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    Players with psychics

    Pvt. Evangelyne Odette, 31yo Psychic who's been psychic since early childhood, has been put in various units throughout her life, now attached to the 112th. Supposed to be quite veteran in psychic abilities, I've waited with playing them cos of all the psychic revamps that have been in the works though. I -have- been on a handful of drops with her, so it isn't like she hasn't existed.
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    MIPOD Detachment Roster

    Pvt. Evangelyne Odette, can put whichever spc you want
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    Grasping the reins once more!

    Welcome back senpai<3
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    Theory on Half Life G-man identity.

    I watched this, there are some inconsistencies but still got me thinkin'
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    Medical Activity check

    MSpc. Lisa Bennut
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    Concern for loss of playerbase.

    Personally, I haven't been on for the past week+ because I've just entirely lost my spark for SSTRP right now, and I fear if I'd just fought through it I'd end up killing any embers and just leaving entirely. Honestly I couldn't put my finger on any one thing that caused me to lose my spark, other than just feeling like I needed a break after a while. There were certainly a few frustrating things I can't/wont mention here for various reasons, but stuff like that happens anywhere anyway, and that doesn't usually kill it for me. I'll probably be back before too long, and I'll get on if I'm needed (for DMR training and whatnot) but, I feel like SSTRP has been a rollercoaster, and that's good fun for a while but now I need some time off the coaster so I don't puke my guts out and ruin the experience for myself and others.
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    Specialist using MGs

    @StevieJr worse than irl, you'd actually be able to hit an enemy 5m away from you with an M249 irl not so with the CW2 one unless you stop to deploy it
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    Specialist using MGs

    I'd also like to add that I've tried the CW2 M249 in the field myself, thinking this exact same thing. The recoil is unbearable, it's incredibly inaccurate and the reload is annoyingly slow. It was so bad that I had to switch to a different weapon midway through the event because it was so useless.
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    State Of Medical

    Bennet wishes to stay
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    LOA

    Fighto o7
  11. (Work in progress) This booklet will go over the weapons used in the Weapons Division. It will skip the weapons available to normal troopers and other Divisions, and instead focus purely on weapons exclusive to the Weapons Division and its branches. WA-21 The Wyman Arms Model 21 High Precision Battle Rifle, or WA-21 for short, is a DMR-type rifle created by the Wyman Arms Corporation in the late 2260ies, just after the meteor strike in Buenos Aires, with the intention of partial or full military adoptation to replace the Morita Mark One DMR variant. It features an integrated bipod fitted into the hand guard and a quick-detach mounting system for its scope, allowing the rifle to quickly be transformed into a configuration more suitable for close combat should the need arise. Ammo Choice Early during its development, it was decided that a key feature should be ammo interchangability between the WA-21 and the Morita Mark One, however testing revealed that the old 7.62x51mm NATO rounds used in the Morita Mark One gave less than satisfactory results for DMR purposes. It was decided to create a round similar enough to the 7.62x51mm NATO round that ammo interchangability was still possible while holding more DMR-oriented ballistics for the round that was to be designated 7.62x75mm WA. The 7.62x75mm WA is a significantly longer round than the NATO 7.62 and held more gunpowder, allowing for a higher damage output with the larger round and more favorable ballistics for longer range engagements with the higher powder charge and thusly higher muzzle velocity. Magazines During development, many different magazines were developed for the WA-21, however during trials it was found that larger capacity magazines, such as the thirty round box magazine and the fifty round drum magazine, were woefully prone to failures. Wyman Arms attempted to develop more reliable magazines, but in the end settled on their reliable 20round magazine, hoping to cash in on the need for weaponry following the meteor strike in Buenos Aires in 2268 rather than spend more time developing magazines. Adoption Though the Federation was impressed with the performance of the WA-21, the rifle was not to recieve full scale adoption into the Federal Military. Due to production cost and logistics, the WA-21 only had a minor partial adoption into the Mobile Infantry with only some companies seeing it available in limited numbers. Another factor leading to limited adoption was the lack of need of DMRs at the time as DMRs served little purpose in fighting bugs. Furthermore, the limited magazine capacity of only twenty rounds combined with a high recoil when not deployed on its integrated bipod further limited its usefulness against Bugs. As such, the WA-21 was only issued in small numbers to companies that fought Seperatists more often, or companies tasked with peace-keeping duties. In the late 2290ies after the outbreak of the Civil War between Sanctuary and The Coalition, several stashes of the WA-21 was known to be raided by The Coalition for use, as the rifle proved significantly superior to the Morita Mark One when it came to DMR use against humanoid targets, though despite this, only the companies that saw the most combat with Sanctuary were given WA-21's. Specifications Cartridge: 7.62x75mm WA Caseless Magazine Capacity: 20 rounds Max Range: ~2500m (~2734 yards) Effective Range: ~1200m (~1312 yards) Length: 1,025.7mm (40.38") Barrel length: 455mm (17.91") Weight: 4.1kg (9.04lb) Accuracy: Sub-MOA Muzzle Velocity: 1021 m/s (3349 fps) Action: Roller-delayed, blowback operated
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    Weapon Specialization Roster

    New Head Master Specialist system implemented, each MSpc is now responsible for a branch's trainings. Any MSpc can still train any Branch (Exception for DMRs due to specific exams), but the head is responsible for training their branch.
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    Bridgecrew Handbook First Edition. RP Guide.

    I'd like to point out that the initiation of slipspace is done from Helms, not from the Command station. Helms has a 'big fancy lever' they push forward/pull back to ingress/egress slipspace, usually coordinated with whoever is in Command counting down over broadcast to the entire ship. Think SST1 with prettyface on the Helms.
  14. [Posted on the wall in the Armoury and sent over PDA to all Weapons Specialists] I want to remind everyone in this Division. As a Specialist in the Weapons Division, you hold a rank equal to PFC. However, as a Weapons Specialist, you should not be in a position of leading of any kind unless something has gone horribly wrong or you're a Sniper. You're part of the meat of the Mobile Infantry, but in order to be the meat, you give away your future as an NCO, and any position of leadership. That means you don't dish out orders. In the field, your word carry's no more weight than that of a friendly suggestion. You are nothing but a generic Grunt with a slightly bigger and better weapon and you should be acting accordingly. That isn't to say you should be a mindless idiot only doing what you're explicitly told to, but rather that you should keep in mind that you're here to be what is, in essence, a terminal Private who offers some form of tactical advantage over a normal Private, whether through sustained fire, breaching protocols, better range and accuracy or ranged explosives of some kind. If you have any questions, comments, concerns, regarding this message or the Weapons Division in general, contact Master Specialist Graham.
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    Roll Bonus Request Thread

    Name: Sabine Bilodeau Reason: Has been training at the firing range frequently since the Sanctuary station incident with O'Brien, also completed York's stealth sim successfully. (Fleet get -50 to their shooting rolls too afaik, this is to help mitigate that) v Example of how it usually goes v
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