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> New Virtual Army, With good bootcamps and training. Check it out!, Virtual Army using Armed Assault 1, MS Flight Simulator 9 or X.
post Nov 28 2011, 02:21
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Hi there.

I'm Jerre from Belgium.

Since a little while i got to know Armed assault (after being a single tour veteran of OFP).

I'm making a lot of missions/Bases to play within a certain community.

My Question is actually if there would be people intrested in Joining a Virtual Army for Armed assault, not arma 2.

This being for those who do'nt have the current hardware to be able to run Arma2 as i should be.

So this is a petition actually to find a bunch of intrested hardcore arma/ Simulation gamers who mean to play this game on a much more realistic and with the variety of mission types. from humanitarian to covert Ops.

there will be provided to join:
-the Army: Paracommando's/ Paratroopers
Officers/ Commanders HQ and Field
-the Marine Corps:
Drill instructers
Good ol marines with variety of functions
-The Navy
Boat crew

-the Airforce
Combat controllers
Ground Crew!

Also there will be some open jobs to make this thing go smoothly, i'll need some co workers to get this thing going. So Managment, Logistics, Recruitment Officer, Webdesign co worker, Commanders and Generals with great knowledge and inspiration for future operations.

For air missions or for realistic flying, the airforce will be using Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 but mostly FSX.
basic ground training will be in arma, also the missions together with ground troops.

But training and other missions will be flown in flight simuloater.

Same goes for the boat simulators out there, although i never tested ms boat sim, but it is allowed to use.

You will go through Basic training after wich you'll be able to choose wich branche you would like to join.

It is possible i will change the functions a bit, i mean mostly putting pilots in the Airforce only, exept helicopter pilots.

But even pilots will go through basic Army training.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate!

See you soon on the battlefield
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