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  1. I am going to have to +1 this appeal. The evidence doesn't prove that you are hacking. You weren't blatantly locking on to someone across the map. In most cases you heard gun shots and footsteps to tell where someone was coming from. I will go through some of the clips that I think the staff team thought you were hacking, and I'll give my take. 1st: The clip where you jump over the well and look in it. I think this was just a pure coincidence that North's cloaked body was there. I don't know this map, so I don't know if the well is used in war. 2nd: The clip where you kill shadow in tali town. There are a couple of things that could of occurred here. The first theory is that you heard him shot his sniper. I don't know if he was the one shooting but the shot itself could be a reason to check that area. The second reason is that you might have thought he had a tac in tali town. You killed him @ 50 sec. Then you made your way up to the top of the building. I think you either heard him walking around the building, or he shot and then you knew he had a tac there because there its unlikely that someone can go from spawn to the back of tali without getting shot or noticed in a min. You then killed him and then you know he is going to re spawn when his body disappears. Because this clip is in 3rd person and we can't see what you see, when you shot at him behind the wall, you either got a call out from the teammate behind you, you heard him shot, or you saw him. Once you got the info to check that area, you proceeded to push and you were probably 90% sure that he was behind that wall because he probably didn't make it all the way across and that's the only place he could really go. Then there is stuff that isn't related to this ban. You get a normal sniper kill and some other normal kills. 3rd: The clip where you kill PVT Armor. Like I said I don't know this map to well so I don't know if you saw him through the window. I wish there was a way to see your actual POV, but I think that maybe either you saw him though a window or you receive a call out from your teammate. This doesn't prove that you were wall hacking. When you pushed up to that corner you can see his gun sticking out. So maybe you thought he was over there and then when you saw the barrel you knew he was there. 4th: The clip where you killed Flax. This is a pretty standard kill. You originally killed Shadow in that direction which could allow you to think that there could be more than one player there because the server encourages players to stick together. This wasn't the case but you knew that US was pushed up and checking corners is what experience players do. So once you killed Armor, you looked the other direction and checked if there were more US players. If you were wall hacking, you probably would of played more passively. You wouldn't be out in the open when you know that a player was pushing that area. You didn't pre fire or pre ADS. You were simply checking the area. 5th: The clip where you killed Flax (the second time). We can see that Flax pushed the building because we saw his leg. I don't know if you saw this but from your reaction that's what I assumed. It looks like when he peaked, he had just placed the tac so I don't know if you heard that and then based of that pushed or if you were just playing aggressive. 6th: The clip when you killed Shadow and Armor. You just re spawned and you knew that both of them were probably going to push based of past encounters. You heard Shadow pushing up at the building you were at, so you knew he was close. After that, you knew Armor was with Shadow based of your previous life, so you knew he might be close ( and maybe you heard his footsteps). I could give my input on he reset of his kills but I think you guys get my point. Due to the way this evidence was recorded, the fact that we can't see his POV, there is no way that you can say he is 100% hacking. Classified is an experienced player, and he knows how to play the game. I also know he is a minge and tbh I thought he could be annoying at sometimes. But I hate seeing people being PERMA banned for evidence that doesn't prove anything. I hope this issue and all the other false bans can be resolved ASAP. P.S In the original ban appeal, North said that at 11:30 that there was no doubt in his mine that you were hacking. This is doesn't make any sense because you can clearly see jusyboi in the bottom left corner of the window. Then classified pushes up and can hear him moving around so he knows where in the building he is. I don't understand how North doesn't see that nor understand that. Also, Classified, hit me up and we can play some games -Spencer
  2. Steam Name: Spencer Ingame Name: RU PVT Spencer SteamID: STEAM_0:1:154510962 Ban Length: Perma Admin that Banned you: Scheffer Reason for Ban: Hacking Dispute: I got banned from MRP for hacking for about five months ago. I made an appeal and it got denied at the time. Scheffer talked to me in teamspeak and said that there was no way I was legit. He even said that my tracking was better than Shrouds and that I didn't miss a single shot. The reason this doesn't make any sense is because the evidence that he provided didn't prove anything. Every person that I talked to about the evidence he provided said that its the worst way to prove someone is hacking. You can't ban anyone of a suspicion. I have even talked to people within the community that have agreed with me. And I think at the time that this happened, certain people were afraid to support my side since I wasn't a part of this community anymore. Scheffer also mention that multiple SMT members (at the time) had agreed with him. Learning this pissed me off. I was so confused that so many people actually believed that I was hacking based of the evidence. There is no way that the evidence provided by Scheffer proved 100% that I was hacking. Since