UCMJ - RULES AND REGULATIONS

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UCMJ - RULES AND REGULATIONS

Post  MAJ.Smith.J on Thu Jun 21, 2012 7:54 am

Uniform Code of Military Justice

1. Courtesies
2. Recruit Training
3. Server
4. FT. Drum
5. Teamspeak
6. Uniform
7. Promotions
8. Training
9. Disciplinary Action
10. Re-Enlistment
11. Leave of Absences (LOA)
12. Discharges
13. Military Police
14. Public Playing
15. Amendments
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1. Courtesies
1.01 Acknowledge an officer if they join of a channel.
1.02 Refer to Commissioned and Warrant Officers as "Sir" or "Ma'am"
1.03 Always refer to civilians as "Sir" or "Ma'am"
1.04 Refer to Non-Commissioned Officers as their rank.
1.04.01 Ex. Refer to SGT Doe as Sergeant
1.04.02 If two of the same rank are in channel refer to the NCO as their rank followed by their name
1.05 Never question a Commissioned or Non-Commissioned Officer in front of other people
1.05.01 If you feel it absolutely necessary to question a decision, notify the officer after the exercise and enter a private room.
1.05.02 In combat especially, you will comply with the orders issued by your superiors without hesitation, and perform to the best of your abilities. Discussion of orders in combat is not acceptable, and will result in disciplinary action.

2.Recruit Training
2.01 Recruits will complete the Delayed Enlistment Program before becoming eligible for Boot Camp
2.02 Recruits will complete a field exam and written exam prior to graduating Basic Combat Training.
2.03 All recruits are required to have the following programs installed: TeamSpeak 3 xFire

3. Server
3.01 Show respect to all public members
3.02 Team Killing is expressly forbid at all times on all servers, 10th MD or otherwise.
3.03 Offer aid in any way possible to new players
3.04 Do not steal assets from anyone
3.04.01 If you need to take an asset, ask first, if the owner says no, then the answer is no.
3.05 Keep global chat to a minimum
3.06 During Matches/Scrims/Combat Maneuvers only command staff is allowed chat over global
3.07 If someone is being disrespectful, do not get into a fight. Simply notify your chain of command or Server Administration
3.07.01 If there is no admin on, fill out a ban request form.
3.08 Always conduct yourself in a disciplined and professional manner, on all servers and in all forms of communication.
3.09 Dishonest game play is completely unacceptable, and will result in an immediate dishonorable discharge, as well as a ban from all 10th MD servers.
3.09.01 Dishonest game play includes, but is not limited to hacking, ghosting, comms ghosting, glitching, or abuse of any other game mechanic for personal gain.

4. Fort Drum
4.01 Do not enter Fort Drum unless given permission by a Squad Leader or higher, or accompanied by a Fire Team Leader or higher
4.02 Recruits are not to be in Fort Drum unless accompanied by a Drill Instructor
4.03 No firing inside Fort Drum Barracks/Parade Grounds under any circumstances
4.04 Fort Drum is for training purposes only
4.05 All spawners are only to be used by Drill Instructors or Range Cadre

5. Teamspeak
5.01 Always be located in the appropriate channel in the TeamSpeak server
5.02 When entering/leaving the channel, the Soldier/Recruit is to announce their name and rank followed by one of the following
5.02.01 Ex. Private Doe Signing In
5.02.02 Ex. Private Doe Signing Off
5.02.03 When entering any Tactical Operations Room, do not announce yourself until you are certain that you will not interfere with battlefield communications.
5.03 If you are pulled away and are unable to communicate, notify the other Soldiers of your inactivity.
5.04 Radio Disciplines
5.04.01 Relaxed Radio
a. Free speech within the bounds of Rank Discipline
b. Non combat relevant discussions are welcome
c. No politics
d. No religion
e. No music over TeamSpeak
f. English must be spoken at all times in public channels
5.04.02 Combat Radio
a. Only speak about topics related to the current combat situation
b. Call out contacts and items of interest with type, distance, and heading
c. Keep the radio clear unless transmitting mission critical information
d. Also referred to as Tactical Communications or "Tac Comms"
5.04.03 Unit Ready Radio
a. Chain of Command is to be followed at all times
b. In squad radio follows Combat Radio guildlines
c. Proper communication between units are required
d. Callsigns are to be used
5.05 If you are in game you are required to be logged into the 10th MD TeamSpeak.

6. Uniform
6.01 The 10th MD takes our uniform very seriously. Any disgrace of the 10MD uniform will result in an immediate Discharge
6.02 The 10th MD uniform is to be worn in ArmA.
6.03 The 10th MD uniform is to be worn with great honor

7.Promotions
Currently Pending Staff Review

8. Training
8.01 Required trainings are to be scheduled a minimum of 3 days prior to taking place
8.01.01 Voluntary trainings can be held at any time with an NCO present.
8.02 All Soldiers as required to post a LOA prior if they are going to miss training
8.03 All Soldiers are required to maintain combat readiness at all times.
8.03.01 Combat Readiness is determined by the unit’s Commanding Officer
8.03.02 Failure to maintain combat readiness will result in additional required training or discharge from the 10th MD
8.04 Excessive leaving during or prior to training will result in reassignment to reserve status
8.05 No one under the rank of SGT (E-5+) will use all chat or team chat.

