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Head to Head: JSOC

Head to Head: JSOC

Throughout the week, Command and Staff have discussed the issues that have created divides within our community. Namely the...

Head to Head: USASOC

Head to Head: USASOC

Throughout the week, Command and Staff have discussed the issues that have created divides within our community. Namely the...

The Experience

The Experience

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Honor the fallen

Honor the fallen

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Conquest: Fear

Conquest: Fear

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Konnectus' Smoke Pit

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Head to Head: JSOC

Written by K. Dax on . Posted in News

Throughout the week, Command and Staff have discussed the issues that have created divides within our community. Namely the under-population of several units, a lack of diversity in billets and in mission statements, as well as training pipelines that seem to last too long and causing issues within the overarching USSOCOM banner. These issues have created an environment that is not as fun for the average player, therefore less appealing. As a community, we need to come together to make changes. Focusing on aspects such as uniforms, call-signs, and weaponry are irrelevant - at the end of the day, the player-base is what brings us together. A culture shift needs to occur within our membership in order to improve.

We all want to feel as if what we do is unique, but through our uniqueness, we’ve become narrow-minded and too focused on it that we’ve lost some of our joint capability. What Command and Staff has agreed on is consolidation. Some units are going to be temporarily dissolved, and some are going to increase in personnel. However, each and every one of us are members of this community, and we all have a stake in what happens here. Two options have been refined: USASOC or JSOC. Each have their benefits and issues, so Command and Staff is asking everyone to read what has been compiled for the both options, form an opinion, and vote.

Head to Head: USASOC

Written by K. Dax on . Posted in News

Throughout the week, Command and Staff have discussed the issues that have created divides within our community. Namely the under-population of several units, a lack of diversity in billets and in mission statements, as well as training pipelines that seem to last too long and causing issues within the overarching USSOCOM banner. These issues have created an environment that is not as fun for the average player, therefore less appealing. As a community, we need to come together to make changes. Focusing on aspects such as uniforms, call-signs, and weaponry are irrelevant - at the end of the day, the player-base is what brings us together. A culture shift needs to occur within our membership in order to improve.

We all want to feel as if what we do is unique, but through our uniqueness, we’ve become narrow-minded and too focused on it that we’ve lost some of our joint capability. What Command and Staff has agreed on is consolidation. Some units are going to be temporarily dissolved, and some are going to increase in personnel. However, each and every one of us are members of this community, and we all have a stake in what happens here. Two options have been refined: USASOC or JSOC. Each have their benefits and issues, so Command and Staff is asking everyone to read what has been compiled for the both options, form an opinion, and vote.

The Experience

Written by J. Stapp on . Posted in News

My experiences in the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) have been numbered, in fact, I will be reaching my one month anniversary of applying as of tomorrow - not a large milestone, but hopefully the first of many.

New experiences come often in our Teamspeak channels. From my gaming session, I was amazed at the professionalism and the level of intensity in something as simple as a mission drafted up within a few minutes on a public server. Gaming session segued in to my board review which I came in to more nervous than anything I've done on ArmA, mainly because I expected a large light in my face while two men preformed the "good cop, bad cop" routine on me, cross examining every step I took since I submitted my application post. Luckily for me, it was nothing like that, and my recruiter, Captain Nimbus, was very kind and respectful, only placing more trust in myself that I had came to the correct unit.

"Luckily for me, it was nothing like that, and my recruiter, Captain Nimbus, was very kind and respectful, only placing more trust in myself that I had came to the correct unit."

Basic Training was an experience in itself. I have never had such enthusiastic members wanting a class of 15+ individuals with no intellect needed past submitting an application to succeed as much as our J-7 staff did. Every day had a clear, concise topic, with expectations placed on both the recruits and the cadre. Our first day in between the barracks on an airfield located in forested Chernarus was nerve-wracking, and getting in synchronization with seventeen or so strangers was no easy feat. Learning how to work as a team in addition to cooperating with the cadre's commands was quite the challenge, however, it benefited us all, and I feel a sense of accomplishment from working together as a team and succeeding.

"I feel a sense of accomplishment from working together as a team and succeeding."

Straight out of the gates that are basic combat training, I was entered in to the Assessment & Selection portion of MSOS (Marine Special Operation School). These three days were the most difficult and trying portion of my short existence in the unit. Leading off with the phrase "Gentlemen, welcome to hell" coming from the mouth of Warrant Officer Candidate Reaper could not have been much more accurate. Team exercises were prevalent in our training, leading off with reading the "boards" in synchronization with the other two Privates. Customs and courtesies were incredibly important in A&S, with a flurry of "Yes Sir"'s, "Aye Aye, Sir"'s, and the all important "Kill!" With the lingering thought of failure in the back of all the Private's minds, we pushed onward regardless. Ending with a long recon FTX, the class came through together, and graduated in to ITC (Individualized Training Course).

"With the lingering thought of failure in the back of all the Private's minds, we pushed onward regardless. Ending with a long recon FTX, the class came through together, and graduated in to ITC (Individualized Training Course)."

ITC continues to push on, as we successfully passed Phase One over the weekend. Experiences still roll in daily, as I speak and collaborate with some of the more experienced USSOCOM members. The public server grants new experiences and new faces regularly, which constantly expands my horizons. Overall, USSOCOM has granted interesting happenings on a common basis, not only in game, but out.

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