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  • Weekly Award Winners

    Please congratulate your fellow TG players on their achievements! Also, please remember it only takes a few minutes to nominate one of your teammates for a ribbon (see the link in my signature). Keep those nominations coming in


    Engineer Specialist(class1)

    Who: Caffeine

    Why:
    During an extremely disorganized round of Jabal Al-Burj, where the commander changed a number of times and my own squad leader changed 4 times, |TG-X| Caffeine was instrumental in his role as engineer in turning the tide of the whole round in the last few mins allowing us to win the game.

    He kept my APC alive with constant repairs while going on a 1 man enemy rally point "Kill Frenzy", taking one after another down while out on foot. Every time we took a hit, he would come running back to fix us up. This allowed my gunner to rack up 37 kills in about 5-10 mins. time. This caught us up on tickets and allowed us to win an otherwise lost battle. Our APC would have been lost in the 1st 2 or 3 mins of heavy fighting at West Beach and Dam flags if |TG-X| Caffeine had not stepped up for the role.
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    Engineer Specialist(class1)

    Who: MarineSeaknight

    Why:
    In a round of Al Kufrah Oilfield, |TG-Irr| Marine volunteered to run as a full time engineer for my tank squad. He stayed with me, even as the commander ordered us all over the map taking down tank after apc after bunker. I have never had a round where I took as many direct hits and I believe we only lost 2 tanks the entire round, the 2nd right in the last seconds of the map.
    It was because of his constant repairs and gunning from the turret that allow my primary gunner to rack up 50 kills, many of those in enemy armor or command trucks. |TG-Irr| Marine even ran completly across the map on foot multiple times after being shot out of the top turret gun, getting back to the front just in time to repair the tank.
    We would have gotten no where near as much accomplished without his constant repairs and willingness to hoof it when no rides were available.
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    Engineer Specialist(class1)

    Who: nthamma

    Why:
    In a round of Al Kufrah Oilfield,[-FxH-]L.Snake volunteered to run as a full time engineer for my tank squad after joining about mid-round and seeing all other squads were full. He, along with |TG-Irr| Marine were both vital to our win due to the fact that during the 2nd half of the map our commander tasked us primary with taking out enemy tanks and other armor. With the use of a chase truck, he kept up with us and I could hear see that he was cranking on repairs almost immediately after we would take a hit. He did an excellent job of using our tank as cover while performing the repairs.

    We would have gotten no where near as much accomplished without his constant repairs..
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    Armor Specialist(class1)

    Who: PhoenixTril

    Why:
    During an extremely disorganized round of Jabal Al-Burj, where the commander changed a number of times and my own squad leader changed 4 times, PhoenixTril rejoined the server after major connection problems to find that our squad was in shambles and the battle was pretty much lost. He jumped in as a gunner in the APC I was commanding and even with constant network problems that caused him to lag/freeze up for up to 10 sec. at a time, he still managed to rack up 37 kills in just the last few mins. of Jabal Al-Burj. He gave an excellent flow of enemy contact information and directions to move the APC so more targets could be hit.
    It completly made the difference in the round and not only caught us up on tickets but allowed us to win with our team only having a few tickets left.

    Before this round I had never noticed him in the server before, but since then he has been on pretty much every night, ready to squad up and follow orders. He has even stepped up to Command when needed, and did a great job relaying information to all the squads on enemy movements and objectives.

    While I suspect many others might not have had a chance to squad with him yet, keep an eye out. Great team player.
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    Armor Specialist(class1)

    Who:BandaidBandit, Bullseye2550, Danolboy, Ghostdog

    Armor Specialist(class2)

    Who:xsoldier1007

    Why:
    During both sessions of this Scrim they were apart of one of two armor squads. I as squad leader/engineer never had a problem with them. I would spot out enemy targets and they would repeatedly take them out. They would always ask before firing on a target they had found. In one instance they took out 3 british tanks that take three hits to destroy before their own PLA tank got taken out by an attack chopper.

