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  1. Yesterday
  2. First Name: Angel Last Name: Morales Age: 19 Desired Duty Assignment: infantry How long have you been playing Armed Assault III (Arma 3)? 471 hours Are you currently in an Armed Assault III gaming clan or unit? No How did you find out about us? Reddit recruitment poster If you were recruited by one of our members, who was it?: Cpl.Harden Why do you want to join the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: Im looking to play with serious people and overall have fun and be in a actual unit that plays on a schedule (came from a never on group and it was boring) Are you a prior member of the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: no If yes, what level of training did you complete?: ArmA III Player ID: 76561198192524002 Steam Name: scornfulspice6@gmail.com Steam Profile Link: https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198192524002/home Do you own ArmA III APEX?: yes Have you changed your Team Speak/Arma3Units name to your chosen in game name for our member recognition system?: yes Have you read and understood our Orientation and do you agree to abide by it?: yes Have you read and understood the requirements for our unit and the criteria for being active and taking a billet in this unit and that failure to complete said criteria will place you into the reserve platoon?: yes You understand the fact that this unit is a EST (GMT -5) time zone based unit, and the attendance requirements of operations on Saturdays at 1900 EST (0500 GMT)?: yes Edited 1 hour ago by MAJ Chase.T
  3. Candidate @George Tremblay Application accepted. Within the next hour, you will receive a welcome aboard private message with some general instructions to get you initially set up. You have been assigned to a Recruiter to help you throughout the process of getting through your Basic Training. You have been assigned to a Recruiter in order to help you get through the process of getting into the unit. This Recruiter will assist you in setting up your mods if you require any assistance, getting you into a Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, and finally, help you get assigned to a unit. Throughout the process, your Recruiter will be able to answer any and all questions you have. Your Recruiter will be @CPL Harden.J Make sure to send them a PM as soon as possible letting them know you've been assigned to them. If for any reason if you haven't responded within 48 hours they will approach you. Fair warning, however, if you haven't responded to that PM within 48 hours, you will have to reapply to the unit. If after you contact your recruiter, they fail to respond within 24 hours, or you are wishing to attend a training within the next 24 hours, please feel free to contact any recruiter on the contact list. In Summary: Step 1. Receive Welcome Aboard Message and follow Instructions inside of the Welcome Aboard Message Step 2. Send a private message to your Recruiter Thank you and once again, welcome aboard, Recruit. Respectfully Submitted, MAJ Chase.T Commanding
  4. Candidate @Richer.J Application accepted. Within the next hour, you will receive a welcome aboard private message with some general instructions to get you initially set up. You have been assigned to a Recruiter to help you throughout the process of getting through your Basic Training. You have been assigned to a Recruiter in order to help you get through the process of getting into the unit. This Recruiter will assist you in setting up your mods if you require any assistance, getting you into a Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, and finally, help you get assigned to a unit. Throughout the process, your Recruiter will be able to answer any and all questions you have. Your Recruiter will be @CPL Harden.J Make sure to send them a PM as soon as possible letting them know you've been assigned to them. If for any reason if you haven't responded within 48 hours they will approach you. Fair warning, however, if you haven't responded to that PM within 48 hours, you will have to reapply to the unit. If after you contact your recruiter, they fail to respond within 24 hours, or you are wishing to attend a training within the next 24 hours, please feel free to contact any recruiter on the contact list. In Summary: Step 1. Receive Welcome Aboard Message and follow Instructions inside of the Welcome Aboard Message Step 2. Send a private message to your Recruiter Thank you and once again, welcome aboard, Recruit. Respectfully Submitted, MAJ Chase.T Commanding
  5. Candidate @Capilano Application accepted. Within the next hour, you will receive a welcome aboard private message with some general instructions to get you initially set up. You have been assigned to a Recruiter to help you throughout the process of getting through your Basic Training. You have been assigned to a Recruiter in order to help you get through the process of getting into the unit. This Recruiter will assist you in setting up your mods if you require any assistance, getting you into a Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, and finally, help you get assigned to a unit. Throughout the process, your Recruiter will be able to answer any and all questions you have. Your Recruiter will be @CPL Harden.J Make sure to send them a PM as soon as possible letting them know you've been assigned to them. If for any reason if you haven't responded within 48 hours they will approach you. Fair warning, however, if you haven't responded to that PM within 48 hours, you will have to reapply to the unit. If after you contact your recruiter, they fail to respond within 24 hours, or you are wishing to attend a training within the next 24 hours, please feel free to contact any recruiter on the contact list. In Summary: Step 1. Receive Welcome Aboard Message and follow Instructions inside of the Welcome Aboard Message Step 2. Send a private message to your Recruiter Thank you and once again, welcome aboard, Recruit. Respectfully Submitted, MAJ Chase.T Commanding
