Finale

TTP3 Index
1. Intro 5. Communication 9. Ground Vehicles
2. Basic Infantry Skills 6. Leadership 10. Air Vehicles
3. The Company 7. Battle Drills 11. Combined Arms
4. Attachments & Crew-Served Weapons 8. Tactics 12. Finale

In Closing

I hope you've enjoyed your read through the third Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures guide. The writing and revision of this edition was a monstrous and particularly enjoyable effort, and I look forward to seeing how it is applied by various communities as we collectively make our way into the full Arma 3 experience. If you know someone who's interested in this style of gaming but doesn't quite know how to learn the finer points of acting as a virtual soldier, feel free to point them this way!

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Further Actions

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The Survey

Credits

About the Author

Dslyecxi is a prior-service US Marine with an eye for gaming realism who established Shack Tactical in January of 2006. He has been involved as a consultant to the Arma series since 2006 and chronicles the gaming adventures of his Shack Tactical community on Youtube, as well as maintains a site with more information about him, his views on gaming, Shack Tactical, and a variety of other topics.

"Dslyecxi's Arma3 Tactics, Techniques, & Procedures Guide" © Dslyecxi.com 2013.

Screens of Arma 3 are used with permission of Bohemia Interactive a.s.

Arma 3 © BIS 2013

Bibliography

The Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures series has drawn inspiration from many publically released military field and reference manuals. Specifically, these include the following works by the US Military.