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Task Force Aspis(TFA) is a military simulation unit that has been around since 2012. 

We have multiple years of experience in the military simulation community and members from all walks of life.


The unit is structured around a joint multinational task force of personnel drawn from the United Kingdom Special Forces and Joint Special Operations Command. UKSF consists of the 22 Special Air Service Regiment, and JSOC consists of Combat Applications Group and 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.


Recruitment status:

22SAS: Open

CAG: Open

160th SOAR: Open





22 Special Air Service




Alpha Squadron two troop(Air) is the SAS part of the task force, masters of airborne and freefall insertion HALO(high altitude low opening) HAHO(High altitude high opening). Tasked with operations such as Counter Terrorism, Special Reconnaissance, Asset protection and foreign internal defense(FID) and precision strike operations


Potential candidates to the unit will attend an Assessment and selection day if seemed suitable they will then progress on to unit training consisting of Jungle phase and employment training and finally an Assessment Phase. These phases will teach essential unit skills such as Small unit tactics, combat drills, patrol techniques and Recce skills.


Upon successful completion of all phases, candidates will be badged as Trooper and assigned to a patrol, further training modules will be done after such as Patrol skill qualification, Air Assault and Airborne school.


For more information on the SAS take a look here: Special Air Service Candidate Information Package





US Army Combat Applications Group




CAG specializes mainly in Counter terrorism and Direct Action. Such missions often involve elimination of HVT’s and Hostage Rescue. Sharp precision and excellent unit cohesion are some of CAG’s main focuses, therefore training and always improving ourselves are a  large part of this experience.


OTC: The pipeline for CAG is a 3-day course with around 2 hours of game time each day. During this course, candidates will be trained in SUT, CQB and MOUT over the first two days. On the third day, they will make use of what they learned in the prior exercises. This is referred to as Gold Phase. Upon graduation of the OTC, the candidates will be assigned to their respective teams and will be qualified to deploy with them.


For more information on CAG take a look here: Combat Applications Group Candidate Information Package




1st Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (AIRBORNE)



The 160th SOAR(A) provides Army Special Operations Aviation forces and expertise across the full range of military operations in support of the Combatant Commands in order to achieve regional and national objectives. Its missions have included attack, assault, and reconnaissance, and are usually conducted at night, at high speeds, low altitudes, and on short notice.


The pipeline for special operation aviation candidates consists of 3 different blocks

FAST: Flight Assessment and selection

WOFT: Warrant office flight training, aviation mission planning and execution.

GP: GREEN PLATOON, where the actual training and making of a pilot happens.


Once a pilot has completed all phases of GP he is then a BMQ (basic mission qualified) Rotary Wing Pilot of 1-160. Flight hours, experience and training of new waves of Candidates as well as his own personal evolution as a Pilot and Leader will give him the option to advance further in the ranks of the Night Stalkers.


For more information on 1-160(A) take a look here: 1-160(A) Candidate Information Package



US Airforce 24th Special Tactics Squadron



The 24th STS provides special operations airmen for the Joint Special Operations Command, including Combat Controllers, Special Operations Weather Technicians, Pararescuemen, and Tactical Air Control Party personnel. They are the Air Force's Tier 1 unit, and 24th STS members are provided as enablers to the Army's 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (a.k.a. Delta Force) and the Navy's Special Warfare Development Group, or DEVGRU (a.k.a. SEAL Team 6) due to their specific skill sets. As such, 24th STS members are also trained in conducting classified and clandestine operations such as direct action, counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency, hostage rescue, and special reconnaissance.


Combat Controllers specialize in providing Joint Terminal Attack capabilities by coordinating with close air support, as well as providing Air Traffic Control and Air Space Management. Both of these skills are critically important to the establishment and evolution of the battlefield.


The pipeline for special operation battlefield Airmen consists of 3 different blocks:

Combat Control Operator Course: Combat Control fundamentals and ATC/ATG communication basics

Combat Control School: Ground portion of training (SUT, Land Nav, Comms, Assault Zones)

SOTACC (Special Operations Terminal Attack Controller Course) Training and qualification


If you fulfil the requirements and want to be a member of a dedicated, high performance and respectful tactical MILSIM community then this might be just the place for you.


Must be at least 16 years old.

Must be able to speak English.

Must be mature.

Must have a working microphone and be able to log into our Teamspeak server.


Website: Task Force Aspis

Task Force Information: About us

ARMA Units: TFA ARMA Units

TeamSpeak: TFA Teamspeak

Discord: TFA Discord

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We are pleased to announce the introduction of the Royal Marines as the core of our Special Forces Support Group.

Pictures below from Royal Marines Commando Training(RMCT) Day one




For further information regarding SFSG see our SFSG Recruit Information Packet

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