1. Steam Name?:
2. Steam ID?:
3. Roster Name?:
4. Current Rank?:
5. When were you promoted?:
6. How long have you been a member of GENSEC (roughly)?:
7. Do you promise to uphold all rules instated by GamingLight and by the many Security guidelines?:
8. Do you promise to uphold your duties as a command member in leadership, mentoring, problem-solving, etc.?:
9. Do you promise that you will listen and respect your lower / higher rankings?:
Yes, always have.
10. Why do you want to become a senior command member? (150 WORDS+):
As senior command, I feel like I can bring more of myself into the Gensec branch. CPT is a nice rank for sure, and one I have not taken for granted. However If I were to become a Major, I feel as if the ideals I place on security can be implemented more and ultimately bring me closer to the goal of making Gensec fun for everyone in my own way. A little bit of Ape's homecooked Spice if you will. In my time as a member of Gensec, I have witnessed the scrapping of our entire command and their replacement. I was lucky enough to be one of the members of this "new command" era and I can safely say that It is much more fun for me now than it has been for a long time. I've been here for 9 months yet 6 of those were spent as a Sargent Major. Yet I still stayed loyal, never went inactive, never transferred, and kept trying and trying again. Each time I was rejected I changed what the issue regarding me was and adapted to better fit the role I desired to obtain. I have no issues laying down the rules, and also have no issues admitting to my mistakes and lapses of judgement. That coupled with the fact that I am not someone that lets our branch be trampled on, makes me feel like I have a good older brother sort of appearance too our lower ranks. Which I enjoy because though rules and strict behavior is important for sure, security is also meant to be fun and enjoyable. It's a game, a game we have invested hundreds of hours into. I think that as a Major, my culmination of experience and what I've accomplished with other members of command will not go to waste, and will allow me to impact this branch more than I ever could have before. My ultimate wish is to leave a mark on security, not a gross and foul one, but a mark that will stay engrained in the heads of those in our branch even after I leave (whenever that may be, not anytime in the next few years I assure you). If I obtained the Rank of Major, I would be closer to that ultimate goal. So yeah, that's about all I got. I am lucky enough to be a Deputy head of the exciting new wardens branch, and being a Major would also help me gain influence in that field. As all other Warden command members are SCMD+.
11. What would you do if a Security Officer was constantly leaving D Block?:
I would direct them back to D-block and once in an area they are allowed to be in with no permission required, I would ask them what they were doing in LCZ without permission. After receiving the answer (or lack there of) I would explain to them that they needed NCO+ Permission to go into LCZ, and even then it is only for specific purposes. Once I'm sure they understood, I would go back to my duties and make sure they do theirs. If they did it again, I would be forced to strike them.
12. What would you do if an NCO kept on leaving d-block with terrible reasons?:
I would tell them that their reasons are flawed and not useful or acceptable at all as an excuse. Since they are an NCO I would be a bit less lenient than I would be if they wre a new enlisted. NCO's Should be held to a higher standard so I would tell him not to leave D-block again unless he had an actual reason or else I would take action.
13. What do you do if an E-11 private comes into d block and attempts to take command of all of the security?:
I would inform them that they hold no power whilst I am there and in most cases wouldn't hold power anyway. Due to their refusal to cooperate I would ask them to leave D-Block and if they still would not abide by the rules, I would contact a superior officer and as a final resort a member of the Moderation/Admin team.
14. Explain the process of promoting a corporal to sergeant in your own words:
I would explain how much of a jump enlisted to NCO is and how they will be held to a much higher standard and be expected to set an example toward the Lower ranks. I would tell them how they can now be trained for JFTO. I would also inform them that as a SGT they can now lead patrols in LCZ, and also enter LCZ with good reason. Which entails giving enlisted Permission to leave D-Block as well. I'd tell them that they would now have the ability to call hands up and Partial Lockdown on DEFCON 3, and that hands up should be activated if there are more than Three D-Class rioting. Same applies for Partial Lockdown which should only be called when there are Five or more D-Class rioting. I would lastly hand them the link to the NCO guide and suggest they read it carefully before having them request their tags in discord and giving them their whitelists.