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[75thSOG] YoMattYo

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#1 16 years ago

75th Special Forces Group Is looking for a few good troops

We here at the 75th have a long and proud record of Honor, Discipline, and Integrity. With all our new recruits we plan to continue this tradition with pride. I want to use this time to bring you up to speed on what the 75th is about. First off about me I am 1LT Ice Commanding Officer of the 75thSOG and Americas Army Clan. I have participated in over 50 sanctioned matches between 5 different league/ladders systems and have been responsible for as many as 20 troops and there well being. I am ex-military USARMY were I served with pride for just over two years. My goal for the 75th is simple to be the best not second best, but The Best!

I have set up the 75th to model a SFODA (Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha) also known as an ODA. I want to be frank at this point and say there will be nothing easy about the 75th it will be a lot of practices and hard work, but the pay off will be awesome. The one thing I have learned from being part of other teams is that how good you are really does not hold a lot of weight; it is how well you can work as a team that will make the real difference.

With that said I want to give you an idea of what were looking for in a clan member. Maturity, as a rule I do not recruit people younger that 21 for reasons of maturity, but that is not to say I will not. One of my trusted leaders is 18 and resides in Canada, but this troop is sharp as a tack and totally committed to excellence in both his personal life and in game Hooah. Trust, which is the foundation of what work on here at the 75th with out trust the team would fall apart. Loyalty, I put a lot into this clan and in return I expect all members once off probation to be completely loyal to the 75th, I don’t have the desire to train you and have you run to another group. Time/Dedication, This clan is not lax; it will consume your time. We have a minimum of 2 hours of practice per week, 1-3 hour match per week, plus an additional 5 hours per week of free gamming that must be done to stay with the 75th.

Well enough of what we want out of you, here is what you can expect out of us. We offer a strong since of military operation, command, and life style. Everyone here respects everyone not only as a person but for the rank they have earned. Chain of Command you will never be lost here at the 75th within a sea of other members, all troops have a place and a leader to report to for help and answers. Here is where the chain of command will kick in if he does not know the answer to you question you leader can ask his leader who then in turn ask me if he does not know it and I will research it if I don’t. I have been around the block a few times and there are not too many questions I can’t answer about the game. The 75th has a 24/7 Clan wide Team Speak server available for use by all of its members. We also have a 24/7 web site that keep the clan organized with forums, calendar system, and current news, awards, and more. The 75th currently offers a on demand clan server open to clan members, and working on getting a 24/7 server hooah. The 75th offers to all members the highest level of brotherhood and comradely that I have seen in any clan, if there is a situation and you need help personal, business, or gamming we have a support network of people that an try to lend a hand. Last but certainly not least we are a Gentlemen’s Club / Gentle Ladies Club, we have respect all members and their families to the highest level and carry our selves in a manner of distinction and excellence.

If this is something that sounds like what you are looking for then check us out at Http://75thSOG. click the enlistment button and fill out the form, that form will be transmitted to our ODA Leaders and they will send you a recruitment package.

Hooah, [75thSOG] Ice 1LT Commanding Officer 75th Special Operations Group [EMAIL=Commander@75thSOG.com]Commander@75thSOG.com[/EMAIL]




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#2 16 years ago

sounds like to much work just for a game to me




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#3 16 years ago

:rock: :fistpunch:




[75thSOG] YoMattYo

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#4 16 years ago

Actually it's not work...the game itself is supposed to be kind of like a hobby. A clan just requires a bit more dedication. If your not dedicated to playing the game and are just playing once every 2-3 weeks then you should not be looking for a clan. Our clan always puts your private life first BUT you must not show up every one in a while and say you were busy.




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#5 16 years ago

Well I can't agree with you more it does "sounds like to much work just for a game to me". If you look at Americas Army as a game with the same eye you look upon PS II then you right. The 75thSOG is not about playing a game; it is about being part of an organization that strives to be the best at the hobby they love. Troops of the 75thSOG look on AA as kin to bowlers in a bowling league; well we are gamer’s part of a gamming league. Why have a clan if your not serious, at least that is my thought. I hope if you’re looking for a clan you find what you are looking for I know we do.

Good luck




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#6 16 years ago

Bump:)




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#7 16 years ago

Bump Hooahh