S3 Squad Operations are looking for motivated individuals to assist with running internal operations including Warrior Wednesdays and some additional unofficial ops. If interested please contact 1LT.Rob.Y.
Must be rank of PFC or higher, own Squad, and it is recommended to have attended five operations or more.
Bravo Troop 1-7 is currently accepting applications for the billet of Platoon Sergeant. If you do not meet all of the requirement but are still interested, you are encouraged to submit an application regardless.
Listed below is the process for billet selection for PSG for all Troopers across the Regiment.
Be in good standing with no active negative actions.
Maintained the MOS billet of SL for a minimum of 30 days prior to application.
Be at the minimum rank of Sergeant or higher upon application.
Submit an application upon position opening and following the application process.
Applications received prior to 27APR21 will be reviewed by Troop Staff.
Exceptions to the above may be made based on the needs of the regiment, and with a waiver approved by the Chief of Staff pursuant to the policy and submitted by the receiving Troop Staff.
If you are interested in leading but lack any of these requirements, approach your Chain of Command in the first instance.
If you have questions about the role itself, approach the Bravo Troop First Sergeant.
If interested in applying, please send a forum PM with your letter of interest addressed to Captain Alex Storm & First Sergeant Juvenis Cobel
It is with a heavy heart we have had to see so many of our friends in the Squad Area of Operation depart our beloved community. We can appreciate that, to many of you, this will be deeply concerning and that you will have many questions.
We ask that during this time you have some appreciation that your immediate chain of command may not have the full details and will be just as concerned as you are. We would like to address some of those concerns and to make clear the Regiment’s position on this issue.
Echo Company, Second Battalion is solely focused on the Squad AO. It has been successful and is made up of lots of passionate players. They state that they have made many attempts to address several issues through the primary and secondary billet chain of command without them being addressed.
One such issue of contention has been the quality of user experience on the Public Server, specifically high pings (anecdotally reported as higher than 2000ms) and incorrect rumours about the server hosting specifications that we provided funded by donations through our partner OVH.
Yesterday evening, the Squad AO, attended by members of Regimental and Battalion staff ran a test of the public server to ascertain data which would help refine the problem-statement associated to the reported issues. This is not the first test, but previous tests had been inconclusive in the identification of issues. We received valuable diagnostics including identification of a ping increase unilaterally for most players after reaching the 80-player mark.
Once this test had concluded, an emotionally charged, passionate meeting lasting 3.5 hours began. In that meeting many tense and difficult moments arose, with hostile language and discourse shared between all parties. It is regrettable that things were said in the heat of the moment which will for many have a lasting impact on those present.
It is apparent to the 7th Cavalry’s leadership that many of those...