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My apologies, my arrival to this section of the forum was delayed by an over seas trip right after joining the community, I would like to thank the individuals that processed my application and invited me to join this great community. I am very grateful to be here among you. Having been the Non Commissioned Officer / Company First Sergeant with a Military Simulation group for well over 2 years, it's great to finally see a community in Star Citizen, in which takes pride and discipline pretty serious. The standards reflected through the receiving portion of my enlistment was quite professional and it should be said that these achievements are not something that should go unnoticed.
I'm in my mid 20's; Live in Norway; Been playing various online games since before I even entered elementary school, been apart of several online communities since before my early teens. I am currently preparing to start my studies on Criminal Justice and eventually take my Bachelors degree. As for Star Citizen I have spent an extraordinarily large amount of money, so I am hoping that Imperium can help my seff justify those spending by helping me put those ships to use, should it be necessary I would be happy to lend some out. Hopefully I can serve this community better than it serves my self.
Thank you for your time,
Thank You for accepting my application. Looking forward to being part of this well structured and organized group of enthusiasts! Strikingly impressive amount of automation in the recruitment process, as well.
A bit about myself; I'm 25, Lithuanian living in Denmark. Studied Computer Science and Web Development, and have been working as a C# software developer for a media analysis company for the past couple of years. Besides spending my time by looking at a screen or sitting at a pub, I play the guitar and a little bit of the piano. I also occasionally go fishing.
As for my gaming experience, I've been serving under @Mage and @Champagne_Papi in MSOC-A, 1stMRB, and the 13thMEU ArmA 3 milsim units for most of my time as an active member of an online gaming community. Recently, I've been enjoying flying the study-level modules in the combat flight simulator - DCS:World. As for sci-fi ship-oriented games, I've played Freelancer, Star Trek Online, Elite, and a little bit of Eve. Hopefully, my experience from the various positions I've held in the milsim units, as well as my flight sim hours will come in handy when contributing to this organization.
First, thank you for accepting me into Imperium, I'm very excited to be here. I'm impressed to see the amount of thought and effort that has gone into the organization of this community. The level of work needed to do that is no small feat and I'm excited to be a part of whatever great things are accomplished in the future. I'm also looking forward to working with Mage and the crew of guys that recently joined.
As for myself, I'm currently a student of social work living in Ontario, Canada. I have a small experience in MilSim and about 4 years of flight sim, both general aviation and military. I hope these experiences will be an asset as I both learn and give back to this community.
I wanted to express my gratitude for having accepted my application, I am glad to be on board with everybody here. I don't have much to say but I will say that all the hard work and effort you all put into this is noticed and greatly appreciated. As a season veteran of the Military Simulation world, organization and polished doctrine is something that I look up to and value, it all goes a long way.
To cut to the chase, I am in my 20's, I currently live in the Netherlands but I have been around quite a bit. I am currently trying to pursue my career as a Rally Driver, if any of you are big fans of racing and/or cars we will have a lot to talk about. As far as Star Citizen goes, I don't know as much as I would like about it. With that being said I do come from over 8 years of being in the MilSim Community and there are many things I have learned which I am willing to share. I don't yet know exactly what I want to do in the game because I am still very ignorant towards all the possibilities. I really look forward to meeting you all and being able to share some moments together.
Hey there! I would like to thank you for taking the time to consider my application, this place seems like a great group of people and a close friend of mine highly recommended it. Anyway, I guess I better introduce myself?
My name is Cade Jackson and I am currently a second year university student studying 'International Disaster Management and Humanitarian Response' at Manchester University. I'm not entirely 100% on where I want my career to be, but I am interested in something related to the United Nations, Red Cross or Oxfam. Compared to my fairly boring academic life, I spend the rest of my time socialising playing video games. I like to play varied yet a niche set of genres such as military simulator, grand strategy, real time strategy and MMORPGs and I have invested too much into Star Citizen to stop gaming now. In regards to Star Citizen, I like to see myself as an explorer, partly due to my killer curiosity and the other 97% down to the fact that I am poor fighter pilot and often turn tail it at the first sight of trouble. Anyway, I'm not really sure what else to say about myself, if you have any questions or you're brave enough to say hello, I would like to say once more that I am happy to be here.