The Founding of the SFSS Clan

This page is a chapter in the book Clan History.
The 1stSF/SS originally started out as two teams: The 1stSF and the 17thSS.

The 1st Special Service Forces (1stSF) was founded on November 15th 2002 as an ultra-realism clan for Medal of Honor: Allied Assault named after the famed World War II unit. 1stSF was founded on the principles of real life war making. Many of its early members were ex-service men and ex/current law enforcement agents. Each member had a love for world war two and tactical game play and all came with ideas on how to make it better. 1stSF is one of the oldest and most popular world war two gaming clans on the net.

The 17 Schultzstaffel (17thSS) was started also in 2002 but the exact date is unknown. The 17thSS was started as a small group of people dedicated to the tactical cause and brought their own flavor into it. They were a relatively unknown team until the time they met the 1stSF. During the year 2003 the teams decided that since they loved playing with each other so much why not merge. The two groups merged in April of 2003 to form the 1stSF/17thSS. The clans name was later shortened to 1stSF/SS. It is now known as the "SFSS"

SFSS is neither an Allied or Axis team. We use the US army rank structure to help with organization and show tenure and leadership. (you don't need to call anyone sir!)

The SFSS is also the grandfather of the KRM, PRM and WRM realism mods for MohAA, CoD, Cod:UO and CoD 2.

Most recently SFSS is excited to be part of a community that is playing Squad. We host servers and participate in matches and tournaments on a regular basis.



For additional information check out these links:

Rules
Teamspeak
Gametracker
WRM Mod

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