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5th Canadian Division Who? We are the 5th Canadian Division. We are currently one of the only Canadian Based Arma 3 Clans. The 5th Canadian Division is based in the Eastern Coast of Canada and involves Land, Sea and Aerial Operations! What? The 5th Canadian Division is comprised of 3 Brigades, 36th Brigade, 37th Brigade and 403 Tactical Helicopter Squadron. In each brigade there are special roles to be filled, roles such as Scout, Infantrymen, AR Gunner, AT Gunner, sniper and more! We also offer a special forces team to complete special tasks. We also offer the opportunity to become an aviator in one of our Chinook or Griffon Helicopters! Where? We have our own Teamspeak server: Teamspeak IP: s6.ts3.cloud:35253 When? To join, all you must do is join our teamspeak server and talk to someone with the "Recruiter" tag. If no one is avaliable, just message me on steam and we will get something figured out! My steam name is Josh158 Our schedule looks like this: Monday: BCT/CIT/BAT Tuesday: Brigade/Squadron-lead Training Wednesday: Mini-Op Thursday: Jump School/CMT Friday: DCIC Saturday: Operation Briefing Sunday: Operation BCT= Basic Cadet Training CIT= Combat Infantryman Training BAT= Basic Airman Training CMT= Combat Medic Training DCIC= Drill Ceremonial Instrutor Course Requirements: -16+ Years of age -No dishonourable discharge from any other units -Not apart of a current modern era unit -Must speak fluent english (A special skill such as mission building, website editing, etc, are good things to have upon applying) NOTE: We are a newer unit. So there isn't currently anything like what the bigger units have
kuvangc posted a topic in ARMA 3 - ADDONS & MODS: DISCUSSIONthe JLTV mod will part of SSS works and US naval warfare pack JTVSs will be replacer of HMMWV The Joint Light Tactical Vehicle (JLTV) is a United States military (specifically U.S. Army, USSOCOM, and U.S. Marine Corps) program to part-replace the Humvee that is currently in service with a family of more survivable vehicles with greater payload. JLTV traces back to 2005 but publicly emerged in January 2006, with early government requests for information noting: "In response to an operational need and an ageing fleet of light tactical wheeled vehicles, the joint services have developed a requirement for a new tactical wheeled vehicle platform that will provide increased force protection, survivability, and improved capacity over the current Up-Armoured High-Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (UAH) while balancing mobility and transportability requirements with total ownership costs." The joint service nature of the effort was assured through Congressional language in the Fiscal Year 2006 (FY06) Authorization Act, which mandated that any future tactical wheeled vehicle program would be a joint program. JLTV is what Oshkosh calls the "Core1080 Crew Protection System," which includes mine resistance, IED detection, and a lot of bolt-on armor. It's not just about defense, though: optional turret and missile launch units put bite behind the bark. A suspension that can be raised and lowered electronically makes it easier to transport JLTVs to wherever they're needed, but out in the field, it's got 20 inches of wheel travel for insane off-road capability. Oh, and Oshkosh claims it's 70 percent faster than the best tactical wheeled vehicle (TWV) in the market currently. http://s1030.photobucket.com/user/kuvan13/media/untitled_zpszhnrkqre.png.html