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About the Author: Jörn Schlepper, also known as Sonderbilder, is a video gamer that likes to write, play some video games and also enjoy German Army games. He is currently an officer in the 2nd Armored Cavalry Brigade, which is a company which is in the 2nd Land Army and has the special task of protecting the front lines in Germany. He is also a member of the Gebirgschaft (army) and has a good number of gaming buddies. You can find more about him on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. He also works for some companies in Germany such as the company that developed the T-90S tank. About the Authors: Jörn Schlepper is the lead writer of German Army Army Gaming. He is a member of the German Army Gaming community and has been playing video games for many years, since the early days. He has also played games such as Warcraft 3, Battlefield 3, and Call of Duty 3. He can be contacted on his Facebook profile, Twitter, and YouTube. This article is part of the series, " German Army Gaming " where I have already published two articles about gaming in the German army. The second article will be published on the 22nd of May, so stay tuned! As always, I would like to thank my friends, colleagues and family for their kind attention and support during this process. I am sure that you all will enjoy reading this article as much as I did writing it! Jörn Schlepper, Lead Gamer: German Army Army Gaming - Germany (German Army) This is a new series for my German Army article series, where I'm going to tell you a bit about my experience in gaming in the German Army and also talk about how I have become a gamer, how I got into gaming and what it's like to become an active member of the German gaming community. If you would like to know more about what I'm doing now, you can check out the previous articles here. I have already covered a few different topics and so there will be more to come! To start off, I would like to take a few moments to talk about my personal background and gaming background. My father was born in the former Nazi occupied territories of the Ukraine and Czechoslovakia, and he was raised in the United american single girls States by a couple of German war-time veterans. After the fall of the Third having a boyfriend in the army Reich in 1945, I lived for a while in the Czech Republic and Germany, then moved to France. I lived in France until 1989, when I moved back to Germany and worked for a company that produced military products.
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