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  1. Who are we? 45 Commando is a light role infantry unit currently organised under Joint Forces Command Arma3 unit. Based upon the Royal Marines. We aim to emulate the real 45 Commando only in tactics and training within the confines of Arma3. However we do not expect heavy roleplay such as calling people sir etc. We offer in depth training and roles within 45 Commando for recruits to choose from and intend to grow into offering more in future. Joining requirements: You must own a working, legitimate copy of Arma 3 Must be able to speak, write and understand English Working Microphone that allows you to be clearly understood Age requirement is 17+ Jobs we Currently offer: Section IC/2IC Signaler Marine Medic Grenadier Machine Gunner And many more Recruitment Process: Join our TS or Discord and get in touch with a staff member. Complete our temporary enlistment form Schedule: Saturday: 19:30-22:00 GMT+1 Liberation Server running 24/7 Flexible Training days during the week. For more information, please visit us on the JFCHQ website or come ask the staff on our Teamspeak or Discord, both linked at the bottom of this post. WEBSITE: https://jfchq.uk/ TEAMSPEAK: ts.jfchq.uk DISCORD: https://discordapp.com/invite/SuyWR38
  2. 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 UNITED KINGDOM SPECIAL FORCES 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 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ UNITED STATES JOINT SPECIAL OPERATIONS COMMAND 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. Requirements: 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
  3. An unidentified sniper from the elite Joint Task Force 2 made the shot from a distance of 3,540 meters using a U.S.-made McMillan Tac-50 rifle and Hornady 750 gr Amax ammo chambered in .50 BMG cartridge! The Canadian Armed Forces confirmed Thursday that a member of Joint Task Force 2 made the record-breaking shot, killing an Islamic State insurgent during an operation in Iraq within the last month. The elite sniper was using a McMillan TAC-50 sniper rifle while firing from a high-rise during an operation that took place within the last month in Iraq. It took under 10 seconds to hit the target. “The shot in question actually disrupted a Daesh [Islamic State] attack on Iraqi security forces,” said a military source. “Instead of dropping a bomb that could potentially kill civilians in the area, it is a very precise application of force and because it was so far way, the bad guys didn’t have a clue what was happening.” The military source said the JTF2 operation fell within the strictures of the government’s advise and assist mission. “As stated multiple times in the past, members of the Canadian Special Operations Task Force do not accompany leading combat elements, but enable the Iraqi security forces who are in a tough combat mission,” the statement said. “This takes the form of advice in planning their operations and assistance to defeat Daesh through the use of coalition resources.” The kill was independently verified by video camera and other data. “Hard data on this. It isn’t an opinion. It isn’t an approximation. There is a second location with eyes on with all the right equipment to capture exactly what the shot was,” another military source said. A military insider told The Globe: “This is an incredible feat. It is a world record that might never be equalled.” The world record was previously held by British sniper Craig Harrison, who shot a Taliban gunner with a 338 Lapua Magnum rifle from 2,475 metres away in 2009. Previously, Canadian Corporal Rob Furlong had set the world record in 2002 at 2,430 metres when he gunned down an Afghan insurgent carrying an RPK machine gun during Operation Anaconda. Weeks before, Canadian Master Cpl. Arron Perry briefly held the world’s best sniper record after he fatally shot an insurgent at 2,310 metres during the same operation. Both soldiers were members of the 3rd Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry. U.S. Sergeant Bryan Kremer has the longest confirmed sniper kill shot by a U.S. soldier. He killed an Iraqi insurgent with his Barrett M82A1 rifle at 2,300 metres in 2004. JTF2 special forces are primarily tasked with counterterrorism, sniper operations and hostage rescue. Much of the information about this elite organization is classified and not commented on by the government. The unit’s snipers and members of Canadian Special Operations Regiment, who are carrying out the main task of training Kurdish forces, have been operating in tough conditions in Iraq. The Trudeau government pulled CF-18 fighter jets out of Iraq in 2016 but expanded the military mission, which will see the number of Canadian special forces trainers climb to 207 from 69 in an assist, train and advise mission. Canadian commandos are not supposed to be involved in direct combat, but are authorized to go up to the front lines on training missions with Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and to paint targets for coalition air strikes. For operational security reasons, sources would not reveal the names of the elite Canadian sniper and his partner, nor the location where the action took place. A sniper and his observer partner are often sent to remote and dangerous locations to hunt down insurgents while having to carry heavy equipment. Once they have located the target, snipers follow the same methodical approach before each shot. Breathe in, out, in, out, find a natural pause and then squeeze the trigger. Canada has a reputation among Western military forces for the quality of its snipers, despite the small size of the Canadian Armed Forces compared to the United States and Britain. “Canada has a world-class sniper system. It is not just a sniper. They work in pairs. There is an observer,” a military source said. “This is a skill set that only a very few people have.” The skill of the JTF2 sniper in taking down an insurgent at 3,540 metres required math skills, great eyesight, precision of ammunition and firearms, and superb training. “It is at the distance where you have to account not just for the ballistics of the round, which change over time and distance, you have to adjust for wind, and the wind would be swirling,” said a source with expertise in training Canadian special forces. “You have to adjust for him firing from a higher location downward and as the round drops you have to account for that. And from that distance you actually have to account for the curvature of the Earth.” Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/06/23/how-canadas-tiny-military-produced-deadly-record-breaking-snipers/?utm_term=.654ffa726d7c https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/canadian-elite-special-forces-sniper-sets-record-breaking-kill-shot-in-iraq/article35415651/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longest_recorded_sniper_kills Their Loadout Specs (Most Likely): https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-evVfZruOxISVpISjB1Wld0OW8/view https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-evVfZruOxIUi1UTkppQmF0Y00/view
