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<first name> '<nickname>' <surname>

Personal Information:
Real Name: <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>
Rank/Title: d
Other Aliases: d
Occupation: d
Affiliations: d
Legal Status: Citizen of <country name> with <A/No> Criminal Record (Still a Minor, Currently wanted for questioning by legal authorities)
Place of Birth: city, state, country
Martial Status: single, engaged, married, separated, divorced, widowed, widower
Known Relatives: <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (husband, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (wife, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (fiancée, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (son, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (daughter, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (father, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (mother, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (sister, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (brother, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (maternal grandfather, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (maternal grandmother); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (paternal grandfather, age); <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname>, profession (paternal grandmother).
Extent of Education: d
Religion: d (non-practicing/semi-practicing/practicing)


Background Information/Origin:

d


Service Record & Advanced Education:

0000-0000: d (). d (). d (). d (). d (). d (). d ().
0000-0000: d (). d (). d (). d (). d (). d (). d ().
0000-0000: d (). d (). d (). d (). d (). d (). d ().


Medals, Ribbons, Decorations, Awards & Qualification Badges:

Left Breast: d
Right Breast: d
Qualification Badges: d
Foreign Medals, Ribbons & Awards: d
Foreign Qualification Badges: d
Challenge Coins: d


Physical Information:
Ethnic Group: d
Gender: d
Sexual Orientation: heterosexual/bisexual/homosexual
Age: 00 (day-month-year)
Height: 0' 00" (00x-00-00)
Weight: 000lbs.
Hair Colour: d
Eye Colour: d
Physical Appearance: <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname> <first name> <middle name> '<nickname>' <surname> is an <unattractive/average/attractive> looking <00>yr old <ethnic group> <gender> in excellent physical condition for a <sex> age, height and build who engages in <level> regular exercise on a <frequency> basis.
Distinguishing Physical Characteristics: <A brief description of any distinguishing physical characteristics such as unique hairstyle, eyeglasses, body piercings, tattoos, birthmarks, or grooming habits>
Normal Attire: <A brief description of the characters normal attire>
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We will be using one of the following systems for this campaign.

d20 Modern system using some of the sourcebooks put out by RPG Objects, along with some of the other books that i've gotten my hands on.

or we will use the Twilight 2000 RPG v1.0 rules set.

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Promotion schedules (during peacetime)

US Army (USA) / US Army National Guard (USNG) / US Army Reserves (USAR)

Candidates who successfully complete Warrant Officer Candidate School are appointed in the grade of Warrant Officer One. When promoted to Chief Warrant Officer Two, warrant officers are commissioned by the President and have the same legal status as their traditional commissioned officer counterparts. However, warrant officers remain single-specialty officers whose career track is oriented towards progressing within their career field rather than focusing on increased levels of command and staff duty positions.

There are five grades within the Army Warrant Officer Corps A person is initially appointed as a Warrant Officer (WO1), and progresses to Chief Warrant Officer Two (CW2) after 2 years. Competitive promotion to Chief Warrant Officer Three (CW3), Chief Warrant Officer Four (CW4), and Chief Warrant Officer Five (CW5) occur at approximately six year intervals for Aviation Warrant Officers and five year intervals for those in technical fields.

E1 PV1 (Private E1) -
E2 PV2 (Private E2) 6 months
E3 PFC (Private First Class) 1 year
E4 SPC (Specialist) 18 months
CPL (Corporal)
E5 SGT (Sergeant) 4.2 years
E6 SSG (Staff Sergeant) 8.5 years
E7 SFC (Sergeant First Class) 13.6 years
E8 MSG (Master Sergeant) 17 years
1SG (First Sergeant)
E9 SGM (Sergeant Major) 20.8 years
CSM (Command Sergeant Major)
E10 SMA (Sergeant Major of the Army) *

W-1 Warrant Officer -
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two 2 years
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three 8 years
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four 14 years
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five 20 years

O-1 2LT (Second Lieutenant) -
O-2 1LT (First Lieutenant) 18 months
O-3 CPT (Captain) 4 years (3.5 years)
O-4 MAJ (Major) 10 years (6.5 years)
O-5 LTC (Lieutenant Colonel) 16 years (9.5 years)
O-6 COL (Colonel) 22 years (12.5 years)
O-7 BG (Brigadier General) *
O-8 MG (Major General) *
O-9 LTG (Lieutenant General) *
O-10 GEN (General) *
O-11 GOA (General-of-the-Army) *
O-12 General-of-the-Armies-of-the-United States Only held only by George Washington.

