[Accepted] FreeSpy443's Soviet Armed Forces application

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  1. FreeSpy443

    FreeSpy443 Quark

    Mar 12, 2018
    -OOC Section-

    Name: FreeSpy443

    SteamID: STEAM_0:1:105184450

    Timezone: GMT +2 (Romania/EEST timezone)

    How is your activity? / How would you rate your interest in Stasiland?: I am interested, but just don’t play due to how scarce RP is in the city

    Any previous infractions at the community? If so, can you explain?: Nope

    Previous WW3RP / RP experience: No WW3RP experience that would’ve been found on GMOD, but I have been part of some detailed text RPs based on WW3RP. I’ve been roleplaying in the HL2RP / Modern day areas for a while now, at 2-4 years

    How familiar are you with the Soviet Union (ideology, history etc.)?: I am familiar. My culture has had the Soviet Union drops in our history. Stalinization has been a main focus in our history since the takeover. Now, I am not fully sure how much was mirrored, but I have a general feel for the Soviet Union and it's eras.

    Are you aware of the new concept? What are some of the differences between this iteration of WW3RP and the old one?: I am not. I am new to this concept.

    What do you think this faction will be doing on the server?: Right now? Patrolling, intelligence gathering and skirmishes with the insurgents of Free Frankfurt

    -IC Section-

    Transfer Documents

    =Soviet Armed Forces=
    =803rd Motorized Rifle Brigade=

    -Personal Information-

    Melnikov Aleksei Borisovich
    Age: 35
    Birthdate: 07/14/1957 (MM/DD/YYYY)
    Medical History: Right Wrist Fracturation at age 14, fully recovered at 16 due to complications. Pneumonia at age 12 [CLEARED]

    Aleks in the Soviet-Afghan war, unknown year

    -Family Record-

    Father: Melnikov Boris Vadimovich
    Occupation: Engineer
    Enlistment Record: Vehicle Engineer Specialist, World War 2 [See personnel file]
    Status: Alive

    Mother: Melnikov Nina Anatolievna
    Occupation: Nurse at Kazan Hospital
    Enlistment Record: N/A
    Status: Alive

    Brother: Melnikov Vadim Borisovich
    Occupation: Student at Moscow Electrical Engineering University
    Enlistment Record: N/A
    Status: Alive

    -Enlistment Record-

    [See journal entries for more information]

    Rank: Senior Sergeant
    Deployment History: Poland (1976 -> 15th of June 1981)
    Afghanistan (1981 -> 1984)
    Czechoslovakia (1984 -> 1986)
    Ukraine (1987 -> 1992)

    Journal Entry #1
    Date recovered: 12th of May, 1976

    The date is, 27th of March, 1976, and my name is Aleksei, but, I am always called Aleks by my friends and family. I’m going to start a diary to document my life before enlistment as a prologue type thing, and for me to look back once I leave, and think about what I did in life. I was not forced into this, but I chose this. My father was an engineer serving our leaders, with the risk of dying to the old Germans as we called them at home. They were not bad people, but misguided people, my father used to tell me.

    I chose this, partially because I was unable to afford education, and because my family needed it, but more because I wanted to be proud of myself and my legacy, and for my kids to be proud of their father, a person who was able to continue their grandfather’s legacy, and to show them that even the weakest, like me, can succeed.

    Journal Entry #2
    Date recovered: 9th of November, 1984

    After Afghanistan, I feel gone. I can only assume that what happened was my fault, and that won’t change much. The people who I led in Afghanistan died, and I can only feel that I failed my friends and family ever since I was assigned to the NCO ranks when we were training. There is a point in fighting for what’s right, but is there a point in not looking at the other side? Or is there? That is something I now question in this hospital, in pain, both mentally and physically. I’ve been shot at before, and I’ve seen people die in front of me, but this harms me more than anything. My friends, my family, they were killed right in front of me, and those who survived were sent out of the army, because they had it worse than me. Broken bodies and broken minds.

    I now remain here until I am healed, and then off to Ukraine. I was forbidden from frontline duty due to my conditions for at least a few years.

    Journal Entry #3
    Date recovered: 21st of January, 1992

    I’ve been given two choices. Either re-deploy in France for logistics, or in Germany to fight against some insurgents, and I am going to file in for Germany. I’ve heard of what’s going on in both areas, and I feel it’s safer to go into Germany and deal with something similar like in Poland, who were just criminals with crack and guns. It’ll be easy, and that’s going to be my last assignment. I’ll go back home, and live a normal life. After Germany, I’ll have enough, maybe I’ll meet some more people, maybe get better. Who knows what will happen, and I want to see what happens.

    ooc note: I'd like to apologize for what seems like shitty formatting as I am new to this type of forum and apologize for the IC blandness. The original version was way too long, and posting it would not be time efficient for the people who put in the time for reading apps. Thank you.
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  2. GenericPlayer

    GenericPlayer i like firetruck and moster truck

    Jul 1, 2016
    Accepted as a Senior Soldier, Pioneer.
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