  6. First Name: TheoLast Name: CapilanoAge: 21Desired Duty Assignment: 11B "Grenadier"11B Infantry 11B Machine Gunner 11B Anti-armor Specialist 11C Indirect Fire InfantrymanArmA III Player ID (this is a 17 digit number, NOT your gaming handle/nickname): 76561198083350561How long have you been playing ArmA III?: Only 7 yearsAre you currently a member of an ArmA III gaming clan or unit?: NahWhy do you want to join the 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: Because I'm looking for a unit that plays to my scheduleIf you have elected either rotary wing pilot, fighter pilot or medic, if all billets are full by the time you finish the training pipeline, you may have to go infantry for the time being. Do you understand this?:NahDo you understand that as of 30SEP2016, you will be required to own Arma 3 Apex DLC in order to actively participate in the unit?:YahPlease check your user profile and ensure that the email address you registered with is correct. Have you done this?: YupDo you understand the definition of realism gaming according to the 75th realism unit, and is this the type of realism experience you desire and are willing to abide by?: YesHave you read and understood the requirements for our unit and the criteria for being active and taking a billet in this unit and that failure to complete said criteria will place you into the reserve platoon?:YaYou understand the fact that this unit is a EST (GMT -5) time zone based unit, and the attendance requirements of operations are dependent on your choice of Saturdays at 2000 Eastern (0100 GMT)?: Yes
  7. Last week
  8. Applicant @PVT Hoosier, A, We appreciate your application to the 75th Ranger Regiment, however we do not allow dual-clanning. This application has been flagged due to your association with another unit. Please provide proof of resignation from your other unit before moving forward with your application. Respectfully Submitted, MAJ Chase.T Commanding
  9. First Name: AlexLast Name: HoosierAge:20 Desired Duty Assignment:11B Infantry ArmA III Player ID (this is a 17 digit number, NOT your gaming handle/nickname): 76561198023101212How long have you been playing ArmA III?: 2 monthsAre you currently a member of an ArmA III gaming clan or unit?: 212th Attack BattalionWhy do you want to join the 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: Just looking for a more realistic milsim If you have elected either rotary wing pilot, fighter pilot or medic, if all billets are full by the time you finish the training pipeline, you may have to go infantry for the time being. Do you understand this?: YesDo you understand that as of 30SEP2016, you will be required to own Arma 3 Apex DLC in order to actively participate in the unit?: YesPlease check your user profile and ensure that the email address you registered with is correct. Have you done this?: YesDo you understand the definition of realism gaming according to the 75th realism unit, and is this the type of realism experience you desire and are willing to abide by?: YesHave you read and understood the requirements for our unit and the criteria for being active and taking a billet in this unit and that failure to complete said criteria will place you into the reserve platoon?: YesYou understand the fact that this unit is a EST (GMT -5) time zone based unit, and the attendance requirements of operations are dependent on your choice of Saturdays at 2000 Eastern (0100 GMT)?: Yes
  10. Welcome Candidates, This is a professional setting, expect to use military courtesy at all times during official functions. This means addressing by rank and name or sir/ma'am if the individual is an officer. To everyone, including fellow students. Ranger Assessment and Selection Program (RASP) is a 4 day class you must complete to be assigned to the unit. Below you will find information you need to know before attending a OSUT. Keep in mind that the each class may take up to 3 hours maximum in length. Welcome to Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, Please take the time to read all of the information on this page before posting a reply. There is important info here that can answer most of your questions. Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Classes are held in a Classroom channel on TeamSpeak. Make sure to download and install the required mods before signing up. If your mods are not working correctly when asked to come into a server, you will need to reschedule for another class. Required Mods: Load only and all the mods listed here. Do not run any additional client mods. 75th Modpack v3.1.1 75th ACE v3.12.6 75th TFAR v1.0.302 75th Maps v1.0.0 75th Userconfig 75th RHSAFRF v0.4.8 75th RHSGREF v0.4.8 75th RHSSAF v0.4.8 75th RHSUSAF v0.4.8 CBA v3.11.1 CUP Terrains Core v1.4.2 CUP Terrains Maps v1.4.2 Approved Teamspeak: v3.2.3 Approved ArmA 3 Version: v1.92 If you do not have the required mods ready to go when the class starts, you will be asked to attend another time. This is meant to speed up classes and not make people wait for those who have not taken the time to check their mods prior to class. I will be available at least 15 minutes prior to the class start, however