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Frequently Asked Questions

Q:
What are MilPoints?
A:
They're sort of like frequent flyer points for Milnet.ca.

Q:
Who can collect MilPoints?
A:
All registered users can earn MilPoints.

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How do I collect MilPoints?
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MilPoints are automatically accrued by contributing to Milnet.ca, and can also be purchased directly. Here are the ways you can earn (or lose!) MiPoints on Milnet.ca:
ActionPoints
New Topic20
Topic Removed-30
New Post10
Post Removed-15
New Quote10
Quote Removed-20
New Calendar Entry10
Calendar Entry Removed-20
1 Hour Online20
For every $ spent at the Milnet.ca Store *10
For every $ when purchased directly*, **200

The top 5 MilPoints earners each day will also be given a bonus of 100, 50, 25, 15 and 10 points respectively. More importantly, users can "assess" another user based on their posts, rewarding or docking them up to 300 MilPoints. (Users with more MilPoints themselves will be able to punish or reward higher amounts.) Occasionally, MilPoints may be given away as part of a promotion or contest, or to reward exceptional activity. Users who are placed on warning will have MilPoints automaticlly deducted.
* When purchasing via PayPal
** Add a bonus 5% for each 1,000 MilPoints purchased

Q:
How many MilPoints do you need to "assess" another user's conduct?
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Anyone can assess anyone else's conduct immediately. How much you can award or deduct depends on your own MilPoints balance:
Your balanceYour max assessment
0-49925
500-99940
1000-199960
2000-4999100
5000-9999150
10000+300


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How do I "assess" another member's conduct?
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Simply click on the logo above that user's post and you will be taken to a screen where you can classify the user's post, choose how many points to award or deduct, and add some notes.

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Who can see my MilPoints history? Can I see another user's history?
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Everyone's history is completely public, including who assessed who and the note they left. To see another user's history, simply click on the image next to one of their posts.

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How do I see my own MilPoints history?
A:
You can check your MilPoints History page for details on what you've done to earn your points.

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What can I do with my MilPoints?
A:
You can spend your MilPoints on Afghan Operations, an online game developed for Facebook.

Q:
What is my current MilPoints balance?
A:
Your balance is: 0

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Who has the most MilPoints?
A:
Have a look at the MilPoints Statistics page for more information.
Military Word Of The Day
J Fd Wksp
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Today in Military History

August 26



1071:

Battle of Manzikert: The Seljuk Turks defeat the Byzantine Empire at Manzikert.


1346:

Hundred Years' War: The military supremacy of the English longbow over the French combination of crossbow and armoured knights was established at the Battle of Crécy.


1429:

Joan of Arc enters Paris.


1862:

U.S. Civil War: The Second Battle of Bull Run begins.


1914:

Germany defeats Russia in Battle of Tannenberg.


1914:

The British Expeditionary Force briefly checked the German advance at Le Cateau.


1918:

SCARPE, 1918, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 30 Aug 18)


1918:

The first battle of ARRAS, 1918, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 3 Sept 18)


1918:

VC won by Lt Charles Smith Rutherford, 5th Canadian Mounted Rifles Battalion, CEF, Monchy-le-Preux, France


1957:

The Soviet Union tests an ICBM.


55BC:

Julius Caesar invades Britain.




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