Task Force Fun

TFF is a group of ARMA3 players, focusing on realistic but relaxed mil-sim content created by its members for bi-weekly (Friday and Saturday, 22:00UTC) events hosted on our dedicated server(s). We curate our content best we can, so everyone has fun, while not ruining anybody else's.

Our playable content is organized into Campaigns, usually lasting between 4-8 weeks per campaign. Community votes to select campaigns from a list of available ones and the content varies hugely, one month you could be re-enacting a real conflict and the next you could be playing an imaginary HALO themed campaign.

About Server

TFF is a group of ARMA3 players, focusing on realistic but relaxed mil-sim content created by its members for bi-weekly (Friday and Saturday, 22:00UTC) events hosted on our dedicated server(s). We curate our content best we can, so everyone has fun, while not ruining anybody else's.

Our playable content is organized into Campaigns, usually lasting between 4-8 weeks per campaign. Community votes to select campaigns from a list of available ones and the content varies hugely, one month you could be re-enacting a real conflict and the next you could be playing an imaginary HALO themed campaign.

Recent Posts

Intermission | Operation Mongoose

Intermission | Operation Mongoose

So, the Soviet-Afghan War campaign ended last Friday. Sadly, due to some "technical difficulties", I was unable to report on the events of the last mission when it actually took place. Just a short summary: the guerrillas pushed into a large occupied city with great force, even a couple older tanks could be seen fighting modern Soviet MBTs in the streets. The guerrillas managed to seize the city and a nearby airfield, a major victory for them that would mark the end of this campaign.

Now, with the previous campaign finished, members will be entering their submissions for the next campaign, which they will then vote on. While we wait, we host intermission operations on Fridays instead.

Operation Mongoose, summary: [presumably NATO] forces are tasked with assaulting an occupied island. The assault began with helicopters inserting infantry and crew elements onto the island with landing craft following behind with vehicles. After taking some light contact and sorting out their vehicles, NATO forces began pushing further inland. After pushing through a few towns, encountering armored vehicles and even attack helicopters on the way, NATO forces began the final assault on a major city. During the assault, a couple of High Value Targets were captured and taken back to the carrier group. As you can see in the image, the HVTs were promptly judged without trial and executed for [insert very bad crime(s) here].

This op was a particularly interesting one, as it was a joint operation between TFF and a couple of other units. Those units were the 69th IB and CTP (links to steam and/or discord.me page possibly to come). Many thanks to these units and their players for taking the time to come play with us. We very much appreciated being able to play with them today, and we hope to be having more joint ops in the future.

As always, if you enjoy reading about our operations here, consider joining the unit! We're always happy to see new players. If you're a bit new to Arma or unsure about something, our staff would be happy to help you. You can find us by joining our Discord server, where you will also find any information you might need for joining us in our ops.

(Thank you to all of our members who participated in, created, and 'Zeused' the last campaign. We wouldn't be anything without our players. ~ Stryker)

Soviet-Afghan War Campaign | Mission 4

Last night was going to be the fourth mission of the Soviet-Afghan War campaign. Sadly, about halfway through the operation, (what is assumed to be) an issue with the server caused it to go offline momentarily and disrupt the op. It was decided that the operation would be cancelled after that. The plan had been, though, for the guerrillas to make their way to another cell of resistance fighters, encountering Soviet roadblocks and aircraft along the way. Friendly resistance fighters were seen in the area attacking Soviet forces as they moved through the valleys. The group made it around halfway to the destination before the op was interrupted.

This just goes to show, if something can go wrong, it really probably will. Most of our players still managed to have a fun time despite the interruption and we're looking forward to the next operation this coming week. If you want to join us in our misadventures, join our Discord server! From there you will find all the information you'll need to become a member of TFF. If you're not sure about joining or worried, don't be. We're always glad to see new members and we would be happy to help you if you have any questions.

Soviet-Afghan War Campaign | Mission 3

Soviet-Afghan War Campaign | Mission 3

This Friday saw the third mission of the Soviet-Afghan war campaign.

Summary: After some time in hiding, guerrillas make another big move. Still equipped with light weapons and "horses", the guerrillas headed out from the mountains to do as much damage to the Soviets as they could. After successfully assaulting their way through two or so compounds and making contact with a person of interest, the guerrillas made their way to a meeting location. On the way there, they encountered a Soviet armored vehicle, which was promptly dealt with. At the meeting point was a friendly group, waiting with a supply of modern anti-aircraft weapons. Now armed with modern firepower, the group made their way to another compound where they set up an ambush for a Soviet convoy. The new anti-aircraft launchers they had received quickly came in handy as Soviet attack helicopters flew over the convoy and began to fire at the guerrillas. After dealing with two helicopters, the guerrillas destroyed at least one tank and multiple supply vehicles. They then began to head back to their mountain hiding spot before Soviet forces could respond and find them.

That's all for this operation. If you like reading about our operations, why not join us? We're always looking for new members, and don't be afraid if you're new. We have a team of trainers and staff who would be happy to help you with anything you might need.

Soviet-Afghan War Campaign | Mission 2

Soviet-Afghan War Campaign | Mission 2

Apologies for the lack of activity recently, coverage of unit activities will hopefully be resuming starting from here!

Summary: Although having fought the invading Soviet forces bravely, resistance forces in Afghanistan have been pushed back into the mountains to hide (this occurred in the previous mission, not seen here). In this mission, resistance forces, after regrouping and arming themselves more adequately, set out in the middle of the night to attack Soviet positions using some very... fancy looking horses (this was due to issues with a mod, all jokes aside). After reaching their first objective, resistance forces took heavy contact and suffered many casualties; however, they managed to succeed in their task, clearing the objective area of enemies. The Soviet forces left behind a couple of trucks that the resistance fighters made use of, rigging the trucks with explosives and managing to disguise themselves in a convoy. The convoy lead to a Soviet outpost, where the fighters managed to sneak inside and park the trucks. Now in quite the situation, detonating the trucks and doing massive damage, the fighters were stuck inside the base taking heavy contact from remaining forces. After putting up a hard fight for some time, Soviet Mi-24 attack helicopters began to strafe the guerrillas and the signal was given to retreat. In all of the fighting, an attached journalist somehow went missing and was not seen again...

That's where this campaign leaves off for now. If you enjoy reading about our operations, consider joining the unit! We're always looking for new members and all are welcome. You can find out more about us by joining our discord, where you will find information about pretty much anything you would need. If you still have questions, or maybe you're new to the game but still want to play with us, we have a whole team of staff who would be happy to help you.

PMC campaign 2nd mission

PMC campaign 2nd mission

In the second mission of our PMC themed campaign we managed to "tactically acquire" some assets that were ment to be destroyed, but rather than destroying them, as per contract, we chose to utilise them ourselves as they're still not in the hands of the contracts target, therefore, totally fair, right?

Surprisingly few casualities, despite a rather heavy resistance from the militia/paramilatary groups we targeted, most engagement being rather long range probably helped with that.

We were able to finish 3/3 contracts amicably and earned another small fortune for the company and ourselves! As you can see, we actually had uniforms and decent armour this time around, thanks to our earnings last time, as well as a hefty upgrade to a scar platform from a former M4 platform.

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