Now that we have a better understanding of what a squad consists of, we can now discuss why we have these certain ranks and why they are important. First off, lets start with the General. The General, better known as the (GEN) is the main leader of a squad is responsible for the overall wellness of all members of the squad.
Next is the Commander which reports directly to the Gen. The Commander is known as the (COM) and is the main problem solver of the squad and should assist the Gen in any way possible. This person is often viewed as the GEN's right hand man.
Below the COM is the Major. Better known as the (MAJ), this person has shown great excellence and success in the squad and reports to the COM and GEN in order to improve the squad in any way possible. This person is often viewed as the person being mentored in the squad by GEN and COM in order to soon become the overall squad leader.
Lets move on to the Captains of the squad. The (CPT)s of the squad report directly to the MAJ if available. Typically there are 5 available captain ranks - (1CPT, 2CPT, 3CPT, 4CPT, 5CPT). The captains are solely responsible for overlooking the Lieutenants of the squad and are considered someone who is a great worker that has proven their worth of the squad. The CPT ranks 1-5 are all considered to have the same power and no one captain has more power or responsibility than other captains. For example, a 1CPT does not have more power or responsibility than a 4CPT.
The last but far from least in the squad ranks are the Lieutenants. The (LT)s of the squad are considered the work horses of the squad and are often referenced as one of the most important ranks in the entire squad. There is typically 5 available LTs in the squad and they are similar to the CPT ranks in a sense that one LT does not outrank or have more responsibility than the other 4 LTs in the squad. The LT reports directly to the CPTs starting with 5CPT and proceeding upwards if available.
All of these ranks have very specific duties and requirements that we advise everyone to look into as most of them are not stated here. These can be found on the Table of Contents. You can also view them by clicking here.
As previously stated, there are 4 squads that make up a division. These squads make up what we call a division. Each division consists of 4 available divisional leaders which are the President (PREZ), Vice President (VP), Community Director (CD), and Junior Community Director (JCD). The divisional leaders (especially the JCD) are often referred to as a "Super Gen." They are responsible for maintaining the overall structure of the division as well as providing a fun and safe environment for everyone within the division.
Similarly to the squad ranking, we advise everyone look into the duties and requirements of each divisional leader to obtain a better understanding of exactly what a divisional leader is. You can also view them by clicking here.
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