US Army General Officer Promotions: You can get more "political" than promotions to general officer (also known as "Flag Officer"). General Officers (Flag Officers) are those in the paygrades of O-7 through O-10. Fewer than one percent of career officers will ever be promoted to Flag Rank. General officers are nominated for promotion by the President of the United States, and confirmed by the Senate. You can't get more "political" than that. The services hold in-service promotion boards to recommend officers for general officer promotion to the President. When vacancies occur (a general officer gets promoted or retires), the President nominates officers to be promoted from these lists (with advice from the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the applicable service, and the Service Chief of Staff/Commandant). Like the other commissioned officer ranks, Congress limits the number of General Officers that can serve on active duty. To be promoted to O-7, an officer must first complete a full tour in a Joint-Duty-Assignment (this is an assignment to a unit that is comprised of members from two or more of the services). This requirement can be waived, in some instances. The mandatory retirement age for all general officers is 62 (this can be deferred to age 64 in some cases). Under the law, an officer who has been promoted to O-7, but is not on the recommended list to O-8, must retire five years after promotion to O-7, or 30 years of active duty service, whichever is later. An O-8 must retire five years after being promoted to O-8, or 35 years of service, whichever is greater. The Secretary of the Service Concerned (ie, Secretary of the Army) or the President of the United States, can defer the above mandatory retirements, up until the time that the officer reaches the age of 62.

US Army (USA) / US Army National Guard (USNG) / US Army Reserves (USAR)
E1 PV1 (Private E1)
E2 PV2 (Private E2)
E3 PFC (Private First Class)
E4 SPC (Specialist)
CPL (Corporal)
E5 SGT (Sergeant)
E6 SSG (Staff Sergeant)
E7 SFC (Sergeant First Class)
E8 MSG (Master Sergeant)
1SG (First Sergeant)
E9 SGM (Sergeant Major)
CSM (Command Sergeant Major)
E10 SMA (Sergeant Major of the Army)

W-1 Warrant Officer
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five

O-1 2LT (Second Lieutant)
O-2 1LT (First Lieuenant)
O-3 CPT (Captain)
O-4 MAJ (Major)
O-5 LTC (Lieutenant Colonel)
O-6 COL (Colonel)
O-7 BG (Brigadier General)
O-8 MG (Major General)
O-9 LTG (Lieutenant General)
O-10 GEN (General)
O-11 GOA (General of the Army
O-12 General of the Armies of the United States

US Air Force (USAF)
E1 AB (Airman Basic) -
E2 Amn (Airman) 6 months
E3 A1C (Airman First Class) 16 months
E4 SrA (Senior Airman) 3 years
E5 SSgt (Staff Sergeant) 4.4 years
E6 TSgt (Technical Sergeant) 12.9 years
E7 MSgt (Master Sergeant) 16.9 years
E8 SMSgt (Senior Master Sergeant) 19.7 years
E9 CMSgt (Chief Master Sergeant) 22.1 years
CCM (Command Chief Master Sergeant)
E10 CMSAF (Command Master Sergeant of the Air Force) *

'first shirt' or just 'shirt' is the nickname given to First Sergeants.

O-1 2nd Lt. (Second Lieutenant) -
O-2 1st Lt. (First Lieutenant) 18 months
O-3 Capt. (Captain) 4 years (3.5 years)
O-4 Maj. (Major) 10 years (6.5 years)
O-5 Lt.Col. (Lieutenant Colonel) 16 years (9.5 years)
O-6 Col. (Colonel) 22 years (12.5 years)
O-7 BGen. (Brigadier General) *
O-8 MajGen. (Major General) *
O-9 LtGen. (Lieutenant General) *
O-10 Gen. (General) *
O-11 GenAF (General-of-the-Air Force) *
O-12 General-of-the-Air Forces-of-the-United States *

