Jakob Bids Farewell To Special Weapons And Tactics

MAMMOTH, Special Weapons and Tactics Empire – A few days back, Jakob, one of the current leaders at Special Weapons and Tactics decided to retire from the army. What is the reason behind his retirement? How will this impact the army at large?

On June 10th, Jakob stepped down from the leadership of Special Weapons and Tactics. After a brief one-month hiatus, the army returned on May 19th, 2022, with new leadership, which Jakob was a part of. Having led for almost a month, Jakob decided to retire from the army, pertaining to real-life commitments. An official announcement about his departure has not been made. However, his request to remove the leader role from him in CPAHQ, had me inquire about the same.

Jakob’s message in the CPAHQ channel.

Jakob was recruited to the Ice Warriors on June 8th, 2020. He was associated with them for quite some time but left shortly after he was given Staff in Training. He then came across Special Weapons and Tactics and enlisted there. Having risen through the ranks quickly, Jakob was able to receive the role of Staff in Training there as well, in early 2021. He has been with the army since then and was a leader for a brief period before his retirement.

A recent event of the Special Weapons and Tactics.

CPAHQ had the opportunity to speak with Jakob about his thoughts on retiring, and his experience as a leader of the army.

How would you describe your time as a Leader in the army?

At the beginning, everything was going off really well. SWAT as a whole was getting stronger with the new leadership. Shortly after I’ve had things that collided with real life which led to my downfall.

Could you share some of your favorite memories of the army with me, if it’s not too personal?

My favorite memory from swat was when swat maxed 65+ at an event!
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Do you think you were able to execute all that you had planned for the army, during your time?

No. The maxes at events have been starting to look better, but I wish I could’ve recruited more.

Any final words of advice that you would like to give to the army?

As long as you keep trying without giving up, you can achieve great things!

Despite his short-lived leadership, Jakob has managed to create an impact on the army and shall be remembered for it. We wish him all the best in all his future endeavors and hope that he makes a return to the community soon.

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