    Ghostdog as our last minute AAV replacement, stayed in position ever watching the sky, trying to keep village safe from the air. The one time he did stop watching the sky, he stopped an infantry squad from getting to our firebase long enough for reinforcements to arrive.

    AAR:
    http://www.tacticalgamer.com/battlef...s-ttp-aar.html
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    Armor Specialist(class2)

    Who: MarineSeaknight, Masterjack

    Why:
    Masterjack and Marine were in charge of our two armor squads during the scrim. Originally, Portable.Cougar was expected to lead one of the armor squads, but he unfortunately missed the game due to extenuating circumstances. After reviewing our options, Dirtboy suggested that I make Marine the leader of the second armor squad and I'm glad I listened to his advice. Marine's squad had a bumpy start with the enemy jet blowing up one or two of their tanks, but they quickly rallied and began defending Coal Mine in earnest. While the jets did a good job of keeping most of the enemy armor away from Mine, Marine's Challenger IIs made short work of the tanks that did slip through. And eventually, Marine pushed the enemy line of advance all the way back to Chinese FOB. During the second round, we had to suffer with the inferior Chinese Type 98s, but Marine made good use of them and didn't even lose his first tank until halfway through the round.

    Meanwhile, Masterjack was busy on the West side of the map trying to prevent TTP from crossing the river and flanking our forces at mine. His hybrid infantry-armor squad easily held their ground and then moved in to help Skud hold Village. Having Masterjack's squad by Village was critical as they destroyed the fire bases the enemy were continually putting up. During the second round, Masterjack and Katanama worked together to defend Village. While Katanama stayed by the flag, Masterjack's two tanks were cruising the Western hills looking for enemies. In an innovative move, Masterjack decided to be the squad's engineer and used his improved situational awareness to pinpoint enemy locations and relay them to his tanks. And over the course of the round, Masterjack's tanks racked up an impressive list of enemy infantry, armor, and emplacement kills.

    Both squad leaders had to manage extremely talkative (and sometimes unresponsive) squads while also relaying intel to their commander and fellow squad leaders. On top of this, they had to operate with extremely spotty air cover during the second round. But they easily overcame these challenges and proved that the quality of the player always trumps the quality of the asset. For Marine's commitment, Masterjack's innovation, and both of their excellent leadership abilities I am nominating them for the distinguished armor ribbon.
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    Air Cavalry Specialist(class1)

    Who: Sabre_Tooth_Tigger

    Why:
    Sabre was my lone squadmate for the entire first round and most of the second before we merged squads with Dirtboy's squad. During the first round we flew the attack helicopter, providing close air support to the troops on the ground. Fighing heavy lag from the TTP server, Sabre displayed his cool in aerial combat while simultaneously tracking targets on the ground and providing close, accurate cover for our team.
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    Special Ops Specialist(class1)

    Who: Dirtboy, Dick Blonov

    Why:
    Dirtboy and Blonov were running a Special Operations squad that worked closely in conjunction with the close air support. During the first round they positioned themselves outside the enemy forward operating base and were instrumental in spotting any and all enemy movements from their back flags to the meat of the battlefield. This was a key factor in allowing our team to maintain absolute superiority on the battlefield, being that we had advanced intelligence on all of their movements. They displayed an amazing ability to stay cool under fire and stay hidden in the thick of unending enemy forces, which epitomizes the special operations role.

