|Commander and Chief:
Each associate enlisted in The associate is expected to follow the rules, regulations, and conduct set forth under Article One and its following sections.
I. An associate is expected to hold their self with honor, respect, and professionalism at all times.
II. A associate is expected, while on the battlefield, to follow the orders of their superior officer to the best of his or her ability.
III. A associate is expected to fulfill their designated position to the best of their abilities. In a competitive setting, a associate that is found to be under performing may have their individual performance reviewed by their section peers.
Associate are subordinate to each officer in their command structure above them, and are in command of each associate subordinate to themselves. Each associate is expected to rise to the expectations and duties of their station as set forth under Article Two and its following sections.
I. Rankings and Positions are laid out thus, and in order from subordinate to superior:
a) Recruit – A probationary / trial rank which indicates that a associate is new to the mercenary unit and has not yet been assigned to a section.
b) Private – Associate who are experienced members and have accumulated an in-depth knowledge of their sector.
c) Sergeant – Associate who have been assigned command of a section and are the superior officers to the Wraith within that section.
d) Captain – Associate who are the founders of PMC. Captains are five in number and will not increase or decrease. Special circumstances may arise that will require the appointment of a new Captain. The new Captain is voted upon by other Captains following a majority vote.
II. A associate may be designated section leader if those in the section are in agreement with the designation. A section must have at least four (4) members to be formed and may not exceed 8 members in total.
III. When promoted to a position (Sergeant) that allows command of a section, it is the responsibility of the promoted associate to enlist their subordinates. An officer is encouraged to form tight bonds with specific members, but is allowed to enlist any member subordinate to them for command directly before a mission, unless a superior officer chooses otherwise. Section leaders are also expected to actively build game-play chemistry between members under their command.
A associate enlisted in the PMC may be subject to dismissal (removal from the mercenary unit) based upon infractions committed. Infractions are classified as outlined below:
I. Minor Infractions – In the event that a minor infraction has been committed by a member and there is sufficient supporting evidence of the infraction, the member will be given a written warning from a superior officer. If three (3) minor infractions are committed within a 30-day period, the offender is removed from the unit. If at the end of this period no infractions are committed, the earliest infraction will be removed from that pilots record.
EXCESSIVE USE INSULTING OR HARASSING LANGUAGE DIRECTED TOWARDS AN INDIVIDUAL OR A GROUP OF PEOPLE
EXCESSIVE USE OF INAPPROPRIATE LANGUAGE
EXCESSIVE SPAMMING OR TROLLING
FREQUENT INSUBORDINATION DURING A COMPETITIVE DROP
II. Major Infractions – In the event that a major infraction has been committed by a member and there is sufficient supporting evidence of the infraction, the aforementioned member will be removed from the mercenary unit and banned from accessing the resources of the unit.
RACIAL / ETHNIC HARASSMENT
REAL-LIFE VIOLENT THREATS
DISTRIBUTION OF REAL-LIFE PERSONAL INFORMATION
POSTING CHEATS, HACKS, TROJAN HORSES OR MALICIOUS PROGRAMS
These are the rules, regulation, and code as determined by the Founders of The Armored Division, on the signing of this Charter. All who are enlisted amongst the ranks of associate must abide by these rules or find themselves punished as set aside by the rules.