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PostSubject: General Population Ranks of SRG   Wed Oct 12, 2011 11:41 am

Silent Recon Gaming has a list of ranks that are unlike other communities, each rank has its own meaning and limit to when it's reached by members.


Scout (Recruit Rank)

Scouts are new people seeking entry who must complete a week long trial and pass evaluation to gain entry into SRG. Once a Scout gains entry, they will be promoted to the rank of Agent. The trial week is where the Scout will learn about fighting as unit in game and being relied upon to follow through on that. The evaluation a Scout must pass is where we see if the Scout manages to take everything they've learned the past week and manage to put it into a real time scenario.


Agent (Private Rank)

Agents are people who have passed trial and evaluation and can now call themselves full members of SRG. An Agent is then required to sign up at the website, read the rules, find the people in the team they have been assigned to and associate with them. The key thing every agent will learn is, the unit is the greatest weapon of all, they will fight with their unit and die with their unit. Agents are not required to recruit people into SRG, however, that does not mean they are bound by this. If an Agent wishes to bring someone in they are more than allowed to do so. Agents must also attend team trainings whenever possible. The least amount of time for an Agent's next promotion is two (2) weeks, once they have at least two weeks in, they are eligible for promotion to the rank of Operative.


Operative (Corporal Rank)

Operatives are members who have shown dedication and willingness to be in SRG. These members can now considered themselves hardened and just like Agents are not required to recruit if they do not want to. It is, however, by this point Operatives must know a little knowledge on unit tactics and be able to use them in the field. They must be able to show unity even with members they do not get along with. Also an Operative is now eligible to start leading and assisting trainings inside the team. As they are still required to attend team trainings whenever possible they can now start using the ability to be the commander. The least amount of time for an Operative's next promotion is three (3) weeks, once they have put in at least another three weeks into SRG, they are eligible for promotion to the rank of Specialist.


Specialist (Sergeant Rank)

Specialists are members who have shown the ability to lead and help lead in combat, they have shown unity and loyalty to their fellow team members. It is now these members can call themselves veterans of SRG and still are not required to recruit just like Operatives and Agents. By now, Specialists must know the Honor Creed of SRG and will also have quite a bit of knowledge on unit tactics and battlefield strategy. Still having to go to team trainings whenever possible but also being more than able to lead them now. The leadership skills of a Specialist are now truly tested as well as organizational skills. Specialist are encouraged (but not required) to help new Agents in their team adjust to life in SRG, acting mainly as a mentor almost. A Specialist with also learn how to manage team issues in case something comes up between two team members. The least amount of time for a Specialist's next promotion is another three (3) weeks (and if the position is open), once a Specialist has put in at least three more weeks minimum they will be invited to attend Command Training and from there they will be selected for the rank of Vanguard and the position of Team Leader.


Vanguard (Lieutenant Rank)

Vanguards are members who have managed to complete Command Training I and have been selected to become Team Leaders. They have managed to demonstrate the ability to command effectively on and off the field. Vanguards are responsible for setting up training dates and times for their teams as well as holding a full, up to date, roster of their team. They also must be able to resolve issues amongst their members, if there are any. They too, are still not require to recruit if they do not want to. And also must attend meetings set by their Squad Leaders whenever possible. The least amount of time for a Vanguard's next promotion is one (1) month (and if the position is open), once a Vanguard has put in at least a month as there position of Team Leader, they will be invited to go through Command Training II to then be selected for the next rank of Commando and as an Element Leader.


Commando (Captain Rank)

Commandos are members who have managed to complete Command Training II and have been selected to become Element Leaders. These members have shown exceptional organizational skills to get where they are, their ability to command their people with beyond optimal efficiency on and off the field. A Commando must keep a full, up to date, roster of their element. Commandos must also attend meetings whenever possible that are set up by their Squad Leader. Commandos, however, must make the time for their people, by going into battle with them. Or by speaking to them publicly. Anything they can do to show they are a member first and a leader second helps. Commandos must become more of tacticians now, creating new tactics or perfecting old tactics, they also must be able to see battlefields beyond the normal eye. Creating and knowing ways to win the day. A Commando is still not required to recruit, however, they are required to be able to communicate with their team leaders in case of a new agent comes in. The least amount of time for a Commando's next promotion is two (2) months (if the position is open), once a Commando has put in at least two months of dedicated work as an Element Leader, they will be invited to go through Command Training III to then be selected for the next rank of Inquisitor and as a Squad Leader.


