of the public, you will not only give the society a bad name and harm our reputation, you will automatically be dismissed from the Society

4.3
All reasonable commands given by an NCO or Officer must be carried out without complaint

4.4
Members of the media should be treated in a polite manner, if they require a statement direct them to the Society’s Press Officer or the Unit Commander. No Press Statement is to be given by a WARS member, without it being cleared by the Unit Press Officer and or the Unit Commander.


4.5
Never consume alcohol during the public opening hours of an event, before or during a battle, anybody found under the influence of alcohol will not be allowed to take part in the event

4.6
Any person found selling or using illicit substances will immediately be dismissed from the Society

4.7
Every member must have their membership fully paid up and be insured before they can take part in any WARS event

4.8
Every member is to be competent in the handling and safety of the weapon they are using

4.9
All weapons will be checked before and after a battle by the Unit Safety Officer or a senior NCO

4.10
Any member fixing a bayonet or drawing an edged weapon in battle, or without permission will be severely disciplined

4.11
No weapons is to be loaded with blank ammunition in front of the Public in a static display, only inert ammunition must be used for Demonstration purposes

4.12
Any member demonstrating to a member of the public an item of equipment must not be distracted away from them. They will keep the item of equipment under direct supervision at all times.


4.13
A minimum of 2 members per unit must always be present within a WARS Static Display at any one time

4.15
Any member of the public expressing a wish to join the Society must be given as much guidance as possible, and be introduced to one of the group leaders

4.16
Any member found continually misusing a weapon where it will cause damage or injury will by severely disciplined

4.17
No modern articles must be on show at any WARS event (for example: Modern Radio, burger cartons, cans of pop etc.)

4.18
Members of the public are not to be allowed inside a roped static display, without first gaining the permission of an official of WARS

4.19
Any member observing a member of the Public walking across an active Battlefield (this applies equally to Public and Private battles) must call Out “CEASE FIRE” this message must then be passed to all in your vicinity

4.20
Any member sustaining an injury during a battle must themselves or via another member, stop the battle by either calling “MAN DOWN, CEASE FIRE' or by blowing a whistle three times

4.21
Any member(s) showing inappropriate conduct in the face of the Public will be asked to leave the event

4.22
No member, dressed in normal civilian clothing, is allowed to be in the display area, during public opening hours

4.23
No member is allowed to drink from modern drink container, drinks can only be consumed from a period cup/mug while on static display

4.24
No member is to leave a battle site (whether it be public or private) without following the correct safety procedure.

4.25
All members must make sure that the display area at the event end, is left in a clean and presentable condition, before they depart any public show


Membership Criteria, Obligations and Requirements


1. CRITERIA

1.1
Applicants and members must be 16 or over to join as paid members. Members may join under the age of 16 as long as they are with a parent or guardian at events. Membership fees are free for under 16. 16s and over the fee is £10 per person per year.
1.2
Applicants and members must be physically fit and mentally sound.



1.3
Applicants and members must not hold or voice any extreme political views or opinions. Anyone doing so will be liable to immediate expulsion.

1.4
Applicants and members must have a genuine interest in Second World War History and in particular the non political aspects of the German Fighting Soldier.

1.5
Applicants and members must be of good character generally.

2. OBLIGATIONS
2.1 To obtain and maintain the uniform and equipment requirements
2.2
To constantly work to improve one's collection and knowledge in the given subject.
2.3
To work together with other members of WARS to improve and refine the portrayal of the given subject.
2.4
To represent WARS, through your conduct in a positive way at all times
2.5
Members are obliged to inform one of the group leaders in the first instance about their availability for all events. If one of the group leaders is not available, the Events Organiser is the secondary point of contact.



3. REQUIREMENTS
3.1
Society membership runs from 1 Jan to 31 Dec. You must have your subscription paid in full by the last day of February in any given year.

3.2
Members must furnish the Secretary with their full address and contact details. It is the member's responsibility to update these as and when they change.

CONSTITUTION and RULES


This Constitution and Rules shall at all times be construed as being written with the intent of interpretation within the English legal system. Where doubt exists in any interpretation or judgement, the spirit of fair play and the democratic ideal shall be held paramount.
1. Name
The name of the organisation shall be World War II Axis re enactment or WARS.
2. Restrictions, aims and objects of the WARS Society
2.1
It shall be a non-political, non-religious organisation that sees education as a primary goal
2.2
It shall promote public appreciation of life in the German armed forces in general and of the 20th century in particular.

