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Scottvrakis's Application

Post  Scottvrakis on Sun Jun 10, 2012 10:08 pm

1. Age: 14.

2. Name: Matthew James Collins.

3. Do you have a Microphone?: Indeed.

4. Do you understand that F.R.A.G. is a serious RPing clan: Indeed.

5. If possible, will you download ARMA 2 Free and play with us (Optional): Perhaps, depends if my computer can take it.

6. Will you be able to sucess to your fullest in combat: As much as I am able.

7. Will you never leave a Fallen Comrade: Yes, A battlefield is no proper graveyard, he shall return home with his family/friends.

8. Can you SeriousRP?: Indeed, I've been an Admin on 1 G-Mod server, and have past administrator experiences with other games. Ask for details.

9. STEAMID: STEAM_0:0:41565385

10. Steam Profile Community link: (Cannot send external links) (http) (://steamcommunity.com/profiles/76561198043396498)
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Combat Scenario's

You're in a heavy Street fight, Your squad leader gets hit by a 5.56mm round, What will you do?: Ask for cover-fire and some aid as I try Make my way over to him, taking care to stay in cover as to not to get shot as-well. Once I reach him, I attempt to pull him out of the crossfire with my fellow squad-mates. Once we get him to safety, I'm faced with a few options, call for a the squad medic, or any medic, call in for a Medivac, or try to patch the wound with any cloth or makeshift tourniquet to stop the bleeding, I wouldn't dare try and fish out the bullet (if it didn't penetrate fully through the body). And finally assure him he'll be alright and not to panic (as this would most likely increase his blood pressure/circulation throughout the body).



You're in an Enclosed Area and somewhat of a green colored gas filled the room, how will you act?: First, if I came equipped with the right gear, I'd immediately put on a Gas Mask to prevent toxins from entering the lungs, and worse, the bloodstream, If I wasn't equipped with one, I'd hold my breath, taking care not to overwhelm my lungs with air (as that causes pressure against the chest, causing you to become unable to hold your breath as long as you possibly can) Trying calmly to find a way out, co-operating with my fellow squad-mates (if any where present) I'd try my best not to fall into hyperventilation as this will suck up the air in the room faster and worse, breathe in the toxins faster, If I ever manage to escape, I'd continue to moderate my breathing until I'm sure I'm out of range of the toxins and move toward the closest medic/medical tent, as I most likely breathed in some of the toxins, and prepare for a medical evaluation.


You're Moving up with heavy Infantry, you come underfire from AK-47's and RPG's how will you act?: Take cover is always the first, Take cover and slowly but surely inch up in advance and make sure not to be seen, with the abundance of infantry also advancing I have a lesser chance of becoming spotted by the enemy, suppressors equipped obviously, try a find a reasonable route to flank the enemy while at the same time keeping out of sight, quietly take out the enemy RPG's first, those are always a complete danger if any of my allies are in groups or if any vehicles are also moving up, then take out as much as the other opposition as quietly as I can until I've scanned the entire area, if it's all clear, I'll make my way back to the group and continue to advance forward through enemy territory.


A officer falls down from being shot, what will you do?: I'd do mostly the same as scenario 1, Make my way up with the aid of my squad-mates, pull him out of the crossfire, and call for a Medic/Medivac while also trying to stop any bleeding with cloth or a tourniquet.


A fellow Soldier Falls down, a Bullet in his Skull, How will you react.: I'd be almost certain hes dead, but I wouldn't take any stupid chances, I'd pull him out of there with the aid of my squad-mates and call for an emergency Medivec, or rush to get a nearby medic, while also examining the wound in his skull and observing if the round had the velocity to go -through- his skull. I'd find cloth or a tourniquet to stop the bleeding, he/she would be most likely be unconscious or dead, if they were alive they'd most likely be into the state of "Shell-shock" or shock in general, I'd ask them basic questions to prove if they have any major brain damage or other serious afflictions, I wouldn't be able to do much but wait for a Medic or Medivec, same with Scenario 1, and 4, I would refrain from leaving the Soldier, If this is his death, I'd want to be there to make sure he didn't die alone or in fear.

Ask me if I did anything "Wrong" Or answered a question like an idiot, questions also help as I'm pretty sure I've gone off track maybe. I hope to join F.R.A.G and get involved, anything for my fellow soldiers.

~Matthew.
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Re: Scottvrakis's Application

Post  William Kink on Mon Jun 11, 2012 7:25 pm

Accepted, very detailed and well thought out app. Whenever your on RIP just ask a FRAG player for training and that William Kink accepeted you. I hope you know you must be active with FRAG, we expect you to be on RIP or anything FRAG related a few times a week. We don't want to see you once, and leave for like a month and come back.
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Re: Scottvrakis's Application

Post  Scottvrakis on Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:15 pm

Don't worry sir, If there is ever a time I will be absent for a long length of time I shall inform you. I thank you for accepting me into F.R.A.G It shall be an honor serving under you and the others.
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