I was pissed, I made a mistake and got on my alt to play on the server. I wanted to prove to everyone that I can still hit the shots I was hitting while I recorded my game play along with a mouse cam. Well, some people found out that it was me and told me that they wouldn't tell anyone that it was me. Turns out, SMT found out somehow and my appeal got denied. At that point I lost faith in the MRP staff team and decided to give up. Fast forward to two days ago, some people hit me up that I used to play with back in the day and asked me to help revive the server. Even though I was banned and still mad at how things were handled, there was something in me that wanted to help. Old memories of GL MRP moments came back to me and I was reminded of all the fun we used to have. I asked one of the SMT members if I could put up another ban appeal now that Scheffer has retired and see if you guys would give me a second chance. I think I can help bring back this server with the experience I have acquired over the months. I definitely handled the last appeal badly, and that is due to my emotions getting the best of me so I hope you guys can forgive me. I'll link the first ban appeal, so you guys can look at the evidence with fresh eyes. Please leave your honest feedback.
  3. Spencer

    Appeal My Permaban

    Instead of making multiple comments, I'm going to make a general statement. Today I was permabanned from Gaminglight MilitaryRP server. Let me give you some background about myself. I have been playing FPS games for as long as I could remember. I played CSGO competitively for 3 years. I got into BR's about two years ago playing H1Z1, PUBG, Fortnite, and Apex. I enjoy playing FPS games and I would consider myself I pretty decent player. I joined the Gaminglight community about a year ago. I started off grinding the ranks like any other player and found that I was having a lot of fun playing Mil. I applied for staff after a month of playing and started to rise in the ranks on the staff team. I also started playing in StarwarsRP as well, getting all they way up to BG. After being a part of the gaminglight community for a couple months, my passion to get on started to fade. Like I said in my resignation post, it started to feel like a job more than a hobbie. I lost the drive to get on and play Mil. So I decided to leave and focus on school and other activities. A couple months passed and I was curious about the Mil server and decided to get back on to see what was going on. As soon as I login in and played my first war, that passion came back. I was having a lot of fun and it was cool to see some of the players still playing before I quit. I loved that they went back to the map that I started on. I liked the changes they made to weapons. I was starting to enjoy playing. Today, 2-28-19, I got on like any other day and started to play like normal. I was playing the exact way I played since I started playing. My shot was on and I was fraging out like normal. I heard over the radio that people were complaining that I was killing them too fast, which felt good. It felt good because I knew that people were recognizing my skill. I would of never thought that this would of caused me to get permabanned. After the last TDM war I played finished, I alt tabbed to watch a YouTube video. I tabbed back in to see how much time I had left before next war, and I got a messaged saying that I had been permabanned. At first I thought this was a joke or a mistake. So I went into the TS to talk to whoever banned me and Scheffer explained to me that he and several others had concluded that I was hacking. This obviously came to a shock to me because I wasn't expecting multiple people to honestly believe that I was hacking. I made this forum post and awaited staff to post the proof. Staff posted the video, which I really encourage you to watch, and was really confused. Here is why I was confused: 1. The clip is in third person. I know there is a red bar to see where i'm looking, but when I am not scoped, I could be looking anywhere on the screen. It doesn't have to be right where the line is pointing. 2. The clip shows only 5 kills. When I was talking to staff, they made it out to seem like I was killing 10-15 people back to back. In this clip, you will see me missing shots and dying. 3. Some people were talking about how I was snapping on to people instantly and only hitting heads. Here is what I have to say about this. a. When people are standing still, it's extremely easy to hit them in the head (ask any FPS gamer). b. I know that people are there because when people spawn, there are not a lot of places they can go. US base isn't that big so it's easy to predict where people are going to run. c. Sometimes I see someone go behind a wall so I know where they are. When they peek, I already know where they can be and it's easy to get a shot off. d. When I am not scoped in, it can seem like middle of the screen is right where someone is. This doesn't mean I have walls and tracking people through walls. It could just mean that there is someone standing there and I happen to be looking there. It could just mean I am waiting for people to push out of base. e. There are multiple times when I hit people in the body. People have claimed that I "snap" onto someones head. In the video, I can't see me snapping onto someones head. This is last thing I will say. I hate being accused of something that isn't true. Like I said before, I would considered myself I decent FPS player. I have learned over the years on how to aim and how to be accurate. I personally don't think the video proves that I am hacking. I would encourage everyone reading this one to watch the video that staff posted and determined if that is enough proof to PERMABAN me. P.S. If someone sees something in the video that seems suspicious, I would love to talk you in TS or discord and try to explain why it's legit and not hacking.