9. Disciplinary Action
9.01 Article 15
9.01.01 Summarized Article 15
a. A Summarized Article 15 is used for minor disciplinary infractions
b. Administered by the Company Commander
c. This grade of Article 15 is a formalized warning
d. Punishment is limited to verbal discipline and possible loss of time in grade
9.01.02 Company Grade Article 15
a. A Company Grade Article 15 is used for moderate, or repeated offenses of minor disciplinary infractions
b. Administered by the Company Commander
c. This grade of Article 15 is more serious than a Summarized Article 15 and can result in loss of rank.
d. Punishment is limited to loss of one pay grade
9.01.03 Field Grade Article 15
a. A Field Grade Article 15 is used for major, or repeated offenses of moderate disciplinary infractions
b. Administered by the Battalion Commander
c. This is the highest level of Article 15, and serves as the final step in disciplinary action prior to Court Marshal
d. Punishment is limited to loss of up to three pay grades for E4 and below, and loss of up to two pay grades for E5 and above
9.02 Court Marshal
9.02.01 Description
a. A Court Marshal is the final disciplinary action and will result in a Dishonorable Discharge if the member in question is found guilty
b. This action is reserved for Commander, 10th MD
c. If found guilty in a Court Marshal, punishment will consist of Dishonorable Discharge from the 10th MD
9.02.02 Administration
a. A Court Marshal proceeding is administered by the Commander, 10th Mountain
b. The Court Marshal will consist of no less than three members of the Command Staff, referred to as a Tribunal
c. Phase I consists of a closed meeting by the Tribunal for preliminary analysis of the situation
d. Phase II consists of a Question and Answer session with the defendant. The defendant may bring evidence forth during this phase
e. Phase III is the deliberation phase. The accused is dismissed and the Tribunal discusses all aspects of the situation, including the defendant’s testimony and any evidence offered.
f. Phase IV is the sentencing phase. The defendant is brought back into the room, and the Commander, 10th Mountain will announce the results of the Court Marshal and if necessary, the punishment.
9.03 Military Tribunal
9.03.01 Occasionally, there may be issues that arise requiring formalized discussion. The Military Tribunal is the format for these discussions
9.03.02 The Military Tribunal proceeding is reserved for Command Staff
9.03.03 The Tribunal must be lead by either Commander or Executive Officer, 10th MD, and must consist of no less than three Command Staff members
a. A full report is required.
9.03.04 Administration
a. Phase I consists of a closed meeting by the Tribunal for preliminary analysis of the situation
b. Phase II consists of a Question and Answer session with both the accuser and the defendant. Both parties may bring evidence forth during this phase
c. Phase III is the deliberation phase. The accuser and the defendant are dismissed and the Tribunal discusses all aspects of the situation, including any testimony and evidence offered.
d. Phase IV is the verdict phase. All concerned parties are brought back into the room, and the Tribunal OIC will announce the verdict, and give instructions for resolution of the situation.

10. Re-Enlistment
10.01 Soldiers may re-enlist if they have received a honorable discharge
10.02 Soldiers may re-enlist with Command Staff Approval if they have received a general discharge
10.03 Soldiers may not re-enlist if they have received a dishonorable discharge
10.04 soldiers will not re-enlist with previous rank
10.05 Soldiers who re-enlist will have to complete the exams to prove that they are fit for duty
10.05.01 Marines that fail re-enlistment exams will be required to attend the proper training for their position prior to assignment

11. Leaves of Absence (LOA)
11.01 Soldiers are required to post LOA if they are going to miss a training, exercise, or scrim
11.02 Soldiers are required to post LOA if they will be gone for more than 72 hours
11.03 If a soldier will be gone for more than 1 week, an Extended LOA must be posted no more than 48 hours prior to Leave
11.04 Soldiers on ELOA are exempt from rules 11.01 and 11.02
11.05 Real life comes first. Real life will always take precedence over gaming or clan business.
11.06 We will tolerate no disrespect towards a member that has to stop what they are doing to attend to real world matters.

12. Discharges
12.01 Types of Discharges
12.01.01 Honorable Discharge
a. Given to a soldier who has shown exemplary marks while in the 10th MD
b. Can wear the 10MD Uniform with the rank of Ret
c. Still have all the same rights as a full member
d. Cannot enter training
12.01.02 General Discharge
a. Given to a soldier who is leaving
b. Required to remove the 10MD uniform
c. Same rights as a public member
d. Cannot enter training
12.01.03 Dishonorable Discharge
a. Given to a soldier who has disgraced the unit name
b. Given to a soldier found multi-clanning
c. The Ex-Soldier will be banned from all 10th MD assets
d. No chance for re-enlistment

13.Military Policemen
13.01 Definition: Military Police Officers are Moderators for all 10th MD servers and sites.
13.02 Instructions given by an MP are not up for debate or discussion. Comply or risk removal from the server or site in question.
13.03 Position as an MP does not relieve a soldier of his or her responsibility to maintain proper rank discipline and professionalism.

14. Public Play
14.01 Play tactically at all times
14.02 Do not argue with other players, simply ignore them and notify your chain of command or a server administrator of the problem
14.03 Soldiers are not allowed to take part in team or revenge killings
14.04 Soldiers are not authorized to fire on friendly forces for any reason, including in self defense. All friendly fire or dangerous activities will be reported to Chain of Command or a Server Administrator
14.05 Do not disgrace the 10MD uniform

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