    During the second half, the repeated this performance until the end of the round, during which time Sabre and myself joined up with their squad for a direct assault on coal mine. During the assault, these two were instrumental in neutralizing an entire enemy armor column with a JDAM, as well as sneaking up on an anti-air vehicle that was keeping our close air support at bay and planting explosive ordinance on it and taking it out. These two fine Gentlemen deserve the Special Operations ribbon without question.
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    Special Ops Specialist(class1)

    Who: google

    Why:
    Actions: During spec ops missions with myself, he consistently follows orders and does an excellent job of doing whatever task he is assigned to do. He makes good decisions in the field and offers excellent advice. What pushed me over to write up this ribbon is my experience with him today. He and I blew every section of the Jabal al Burj bridge, captured an enemy AA kit, destroyed their command post, set down a successful mine field, and led the enemy believe that we were a full squad of six men, among other things. In doing all of these actions, he was completely respectful of the server's rules and the Primer, and always kept an upbeat attitude.
    I nominate him for consistently being an incredibly helpful and productive team member and squadmate during our spec ops runs.
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    Special Ops Specialist(class1)

    Who: Waldo_II

    Why:
    How: Recently, Waldo has been leading many spec ops squads with me. Today, we were the U.S.M.C. on Jabal al Burj. Waldo, managed to get our squad on a heli into the topright corner of the map. We continued along the shoreline where we blew up the bridge to the city to the point that it was beyond repair while gaining a few kills doing so. With the bridge crippled, we remained unspotted by the amphibious APCs investigating the blown up bridge. We proceeded to cripple their CP post (which wasnt repaired until the very end of the game). We then proceeded to mine the roads west of the main, which in effect, crippled the entire movement of any non-amphibious vehicles. At one point, a hostile reported in all chat: a FULL squad in C2 where the two vodniks are. The laughter ensued between us to think that a two man squad had the image of a full squad.

    THus, I am nominating Waldo_II for leading an excellent Spec ops squad (as well as all the other good spec ops squads he has recently led.
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    Distinguished Defense(class1)

    Who:Katanama, Bamboo, Eol, Onit, Mix0lydian, nthamma, Col_Jeremy22

    Why:
    I would like to nominate my whole squad for doing an outstanding job defending during the TG vs. TTP scrim. During the first round our objective was to take and hold the coal mine flag. I would like to thank these guys for doing what was nessecary to keep the flag on our hands. There never was a complaint nomatter what our job was, they did as they were told and did a good job at taking the initiative since the squad was spread out over a large area. I strongly belive that these people doing some very boring jobs was instrumental in holding the mine flag for the whole round. Ofcourse we were given support from the Apache and the armor squad in the area but I do not think that we would have held the flag without these guys taking the initiative as we went along.

    During the second round we were to capture and hold village. During this round the squad kept up the standart and didnt complain of the fact that they would end up defending for 4 hours straight. The only time this round the enemy were close to capping the flag was when they drove a tank in to the flag area and that didnt last more then a minute other then this enemy was not even close to capturing the village.
    For two rounds and three and a half hours these guys were on defense. Each round they would move in, capture a flag, fortify it, and then defend the hell out of it. And TTP certainly didn't make things easy for them: they had to fend of waves of infantry supported by tanks, APCs, helicopters, and fighter jets. During the first round, a devastating air attack took out the tanks helping defend the Mine, but squad five managed to fend off the attackers until armored reinforcements arrived. Not that they needed the help, as they had an uncanny knack for acquiring enemy heavy-AT kits. Then, during the second round, Katanama's squad had to hold Village on their own while Masterjack's armor squad was engaging enemies in the Western hills. And, once again, squad five proved itself more than capable of defending the flag while also engaging and neutralizing enemy spawn points. In recognition of their awesome and prolonged defense, I am nominating all of squad five's members for the distinguished defense ribbon.
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    Distinguished Defense(class1)

    Who: A.WICKENS, LoveSkylark, dave m

    Why:
    Our squad, Squad 6 Foxtrot, was the only INF squad in this scrim. We were tasked in the first round to assault and hold at all costs Village on The Battle for Qinling.

    And, all I can say really, is that a lone INF squad did just that. No real armor support, no available air support, no heavy weapons...

    The squad, using improvised and constantly evolving tactics held the flag from initial Assault until it's retasking by CO order over an hour later. The only weapons used were L85 Assault rifles and 1 AT4 light anti-tank.

