Core Infantry Roles - United Task Force (UNITAF) - Arma 3

Assistant Automatic Rifleman
Tier 0 Core Infantry Role

The assistant automatic rifleman, or "AAR", is the right-hand man of the automatic rifleman. They help spread-load the ammunition duties with the AR by carrying additional ammunition for that weapon. The AAR's role is to stick with the AR and provide support - the two always form a buddy team. The AAR supports the AR in the form of providing security, helping to spot, engage, and adjust fire on targets.



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Rifleman
Tier 0 Core Infantry Role

Every member of the platoon is a rifleman first and foremost. In a fireteam, the rifleman is the lowest ranking or newest member of the team. This role is a great way to get new players into the action, without burdening them with additional responsibilities such as those carried by the AR and AAR.

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Assistant Machinegunner
Tier I Core Infantry Role

The assistant machinegunner, is the right-hand man of the machinegunner or MMG. They help spread-load the ammunition duties with the MMG by carrying additional ammunition for that weapon. The role is to stick with the MMG and provide support - the two always form a buddy team. The AMG supports the MMG in the form of providing security, helping to spot, engage, and adjust fire on targets.

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Grenadier
Tier II Core Infantry Role

A Grenadier uses their UGL to carry out a number of tasks, such as firing high-explosive shells at significant enemy positions, screening friendly movement, marking or masking the enemy with smoke shells, or using illumination shells in low light conditions. More esoteric grenade types, such as buckshot or teargas, can also be found from time to time.

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Interpreter
Tier II Core Infantry Role

Interpreters are dedicated personnel that communicate in role-play with civilians, hostages, HVTs and various other units to better interact with deployed units on behalf of the unit commander, they may speak English or other languages and serve to increase the immersion of all involved. They are still Riflemen, and ultimately fall back into this role as required.

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Automatic Rifleman
Tier III Core Infantry Role

The automatic rifleman is the fireteam's heavy firepower, giving them the ability to throw hundreds of rounds downrange in short order. The AR is responsible for employing their weapon in a manner that maximizes the killing and suppressive power of it, allowing their teammates to maneuver with the support of their fire.



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Machinegunner, Heavy
Tier IV Core Infantry Role

The Heavy Machinegunner or HMG is the senior member of a heavy machinegun team. He carries and employs a .50 calibre weapon system, Heavy machineguns give infantry a tremendous range and a powerful punch - capable of defeating light armored vehicles as well as punching through heavy cover. The HMG chooses where to employ the weapon and is responsible for relocating as required, in coordination with higher leadership. A HMG is usually supported by multiple assistants.



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Machinegunner, Medium
Tier IV Core Infantry Role

A Medium Machinegunner or MMG has the ability to place sustained accurate fire in high volume on the enemy is capable of inflicting a large number of casualties in short order when properly employed. Medium machineguns typically fire a 7.62x51mm caliber bullet or larger - significantly more powerful than the infantry's normal rounds. An MMG has a longer range than an automatic rifle, and by default are loaded to fire daylight-visible tracer ammunition every fifth round. When employed in a base-of-fire or support-by-fire position, or when employed in the defense, MMGs are a powerful asset to any unit.



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SF Operator
Tier IV Qualified Core Infantry Role

Special forces operators are core members of special operation force units. In regular infantry terms an Operator is similar to a Rifleman, but operators are much more experienced and along with all special operations personnel, demonstrate an elevated understanding of all concepts, including of other disciplines such as unconventional insertion methods, medical and leadership. Another vital difference is the equipment they use and have access to, which is far superior and more flexible than regular forces. Like other special operations roles, the SF Operator is tasked with performing the most complex, classified, and dangerous missions directed.

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