Androntel added a topic in US MilitaryUS High Command GuideUS High Command Guide:
Vice Commanders / Commanders
As a (vice) Commander you are in charge of the majority of a single branch. This comes with immense responsibility, and must be handled seriously, and honestly. You will be looked up to by enlisted and officers alike, and you will be watched carefully to see if you are ready for the next step in your career of becoming a General. Individual responsibilities are as follows:
Keep Roster Updated / Keep Tabs on Officers / Manage Special Forces Applications / Provide Input for Meetings
Keep Roster Updated / Keep Tabs on Officers and Vice Commanders / Manage Special Forces and CPT Applications / Create Branch Meetings
The roster must be kept updated AT ALL TIMES. Failure to keep the promotion responses up to date, will result in disciplinary action. Each promotion must be filled completely with the promoter, the promotion date, the join date, and a update status. Also be sure to keep the rank icons updated within the removal section, at the bottom of each roster.
*To get access message the current GOA on the forums*
As a (vice) commander, it is your job to oversee the training and implementation of new captains. A captain can be trained by any COL+, but it is your job to ensure that the training goes smoothly. Each captain should be trained in the topics of promotion and demotion limits, promotion responses, tryouts, new responsibilities, and situational reactions.
As a Vice Commander or Commander you are REQUIRED to be prepared each US Officer Meeting. To prepare for these, you must fill out the following -
This lets your higher ups know exactly what is going in your branch, and what improvements might need to be made. Failure to have this ready on the day of the meeting may result in disciplinary action.
While you are able to transfer any enlisted for another branch to yours, the following application must be filled out for officers to transfer. http://gaminglight.com/main/topic/14600-transferring-branches-format-for-officers/
An officer must fill this out, and have it accepted to be able to transfer. Any vice commander or commander found transferring without use of this application will be punished. The same applies to if the vcmdr themselves wishes to transfer.
****Finally, each Vice Commander and Commander should be sure to contact their branch general weekly to check in, and ask any questions that may be needed.
******REMINDER: Even though you are a (vice) commander, you are still restricted to commanding and promoting those in YOUR OWN BRANCH ONLY!
Brigadier General / Major General:
CONGRATS! You have become a general, and have entered the world of endless responsibilities and demands. First order of business, is to be assigned a branch to control. Most commonly this will be the branch you previously resided in, but if you are needed elsewhere you may be assigned differently. In any event, it is always a good idea to make an introductory post, explaining who you are, and what your plans for the branch are.
As a general, it is your job to lead and keep track of a certain branch. This must be done in a completely respectful, honest, and responsible manner. As a general, not only does an entire branch look up to you, but many other members of different branches do as well. You must be sure to stay vigilante throughout the forums, teamspeak, and any time you are on the server.
Activity as a general is a daunting task. You must be sure to be active on teamspeak every day, and on the server as much as you can. At any time you may be needed by a higher up, or a soldier under your command, and it is essential that you are there for them. REMINDER: You may not be on weekends as a VCMDR+. Forum activity is also a must. You should be checking the forums, specifically your branch thread and access any topics that may need your attention.
It is your job to keep your vice commanders and commander in check, and make sure that they are doing their job. If their job fails to be completed, and no action is taken, you will suffer the consequences. As well as branch high command, it is also your job to oversee the management of your officers, and your special forces. Be aware of each officers activity, and status so that you may have an effiecent and active branch.
At every US Officer Meeting, you will be consulted on any topics that you feel may need to be brought up to the entire US. You may also be counted on to lead these meetings, in the instance of no higher ups being available. Be sure to go over every topic, and ask for topics that the officers may wish to mention.
As a general of a branch, you are permitted to promote to any rank within your own branch, and may choose both your commanders, and vice commanders. You are also permitted to promote to the highest enlisted rank, in any main branch. You are NOT allowed to promote officers in other branches, unless you have the branch generals permission to do so.*Permission is a case by case basis*
Made by Androntel
Consulted by Cole
GUIDE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY TIME
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