In short, we're a collection of ArmA 3 players whose passionate affair with cooperative combined-arms gameplay and realism is still a better love story than Twilight.
Without getting too wordy we love realism, we love roleplay, we love simulation and we're powerful tech wizards who gather all sorts of game data, firing it at you in interesting, colourful ways!
But there are some things we don't love. We don't love telling people when to play or taking everything so seriously we forget to have fun. You know what we're talking about, and we really don't love doing things the way other ArmA groups do them. Basically we're militarized snowflakes.
MILSIM communities can be demanding. United Task Force offers the perks of a large scale group, with a unique a flexible activity requirement designed for modern lifestyles.
Regulars have full tracking of their career statistics automated, operations are realistic and challenging.
Operations are held on both fixed and irregular dates.
One of the core maxims that runs through UNITAF, realism starts and end with the simulation, we have ranks and awards and all that fun stuff, we have a strong view on where realism starts and ends and if it doesn't make sense to simulate it, then we don't.
Simulating serious military personnel is our favourite, we're just not going to keep that up when we don't need to, so if you're up tight 24/7 and want us to call you Sir you're in the wrong place. That's something that really irks us, instead we put a heavy focus on other often ignored aspects of military simulation; such as tactics, economy, politics and roleplay.