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About SgtSullyNZ

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  • Birthday 11/18/1967
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    Upper Hutt, New Zealand
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    Cosplay, Chess, Basketball, History, Strategy and Role Playing Games, Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. Enjoy exercising the body and the mind, and service to community and country.

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  1. SgtSullyNZ

    Fair Winds and Following seas.

    As someone who has served, as a reservist for 21 years. That training creates a mindset of always being ready, and doing what it takes to prepare for what you know is coming, as well as what is unknown. It is that profession of looking after the man next to you, and the duty of care as a leader of those under you, as well as ensuring those above do the right thing. So you never really retire, that knowledge and experience never goes away, it is never wasted. It comes with a cost that few really appreciate. I do not spend the bulk of of my game time on NA, but since my interactions with Hapa and his work and feedback, it has been a great experience. And your impact will be felt for long after, enjoy a more active retirement, you have earned it. Respect and Arohanui Sully
  2. SgtSullyNZ

    Mouse Chills with Two Tribal Proposals

    Just give us the Achilles and/ or Leander, just do it
  3. SgtSullyNZ

    Mouse Chills with Two Tribal Proposals

    just do it
  4. SgtSullyNZ

    Your best Co-op Game(s) / Stats

    not best but just the average, on the hunt for 400k in GK on NA
  5. SgtSullyNZ

    Fair Winds and Following seas.

    Agreed, It has been a pleasure to have your input and support and wish you all the best.
  6. SgtSullyNZ

    Your best Co-op Game(s) / Stats

    Indeed it is 364k is my top on this server
  7. SgtSullyNZ

    USS Orleck

    I literally cried when i learned that is what they did to that movie. What a waste
  8. SgtSullyNZ

    USS Orleck

    so long as she is kept some where to be seen. Movies like Greyhound cannot be made as well, as they are, without these ships.
  9. SgtSullyNZ

    USS Orleck

    https://orleck.org/ If you are not aware this Gearing Class Destroyer DD-886 is a museum ship that is now in Jacksonville. Like all naval Museums it needs funds to keep operating and preserving this history. What I would like to hear from the Community, should WG create a perma camo that could be purchased for a Gearing, nothing too flash, that could be used to raise funds for this restoration/ museum activity. And it would be great to have it on the Longest Night of the Museums next year? Thoughts/ comments? Maybe a collection of Camos, that includes USS Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. DD-850. Is a camo okay, or a premium ship?
  10. SgtSullyNZ

    Have you experienced WoWs with RTX On?

    Indeed, I had a Bismarck Toy for my Bath Tub, over 40 years ago. This one is a step up
  11. SgtSullyNZ

    Kremlin is stupid strong.

    Kremlin could be stronger!! "Stalinskulak" or Stalin's Fist: 2x 130mm Secondaries are replaced with quad 130 mm/58 on BL-132 Mounts or same Turrets as main armament of Smolensk.
  12. Cork City, Cork, Eire (Ireland) Birthplace of my Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather. To go and see what records and any relatives that remained in Ireland. Then I can track the reset around the world. Pretty straight forward stuff. But unlikely in my foreseeable future
  13. Cosplay, for me it is Commissioner Jim Gordon, GCPD. Along with the odd Dark Knight and his expensive toys. That is me on the right at a recent community event here in Wellington, New Zealand
  14. I served in the Territorial Force (Reserves) of the New Zealand Army from 1986 to 2007, Corps trained in Infantry serving with 7th Wellington (City of Wellington's Own) and Hawkes Bay Battalion, Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment. I specialised as a Mortar Handler on 81mm L16A1 Mortar, and advanced my Skills to become a Mortar Fire Controller (MFC), then Assistant Command Post Operator (ACPO), to Command Post Operator (CPO)/ Mortar Section Commander in Mortar Platoon, Support Company. Then posting to a Rifle Company as a Platoon Sergeant 6 Platoon, Bravo Company. And posted Wellington Company in the Recruiting and Training Cell, as Training Sergeant. Postings to Company Quartermaster Sergeant (CQMS) and taking opportunities to Instruct on Various Courses as well as a Platoon Commander for Recruit Training. My Final Posting was as Platoon Sergeant, Recruit Platoon, before taking release to be full-time carer to my wife Rachel. Very happy to have served, and to quote or para-phrase Lt Col [edited] Winters, Easy Company. I was not a Hero, but I did serve in a Company of Heroes. Best wishes and Onward
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