Hello All, im 15, a cool funny guy, yet mature for my age. Anywho, Looking for a good AA clan. I have 25 honor. Im primaraly looking for a friendly, brotherhood like group, that PRIMARALY plays AA, Not bf2 (god forbid) LOL. Also, looking for a group that uses the ranking system, and use your real last names, thats always fun :) Hope to play with you all soon :beer:
well im looking to start a clan, have a look at the site if you like, im still toying with it, your young and prolly a webophile, let me know if you can help out with the site too, its www.masstraumaunit.com and please let me know what you think at [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email]
Hey uberparatrooper, the 75th Ranger Regiment has exactly what you are looking for. We primarily play AA (although we are starting a BF2 branch, it will not be associated with the AA branch), we use real Army ranks, and we use our real last names. I think we are perfect for you, but read on to see if we are really right for you. The 75th Ranger Regiment is a group of America's Army: Operations players who are looking for a challenging, realistic and accurate portrayal of urban battlefield combat.
- We respect the actions and heroism of the real Rangers of the United States Army.
As the real Rangers do, gallantly will we display the Core Values:
- [color=red]Loyalty[/color] [color=white]
[size=14]D[/size] uty[/color] [color=blue][size=14]R[/size] espect[/color] [color=red][size=14]S[/size] elfless Service[/color] [color=white][size=14]H[/size] onor[/color] [color=blue][size=14]I[/size] ntegrity[/color] [color=red][size=14]P[/size] ersonal Courage[/color] We will always show courtesy and respect to our superior officers. We will defeat the enemy to the best of our ability and accomplish our missions as a team. We will never quit. We are [size=14]Rangers[/size]. SFC Mallett says,
"One of the reasons I joined this unit was to be back in a military type environment so familiar to me from my time in the USMC. I sought a sense of belonging and camaraderie I had not been able to find elsewhere. On the whole, I have found that this unit suits my needs perfectly and I feel that I have much to contribute to it." SGT Gentsch says, "I never thought that I would call someone "brother", but in this unit your teammates deserve this title." SPC Anderson says, "If I had a dime for every time I wanted to quit during Basic, I would be rich. If I had a dollar for every time I thought about quitting now, I'd owe money." This is not a joke, soldier! If you are interested in joining the 75th Ranger Regiment, then we expect your 110% commitment to the unit. To learn more about us, visit http://75thrangers.us if you have any questions, feel free to post them in the Recruiting Lounge
LOL Whoever recruits like that deserves to be shot imediately.