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Master Sergeants Notes

Code of Conduct

1. You are not allowed under any circumstances to impersonate any representative of any level of counsel or any rank other than yours.
2. Racism, Sexism, and discrimination of any kind are not allowed.
3. If you leave NFG you will have to submit a reenlistment appeal in order to rejoin.
4. Respect will be standard for all members of NFG regardless of any discriminative or personal feelings.
5. You are not allowed to be friends with or make any type of contact with blacklisted members.

6. Decisions made by officers or higher-ups regarding private topics are not open for discussion without permission from ALL parties involved.

Rank Structure -- Service tag

Creator -- CR
Co-Creator -- COCR

Senior Clan Analyst -- SRCA
Clan Analyst -- CA
Division leader -- DIV
Section Leader -- SL
Unit Leader -- UL
General -- GEN
Major -- MJR
Captain – CPT
Lieutenant -- LT
Master Sergeant -- MSGT
Sergeant -- SGT
Corporal -- CPL
Private -- PVT 

Master Sergeants Duties & Responsibilities:

A Master Sergeant is responsible for recruiting new members into the community. They should be setting good examples for the jr. members of the community because they are the first person of the community that potential members meet, therefore they must know the community’s code of conduct. A Master Sergeant needs to know the community rank structure and their squad’s chain of command.

Key Points:

  • NFG is based on fun rather than skill

  • Activities at 8:00PM EST

  • Code of Conduct

  • INVITE TO THE NFG CLUB

  • Website/Instagram/Twitter/Discord

  • Tell them who their officers are

Lieutentants Notes

Lieutenant
(The bridge between the officers and the enlisted)


A Lieutenant’s duties and responsibilities include:

 

  • Running the squad events including recruiting parties and activities.

  • Reporting the progress of the squad to the chain of command

  • Setting good examples by not being center of drama.

  • Settling/handling small disputes.

  • Training lower ranks with rules, operations, etc.

  • A Lieutenant can promote up to SGT

A lieutenant should be well informed and know the following:
 

  • Community rank structure and immediate chain of command

  • Community Code of Conduct

  • C.A.R.T.

  • Lieutenant’s duties and responsibilities

  • Master Sergeant’s duties and responsibilities

  • Division the Lieutenant is in and the active squads of the division-

  • Other information as required by the Squad and Division Commander

Rank Structure -- Service tag
Creator -- CR
Co-Creator -- COCR
Senior Clan Analyst -- SRCA
Division leader – DIV
Section Leader -- SL
Unit Leader -- UL
General -- GEN
Major -- MJR
Captain -- CPT
Lieutenant -- LT
Master Sergeant -- MSGT
Sergeant -- SGT
Corporal -- CPL
Private – PVT

Code of Conduct
1. You are not allowed under any circumstances to impersonate any representative of any level of counsel or any rank other than yours.
2. Racism, Sexism, and discrimination of any kind are not allowed.
3. If you leave NFG you will have to submit a reenlistment appeal in order to rejoin.
4. Respect will be standard for all members of NFG regardless of any discriminative or personal feelings.
5. You are not allowed to be friends with or make any type of contact with blacklisted members.
6. Under no circumstances are any decisions made by any officers or other higher-ups regarding private topics open for discussion without permission from ALL people or persons involved.

CART (Key elements of running a healthy squad)
C - Communication.
-Informational
Information regarding the squad, news, promotions, demotions etc... or regarding the community.
-General
Casual conversation not regarding the squad or NFG.


A- Activities
-Specific
Weekday activities
-Specialized
Cutthroat teams, Forge teams and tournaments
-Forced
Recruiting, invitations down the squad tag, reaching out to interact and talk with other members
-Generic
Game parties set to Friends only thus allowing friends to join and play.

R- Recruiting 
Recruiting is bringing in new members to replace people who have left, been banned or were kicked out. This is to keep the squad healthy with new and active members.

T- Training
Education and training of lower ranks. This helps members understand NFG and how it operates as well as to inform them of rules

Captain Notes

Captain (Support Pillar) 

The Captains are the support pillars of the squad. They are key in making sure the squad is successful.

 

  • The Captain should learn how to run an officer meeting

Meetings are important as they are formal means of communication. It is essential that meetings are being held often to keep the officers informed and on the same page.

 

  • The Captain should learn how to run a Monday night meeting

Monday night meetings are as important as officer meetings as they keep the enlisted informed as well. The enlisted are the main body of the community and it is essential that they are as involved in the community as possible.

 

  • Captains should know how to handle any dispute

Sometimes disputes and negative situations arise. It is important Captains know how to handle these situations. Captains should learn and be taught the proper ways these situations should be handled.

