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The Royal Canadian Armored Force is recruiting


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MeodreadKV #1 Posted Mar 25 2013 - 05:18

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2 clan outfit consisting of _RCAF and RCAF_

_RCAF is a clan wars clan, currently controlling 4 territories in Western Africa.  Aimed at mature players who are looking for clan wars action, have a tier 9+ tank or tier 7+ artillery, a 60 day WN7 rating of 900 or close to and a solid grasp of the English Language.  

RCAF_ is at this time a none clan wars clan, focusing on platooning, tank companies and all around training.  It uses the same website and TS server as _RCAF and uses our clan wars division as a resource for training. A tier 5+ tank is required to join along with Teamspeak and a firm grasp of the English language.

We use Teamspeak and have a website up and running.  Website: http://rcaf.x10.mx/ and TS: toronto.clanwarz.com:1109.

Despite the name we are a muti-national clan with players in Canada, the US, Australia and New Zealand.  We are a slightly more mature clan than most, with our members generally in the 30-50 bracket and have a large number of former and serving military men.

Leave a post here if you have questions or contact me via PM or in-game message.

Happy tanking!

Edited by MeodreadKV, Mar 25 2013 - 17:05.


ysoignorant #2 Posted Mar 25 2013 - 05:22

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You're still Royal Canadian Air Force to me. Should've picked RCAC.

MeodreadKV #3 Posted Mar 25 2013 - 05:30

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View Postysoignorant, on Mar 25 2013 - 05:22, said:

You're still Royal Canadian Air Force to me. Should've picked RCAC.

was taken when we formed and well theres history to the name now so its staying

But yes in hindsight it was a poor choice in short form