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    Tactical Advance reacted to SleeppingWolf in Star Citizen: Around the Verse - All Systems Argo | 3.4 Ep. 6   
    Delve into the exciting world of Asset Optimization, get stuck in ArcCorp traffic, and meet the latest Star Citizen ship in this week’s update.
     
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from AndrewRall in Anvil Carrack in patch 3.8 this YEAR - Road map update   
    Anvil Carrack in patch 3.8 this YEAR
     
    https://robertsspaceindustries.com/roadmap/board/1-Star-Citizen
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from AndrewRall in Anvil Carrack in patch 3.8 this YEAR - Road map update   
    Anvil Carrack in patch 3.8 this YEAR
     
    https://robertsspaceindustries.com/roadmap/board/1-Star-Citizen
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Division 2   
    Thanks for the invite
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Plan for Tactical Advance in 2019   
    To all members,
     
    Its a New Year for the tactical advance organisation we have achieved a considerable amount in 2018 and we accept nothing less in 2019.
     
    Why is 2019 important?
    2019 is the year for us to prepare for the Squadron 42 launch. This will impact is in many ways, primarily it will bring in many new players into Star Citizen and also into the Tactical Advance organisation. We need to ensure that what we have created is optimized for the influx.  
     
    Why focus on technology?
    There are many things about Star Citizen that were all unsure about. There are mechanics that we can't really define and lots of things that we just do not know.  One thing we do know is at a very basic level is people will be signing up to the organisation.  As you know all of us here have a real-life, full-time job, part-time jobs and children, which makes your time important to you. It's also the biggest contribution you can add to the organisation. We found in the past that we were very heavy on spending time on processing people applying for the organisation and micromanaging the whole process, we invested a considerable amount of members real-life time.  The technology we create today will partially eliminate a very large part giving us back time so we can focus on divisions and in-game activities.
     
    We have created around 90% of an automated process for new recruits, the focus this year is making the experience for new members even better.
     
    streamlined and self-explanatory email notifications to identify where they are in the process  story driven cool
    So what's next?
    We need to complete the journey for a new member let's look at what we have so far.
     
    Registering on the RSI site the forum TeamSpeak authentication RSI authentication division signup collect email signature  
    At this point, the new member has completed the membership process and now are fully fledged member.
     
    I've completed my membership process what do I do now?
    This is something that we would like to achieve this year to continue the journey for a new member and also existing members as well. Training and achievements will be the next step for a new member and existing members this will be technology driven. This will consist of a self-enrolment process where you can apply for training for the division you are in.  Achievements will consist of a variety of different criteria some based on years of service, attendance, and activity, going above and beyond the call of duty and I am sure this list will grow.  
    This is not saying that the tactical advance organisation will not be focusing on divisions structures this will run parallel to the technology development that we make over this year.
     
    What does it mean if we achieve this in 2019?
    If we achieve the above this year and we can get to a point where we're at 99% complete this means that all of our attention is on playing Star Citizen and being the best organisation out there, and at the same time creating one of the best recruitment processes for joining an organisation in Star Citizen that is fun and engaging and ultimately strengthen retention.
     
    How can I help out as a member?
    There are many ways you can help out as a member. One of the biggest ways you can help out is just by hanging out in TeamSpeak or on the forum which is invaluable.  Otherwise,  you can help out by donating to the organisation. This has a massive impact as we're a nonprofitable organisation so all money that we gain goes directly back into the organisation. You can help out also by taking part in the divisions we have today.
     
    That aside we've seen a vast amount of new members join the organisation in 2018 and we've all made new friends.  So from me Tactical Advance I would like to thank everyone that has contributed and spent their time here.
     
    Roll-on Squadron 42.
     
    Thanks
     
    TA
     
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    Tactical Advance reacted to SleeppingWolf in Star Citizen: Around the Verse - Carrack News, ArcCorp Views | 3.4.04   
    This week’s update looks at VFX updates in the new flight model, current work on upcoming ships, and some deadly new weapons.
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    Tactical Advance reacted to Decadin in Whats your Star Citizen number?   
    ouch 1991883
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Plan for Tactical Advance in 2019   
    To all members,
     
    Its a New Year for the tactical advance organisation we have achieved a considerable amount in 2018 and we accept nothing less in 2019.
     
