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Reports: March Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"To the German Commander, "Nuts!" The American Commander." -- Lt. General Harry W. O. Kinnard

The Allied Airborne Army has had a busy month of fighting in Heroes and Generals. In war 88, the AAA was one of the first units to march into Berlin and more recently, we've been busy protecting the British Island from being auto-resolved by the Axis. The airborne added a couple more paratroopers this month and awarded some others that have been a big asset to not only the Allied Airborne Army, but the Allies as a whole.

We have several new recruits in our Basic Training right now and we looking forward to seeing them become promising members. To our new recruits -please make sure you take some time and familiarize yourself with our Basic Training Manual. Being active and involved on both TeamSpeak and in the community for the fastest way to move through the recruitment process. To those that are interested in join the Allied Airborne Army, please feel free to fill out an Enlistment Application.

There are several games coming out on the horizon or have recently come out that are worth taking a look at. Enemy Front has a release date now set for June 10th (13th for EU), Navy Fields 2 is now available for US players and Wolfenstein: The New Order is now in beta development.

Honors Report

This last month, a few Airborne members earned their jump wings, while others earned metals and promotions. The 506th PIR picked up a few more soldiers that we are happy to introduce.

New Members


Soldiers Medal
Awarded for developing and executing an ingenious plan for a war that ensures our victory.

Jump Wings
Awarded for participating, leading on the battlefield during Airborne Operation in Heroes and Generals

Combat Report
HG-20140226-sitrepThe Allied Airborne Army and Allied Headquarters spent the earlier part of March fighting in War 88. While the Allies had the upper hand for the majority of the war, the Axis did try a breakout in the North that nearly destroyed our flank. The Allied Airborne Army along with Task Force and with earlier help from Allied HQ, were able to capture Berlin on a straight push. Read More about War 88 in our after action report.

War 89 isn't going so great for the Allies as the population pendulum shifted to heavily favoring the Axis. While the Allies are always out manned and out supplied by the Axis, some wars are just worst. However, there has been a lot of epic moments that have boosted the Allies and kept them from losing the war completely. Even this past week the Allies were able to displace several tens of thousands of Axis infantry. Countless numbers of tanks and vehicles got shipped back the Berlin.

Communication Report
Join the Allies on TeamSpeak! If you are looking for more organization and better teamwork in Heroes and Generals, get on TeamSpeak and join the Allies in the Task Force Channels.

You are also welcome to join the Allied Airborne Army on our TeamSpeak when we are around.

Join the HG Public TeamSpeak at
Join the AAA on our TeamSpeak at .

Allied Paratroopers!
We are looking for you! Sending Paratroopers to the front-lines is something that Allied Airborne Army can do all day and we have been making it a habit to get paratroopers in battle. However, we need more players with Airborne Characters to start teaming up with us and working together. We know it's tough with the current build, but if you have a para character and you want to put it to use - contact us!

Tuesday, 01 April 2014 @ 11:21:37 EDT

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Reports: After Action Report: War 88


Server Day 0: 09:21 50%

HG-20140226-sitrepWe settled at an even 50% after the initial assaults. The Axis began a heavier Northern push. Elements of the Allied Airborne Army were able to grab Hopsten Airfield early on, but was eventually displaced. This did buy time for our Main Line of Resistance (MLR) to develop deep into Holland and parts of Germany.

Twenty four hours into the war and the front line for the Allies was solid and holding. The Axis began a push towards Eindhoven which is typical since 'S-Hertogenbosch is a key territorial grab for them.

Word was put out to keep the pressure on the Axis in the North until their spirit broke or until they take Den Haag.

Allied HQ reconnaissance informed that the Allies in the South was looking weak but holding.

The EU AAA crew in conjunction with Allied HQ began to make a push in the south. Orders can to begin a focus on the South and the US crew picked up where the EU finished.

HG-20140227-sitrepAfter a few server maintenance issues and reboots - the war was back on and the Allies that stationed in the south had a great jump taking a large section of territory as the Allies approached the Southern Rhinland.

Allied HQ reported Axis strengthened up their defenses in the South and have resorted to extensive chain blocking to keep HQ at bay.

