FAoS Rank Structure

Private (PVT) - The Private has only one responsibility, and that is to PARTICIPATE!  This means attending meetings and gamenights, and engage with other members.

 

Corporal (CPL) - The Corporal is the first step up into what FAoS is.  It is awarded to those privates who have shown loyalty and promise, and strive to be a part of something greater than themselves.

 

Sergeant (SGT) - A Sergeant is one who has shown remarkable promise in recruiting, and shares leadership skills and values with the community.  This rank is awarded after his/her third recruit.

 

Staff

 

    Disclaimer: any and all staff positions are VOLUNTEER ranks.  The failure to perform the assigned duties of the rank at hand may result in a demotion.

 

Lieutenants (4-1LT) The Lieutenant is the first Staff rank available. Lieutenants must have at least 5 recruits and 2 meetings attended before becoming a Lieutenant. They have the job to assist Captains if need be and ensure that SGT´s are ready to take a Lieutenants Tests and that all lower ranks are using the FAoS clan tag if they do not have FAoS name change.

 

Captains (4-1CPT) Each Captain must have 8 recruits and at least 3 meetings attended to become a Captain.Each captain has a specific and important job to uphold. One is no more important than another and it is important to remember this to achieve the maximum synergy possible.

 

     4th Captain - The 4th Captain is responsible for aiding the 3rd Captain in recruiting matters.  

 

     3rd Captain - The 3rd Captain heads any recruiting matters within a squad.  If a member shows great promise and needs recruits, the Major may send the 3rd Captain to deal with it.  

 

     2nd Captain - The 2nd Captain is responsible for spreading the social media outlets around the squad and ensuring as many people as possible in the Squad are signed up on the FAoS social media outlets.

 

     1st Captain - The 1st Captain is the aid to the General in matters such as meetings, gamenights, and any over all messages or just any task the general provides for his/her 1st Captain.

 

            Major

The Major is in charge of ensuring that recruiting within the lower ranks of the squad and the staff is flowing to the highest standards.The Major needs to also evaluate each members profile in there squad to ensure that each member has the correct location and bio. The Major also has the power to promote someone within the lower ranks to Sgt. The Major also has the power to perform Lieutenants and Captains tests with the Generals approval. The Major also is allowed access to the Squad Tag.

 

            Colonel

The Colonel is in charge of ensuring that the staff ranks including Major are executing there individuals jobs at the highest level. The Colonel does have the power to demote or replace a staff member if that certain is not performing to the standards set by the Colonel, as long as the General agrees. The Colonel also has the power to perform a Lieutenants or Captains test with the Generals approval. The Colonel also is allowed access to the Squad Tag.

          

            General                             

The General is the highest rank you can achieve within a squad. The job of a General is to hold at least 2 meetings and 1 game night a week. Keep the squad tag active and ensure messages are being sent out about media and announcements as well as reminder messages about meetings and gamenights. The General also will be required to give Lieutenants and Captains Tests and higher. The General also will manage the CMS for his/her squad. The General needs to always have contact with his/her staff and needs to be able to coordinate with the Colonel and Major to host the meeting or game night if he/her cannot host it.

 

                                        Division Staff

 

     Co-Founder - The Co-Founder is a Rank awarded to those who know what it means to split a squad.  They must also be exemplary leaders and be capable of leading two squads simultaneously.

 

     Founder - The Founder should be more experienced then a Co-Fo (Co-Founder) and should be capable of leading four squads at a time.

 

     Co-Division Leader - The Co-Div (Co-Division Leader) is one Founder who has shown his loyalty and devotion to his community.  He/She has the responsibility to ensure that the Division is growing at a consistent rate, and the community healthy.

 

     Division Leader - The role Div Leader is a very important important one, and is at the peak of any community leadership position possible.  He/She has in their hands the entirety of their division; the safety, the continual growth, and everlasting prosperity of said division.  To ensure this, a Div Leader must host a Division Staff Meeting every week, in which the Founders and Co-Founders convene and share the state of each squad.