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1stLt Arc

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1stLt Arc last won the day on March 18

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About 1stLt Arc

15th MEU Personnel Profile

  • 1) School of Infantry
  • 2) Qualified MOS
    0311 Rifleman, 0302 Infantry Officer, 0351 Infantry Assaultman, 7565 Pilot, AH-1Z Qualified, 7509 Pilot, AV-8B Qualified
  • 3) Corporal's Courses
    CPLC 101, CPLC 102, CPLC 103
  • 4) Sergeant's Courses
    SGTC 201, SGTC 202
  • 5) Staff NCO Academy
    SNCOA 301, SNCOA 302, SNCOA 303
  • 6) The Basic School
    TBS 401, TBS 402
  • 7) Auxiliary Qualifications
  • 8) Date of Rank

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  1. Tonight on TFC I had the unique pleasure of ejecting 4km from GCE into enemy territory. I was challenged to survive 15 minutes to avoid ending up as a Sahilian POW. Given their reputation with their own citizens, I took this task rather seriously.. the results follow. For some reason you cannot hear my voice, but oh well.
  2. Mr. Tennessee, there are levels below the highest in regards to dealing with non-unit members. What issue do you have?
  3. I have recently bought that exact same HOTAS for DCS and I'm loving it. I would highly reccomend getting it if you are looking for a good HOTAS. However, in my experience flying in ArmA is very simplistic and it makes it much easier to just use a keyboard and mouse. There isn't as many keys required because of the scroll menu, and most aircraft flight models are simplistic enough that you can do everything you need to do fairly well with keyboard and mouse. Specifically for rotary wing aircraft, though, advanced flight model offers you a bit more freedom with how you can operate your aircraft, though I never used it. My recommendation is honestly to stick with keyboard and mouse unless you want to get more into in-depth flight sims like XPlane or DCS.
  4. Name: 1stLt Arc Task Force: Bravo Twitch URL: Webcam: (Yes or No) No.
  5. Name: 1stLt C. Arc Twitch URL: Twitter URL: N/A Webcam: No
  6. You are free to use any realistic name you wish. For example, my name is nowhere close to my real name. The name you put will be used to refer to you in this unit, though. If you have second thoughts about it, you are able to change it with reason at a later date. Hopes this helps.
  7. Hey Dad, Finally found some time to get a letter out to you. I'm quite blessed to not be in a bivouac or some mud hut right now, though I suppose this heat hits us all even if you're in some concrete slab building like I am. Y'know, it was all so sudden. One minute I'm taking off from the Matthew Barton and heading in towards Djibouti for a lazy little flyaround, and it seems like a few minutes after, it's night, and here I am dropping Paveways on oil tanks and Shilkas. Apparently our detachment did a damn good job cleaning up the Sahilian's air defense network. After about thirty minutes of hunting we didn't get bothered that much anymore. It's been a rather exciting past few weeks- finally getting my flight qualification was a blast. I got drunk, and then got an earful from some squid after I nearly toppled over the railing because of it. I feel bad because I should have been setting the example as an officer, but.. I guess it's all right to let loose on days like that, you know. We were only in Djibouti for a short bit, we flew once in a while- the most exciting it got there was when myself and other Black Sheep bird got scrambled and intercepted some Cessna. Dude was shook, we just turned him out of restricted airspace and let him loose. Then the deployment order came. It was close, there was buildup in the region. I didn't expect Sahil to do something that bold with us in the region, but life's full of surprises, isn't it? They must have been sure as hell to see the Stallions swing in and dump off India Company. I've got mad respect for those ground pounders of ours, especially with the threat of chemical weapons in the region. When you're never flying below a few thousand feet like we are, it's a little easy to feel the disconnect, but all Marines are brothers and sisters. That's what you said, right? I hope I can find one of their SCUDs somewhere and blow it up, that'd be a good feeling. I'm sure you're curious about the mysterious land your son has found himself in. What's it like, how it feels.. I'll tell you you're not missing much. It's sandy but not really a desert, consistently hot and iffy, and filled with fucking horseflies. I thought wearing a flightsuit would help but the fuckers go for the nose and the cheeks. One of those bastards bit me when I had just popped the canopy open and I smacked the thing so damn hard as it was flying off you can still see a bit of the stain on the glass in the cockpit. Got quite a laugh about that, and I exhausted the tiny ass bottle of smartphone screen cleaner that I had. Anyways I'm running out of paper. Gotta love my big handwriting. Tell mom I love her and I miss her. Hopefully this is over soon and I can come back home. -Charles
  8. 15th

    And kicking. Feel free to check us out.
  9. Looking forward to seeing you in the skies with us.
  10. Welcome aboard Mr. Leger. Always encouraging to see another pilot join us. Hope you enjoy your stay here!
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