2.3
It shall demonstrate the social and military customs of the period at both private and public events
2.4 To further good fellowship between all re-enactors, their families, friends and the public at large
2.5 To do all things as shall be practical in the pursuit of the attainment of the above objects
3. Management
3.1
The management of WARS shall be vested in an Executive Committee ("EC" hereafter) that shall consist of the officers of WARS
3.2
The Officers shall consist of the Chairman, Vice-chairman, Treasurer & Secretary
3.3
In the interest of continuity, Officers shall be elected for two years, although their appointments may be challenged at any Annual General Meeting (AGM).
3.4
Officers of the EC will normally be elected at the AGM, but the EC shall have the authority to co-opt members at need. Such appointments shall be ratified at the next AGM.
3.5
Three Committee Members shall form a Quorum
4. Finance
4.1
The funds of WARS shall be applied solely to the stated objects of WARS, save for such charitable purposes as an AGM approves
4.2
If at any time WARS at an AGM shall pass a resolution authorising the EC to borrow money on behalf of the Society, the EC shall thereupon be empowered to borrow for the purposes of the Society such amount of money either at one time or from time to time and at such rate of interest and in such form an manner and upon such security as shall be specified by the AGM. All members of WARS. Whether voting on such resolution or not, and all persons becoming members of WARS after passing of such resolution shall be deemed to have assented to the same as if they had voted in favour of such resolution.
4.3
No member of WARS shall receive payment directly or indirectly for services to the Society or for other than legitimate expenses incurred in its work.
4.4
In the event of the disillusionment of WARS any assets, after the payment of debts and liabilities shall be disposed of at an Emergency General Meeting
4.5
The Treasurer shall keep proper books of accounts showing all sums received and paid and shall have the authority to give receipts for monies paid to WARS
4.6
Cheques that draw upon the funds of WARS from any account held by the Society shall be signed by any two members of the EC deemed suitable by the Executive Committee
5. Meetings
5.1. Annual General Meeting (AGM)
5.1.1.
An AGM shall be held within 15 months from the date of the previous AGM.
5.1.2.
The location of a meeting place shall be readily accessible for the majority of the Society's voting members.
5.1.3.
The responsibility for calling an AGM shall be that of the Hon Secretary or, in default, the Chairperson. These officership shall not be vested in one person at any time.
5.1.4.
A Notice calling the AGM shall be sent by post to the last known postal address of every full adult member of WARS NOT LESS THAN thirty days in advance of the meeting. The Notice shall ask for items for the agenda. All Items for the Agenda must be both Proposed and Seconded by voting members of the Society.
5.1.5.
The agenda shall be sent by post to the last known postal address of every full adult member of the Society NOT LESS THAN fourteen days in advance of the meeting. The agenda shall indicate the time, date and location of the meeting.
5.1.6.
All AGM's and EGM's must have recorded Minutes taken and the Minutes made available to any voting member of WARS within 14 days of the date of the meeting. Failing such availability, an EGM may be called by any ten voting members of the Society to question the Resolutions passed at the AGM.
5.1.7.
In general, the business of the meeting shall be
A.) A record of those present
B.) The acceptance of the Minutes of the previous AGM as an accurate record.
C.) Matters arising from those Minutes
D.) The reports of the officers of the Society.
E.) The acceptance of the audited accounts as previously approved by the EC.
F.) The election of the officers of the Society.
G.) The election of an Executive Committee
H.) Any Other Business proper to an AGM
5.1.3
The quorum for an AGM shall be 51% of the Full, Adult, Paid Up members of the Society as of the date of the AGM.
5.1.4
Only Full Adult, members of the Society who have paid the annual subscription may vote at AGM's and EGM's
5.1.5
No motions will be accepted from the floor of the meeting unless arising directly from an agenda item.
5.1.6
Observers are limited to two persons and may not contribute to the meeting unless specifically called upon to do so by the Chair.
5.2 Extraordinary General Meetings (EGM)
5.2.1
An EGM may be called at the discretion of the EC, or on request in writing to the secretary by 10 Full Adult, (whose subscriptions are in order) members of the Society stating the object of such a meeting.
5.2.2
A written Notice of Meeting shall be sent by post to the last known postal address of every full adult member of the Society NOT LESS THAN fourteen days in advance of the proposed date of the meeting. The posting MUST include an agenda that shall indicate the business of the meeting and give time, date and location of the meeting. The meeting place shall be mutually convenient for all Full Adult and subscribed members.
5.2.3
No other business shall be transacted at such meetings, except matters that have been stated.

5.3 Executive Committee Meetings
5.4
The EC shall meet at least 4 times a year and records shall be kept. These records are available upon request to any member of WARS. Such access will be made available under Any Other Business at a scheduled EC meeting. Written notes may be taken but the records are not available for distribution or general access nor may be removed from the care and custody of the properly appointed Minute Secretary.
5.5
Officers of the EC are expected to attend meetings. Continued absence from meetings may result in the loss of officership and the replacement pro tem of the incumbent.
5.6
Any matter or question or resignation must be given in writing (Notice) to the Secretary by not less than 30 days.
6. Membership
6.1
Applications to join WARS shall be made in writing to the Membership Secretary.
6.2
Applications will be examined by the EC and may be accepted or rejected as that body shall see fit.
6.3
Various grades of memberships shall exist and these shall change from time to time as the AGM shall decide.
6.4
Only Full Adult, Paid Up members shall have the right to stand for officership, vote or otherwise take any role in the business of WARS.


