On This Week: ACP Training Regiments Reforms

BLIZZARD, Shamrock Bulletin Headquarters – In the next edition of our Saturday column: On This Week, we take a trip back to this time last year which saw the reformation of the Army of Club Penguin Training Regiment.

First opened in 2008, the Army of Club Training Regiment has seen of 200 cadets graduate and go on to become Army of Club Penguin moderators and leadership members!

The ACPTR has been through many iterations throughout ACP’s history, even being called the Army of Club Penguin Boot Camp at one point! After briefly opening in December 2019, the Training Regiment permanently reopened on May 7th 2020, with ACPTR Director Max at the helm.

Then ACPTR Director Max announces the Regiment’s relaunch in May 2020

This first course consisted of an Opening Ceremony, a Formations class, a Tactics class, two History classes and two battles. This format is extremely to those experienced by cadets up until April 2021’s course which the new ACPTR Director Daniel, or ‘Director Dan’, revamped.


The ACPTR has more planned soon, with a special event and another month of lessons to be announce in the future.


And there you have it – a quick glance back in time to a previous event in ACP history! I’ll be back next week with another edition of “On This Week”, taking a look at the past history of Club Penguin or Club Penguin Armies!

What do YOU think? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

AgentFrog

ACP Moderator & Shamrock Bulletin Reporter

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2 Responses

  1. Wow – a whole year ago?!

  2. Nice post frog!

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