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  • Policy & Procedure
  • Unit Roles, Duties and Responsibilities Policy Overview

     

    In order to create an atmosphere related to military simulation defined roles with set responsibilities are established. The following policy is divided into combat and staff section roles. All personnel have an assigned combat billet to perform in-game, with the exception of the S-2 Intelligence Officer and S-2 Intelligence Chief. The S-2 Intelligence Officer and S-2 Intelligence Chief are dedicated primary roles that replace their combat one. For all other staff section roles, they function as a secondary billet out of game and do not interfere with main unit operations and deployments.

     

    Combat Roles

     

    Battalion Commander (LTC)

    The Battalion Commander is the commanding officer of the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. He is in charge of every element within the Unit, the subordinate sections and all of its members. This position is usually held by a Lieutenant Colonel.

     

    Battalion Executive Officer (MAJ)

    The Battalion Executive Officer is the executive officer of the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. He assists the commanding officer in his duties and commands in his absence. He is responsible for all of the staff members in their respective sections. This position is usually held by a Major.

     

    Battalion Command Sergeant Major (CSM)

    The Battalion Command Sergeant Major  is responsible for all of the Non-Commissioned Officers and enlisted men of the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. He is ultimately responsible for their proper training and their morale and welfare. He reports directly to the Battalion CO. This position is usually held by a Command Sergeant Major.

     

    Battalion Surgeon (MAJ)

    The Battalion Surgeon is the senior ranking medical member in the unit. He establishes and enforces all official medical standards and operates the Battalion Aid Station or BAS. He also provides for all the logistical needs required by his subordinates to complete their assigned duties. This position is usually held by a Major. 

     

    Squadron Commander (MAJ)

    The Squadron Commander leads the attached 160th SOAR (A) squadron. He oversees the operation of the detachment, and is answerable to the Battalion Commander. The Squadron Commander tasks the Sections during combat operations. This position is usually held by a Major.

     

    Squadron Executive Officer (CPT)

    The Squadron Executive Officer assists the Squadron CO in his duties, and assumes responsibility as the CO in his absence. This position is usually held by a Captain.

     

    Air Operations Officer (CW5)

    The Air Operations Officer is responsible for the training and well being of the flight squadron as a whole. He assumes command of the squadron in the absence of the CO and XO. This position is usually held by a Chief Warrant Officer 5.

     

    Detachment Commander (CW4)

    The Detachment Commander or DETCO, leads his respective two to four aircraft detachment within the squadron. He is responsible for the training of the detachment, and reports to the Squadron Commander. This position is usually held by a Chief Warrant Officer 4.

     

    Aircraft Commander (CW3)

    This is the highest ranking person assigned to any one aircraft. He is responsible for the safety and well being of the aircraft and it’s crew/payload. He determines crew assignments, and directs the aircraft in flight. This does not require him to be in direct operation of the aircraft. This position is usually held by a Chief Warrant Officer 3.

     

    Co-Pilot (CW3)

    Depending on the specific airframe, the secondary pilot assigned to the airframe will be designated as a co-pilot. This individual is responsible for operating the secondary vehicle systems such as weapons, cameras, etc. safely at the direction of the Aircraft Commander. This person is also the secondary pilot in the event that the Aircraft Commander becomes incapacitated. This position is usually held by a Chief Warrant Officer 3.

     

    Company Commander (CPT)

    The Company Commander analyzes the mission, considers and develops courses of action, makes decisions, issues orders and directs and supervises the operations of the Company. He reports directly to the Commanding Officer of the Battalion. This position is usually held by a Captain.

     

    Company Executive Officer (1LT)

    The Executive Officer assists the company commander in carrying out his duties and acts in his place with the CO is absent. This position is usually held by a First Lieutenant.

     

    Company First Sergeant (1SG)

    The First Sergeant is the senior enlisted member of the Company. He advises and assists the CO in the day to day operations of the Company. This position is usually held by a First Sergeant.

     

    Company Senior Medic (SSG)

    The Company Senior Medic is first and foremost a Medic, whose number one priority is the treatment of casualties in the field. The Company Senior Medic is also a medical leader inside the company and is responsible for the training and well being of all subordinate medics. This position is usually held by a Staff Sergeant who has the 68W MOS.

     

    Company Senior Joint Terminal Attack Controller (MSgt)

    The Senior JTAC is tasked with assisting Company Command with applying the 160th SOAR (A)’s flight detachment to the battlefield. It is the Senior JTAC’s responsibility to have a thorough understanding of all the ways the flight detachment can be applied to assist the ground element and how to request said help. The Senior JTAC is also responsible for the training and well being of his subordinate JTACs in the company. This position is usually held by a Master Sergeant who has the 1C4X1 MOS.

     

    Company Forward Air Controller (SrA)

    The Company Forward Air Controller or FAC, is tasked with assisting Company Command with applying the 160th SOAR (A)’s flight detachment to the battlefield. It is the FAC’s responsibility to have a thorough understanding of all the ways the flight detachment can be applied to assist the ground element and how to request said help. The FAC also servers as a Company RTO. This position is normally held by a Senior Airman who has the 1C4X1 MOS.

