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How to Join The Hull Seals


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Step 1: Register

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and make an account. After that,registration, readyou upwill receive an email asking you to verify your account from Click on the SOPs,link in the email to verify your account. Note that verification links are only valid for 24 hours, but you can request a new one by logging into your account using the menu on our main page.

You should only make one account on our site. Any Alternate Names (such as multiple accounts) will all be associated with your account via our profile section. So speaking of...

Step 2: Fill Out your Profile

In order to feed your CMDR information into our database, and add your name to our paperwork and other forms, you need to complete some fields on our website. From your profile (which you can find here), You must fill out the "My CMDRs" section. You should also take this time to register a few IRC names, available through the same link. These will be explained in greater detail during your basic training.

Optionally, however, a fun thing to do is register some of your ships to get your own unique Seal Ship Registry Code. This is just for fun, however, and is not required.

Step 3: Basic Training

To ensure that all of our Seals are trained and ready to respond to any hull emergency, we have a two-step training process. In order to be trained, currently, you must join our Seal server. Once you have done so, following the instructions in Step 4. To sign up for training, add your name to the form, found at

In order to complete your virtual and in-game drills, it is required that you know and are familiar with our Standard Operating Procedures, or SOPs. The most up-to-date copies can be found at all times by visiting our Knowledge Base's copy, at


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In order to succeedbe asassigned cases, and to complete your drill, you are required to join two Discord servers. Discord is a chat platform and is our home for social events and cases while our IRC solutions are being developed.

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After your drill, you'll want to be assigned cases! Our SOPs explain how we assign cases, and welcomeyour youdrill toshould also cover much of this newsame family!material. We currently operate repairs out of Fleetcomm's Discord and the #Repair-Requests channel. You can join the Fleetcomm Discord at this link: Fleetcomm Discord.

    Once you've been trained, it's strongly encouraged for you to apply for and join the Fleetcomm private group, if able. However, it is not required to be in the Private Group to Seal.

    Add the active mechanic role of your platform, and wait for calls. While not incredibly common, the service you have volunteered to provide is essential for many CMDRs, and even being there as the safety net is a great service.

    Step 5: Your Drill

     After joining our Discord server, and registering for your drill, be sure to keep an eye on the training channels! You'll be informed as to your date, time, and location in-game of your drill or training. After attending and passing both parts of your training, you'll be granted full access to all sections of our server, and all the privileges as a member of the Hull Seals.

    Step 6: ARF!

    Congrats, CMDR! You've passed your drill and are now a fully registered Seal. Keep an eye out for cases, enjoy the community, eat lots and lots of fish, and most importantly, HAVE FUN! We look forward to seeing you star-side, CMDR.