We expect all of our members to take what they do seriously and to fit in where they should. We generally ask our members to be over 18. However, we will review age on a case-by-case basis if it's necessary.
Having a working microphone will allow you to properly communicate with other members to ensure that information is being passed on efficiently. Communication is the core of military operations.
If you cannot accurately predict your life 48 hours ahead then this community may not be for you. We expect our members to attend operations regularly and give notice if they can't attend an operation.
Our main events are hosted on Friday and Saturday evenings at 22:00hrs GMT and 20:00hrs GMT. Events generally last anywhere from 2 to 4 hours depending on the nature of the objective.
Our training programme consists of 3 phases, designed to teach and test your individual skills, group skills and leadership skills. These will generally be done over 3 weeks.
You will be required to read through and agree to our rules in your application. Once you have been accepted, you will be assigned to a training platoon and will begin your training.
Your interest form will be our first official impression of you so it is important to ensure that it is done correctly. The information you provide in this form will be used to contact you.
Should you meet our basic requirements, a Recruiting Liaison will invite you on to our Teamspeak 3 server for a quick chat. This is done so that we can fill in complementary information and induct you into the unit.
Once you have been inducted, you will be given your training dates and your journey begins.