    Why is 2019 important?
    2019 is the year for us to prepare for the Squadron 42 launch. This will impact is in many ways, primarily it will bring in many new players into Star Citizen and also into the Tactical Advance organisation. We need to ensure that what we have created is optimized for the influx.  
     
    Why focus on technology?
    There are many things about Star Citizen that were all unsure about. There are mechanics that we can't really define and lots of things that we just do not know.  One thing we do know is at a very basic level is people will be signing up to the organisation.  As you know all of us here have a real-life, full-time job, part-time jobs and children, which makes your time important to you. It's also the biggest contribution you can add to the organisation. We found in the past that we were very heavy on spending time on processing people applying for the organisation and micromanaging the whole process, we invested a considerable amount of members real-life time.  The technology we create today will partially eliminate a very large part giving us back time so we can focus on divisions and in-game activities.
     
    We have created around 90% of an automated process for new recruits, the focus this year is making the experience for new members even better.
     
    streamlined and self-explanatory email notifications to identify where they are in the process  story driven cool
    So what's next?
    We need to complete the journey for a new member let's look at what we have so far.
     
    Registering on the RSI site the forum TeamSpeak authentication RSI authentication division signup collect email signature  
    At this point, the new member has completed the membership process and now are fully fledged member.
     
    I've completed my membership process what do I do now?
    This is something that we would like to achieve this year to continue the journey for a new member and also existing members as well. Training and achievements will be the next step for a new member and existing members this will be technology driven. This will consist of a self-enrolment process where you can apply for training for the division you are in.  Achievements will consist of a variety of different criteria some based on years of service, attendance, and activity, going above and beyond the call of duty and I am sure this list will grow.  
    This is not saying that the tactical advance organisation will not be focusing on divisions structures this will run parallel to the technology development that we make over this year.
     
    What does it mean if we achieve this in 2019?
    If we achieve the above this year and we can get to a point where we're at 99% complete this means that all of our attention is on playing Star Citizen and being the best organisation out there, and at the same time creating one of the best recruitment processes for joining an organisation in Star Citizen that is fun and engaging and ultimately strengthen retention.
     
    How can I help out as a member?
    There are many ways you can help out as a member. One of the biggest ways you can help out is just by hanging out in TeamSpeak or on the forum which is invaluable.  Otherwise,  you can help out by donating to the organisation. This has a massive impact as we're a nonprofitable organisation so all money that we gain goes directly back into the organisation. You can help out also by taking part in the divisions we have today.
     
    That aside we've seen a vast amount of new members join the organisation in 2018 and we've all made new friends.  So from me Tactical Advance I would like to thank everyone that has contributed and spent their time here.
     
    Roll-on Squadron 42.
     
    Thanks
     
    TA
     
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Plan for Tactical Advance in 2019   
    To all members,
     
    Its a New Year for the tactical advance organisation we have achieved a considerable amount in 2018 and we accept nothing less in 2019.
     
    Why is 2019 important?
    2019 is the year for us to prepare for the Squadron 42 launch. This will impact is in many ways, primarily it will bring in many new players into Star Citizen and also into the Tactical Advance organisation. We need to ensure that what we have created is optimized for the influx.  
     
    Why focus on technology?
    There are many things about Star Citizen that were all unsure about. There are mechanics that we can't really define and lots of things that we just do not know.  One thing we do know is at a very basic level is people will be signing up to the organisation.  As you know all of us here have a real-life, full-time job, part-time jobs and children, which makes your time important to you. It's also the biggest contribution you can add to the organisation. We found in the past that we were very heavy on spending time on processing people applying for the organisation and micromanaging the whole process, we invested a considerable amount of members real-life time.  The technology we create today will partially eliminate a very large part giving us back time so we can focus on divisions and in-game activities.
     
