The Art of Warfare - A Decade Old

Naches, Washington (PressExposure) March 20, 2011 -- Greetings,

I am the Public Information Officer of The Art of Warfare. This year, The Art of Warfare (TAW) turns 10. As part of our 10 year Anniversary, we are reaching out to the media asking for help in telling our story. We are very proud of our history and look forward to the opportunity to share it with anyone that will indulge us. We feel we stand above any other online community. Our organizational structure model is unique and could serve as a model for other communities as they grow and develop as well as those up and coming. We are on a campaign to spread the word. Our leadership is available to you in any capacity needed whether that is for discussion or interview. We are also prepared to submit our information in any format that you feel will meet the specific needs of your readers. We have put together the following press release to provide a little more information about TAW.

There are many online gaming communities that have come and gone but only TAW has weathered the many challenges that impede others. Here is some information about TAW that you may find interesting and useful. TAW was formed in March of 2001 by a handful of dedicated members who played Delta Force: Land Warrior together. From these humble beginnings, TAW has grown into an organization of over 1200 members. One unlike any other. What is our secret ingredient of success? Vision. What this community offers its members that other communities lack is structure and organization.

Members are treated like family from their first contact. In addition, the unique management of our members allows for optimum game play, growth, development and leadership opportunities. As a volunteer organization, our leadership comes from within. TAW feels that everyone has something to contribute. We celebrate and foster the needs of our members. Fair play, loyalty and the vision of TAW leads to something much larger. This has all contributed to where TAW is today. As far as the future of TAW? The progressive style of leadership, attention to detail, needs of the gamer, and our family atmosphere are the things that will help TAW survive into the future.

TAW has over 14 divisions that are organized by the game to which those members play. With over 25 games currently being played by TAW, members can enjoy a variety of opportunities. Games are added based on member recommendation and interest.

The mission of The Art of Warfare is to build the premier international online gaming organization, through cooperative development as an independent community focused on structured gaming, while holding paramount honor, friendship, loyalty, and fair play.

Its been a great decade for TAW and we're looking forward to being on the gaming forefront for the next 10 years. We're proud of our past and we know where we started. The passion that was our beginning will continue to be the nucleus of our future.

If you'd like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Walter Whittet, Commander in Chief, please call Mr. Whittet at (936) 225-0612 or e-mail him at

We are hoping to gain exposure during our 10 yr anniversary by making ourselves and our community available to the media. Our leadership is available for interviews or to answer any questions you may have. We are confident that the gaming community will be interested in our story and are certain that an article about TAW would be both informative and entertaining.

TAW Leadership:
Commander In Chief/General Of TAW - GEN5 Hook [Mr. Walter Whittet]
Operation Support Commander - GEN Icarus [Mr. Jonathan Huntoon]
Army Lieutenant Commander - LGN Hibernator [Mr. Dave Putnam]
Public Information Officer: MAJ cherrylanekilla [Mr. Steven Davidson]

About The Art of Warfare

Steven A. Davidson, Public Information Officer
The Art of Warfare,
106 Cherry Lane
Naches, Washington 98937
(509) 945-3200

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Press Release Submitted On: March 20, 2011 at 1:09 pm
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