- 05 December 2013 by Brando, in Do You Even Strategy, Bro?,Featured Articles,Game ReviewsMilitaryGamers.com is a community for current and former US Military members tha...READ MORE +
In Our Own Words...
"I'm really proud of what we've managed to accomplish here! MilitaryGamers.com is an amazing community with fantastic members! It just keeps getting better and better year after year."
Wilson, USMC, Prior Service
"I love coming home to a community that understands what I deal with on a daily basis. I don't have to worry about my guild kicking me out or having weird activity requirements that I can't meet with my OPSTEMPO. They just understand my service."
Brando, USAF, Active Duty
"I've been out of the military for over ten years and missed the camaraderie. When I found and joined Military Gamers, I felt like I was amongst brothers again."
HomerNC, USA, Prior Service
"I found MilitaryGamers.com about a year back. Right from the start I saw that this community was there for each other, myself included. I've never really fit in with other gaming communities but within MG I have always felt at home and this is probably the last gaming community that I will ever need to look for!"
SPC Erik, USA, Reserves
"Largest gaming community I've been a part of. MG covers a diverse game library, with everything from ArmA to World of Warplanes, with games such as PlanetSide 2, Payday, Star Trek Online, and War Thunder. I'm looking forward to playing The Elder Scrolls Online and EverQuest Next with them in the future. They also extend beyond the games with support outreach for vets who suffer from PTSD and other life issues. All in all, a gaming family I'm proud to be a part of."
Namod, USAF, Prior Service
"I am a National Guard soldier and I love the camaraderie that I get from Military Gamers. I joined Military Gamers two years ago as a young buck at the ripe old age of twenty. I grew up in a military family and six of my uncle's served. As a kid I loved listening to their stories and being with these guys and gals reminds me of those days."
Altrichter, USA, Guard
When I started gaming when I was younger I was unsure of what I was looking for. As I got older I went looking for a brotherhood and I found it in MilitaryGamers with my Brothers in Arms. I will never look back.
Ronin6113, USMC/USA, Active Duty