it is strongly encouraged that you to use the support and assistance available to you below to get your mods correctly installed well before the class starts. Support and Assistance for new Recruits: Help with your mods is available on the forums! If you have any questions regarding mods you are free to post in the Support Station Look out for topics starting with "INFO" in the PHASE II: Ranger Assessment and Selection Program section of the forums for further information. Helpful Links: Help with Mod Installation Student Reference Document FAQ Q - What server do I join? A - When it's time for you to know, your instructor will tell you. Q - What Teamspeak channel should I be in? A - The first available classroom channel. Typically 'Classroom 2' but that can change. Q - Can I complete RASP with mod problems? A - No. All Recruits must have their mods in working order before passing One Station Unit Training. Q - What should my name in Teamspeak be? A - "PVT Name.S". (Last Name followed by an period followed by an first name initial.) Q - I signed up for a class but can't make it, what do I do? A - Edit your post in the thread to say "Disregard" and just do not attend. Schedules change, people lose track of time, etc. We understand. Q - I am having trouble installing my mods correctly, what do I do? Can you help me? A - Modding a game is an extensive process for new comers, we understand. Though people like your RASP Instructor are here to help, we are a small group of people and don't have the time to walk every one of you through your mod installation. I recommend using video and written tutorials found all over the internet to help you out. Q - When should I be in Teamspeak? A - At minimum, I would like you to be in the classroom channel 15 minutes before start time. This allows me to get you sorted out on the paperwork and will get the class done faster. If you have any questions or concerns, message: Instructor: @CPL Harden.J If after 72 hours and your Instructor has not responded, message: Training OIC: @MAJ Chase.T Sign up for this class! If you wish to attend this class, please sign up below. Please include your last name (used on your application) with the date and time when replying to this topic. "PVT Example.T will be attending class Alpha, 07APR18 @2000 EST" (DDMMMYY)
  11. This document is intended to provide students in the 3/75 Ranger Realism Unit with a reference for important information they will need during their careers with us in the 3/75 RU. Document Link
  12. RASP Senior Instructor - CPL Harden.J RASP Senior Instructor - OPEN RASP Assistant Instructor - OPEN RASP Assistant Instructor - OPEN RASP Assistant Instructor - OPEN RASP Assistant Instructor - OPEN
  13. Applicant @Comrade Grandma We appreciate your interest in the 75th Ranger Regiment Realism unit, however this application has been flagged since you have not came into the teamspeak for an interview. Please join the Teamspeak to speak with a Recruiter if you would like to proceed with your application process. Teamspeak Address: 147.135.9.176 Password: Rangers2019 Respectfully Submitted, MAJ Chase.T Commanding
  14. Candidate @Cuddles, Application accepted. Within the next hour, you will receive a welcome aboard private message with some general instructions to get you initially set up. You have been assigned to a Recruiter to help you throughout the process of getting through your Basic Training. You have been assigned to a Recruiter in order to help you get through the process of getting into the unit. This Recruiter will assist you in setting up your mods if you require any assistance, getting you into a Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, and finally, help you get assigned to a unit. Throughout the process, your Recruiter will be able to answer any and all questions you have. Your Recruiter will be @A1C Harden.J. Make sure to send them a PM as soon as possible letting them know you've been assigned to them. If for any reason if you haven't responded within 48 hours they will approach you. Fair warning, however, if you haven't responded to that PM within 48 hours, you will have to reapply to the unit. If after you contact your recruiter, they fail to respond within 24 hours, or you are wishing to attend a training within the next 24 hours, please feel free to contact any recruiter on the contact list. In Summary: Step 1. Receive Welcome Aboard Message and follow Instructions inside of the Welcome Aboard Message Step 2. Send a private message to your Recruiter Thank you and once again, welcome aboard, Recruit. Respectfully Submitted, MAJ Chase.T Commanding
  15. Operation Brass Knuckle Mission One 3/75 has been assigned to kill/capture Heisenberg, the World’s most wanted terrorist leader. Lingor is located in Northern Africa along the Mediterranean Sea. One of Heisenberg’s top leaders, Darka Shiite, runs a militia faction known as Boko Haram Ingame Startup Time: 02:15:00 75th Ranger Regiment Mission Objective: Kill/Capture any Boko Haram Officers. Neutralize enemy threats, Capture the enemy’s radio station, and search for any Intel Eliminate all enemy QRF. Search Areas of Interest for Intel (take screenshots of installations, equipment, supplies, and HVT’s). Bring demolition blocks and AT rockets to aid in the destruction. Task Sabre Saw: Rangers/160th SOAR 160th SOAR Gunships will lead with an airstrike from North to South destroying enemy QRF Helicopters along the runway as well as the Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT Marked on the map). Rangers will Static Line from a MH-47 onto the air strip. The mission