    We have created around 90% of an automated process for new recruits, the focus this year is making the experience for new members even better.
     
    streamlined and self-explanatory email notifications to identify where they are in the process  story driven cool
    So what's next?
    We need to complete the journey for a new member let's look at what we have so far.
     
    Registering on the RSI site the forum TeamSpeak authentication RSI authentication division signup collect email signature  
    At this point, the new member has completed the membership process and now are fully fledged member.
     
    I've completed my membership process what do I do now?
    This is something that we would like to achieve this year to continue the journey for a new member and also existing members as well. Training and achievements will be the next step for a new member and existing members this will be technology driven. This will consist of a self-enrolment process where you can apply for training for the division you are in.  Achievements will consist of a variety of different criteria some based on years of service, attendance, and activity, going above and beyond the call of duty and I am sure this list will grow.  
    This is not saying that the tactical advance organisation will not be focusing on divisions structures this will run parallel to the technology development that we make over this year.
     
    What does it mean if we achieve this in 2019?
    If we achieve the above this year and we can get to a point where we're at 99% complete this means that all of our attention is on playing Star Citizen and being the best organisation out there, and at the same time creating one of the best recruitment processes for joining an organisation in Star Citizen that is fun and engaging and ultimately strengthen retention.
     
    How can I help out as a member?
    There are many ways you can help out as a member. One of the biggest ways you can help out is just by hanging out in TeamSpeak or on the forum which is invaluable.  Otherwise,  you can help out by donating to the organisation. This has a massive impact as we're a nonprofitable organisation so all money that we gain goes directly back into the organisation. You can help out also by taking part in the divisions we have today.
     
    That aside we've seen a vast amount of new members join the organisation in 2018 and we've all made new friends.  So from me Tactical Advance I would like to thank everyone that has contributed and spent their time here.
     
    Roll-on Squadron 42.
     
    Thanks
     
    TA
     
  13. Like
    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Plan for Tactical Advance in 2019   
    To all members,
     
    Its a New Year for the tactical advance organisation we have achieved a considerable amount in 2018 and we accept nothing less in 2019.
     
    Why is 2019 important?
    2019 is the year for us to prepare for the Squadron 42 launch. This will impact is in many ways, primarily it will bring in many new players into Star Citizen and also into the Tactical Advance organisation. We need to ensure that what we have created is optimized for the influx.  
     
    Why focus on technology?
    There are many things about Star Citizen that were all unsure about. There are mechanics that we can't really define and lots of things that we just do not know.  One thing we do know is at a very basic level is people will be signing up to the organisation.  As you know all of us here have a real-life, full-time job, part-time jobs and children, which makes your time important to you. It's also the biggest contribution you can add to the organisation. We found in the past that we were very heavy on spending time on processing people applying for the organisation and micromanaging the whole process, we invested a considerable amount of members real-life time.  The technology we create today will partially eliminate a very large part giving us back time so we can focus on divisions and in-game activities.
     
    We have created around 90% of an automated process for new recruits, the focus this year is making the experience for new members even better.
     
    streamlined and self-explanatory email notifications to identify where they are in the process  story driven cool
    So what's next?
    We need to complete the journey for a new member let's look at what we have so far.
     
    Registering on the RSI site the forum TeamSpeak authentication RSI authentication division signup collect email signature  
    At this point, the new member has completed the membership process and now are fully fledged member.
     
    I've completed my membership process what do I do now?
    This is something that we would like to achieve this year to continue the journey for a new member and also existing members as well. Training and achievements will be the next step for a new member and existing members this will be technology driven. This will consist of a self-enrolment process where you can apply for training for the division you are in.  Achievements will consist of a variety of different criteria some based on years of service, attendance, and activity, going above and beyond the call of duty and I am sure this list will grow.  
    This is not saying that the tactical advance organisation will not be focusing on divisions structures this will run parallel to the technology development that we make over this year.
     
    What does it mean if we achieve this in 2019?
    If we achieve the above this year and we can get to a point where we're at 99% complete this means that all of our attention is on playing Star Citizen and being the best organisation out there, and at the same time creating one of the best recruitment processes for joining an organisation in Star Citizen that is fun and engaging and ultimately strengthen retention.
     
