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PFC W.Ellis

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         I Know I'm new to the unit but i would like to see RIP school in AA:PG. I would be willing to take the time to gather suggestions to build a map. If someone could help me put a instruction plan together that would help. I believe it would be a fair opportunity if we could be Ranger grads and earn a Ranger Canopy Tab. Also, we could take it up a notch and make a FT. Drum map and do mountain training.

 

        Thank You for your time.  


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SSG J.Rizzo

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Get with #CPT A.Cantu. i know he was trying to implement a ranger school for AAPG.


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PFC W.Ellis

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Rodger SSG.


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SPC C.Murdoch

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Cool idea!


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SFC A.Crasci

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All I can say is, Have fun!


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PFC W.Ellis

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Its gonna be a challenge, but I love a challenge. 


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PFC W.Ellis

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I am working on building some maps for this course. If you have any ideas please let me know. I was once told by a wise man when I was active duty army (my Captain company commander) "Great ideas make things stronger, the more put together make thing Amazing"


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SPC J.Bitar

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I fail to see the creation of ranger school happen in AAPG. This course requires more than 13 hours of training, covering several important topics that cannot be achieved in AAPG alone i.e amphibious landing, a lot of P.T etc. To put it frankly and bluntly... the hell are you guys going to do in AAPG for 13 hours?!


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SSG J.Rizzo

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Specialist, Dont so negative because both AAPG and insurgency is a much smaller game than ARMA. Their's a thing called adapting, and to be honest we have almost every course that Arma with Insurgency and AAPG combined. With the resoruces you have you have to be creative. now with that being said. yes Ranger school is a 12+ Hour course i dont see why we cant do it in less time with the same information that is being taught. 


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CPT A.Cantu

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Honestly, Arma Ranger School isn't really a school, nothing is taught during the course. It would be more aptly named Ranger Assessment and Selection Program, since what really goes on during Ranger School is assessment of combat and leadership skills. 

 

Ranger School for AAPG is something we have been discussing for at least a year at this point, although progress has been slowed as we have focused on more immediate and relevant content during that time. Myself being a Ranger, who has also been Cadre multiple times in Arma, have a specific vision of what needs to be accomplished in AAPG to meet and exceed the spirit of the requirements for Arma, much like I did with our AAPG Airborne School.

 

We have several ideas and concepts that we have discussed to address these core concepts, expectations, and requirements. It is doable, the hardest task is generating and creating the maps and content necessary to live up to my personal vision and expectations for this course. 


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PFC W.Ellis

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Thank you SSG and CPT. Is there a course outline that I can follow CPT. That would make map designs easier. 


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