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ACS Squadron Policy


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Ace Combat Skies Squadron Policy


Just like the Ace Combat Skies (ACS) Forum Rules, the ACS Squadron Policy only applies within ACS.


Squadron Creation


Any member of ACS can start their own squadron on ACS, unless he or she unable to post.

The ACS staff can and will shut down a squadron if the squadron is violating ACS Forum Rules in any way.


Squadron Recruiting


ACS squadrons can not recruit new ACS members within seven days of their registration.

New ACS members can join any squadron on their own, regardless of how long they have been a member.


Squadron Folders


ACS squadrons are eligible for a squadron folder when they acquire at least 10 active ACS members.
  • Squadron leaders or officers of the respective squadron must request for a squadron folder by sending a private message to the administrators: Pandazooka and/or Zaku.
  • The request should also contain a link to the squadron thread in ACS and/or the squadron roster. This makes it easier for the administrator to find the squadron and its members.
Squadron folders will be removed if the squadron disbands, or is considered inactive by the ACS staff.


Squadron Conflicts (Actual Hostility Between Squadrons)


ACS staff will not take the responsibility of settling squadron disputes.

ACS staff will continue to carry on their moderation duties unbiased toward any squadron or member.





The ACS Squadron Policy is subject to change, and members will be notified via posts by the adminitrators stating revisions have been made to the policy.

By having a squadron presence in ACS, you adhere to the ACS Squadron Policy in addition to the ACS Forum Rules.




If you have questions, comments, or suggestion in regards to the ACS Squadron Policy, send a private message to Pandazooka. You will receive a response as soon as possible.

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Ace Combat Skies Squadron Policy


Just like the Ace Combat Skies (ACS) Forum Rules, the ACS Squadron Policy only applies within ACS.


Squadron Creation


Any member of ACS can start their own squadron on ACS, unless he or she unable to post.

The ACS staff can and will shut down a squadron if the squadron is violating ACS Forum Rules in any way.


Squadron Recruiting


ACS squadrons can not recruit new ACS members within seven days of their registration.

New ACS members can join any squadron on their own, regardless of how long they have been a member.


Squadron Folders


ACS squadrons are eligible for a squadron folder when they acquire at least 10 active ACS members.
  • Squadron leaders or officers of the respective squadron must request for a squadron folder by sending a private message to the administrators: Pandazooka and/or Zaku.
  • The request should also contain a link to the squadron thread in ACS and/or the squadron roster. This makes it easier for the administrator to find the squadron and its members.
Squadron folders will be removed if the squadron disbands, or is considered inactive by the ACS staff.


Squadron Conflicts (Actual Hostility Between Squadrons)


ACS staff will not take the responsibility of settling squadron disputes.

ACS staff will continue to carry on their moderation duties unbiased toward any squadron or member.





The ACS Squadron Policy is subject to change, and members will be notified via posts by Pandazooka stating revisions have been made to the policy.

By having a squadron presence in ACS, you adhere to the ACS Squadron Policy in addition to the ACS Forum Rules, and the Terms of Service.




If you have questions, comments, or suggestion in regards to the ACS Squadron Policy, send a private message to Pandazooka. You will receive a response as soon as possible.

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