Inquisitor (Major Rank)

Inquisitors are members who have dedication and determination to get where they are. They've managed to complete Command Training III and have been selected to become a Squad Leader. It is now, that an Inquisitor has managed to show not only organizational and administrative skills, but logical skills. Now an Inquisitor is required to bring at least two (2) Scouts every four weeks and is to organize meetings for their squads. They must have a full, up to date, squad roster. They also must make the effort to play with their squad members whenever possible, speak with them publicly and privately, and also find ways to better conditions in their squad. They also be able to attend any meetings set up by their Group Leaders whenever possible and even attend trainings going on within their squad if possible. The least amount of time for an Inquisitor's next promotion is another two (2) months (if the position is open), once an Inquisitor has put in at least two months of extremely dedicated work as a Squad Leader, they will be invited to go through Command Training IV to then be selected for the next rank of Assassin and as a Group Leader.


Assassin (Colonel Rank)

Assassins are members who have shown amazing dedication, determination, loyalty, and honesty towards their people and SRG as a whole. These members have managed to complete Command Training IV and have been selected for the role of Group Leader. The main focus at this point for Assassins is organization. They must have a full, up to date, roster for their Group. They must be able to set up meeting dates and times for their group and attend clan meetings whenever possible. They must also speak with their squad leaders, as well as element leaders and team leaders, twice a month to see how things are running inside the leadership ranks of their group. They are required to bring in at least three (3) Scouts every six weeks. Assassins must also familiarize themselves with making decisions, viewing every single consequence of that decision, good or bad. The least amount of time for an Assassin's next promotion is three (3) months (if the position is open), once an Assassin has put in at least three months of hard, dedicated, organized work as a Group Leader, they will be invited to go through Command Training V to then be selected for the next rank of Warlord and as a Clan Leader.


Warlord (General Rank)

Warlords are members who have shown their true grit as a commander, their ability to command undefined loyalty from their people and quick resolutions to any situation whether in combat or not, as well as their dedication, determination, loyalty, and honesty to SRG. These members have managed to complete Command Training V and have been selected for the role of Clan Leader. At this point, the primary focus of a clan leader is building their clan and maintaining it. Clan leaders are required to recruit at least four (4) Scouts every eight weeks. They must keep a full, up to date, roster for their clan. They must arrange meetings between themselves and their group leaders. They must be able to make decisions with pinpoint accuracy of the consequences for each. They must also make the effort to speak with one of their clan members individually and privately once every month. The least amount of time for a Warlord's next promotion is six (6) months (if the position is open), once a Warlord has put in at least six months of phenomenal work as a Clan Leader, they will be invited to go through Advanced Command Training I to then be selected for the next rank of Quartermaster and as a Section Leader.


Quartermaster (Section Rank)

Quartermasters are members who have shown phenomenal organizational, logical, leadership, and people skills. They've earned the trust, loyalty, honesty, and respect of their people a dozen times over and have shown their unyielding loyalty to SRG. These members have managed to complete Advanced Command Training I and have been selected for the role of Section Leader. It is here, the primary focuses of a Quartermaster is to organize, observe, recruit, and make decisions. Quartermasters must recruit at least five (5) people every ten weeks. They must know their Clan Leaders and speak with them once every week to keep organization in line. They must observe their Section by whatever and all means available to them. They must be able to make radical decisions in any situation quickly. Quartermasters are allowed to sit in on Council meetings and give input on the status of the community around them. The least amount of time for a Quartermaster's next promotion is another six (6) months (if the position is open), once a Quartermaster has put in at least another six months of inconceivable work as a Section Leader, they will be invited to go through Advanced Command Training II to then be selected for the next rank of Battlemaster and as a Division Leader.


Battlemaster (Division Rank)

Battlemasters are members that have shed their blood, their sweat, and their tears to get where they are. These members have stuck themselves on the line far more than once and have proven they are more than willing to make the tough decisions when they need to. These members have managed to complete Advanced Command Training II and have been selected for the role of Division Leader. Here, the primary focus of a Division Leader is guidance. Organization isn't so much an issue for Division Leaders, guiding their people in the right direction is. Battlemasters are allowed to sit in on Council meetings as well as providing their observations and their insight on what should be done. They must direct their division into the right direction of anything, involving more decisions and observation. The least amount of time for a Battlemaster's next promotion is nine (9) months (if position is open), once a Battlemaster has put in at least nine months of exemplary work as a Division Leader, they will be invited to go through Advanced Command Training III to then be selected for the rank of Executor and as a Community Leader.


Executor (Community Leader)

Executors are members the final link in the chain of command before Council, they are members who have given more to SRG than any other member combined. These members have managed to complete Advanced Command Training III and have been selected for the role of Community Leader. The sole focuses of a Community Leader is making decisions, observation, and guidance. Executors are allowed to sit in on Council meetings giving their insight on the growing needs inside SRG. They guide their people down smart and calm paths to greatness inside SRG. They also must observe the growing needs inside their Community to be absolutely sure as to what needs to be done and what is already done. The least amount of time for an Executor's next promotion is one (1) year, once a Executor has put in at least one year outstanding work and dedication as a Community Leader, they will not be invited, but immediately selected for a position on Council, if they so choose to join. The selection process is long and normally will only go to the best choice the Council believes is the right one.

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