is to secure the airfield and the radio station. Destroy any QRF vehicles using demo/air strike. Neutralize enemy roving patrols. Upon mission success, check in with Ground HQ and prepare to proceed with Task Skilsaw. Task Skilsaw Secure the enemy HQ, destroy BTRs in the motor pool with demo/air strike, kill/capture HVT’s and search for Intel. Upon mission success, check in with Ground HQ and prepare to proceed with Task Saw Dust. Task Saw Dust Search the office building for Intel. Be prepared to collect/destroy any “sensitive material” Task Corona Secure OP Corona, neutralize any threats. Gain overwatch POS and support any units necessary. Upon mission success, check in with Ground HQ and prepare to proceed with Task Cobalt. Task Cobalt Secure Target Building “Cobalt.” Plant demo on the power transformers to disable the lights. Search for any Intel/HVT’s and be prepared to collect/destroy any “sensitive materials” Task Cyanide Search the Area of Interest including Target Building Cyanide. Search for any Intel/HVT’s and be prepared to collect/destroy any “sensitive materials” EXTRACTION: Rangers will RV at HLZ: Primary Extraction (*Note: If primary HLZ is not safe, be prepared to relocate and mark the Secondary HLZ)
  16. Recruiting Process Q: How can I join the 3/75? A: Register for a forum account here and then go to the recruiting area and follow the steps in this post to complete your application. We require you to be registered on the forums to cut down on the number of bogus applications we receive plus joining the forum is the first step of joining our community. Q: Why must I have a realistic name? A: First and foremost, we are a realism unit, and therefore require a realistic name that won't seem outlandish to say in a normal conversation. Also, it improves communication, saying "Private Smith" is a lot easier and makes more sense than saying "Private Bballer46gotMadSkillz". Lastly, upon entering the unit, a record is created behind your soldier and therefore a lot of things are tied to your name. Naming Policy Q: Must I use my real name? A: No, you absolutely do not have to use your real name. Again, it just needs to be realistic. Q: What is considered a realistic name? A: A realistic name is a name that could be found in a phone book. Please know that your name does not have to be American. Q: Why is there an age requirement? A: First and foremost, the game is rated M for mature audiences only. Secondly, we have a certain way we enjoy playing the game, particularly by the standards listed here. Therefore, again, we wish to play with mature players who understand and embody our philosophy. Q: I do not meet the age requirement, but am really mature. Can an exception be made or I be interviewed to prove so. A: No. Sorry. Q: Does choosing an MOS (your role essentially) on my application lock me into that MOS? A: No. You are only required to officially pick an MOS after the completion of the training pipeline. We have you choose beforehand to try and get accurate numbers for personnel assignments. Q: Since you mentioned it above, what is the training pipeline? A: The training pipeline is training we require new personnel in the unit to complete. It starts with One Station Unit Training (after your application has been accepted) and then moves to Ranger Assessment and Selection Program (RASP) which is essentially the infantryman's course. From there, certain MOS's may require additional training, for example pilots will than go to flight school. Once your MOS specific training is completed, you are considered to have finished the training pipeline. Q: My application has been accepted, and I received my welcome aboard message, now what? A: Selected a One Station Unit Training class here and conduct your One Station Unit Training class. Make sure to download the required mods for your game. Q: What does the 11B Infantryman MOS do? A: 11B infantryman's are the backbone of the army. In this MOS you can expect to do whatever you imagine an infantryman would do, from fighting the enemy on the ground, to kicking down doors. These personnel fill our light infantry, air assault platoons. Q: What does the 11B Anti-armor specialist MOS do? A: 11B Anti-armor specialists fight right along side their rifleman counter parts. The only difference is anti-armor specialist employ the Javelin Missile System to engage and destroy enemy armor. These personnel fill our light infantry, air assault platoons. Q: What does the 11B Machine Gunner MOS do? A:11B Machine Gunners also fight alongside their rifleman counter parts. The only difference is the machine gunner employs the M240 Medium Machine Gun to destroy the enemy with overwhelming firepower. These personnel fill our light infantry, air assault platoons. Q: Why are there 4 different versions of the 11B MOS? A: Easier tracking of personnel, specific training's required and personnel assignments. Q: What does the 68W Health Care Specialist (Combat Medic) MOS do? A: Combat medics do exactly what you would expect a combat medic to do, they treat wounded soldiers on the battlefield. Our combat medics, fight right alongside our infantrymen on the battlefield. However, during missions they do have a different primary role, and that is again, treating injured soldiers. Q: What does the 153A Rotary Wing Pilot MOS do? A: Our Rotary Wing (helicopter) Pilots fly a multitude of aircraft. Our pilots, are qualified to fly multiple differnt aircraft, for whatever the missions is, and so they don't sit in a transport helicopter the entire mission. The aircraft we fly are the MH-60 Blackhawk, MH-47 Chinook, AH-6 Little