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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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The fact file on formations

Hello ACPTR, today I am going to show you a guide to formations in cp armies and how to form them. A formation is  very important as it can either make us big (by spreading out) or really small (by bunching) also it makes us clearer and easier to see.

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Dear Cadets: New to ACP?

Welcome cadets,

If you’ve just joined the ACP – Army of Club Penguin. Then you are probably wondering what to do, or how to do it. Well here is a little guide, just for you.

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Staff Information for September

Aeropos: Starting on the 7th.

Slider: September 4th and still no activity?

Hello Staff of ACPTR.


 I am just back from work, fun time. Anyways we are just a week or two away from September. We are reopening September so we got to make sure all is prepared and that all  of you know what is going on.

  • Greet troops

     This is a job that you should be already doing, whenever you see a new member on ACP chat you greet them with a warm “hello” or “welcome” and help them with any issues they might have. Make sure they get comfortable on chat and know the basics of ACP, ex. Knowing when to attend events. We were at their level some point in time of joining, so always note that they are not going to know everything and are going to have lots of questions.

  • Make class posts

     Whenever you have finished teaching a class you got to make a post for the site reviewing all that you taught in that class. always try to take a class size picture for the post. Also remember that its got to look clean and easy to read.

  • Know what you are teaching

      You should all know the general knowing of ACP. Make sure that the Cadets know what you are talking about and make it easy for them to learn the topic. Also make sure you cover most of the general things that need to be covered for that month like History, Leadership, Tactics, etc. You want to also make sure that you are at the class.

  • Be active!

      This is a hard one for all but we got to pull through. I have been really inactive this summer and I should take much more responsibility in being more active in both ACP and ACPTR, and I will. We all got our things going on and some plans just appear last minute. So if you are going to be missing for a day or two make sure you let either me or Gar know. To contact me just send a message to my email ( crazydude156(@)ymail.com ) or on kik ( Crazydude156 ). Try your best to be active and make sure to be there at class.



So this is all that needs to be known for now, another post next week will be up for you to read so heads up *v*. Read this post of instructions/advice/Information over and over again until you know that you are ready for this September.

If you have any questions Staff, feel free to leave a comment or contact me. Goodnight all, Saturday is upon me. – Aeropos


Cadet Guide: Recruiting

Hello Cadets!

Today in a few short paragraphs we’re going to be talking about recruiting. So first off whats so important about recruiting? Well recruiting is the way we fuel our armies and improve our sizes. At the moment everyones just getting back into recruiting which means owners will be pushing for people to start recruiting more and more so this guide will get you ready for that! Theres two kinds of recruiting, chat recruiting, and CP recruiting. Chat recruiting lets you talk to one person at a time which can help you make connections whereas CP recruiting is potentially recruiting many soldiers but not actually being able to convince them to join.

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