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I’m Back

      After two years of retirement from the ACP and as an ACPTR leader, I, Simply Leave, am returning as an instructor for the ACP Training Regiment. Although only a few from the site remember me, I hope I can refresh your memory and allow the new staff members to understand my story. I find it important that you, as staff, know of other’s experiences and mistakes so that you can be sure to have a better guideline as to what makes a great staff member here at ACPTR.

      I don’t remember a lot of my ACP career, as its been almost two years and I haven’t even given it a thought until recently. However, allow me to start from the beginning. I joined the ACP sometime in the year of 2009. I’m not going to lie, I was a little kid back then, and I found out about it through watching a battle that ACP was having. I had always seen these green colored penguins chanting ACP all the time, and truly did not understand it in the least. Finally, I decided to check it out online, and soon I became fascinated by it. I immediately signed up, and became a member of the greatest CP army ever. It was then that I was devoted to this program, club, whatever it was, and I knew I was going to give it my all.

      I know a lot of people say this, but I truly did rise through the ranks fast. It was incredible, really. After enrolling in the ACPTR, and being the only one in my class to get an A+, I knew I wanted to not only be taught there, but to teach. Antant98, former ACPTR and ACP leader, really reached out to me while I was a cadet in ACPTR. I owe him my career to his kindness, and he is the reason I became anything in this amazing community. Ant had created a revolutionary staff rank known as intern (which should be implemented again shortly) that, in a way, allowed lower ranked soldiers to learn under instructors and become more responsible instructors, which ACPTR seems to be lacking now. I became an intern and Ant and I would always talk about our future. His goal was to become an ACP 3ic, and mine was to become ACPTR leader. When he became ACPTR co-leader, he made me an instructor, and soon after he got leader and I became a co-leader. One of the most enjoyable times of my career were planning the future of ACPTR with Ant. I was so excited to become leader… but then…camp.

      Camp destroyed my career. I had become leader of the ACPTR in the most inconvenient time for me. I had to and still do go to camp during the summer for weeks where there is no internet. I did not want to be known as an inactive and irresponsible leader, so I did the smart thing and retired. However, after that, it left me so discouraged that I couldn’t make myself rejoin anything in the ACP, so I retired altogether..until now. I still have camp until about mid-August, but I so very desperately want to remain as an instructor. There are things I have planned for this place, and hopefully someday I’ll be able to put them in place.

      Furthermore, I was no leader of significance. I wasn’t remembered well besides those who were really close to me. I appreciate Ant’s help to motivate me to become an instructor again very deeply, and once again, without him I don’t know where I’d be. I hope to change my past and leave my mark in history for the better. So in the end, ACPTR, I want to see a better move forward. What I’m seeing does not jog my memory of the old regiment at all. I hope that the intern rank will change the inactive staff to be great, experienced instructors. And to Gar, I hope that firing all of the staff helps, I believe it will, especially if the intern rank is returned back when you hire all of the new staff.

~Simply Leave

P.S. I will not be active until mid-August or so. I truly have no choice in the matter, it simply is what it is. I want Aero and Gar to understand that.

One Response

  1. Nice intro Simply! Take note Staff and Cadets that this man has been in ACP for many years and has a lot of expierience to share. Also fun fact is that I was a ACPTR Cadet when he was Co Leader back in 2012 :).

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