6.2
A General Meeting shall have the power to expel any member for any good and proper cause. A member may be suspended by the EC pending an EGM to be held within three months of the suspension.
7. Safety and Liability
7.1
Without infringing upon the Rights under Law of the individual, every member shall at all times ensure that they hold themselves safe and without harm in any situation whilst about the occasions of WARS. In so doing they shall at all times ensure that the safety of the general public is held paramount and each member shall act with sober and considered care.
7.2
In respect of member’s liability, Neither WARS, its officers and/or members can be held responsible for any injury, loss or damage occurring to any member or their property. In particular, it is the business of each and every member to investigate, research and understand the specific risks that they may encounter in re-enactment and to decide in cold and sober judgement whether or not they wish to involve themselves in the taking of such risks. Anyone taking part in any of the activities arranged by WARS will be deemed as having taken such a decision by their attendance and participation.
7.3
All members are required to avail themselves of training sessions held by WARS whether of a civilian or military nature. Members who fail to do so will take upon themselves a greater responsibility for the care of themselves and others.
7.4
Whilst the duly appointed officers of WARS will at all times behave in a manner appropriate to their position, no particular liability shall attach to such officers. Even though they may act in the manner of "professionals", they are amateur volunteers and are specifically excluded from any greater liability than may exist in Law and apply to every "ordinary" member of WARS.


7.5
No financial responsibility for any action or inaction of WARS, or its members, servants or agents shall attach itself to any officership of WARS or any incumbent of an officership, PROVIDED that the officer has acted in a prudent and proper fashion within the confines of the Law and the Constitution and Rules of WARS.
7.6
In respect of Product Liability, any event, show, performance, private function or training session shall be deemed to be the work of amateur volunteers who will do their best to arrange the business of the day, operating within the Rules of WARS. Whilst acting in such a manner as may be found safe and appropriate to the event, show, performance, private function or training session, no particular liability shall attach to the officers of WARS, than may exist in Law and apply to every "ordinary" member of WARS.
7.7
Each member is expected to make their own arrangements to insure against any injury, loss or damage howsoever caused.
8. General
8.1.
This Constitution must be adopted by an AGM called in accordance with the principals set out in this document. It may not be altered except an Annual or Extraordinary General Meeting of which every member shall receive notice in writing setting out full details of the proposed alterations.
8.2.
Each member will receive a copy of the Constitution, Rules and Code of Conduct upon joining.
8.3.
It shall always be the business of the individual member to ensure that they are properly informed about the Constitution and Rules of the Society.

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Tue Jun 03, 2008 3:40 pm 
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Wow this i think is fair now ALL can compare the two sections and decide freely which they consider is best for them.

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Sat Nov 01, 2008 10:52 am 
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WARS membership fees for 2009 will be as follows

Adult Single 18+ £10.00

Adult Couple 18+ £20.00 per couple

Children under 18 free

Family membership will be £10.00 per parent, under 18's free children 18 and over £5.00.

For example a family with two parents, two under 18's and one over 18 year old the membership will be £25.00.

So if your group or society/association portrays Axis troops or Both Axis and Allied why not drop me a line via PM here or via email wars_info@yahoo.co.uk

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 8:53 pm 
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we have had a great time working along side of WARS groups this year and will be rejoining again in the new year, heres to a better 2009.



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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Sun Nov 02, 2008 9:11 pm 
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Can not wait to join WARS in 2009 with DAS REICH.
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 Post subject: Re: WARS
PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2008 1:54 am 
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The U-Boat Society voted to become affiliated to WARS for 2009. However, there are a small number of individual members who also hold AFRA membership cards, as is their right to do so.

In my opinion, both organisations serve WW2 re-enactment and re-enactors very ably indeed.

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Nice to see WARS getting on so well. Both the Associations appear to be doing well and hopefully it will build more cooperation between people/groups.

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
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looking at the T&C, it does seem that the £10 asked by WARS is actually a good deal. I think it would be difficult on a common-sense level to say that AFRA membership actually is worth the money.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 19, 2008 7:54 am 
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Thanks for the heads up Alex.
IMHO i do think that all the societies/associations that offer a umbrella membership have something to offer groups or individuals that are looking for an umbrella group be it Axis or Allied. Each to their own personnal taste and what suits the best for them or their group i guess.

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 Post subject: Re: WARS
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Yes horses for courses, what suits one may not suit another, just so happens that AFRA suits me but that doest mean to say i dont wish WARS all the best.

Given the probable financial situation over the next couple of years it may be that members fee,s will become an issue though £5 on its own should not make much difference. However when it is added in with costs of fuel, living, beer and food even a fiver may make a difference.
A lot of it in my view depends on the comparison of what you get in insurance for your money.
Whatever anyones opinion the two Associations both have there details posted on here so it is down to the individual to read that info and make up there own minds which is best for them.


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