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Warrior Ranks

 

Major

The Major is the rank reserved for the Commander of the Warriors. The Major is in control on the battlefield and decides the scheme of attack based on input from Intel gathered by Warrior recon (SOF) and Patrol Leader recommendations. He also determines the succession of command in case he is unable to continue. When possible he will prepare an OPORD (Operations Order) to outline the mission of the Company.

 

Captain (XO)

A Captain is the second highest rank in the Company. The Captain serves as the 2IC (Second in Command).  He is responsible for scheduling and reporting the results of matches.  He will also attend all matches that the Commander can't attend.  He does not however necessarily lead the unit in battle.  That will be left to the discretion of the Commander.  The XO will also aid the commander in administrative data for the Warriors.  

  1st Lieutenant
A 1st Lieutenant is the rank reserved for Squad leaders.  A Squad consists of 10-15 Warriors. These members will lead the Warriors into battle, help the Commander in formulating a decision, and ensure their squad understands the mission. They will also when needed schedule training for the squad or individual Warriors. If the training is scheduled they or their second in command needs to be there, to evaluate and participate.

  2nd Lieutenant (PLT XO)
A 2nd Lieutenant serves as the 2IC (Second in Command) in the Squad.  He will  attend all matches that the Squad Leader can't attend.  The XO will also aid the Squad Leader in administrative data for the Squad.  The administrative data includes but is not limited to: ensuring Wilco is up prior to practices/matches and tracking kills for the platoon and reporting them to the Warrior XO.  Any other administrative data will be determined by the Squad Leader.

  First Sergeant
The First Sergeant is the senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the Company. They have the responsibility to ensure that Warriors remain disciplined in battle. They must limit the amount of time taken by the leaders to direct the platoon. This allows the leaders to command the platoon and not get decisively engaged where the platoon suffers.   Warriors can attain the rank of First Sergeant based on performance or direct appointment based on performance.   A Warrior with 300 multiplayer kills and 50 multiplayer matches will be promoted to Sergeant.

  Platoon Sergeant
The Platoon Sergeant is the senior Non-Commissioned Officer in the Squad. They have the responsibility to ensure that Warriors remain disciplined in battle. They must limit the amount of time taken by the leaders to direct the platoon. This allows the leaders to command the platoon and not get decisively engaged where the platoon suffers. The NCOs are the backbone of the squad starting with the Platoon Sergeant.  Warriors can also attain the rank of Platoon Sergeant based on performance.  A Warrior with 200 multiplayer kills and 35 multiplayer matches will be promoted to Sergeant.

  Staff Sergeant
The Section Sergeant serves as senior Team Leaders and is responsible for six Warriors. Two teams form a squad.  They will lead them into battle ensuring they adhere to the guidance given by the commander. All of their actions should seek to complete the mission successfully. Actions at the smallest level is what will make the larger organization successful. As a result these Warriors should be very experienced.  Warriors can also attain the rank of Staff Sergeant based on performance.  A Warrior with 150 multiplayer kills and 25 multiplayer matches will be promoted to Sergeant.

  Sergeant
Sergeant's serve as the Fire Team leader's for the squad. A Fire Team is made up of two Warriors and two Fire Teams form a squad. The team leader should be prepared to take control of the squad in case the Section Sergeant is hurt and can't continue. The Team Leader should also understand the mission and CDRs intent.  Warriors can also attain the rank of Sergeant based on performance.  A Warrior with 100 multiplayer kills and 25 multiplayer matches will be promoted to Sergeant.

Corporal
A Corporal has 75 multiplayer kills and has participated in 20 multiplayer matches.

Specialist
A Specialist has completed all requirements for the lower ranks and has 50 multiplayer kills.  Any Warrior looking to attain the rank of specialist should also have participated in 15 matches. 

  Private First Class
A Private First Class has proven proficiency through the completion of training missions for their chosen specialty.  Warriors are promoted to PFC after successful completion of the required training missions for their specialty and participation in 8 matches or practices.

Private 
A Private  is a new member to the Warriors whose only mission is to become proficient at their assigned specialty. Prior to promotion they will have proven proficiency by completing the training mission for their chosen specialty and have attended four practices or matches.