Bird, and MH-60 DAP. Q: What does the 11F3B Fighter Pilot MOS do? A: Our 11F3B Fighter Pilots are majority of the United States Air Force Personnel in the unit. They fly the A-10 Thunderbolt during missions. Q: Can I change MOS's? A: Yes, at the end of the day we want you to have fun. If the MOS you are currently in does not interest you anymore, you are allowed to ask for a transfer to get transferred to another section. However, you can only do this so many times in certain time frames as it otherwise creates a clerical catastrophe. Q: How do I get special MOS’s such as 11A, 11Z, 15A, 00Z, 60A, and 1C471? A: These billets listed above are primary leadership billets, and billets that require extensive experience and training. These are generally your officers and senior enlisted personnel. We do not allow you to enter the unit as an officer (except for fight pilots) as we want you to learn how the unit works and operates before putting you into a leadership role. When positions do become available, they are done by another application process. Q: Before my application is accepted, who may I contact with additional questions? A: Anyone on this list One Station Unit Training Q: What is One Station Unit Training and why do I have to take it? A: One Station Unit Training is your formal introduction to the unit. It reaffirms what the unit is about, and what we expect as members. It allows you to see what we are about before making larger obligations. It also ensures that your game modifications are in working order before moving on to RASP. Q: Is One Station Unit Training like basic training in real life? A: No. A lot of skills that you would learn in Basic Combat Training, you learn in the RASP phase. Again, One Station Unit Training is to introduce you to the unit, not to living the army life. Also, at no point is your instructor allowed to impersonate a drill sergeant. However, do not confuse a drill sergeant with someone who responds in direct answers, and firm responses. Q: I cannot make any of the scheduled times, what happens now? A: Unfortunately we do not make special classes for anyone. If we made a special class for you, than we have to make a special class for everyone. Our recruit instructor team tries to schedule classes are different times (weekdays, weekends, earlier in the day for European Players). All we can say is watch the One Station Unit Training board, as instructors sometimes switch their times, or new instructors are brought on. Q: How long does One Station Unit Training take? A: One Station Unit Training can last up to 3 hours long, however, most classes end somewhere between 2 and 3 hours. Q: What happens if my mods are not working by the time of my One Station Unit Training class? A: Unfortunately if you mods are not working, you will have to attend One Station Unit Training at another time. During class, instructors do not have the time to work with each student to set up mods. Before, or after classes, instructors (and other unit members) are generally open to helping you with mods, you just have to ask. You can also reference this thread for help on how to set up your modifications. Q: My application has not been approved yet, can I attend One Station Unit Training? A: No. You have to have your application approved before anything. You will also be asked to show your application before One Station Unit Training starts, so don' try to outsmart the system. Q: How do I sign up for a One Station Unit Training class? A: Simply find a class that works for you on this board, and post saying that you plan to attend, than show up at the appropriate time on TeamSpeak and be ready to go. Q: I finished One Station Unit Training now what? A: Once you finish One Station Unit Training, your instructor will post a report saying that you (and your classmates) have completed the course. From here S-1 personnel in the unit will process the report and give your account more accesses. When you get those access, you will be able to see this board. Here all personnel will move on to phase 2 of the training pipeline and attend RASP. Please note that it may take up to 48 hours to have your report processed. Q: Who is my point of contact for any questions while I am in One Station Unit Training? A: The recruit instructor of whichever class you wish to attend. Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Q: What is RASP and why do we have to take it? A: Ranger Assessment and Selection Program is the units basic training. This training is a basis that we require all members to have completed. Here you will learn things from how to use the interfaces of the game, how to apply basic medical treatment, how to use your weapons, how to conduct convoy operations all the way to how to conduct urban combat. At the end of the day, no matter what billet you hold, from rifleman to battalion commander, there are basic soldiering skills in the Army that we require all members to have. Q: I cannot make any of the scheduled times, what happens now? A: Unfortunately we do not make special classes for anyone. If we made a special class for you, than we have to make a special class for everyone. Our RASP instructor team tries to schedule classes are different times (weekdays, weekends, earlier in the day for European Players). All we can say is watch the RASP board, as instructors sometimes switch their times, or new instructors are brought on. Q: How long does RASP take to complete? A: 4, 2-3 hour days over 2 weeks. Q: Do I have to take all the days of RASP, in class, or can I switch classes? A: No, you do not have to take all 4 days within