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TG Podcast.. Ask Your Questons!

Get Your Questions In!
 
Hello Tactical Gaming!
 
As you know, the TG Podcast is coming very soon and in order to get things ready, we are letting you guys ask the questions!
 
Below is form you fill in where you can submit your questions!
 
 
Please remember to keep your questions within TG standards and regulations. Otherwise... go nuts!!!!
 
Get these questions in as soon as possible and your questions will hopefully be answered!!
 

TW's Newest Division Escape From Tarkov

Tactical Warfare Command is pleased to announce that Escape From Tarkov Division
has been added to the 1st Corps of Tactical Warfare!
 
Come and help us vote on our Division Theme HERE
 

Armed Force bikers: Charity Stream

Dear TG,
 
The Public Relations Office is running a Charity Stream to support  the "Armed Force Bikers" Charity.  

 
"The Armed Forces Bikers was founded on 25 May 2011 by former members of Army Bikers. The AFB are Side Patched Riders who gained charity status on 5 July 2012. UK Registered Charity Number 1147967 and Scottish Charity Number SC043586. The AFB is authorised to collect funds, operate and organise events in Northern Ireland under section 167 of the Charities Act (NI) 2008. All proceeds donated to the AFB are used for the benefit of veterans in charitable need. The AFB employs no staff and is run entirely by volunteers. The charity's activities are funded by AFB Trading Ltd, a non-profit online and mobile shop whose only share holder is the charity."
 
We will be running this Charity Event on Saturday May 30th starting at 8amEST and will carry on until 12amEST  on the official TacticalGamingNet Twitch 



Charity streams ran by TG are one of the best experiences and opportunities to really become apart of this awesome community. We are fortunate enough to be able to make a difference however the size.  
If you can't stream we encourage all to join us and take part in this community event!


For more info on how you can help out: 
check out THIS LINK
 

TG Podcast Is Coming!

The Return
 
With the success of previous podcasts, the PRO is getting ready for the return of the TG Podcast!
 
We hope it will be ready soon for members of TG to listen to and we (the PRO) have much planning to do, but with your support it will be a great series of shows!
 
If anyone is interested in getting involved, or even getting on the show, you can contact one of the following people:
 
- TG Sir Madness (Co-Host)
- TGxP1nkM1st (Co-Host)
- JaiyoHD (Co-Host)
- TG SmokeyB (News/Research)
-TG RoyalRenKu (Host/Overall Manager/Chairperson)
 
More information will be coming soon and before each podcast takes place, there will be a News article detailing information of whats coming and when.
 

 
 

TG Sponsors Exclusive: Discord Chat

Attention All Members!

 TG Sponsors now get an exclusive channel on the main TG Discord Server 



If you are a Sponsor please post a link to your profile in the #assignments channel and your Sponsor Role will be assigned by a mod. 

If you want to become a sponsor then CLICK HERE  to find out more.

What It's Like To Be... Episode 8

What It's Like To Be...
Corps Commander

 
 
 
Hello TG and welcome to the eighth episode of a this series. In this series, titled 'What It's Like To Be..", I will be interviewing members of TG throughout the ranks, ranging from squad member right up to the CoC. As well as interviewing CoC members, i will also be taking the chance to interview certain members in support positions. This series will be published on a monthly basis. 
 
Today I had the pleasure of interviewing TG Epsi, 2nd Corps Commander. The second biggest Corps in Tactical Gaming.
 
 
 
TG SmokeyB: What attracted you to this position?
 
TG Epsi: I was never attracted to the Corps Commander position in TG. I had always been content where ever I served. I was fortunate enough to be selected to become a Corps Commander several years ago. Since then, I've served with 2nd Corps faithfully.
 
 
 
TG SmokeyB: You've been in your position of Corps Commander since 2017. What is the main reason for serving in the position for so long?
 
TG Epsi: Everyone has their own core principles they live by. One of mine is longevity. I have always believed that stable leadership is a must. Even in the military, Commanders stay in units long enough to have a presence and accomplish their intent before they are promoted, or simply move to the next unit with all new challenges.

As a Corps Commander, I'm faced with all sorts of challenges and the level of impact a decision has reverberates down to the lowest tiers of leadership in TG. I think it's important that we recognize that we're all leaders in our own way. We may not be a Squad Leader or a Commanding Officer, but we lead from where we are. If we all bring that component of longevity to our roles within TG, and stay committed to our mission (of having fun tactically!) and stay true to our companions and family here, TG will be better for it.

It's been a rocky road for many years, and I believe it's always been that way. I've served as Corps Commander for so long because I believe we have a community worth serving.
 
 
 
TG SmokeyB: Can you tell us the best highlight while serving as a CC?
 
TG Epsi: Every day is a new highlight for me, but truthfully the most fun I have is when members reach out and just want to game. I love the military-like structure here in TG, but I think it can confuse people into thinking that I'm unapproachable, or unwilling to interact with the community. So when I get an opportunity to do events, or set out for some sort of random game for shenanigans, I try to make it memorable because it's those moments I cherish the most about TG. Like-minded gamers gaming together.
 
