How to Join 'Miss Drops 44'

So presuming you've read the bulk of what is on the website, or even if you haven't or there is just too much to take in in one hit. You should at least have some idea of what we do and the sorts of things your going to need to purchase.

Just remember, that all of us were in the same situation at some point, we all started with nothing and this was all very new to all of us at one point too. There are always other members in the unit who are new to us and some new to reenacting too. We are always happy to answer any questions and are always available to talk with, in fact once your in, you'll be include into a Facebook chat and it pretty much goes off all the time and is fairly entertaining, you do really gain a second family! 

The first thing to do is make contact with us. Send a message, ask us questions if you have them, let us know you want to join and we can get you some forms. No its not a test, its mainly for your contact details so we can send you details of events, get you the Toccoa Times newsletters and should an emergency ever take place we can contact your family or doctor. So nothing difficult about that.


Once you have a bare minimum of kit, we can arrange your first show and then a second. If at the end of those two you think this is the group for you then you can apply to become a full member. If accepted, then upon paying the year membership fees (£15 per year) you'll be a full member and you can attend as many or as few shows as you like. All the subs paid go into the group, pay for the Field Manuals we provide all members with, the display equipment and purchasing items for our displays. 

So, there really isn't much to it. Most important thing and best bit of advice I can give you is to make contact... even if it's just to say your thinking about reenacting or that you want some information. 

Send me a message and I can send you over the membership form.

This is only a small part of what we do, a website is simply too small to handle everything. With Facebook going to shit in terms of historical interest... basically if they don't like, they delete it or hide it. The Military History Network has been created. Bringing together, collectors, military historians, re-enactors, military vehicle enthusiasts and anyone else interested in anything military related. Not being run by a company, but by collectors and reenactors for likeminded folk. It is completely free, has no stupid rules, there is no need to sensor photographs containing things that make FB cry, resulting in bans and deleting history... this is the future of all things military related.

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come join us!