 

  • Captains should be applying everything they know

A Captain should have learned a lot during their career in the community. It is key that they use this experience to guide their judgement and aid them in their adventure as an officer.

First things taught:

A Captain should first be taught how to run a monday night meeting. The ability to run monday night meetings is a key difference between the duties and responsibilities of a Lieutenant and a Captain. The Captain is a reliable source of information and has the ability to run monday night meetings to keep the squad informed with community operations. A captain should also be taught how to put the Major and General’s goals and plans into action. The Captain is the support pillar of the squad. They are the borderline between the planners and the actors. It’s key that they ensure the forward motion of the squad.

Captain Notes Cont.

3 things to look for to promote a SGT to MSGT:


A Master Sergeant is more than senior enlisted. They are the role models and first line of defense in the community. Master Sergeants are enlisted who have shown dedication in the community. They have shown that they want to be something more than a number. Master Sergeants are given the ability to recruit and spread the word of the community. They should have thorough knowledge of the community and how it operates. They will be the first faces of new members, and should be a professional and effective representation of the community and its members. Positive traits in a Sergeant include being signed up on the community website, being active with the squad and community, and maintaining the Code of Conduct at all times.

Rule of 72 and 79
72 - The total number of officers in a full division. (LT-GEN)
79 - The total number of officers and higher-ups in a full division (LT-DIV)

 

Essentials of choosing a good officer:
Attendance
Socialization
Vocalization
Respectability
Problem solving skills

 

Duties and Responsibilities


- A Captains main priority is to make sure the plans made by the General and Major are put into action. This is why Captains have the ability to call and run their own meetings.


- Captains, with the permission of the General, can run squad meetings and other major activities.
- Captains must show great leadership and have a strong understanding about NFG and how everything works.


- A Captain should be actively training lower ranks and helping them understand how things are done in NFG. They should have complete knowledge of the community, division, section and squad.


- Captains should be able to demonstrate and teach how to apply C.A.R.T. on a daily basis.


- Have an understanding of C.R.A.F.T. and how it applies to an officer.


- Captains can test and promote up to Master Sergeant, after they have been approved to promote and with the approval of the General.


- They are responsible for handling small disputes or problems within their squads.
Squads of your division must be noted of.     

CRAFT (Support Pillar)


C – Confidence

Confidence is the most important aspect of leadership, you are confident because you know how NFG operates and how to run the squad. You are confident due to your knowledge and your knowledge is from your experiences, this experience is from the time spent in your ranks. During your time in the various ranks you were progressively taught more and more about NFG and its operations.

R - Recruiting

Recruitment of other members into an officer position, its the recruitment of future leaders. This is different from CART because this is not recruiting people into the squad, its recruiting a squad member to leadership positions.

A - Attendance
Attendance is your personal activity time. The longer you are on the more available you are to help people out.

F - Forums
Forums are just another form of communication. It is imperative to be on the forums because you can see what your squad is doing, how the other squads are doing and keep in touch with people.

T - Training
Training of lower members. This is different from CART because you are training people to take on officer duties and training them for leadership.

 

Division Breakdown
1 Div
2 SL
4 UL
8 GEN
8 MJR
24 CPT
32 Lt


 

Sectional Breakdown
1 SL
2 UL
4 GEN
4 MJR
12 CPT
16 LT

Demotion Process


Lock a party with a UL or higher as a witness for the demotion, invite the person, state the reasons to demote and why they feel they should be demoted. Ask for any questions or comments, then demote.

Community Breakdown


Community
Division
Section
Squad

 

Major Notes

MJR Duties and Responsibilities


-The MJR rank is a learning rank
-The MJR will learn the evaluation process by determining the condition of the squad
-The MJR will work hand-in-hand with the General to learn how to set goals for the squad, how to implement those goals, and how to act on them
-The MJR will know and understand the criteria involved in promoting and demoting up to a LT
-The MJR will have a complete understanding of CRAFT and how it applies to their rank as well as how it affects the squad
-The MJR should be involved in meetings and working with the Unit Leader and General on making plans for the squad
-The MJR's responsibility has a wide range. They must do everything from running meetings with the squad, to staying active on the website.
-Sometimes deemed necessary, going to higher up meetings is essential.
- MJR should be training members in the squad constantly

Commander's notebook


-What went over in a DIV meeting
- Div goals
- Squad goals
- Commander’s to do list
- Major’s to do list
- Captain’s to do list
- Lieutenant’s to do list
-Squad list (Phone numbers, Emails, Etc.) 


Evaluation of a squad Example:
Division    Date        Squad        Commander 
War Saw    9/8/17        Bruiser        NFG Darko 


Strengths & weaknesses of an officer (EVALUATING AN OFFICER CORE) Basically go through CART 
 

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