  4. Steam Name: SpencerW Ingame Name: RU PVT Spencer SteamID: https://steamcommunity.com/id/SpencerW/ Ban Length: Permaban Admin that Banned you: Scheffer Reason for Ban: Hacking Dispute: I have never hacked in GMod. I was alt tabbed watching YouTube and then when I tapped back in, I was Permabanned for hacking. No one talked to me at all so...
  5. Going to make this short and sweet Well boys, it's been fun. It's my time to step down from my positions on GamingLight and move on to something new. Even though I haven't been a part of this community for that long, it's feels a lot longer than 2 months. Before I joined the server, I was struggling to find a good game to play. Then my friend suggested we buy GMod and try out a MilRP server (had no idea what that was at the time). After my first day on the server, I was addicted. I got on everyday and tried my best to rise the ranks. Everyday I would learn more and more things about MilRP and started interacting with other people in the community. I was having a lot of fun. Fast forward a month and half, getting on the server was becoming less appealing. Getting on and going to war with nothing new, got very stale and boring. Instead of saying, "I want to get on the server", it was starting to become, "I need to get on the server." That being said, GamingLight is probably the best community that I have been a part of. I want to thank all of you for making my time on the server the best it could possible be. I hope that the connections that I have made can continue after today. See you guys on the other side. Special thanks to: Reborn, Arnold, Awg, Rook, Matricies, Scoot, LtRDM, Kilo, Repa, Jesss, Midget, L00L, Xtatic, Krimson. You guys have been great friends and I hope to see you guys around. -RUAF VCMDR CSI DSCOL Spencer
  6. PUBG didn't kill H1Z1. If anyone wants to debate this topic, bring it
  7. Ingame Name: RUAF VCMDR CSI DSCOL Spencer Job Name: Assault Specialist Server: MilitaryRP Players SteamID you want added to the job: STEAM_0:1:154510962 The person that Paid SteamID: STEAM_0:1:154510962 The class is currently full so I'm also paying the fee to have this person removed (which was approved by Reborn) This is the steam ID that needs to be removed: STEAM_0:1:105049949
  8. Spencer

    ADF Sims

    Hey guys! I was thinking that we could start running some simulations for our ADF operators. It's kind of boring just sitting in base during peace time and this would give us something to do. I would love to get your guys input on the idea. Thanks! -RUAF VCMDR CSI DSCOL Spencer
  9. Thanks for recording this!
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  12. Title: "Name"RU ADF Application" If your title is not correct you will NOT be Accepted! Please do not forget to add a Poll on your post, or it will be denied! Poll: Should I be a RU ADF Operator? Yes or No (make a poll by hovering your mouse next to "Content" ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1.What Is Your In-game Name: 2.What Is Your Rank?(CMSGT+): 3.Who Would Like To See You As An ADF Operator?(Two Officer's): 4.Why Should We Trust You With Being an ADF Operator?(This Is A Special Force In The RU): 5.Why Do You Want To Be An ADF Operator (30-50 Words Min): 6.What Is Your Timezone?: 7.How Often Can You Be On?(How many days/hours a week): 8.How many warns do you have?(Can be checked by !Warns): 9.Do you have any strikes?(If you do, then what for?): 10.Are you active on the Teamspeak? (Required): --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ^Copy Above Format And Post Application In The RU Airforce Forum.^ The Minimum Requirements to apply for ADF is CMSGT. DO NOT ASK PEOPLE TO LOOK AT YOUR APPLICATION!, IF YOU ARE CAUGHT YOU WILL BE DENIED! We Will Find You! ADF Applications will sit for at least 3 days before accept/denial unless otherwise specified by the Commanders. "I do solemnly swear that I will support and defend the Motherland of the Russia against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey t h e o r d e r s of Putin Vladimir and t h e o r d e r s of those appointed over me” - RU Air Force ADF Orginially posted by Matricies. Need to re-post it so Jesssy and I can edit it due to Matrices promotion to BG.
