101st Airborne Division, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment
101st Airborne Division, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment is a United States Army Military Simulation Unit based on the game ArmA 3. We host deployment operations on our private servers using; terrain, weapon, radio, vehicle and gameplay modifications. Our structure, ranks, billets, and atmosphere are closely related to the United States Military and particularly the United States Army. Other aspects are our own adaptations such as; awards and accommodations, promotion policy, training and weapon qualifications. Official Unit Time is United States - New York [-05:00 GMT]
Website: 101stAB's website
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You must be at least 18 years old
You must have a legal copy of ArmA 3
You must be proficient in the English language
You must have a willingness to learn and develop skills
Most of our members are adults with full-time jobs and families. Some are active or prior military others are civilians. Some are green to the ArmA experiences others have been playing ArmA since 2004. If you enjoy teamwork, leadership, cohesion and are always seeking to improve and better yourself, this is your home.
Our Play Style
Our unit hosts a Second World War length campaign that runs from Operation Torch to the last days of the European theater. While our namesake is the 101st Airborne, we may fight the great battles of Europe as the 82nd Airborne, 2nd Armor Division, and other U.S. Army units.
We are a military simulation unit, this means we have assigned billets and positions. Ranks are proportional to our needs, same with medics or aviators. Leadership courses are also available to Corporals to begin taking control of a squad. Our Staff Sections are organized similarly to the real world S-1, S-2, S-3, S-4, S-5 they assist our unit with all the behind the scenes needs for running the unit.
Joining The Unit
New recruits coming into the 101st Airborne Division, 506th PIR go through our version of Basic Combat Training (BCT). From there they are placed into an open billet of their top choice if available. Members who select medic or pilot will need additional training in the Medical or Flight School. The pipeline for aviators joining the 9th Air Force is much the same, with the needed requirement of Flight School before being commissioned a Flight Officer.
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