the same class (the same instructor). We do ask that you refrain from this, as it causes unnecessary hassles. However, if you plan to switch classes do to scheduling issues, we ask that you contact the instructor that you are switching to, so he can expect you. And your former instructor, so he knows not to expect you. Note that you can only take 2 days of RASP in a week. Q: Do I have to take the days of RASP in order? A: Yes, all days are sequential and build off the previous days. Q: I was in the military and have been playing ARMA III since it came out, I don't need to take these classes, can I just come to day 4 show you what I know and graduate. A: NO, we do things differently from the military. Tactics have been adjusted for fighting AI and having fun, so what you know may not transfer over 100%. In addition it allows you to meet and work with some of the individuals you will fight along side with on the field. In addition you must complete all 4 days in order to graduate. Q: I already know everything that your going to go over day 1 can I skip and show you that I know it the other 3 days? A: NO. You must attend all 4 days to graduate and being at all 4 days allows you to meet and work with some of the individuals you will fight along side with on the field. No one in this unit gets special treatment. Q: I cannot make it to any classes can I get a private training? A: We do not offer private training. We do not have the resources and there are subjects that require multiple students to be taught effectively. Q: What if I have to miss a class? A: If you are not able to attend a class you have 2 options. 1. You wait two weeks and take the class with the same instructor with the next cycle. 2. You are able to transfer to another class to take the class. Report in to that classes thread saying that you took the previous day with the other instructor. Q: I am a medic, what happens after I finish RASP? A: If you are a medic, after completing RASP, you need to report to Combat Medic School (CMS) here and sign up for a class. Q: I am a medic, why do I have to take the infantryman’s course (RASP)? A: While medics are NOT infantrymen, their job requires them to possess a certain amount of skills that are very similar to that of an infantryman, our medics also operate directly alongside our infantrymen. This also allows for easier MOS transferring in the future as you won't have to go back and take RASP if you want to transfer from medic to infantryman. Q: I am a pilot (both helicopter and fighter pilot), why do I have to take the infantryman’s course RASP)? A: While pilots are NOT infantrymen, their job requires them to have an understanding of what the infantrymen they are supporting, are doing. This also allows for easier MOS transferring in the future as you won't have to go back and take RASP if you want to transfer from pilot to infantryman. Q: I am a pilot, what happens after I finish RASP? A: While pilots are NOT infantrymen, their job requires them to have an understanding of what the infantrymen they are supporting, are doing. This also allows for easier MOS transferring in the future as you won't have to go back and take RASP if you want to transfer from pilot to infantryman. Q: I signed up to be a medic, or pilot. I have just completed RASP and my instructor says that there are no open positions for my MOS, what happens now? A: In your application, you agreed to the statement that if there are no open positions at the time your training finishes, you will either go to reserves (an inactive member) and await a position to open, or you can go infantry until a position does open. Q: But I was accepted as a medic, or pilot. And now you are saying I cannot play as that? A: No. you just have to be patient. Also understand that we do not reserve positions for anyone. The training pipeline can take 2 weeks at the least. It is unreasonable to reserve a spot in the unit for someone for two weeks without knowing if they will even finish the training. Further Training Q: Once I finish the new persons training pipeline (One Station Unit Training, RASP, and any additional MOS training), is there any further training's? A: Yes, once you get assigned to your unit, you can take WLC, ALC, SLC, and AAS. Note that these classes are not required. They are only required for special positions (generally leadership positions). Q: What is Basic Leaders Course? A: Basic Leaders Course is a series of small classes that give you certain knowledge to be able to lead a team (around 3 other personnel depending on positions). Q: What is Advanced Leaders Course? A: Advanced Leaders Course is a series of small classes that give you certain knowledge to be able to lead a squads worth of men (around 8 (2 teams) other personnel depending on positions). Q: What is Senior Leadership Course? A: Senior Leadership Courses are required to be completed by infantry officers and SNCOs to learn additional unit procedures and tactical information needed for leading multiple squads and/or larger unit elements. Q: Why do BLC, ALC, and SLC exist? A: BLC, ALC, and SLC exist to expand upon knowledge that members have learned in the unit by being a rifleman, medic, pilot, etc. They will also train you on what we expect out of a leader, what a leader is, duties and responsibilities, and unit policies. Q: What is Jump School? A: Jump School is a special school offered to all members of the unit, but is only required for squad leaders and up. Air Assault School specifically does into depth on procedures and tactics regarding airborne/air assault operations (fixed/helicopter assault).