  13. Russian Air force - 177th Aviation Unit Informational Updated Sections: 177th Fighter OP and Training Special Thanks and Inspiration from: Major General Awg Leaders: 177th Regiment Chief: Spencer 177th Regiment Assistant Chief: Jesssy Purpose: The purpose of the 177th Aviation Unit is to provide support to the Russian Army by giving call outs to enemy aircraft, quick transport across the battlefield and counter enemy aircraft encountered in the field. Ranking System: Enlisted: Recruit (177th RCT) - Starting 177th Rank Sergeant (177th SGT) - Junior NCO, assists with recruits Starshina (177th SH) - Senior NCO, head of enlisted ranks Officers: Kursant (177th KT) - Junior Officers who can lead enlisted and execute Training for 177th pilots. Can give PTL for helicopter pilots with good reason Senior Lieutenant (177th SL) - Senior Officers. Can promote to KT and Hold 177th recruitment training. Can also be AFI Certified Command: Assistant Chief (177th AChief) - Can promote to SL Chief (177th Chief) - Can Promote to AChief, Responsible for entire 177th Requirements to Join: Must be a MSGT+ in Russian Airforce Must be Helicopter pilot Certified Must have basic to intermediate level WAC experience No active strikes due to behavior You Must be in teamspeak to join You can join this regiment by asking a SL+ to evaluate and train you or wait until they hold tryouts for the regiment. You do not need to do an application Requirements to Join 177th Command: Must be an SL in 177th and at least 2LT+ in RUAF (Except for the beginning of 177th) Must have Intermediate to Advanced level WAC experience Able to handle an entire regiment of pilots Active in Teamspeak You must fill out the application format below Application for 177th Assistant Chief: Application Title: Name's 177th Assistant Chief Application 1. What is your Ingame name?: 2. What is your ingame rank in RUAF and 177th?: 3. Recommendations from 2 Officers (2LT+ who are not the 177th Chief): 4. Why do you feel that you should be selected to be the next 177th Assistant Chief?: 5. What qualities do you have that you think make you the best choice for 177th Assistant Chief?: 6. As 177th Assistant Chief, you will be responsible for co-managing an entire regiment. Are you able to make this commitment?: 7. How often can you be on and what is your timezone? (Explain any circumstances here that may impede your activity): 8. Anything else you would like to explain here: You must also have a POLL in your application with the question, Should I be Assistant Chief of 177th? If you do not know how to make your post with a poll ASK FOR HELP. Do not respond to your application unless it is to respond to your chief or commander asking you to fix something. Operating Procedures for 177th Transport Unit: All 177th transport units are to be responsible for helping transport troops across the battlefield in a timely manner however, we are not ignorant to the short resources we have as there are only 2 basic helicopter pilot slots and only 2 helicopters can be spawned on any one side at a time. If there is a need to helicopter transport and there is no one on it, your primary responsibility as 177th is to be that transport. - All 177th should help with transport when needed - If the helicopter slots are taken up, you can use your donor role if you have one. - Always be in radio communications to coordinate with troops - If no one needs helicopter transport, you can act as an eye in the sky but do not put yourself at risk if not needed (EX: Hovering over Warehouse) - Always Listen to higher ups unless they are breaking rules - 177th KT+ have the ability to leave base without PTL and give PTL to helicopter pilots (But must inform fellow RU through advert) - 177th KT+ may ground helicopter pilots who they are higher then in both 177th and RUAF. Training Procedures for 177th Transport Unit (SL+): - Review Recruit Flight skills (must be at a basic/intermediate level) or reject - Confirm that they are in Teamspeak or reject - Review about key spots to spawn helicopters for transport - Review take off and landing procedures - Teach about how to utilize radio comms to the best effect - Train in weaving through objectives and when to take different routes - Train in evasion of enemy attack helicopters, tanks and stingers - Train in good paradropping technique and landing in the field - Train in synchronized take off and landing with a 2nd transport helicopter - Train and review helicopter expense and when to repair/retreat to avoid destruction Operating Procedures for 177th Fighter Unit (Donor Only): - The 177th Fighter Unit is a the offensive side of the 177th, featuring attack helicopters and planes. Members on this end of the 177th Regiment are responsible for countering enemy aircraft, eliminating ground