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it’s kind of sad when writing a Freelancer in Blood Gulch feels like writing a crossover fic
Hello! Well, i don't know if you can help me on my question, but, i hope so. I'm writing a history that involves a lot of things about the Army, something like the routine of the soldiers, quarters, guns, routine exercises, etc. I don't know where find this kind of information, if you have anything, i will thank you a lot.
This answer really depends on what time period you’re looking to focus on. For the modern soldier’s equipment (last 10 years-today) there is tons of information.
Wikipedia has decent entries for equipment, especially the firearms. Google M4A1, M16A2, M9, and M1911 for more information. For older equipment, your local library would be a good place. Or, contact your local American Legion. Explain you are writing a story and would like to speak with Veterans about their service. Many would be happy to share their story.
For exercises, search for Army PFT (APFT). It’s a bi-annual fitness test all soldiers need to pass. Special Forces and Rangers obviously have different fitness standards, so those need to be taken into consideration.
As far as their schedule goes, it can really vary depending on what MOS (military occupational specialty) they are in. The day of an Infantryman who is out in the field or deployed is going to be vastly different than the Quartermaster or a Cook! Just remember, it takes all of those different jobs to make the Army function. Best information about these job types? Go straight to the source.
exhibit 72936 of why the marvel vs dc argument is stupid: both let rob liefield draw actual comics for them that actual real life people bought
there are no winners here
just watched concrete try and fail to fit into this napkin holder for the past five minutes, now he’s just been standing with his front paws in it looking mad and tired
are you kidding
you named your fucking cat concrete