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There has been a lot of discussion in the barracks about the High Command; how it’s organized, how it functions, how they manage player expectations and their role in the placement of Attack Objectives (AO’s) and brigade movement. We welcome these discussions and always like to read and discuss thoughtful ideas.  But I've detected some confusion as to exactly what can be done today, so I thought it would be a good idea to dispel some myths and let you know what we are working on.

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What makes this game so special to so many people? Is it being able to spawn into a huge world and pit your skills against thousands of other players from around the world? Is it the ability to join a raging land, air and sea battle that leaves your heart pounding? Is it the chance to be called upon to lead thousands of team mates to victory over the enemy? In an office visit a few weeks ago, veteran player Haikugod pointed out that all of that boils down to one thing: In WWIIOL:BE, anyone can be a hero, everyday.

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I wandered across a thread in the Hangar recently dedicated "To the Underappreciated LTAPs (Less than Ace Pilots)".  And I thought "Hey! I'm less than an ace pilot, this is for me!".  It became apparent to me after reading a few posts that there I fall well below the line of LTAP. Someone needs to come up with a term for those of us who have only just realized that our planes have propellers. 

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