Server Day 4: 07:06 54.5%

Overall the gains in the south were significant. The EU Allies were able to encircle the Southern Axis forces and the US AAA and HQ cleaned up south stablizing the line at the same time keep the Axis forces in the North from making any considerable gains.

HG-20140228-sitrep1Allied HQ EU called for a break out of enemy defense around Mainz; capture Frankfurt AF, then go for Wetzlar and Nuremberg; cut off enemy south right of Nuremberg; advance from Wetzlar to Hopsten and destroy all axis west of Hopsten.

The US Allies began working North and middle fronts and began making progress around Roermond and Eindhoven aiming to squeeze around the middle more.

HG-20140228-sitrepThe EU plan to push North was quickly countered from the east by the Axis, so progress was slow.

Allied held their ground and AHQ and AAA closed the gaps and the US Allies came in to mop up the Axis caught behind our new MLR.

Server Day 6: 05:35 57.1%

HG-20140301-sitrepThe Allies continued the Northern push north and we took Winterswijk and the back side of the North was more in our control.

Reports from HQ stated that the deep South was well garrisoned for the Allies, at least immediately behind the frontline through most parts of this war.

EU AAA reported half empty cities behind Alzey as a juicy target for an Allied breakthrough.

Server Day 8: 09:08 55.7%

The US AAA noticed the Axis beginning an attack in the deep South and began drawing up an operation to both counter and attack the deep south.

Tuesday, 01 April 2014 @ 10:53:39 EDT

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Reports: February Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"The shortest way home is through Berlin."-- General George S. Patton

The Allies struggled in February and had anything but an 'easy go at it' in Heroes and Generals. With the struggles, there is always positive and we are keeping one eye on the horizon and other on the front-line. We have to keep an eye on the future because for the most part the present is broken in the game - to a point.

The Allied Airborne Army added a new member this month and recruit applications flow in at a steady pace. While the transition from Recruit to Private may be a long road here - safety is first and we don't want anyone hurting themselves by rushing their training.

Allies like Anssi with his Stars and Stripes newspaper, IdleCleese with his new collection of videos, have helped fuel the Allied spirit and morale. Patton has fired up the 1st Army and the German US Division have really been a huge asset to the Allies. A lot of our friends here have contributed so much into making the Allied faction a great place to belong too and as a community, the AAA is proud to be a contributing force and a positive influence in Heroes and Generals.

Friday, 28 February 2014 @ 12:50:47 EST

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Reports: January Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"Live for something rather than die for nothing."-- General George S. Patton

Nearly the entire month of January was spent fighting War 82 in Heroes and Generals. The Allied Airborne Army, along with our brothers in HQ helped turn the tides from what looked like a easy Axis victory, to a slow death for the Axis. Everyday brought new gains for the Allies and out of the ashes of war grew a respectable, funny and real newspaper called the Stars and Stripes created by fellow Ally Anssi.

Winning comes with a price and even though the Allies were out numbered in War 82; War 83 and War 84 saw twice the number of Axis in comparison to the Allies, chain blocking and the old dirty war surfacing again. Some of these issue which will be hopefully addressed in the Oyster Build of H&G. The O Build really couldn't come any sooner!

Monday, 03 February 2014 @ 14:19:13 EST

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Reports: December Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"My flanks are something for the enemy to worry about, not me. Before he finds out where my flanks are, I'll be cutting the bastard's throat."-- General George S. Patton

Happy New Year!

With another year down, the Airborne has been busy preparing it's commands for the New Year. This January marks the 12th Year of the Allied Airborne Army community and we are proud to continue to introduce new members and promote old ones within our ranks. It's been a great year for the Triple A as we continue to be one of the largest, most organized and recognizable communities among Heroes and Generals. Twelve years as a community just shows that we aren't going anywhere any time soon. We will always be a force to contend with as well as a great home and environment for adult gamers.

Heroes and Generals isn't the only title we have been playing as of late. Many in our community have taken to the skies in War Thunder as it continues to progress at a fast rate. It's free to play and we encourage new players to come try it out. ArmA 3 and Battlefield 4 are also being played and we are keeping on eye still on some great titles that look to be coming out soon like Traction Wars and Enemy Front (which is due to come out this year). Find out more about all these games by visiting our Game Talk section on the forums.

