Elements of the choose your own adventure can be included, but mostly it's about offering a variety of mission types within the same event.
When I write a scenario I want it to be a cohesive story that is realistic and is immersive.
Some call this kind of thing "roleplaying" but in my opinion this is exactly what military simulation is about. People take on the role of a soldier, and they play that role with as much realism as they can.
This adds to the immersion of everyone
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If the tongue could cut as the sword does, the dead would be infinite