US Air Force General Officer Promotions: You can get more "political" than promotions to general officer (also known as "Flag Officer"). General Officers (Flag Officers) are those in the paygrades of O-7 through O-10. Fewer than one percent of career officers will ever be promoted to Flag Rank. General officers are nominated for promotion by the President of the United States, and confirmed by the Senate. You can't get more "political" than that. The services hold in-service promotion boards to recommend officers for general officer promotion to the President. When vacancies occur (a general officer gets promoted or retires), the President nominates officers to be promoted from these lists (with advice from the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the applicable service, and the Service Chief of Staff/Commandant). Like the other commissioned officer ranks, Congress limits the number of General Officers that can serve on active duty. To be promoted to O-7, an officer must first complete a full tour in a Joint-Duty-Assignment (this is an assignment to a unit that is comprised of members from two or more of the services). This requirement can be waived, in some instances. The mandatory retirement age for all general officers is 62 (this can be deferred to age 64 in some cases). Under the law, an officer who has been promoted to O-7, but is not on the recommended list to O-8, must retire five years after promotion to O-7, or 30 years of active duty service, whichever is later. An O-8 must retire five years after being promoted to O-8, or 35 years of service, whichever is greater. The Secretary of the Service Concerned (ie, Secretary of the Air Force) or the President of the United States, can defer the above mandatory retirements, up until the time that the officer reaches the age of 62.


US Air Force (USAF)
E1 AB (Airman Basic)
E2 Amn (Airman)
E3 A1C (Airman First Class)
E4 SrA (Senior Airman)
E5 SSgt (Staff Sergeant)
E6 TSgt (Technical Sergeant)
E7 MSgt (Master Sergeant)
E8 SMSgt (Senior Master Sergeant)
E9 CMSgt (Chief Master Sergeant)
CCM (Command Chief Master Sergeant)
E10 CMSAF (Command Master Sergeant of the Air Force)

'first shirt' or just 'shirt' is the nickname given to First Sergeants.

O-1 2ndLt. (Second Lieutant)
O-2 1stLt. (First Lieuenant)
O-3 Capt. (Captain)
O-4 Maj. (Major)
O-5 LtCol. (Lieutenant Colonel)
O-6 Col. (Colonel)
O-7 BGen. (Brigadier General)
O-8 MajGen. (Major General)
O-9 LtGen. (Lieutenant General)
O-10 Gen. (General)
O-11 GenAF (General of the Air Force)

US Navy (USN) / US Navy Reserves (USNR)

E1 SR (Seaman Recruit) -
AR (Airman Recruit)
FR (Fireman Recruit)
CR (Constrcutionman Recruit)
HR (Hospitalman Recruit)
E2 SA (Seaman Apprentice) 9 months
AA (Airman Apprentice)
FA (Fireman Apprentice)
CA (Constructionman Apprentice)
HA (Hosptialman Apprentice)
E3 SN (Seaman) 9 months
AN (Airman)
FN (Fireman)
CN (Constructionman)
HM (Hospitalman)
E4 PO3 (Petty 3rd Class) 3.1 years
E5 PO2 (Petty 2nd Class) 5.2 years
E6 PO1 (Petty Officer 1st Class) 11.3 years
E7 CPO (Chief Petty Officer) 14.4 years
E8 SPO (Senior Chief Petty Officer) 17.1 years
E9 MCPO (Master Chief Petty Officer) 20.3 years
CMCPO (Command Master Chief Petty Officer)
E10 MCPON (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy) *

CMDCM (Command Master Chief Petty Officer)
FLTCM (Fleet Master Chief Petty Officer)
FORCM (Force Master Chief Petty Officer)
MCPON (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy)

W-1 Warrant Officer d
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two d
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three d
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four s
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five d

O-1 ENS (Ensign) -
O-2 LTJG (Lieutenant, Junior Grade) 18 months
O-3 LT (Lieutenant) 4 years (3.5 years)
O-4 LCDR (Lieutenant Commander) 10 years (6.5 years)
O-5 CDR (Commander) 16 years (9.5 years)
O-6 CAPT (Captain) 22 years (12.5 years)
O-7 RDML (Rear Admiral Lower Half) *
CMDR (Commodore)
O-8 RADM (Rear Admiral Upper Half) *
O-9 VADM (Vice Admiral) *
O-10 ADM (Admiral) *
O-11 FADM (Fleet Admiral) *
O-12 Admiral-of-the-Navies-of-the-United States *