     

    Platoon Leader (1LT)

    The Platoon Leader is in charge of a single platoon. He oversees its actions in the

    field. Once the Platoon Leader receives the order, he is responsible for creating a movement plan and accomplishing the mission. This position is usually held by a First Lieutenant. 

     

    Platoon Sergeant (SFC)

    The Platoon Sergeant is the senior enlisted member of the platoon. He acts as an assistant and advisor to the platoon leader. In the field the Platoon Sergeant is focused on resupply, casualties and is ready to assume command of the platoon if needed. This position is usually held by a Sergeant First Class.

     

    Platoon Medic (SGT)

    The Platoon Medic is first and foremost a Medic, whose number one priority is the treatment of casualties in the field. The Platoon Medic is also a medical leader inside the platoon and is responsible for the training and well being of all subordinate medics. This position is normally held by a Sergeant who has the 68W MOS.

     

    Platoon Joint Terminal Attack Controller (SSgt)

    The Platoon Joint Terminal Attack Controller or JTAC, is responsible for ground to air tasking for the platoon. They are expected to have a thorough understanding of all the aspects of radio communication to include radio frequencies, radio brevity, radio call signs, etc. This position is usually held by a Staff Sergeant who has the 1C4X1 MOS.

     

    Squad Leader (SSG)

    The Squad Leader or SL, is responsible for the coordination and deployment of his squad. Squad Leaders are responsible for conducting training and the morale of their squad. This position is usually held by a Staff Sergeant.

     

    Squad Medic (SPC)

    The Squad Medic is the entry level medical position in the unit, and is responsible for providing treatment and aid to wounded friendlies in the field. This position is usually held by a Specialist who has the 68W MOS.

     

    Fireteam Leader (SGT)

    The Fireteam Leader or FTL, is responsible for the coordination and deployment of his fireteam as per the SL’s direction. This position is usually held by a Sergeant.

     

    Automatic Rifleman (SPC)

    The Automatic Rifleman, or AR, is responsible for deployment of his weapon system and ensuring that his fields of fire are clear. This position is usually held by a Specialist.

     

    Assistant Automatic Rifleman (SPC)

    The Assistant Automatic Rifleman or AAR, is responsible for assisting the Automatic Rifleman in the deployment of his weapon and carries additional ammunition for the AR. This position is usually held by a Specialist.

     

    Rifleman (SPC)

    The Rifleman is responsible for ensuring that he complies with the orders of his FTL and SL, and also acts as a scout or point man for the fireteam. This is also the only position authorized to carry and operate the M3 MAAWS or DMR for his respective squad or platoon. This position is usually held by a Specialist.

     

     

    Staff Section Roles

     

     

    S-1 Personnel Officer (1LT)

    The S-1 Personnel Officer is in charge of overseeing the entirety of the S-1 Section. All S-1 personnel report to him, and he reports directly to Battalion HQ. He is responsible for ensuring that all his subordinate S-1 personnel have everything they need logistically to complete their support functions. This position is usually held by a First Lieutenant or higher.

     

    S-1 Personnel Chief (SSG)

    The Personnel Chief is responsible for assisting the Personnel Officer with his duties. He is also responsible for maintaining the smooth operation of the S-1 Section. This position is held usually by a Staff Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-1 Personnel Clerk (PFC)

    The Personnel Clerk(s) perform all duties pertaining to the tracking of unit members. This consists of maintaining the unit master roster on PERSCOM, processing training and operations reports, processing transfers and resignations, etc. This position is held usually by a Private First Class or higher.

     

    S-1 Recruit Processor (PFC)

    The Recruit Processor(s) process all incoming applicants into the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. Their duties include but are not limited to entry level screening, S-1 Flagging, Acceptance or Denial of applicant's, Etc. This position is held usually by a Private First Class or higher.

     

    S-2 Intelligence Officer (1LT)

    The S-2 Intelligence Officer is in charge of the S-2 Intelligence Section. He ensures deployment storylines are planned, the enemy forces are tallied, intelligence packets are created, etc. During deployment, the S-2 Officer will serve as the OPFOR Strategic Commander as a Zeus Gamemaster, additionally. This position is a primary duty position within the unit and is usually held by a First Lieutenant. Anyone outside of this ranking guideline is authorized to fill the position in an acting capacity at the direction of Command Staff.

     

    S-2 Intelligence Chief (SSG)

    The Intelligence Chief is responsible for assisting the intelligence officer with his duties. This position is usually held by a Staff Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-2 Intelligence Analyst (PFC)

    The Intelligence Analyst generate any necessary storyline/intel to facilitate unit operations at the direction of the S-2 Intelligence Officer. Intelligence Analysts are responsible for posting updated World News inside of the unit Discord. They also interpret, assess, and process any intelligence gathered operationally by the unit. This position is held usually by a Private First Class or higher.

