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    Welcome to the Army of CP Training Regiment. Founded in 2008 by Omega3, over 200 cadets have passed through the ACPTR classroom and graduated to become some of the greatest members of the ACP community. Our graduates have gone on to become some of the most influential members of the army community and members of the ACP leadership and higher command! Today the tradition endures and the ACPTR remains the premier institution for training the ACP soldiers.
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Hello cadets! Here are this months graduates. First lets review some of our great events!

Credit to  Capn Orange for the pic !

Look at that chat size at a spy lesson.

Amazing sizes up there.

That’s what I call a history lesson.

Well now here are this months graduates!

Manny85721 = B graduate. Awarded the rank of Staff Sergeant

Toughguy52 = B graduate. Awarded the rank of 2nd Lieutenant

Well now this month is over. This was a really good month. Congrats on your promotions.

Now for those who wish to join ACPTR,

ACPTR Site ——-> acptr.com

  • If you wish to you may join the ACPTR now for next month, I would very much recommend as many of our cadets got a boost in their ACP Careers here and went on to achieve great things in ACP in the future, including me. If you would like to see if this is true please click on this link:https://armyofcptrainingregiment.wordpress.com/a-graduates/
  • Also if you do join then please stay ACTIVE as most people are active at the beginning of the month and then start to become more and more inactive as the month goes on.
  • If you graduated before in the past, then you may not be allowed to join again.
  • For those of you who have sadly failed the month, may join again.

This is what Swimmerboy, who was our former ACPTR Staff Member had to say about ACPTR:

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”


What ACPTR is,

The ACPTR is an ACP Brigade devoted to the teaching Club Penguin Warfare to new recruits of the ACP. ACPTR stands for ACP Training Regiment, and is currently lead by Antant98. It was created in June 2008 by Omega39 and was originally called ABC (ACP Boot Camp). In the ACPTR, you must attend events and classes to achieve medals. At the end of each month, your medals were added up and you get a grade (A+ being the highest) and a promotion in the ACP.


If you have any questions then please go to our FAQ’s Page where hopefully all your questions will be answered. If you have not found the answer you were looking for then leave a comment on that page and we will hopefully respond to your questions within a few days if not then you can always ask a member of staff on ACP chat. If you want, you can also ask our cadets that graduated this month about their experience they had in this school.


*Credit to Antant for some of this post.

2 Responses

  1. Congratulations!

  2. Thank you,ACPTR! I had a great time here!

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