We look forward to another great year here at the AAA and we start 2014 with promotions, awards and new members!

Tuesday, 31 December 2013 @ 10:53:07 EST

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Reports: October Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"We are not retreating -- we are advancing in another direction."-- General Douglas MacArthur

The Airborne rolled hard this past month helping the Allies by pushing the Axis back into Germany during War 68 in Heroes and Generals. Leaving destroyed panzer divisions and infantry in their wake. Adding to that, several older AAA members returned to the game as well as memberships and recruitment grew throughout the month. War 68 eventually went to the Allies as a technical win (no capitols were taken). This was due to the introduction of the new Manstein build for H&G. The new build introduced a new Mountain Town Map along with Fog of War for the tactical campaign. With a combination of an overloaded Axis faction (in some cases they out number the Allies 2 to 1), and the introduction of the Fog of War, War 69 isn't going well for the Allies. As of current, London is surrounded.

Several members of the AAA jumped into War Thunder this past month. It looks like a promising direction for gamers that enjoy either realistic flight sims or casual gaming. Expect more from the AAA with War Thunder throughout November.

Friday, 01 November 2013 @ 21:08:43 EDT

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Reports: September Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. He won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country."-- General George S. Patton, Jr

With another month down and Autumn upon us, the men of the Allied Airborne Army are grinding it out on the frontlines of Heroes and Generals. This past month, Heroes and Generals release the news beta build 'Leeb' which introduced M-26 Pershings to the front lines for the Allies along with a new armor system. Overall, it's one of the better builds, but since the release of the Jefferson Build back in July, anything would have brought an improvement to HnG. However, this hasn't chased away our activity which is good. Recruitment has picked up in the AAA and we are looking to add some new members. Let's start there with the Members report.

Tuesday, 01 October 2013 @ 13:18:19 EDT

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Reports: August's Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"Goddam it, you'll never get the Purple Heart hiding in a foxhole! Follow me"-- Captain Henry P. Jim Crowe

"Day 40, and we've beaten the Axis off of English Island.... again..."

For the entire month of August, the Axis and Allies have been grinding it out along the French and British coastline. This is perhaps, the longest war in Heroes and Generals? Activity among the Allies, Allied HQ and here at the Allied Airborne Army has been steadily picking up now that the Summer months are waning down and soldiers return from leave.

Growth in WWII genre shooters have itself began to take a notice shift towards the mainstream. Heroes and Generals is really starting to take shape and become one of the most unique games overall by combining First-person shooter and Real-time strategy in a Massively multiplayer online system. Also on the Horizon is Enemy Front, Traction Wars, Festung Europe, IL-2 Sturmovik: Battle of Stalingrad, Navy Fields 2 and there are probably a few more we are failing to mention. When Call of Duty, Battlefield and Medal of Honor left the WWII genre, they left a lot of fans behind. We can only feel a sense of pride that developers and gamers have raised the torch and carried WWII gaming into the future.

Saturday, 31 August 2013 @ 00:00:00 EDT

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Reports: July's Monthly Report

Monthly Report

"“People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf.”-- George Orwell

July has been a quiet month around the Allied Airborne Army but there are a couple reasons for this. First, it's Summertime!! Many players got off the computer, gone on vacation, or just simply enjoying the weather while there is a chance too. That's a good thing and it should be embraced! Second is the Jefferson Build for Heores and Generals. Jefferson hit and with it, a flood of changes and bugs which is adding some frustration to the game's player base. "Hey look! It's nice outside!" See how this works.

With that said, let's jump into the combat report.

Thursday, 01 August 2013 @ 00:00:00 EDT

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Community: AAA Heroes and General Videos

The Allies invading a mountain town in Heroes and Generals. The Allied Airborne Army, Allied HQ and the Allied Task Force team up and take the town.

For over a year and through several builds of Heroes and Generals, the Allied Airborne Army has been active and creating videos. Here is the past year's collection.

Allied Airborne Army in Heroes and Generals

Airfield Assault
Guderian Build
Felber Build
Eisenhower Build

Wednesday, 31 July 2013 @ 10:50:07 EDT

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