threats and coordinating with transports to ensure safe arrival of troops. - You can only join the Fighter Unit if you are at least a [T3] Donor, as the [T1] Plane is insufficient for air combat. - It is expected that when enemy aircraft are a problem that the 177th Fighter units get on attack helicopter/plane roles and deal with the threats. If not, you are to be supporting ground troops at objectives. - Always Listen to higher ups unless they are breaking rules - 177th KT+ have the ability to leave base without PTL and give PTL to helicopter pilots (But must inform fellow RU through advert) - 177th KT+ may ground helicopter pilots who they are higher then in both 177th and RUAF. Training Procedures for 177th Fighter Unit (SL+ and Donor Only): - Confirm that they are in the TS - Confirm basic to intermediate helicopter pilot skills - Review Landing and Take off procedures - Review Attack Helicopter and Fighter Plane Weaponry - Review proper radio communication - Train in Pilot and Co-pilot control of attack helicopters - Train in Single Pilot control of attack helicopters/planes - Train in Target Priority (Aircraft First, Ground Targets Second. Osprey is different) - Review aircraft expenses and retreat/repair times Promotions, Demotions and Resignations: - 177th Recruit through 177th SH have 3 day cooldowns on promotions - 177th KT to Achief have 1 week cooldowns on promotions - Achief Applications are to be accepted by the 177th Chief (Or RUAF Commanders if the Chief is unavaliable/unable) - Achief can only be promoted to Chief by the RUAF Commanders. - 177th SL+ may warn and/or demote lower ranks but only the Chief and Assistant Chief can completely remove someone and must be consulted if issues are occuring to resolve them. - If someone is promoted or demoted, the RUAF Commanders must see a promotion form for airforce but with 177th ranks. SL+ will get access to the password for this form. - To resign from 177th, you must be apart of the regiment for a week. Otherwise you will be blacklisted. - Once you resign, you must wait a week to re-tryout. - The RUAF Commander/Vice Commander may overwrite decisions as they oversee the entire branch and its regiments but it is recommended to consult with the 177th Chief/Achief to make sure communication is clear. Remember, helicopter training will always take time, it requires constant training to improve and may take time to finish. NEVER SKIP OUT ON PORTIONS OF TRAINING UNLESS YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY SURE THEY KNOW IT. This document can be changed at will so please pay attention to updates concerning the 177th Aviation Regiment Informational. Thank you Awg for the inspiration behind this informational. We wanted to re-post this so Jesssy and I could edit this if we needed to due to Matrices becoming BG.
  14. Name: 327th AAL BXO Spencer 5467 SteamID: STEAM_0:1:154510962 Rank (Must be VCMDR+): VCMDR Why do you want to be a general?: I want to become a general because I love to lead people. Every since I have joined the server, it has been my goal to teach new players the basics on SWRP. During my time in the 327th, I have seen it grow to becom one of the biggest battalions on the server. Witnessing this has inspired me to teach and lead more. I want to continue to rise in the ranks and take on more responsibility as a leader, and I feel like I'm prepared for it. When I'm given a task, I complete it to the best of my ability. I take orders seriously and respect the serious role play. In difficult situations, I don't try to rush to a resolution. I use my peers around me for assistance to come to the best conclusion. That's what I love about this community. We all work together when their a choice to be made. I know that if I become a general, that I will not look at it as only a power gain but also a responsibly gain. I would use the power to make the experience for new players and veteran players the best it can be. Why should you be trusted to hold this rank?: For me being a part of this community for only two months, I feel like I have a pretty good reputation. If you ask anyone that knows me, they will say that I'm pretty decent guy. I know when it's okay to have fun and when it's time to be serious. Minging is something that I try to stay far away from. Being a Vice Commander on MilRP and SWRP has taught me many things on how to be someone that can be a resource for others. I am also part of the staff team and don't have any warns or strikes on SWRP. Because I am kind of new to this community, I know that I have to earn this trust and I will work very hard to do so. How often can you be online?: Everyday after my classes are over How many warnings do you have on SWRP?: I have zero warns on SWRP
  15. Thanks for responding even though its only for CMSGT+