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  3. CW3 B.Ahles

    ArmA 3 Mods not working

    You probably haven’t selected any mods. Launch the arma launcher (not arma 3 sync) and go to the mods section, import all your mods, select the proper ones, launch game.
  4. CW3 B.Ahles

    ArmA 3 Mods not working

    Moved to appropriate forum section
  5. PVT A.Bar

    ArmA 3 Mods not working

    until last week it was working and now it doesnt work anymore, ive downloaded the updated modpack and updated my mods, yet it says im missing mods.
  6. PFC K.Lillie

    Muster In

    Just now seeing this! Yep, it works.
  7. PFC J.Samuels

    Acoustic Guitar Mod

    Could we add Acoustic Guitar Mod to the modpack for some roleplay stuff or some fun???
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  9. PFC J.Samuels

    CPL J.Feagin donation of 50.00 USD

    Wow!!
  10. We have partnered with Easy Anti-Cheat to help us find and ban players who use cheat software, hacks, or custom scripts to disrupt our players’ experiences in Insurgency: Sandstorm. We take cheating very seriously, so we appreciate all of our fans who help us in combating this issue. If you come across a player that you suspect is cheating or if you find a cheat available for Sandstorm online, please fill out a Cheat Report for Easy Anti-Cheat to investigate. If you’re reporting a cheat for sale/download, please include a link to the relevant site. If you encounter a player who you think is using hacks or cheats, grab the replay ID of the match from the History section of the main menu and it include it in your report. Be sure to watch the replay first and include the approximate time that the player can be seen using a cheat in the report as well. How to find a replay ID and Steam ID: Go to the Main Menu Select “History” Mouse over the replay, then click “Copy ID” and paste it in your report. Start the replay and go to the scoreboard Click on the suspected player’s name and “Copy Steam ID”. Then paste it in your report. Click here for the EAC Cheat report: EAC Cheat Report For more information about EAC, including bans and appeals, check out our EAC post here: Community Guidelines: EAC & Cheating Exploiting Design Issues Our team has been working very hard to get Insurgency: Sandstorm to where it is today, and we are still developing improvements and new content for the future. That being said, we have seen some players exploiting bugs in design. Examples of this include: Hiding in rocks/walls Exploiting Out of Bounds areas Glitching into unplayable areas Spawn camping If a player is exploiting these mechanics or does something that feels unfair (but they’re not necessarily using hacks), please take a screenshot or video along with an explanation of what is happening, and send it to [email protected] so that our team can recreate and address the issue.
  11. 2LT M.Carter

    Useful utility programs.

    Found this today Dark Reader Turns any site dark and can be tweaked to adjust the grey/black scale
  12. PVT S.Summers

    Immersion Cigs - Arma 3

    +1 @PFC C.Bolitho I agree. It's bad enough I smoke (started in service) and trying to quit. I don't need that in game.
  13. PFC C.Bolitho

    Immersion Cigs - Arma 3

    -1 other things should be updated like uniforms before the mod pack is bloated even more.
  14. CPL J.Ryan

    Immersion Cigs - Arma 3

    Hello everyone, I'd like to suggest a new addition to our modpack. This is a small mod, nothing big, but it adds to the realism part we've been working on so much. Because, how many soldiers that smoke during missions are there? Or before the mission? Or hell, even after, at the debrief. https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=753946944
  15. PVT J. Cranston

    Insurgency Insurgency BCT #19-01

    until

    "PVT J. Cranston requesting to attend."
  16. SGT D.Keaton

    Insurgency Insurgency BCT #19-01

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    Insurgency BCT will be held on 23JAN19 @ 1900 ! Mark yourself as going to this event! Make sure you request permission to attend here:
  17. CPL J.Ryan

    Were are the WarThunder people at.

    Apparently, me too, @CPL J.Bolten
  18. CPL J.Bolten

    Were are the WarThunder people at.

    I have a love hate relationship with this game
  19. LTC J.LaFlash

    Jack Ryan

    Congrats CPL Ryan on this amazing accomplishment. Unfortunately for Alpha Company that your now assigned to HHC, you continue to prove your worth to not only Alpha but the whole Battalion! Keep it up!
  20. LTC J.LaFlash

    Harvey Moro

    Congrats SPC Moro on this amazing accomplishment! Continue to lead the way in Bravo Company!
  21. SPC M.Tymms

    Harvey Moro

    Tell us a little about yourself. I'm a stay at home kind of guy, I literally have one real-life friend and that would be my best friend. I don't like going out that much and as all of you have seen, I'm basically on most of the time. Things that you might not know about me is that I'm a serious person who knows how to have fun and I enjoy intellectual talks that can go on for hours. What is your favorite aspect of the unit? Having you guys as a second family, valuable friends can be found even in the most of unsuspecting places such as this unit. Any favorite/funny/memorable moment throughout your whole time in the unit? Too many to mention but what really stood out was SSG Stowe's cornbread comedy and our conversation about how many kinds of hams are out there in the world, another thing is SGT Keaton's corny but funny jokes, and just all of the stupid conversations I've had on team speak with my guys. Any advice to give to your fellow soldiers? Respect everyone and before you judge someone, understand them first. Self-awareness is key. What army value is the most important to you and why? Respect, because respecting someone allows you to understand them and why they are the way they are. Any valuable lessons you have learned while being in the unit? Not valuable lessons but I have learned more about myself being in this unit. What I'm capable of and the kinds of responsibilities I can take on.
  22. SPC M.Tymms

