Welcome to the Community Radar, or as we also call it: #COMRAD. With so much happening in the world, we thought we'd cover some of the greatest community content that was shared over the past month. Let's check it out!


In this mash up of time, Span Oddity shows us what a Livonian Defense Force victory parade might look like. There are lots of details to enjoy with armor, infantry, and even cheering civilians.

Some extra breaking news from the region of Livonia is brought to us by an AAN journalist. These intense images were taken by Sparky and truly puts us in the situation as it's unfolding. Fantastic reporting!

Let's see if you can wrap your mind around this screenshot. Here we get a rare glimpse into the mind of Captain Scott Miller as puzzling and complex as it can be. Hopefully, you don't get trapped in there or you may never know which way is up! Thanks for capturing this Section 20 Ul.

Our community is certainly multi-talented and artists like Rexy Barsilio (GrnM) prove that with their drawing ability. In this image, we see a lone CTRG soldier patrolling the woods in this incredibly well-drawn illustration. We look forward to seeing more of your creations!


The CUP team recently celebrated a five year anniversary of their very first release with a special patch to their mod to denote the occasion. You can read up on what was added and some of their future plans over on the forums. Congratulations to their team and we look forward to seeing what you bring to the community next!

John Barker is flying into action and showing off some work-in-progress renders of their latest project, the H225M/EC725. It's looking fantastic so far and we can't wait to see the final result.

Looks like RKSL Studios is having a lot of fun testing out their work-in-progress Panther CLV. Take all the time you need as I'm sure the community will definitely enjoy driving it around soon.


If you're looking for useful tips and tactics of Arma 3, community veteran Dslyecxi recently gave his well-known Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures guide (TTP3) a visual upgrade; introducing a one-page view, enhancing the layout for readers. We'd definitely recommend you give it a look if you're new to the game, as well as his Community Guide video series on a variety of topics.

The 42 Commando community has put out an all call for new players. They are an Arma 3 milsim community based on modern Royal Marines. If you're interested, you can learn more on their website.

Speaking of Arma units, it looks like our Community Manager Nillers recently had a fantastic time playing with the 3rd Rangers Battalion. He's always looking for new groups to play with though. If you want him to come to hang out for one of your sessions, shoot him a message on Twitter or reach out via Discord.

With the world in its current condition, we would like to use this moment to say we hope everyone is safe and healthy out there. Help healthcare professions flatten the curve by practicing proper social distancing. This image by Whiplash says it best: stay home and play Arma.


Armor is a big part of the Arma environment. In this cinematic short, Silas highlights the different tanks and vehicles available to use in-game. An outstanding display of skill!

If you're looking for ways to improve your cinematic, Arma videos Ceb Cin has 5 Quick Tips just for you in his latest cinematic tutorial. These tips and tricks can help your video stand out and easy to learn.

If you're more into modding Arma rather than artwork or cinematics, Gunter Severloh has a brand new tutorial on how you can sign your addons or mods. It's a step-by-step process and great for new modders in the community!


Be sure to join Chewie every week as he plays with Task Force 132 live streaming over on their Twitch channel. A friendly, laid back environment for you to enjoy watching in-depth, milsim operations or other tactical games.


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If you would like to suggest content for next month's #COMRAD, make sure you tag @Arma3official or #Arma3 on Twitter, or submit your suggestions to Nillers.