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Your New ACPTR Leader

Hey guys! I am Antant98 and I am the new ACPTR Leader. Right now I am currently a ACP General. I joined ACP in June 2010 and joined ACPTR after that as a cadet. ACPTR was a boost start of my ACP Career. It helped me learn lot more about CP Armies. I passed the month with an A+. After getting that great grade, I got a much higher rank than I was before. I have then gained up the ranks and came to be a General which I am today. I joined ACPTR as a staff member in February 2012. I started off as an instructor and went on to be an ACPTR Leader which I am right now. As you can see ACPTR will impact greatly on your ACPTR Career. It will help you learn more about CP Armies and Warfare and get a better rank than before. I recommend that all of you new recruits to join ACPTR.

As ACPTR Leader I will try my best of being a good leader. I will make ACPTR rise and maintain it smoothly. Also I will try to persuade the cadets to get an A+. When ACPTR had started we got a lot of A+ Graduates at the end of each month. But now everything has changed. Cadets, you guys are the future of ACP. One day you will help run ACP after we are gone. Although you have a bad rank at first, you must work your way up the ranks. Thats what I did when I joined ACP & ACPTR and look what I have achieved now. I am still not done. This is what Simmerboy, who was a former ACPTR Staff Member had to say about ACPTR. I reccommend for all of you to read of what he has to say:

The ACP’s training regiment (ACPTR) is a an honor to be a cadet in, especially if you pass. You, the cadets, will be the future mods and owners of ACP. Your hard work will pay off in faster promotions and you will be better known by people. Take it from me, I never joined ACPTR and I joined ACP a YEAR ahead of Slider, and he got to 3ic when I made it to moderator. Do not take ACPTR for granted, because it isn’t “Here I came give me a medal.” You have to put some time into events, and pass tests, and I will occasionally give a free medal or two to any soldier who has done an act of bravery (stood up for a friend, didn’t lie, told about a raid, etc.) This month is almost over and a few people will pass, and some will not. I am telling you now as a friend, if you do not pass, do NOT give up in ACPTR or ACP. Giving up is worse than failing (unless if you fail multiple times in a row). ACP needs your bravery, courage, time, and effort to stay on it’s feet and alive. Now remember, all members and staff in ACPTR must be:

  • Loyal
  • Active (I need to work on)
  • Brave
  • Members of the Army of Club Penguin
  • Ready for duty upon calling

“All wars are civil wars, because all men are brothers”

~Swimmerboy

 

I will just make ACPTR improve and nothing else. I hope all of you cadets understand why ACPTR is important and that you are the future of ACP. Don’t give up, you will gain the ranks and achieve your goals in ACP. I just hope I can be a good ACPTR Leader before I retire!

5 Responses

  1. You deserve this. Well done.

  2. EPIC, all hail your new ACPTR Leader, Antant98. *Wary* Congratz on this Ant

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