US Navy Flag Officer Promotions: You can get more "political" than promotions to general officer (also known as "Flag Officer"). General Officers (Flag Officers) are those in the paygrades of O-7 through O-10. Fewer than one percent of career officers will ever be promoted to Flag Rank. General officers are nominated for promotion by the President of the United States, and confirmed by the Senate. You can't get more "political" than that. The services hold in-service promotion boards to recommend officers for general officer promotion to the President. When vacancies occur (a general officer gets promoted or retires), the President nominates officers to be promoted from these lists (with advice from the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the applicable service, and the Service Chief of Staff/Commandant). Like the other commissioned officer ranks, Congress limits the number of General Officers that can serve on active duty. To be promoted to O-7, an officer must first complete a full tour in a Joint-Duty-Assignment (this is an assignment to a unit that is comprised of members from two or more of the services). This requirement can be waived, in some instances. The mandatory retirement age for all general officers is 62 (this can be deferred to age 64 in some cases). Under the law, an officer who has been promoted to O-7, but is not on the recommended list to O-8, must retire five years after promotion to O-7, or 30 years of active duty service, whichever is later. An O-8 must retire five years after being promoted to O-8, or 35 years of service, whichever is greater. The Secretary of the Service Concerned (ie, Secretary of the Navy) or the President of the United States, can defer the above mandatory retirements, up until the time that the officer reaches the age of 62.

US Navy (USN) / US Navy Reserves (USNR)
E1 SR (Seaman Recruit)
AR (Airman Recruit)
FR (Fireman Recruit)
CR (Constrcutionman Recruit)
HR (Hospitalman Recruit)
E2 SA (Seaman Apprentice)
AA (Airman Apprentice)
FA (Fireman Apprentice)
CA (Constructionman Apprentice)
HA (Hosptialman Apprentice)
E3 SN (Seaman)
AN (Airman)
FN (Fireman)
CN (Constructionman)
HM (Hospitalman)
E4 PO3 (Petty 3rd Class)
E5 PO2 (Petty 2nd Class)
E6 PO1 (Petty Officer 1st Class)
E7 CPO (Chief Petty Officer)
E8 SPO (Senior Chief Petty Officer)
E9 MCPO (Master Chief Petty Officer)
CMCPO (Command Master Chief Petty Officer)
E10 MCPON (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy)

W-1 Warrant Officer
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five

O-1 ENS (Ensign)
O-2 LTJG (Lieutenant, Junior Grade)
O-3 LT (Lieutenant)
O-4 LCDR (Lieutenant Commander)
O-5 CDR (Commander)
O-6 CAPT (Captain)
O-7 CMDR (Commodore) or RADL (Rear Admiral Lower Half)
O-8 RADM (Rear Admiral Upper Half)
O-9 VADM (Vice Admiral)
O-10 ADM (Admiral)
O-11 FADM (Fleet Admiral)
O-12 Admiral of the Navy of the United States


US Marine Corps (USMC) / US Marine Corps Reserves (USMCR)

E1 Pvt. (Private) -
E2 Pfc. (Private First Class) 6 months
E3 LCpl. (Lance Corporal) 14 months
E4 Cpl. (Corporal) 26 months
E5 Sgt. (Sergeant) 4.8 years
E6 SSgt. (Staff Sergeant) 10.4 years
E7 GySgt. (Gunnery Sergeant) 'gunny' 14.8 years
E8 MSgt (Master Sergeant) 18.8 years
1stSgt. (First Sergeant)
E9 MGySgt (Master Gunnery Sergeant) 22.1 years
SgtMaj (Sergeant Major)
E10 SgtMajMarCor (Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps) *

W-1 Warrant Officer F
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two F
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three F
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four F
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five F

O-1 2ndLt. (Second Lieutenant) -
O-2 1stLt. (First Lieutenant) 18 months
O-3 Capt. (Captain) 4 years (3.5 years)
O-4 Maj. (Major) 10 years (6.5 years)
O-5 LtCol. (Lieutenant Colonel) 16 years (9.5 years)
O-6 Col. (Colonel) 22 years (12.5 years)
O-7 BGen. (Brigadier General) *
O-8 MajGen. (Major General) *
O-9 LtGen. (Lieutenant General) *
O-10 Gen. (General) *
O-11 None

US Marine Corps General Officer Promotions: You can get more "political" than promotions to general officer (also known as "Flag Officer"). General Officers (Flag Officers) are those in the paygrades of O-7 through O-10. Fewer than one percent of career officers will ever be promoted to Flag Rank. General officers are nominated for promotion by the President of the United States, and confirmed by the Senate. You can't get more "political" than that. The services hold in-service promotion boards to recommend officers for general officer promotion to the President. When vacancies occur (a general officer gets promoted or retires), the President nominates officers to be promoted from these lists (with advice from the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the applicable service, and the Service Chief of Staff/Commandant). Like the other commissioned officer ranks, Congress limits the number of General Officers that can serve on active duty. To be promoted to O-7, an officer must first complete a full tour in a Joint-Duty-Assignment (this is an assignment to a unit that is comprised of members from two or more of the services). This requirement can be waived, in some instances. The mandatory retirement age for all general officers is 62 (this can be deferred to age 64 in some cases). Under the law, an officer who has been promoted to O-7, but is not on the recommended list to O-8, must retire five years after promotion to O-7, or 30 years of active duty service, whichever is later. An O-8 must retire five years after being promoted to O-8, or 35 years of service, whichever is greater. The Secretary of the Service Concerned (ie, Secretary of the Navy) or the President of the United States, can defer the above mandatory retirements, up until the time that the officer reaches the age of 62.

