In other, simpler words, I think that Buddye said this:
"The BDG is looking for BoBII v2.12 simulation testers."
Currently we have only 2 LW Commander Campaign testers (well, me too, but I have other priorities than pure game testing) and 2 (part time) RAF Single Player Campaign testers.
One thing that we do not want to do is screw up the RAF Single Player Campaign. It seems to be very much popular.
Me, I am a Commander war gamer kinda guy,
and so is Randy, whom has made the Campaign code changes to better reflect history and B of B military air unit operations.
Randy started with the 2D Campaign where most of the obvious code fakkups are.
He ain't no prop head, flight sim nut, and needs some 3D prop heads to test his songs.
Randy don't tell much about himself. Keeps his privacy close to his chest.
From what I know, he was US Army. Worked with the Army developing computer simulations for training purposes.
Then he had a physical Army training accident that cut his military career short.
Later... some drunk driver slammed into his car from the rear, and gave him a double whammy!
He refuses to use pain kill drugs, as he does not want to be addicted to drugs that slow up his sharp mind.
He has at least one teenage daughter.
I raised two teeny girls without too many problems.
One is now married to a (born in Viet Nam, Mekong Delta, 1973) US Air Force Staff Sergeant with a Top Secret Security Clearance.
My baby girl is married to a US Army Sergeant. Stationed Hawai'i.
Both men are good to my girls. I do wish that Josh the soldier would sell his Suzuki motor cycle that he ain't ridden in a year and a half!
and get it out of my garage, so I can park my 2004 Mustang convertible without bumping his wasted bike!
Josh, whom is Hawai'in, Irish, and Filipino is currently Army training in Arkansas.
I told him to tell them white red necked Arkys that it is not Little Rock, but properly called Little Cock!
Josh, tho soft spoken.. is big enough to get away with it!
My mind spirals ~
Randy never mentioned if he was Enlisted or Officer.
As a Navy enlisted man, I narrowed my eyes at Academy Officers, and only respected mustangs, rise up to Chief Warrant Officer leaders.
Randy, if he were serving in WWII as an enlisted man, would be one that received a Battlefield Commission to Officer.
He knows things, would survive, and knows how to lead men. I follow him.