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PostSubject: For fun - Codenames   Fri May 04, 2012 12:58 pm

Saw this earlier and made me think

What would your Foxhound code name be?

Considering Metal Gear wiki says:

Codename system

A FOXHOUND codename originally comprised an animal codename and a personal prefix to distinguish between those with the same animal codename. Often this prefix represents either the individual's weapon of choice or particular skill that they specialize in, but sometimes these codenames are a bit more ambiguous in nature. The animal suffix some what denotes the characteristics of the agent. The "Fox" codename was awarded to operatives of rank or skill.

No need to read this but as a side note while on the wiki page.... theres a list of all the skills a Foxhound unit member needed to possess.... this is it... pretty daft....

Selection and drills
When FOXHOUND was first established in 1970, the process of recruitment was not fully developed, due to the circumstances at the time. Potential recruits were usually abducted or rescued, and then convinced into joining the unit.
After FOXHOUND was organized into an official unit, very strict selection procedures were adopted. Firstly, potential recruits were only chosen from those already within the military and various special forces.

Recruits must also pass exams in three different aspects:

  • Physical fitness test
  • Short-distance running
  • Uninterrupted performance of 80 push-ups
  • Uninterrupted performance of 100 sit-ups
  • 50 meter freestyle-stroke swim
  • Combat diving skill
  • Cross-country march (travelling 64 km [40 miles] in under 15 hours, carrying a 30 kg [67 pounds] backpack)

  • Mental recovery, concentration, endurance, self-control and the fortitude to overcome difficult situations
  • ESP expectancy score
  • Marksmanship
  • Recognizing and making decisions in emergency situations

  • Foreign languages
  • Foreign geography
  • Knowledge of world events
  • Advanced technology
  • Medical procedures
  • Detonation operations
  • Stealth communication
  • Foreign weaponry

After passing the selection courses, the recruits then partake in professional training exercises (also known as drills), which include:
  • Battlefield survival (14 weeks)
  • Shooting practice (must score at least 95% for a target at 914 m [3,000 ft], and 100% for a target at 548 m [1,800 ft])
  • Guard patrol
  • Mountaineering
  • Hand-to-hand combat
  • Border infiltration
  • Guerrilla warfare
  • Land navigation
  • Map-reading
  • Escape and evasion
  • Combat medical skills
  • Rebelling and Ranger practice
  • Weapons familiarization
  • Nautical vehicle control and navigation
  • Diving and underwater infiltration
  • Canoeing
  • Basic military parachute skills (4 weeks)
  • Special operations freefall practice (High-Altitude, Low-Opening [HALO] and High-Altitude, High-Opening [HAHO])
  • 11 jumps carrying little to no combat equipment ("Hollywood")
  • 15 jumps with full combat equipment
  • 2 nighttime jumps
  • 2 mass-tactical strategic jumps
  • Intelligence gathering
  • Language and customs of the destination country (4 weeks)
  • Stealth techniques
  • Improvised explosive devices
  • Utilization of high-tech equipment
  • Communications (16 weeks)
  • Medical exam (10 weeks)


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PostSubject: Re: For fun - Codenames   Fri May 04, 2012 1:00 pm

Itd be Insidious Fox!

Well Fox because Smile

Proceeding in a gradual, subtle way, but with harmful effects
sly - treacherous - guileful - crafty - perfidious

Me on an average days airsoft with my knife or doing some sneaky shit Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: For fun - Codenames   Sat May 05, 2012 1:26 am

well reading that, we're all fucked, Laughing
if i was a fox i would be called, OLD FOX

and forgetful.

me on a airsoft day i would be, HUNGRY LOOKING FOR MY FIRST KILL Wink
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