Give Naval Special Warfare Group ONE a shot.
Naval Special Warfare Group ONE (NSWG-1) is an organized, military-structured group based off of the Naval Special Warfare Command (NAVSPECWARCOM) that utilizes teamwork, communications, and tactics to complete their objectives in-game.
We are in no way affiliated with the United States Navy.
Our mission is to provide a headquarter for like-minded gamers that share the same interest in being apart of an organized group that works together, communicates with each other, and creates and implements various tactics for different situations.
This is an Xbox 360 group (for now) that plays on Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony.
It is highly recommended that members or applicants have The Ballad of Gay Tony DLC. The following gametypes we play are Free Mode and Team Deathmatch.
We focus on five key mission areas of Special Operations (SpecOps):
- Unconventional Warfare (UW)
- Direct Action (DA)
- Special Reconnaissance (SR)
- Foreign Internal Defense (FID)
- Combating Terrorism (CBT)
Additional areas of Special Operations:
- Security Assistance
- Personnel Recovery
- Special Activities.
Naval Special Warfare Group ONE is comprised of four components:
SEAL Teams are "maritime, multi-purpose combat forces organized, trained, and equipped to conduct a variety of special missions in all operational environments and threat conditions. They infiltrate their objective areas by fixed- and rotor-winged aircraft, Navy surface ships, combatant crafts, and submarines." They are commanded by a Navy Commander and comprise of eight operational platoons and headquarters element.
Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crew (SWCC)
SWCC operates and maintains an 11-meter Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat to conduct coastal patrols and interdictions and support special operations missions. Focusing on clandestine infiltration and exfiltration of SEALs and other special operations forces, SWCC provide dedicated rapid mobility in shallow water areas where larger ships cannot operate.
Naval Special Warfare Department Education & Training School (NSW Dets)
The NSW Dets is responsible for training SEAL members in various scenarios and engagements.
The Aviation community provides SEALs aerial transport and support through various forms of attack helicopters.
This means that members will not use any modifications done to their console or controller that manipulates the game to better your performance in-game.
Examples: Wall hacks & speed cheats.
Members will not use any unintended exploitations in the game to better their abilities in-game.
Example: Being able to hide in a rock or shoot through a wall that you can not normally shoot through.
All members are in a constant mode of training and as such we have practices.
This is to improve our teamwork and tactics.
As a member or applicant of Naval Special Warfare Group One, you are to be respectful to your peers and non-members, regardless of their race, ethnicity, age, gender, religious beliefs, or creed.
Members and applicants will show integrity, honor, and dignity both in and out of NSWG-1.
Any insults or disrespectful comments made towards NSWG-1 and it's members are to be ignored and left uncommented.
There is no need to defend ourselves.
Cursing and all language of an offensive nature is to be kept down to a minimum.
We do not tolerate excessive profanity nor do we support the use of it on a everyday basis.
Members will not broadcast issues regarding to nudity, sexual content, or any other adult content whether it be by images, text, or voice communications.
Members will also not issue any political or religious matters or respond to them.
Sportsmanship behavior is mandatory.
Always remember that you are a representative of NSWG-1 to the public and not as an individual.
Ranks & Positions
Rate Insignia of Navy Enlisted Personnel
Seaman Recruit (SR)
Seaman Apprentice (SA)
Petty Officer Third Class (PO3)
Petty Officer Second Class (PO2)
Petty Officer First Class (PO1)
Chief Petty Officer (CPO)
Senior Chief Petty Officer (SCPO)
Master Chief Petty Officer (MCPO)
Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (MCPON)
Warrant Officer Ranks
Warrant Officer (WO1)
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO2)
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO3)
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO4)
Chief Warrant Officer (CWO5)
Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG)
Lieutenant Commander (LTCDR)
Ranks will be given out accordingly through the following standards:
Positions will be distributed upon the following terms:
- Leadership abilities
Chain of Command
In Naval Special Warfare Group ONE, we use a Chain of Command (CoC).
Members are expected to abide by the structure without exception.
Any issues have to be processed by the CoC.
No member will jump over with its requests unless ordered to do so.
All orders have to be followed, whether in game, training or in daily duties and are not subject to a discussion.
Questions or issues are to be handled via the CoC.
High Priority issues, especially those that affect all of NSWG-1 must be handled by its Commanding Officer (CO).
- To be determined. -
If you would like to become apart of NSWG-1, please follow the correct format for your application and post it below.
[b][u]Date of Birth:[/b][/u]
[b]1. Do you consider yourself a mature individual?[/b]
[b]2. Do you have a headset?[/b]
[b]3. Can you work as a team?[/b]
[b]4. What can you contribute to the team?[/b]
[b]5. Can you follow orders and instructions?[/b]
[b]6. Can you give orders and instructions if the opportunity is given?[/b]
[b]7. Have you been in a clan, a gang, a milsim team, or a realism group before? If so, please provide a career history report stating your previous positions and ranks.[/b]
[b]8. Which component of Naval Special Warfare Group ONE interests you (SEAL Team, SWCC, etc.)?[/b]
[b]9. How much time can you dedicate to this group?[/b]
[b]10. When are you available (weekdays, weekends, nights, days, etc.)?[/b]
[b]11. Do you have enough patience to grow with the group?[/b]
[b]12. Why do you want to be in Naval Special Warfare Group ONE?[/b]
Once you have submitted your application, an officer from NSWG-1 will review your application and contact you via PM.
Understand that once your application has been accepted, you, along with other applicants will enter into Basic Underwater Demolition School (BUD/S) to see if you really want to be apart of this community.