Rules and Structure

Military Hierarchracy- A system through which a state is organized, managed, and lead through military doctrine and procedures. An individual may choose their level of involvement, however greater service to the state and its people is the means of gaining status and promotion. The higher ones station the more expendable they are than those below them. It is their duty as a leader is to first serve those they lead so that they can command the loyalty of those that follow them.  The rules and laws exist to serve and protect the people, the people must never become slaves to the letter of the law if conditions change so must the law to better serve the people to the point that the Hierarchracy itself it expendable to the well fare and well being of the people that live under it.

 

Review Council – A review council consists of one member from every fleet rank with the fleet leader acting as official officer. (In cases where the fleet leader is under review once of the chief officers will serve as the official officer.)  All review council sessions are closed to all but those directly involved in the process however transcripts of review councils will be kept for private record to exclude cases where a member is removed from the fleet in which as the transcript and records will be open to the public. Private records of review councils will be open to those who serve on a review council where similar circumstances apply as a matter of reference and precedence.  The chief officers of the fleet are the keepers of the private record and are responsible for ensuring its integrity.  The fleet members that serve on a review council will be chosen at random by the fleet lead and chief officers. (Solely by the chief officers in cases where the fleet leader is under review.) It is the duty of all fleet members to serve the review council honestly and to reveal nothing about the proceedings with anyone outside of the preceding even in the event of a members removal from the fleet.  A member who has a conflict with being on a review council can be excused with advanced notice and a replacement can be found. In the event that no suitable member from a fleet rank can attend a review council that rank will be excluded no member will be promoted or demoted for the purpose of serving on a review council. At the conclusion of evidence being presented the council will vote anonymously through the fleet web site and not discuss anything with any other member of the fleet or review council. Members of the review council may ask whatever questions they wish after all evidence has been presented and  may request additional evidence be found if possible, as well as ask specific questions of witnesses that a relevant to the proceedings. Each member of the review council is allowed one vote and the majority decides. The parties under review are allowed one appeal through a second review council, in cases of a members removal from the fleet or from their station a fleet wide vote can be called. The minority of a review council can also call for an appeal or fleet wide vote as the case requires.  In the case of a member being removed from station first a vote of no confidence must be called and seconded then a review council assembled to decide on the issue which can become a fleet wide vote either through appeal or the review council feeling a fleet wide vote would better serve the situation. Afterward a second review council will review suitable candidates for replacement with a third review council to confirm the appointment. In a situation where it is the consensus of the fleet that the entire leadership is failing and must be changed it is the duty of the senior officers to carry out and affect a total change through calling for a fleet wide vote and creating a consensus from all members what must change and how to best carry out said changes. In a Military Hierarchracy rules and laws are only as valid as their ability to serve and protect those that live under them not the other way around.

 

 

Fleet Leader- Is responsible for the fleet, its direction, and the welfare of its members.  If need be the leader must go down with the flag of the fleet and may never trade safety for said flag, the leader holds the flag and flag ship of the fleet (Justice on High) representing the fleets honor and glory.  The leaders actions and orders must we understandable to the lowest levels of the fleet. The leader is answerable to all members of the fleet and in cases of questions of ability to lead or orders must justify actions and orders to a review council. At all times the leader must place the welfare and good of the fleet above any and all personal gain or welfare the fleet leader is the most expendable member of the fleet.

 

Chief Officer- Within the fleet there must be three chief officers one for each class. The chief officers role is to be a subject matter expert for the class that they represent, the three chief officers together provide checks and balance for the fleet leader. They are primarily responsible for promoting members of their class as they see fit and have free range to promote and demote officers and senior officers within the fleet.  The chief officers are responsible for the members of the fleet, though the leader must go down with the flag of the fleet, chief officers must ensure that the members of the fleet are safe and ensure their strength.  If the leader is killed or removed from command one of the chief officers must take command based of the votes of the fleets members.  As a Military Hierarchracy only a chief officer may replace the fleet leader, in the event that a chief officer is promoted to leader or resigns their role a senior officer must fill the role of chief officer based on the appointment of the previous chief officer.  Chief Officers are answerable to the fleet leader and can be subject to a review council as the need.

 

Senior Officer- The senior officers role is to continue to build the fleet and act in a troop administrator role.  Senior officers help to equip the members and help add to the fleet bank, manage teams, and arbitrate minor issues with members.  Senior officers are mainly appointed by the chief officers of their respective class and are answerable to said officer.   

 

Officer- The role of an officer is to act as a troop leader and oversee missions and help members develop.  Officers also manage seeker activities and help improve moral.

 

Seeker- The seekers main responsibility is to bring members into the fleet and introduce them to the rest of the fleet. Seekers are encouraged to work in teams but they can work alone if they choose to. Seekers should always ask players if they wish to join the fleet, they must never send out random invitations or shout in zone or local chat with recruitment offers. Seekers are a primary representative of the fleet and as such must at all times be polite to other players and helpful to our members.

Members- Members are responsible for developing their skills and abilities. Membership status is given when a recruit has been active for more than month or is captain or above.

 

Recruit- A recruit is a new member of the fleet and is on a trial basis, if a recruit is inactive for a month after joining they may be removed from the fleet. However once a recruit is promoted to member they cannot be removed without review council.

 

 


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