Generation Kill JumpChain.pdf

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G You're shipping out with the U.S. Marine Corps' 1st Reconnaissance Battalion, Bravo Company, 2nd Platoon for Operation Iraqi Freedom aka Gulf War II. You'll insert at the commencement of Operation Iraqi Freedom (20 March 2003), spend the next 8 years, 9 months and 2 weeks on military duty in Iraq until the Iraq War finishes, and then get the last year and 3 months(-ish) on leave. Bravo Company’s a bunch of cocky motherfuckers, and now they’ve got a journalist attached to them for their mission and it’s a long way to Baghdad. Stay frosty, and don’t waste your bullets on Bravo Three’s commander. You have +1000 Charlie Points.
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L Age: 16+3d8. Free gender swap to male, but if you think you can handle it, stay as you are. You won't be rolling for location you're definitely going along with these guys into Iraq, starting at the Forward Staging Area in Kuwait. That said, you do get to pick whose Humvee to ride in. Hitman 1 Sergeant “Iceman” Colbert, Corporal Person, Lance Corporal Trombley, Corporal Hasser and Evan Wright, a Rolling Stones journalist. Hitman 2 Sergeant "Poke" Espera, Corporal Lilley, Corporal Christopher, Corporal Leon & Corporal "Gabe" Garza. Hitman 3 Sergeant "Pappy" Patrick, Sergeant Rudy "Fruity" Reyes, Corporal Chaffin, Sergeant "Budweiser" Brunmeier & Corporal "Manimal" Jacks. Hitman 4 The command vehicle First Lieutenant “Nate” Fick, Gunnery Sergeant "Gunny" Wynn, Corporal "Q-Tip" Stafford & Private First Class Christeson. Hitman 5 Sergeant Steven Lovell, Sergeant "Shady B" Baptista, Corpsman 2nd Class “Doc" Bryan, Corporal "T" Holsey & Corporal Stinetorf. Hitman 6/7 Jumper's team See Companion Options You're in an additional team in Bravo Company, and that team is made of a new bunch of fuck-ups (the best kind of Marines!). Godfather Battalion Command You get to ride with the command staff. Usually only Officers are here, but maybe you work the radio or read maps or something.
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O Embedded Civilian Free (Drop In Option) You're a civilian attached to the unit for some reason. You might be a journalist documenting the Marines' push into Iraq, or a translator, or maybe some kind of intelligence operative. You may optionally have no extra personality, dropping straight in as you are . Battalion command still has paperwork saying you re attached to Bravo Company. Grunt - Free You're a fucking Marine in Force Recon. Do as you're ordered and don't get shot. Sarge - 100cp You have command of a team of Marines - a Humvee’s worth, exactly, and maybe an attached civilian. The problem is, if they fuck up so bad an Officer hears about it, it means you fucked up too. Officer - 200cp You're much higher up the chain a Lieutenant, a Captain or Major under Lieutenant Colonel Ferrando’s (Godfather's) command. P Boot Camp Free All You've passed Boot Camp and the general fitness requirements for military service. You’ve been taught how to do your job. In the case of civilians, you meet the basic health requirements to be embedded with an active unit you’re not going to fall over.
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  • Fall '13
  • ProfessorChampolllion
  • United States Marine Corps, Non-commissioned officer, Hitman, Agent 47, Hitman: Contracts

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