  4. JOINT TASK FORCE 9 What we represent Joint Task Force 9, also known as JTF9, is an elite multi-branch offensive whose purpose is to locate and eliminate high risk criminal and terrorist organizations around the globe. The task force is composed of detachments from NAVSPECWARCOM, the USMC's 1st Bn/1st Marines, and ARSOAC's 160th SOAR. All of these detachments are used to their full potential and each serve a specific purpose within the task force. Below will be a short description of each unit and their role within JTF9: 1st Battalion, 1st Marine Division (USMC) - The backbone of JTF9's assault force. They make up the manpower necessary to conduct large-scale attacks and they have the training to fit nearly every mission profile. They are valued highly within the task force for their ferocity, capability, and brotherhood. They are also a relatively new addition to the task force and are seen with great potential. If kicking down doors and annihilating an enemy objective suits your play style, then the Marines could use you. SEAL Team 1 (NAVSPECWARCOM) - If the Marines are seen as the hammer, then SEAL Team 1 is the scalpel. Capable of acting in 4 man teams, they are used to covertly gather intelligence, capture an enemy target, and conduct unconventional warfare within their AO. Their wide array capabilities also include; Direct Action, Personnel Recovery, and Counter-Terrorism operations (also including the aforementioned Special Reconnaissance, Unconventional Warfare, and HVT Elimination). JTF9 uses them in a capacity to stay undetected in an AO and cripple the enemy force through a smaller weak point. If working in a small elite team suits your interest then consider going through SEAL Team 1's training and selection pipeline. 160th SOAR (A) (ARSOAC) - The elite 160th SOAR serves as our premier helicopter transport and support detachment. They are highly trained and seen as the most capable helicopter support detachment in the US military. They perform missions such heliborne assault, close combat attack, and heliborne reconnaissance. If you believe your capabilities as a pilot can stand up to the strict and harsh demands of this elite detachment then take a chance and go for their selection. Now, JTF9 is a milsim community that values authenticity both in-game and in interaction within the TeamSpeak, Forums, etc. We look for like-minded individuals who enjoy the aspect of not only simulating the military in-game, but also who enjoy the aspects of it out of game. This means that rank is addressed when appropriate, chain of command is utilized throughout, planning takes consideration and preparation, training induces mental challenges, and overall makes the environment more enjoyable for those that want that experience. We don't plan on changing and for those that want to dismiss the military environment, we are not the community for you. If you enjoy the previously mentioned military environment and take interest in one of our detachments then please consider reading further. Our History Joint Task Force 9's Executive Command has many years within the MilSim environment and has gathered accurate information detailing the detachments that we represent. Our community is relatively new, being established in mid-2016, but the personnel that make up the community are familiar with how the military functions and what we expect from them in this simulated environment. We expect to pave a new path in Arma 3 Military Simulation and build our own history. If you wish to be a part of that history, look below to see how you can begin the application process for JTF9. How to Join If you are interested in becoming a member of JTF9 then the application process is relatively simple. To begin we suggest you speak to a recruiter at the JTF9 TeamSpeak (TS Address: 192.99.71.21:9262) in order to fully evaluate your interests within the community and find a suitable job for you within the task force. During this we would advise you to lay all cards on the table and be completely truthful with your recruiter on what you desire to do. They are there to help you but they need information to go off of first. After you've spoken to a recruiter, he/she will provide you with a list of prerequisites you will need to complete before being eligible to send in an application. Here are a few of the prerequisites that will be given to you: - Minimum age requirement is 16. Preferred age is 18+ (No exceptions will be made for those underage) - Download and test the JTF9 Modpack (A3Sync required)(Information will be given upon meeting your recruiter) - Own a legitimate copy of Arma 3 - Have a functional microphone that can be heard clearly in TeamSpeak - Fluently speak and understand English - Make sure your current name contains no numerics or special characters and are one word (English Surnames strongly advised) After you have met the criteria for each prerequisite you will be able to send in an application for JTF9. If you have not met the criteria for each and every prerequisite, your application will be denied immediately. Once your application has been sent in it will take approximately 48 hours to process. If you are accepted you will be placed within the training pipeline of your unit of choice and awarded the position of recruit (RCT). If you pass your initial basic training then you will gain your branch appropriate paygrade. And from there you have a future of training, deploying, and enjoying the community in it's full nature. Additional Notes We at JTF9 thank you for taking your time to read throughout this recruitment page. We hope to see you within our TeamSpeak either as a possible applicant interested in the community or as a public member looking to game with a good group on their spare time. Either way we believe you will enjoy your time with us and grow to see us as a community of like-minded people and not mindless individuals who don't enjoy what they do. From us here at Joint Task Force 9, thank you and come again.
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