    How can I help out as a member?
    There are many ways you can help out as a member. One of the biggest ways you can help out is just by hanging out in TeamSpeak or on the forum which is invaluable.  Otherwise,  you can help out by donating to the organisation. This has a massive impact as we're a nonprofitable organisation so all money that we gain goes directly back into the organisation. You can help out also by taking part in the divisions we have today.
     
    That aside we've seen a vast amount of new members join the organisation in 2018 and we've all made new friends.  So from me Tactical Advance I would like to thank everyone that has contributed and spent their time here.
     
    Roll-on Squadron 42.
     
    Thanks
     
    TA
     
  14. Like
    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Plan for Tactical Advance in 2019   
    To all members,
     
    Its a New Year for the tactical advance organisation we have achieved a considerable amount in 2018 and we accept nothing less in 2019.
     
    Why is 2019 important?
    2019 is the year for us to prepare for the Squadron 42 launch. This will impact is in many ways, primarily it will bring in many new players into Star Citizen and also into the Tactical Advance organisation. We need to ensure that what we have created is optimized for the influx.  
     
    Why focus on technology?
    There are many things about Star Citizen that were all unsure about. There are mechanics that we can't really define and lots of things that we just do not know.  One thing we do know is at a very basic level is people will be signing up to the organisation.  As you know all of us here have a real-life, full-time job, part-time jobs and children, which makes your time important to you. It's also the biggest contribution you can add to the organisation. We found in the past that we were very heavy on spending time on processing people applying for the organisation and micromanaging the whole process, we invested a considerable amount of members real-life time.  The technology we create today will partially eliminate a very large part giving us back time so we can focus on divisions and in-game activities.
     
    We have created around 90% of an automated process for new recruits, the focus this year is making the experience for new members even better.
     
    streamlined and self-explanatory email notifications to identify where they are in the process  story driven cool
    So what's next?
    We need to complete the journey for a new member let's look at what we have so far.
     
    Registering on the RSI site the forum TeamSpeak authentication RSI authentication division signup collect email signature  
    At this point, the new member has completed the membership process and now are fully fledged member.
     
    I've completed my membership process what do I do now?
    This is something that we would like to achieve this year to continue the journey for a new member and also existing members as well. Training and achievements will be the next step for a new member and existing members this will be technology driven. This will consist of a self-enrolment process where you can apply for training for the division you are in.  Achievements will consist of a variety of different criteria some based on years of service, attendance, and activity, going above and beyond the call of duty and I am sure this list will grow.  
    This is not saying that the tactical advance organisation will not be focusing on divisions structures this will run parallel to the technology development that we make over this year.
     
    What does it mean if we achieve this in 2019?
    If we achieve the above this year and we can get to a point where we're at 99% complete this means that all of our attention is on playing Star Citizen and being the best organisation out there, and at the same time creating one of the best recruitment processes for joining an organisation in Star Citizen that is fun and engaging and ultimately strengthen retention.
     
    How can I help out as a member?
    There are many ways you can help out as a member. One of the biggest ways you can help out is just by hanging out in TeamSpeak or on the forum which is invaluable.  Otherwise,  you can help out by donating to the organisation. This has a massive impact as we're a nonprofitable organisation so all money that we gain goes directly back into the organisation. You can help out also by taking part in the divisions we have today.
     
    That aside we've seen a vast amount of new members join the organisation in 2018 and we've all made new friends.  So from me Tactical Advance I would like to thank everyone that has contributed and spent their time here.
     
    Roll-on Squadron 42.
     
    Thanks
     
    TA
     
  15. Like
    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Plan for Tactical Advance in 2019   
    To all members,
     
    Its a New Year for the tactical advance organisation we have achieved a considerable amount in 2018 and we accept nothing less in 2019.
     
    Why is 2019 important?
    2019 is the year for us to prepare for the Squadron 42 launch. This will impact is in many ways, primarily it will bring in many new players into Star Citizen and also into the Tactical Advance organisation. We need to ensure that what we have created is optimized for the influx.  
     
