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-A wooden board is placed by the door of the MI Command office, a note is typed out and pinned to the board-

 

Hello Alpha Company,

 

With becoming your new CO it doesn't take much to assume new things will come along. Upon assuming command the first priority was to create an active and involved command staff, that being the promotion of second Lieutenant Tuuli to Lieutenant Tuuli and Warrant Officer Dimov made Master Sergeant Dimov. The goal here is to provide a twenty-four seven superior chain of command. 

 

In addition to a new command staff I've decided a need for a change in how we organize squads. For starts, we will introduce the common useage in Fireteams. The Fireteam is a smaller unit that is utilized to allow a squad more flexibility and the tactical edge. This system also allows us in the chain of command to recognize those who deserve leadership and allows them more abilities to do so by increasing leadership slots on drops in addition to being more combat efficient. Expect to witness very basic classes to familiarize the leadership with how Fireteams should be properly utilized, as well as examples on the field. 

 

It's come to my attention that this company hasn't had an award ceremony in a bit of time, so the NCOs and COs will be expected to recognize Troopers who have gone above the call of duty or simply proven themselves a capable Trooper. If anyone has a commendation of heroism send me an email, lgn.garrett@mi.fedmail.net ((pm over forum)), and it will be investigated to ensure authenticity. I expect a ceremony date to be officially announced tomorrow.

 

We're always looking for leadership material. We want the best of the best to command the respect of Troopers on the battlefield. With that said, it requires people to be properly trained. NCOs will be actively looking for Lances to effectively train to advance in leadership. The goal here is to ensure those who are promoted, avoid the risk of being demoted from errors on the field. Which to make note of, demotions will be more frequent in the place of error. To me, it makes more sense to demote those who make error and train them from a rank where they put less in danger and allows others the chance. 

 

Lastly, relationships. As a married man myself I understand that some of you may feel romantically attached to some of your comrades. This is fine, but as Captain Richardson made the point, I do not want to see it. If it is seen, I want it to be responsible and not so and so getting a handful of so and so. All relationships will be recorded for liability if you risk something due to your attachment, if you refuse to sign the document then you and partner will be disciplined. 

 

Respectfully,

Captain Garrett

 

 

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-Another typed letter is posted to the board-

 

Afternoon,

 

As promised yesterday, a date for the award ceremony is being announced, October 14th. In the time period between now and then, I expect ALL positions of leadership to submit any recollection of heroic undertaking amongst the MI. 

 

I will also be touching base with detachment leads to allow them the ability to award their members any special ribbons they've earned relating to said detachment. After the ceremony will be a "ball" of sorts that is custom to follow the ceremony. More details and preparation will be released.

 

Respectfully,

Captain Garrett

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- A Typed letter adorned with the Combat Engineer logo is posted to the board.

 

 

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ALCON:

 

The Combat Engineering team has undergone some new Leadership changes and over the past few weeks has been doing evaluations, and has been tightening up its rosters. We would like to invite anyone who has an interest in becoming a larger part of the 112th, and apply to be a Combat Engineer. For those of you who may not know; The Combat Engineers are a highly specialized, highly motivated, highly determined group of Troopers who can be deployed strategically, with high speed to any theatre of operations. The Combat Engineers hunt, and destroy all key enemy assets using a wide range of explosives, systems tech, and tactical know how. They also support, and organize the defense and structural integrity of Forward Operation Bases, Field Commands, and are an integral part in the ongoing operations of the Ulysses S. Grant. If you have the motivation, and the drive to widen your range on knowledge, experience, and become a highly sought tool for NCO's, and Command staff alike then submit an application today.

 

Join our team of knowledgeable staff, and raise your personal bar. Good luck Troopers!

 

Young, Travis

Technical Sergeant

112th Combat Engineer Detachment

Ulysses S. Grant

 

@Dan

 

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Good evening Grapes,

 

Over the past few weeks since I've taken command we've seen people demoted and promoted rapidly. This is part of the initiative to get the upper echelons filled with active and competent people so that our drops are run smoothly. If you're wondering why you haven't been promoted, do not ask me or any other member of the command staff. 

 

On that subject it's come to my attention no review system for NCOs or even regular enlisted is in place. As such, I'll be working hard to get something in place so that everyone can simply ask, "what should I do more of to earn that promotion?" In the meantime, my advice is to seize the moments that come with the best attitude possible and you'll be on your way in the ranks.

 

Lastly, as of today, Lieutenant Tuuli is in command of the company until I return from leave on Cordelia with my family. 

 

Respectfully,

Captain Garrett

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To all non-medical personnel,

 

It has recently come to my attention that uninjured personnel are entering and exiting the medical bay as they please without reprimand or concern. I'd like to inform you that the medical bay is in-fact, not a social club, and will not be treated as such. The only personnel allowed beyond the doors and stairs of reception are medical personnel, injured or sick Federation personnel, commissioned officers, and otherwise personnel authorized access by a medic with the rank of Specialist or higher. Failure to abide by this warning and regulation will result in NJP (a reason to actually be in the medical bay), and repeated offenses may result in a court martial.

 

Thank you,

 

LT. VAN DIJK, SAOIRSE

112TH BN. \\ 34TH IR. \\ A. CO.

1ST MED BDE. \\ 182ND DET.

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Evening Grapes,

 

A big change in the NCO life has finally hit the deck as a final review sheet has been popped out for useage. The review sheet is meant for grading and estimating the competency and abilities of the NCO Corps in this company. A poor review will warrant a demerit, three of which will result in a demotion. Don't worry though, reviews will happen once a month so you've plenty of time to prepare. A good review will result in either promotion or some other commendation for a strong performance. 

 

Monthly reviews will be ran by a board of two staff sergeants chosen by Master Sergeant Dimov, who will chair the board. A sample review will be starting in the next day or so, so don't fret, but do be prepared. This is being done so that I, and the command staff, have a solid understanding of our NCO capabilities and their dedication.

 

An award ceremony is definitely needed, I will be sitting down with the command staff tonight to arrange a date.

 

Respectfully, 

Captain Garrett

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