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In America's Army: Special Forces, players attempt to earn
Green Beret status by completing individual and collective training
missions drawn from the Special Forces Assignment and Selection (SFAS)
Players who complete the SFAS process have the opportunity to take
on elite Special Forces roles and are qualified to play in
multiplayer missions with units ranging from the elite 82d Airborne
Division to the 75th Ranger Regiment.
Authentic U.S. Army experience — Realistic
depiction of the values, units, equipment and career opportunities
that make the Army the world’s premier land force—continually
updated to incorporate new occupations, units, technologies and
Realistic roles — Including Weapons Specialist
(18B), Intelligence (18F), Engineer (18C), Communications (18E) and
Combat Medic (18D).
Challenging Green Beret training — Complete
training missions drawn from the SFAS process at Fort Bragg.
Successfully complete SFAS and advance to Special Forces
Qualification Course (Q-Course) missions to explore new Special
Intense Special Forces action — Intense Special
Forces action — Experience multiplayer missions in simulated combat
combat environments. Take part in missions that span the
capabilities of a Special Forces detachment, including
unconventional warfare, direct action, surveillance and
reconnaissance and Combat Search and Rescue.
Detailed Special Forces equipment and military hardware
— Building on the equipment available in America’s Army:
Operations, America’s Army: Special Forces adds the M4
Carbine featuring the Picatinny rail mod system for attaching
laser-aiming devices and sighting systems; the MP5SD6 Remington 870
shotgun for forced entry; the AT4, a shoulder-fired anti-tank rocket
and the BDM, a shoulder-fired bunker demolition munition.
Accurate Soldier behavior — Players are bound by
the laws of land warfare, Army values (honor, duty and integrity)
and realistic rules of engagement as they navigate challenges in
teamwork-based multiplayer force vs. force operations. Mission
accomplishment standings are evaluated based on team effort and
adherence to a set of values and norms of conduct.