 
 
TG SmokeyB: What attracted you to TG when you first joined?
 
TG Epsi: When I joined TG, it was during a time of expansion. There were two corps at the time, and they were filled up. I completed my boot camp, went to a practice where I had a Drill Instructor. I thought it was the coolest thing to have someone assigned to work with me specifically and teach me the ropes about my game, and how TG worked.

I learned about ATCs, and wanted a piece of that. I learned about being able to lead a squad, and I was all about that. I tried to be a part of teams who made huge impacts in TG. I've been in countless Competitive teams; we've won some and we've lost some, but it was never about the medals, rank, or even prestige. I've made life-long friends with people I've never even met in person (of course, NOW I've met some of them in person), who know me well because we spent countless hours of blood, sweat, and tears training to be the best of the best.
 
 
 
 
TG SmokeyB: I imagine you are busy with handling 2nd Corps. What is it about being the Corps Commander that you love?
 
TG Epsi: Corps Commander spot sucks. It truly does. For the most part, we wear the blame of a lot, but that comes with the territory. Like in Bugs Life, when Hopper tells the Ant Princess that the number one rule of Leadership is: It's always your fault. The same is true for us in TWC. Ultimately, when there are communication failures and things that happen across the community, it is our fault in some way.

What I love about the position, is that I'm in a place to influence a change when there are problems. I can address those issues, or use my leadership team to discuss how best to handle our situation. I'm not the smartest guy in TG, but I surround myself with the smartest people I know, and together, we work out what's ailing our community.
 
 
 
TG SmokeyB: Can you tell me a little more about your TG history?
 
TG Epsi: I have over ten years of time in TG, so a little more about my history could be daunting.  To answer the question though, I'll be short.

I started in Gears of War Division back in the day, when it had two full battalions with active squads and even competitive teams out competing in game battles. I stayed in Gears for awhile, but eventually transferred to Halo Division and joined up in a new squad named Supernova. I was there for a long time, then transferred to Fallout (CS) in Halo 2nd Battalion to compete in game battles and eventually, the Fragged Cup 2.

From there, I became Battalion Staff, eventually Division. I served: Halo, Crysis, Destiny, Battlefield, Grand Theft Auto, Halo again, and Battlefield again, Then the Training Office as the second Head Training Officer, then I dual-roled HTO and Council Member of Tactical Sports, then eventually became a Corps Commander for 2nd Corps while serving as 1st Council Member, and was a part of the news team for a long time.

Since then, a lot of my responsibilities have tapered off. I found I could not serve in the same capacity I had when I was younger because of life; new jobs and a wife now shared a lot of the same time I had with TG. Thankfully, there have been a number of great leaders who were ready to take the torch and run ahead so this old guy could catch his breath. 
 


TG SmokeyB: If you could change one thing in TG, what would it be?

TG Epsi: The hardest thing for me to contend with is the lack of interest in being leaders within the community. We have so many great opportunities to lead within the divisions, yet so few seem willing to do so. If there was one thing I could change, it'd be the enthusiasm of our leaders and future leaders. I want people to take risks, to get involved in leadership, and invest in this great community. We must recruit, we must lead. 
 
 

TG SmokeyB: Just for fun. If you where having your last meal tomorrow, what would it be?
 
TG Epsi: I'd do some New Orleans pasta with a creamy spicy Alfredo sauce and andouille sausage and spicy chicken, some green peppers and onions. MMM! I like the big penne noodles in there too, but they have to be firm, not soggy where they've been cooked too long. I'm a sauce kind of person, so it'd need to be drenched in that creamy sauce, and be in a deep bowl. To drink, I'd probably do a Dr. Pepper, or some sort of strawberry iced tea.
 
 
 
Thank you @TG Epsi for taking part in this series, great and detailed answers. Thats what i love about this series, learning about other members of our community.
 
Stayed tuned for another episode in a months time!

ATO - TWC Warzone Tournament Staff

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:
Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of
 
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@TG-Mitchell
@TG-AMP
 
have been awarded one instance of the Leadership Award Medal

 
TG Mitchell and TG Amp took it upon themselves to take the lead of planning and organizing the
TWC Tournament: Warzone and ran with it. They worked so diligently at ensuring that the tournament
was prepared in the most neutral way as possible to make the event fair to everyone that participated.
With their leadership and hard work this tournament could have easily been renamed to
"The Call Of Duty Division Presents:" 
TG Mitchell and TG Amp truly deserve all of the credit for organizing and managing this tournament.
 
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@TG-Mitchell
@TG-AMP
@Killhappy Jenn
@Mr-Loose-ifer
@TG SirMadness
@Curtski96
 
have been awarded one instance of the Outstanding Volunteer Award
 

 
These members volunteered their time at the very beginning of organizing the TWC Warzone
tournament. Each staff member did everything that they were able to do to ensure a successful event.
TWC would like to show our appreciation for their hard work including but not limited to organizing the event,
preparing educational documents for those that never played Warzone, Establishing rules and complex scoring for
the event, advertising the event, and most of all obtaining and designing the prizes for the event.
Thanks for your hard work and willingness to help with the event.
 
