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BLACK HAWK DOWN

Event Information

Early Bird Tickets: Available Now until March 21, 2021

$15 – Own Gear Package: Includes Admission and Air Fills

$40 – Rental Package: Includes Admission, Gun, Mask, Air Fills & 500 Paintballs

Standard Big Game Tickets: Available March 22, 2021 – March 28, 2021

$25 – Own Gear Package: Includes Admission and Air Fills

$50 – Rental Package: Admission, Gun, Mask, Air and 500 Paintballs

Tickets available at the gate – first come first served! We highly recommend purchasing tickets in advance.
Black Hawk Down is Field Paint Only
Recreational Grade Paint
  • $15 for 500 Paintballs
  • $60 for a case of 2,000 Paintballs
Mid-Grade Paint
  • $19 for 500 Paintballs
  • $70 for a case of 2,000 Paintballs
Pro-Grade Paint
  • $20 for 500 Paintballs
  • $75 for a case of 2,000 Paintballs

March 28, 2021

Event TIMELINE

8:30 am – Check-In Begins

10:00 am – Main Game Brief

1:00 pm – Lunch Break

4:30 pm – Game Ends

4:30-5:00 pm – Awards

Game Description

The Battle of Mogadishu, or Day of the Rangers (Somali: Maalintii Rangers), was part of Operation Gothic Serpent. It was fought on 3–4 October 1993, in Mogadishu, Somalia, between forces of the United States—supported by UNOSOM II—and Somali militiamen loyal to the self-proclaimed president-to-be Mohamed Farrah Aidid, who had support from armed fighters. The battle is also referred to as the First Battle of Mogadishu, to distinguish it amongst the nine major Battles of Mogadishu during the decades-long Somali Civil War.

The initial U.S. Joint Special Operations force, Task Force Ranger, was a collaboration of various elite special forces units from Army Special Operations Command, Air Force Special Operations Command and Navy Special Warfare Command; it consisted mostly of members from the 75th Ranger Regiment and Delta Force. Task Force Ranger was dispatched to seize two of Aidid’s high-echelon lieutenants during a meeting in the city. The goal of the operation was achieved, though conditions spiraled into the deadly Battle of Mogadishu. The initial operation of 3 October 1993, intended to last an hour, became an overnight standoff and rescue operation extending into the daylight hours of 4 October.

March 28, 2021

Event Information

Early Bird Tickets

$15 – Own Gear Package: Includes Admission and Air Fills

$40 – Rental Package: Includes Admission, Gun, Mask, Air Fills & 500 Paintballs

STANDARD BIG GAME TICKETS

$25 – Own Gear Package: Includes Admission and Air Fills

$50 – Rental Package: Admission, Gun, Mask, Air and 500 Paintballs

ZOMBIE INVASION is Field Paint Only
Recreational Grade Paint
  • $15 for 500 Paintballs
  • $60 for a case of 2,000 Paintballs
Mid-Grade Grade Paint
  • $19 for 500 Paintballs
  • $70 for a case of 2,000 Paintballs
Pro-Grade Grade Paint
  • $20 for 500 Paintballs
  • $75 for a case of 2,000 Paintballs

Event TIMELINE

8:30 am – Check-In Begins

10:00 am – Main Game Brief

1:00 pm – Lunch Break

4:30 pm – Game Ends

4:30-5:00 pm – Awards

The Battle of Mogadishu, or Day of the Rangers (Somali: Maalintii Rangers), was part of Operation Gothic Serpent. It was fought on 3–4 October 1993, in Mogadishu, Somalia, between forces of the United States—supported by UNOSOM II—and Somali militiamen loyal to the self-proclaimed president-to-be Mohamed Farrah Aidid, who had support from armed fighters. The battle is also referred to as the First Battle of Mogadishu, to distinguish it amongst the nine major Battles of Mogadishu during the decades-long Somali Civil War.

The initial U.S. Joint Special Operations force, Task Force Ranger, was a collaboration of various elite special forces units from Army Special Operations Command, Air Force Special Operations Command and Navy Special Warfare Command; it consisted mostly of members from the 75th Ranger Regiment and Delta Force. Task Force Ranger was dispatched to seize two of Aidid’s high-echelon lieutenants during a meeting in the city. The goal of the operation was achieved, though conditions spiraled into the deadly Battle of Mogadishu. The initial operation of 3 October 1993, intended to last an hour, became an overnight standoff and rescue operation extending into the daylight hours of 4 October.