How old are you?: 22
What are your expectations to Command?:
I expect command to be able to lead an operation in a clear and concise manner, prioritising the life off deployed personnel on ground and making strategic decisions to ensure military success and risk reduction.
I also expect Command to be actively engaging with personnel at all levels, making themselves available for any issues that may arise to ensure that all areas of the army are operating to maximum efficiency. I expect Command to hold no bias towards any soldier, and make decisions regarding ranks in a logical capacity.
Time on server: 1 year+
Name & Ingame name: CT 1049 Snoop
Experience: Grand Admiral, Field Marshal, Air Marshal, Commander, EVO Trooper Corporal
Are you aware that if you are inactive for more than 4 days you will be demoted from Command?: Yes
Are you active?: Yes, I will be - i just bought a new PC. Admittedly haven't been as active in the past.
In your eyes what does Command do?: My expectations above clearly outline what I expect Command to do.
What would you do during the event of an ambush?: Depending on the location in which the ambush takes place, my first priority is repelling the enemy forces and ensuring casualties to my deployed units is at a minimum. I will assess what current units are available, and dispatch troopers to defend key areas/objectives at the base and or location of operation. First point of protocol is to establish a defensive formation, and slowly increase our defensive perimeter as we repel enemy forces. Once we manage to deplete the enemy combatants, my next point of action would be to launch a counter-attack with maximum forces available, to fight off the enemy forces whilst they are ill-equipped and underprepared. Once successful, the remaining perimeter shall be swept, searched, and I will report the ambush to my senior officer. Going forward, analytics of the ambush can be used to get our units into a better position should a similar situation happen again.
What would you do if a Sith has been spotted during the mission?: As I am a Clone Trooper I have had a very limited exposure to sith and lightsaber wielding entities in my professional career. Should we come across a Sith, any units at risk of being eliminated in close-quarters combat will be told to fall back or evacuate the area this hostile was spotted, whilst still defending key objectives.
I would then proceed to make our jedi comrade aware of this sighting, and request immediate assistance from the order. If there are no jedi available, I will use whatever mechanised equipment available such as TX-130, AT-TE's and even ships to overpower the sith and cover a large area faster.
Where would you place the different units during a attack on a hostile Base?: I am strong believer that each regiment must be utilised correctly to their purpose. During an attack on a hostile base, I would commence it with heavy artillary, tanks and 212th at the front as heavy frontline, clearing the way for the other frontline forces to enter and take point, such as 501st and 21st. As 21st is a specialised regiment for terranous warfare, I will try to spread them out across the objective, and have them flank from each side, covering the frontline infantry (212th & 501st) as they enter.
Specialist units such as ARC and Republic Commando will be utilised to scout the base for any intelligence, and even attempt to go deep behind enemy lines to cut the head off the enemy. If there are any covert intel collections required by High Command, I will ensure to utilise special forces for this as as seperate objective.