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Brig Gen N. Summerville

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  1. Team Restructuring

    Thank you all for your input on the unit and your helpfulness throughout our hard times. First off I would like to say this unit means a lot to me and I'm glad you all came together and helped me attempt to iron out some issues with the unit. All of the changes that are being brought forward are from your suggestions and from what we have observed throughout the 1st FW and 5th SFG. These changes are not final and I expect some aspects of these changes to be either adjusted or removed completely. 1. 5th SFG is transitioning to become the 75th Ranger Regiment. This will create an environment more suited to allow all infantry to work together on Air Force and Army sides in terms of rank and structure. 2. 83rd RQS will disband. It has become obvious that the 83rd is an extra step to medical that does not quite work in our high speed environment, so we will change accordingly. members of the 83rd will have the option to transfer to any infantry squadron laterally, be it 75th RR or 24th STS. 3. 492nd Fighter Squadron is transitioning to the 18th Aggressor Squadron. Knox will retain leadership of this squadron. The primary mission of the 18th is to provide adequate training for all squadrons in air to air combat, along with filling in where needed during operations including flying as RED AIR during operations for a more dynamic operation flow. 4. Unit wide rank reduction. ACC has been around for a long time and it shows, our ranks have become out of hand and being originally an all officer unit we have a lot of chiefs here. rank reduction for 1st FW and 75RR is as follows: Summerville - Brig. Gen., Ruger - Col., Mitch - Capt., Sloth - Maj.(sorry sloth), Ocelot - Capt., Airgood - 1st Lt., Battles - Cpt., Ginetty - 1st Lt., Nelson - 1st LT,. Paragon - 1SG. if you have anything you'd like to add, discuss, or change please communicate that below.
  2. Welcome to Air Combat Command

    Welcome to Air Combat Command! We operate eight Fighter Squadrons and an Army Special Forces Group, the units are listed below: 5th SFG, ODA Special Forces Detachment 24th Special Tactics Squadron, the guys on the ground who call in airstrikes for all of our supporting aircraft. 48th Rescue Squadron, Operating Pedro, our PJ HH-60G, HH-47G 107th Fighter Squadron, Flying the A-10C 421st Fighter Squadron, Flying the F-16C 194th Fighter Squadron, Flying the F-15C 149th Fighter Squadron, Flying the F-22A 966th Air Control Squadron, Flying AWACS and KC-135 Air Combat Command is a REALISM unit. If you are looking to mess around this unit is not for you. We have some of the highest standards in which we hold our pilots to. Our senior members either have Real-life flight experience, or extensive simulator experience. We do it by the book. Joysticks/ flight controls are not required but are highly recommended. 90% of keyboard and mouse aviators wash out of our flight program. Furthermore, our selection process takes multiple hours and may not be completed in one day. Our selection process begins with an application on this website and a one on one interview where we talk all about you. We want to know who we are flying with, we want to make sure you will fit into the group of A-type personalities. Next we move on to the knowledge part of the selection process. We will ask standard questions pertaining to aircraft avionics, systems, weapons and other important aspects of aviation that apply to Arma 3. Finally, the practical portion of the selection process, this can be compared to a private pilot checkride. Takeoffs and landings, altitude and heading changes and holds, turns around a point, formation flying, and general smoothness of control. This last process could take 30 minutes, or 2 hours. At this point, the recruiter and another qualified pilot will make a decision, and either offer you a position as a pilot or recommend a retest or rejection. All members in this unit are expected to respect each other, Including other units and guests. ranks DO matter here. You are a top tier aviator, flying with the best of the best. Integrity and honesty go a long way here. Be about it. If we have not scared you away, please talk to an ACC member about joining, or complete an application by clicking on the Enlistment Center tab at the top of the page. Brig Gen. J. ‘Dogs’ Summerville We have been operating in Arma 3 since 2014 and under ACC since mid 2016.