    Jack Ryan

    Tell us a little about yourself. Hello, my name is Jack Ryan, I live in Romania and I am 21 years old. Whenever I am not at work I like to play games or watch TV Series on Netflix. I like to lead a lot, this is mostly why I might be so into milsim units and everything. What is your favorite aspect of the unit? My favourite aspect of the unit is that you get a lot of opportunities and if you do a good job, you get noticed and appreciated for the work you put in. This is what keeps me going everyday. The fact that I put in work and people are grateful for it. Any favorite/funny/memorable moment throughout your whole time in the unit? Oh yes, definitely. At this one FTX, our squad was all messed up because our usual SL and one of the FTLs were both away and we had an acting squad lead. The idea of that FTX was to work on our airborne insertion, so.. We had to pick parachutes and i'm not sure if our acting SL got it wrong or just didn't understand, but we ended up taking the wrong parachutes. So as we dropped from the plane, we couldn't direct our way of landing because we had "non-steerable parachutes" so we literally dropped wherever the wind took us. Some of the guys were lucky, they were dropped in the vicinity of the rendez-vous point, but I got dropped 2.5km away, across some village. It was frustrating at the time being, but now, looking back to it, it makes me laugh. Any advice to give to your fellow soldiers? An advice I'd give to everyone would be to never stop trying. If you don't succeed on your first time, don't worry. A second time will come. Just keep learning and don't repeat the same mistakes. What army value is the most important to you and why? Well, the most important army value to me, at least, would be Loyalty. And I'm not talking about loyalty to the army and the US flag. I'm talking about loyalty to your battle buddies, to your direct combat supervisor and of course, loyalty to your COs and NCOs (if you are enlisted) and also Senior NCOs (if you are a NCO). Any valuable lessons you have learned while being in the unit? I learned that if you're honest about the mistakes you make, people will not get mad at you. And also, if you're working hard, you'll get noticed.
  23. SPC M.Tymms

    Soldier of the Quarter I Fourth Quarter 2018

    Lieutenant Colonel LaFlash is proud to announce the Soldiers of the Quarter for Fourth Quarter 2018. These soldiers truly set the example of what it means to live up to the Army Values. They have been awarded the Soldier's Medal in recognition of their dedicated service. Alpha Company - Corporal Jack Ryan Bravo Company - Specialist Harvey Moro Corporal Jack Ryan - Tell us a little about yourself. Hello, my name is Jack Ryan, I live in Romania and I am 21 years old. Whenever I am not at work I like to play games or watch TV Series on Netflix. I like to lead a lot, this is mostly why I might be so into milsim units and everything. What is your favorite aspect of the unit? My favourite aspect of the unit is that you get a lot of opportunities and if you do a good job, you get noticed and appreciated for the work you put in. This is what keeps me going everyday. The fact that I put in work and people are grateful for it. Any favorite/funny/memorable moment throughout your whole time in the unit? Oh yes, definitely. At this one FTX, our squad was all messed up because our usual SL and one of the FTLs were both away and we had an acting squad lead. The idea of that FTX was to work on our airborne insertion, so.. We had to pick parachutes and i'm not sure if our acting SL got it wrong or just didn't understand, but we ended up taking the wrong parachutes. So as we dropped from the plane, we couldn't direct our way of landing because we had "non-steerable parachutes" so we literally dropped wherever the wind took us. Some of the guys were lucky, they were dropped in the vicinity of the rendez-vous point, but I got dropped 2.5km away, across some village. It was frustrating at the time being, but now, looking back to it, it makes me laugh. Any advice to give to your fellow soldiers? An advice I'd give to everyone would be to never stop trying. If you don't succeed on your first time, don't worry. A second time will come. Just keep learning and don't repeat the same mistakes. What army value is the most important to you and why? I would have to say Personal Courage and Integrity, I can't choose one. Well, the most important army value to me, at least, would be Loyalty. And I'm not talking about loyalty to the army and the US flag. I'm talking about loyalty to your battle buddies, to your direct combat supervisor and of course, loyalty to your COs and NCOs (if you are enlisted) and also Senior NCOs (if you are a NCO). Any valuable lessons you have learned while being in the unit? I learned that if you're honest about the mistakes you make, people will not get mad at you. And also, if you're working hard, you'll get noticed. Specialist Harvey Moro - Tell us a little about yourself. I'm a stay at home kind of guy, I literally have one real-life friend and that would be my best friend. I don't like going out that much and as all of you have seen, I'm basically on most of the time. Things that you might not know about me is that I'm a serious person who knows how to have fun and I enjoy intellectual talks that can go on for hours. What is your favorite aspect of the unit? Having you guys as a second family, valuable friends can be found even in the most of unsuspecting places such as this unit. Any favorite/funny/memorable moment throughout your whole time in the unit? Too many to mention but what really stood out was SSG Stowe's cornbread comedy and our conversation about how many kinds of hams are out there in the world, another thing is SGT Keaton's corny but funny jokes, and just all of the stupid conversations I've had on team speak with my guys. Any advice to give to your fellow soldiers? Respect everyone and before you judge someone, understand them first. Self-awareness is key. What army value is the most important to you and why? Respect, because respecting someone allows you to understand them and why they are the way they are. Any valuable lessons you have learned while being in the unit? Not valuable lessons but I have learned more about myself being in this unit. What I'm capable of and the kinds of responsibilities I can take on.
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