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  19. This document is intended to provide students in the 3/75 Ranger Realism Unit with a reference for important information they will need during their careers with us in the 3/75 RU. Document Link
  20. Attention, We've had multiple cases recently of people taking it upon themselves to edit their own profile - usually to edit their signature. All members are prohibited from altering their forum profile in any way. Forum profiles are standardized by unit policy and managed by S-1 Personnel, and members who are caught doing this will have their profiles reverted to standard, and repeat offenses will likely result in discipline. Consider your profile information off-limits. If you wish to use custom signatures or avatars, Teamspeak is the place to express yourself, not here.
  21. If you have any questions, contact the instructor for the class that you signed up for or post your question as a new topic here: https://www.3-75rr.com/forums/forum/5-support-station/ Do not post questions or requests in the class threads.
  22. First of all, welcome to the 3/75. This post is to inform you guys what you can do in the unit while attending and waiting on RASP to finish: -Attend trainings: As an RASP student, you are allowed to attend all trainings that you desire. The only limitations being if someone is self hosting a mission and can't hold more people, the training/mission is full, or you're trying to join a training that you're not authorized for. -Get familiar with the forums and layouts. It is very important to be able to navigate your way around and keep yourself updated. Once you complete RASP, your Fire Team Thread, Squad Thread, and Platoon Thread or equivalents are very important for you to keep an eye on. -Meet people. Introduce yourself or just sit around in a channel with a lot of people while they're talking and learn how the people around here are. In addition to being an ArmA Realism Unit, the 3/75 is also a gaming community and our members play other games together. Don't interrupt conversations and don't be annoying. You don't want to alienate yourself from others in the unit before even completing RASP. Hope you guys enjoy your time here.
  23. In your Application you are required to provide us with your ARMA 3 Player Identification Number (PID). This is a number unique to every copy of ARMA 3 and is used to add you to our XML file. This file is viewable by the community and also adds the unit emblem to both your character model and the side of any vehicle you may be operating. To find your Player Identification Number you will first need to launch the game just as you would normally. Once Arma 3 launches to the main menu screen click on the Profile icon in the upper right hand corner. Click on EDIT to edit your profile. Click on the UNIT tab at the top of the frame. Your Arma III Player ID will be shown where the red block is. (This is also the screen where you will put in your Squad XML once accepted.) NOTE: If it's not visible, make sure to select CUSTOM from the UNIT drop down menu to see this screen (Note: If you haven't set up a new Player Profile the default profile will be displayed as your Computer Username) Now that you have your PID make sure to write it down very carefully, as we go by the PID number you provide us in your application exactly as it is shown in your application, and any errors will result in unnecessary delays in processing your application.