    I was very proud of the teamwork and dedication the squad displayed during it's defense at Village. The flag is very close quarters, surrounded by water on the east and very hostile high ground to the west. The squad members were disciplined enough to stay put, in cover, and stay patient. The flag did not fall into enemy hands for the entire round after we started defending it.

    The members were constantly low on ammo, and worked together to find more ammo off of enemy kits. The medic kit changed hands dozens of times, as we revived eachother time and time again.

    Even when an APC was circling the compact and closequarter compound, the squad kept it's cool and kept the flag. The enemy infantry, meanwhile, tried to break though many times with grenades and smoke cover.

    The flag was hotly contested for the entire hour and a half. I was proud to be the squad leader of this squad, as I had honestly thought that 1 lone INF squad would never be enough to repel the enemy from the flag for more than 10 mins. But, my expectations were met 6x over.
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    Distinguished Defense(class1)

    Who: creepinshadow24/7

    Why:
    I was CO of the MEC for the entire round. Squad 5 really did well during this battle. What really stands out in my mind is how they persevered at South Village. His squad took South village after we had lost it. They then defended from constant attack while the rest of the squads took North and South Bunker. I must say it was close in that we nearly lost South Village a few times.

    Once we had both bunkers Squad 5 was instrumental in taking and holding North Village. Squad 5 was the only squad to keep their rally and place constant pressure on North Village.

    I would like to nominate the whole squad but do not remember who was in it. I do not have the Battle recorder files to check it out, or I would.
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    Combat Action(class1)

    Who: AFSoccer

    Why:
    AFSoccer has always been very keen and aware on the battlefield, especially tonight when he was my TOW-HMMWV gunner.

    AFSoccer has always had my six. He is cunning, and while not always the most skilled player or the most twitchy in combat, he is able to perform every task promptly. If he fails at a given task, he is able to give necessary information to help the rest of the squad fullfill it's goal or objective.

    His real-life military experience has certainly shown since his arrival here at TG. He is a retired (recently promoted from Captain) Major (Still in Reserves) in the Air Force - he is an Air Traffic Controller. He has worked and commanded Forward Air Controllers and Combat Controllers in the Air Force. He certainly knows the importance of every role on the battlefield and most of all, communication during combat.

    He is quick, precise, and to the point with enemy contacts and essential information. When it all hits the fan, he is quick on his feet and able to repel enemy contacts or call for the necessary backup to succeed.

    He is an asset in any squad, and it cannot go unnoticed how professional and well-footed he is during combat in every round.
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    Combat Action(class1)

    Who: TheSkudDestroyer, A.WICKENS, LoveSkylark, zephyr89, dave m

    Why:
    Squad six, lead by Skud and composed of A.wickens, Drifterdave, Skylark.is, and Maxwell_Q_Klinger, was tasked with what I thought was a potentially suicidal mission. They were to insert behind enemy lines using a fragile boat and then advance Northwards to the Village flag, destroying everything in their path. Originally I had advised Skud to move through the Western mountains, which would provide him ample cover; instead, he chose the more direct route across the plain and counted on the element of surprise to keep his squad alive. And the gamble paid off: I could hardly believe it when squad six simply walked into the village, shot up the defenders, and proceeded to capture and defend the flag for the rest of the round. Once they had captured Village, Masterjack's armor moved up to help defend, but attackers continued to stream off two fire bases TTP had set in the Western hills. The defenders at Village continued to be hit hard by TTP and once briefly lost the flag, but with the direct help of their fearless commander they quickly captured it back . I know that squad six's quick capture and solid defense of Village allowed us to win the round in record time, with a final score of 232 to zero. I feel the skill and courage demonstrated by these players deserves nothing less than the combat action ribbon, and so I am nominating them for it.
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    Distinguished Squad Leader(class2)

    Who: Katanama

    Why:
    Originally, Katanama was supposed to be a member of d1sp0sabl3H3r0's mechanized infantry squad. But, come scrim day, I received a PM from d1sp0sabl3 informing me that he couldn't make it. When I found this out, I instantly decided to put Katanama in charge of the leaderless squad. Katanama did not disappoint, to say the least; in fact, once he captured a flag, I don't believe he ever lost it again. Although he was on defense the whole time (a period of about three and a half hours), never once did he complain. He maintained a high level of communication with me throughout the games and updated me with status reports and intel about enemy movements. Often, he would report having destroyed an enemy squad before I even knew it was there. And he did all of this at a ridiculously early time in the morning (for him).