    Why focus on technology?
    There are many things about Star Citizen that were all unsure about. There are mechanics that we can't really define and lots of things that we just do not know.  One thing we do know is at a very basic level is people will be signing up to the organisation.  As you know all of us here have a real-life, full-time job, part-time jobs and children, which makes your time important to you. It's also the biggest contribution you can add to the organisation. We found in the past that we were very heavy on spending time on processing people applying for the organisation and micromanaging the whole process, we invested a considerable amount of members real-life time.  The technology we create today will partially eliminate a very large part giving us back time so we can focus on divisions and in-game activities.
     
    We have created around 90% of an automated process for new recruits, the focus this year is making the experience for new members even better.
     
    streamlined and self-explanatory email notifications to identify where they are in the process  story driven cool
    So what's next?
    We need to complete the journey for a new member let's look at what we have so far.
     
    Registering on the RSI site the forum TeamSpeak authentication RSI authentication division signup collect email signature  
    At this point, the new member has completed the membership process and now are fully fledged member.
     
    I've completed my membership process what do I do now?
    This is something that we would like to achieve this year to continue the journey for a new member and also existing members as well. Training and achievements will be the next step for a new member and existing members this will be technology driven. This will consist of a self-enrolment process where you can apply for training for the division you are in.  Achievements will consist of a variety of different criteria some based on years of service, attendance, and activity, going above and beyond the call of duty and I am sure this list will grow.  
    This is not saying that the tactical advance organisation will not be focusing on divisions structures this will run parallel to the technology development that we make over this year.
     
    What does it mean if we achieve this in 2019?
    If we achieve the above this year and we can get to a point where we're at 99% complete this means that all of our attention is on playing Star Citizen and being the best organisation out there, and at the same time creating one of the best recruitment processes for joining an organisation in Star Citizen that is fun and engaging and ultimately strengthen retention.
     
    How can I help out as a member?
    There are many ways you can help out as a member. One of the biggest ways you can help out is just by hanging out in TeamSpeak or on the forum which is invaluable.  Otherwise,  you can help out by donating to the organisation. This has a massive impact as we're a nonprofitable organisation so all money that we gain goes directly back into the organisation. You can help out also by taking part in the divisions we have today.
     
    That aside we've seen a vast amount of new members join the organisation in 2018 and we've all made new friends.  So from me Tactical Advance I would like to thank everyone that has contributed and spent their time here.
     
    Roll-on Squadron 42.
     
    Thanks
     
    TA
     
  16. Like
    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Hallgrimd in The Plan for Tactical Advance in 2019   
    To all members,
     
    Its a New Year for the tactical advance organisation we have achieved a considerable amount in 2018 and we accept nothing less in 2019.
     
    Why is 2019 important?
    2019 is the year for us to prepare for the Squadron 42 launch. This will impact is in many ways, primarily it will bring in many new players into Star Citizen and also into the Tactical Advance organisation. We need to ensure that what we have created is optimized for the influx.  
     
    Why focus on technology?
    There are many things about Star Citizen that were all unsure about. There are mechanics that we can't really define and lots of things that we just do not know.  One thing we do know is at a very basic level is people will be signing up to the organisation.  As you know all of us here have a real-life, full-time job, part-time jobs and children, which makes your time important to you. It's also the biggest contribution you can add to the organisation. We found in the past that we were very heavy on spending time on processing people applying for the organisation and micromanaging the whole process, we invested a considerable amount of members real-life time.  The technology we create today will partially eliminate a very large part giving us back time so we can focus on divisions and in-game activities.
     
    We have created around 90% of an automated process for new recruits, the focus this year is making the experience for new members even better.
     
    streamlined and self-explanatory email notifications to identify where they are in the process  story driven cool
    So what's next?
    We need to complete the journey for a new member let's look at what we have so far.
     
    Registering on the RSI site the forum TeamSpeak authentication RSI authentication division signup collect email signature  
    At this point, the new member has completed the membership process and now are fully fledged member.
     
