Task Force 121

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Title: Task Force 121 Information and Base Rules Before Application
Post by: LTC Duckworth on 21Sep2017, 11:49
Fact Sheet

Founding Date: 28 September 2016
Current Membership: 40+
Current Average Per Sunday: 25-35
Mandatory Events: RASP I and notification of Attendance for Sundays
Unit Leaders: MAJ Duckworth (founder), MAJ Benguin, and 1LT Mauricio

Task Force 121 Official Naming Policy

Task Force 121 is at least partially milsim/realism, so the name you use should be of the same vein. This does not mean that you must use your real surname, but it must be at least plausible or sound like it could be a real surname. Names with an obvious fantasy draw, such as "Dovakiin" or "Kenobi" will be disallowed and you will be asked to choose another as your application is being processed. Likewise if your name is or can be conceived as being offensive, likewise you will be required to change it. Task Force 121 consists of all manner of members from many places and walks of life and it is unacceptable to have an offensive name. Lastly it is ill-advised to use the name of a famous or infamous historical individual, alive or dead.

If you have any questions, please connect to our Discord or Teamspeak 3 server and seek assistance. We will be glad to help you out.

Code of Conduct

Task Force 121 has few rules of conduct as we have a single overarching guideline for this.

DON'T BE AN ASSHAT.

This is a catch-all from interpersonal communications to your expected behavior in any official Task Force 121 event, be it a co-op with another unit, a training event, or a Sunday operation. Whining, complaining, raging, or bitching will not be tolerated. We expect everyone in Task Force 121 to conduct themselves as adults. This extends to your Chain of Command, you are here to play at least some level of tactical milsim in ArmA 3, that includes following orders from your leaders. Task Force 121's official outlook for the Chain of Command is "Lead, follow, or get out of the way."

Task Force 121 Official Statement On Dual Clanning

As of 21 September 2017, Task Force 121 is reconsidering this point. For the last year it has been a no-go, however Unit Leadership will be reviewing this point.