    Of course, I had so much faith in Katanama because he has proven himself many times before. Whenever I have the pleasure of squad leading alongside him I know I can trust him to defend one flag or capture the next. For the many excellent games I have played with him, for his steady leadership, and for his willingness to step up despite the circumstances, I am nominating Katanama for the distinguished squad leader ribbon.
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    Distinguished Commander(class1)

    Who: Charity Case

    Why:
    Charity Case was absolutely instrumental in our overwhelming victory. There is no other way to put it. He singlehandedly scoped and planned the entire british strategy for our team. During the first round, he displayed an unflinching manner, reacting on the fly and giving clear, concise and brilliant directions to all of the squads using the commander channel, as well as jumping back and forth between the two coordination channels that were set up in teamspeak
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    Jet Combat Specialist(class1)

    Who: Liquid.Watcher

    Why:
    Nardini and Liquid were our two pilots for the entirety of the scrim. These two Gentlemen planned out the initial attack runs on their forward operating base and airbase that were instrumental in the success of the early game. Subsequent to their initial runs, they neutralized the enemy air assets time and again, as well as providing incomparable close air support to our troops and armor on the ground. It is with great reverence to their unparalleled flying skill that I submit them for this nomination.
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    Distinguished Tactician(class1)

    Who: Charity Case

    Why:
    During the second round, he improvised the entire strategy during the ten minute break between rounds, as the original tactician as had to bow out of the scrim. Once again, he displayed the same amazing skill in directing the team.
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    |TG-X|cola88



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  • #2
    Re: Weekly Award Winners

    Congrats ladies!!!



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    • #3
      Re: Weekly Award Winners

      How can CharityCase fit all thouse in his signature ^^
      Way to go gentlemen.

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      • #4
        Re: Weekly Award Winners

        Yeah good job people especially Charity they are well deserved:)
        If people are becoming so bored when playing that they have to resort to this immature behaviour I will give them something to do, call it a project. The project is "appeal a ban". - Wicks



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        • #5
          Re: Weekly Award Winners

          Congrats everyone and well done!!


          A good leader requires both character and strategy. If he is to be without one, let it be strategy. - General Rick Hilliar, Former Canadian Chief of Defence

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          • #6
            Re: Weekly Award Winners

            Great Job everyone!

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            • #7
              Re: Weekly Award Winners

              Congrats everyone and well done!!
              special thank for cc!



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              • #8
                Re: Weekly Award Winners

                Congratulations to everyone! A lot of great work this week it seems.
                Waldo II

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                • #9
                  Re: Weekly Award Winners

                  Congrats everyone! Let's keep up the good times.
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                  I'm Back.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Weekly Award Winners

                    Way to go everybody!

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                    • #11
                      Re: Weekly Award Winners

                      Well done on the ribbons guys, keep it up!

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                      • #12
                        Re: Weekly Award Winners

                        Thumbs up everyone...
                        "Dirtboy is super awesome, and chicks dig him too!"- Everyone



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                        • #13
                          Re: Weekly Award Winners

                          Nice Work everyone!



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                          • #14
                            Re: Weekly Award Winners

                            Wow.. so.. many.. ribbons!
                            Congrats to everyone! Wear them with pride!

                            ~Sirsolo
                            |TG-Irr|Sirsolo since 18OCT08.

                            Carpe Diem

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                            • #15
                              Re: Weekly Award Winners

                              hell i will! ribbuns make me look more important, lol

                              Life's too short to live it fast.




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