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@TG-Mitchell
@TG-AMP
 
have been awarded one instance of the Outstanding Contributor Award
 

 
TG Mitchell and TG Amp decided that they wanted to donate cash prizes and raffle gifts for all of the tournament.
TG Amp also paid for the designing of the Championship Signatures that were created for the top three
teams of the tournament. This award is a small token of TG's appreciation of your donations to this event.
 
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Given under our hand at Tactical Warfare Command on this 3rd day of May, Two Thousand and Twenty.
 
Signed:
 

TG HaloHobo
Chief of Staff
Tactical Warfare
 

 
 
TG Kacy2k
1st Corps
Corps Commander
 

 
TG Epsi
2nd Corps
Corps Commander
 

 
Typicalveteran-
3rd Corps
Corps Commander
 

ATO-TW's Newest Division Valorant

Tactical Warfare Command is pleased to announce that Valorant Division
has been added to the 3rd Corps of Tactical Warfare!
 
Come and help us vote on our Division Theme HERE
 

ATO - Sarge

To all who shall see these presents, greeting:

Know Ye, that reposing special trust and confidence in the fidelity and abilities of

@Sarge


I hereby award
 
 
One (1) Instance of the Tactical Gaming Training Office Achievement Medal
 
Sarge has been an outstanding supporter and advocate of the TO by leading the TLDC, a training staple, for over a year. Due to his tireless work and commitment, several classes of TG members were able to improve their leadership abilities which directly helps TG develop our new generation of leaders. This is exactly the sort of leadership and collaboration that makes TG an amazing place.
 
This is to certify that Sarge should receive the Training Office Achievement Medal and Tactical Gaming Outstanding Volunteer Medal, while serving as Division Officer for Destiny Division, 2nd Corps of Tactical Warfare. For the past year, Sarge has worked diligently and tirelessly at providing instruction for Tactical Gaming's Theoretical Leadership Development Course (TLDC.) During his tenure as lead instructor, Sarge has run 10 classes with 47 participants, grading four assignments per participant for the past year. This has been completely extracurricular where Sarge has donated his free time to ensure members receive mentorship and have an opportunity to develop a good sense of what leadership means for them. Sarge's dedication to duty and hard work a credit to himself and are in keeping with the highest traditions and gaming ethos of Tactical Gaming. Sarge is enthusiastically recommended for the Training Office Achievement Medal and the Tactical Gaming Outstanding Volunteer Medal.
 

Medals Description:
 
The Tactical Gaming Training Office Achievement Medal recognizes an individual who has consistently and continuously displayed improvement in all aspects of training inside of Tactical Gaming.
 
One (1) Instance of the Outstanding Volunteer Award


Medals Description:
 
The Outstanding Volunteer Award is given to an individual who has performed outstanding volunteer service of a sustained, direct and consequential nature, to further Tactical Gaming’s cause.

Given under my hand in the Tactical Warfare Training Office on this 26th day of April 2020.

Signed By:

LtGen TG Epsi
2nd Corps
Corps Commander

 
 
BG MissVendettaXO
Tactical Gaming Training Office
Tactical Warfare Head Trainer

Destiny Division Presents: The Guardian Games

Hello All, 

Destiny Division have just announced The Olympics of Destiny!  

What is it you ask?
The Guardian Games is the new Seasonal Spring activity launched by Bungie for the Season of the Worthy. This competition is not for the weak and open for all squads to compete in. Your squad will be automatically enrolled in the Guardian Games. So grab your guns, try your heart out and compete to see who is the best Squad in Destiny Division.
 
When? 
April 28- May 11
 
What are the details? 
You as a team will compete during the whole of the Guardian Games and complete objectives outlined in game and win Laurels. Laurels achieved in game will be tracked by the Competition Administrators and a leaderboard will be posted down below.
 
Individual members will also be tracked by the leaderboard for an overall most valued players award. The tracking of the members contributions will be tracked in addition to what the member has posted as apart of the squad.
 
The scoring system will be based on the most amount of modifiers. For the Squad Brackets, it will be total laurels of the squad times your modifier amount. For the invidious is, it’s pure laurels. The squad with the most amount of tracked medals will be declared winners.
 
Prizes
 
1st Place - $20 and Custom 3D printed Gold Medal
2nd place - $15  and Custom 3D printed Silver Medal
3rd place - $10 and Custom 3D Printed Bronze Medal
 
Rules
As an officially sanctioned Tactical Gaming event, all Tactical Gaming rules and regulations apply. Failure to abide by the rules of Tactical Gaming will result in immediate disqualification of both the individual who committed the act but also their squad.
 
For All Members who are participating Best of Luck! 
 
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