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0.0 hrs last two weeks / 404.3 hrs on record (401.6 hrs at review time)
Posted: Jun 28 @ 2:48pm

I’ve heard people who served say that your time in the military is what you make of it. Arma III, a deep combat simulator, is the same in that it largely asks you to make your own fun using its vast array of meticulously recreated military hardware and gorgeous, expansive battlefields. It requires great effort and patience before you can derive any amount of what you’d traditionally think of as gameplay from it, though. What it offers in return is multiplayer that’s sometimes very impressive and completely unique, but it’s also convoluted in ways that cannot be excused with aspirations to realism.I knew what to expect going into Arma III from previous experience with Bohemia Interactive games, yet I was still overwhelmed by the amount of features I had to wrap my head around before I could play it with even moderate proficiency. It’s a first-person shooter alright, but it’s not another “left trigger to aim down the sights, right trigger to shoot” kind of game. You’re going to have to use almost every key on your keyboard, memorize specific key combinations and what each does depending on whether you’re on foot, in a tank, a helicopter, etc.

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14th (1st Birmingham Pals) Battalion,Royal Warwickshire Regiment was raised in Birmingham in September 1914 by the Lord Mayor and a local committe.After traning they joined 95th Brigade, 32nd Division on the 26 June 1915.They proceeded to France on the 21st of November 1915, landing at Boulogne.On the 28th December 1915 they transferred to 13th Brigade , 5th Division as part of an exchange designed to strengthen the newly arrived 32nd Division with more experienced troops.In march 1916 5th Division took over a section of front line between St Laurent Blangy and the Southern edge of Vimy Ridge , near Arras.They moved south in July to reinforce The Somme and were in action at , High wood , The Battle of Guillemont , The Battle of Flers-Courcelette, The Battle of Morval and The Battle of Le Transloy.In October they moved to Festubertand remained there until March 1917 when they moved in preparation for the Battles of Arras. On 7 September 1917 the 5th Division moved out of the line for period of rest before , being sent to Flanders where they were in action during the Third Battle of Ypres.5th Division was sent to Italy and took up positions in the line along the River Piave in the late January 1918.They were recalled to France to assist with German Advance in late March 1918 and were in action during Battles of the Lys.On the 14th of August 1918 the 5th Division was withdrawn for two weeks rest.Then moved to the Somme where they were more less in continuous action over the old battlegrounds until late October 1918.They saw action in the Battles of the Hindenburg Line and the Final Advance in Picardy.On the 5th of October 1918 the Birmingham Pals became a Pioneer Battalion with 5th Division.At the armistice they were in the area of Le Quesnoy and moved to Belgium to the area around Namur and Wavre in December and Demobilization began.
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98° | SaykQ_Qs Jul 3 @ 3:29am 
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Brunwick™ Jul 2 @ 8:29pm 
Siz diğerlerine bakın asıl , Kingdom come ona bakın.
98° | SaykQ_Qs Jun 29 @ 12:39am 
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Son Akdeniz Bükücü Jun 28 @ 10:15pm 
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