I've been pondering over this for some time, and it seems rather silly but I suppose it could be applicable... Time to time (when there is time in this wretched junior year), I partake in online an online simulation unit on a renowned combat simulation game (ARMA II). The unit is composed of some 30-50 active personnel from around the United States and abroad including active and retired non-comissioned USA/USN personnel, including an officer or two. The unit is pretty strict in terms of an accurate class model from E1 to O7, including Rules of Engagement, an 8 day BCT, and around a week for some 6 other training courses including land navigation, marksman courses, medical attention, etc. The unit is a simulation of USSOCOM, compounded of SFOD-1 (Delta), 7th SF, AFSOC, MARSOC, SOAR, Seals, 66th Armor, 75th Rangers, etc. There are multiple MOS' from intellgence to medical fields to communications. The game itself entails most aspects of combat as upheld by the military personnel I've spoken to, including localized and wave communications via actual frequencies limited by terrain. Navigation is limited, composed of a compass, map, coordinates, and in some cases mobile GPS/DAGR. Considering the participation of actual US Military personnel, I figured it would be acceptable to include as part of my history. Afterall, there are responsibilities attached to superior ranks. Perhaps if I could work my way up from E1 (Airman for the 720th Special Tactics AFSOC Unit) to a responsible position, and could receive testimony from one of the active personnel, perhaps a USA officer, it couldn't hurt mentioning in an interview or something? Any ideas? Thank you.