AA3 Main Menu
The Soldier overview is the first screen the player sees when loading the game. The overview provides players with an overview of their career advancement, statistics, available training, and other data.
The achievements page provides a player information about the various achievements in America's Army 3. From here, players can see the requirements for various achievements and any progress they have made on those achievements. Achievements are broken down into three categories: Coins, Ribbons and Badges/Medals. Coins can be won multiple times, and awarded for meeting milestones in multiplayer action. Ribbons, Badges and Medals are awarded primarily for excelling at training, but some are also awarded for some multiplayer activities
The statistics page provides information on player performance in multiplayer games. Players will be able to see where they have hit enemy players and where they have been hit. In addition, they will be able to see their in-game statistics on scoring and general performance in multiplayer games.
In the U.S. Army, Basic Combat Training (BCT) is a nine-week training course in which recruits go through the process of becoming full-fledged Soldiers. Throughout the process, they learn new rules, learn to trust themselves and understand what it means to be a Soldier in the U.S. Army. In America's Army, Basic Combat Training (BCT) is the formal introduction to not only U.S. Army Soldiering, but also to the core game mechanics used when playing the game. The training events throughout BCT strives to give the authentic feel of real Army training, while also providing the player with valuable tutorials on the basics of playing America's Army.
Successful completion of BCT allows access to Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) training, which allows the player to specialize in one of the class roles of America's Army 3.
After graduating from Basic Combat Training (BCT) as an 11-B Infantryman you can pursue a career to refine your skills in your chosen specialty, or to broaden your skills through other specialties and a secondary MOS. Other specialties will unlock additional equipment that you will be able to employ in online gameplay. A secondary MOS opens an entirely different skill set to you and your Fireteam, shifting the odds to your team's favor by employing other Army disciplines or assets to the battlefield. A secondary MOS usually requires more advancement points than 11-B specialty training but offers a wider career path.
The server browser displays a list of all currently available servers. Two other viewing options are available, one under the Favorites tab, displays any server you have marked as a favorite using the Add To Favorites button at the bottom of the browser. The other tab labeled History shows a list of all past servers you have played on. After selecting a server, you may either click the Join button located in the lower right of the browser panel, or just double click the server name in the browser. The Refresh List button will update the list of servers.
The server browser displays a list of all currently available LAN servers. There is an option to set your Soldier's name at the bottom of the browser, this defaults to the last Soldier name you logged in with. After selecting a server, you may either click the Join button located in the lower right of the browser panel, or just double click the server name in the browser. The Refresh List button will update the list of servers.
The Locations panel displays a list of all the current maps and places them onto the overall map of the Czervenian area. Each map has a small description, and clicking on the Details button located in the lower right of the panel will bring up much richer information and the option to explore the map in single player.
About The Army
The U.S. Army, a key component of the U.S. Armed Forces, is made up of the best-trained, most dedicated and most respected Soldiers in the world — protecting America’s freedoms at home and abroad, securing our homeland, and defending democracy worldwide.
A Soldier in the U.S. Army is the embodiment of physical strength, emotional strength and strength of purpose. As a Soldier, you will be combat-ready at all times, trained to counter any threat, anywhere and prepared to serve our country whenever and wherever you are needed.
Being a Soldier means you’re always learning. In the Army, you can take advantage of many job and leadership training opportunities that will give you the skills to succeed in the Army and in life and the strength not only to follow but also to lead.
There is no limit to the opportunities in the Army so there’s no limit to what you can learn and achieve. The Army strengthens you, and your future, with expert training in one of over 150 different jobs for Soldiers on Active Duty and over 120 jobs for Soldiers in the Army Reserve.
From working with computers to assisting physicians to fixing helicopters, there’s an Army job right for you — providing the experience that will give you an edge over those in the civilian world. The Army also offers you money for college and the chance to interview with America’s top corporations.
The training and salary you get as a Soldier are only some of the ways the Army strengthens you for tomorrow. The Army also offers money for education, comprehensive health care, generous vacation time, family services and support groups, special pay for special duties, and cash allowances to cover the cost of living.
To be a U.S. Army Soldier is to be a part of the strongest fighting force in the world. You’ll spend your days training, working and serving together to protect America’s freedoms. But you’ll also have time after work for family, friends and personal interests. From recruitment to retirement, the U.S. Army provides a unique and diverse lifestyle for Soldiers.
"Real Heroes" are the means by which America's Army celebrates those brave men and women of the U.S. Army who have shown the courage and valor to warrant the title of Hero. America's Army Real Heroes attend public conventions such as the Virtual Army Experience (VAE), are the subject of a selection of Action Figures and interact with the public via the America's Army website.
The controls interface allows you to modify your player controls. When the desired changes have been made, click accept to apply the changes.
Through the interface settings panel, you can adjust the transparency of your HUD, the set-up of the chat box, radial menu colors, or whether certain HUD elements are contextual or always on. If a HUD element is set to contextual, it will only appear when something changes such as damage, equipment change, or similar events. An element set to always on, will show all the time. Elements set to always off will never appear.
Users can use this panel to adjust their video settings to take advantage of their monitor and graphic card capabilities.
Users can use this panel to adjust their audio settings to take advantage of their sound card capabilities.
Through this panel, players can make changes to their account settings, active Soldier appearance, and personal data.
The parental controls panel allows parents and guardians to eliminate a younger player from seeing blood and participating in Voice Chat. To put parental controls into effect the guardian must set up a password.
This function allows players to change to a different Soldier.
This command will log the player out of the game and return the player to the login screen, allowing another user to log in with a different account.
This function will exit the game and return the user to Windows.