  24. First Name: Josh Last Name: Cuddles Age: 18 Desired Duty Assignment: Rotary Pilot How long have you been playing Armed Assault III (Arma 3)? 4 Years, 1696 Hours Are you currently in an Armed Assault III gaming clan or unit? No How did you find out about us? Through a prior unit member. If you were recruited by one of our members, who was it?: Why do you want to join the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: I want to join the unit because of my previous experience with it. It was a fun enjoyable community where I was able to play realistically with like minded people and that has brought me back to play again after a hiatus. Are you a prior member of the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: If yes, what level of training did you complete?: Qualified Rotary Pilot ArmA III Player ID: 76561198056757365 Steam Name: Banquet Steam Profile Link: https://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198056757365/ Do you own ArmA III APEX?: Yes Have you changed your Team Speak/Arma3Units name to your chosen in game name for our member recognition system?: Yes Have you read and understood our Orientation and do you agree to abide by it?: Yes Have you read and understood the requirements for our unit and the criteria for being active and taking a billet in this unit and that failure to complete said criteria will place you into the reserve platoon?: Yes You understand the fact that this unit is a EST (GMT -5) time zone based unit, and the attendance requirements of operations on Saturdays at 1900 EST (0500 GMT)?: Yes
  25. When you apply to the unit, you are given the choice for a first and last name. This does not have to be your real first and last name(I personally encourage fake names). If you choose a fake name, the following policies apply: -It may not be a celebrity/silly name -It must be a realistic name (subject to unit approval)
  26. The primary focus of the unit is special operations light infantry combat in ArmA 3 utilizing real to life tactics, techniques, protocol, and communication. ... At its core, a realism unit is a role-playing unit. We strive to promote an immersive and professional environment for members to role-play in by providing a unique and structured military experience. When in-game, members are expected to act as if they are on a foreign battlefield or in a domestic training environment. To give an explanation of what this means, you are playing a role in-game as part of the realism experience. You want to role-play in game as a PVT, SPC, SGT, Infantryman, Medic, etc, etc. You are expected to act as if you are that soldier in that environment when you are playing. This means that you need to be ready to immerse yourself in your role while in-game. From mission start to mission end you need to pretend that you are in a combat environment - no talking about your "fps" or "lag" or "teamspeak issues" unless there is a critical emergency that needs to be addressed. Don't talk about what you're watching on TV while you're playing or what other people around you are doing. These are all things that break the immersion that is desired by others. Voice Activation - If you cannot control your voice activation, you will be required to switch to a push-to-talk profile. If you have loud TV or music in the background, or you eat or drink, or there are people or loud children that are constantly making noise, or you use speakers that feed-back through your microphone, or any other sort of voice activation issues you will be required to switch to PTT. This can be one of the single most immersion-breaking experiences and will not be tolerated. It is our hope in the 3/75 that we provide the ArmA realism experience that you are looking for. See you on the battlefield!
  27. First Name: Dan Last Name: Potthoff Age: 20 Desired Duty Assignment: Infantry How long have you been playing Armed Assault III (Arma 3)? 4 years, 2386 hours Are you currently in an Armed Assault III gaming clan or unit? no How did you find out about us? clanlist If you were recruited by one of our members, who was it?: n/a Why do you want to join the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: To experience a new unit and to enjoy Arma 3 again Are you a prior member of the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment Realism Unit?: no If yes, what level of training did you complete?: N/A ArmA III Player ID: Ripper Steam Name: Comrade Grandma Steam Profile Link: http://steamcommunity.com/id/Dabiwel22/ Do you own ArmA III APEX?: yes Have you changed your Team Speak/Arma3Units name to your chosen in game name for our member recognition system?: yes Have you read and understood our Orientation and do you agree to abide by it?: yes Have you read and understood the requirements for our unit and the criteria for being active and taking a billet in this unit and that failure to complete said criteria will place you into the reserve platoon?: yes You understand the fact that this unit is a EST (GMT -5) time zone based unit, and the attendance requirements of operations on Saturdays at 1900 EST (0500 GMT)?: yes
  28. Candidate Hennessey, Application accepted. Within the next hour, you will receive a welcome aboard private message with some general instructions to get you initially set up. You have been assigned to a Recruiter to help you throughout the process of getting through your Basic Training. You have been assigned to a Recruiter in order to help you get through the process of getting into the unit. This Recruiter will assist you in setting up your mods if you require any assistance, getting you into a Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, and finally, help you get assigned to a unit. Throughout the process, your Recruiter will be able to answer any and all questions you have. Your Recruiter will be @A1C Harden.J. Make sure to send them a PM as soon as possible letting them know you've been assigned to them. If for any reason if you haven't responded within 48 hours they will approach you. Fair warning, however, if you haven't responded to that PM within 48 hours, you will have to reapply to the unit. If after you contact your recruiter, they fail to respond within 24 hours, or you are wishing to attend a training within the next 24 hours, please feel free to contact any recruiter on the contact list. In Summary: Step 1. Receive Welcome Aboard Message and follow Instructions inside of the Welcome Aboard Message Step 2. Send a private message to your Recruiter Thank you and once again, welcome aboard, Recruit. Respectfully Submitted, SFC Luckman.T Personnel Chief
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