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1st Special Forces Operational Detachment - Delta
Rules and Guidelines
I. General Conduct and Requirements
Minimum age for membership is 16. Exceptions can be made based on maturity level. Players who join under age are considered full members but may have limited opportunities for rank, promotions, and leadership roles until the minimum age requirement is met.
Respect every member, regardless of rank, age, or background. No member of Delta will disrespect, bully, harass, “troll”, or otherwise intentionally offend any member of Delta at any time. This rule applies to Player names and images on the website, servers, TeamSpeak, and Steam.
Team Killing is strictly forbidden! Any member of Delta caught intentionally team killing may suffer loss of rank, loss of position, or removal from the Unit.
Work as a team. The chain of command shall be utilized during Operations, trainings, or meeting. Do not constantly interrupt the flow of combat by questioning or outright defying leadership. If you have suggestions or concerns wait for the AAR where members may respectfully suggest and critique. Leadership will make mistakes, we learn and overcome them at our own pace.
Play your role. Do your job that you have been assigned, not someone else’s. If you are given a role it is because the mission requires that role, do not sway from it or go against it for any reason. If you are not a member of SOAR, stay out of their helicopters, you wouldn’t want someone to take the tools of your role and run with it because it makes you obsolete. Be courteous to all members, each Detachment has a speciality and should stick to their specialities to ensure that we maintain a well-rounded team. If you are not a medic, remember to give property spacing and coverage to ensure that the medic can get everyone back to 100%, only the medic should be treating a patient if one is available.
Maintain a professional mindset. Do not goof off or wander around before, during, and after operations. As long as TFAR is enabled or the AAR is still in full swing, you are not dismissed and are still held to the responsibilities of your actions on and off the server. At the end of the day, this is a game but we also want to promote a serious, teamwork oriented environment. Please keep that in mind, while some may not be in it for the ‘immersion factor’, others enjoy that aspect of Arma 3 milsim.
‘Dual Clanning’ is prohibited. Members who are found to be dual clanning in another unit will be removed from Delta.
Do not cause or perpetuate drama. Creating unneeded drama within the unit is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. If an issue arises between members, do not gossip and spread false information around the teamspeak. Become part of the solution by addressing these issues or concerns to Command, not part of the problem.
Make an open effort to help newer players in the game. Experience levels vary across our members. Some members have logged thousands of hours into Arma, some members just picked up Arma on sale. Insulting another player for being bad or new does not propose a solution, it furthers the problem. Elitist behavior or outright disrespect is grounds for removal.
II. Teamspeak & Server Etiquette
Do not CHEAT. A team member will not use any third party programs such as scripts, hacks, aim-bots, personal arsenal, or any ‘cheat/admin’ mod, regardless of reasons provided. This will result in immediate discharge from the Unit.
You may use Voice Activation. We, however, do not want to hear breathing, typing, banging, music/singing, roommates/significant others, or any other background noises (As funny as it is to hear your roommate drunkenly stumble into the fridge, be courteous). Members are encouraged to use Push-to-Talk setting. If issues persist, forced Push-to-Talk may be implemented to individuals that can not handle Voice Activation.
Stay out of in-game chat. If you lose your radio and cannot contact your team, it is on you to find your way back to link up with friendlies, tools have been made available to every member of Delta to remedy this situation. CTAB, for example, can be used to send text messages, utilize this feature over disrupting the operation with global/side chat messages.
Lock it up immediately when ordered to by an officer, NCO, or instructor. They need silence in order to speak about important information that you would most likely miss if you were talking through it. This will not be done often, if it comes to that point, it is almost always better to simply follow the order given than to attempt to argue your point of view. Respect leadership if you want leadership to respect you, it is a two way street.
For Official Missions and Training, all Unit members must have the USASOC Patch attached to their profile, if you do not know how to do this, please see your leadership
All Unit Members will use the approved mod pack and only the approved mod pack. This will be strictly enforced, the modpack was thoughtfully and carefully designed to provide Operators with a wide variety of gear and equipment choices. If you have a suggestion for a mod, please submit it on the website forum in the appropriate format.
III. Names, Ranks, and Uniformity
Member names do not need to be their real name but must appear in a real name format.
Example : Recruit name is Robert Sullivan, so the format would be:
Arma : PV2 R.Sullivan
Teamspeak : PV2 R.Sullivan
A member is not allowed to change their game name or player/avatar name in Delta unless explicitly authorized by Command Staff. This includes your name as it appears on the Delta webpage (we need to identify you by your name on website). Callsigns will be called to a vote by Command Staff and will be accepted by a majority vote from all members present.
Arma 3 Voice option should be permanently set to ‘No-voice.’
IV. Activity & Attendance
Check the website at the very least once a week. Failure to check website is not a valid excuse for missing important mod updates or mandatory events.
If you are unable to be active due to obligations, unforeseen circumstances (e.g. deployment, hardship) or technical difficulties please post a LOA (Leave of Absence) in the forum. Example of LOA Form is provided in the Forums.
After 14 days of inactivity, members may be moved into AWOL. AWOL or inactive, members may eventually be dropped from the unit after a month has gone by without any communication or abysmal attendance.
THIS IS EVERYONE'S FINAL WARNING
All members R&U