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[Accepted]P. Quibble Application
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Pte. P. Quibble
Fri Nov 10 2017, 10:41PM

Registered Member #14415
Joined: Fri Nov 10 2017, 10:15PM
Posts: 37

Ribbons: 4
Medals: 1
1. Name
Proper Quibble

2. Age and Date of Birth
21, 1996

3. Nationality

4. Do you own ArmA 3? Also, how much experience do you have in this game?
Yes, 650 hours.

5. Do you have a microphone?

6. Do you agree to remain active, checking the forums at least once every 36 hours and posting Attendance?

7. Are you able to attend the following training days?
Wednesday - 19:30 and Sunday 19:30 (GMT/ZULU in Winter months - BST/GMT+1 in Summer months).

8. How did you hear about us?
Reddit post on R/FindAUnit

9. Were you recruited by a member of the 6th?

10. Are you able to speak fluent English?

11. Are you currently in a unit, clan or community?

12. How much experience do you have with ACE or other Realism modifications?
I am completely comfortable using ACE interactions, advanced medical and have been subject to several improved AI mods.

13. Have you been a member of any other realism / mil-sim groups or units. If so, please expand on this experience?
I have played Arma 3 for about 3 years, in those years I have operated with 3 milsim units which unfortunately closed. 2xPMC 1xUK SF. I have served in roles such as rifleman, autorifleman, section lead, medic, combat engineer and marksman.

14. Do you have any previous real-life experience in your nations armed forces, cadet forces, reserve forces, civil defense / security work or reenactment?
My work involves the control of automated security systems.

15. Please elaborate on why you wish to join the 6th Airborne Division
The 6th Airborne Division is presented as a professional well organized unit. The previous units I was a part of were small, close knit milsim units. Although being a small unit allows, for example, a section lead to become more familiar with their member's strengths and weaknesses, it also, unfortunately, means that the unit lives and dies by the activity of a select few members. I have witnessed several times that the work of a dedicated, skilled high command was not enough in this saturated market. I wish to be a part of an already established, larger and hardy unit that will allow me to once again, be in the thick of it.

[ Edited Mon Nov 27 2017, 08:10PM ]
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A/LCpl. N. Mitchell
Sat Nov 11 2017, 12:36PM

Registered Member #14090
Joined: Sat Jul 16 2016, 04:22PM
Posts: 1006

Ribbons: 15
Medals: 6
Dear P. Quibble
i have sent you a PM regarding your application to the 6th airborne. please check your inbox and respond as soon as you can

A/LCpl. N. Mitchell
RTT Instructor

The one who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. Those who walk alone are likely to find themselves in places no one has ever been before.

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Cpl. A. Harrison
Mon Nov 27 2017, 08:09PM

Registered Member #13133
Joined: Mon Jan 12 2015, 08:51PM
Posts: 1189

Ribbons: 13
Medals: 12

Dear Recruit,

Congratulations on completing your interview, you're currently under observation as a possible member of the 6th Airborne Division. You will enter the unit as a recruit and will be considered a recruit until you complete the Recruit Training Program. You are currently assigned to the Training Platoon. Your first task is to read the Recruit Welcome Message. It contains important information such as our mod-pack installation instructions. Your second task is to post availability in the Basic Infantry Training for your Phase One recruit training.

Welcome to the 6th Airborne!

Cpl. A. Harrison
Head of RTT.

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