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Recruitment Office OPENED!

Sep 20, 2017 - 3:02 PM - by A.Finest

After a little bit of a cooldown period 21MID is once again ready to take in new members. We have made some adjustments to our recruitment procedures as well as a few other internal changes.

The "Join Us" page has been redone and now matches the new procedure. You can view it now by clicking the image below!




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Recruitment Office Closed!

Sep 02, 2017 - 9:31 PM - by A.Finest


Attention!

the 21st Mechanized Infantry Division has CLOSED its recruitment office.

This is due to us being in the middle of a restructuring phase and to avoid any confusion and to enhance the recruitment process we have decided to simply shut it down for the time being.

Another message like this will be submitted once recruitment resumes as normal.


All the best,
CPT A.Finest
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Blackout Platoon Leadership Available!

Aug 08, 2017 - 6:42 PM - by A.Shadow

Attention all members of the 21st Mechanized Infantry Division!

It is with great sadness that I announce that we are saying goodbye to 2LT M.Reaper who has served within the unit for almost three years now. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors, however this means that the spot for Blackout Platoon lead is now open!

Blackout is our primary Line Infantry platoon and is the first stop for all of our new recruits. This is a particularly important position and is one of the keystones of the unit leadership. This is a position that shouldn't be taken lightly and anyone looking to apply should be absolutely sure that they want the position as you will be in charge of a large number of people, as well as the primary fighting force in the 21st Mechanized Infantry Division.

If you are interested in the position of Blackout Platoon Lead, we are looking for a special set of qualities including:


  • Dedication and Commitment to the Unit.
  • Able to work unsupervised.
  • Someone who is responsible and mature
  • Someone who is well motivated and able to motivate those under their command.
  • Someone with good knowledge of the unit and its structure.


The application process for Blackout Platoon Lead will be first a written questionnaire, and then potential Candidates for the position will be invited on to Teamspeak for a verbal interview with Company Staff.

Anyone of any rank is eligible to apply for this position!

A full application form for the position of Blackout Platoon Leader can be found here:




Regards
Company Staff
21st Mechanized Infantry Division
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Advanced Combat Training 25/06/17

Jun 25, 2017 - 8:26 PM - by A.Finest


June 25th 2017


The 21st Mechanized Infantry Division has conducted an advanced combat training for our new boots. A training session designed to last about 2 hours with the objective of teaching individual skills such as Squad Leading, navigating and learning to read the terrain. How to operate with vehicles a few other things.

Events such as our BCT or otherwise known as Basic Combat Training and ACT or otherwise known as Advanced Combat Training. Are both activities that happen weekly and follows the phase of new members.

Below this paragraph is few pictures of today's training session.


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Operation Red Zara Endex

May 20, 2017 - 11:01 PM - by A.Finest

MAY 20th 2017
7pm GMT - 10pm GMT



The 21st Mechanized Infantry Division conducted an in house operation lasting a full 2 hours. The operation took place in the forests of Gorodok where a small group of prior military Militia had set out to destroy the government. The UN steps in to prevent this catastrophic incident and set out to search for militia weapons depots.



About an hour into the search a US Stryker comes into contact with a Militia SPG Technical and is forced to retreat. At this point the US becomes aware of the location of a potential weapons depot. A plan is formed to assault the location and after about 15 minutes of fighting the weapons depot is overrun and destroyed.

Intel comes in that a secondary weapons depot has been located. With just 15 minutes left on the clock before Operation endex. US forces scramble to assault the new location.

2 minutes and 30 seconds before operation Endex. US Troops reach the AO and is met with heavy resistance by 2 Militia Armored Personal Carriers and a handfull of experienced warriors. This was enough to tip off the remaining US Forces. The casualties throughout the first assault was too heavy and cost too many lives for them to successfully take the objective.



The Militia has claimed their victory as the US is forced to retreat back and stage for another assault in the region.

The War is not over...
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