US Marine Corps (USMC) / US Marine Corps Reserves (USMCR)
E1 Pvt. (Private)
E2 Pfc. (Private First Class)
E3 LCpl. (Lance Corporal)
E4 Cpl. (Corporal)
E5 Sgt. (Sergeant)
E6 SSgt. (Staff Sergeant)
E7 GySgt. (Gunnery Sergeant) 'gunny'
E8 MSgt (Master Sergeant)
1stSgt. (First Sergeant)
E9 MGySgt (Master Gunnery Sergeant)
SgtMaj (Sergeant Major)
E10 SgtMajMarCor (Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps)

W-1 Warrant Officer
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five

O-1 2ndLt. (Second Lieutant)
O-2 1stLt. (First Lieuenant)
O-3 Capt. (Captain)
O-4 Maj. (Major)
O-5 LtCol. (Lieutenant Colonel)
O-6 Col. (Colonel)
O-7 BGen. (Brigadier General)
O-8 MajGen. (Major General)
O-9 LtGen. (Lieutenant General)
O-10 Gen. (General)
O-11 None

US Coast Guard (USCG)
E1 SR (Seaman Recruit) -
AR (Airman Recruit)
FR (Fireman Recruit)
HR (Hospitalman Recruit)
E2 SA (Seaman Apprentice) D
AA (Airman Apprentice)
FA (Fireman Apprentice)
HA (Hosptialman Apprentice)
E3 SN (Seaman) F
AN (Airman)
FN (Fireman)
HM (Hospitalman)
E4 PO3 (Petty 3rd Class) F
E5 PO2 (Petty 2nd Class) F
E6 PO1 (Petty Officer 1st Class) F
E7 CPO (Chief Petty Officer) F
E8 SPO (Senior Chief Petty Officer) F
E9 MCPO (Master Chief Petty) F
CMCPO (Command Master Chief Petty Officer)
E10 MCPOCG (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard) *

W-1 Warrant Officer
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five

O-1 ENS (Ensign) -
O-2 LTJG (Lieutenant, Junior Grade) D
O-3 LT (Lieutenant) D
O-4 LCDR (Lieutenant Commander) D
O-5 CDR (Commander) D
O-6 CAPT (Captain) D
O-7 RDML (Rear Admiral Lower Half) *
O-8 RADM (Rear Admiral Upper Half) *
O-9 VADM (Vice Admiral) *
O-10 ADM (Admiral) *

US Coast Guard (USCG)

E1 SR (Seaman Recruit)
AR (Airman Recruit)
FR (Fireman Recruit)
HR (Hospitalman Recruit)
E2 SA (Seaman Apprentice)
AA (Airman Apprentice)
FA (Fireman Apprentice)
HA (Hosptialman Apprentice)
E3 SN (Seaman)
AN (Airman)
FN (Fireman)
HM (Hospitalman)
E4 PO3 (Petty 3rd Class)
E5 PO2 (Petty 2nd Class)
E6 PO1 (Petty Officer 1st Class)
E7 CPO (Chief Petty Officer)
E8 SPO (Senior Chief Petty Officer)
E9 MCPO (Master Chief Petty)
CMCPO (Command Master Chief Petty Officer)
E10 MCPOCG (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard)

W-1 Warrant Officer
W-2 Chief Warrant Officer Two
W-3 Chief Warrant Officer Three
W-4 Chief Warrant Officer Four
W-5 Chief Warrant Officer Five

O-1 ENS (Ensign)
O-2 LTJG (Lieuenant, Junior Grade)
O-3 LT (Lieutenant)
O-4 LCDR (Lieutenant Commander)
O-5 CDR (Commander)
O-6 CAPT (Captain)
O-7 RDML (Rear Admiral Lower Half)
O-8 RADM (Rear Admiral Upper Half)
O-9 VADM (Vice Admiral)
O-10 ADM (Admiral)
O-11 None