    I've completed my membership process what do I do now?
    This is something that we would like to achieve this year to continue the journey for a new member and also existing members as well. Training and achievements will be the next step for a new member and existing members this will be technology driven. This will consist of a self-enrolment process where you can apply for training for the division you are in.  Achievements will consist of a variety of different criteria some based on years of service, attendance, and activity, going above and beyond the call of duty and I am sure this list will grow.  
    This is not saying that the tactical advance organisation will not be focusing on divisions structures this will run parallel to the technology development that we make over this year.
     
    What does it mean if we achieve this in 2019?
    If we achieve the above this year and we can get to a point where we're at 99% complete this means that all of our attention is on playing Star Citizen and being the best organisation out there, and at the same time creating one of the best recruitment processes for joining an organisation in Star Citizen that is fun and engaging and ultimately strengthen retention.
     
    How can I help out as a member?
    There are many ways you can help out as a member. One of the biggest ways you can help out is just by hanging out in TeamSpeak or on the forum which is invaluable.  Otherwise,  you can help out by donating to the organisation. This has a massive impact as we're a nonprofitable organisation so all money that we gain goes directly back into the organisation. You can help out also by taking part in the divisions we have today.
     
    That aside we've seen a vast amount of new members join the organisation in 2018 and we've all made new friends.  So from me Tactical Advance I would like to thank everyone that has contributed and spent their time here.
     
    Roll-on Squadron 42.
     
    Thanks
     
    TA
     
  17. Like
    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Fatie89 in My simpit   
    The definition of I am going to be climbing into some gaming tonight has taken a whole new meaning 
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from MalGanis in Tactical Advance Members Game Chat   
    There is no chat in game for Orgs.  We have TeamSpeak server check the link below  
     
     
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from MalGanis in Tactical Advance Members Game Chat   
    There is no chat in game for Orgs.  We have TeamSpeak server check the link below  
     
     
  20. Like
    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Fatie89 in My simpit   
    The definition of I am going to be climbing into some gaming tonight has taken a whole new meaning 
  21. Like
    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Fatie89 in My simpit   
    The definition of I am going to be climbing into some gaming tonight has taken a whole new meaning 
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from Bursar in New PC   
    Looks good 
     
    Later on down the line might be worth getting a 2k screen.
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    Tactical Advance got a reaction from IronEmperor in How to Join Tactical Advance   
    How to Join Tactical Advance:
     
    1. Go to the Tactical Advance Organisation page on RSI and join  https://robertsspaceindustries.com/orgs/TADVANCE and wait to be accepted.

    2. Register on our website   http://forums.tacticaladvance.co.uk/ 
     
    3. Follow the steps in out registration wizard http://forums.tacticaladvance.co.uk/corefunctions/?Function=UserStatusCheck
     
    TeamSpeak:  teamspeak.tacticaladvance.co.uk  Password:  tac1
     
    Log in to our TeamSpeak anytime as a guest and talk to the members and ask questions.
     
    It is important that everyone understands that TACTICAL ADVANCE must be selected as your MAIN ORGANIZATION on your RSI account. We do not allow members to carry an affiliate status with Tactical Advance. 
     
    You must be 18 years of age or older to join
    We do not condone piracy or griefing.
     
    Please, if there are any questions about this, please contact any Director, Assistant Director or Academy officer or pop on TeamSpeak and ask.
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    Tactical Advance reacted to Bursar in Freelancer Variants   
    Freelancer Dur - stated scu 28 - actual 36! Just added a very capable explorer that can double up for light cargo runs.
    Freelancer Max - stated scu 122 - actual 120 An excellent cargo hauler that can cope in a more hostile environment.
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    Tactical Advance reacted to Bursar in Freelancer Variants   
    Having now flown the Max, I think it needs the following comments:-
     
    1) The top speed is 210 - not the 205 of the other models.
    2) Rear Door still has no lock on it.
    3) Controls are a pain to use in the cockpit - Using the F key it's stupidly hard to click anything. I have to use shortcuts on the keyboard mostly.
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