CMDCM (Command Master Chief Petty Officer)
FLTCM (Fleet Master Chief Petty Officer)
FORCM (Force Master Chief Petty Officer)
MCPON (Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy)
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SSN/Serial Number: 123-45-6789XX

USN (United States Navy)
USMC (United States Marine Corps)
USAF (United States Air Force)
USCG (United States Coast Guard)

RA (Regular Army)
US (Army of the United States, draftee)
ER (Enlisted Reserve, US Army Reserves)
OR (Officer Reserve, US Army Reserves)
NG (National Guard)

The National Guard of the United States (Federalized & incorporated into the Army of the United States)
ARNG (Army National Guard) / Army National Guard of the United States (Federalized)
ANG (Air National Guard) / Air National Guard of the United States (Federalized)

Marine Forces Reserve
Navy Reserve
Coast Guard Reserve
Air Force Reserve


Military Affiliation (MA):

USA - United States Army
USAR - United States Army Reserves
ARNG - Army National Guard
AUS - Army of the United States
USMC - United States Marine Corps
USMCR - United States Marine Corps Reserves

CFLFC - Canadian Forces Land Force Command (Canadian Army)
(Royal Air Force)
(Royal Canadian Navy)
RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)

BH - Deutsche Bundesheer (German Federal Army)
BM - Deutsche Bundesmarine (German Federal Navy)
BLW - Deutsche Bundesluftwaffe (German Federal Air Force)
BGS - Deutsche Bundesgrenzschutz (German Federal Border Guards)

NVA (National Volksarmee der DDR)
(Land Forces of the NVA)
(Air Forces of the NVA)
(Peoples Navy of the NVA)
(Border Troops of the DDR)


DH - Danske Haer (Royal Danish Army)
(Danish Air Force)
(Danish Navy)
(Danish Marine Corps)


BA (British Army)
RAF (British Royal Air Force)
RN (British Royal Navy)
(British Royal Marines)


Soviet Land Forces / Army
Soviet Air Forces
Soviet Air Defense Forces
Soviet Strategic Rocketry Forces
Soviet Naval Forces
Soviet Border Guard

Polish Army
Polish Air Forces
Polish Navy

AT - Armée de Terre (French Army)
(French Air Force)
(French Navy)
(French Foreign Legion)
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Military Payment Certificate (MCP) / Military Scrip denominations

AAFES Pogs: These are small plastic disks with a picture on one side, and the amount of the military payment certificate on the other.
1¢ (Red) ONE CENT
5¢ (Orange) FIVE CENTS
10¢ (Yellow) TEN CENTS
25¢ (Green) TWENTY-FIVE CENTS
50¢ (Blue) FIFTY CENTS
$1 (Indigo) ONE DOLLAR
$2 (Violet) TWO DOLLARS

AAFES Military Scrip:
$1 (Blue) ONE DOLLAR
$2 (Green) TWO DOLLARS
$5 (Orange) FIVE DOLLARS
$10 (Violet) TEN DOLLARS
$20 (Yellow) TWENTY DOLLARS
$50 (Indigo) FIFTY DOLLARS
$100 (Red) ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS

FOR USE ONLY IN UNITED STATES MILITARY ESTABLISHIMENTS BY UNITED STATES AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE RULES AND REGULATIONS


Precious metals: Gold Bullion / Coins
100 oz. bar $320000
10 oz. bar $32000
5 oz. $16000
2 oz. $6400
1 oz. $3200
1/2 oz. $1600
1/4 oz. $800
1/6 oz. $533.34
1/8 oz. $400
1/10 oz. $320
1/16 oz. $200
1/18 oz. $177.78
1/20 oz. $160


Precious metals: Silver Bullion / Coins
100 oz. bar $5000
50 oz. bar $ 2500
10 oz. bar $500
5 oz. $250
2 oz. $100
1 oz. $50
1/2 oz. $25
1/4 oz. $12.50
1/6 oz. $8.33
1/8 oz. $6.25
1/10 oz. $5
1/16 oz. $3.13
1/18 oz. $2.78
1/20 oz. $2.50
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Fuck being a hero. Do you know what you get for being a hero? Nothing! You get shot at. You get a little pat on the back, blah blah blah, attaboy! You get divorced... Your wife can't remember your last name, your kids don't want to talk to you... You get to eat a lot of meals by yourself. Trust me kid, nobody wants to be that guy. I do this because there is nobody else to do it right now. Believe me if there was somebody else to do it, I would let them do it. There's not, so I'm doing it.

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