     

    S-2 Zeus Gamemaster (SGT)

    The Zeus Gamemaster is tasked with tactically applying the OPFOR to a mission/training/operation in accordance with the Zeus Guidelines at the direction of the S-2 Intelligence Officer. This position is a primary duty position within the unit and is usually held by a Sergeant. Anyone outside of this ranking guideline is authorized to fill the position in an acting capacity at the direction of Command Staff.

     

    S-3 Operations Officer (1LT)

    The S-3 Operations Officer is the Battalion qualification and specialty MOS overseer. They are responsible for the conduct of the trainings and schools assigned to the S-3 Operations Section. Unit related documents, SOPs, doctrine and training criteria are are dual responsibility between the S-3 Operations Officer and S-6 Training Officer. This position is held usually by a First Lieutenant or higher.

     

    S-3 Operations Chief (SSG)

    The Operations Chief is responsible for overseeing the remainder of the S-3 section and providing his subordinates with any logistical needs as required for them to complete their assigned duties. He is also tasked with assisting the S-3 Operations Officer as requested, and assumes the Ops Officer’s role in his absence. The position is held usually by a Staff Sergeant or higher

     

    S-3 Qualfication Instructor (SPC)

    The Qualification Instructor is responsible for conducting their respective qualification as per the S-3 Operations Officers discretion. This position is held usually by a Specialist or higher.

     

    S-3 TACP Instructor (SrA)

    The Tactical Air Control Party Instructor is responsible for conducting their respective 1C4X1 Tactical Air Control Party MOS training. This position is held usually by a Senior Airman or higher.

     

    S-3 Medical Instructor (SPC)

    The Medical Instructor is responsible for conducting their respective 68W Combat Medic Specialist MOS training. This position is held usually by a Specialist or higher.

     

    S-3 Flight Instructor (CW3)

    The Flight Instructor is responsible for conducting their respective 153A Rotary Wing Aviator MOS training. This position is held usually by a Chief Warrant Officer 3 or higher.

     

    S-4 Logistics Officer (1LT)

    The S-4 Logistics Officer oversees all subordinate S-4 personnel and provides them with any logistical needs that they may need to complete their assigned duties This position is held usually by a First Lieutenant or higher.

     

    S-4 Logistics Chief (SSG)

    The Logistics Chief oversees the technical maintenance of Unit owned game servers. He is tasked with keeping the game servers up to date and operationally ready for utilization. He is also tasked with assisting the S-4 Logistics Officer and assumes his responsibilities in his absence. This position is held usually by a Staff Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-4 Website Specialist (SGT)

    The Website Specialist(s) are tasked with the upkeep and update of the unit website not to include the forums. This position is held usually by a Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-4 Mission Specialist (SPC)

    The Mission Team Specialist(s) is tasked with the creation of all official mission files to be utilized by the unit. This position is held usually by a Specialist or higher.

     

    S-5 Civil Affairs Officer (2LT)

    The S-5 Civil Affairs Officer is in charge of overseeing the entirety of the S-5 Section. All S-5 personnel report to him, and he reports directly to Battalion HQ. He is responsible for ensuring that all his subordinate S-5 personnel have everything they need logistically to complete their support functions. This position is held usually by a Second Lieutenant or higher.

     

    S-5 Civil Affairs Chief (SGT)

    The Civil Affairs Chief is responsible for assisting the Civil Affairs Officer with his duties. He is also responsible for maintaining the smooth operation of the S-5 Section. This position is held usually by a Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-5 Civil Affairs Specialist (PFC)

    The Civil Affairs Specialist is responsible for recruitment and community outreach to bring in new members. Duties would include voting on the Clanlist advertisement, bumping recruitment posts, and speaking with potential recruits. This position is held usually by a Private First Class or higher.

     

    S-6 Training Officer (2LT)

    The S-3 Training Officer is tasked with overseeing all aspects of Entry Level Training, airborne and air assault school. He reports directly to the Battalion HQ for recommendations on the training needs of the unit. The position is held by a Second Lieutenant or higher.

     

    S-6 Training Chief (SGT)

    The Training Chief is tasked with assisting the S-6 Training Officer in the completion of his assigned duties. This position is held usually by a Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-6 Airborne Instructor (SGT)

    The Airborne Instructor is responsible for conducting the Airborne Qualification and parachute qualifying. This position is held usually by a Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-6 Air Assault Instructor (SGT)

    The Air Assault Instructor is responsible for conducting the Air Assault Qualification and air assault qualifying. This position is held usually by a Sergeant or higher.

     

    S-6 RASP Instructor (SPC)

    The Ranger Assessment and Selection Program Instructor is responsible for running the weekly RASP class for new Privates. This position is held usually by a Private First Class or higher.

     

    S-6 BCT Instructor (SPC)

    The Basic Combat Training Instructor is responsible for running the weekly BCT class for new Recruits. This position is held usually by a Private First Class or higher.

     

About Us

2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment is a United States Army Military Simulation Unit based on the game ArmA III during the present day. We host deployment operations on our private servers using; terrain, weapon, radio, vehicle, and modifications.

Our structure, ranks, billets, and atmosphere are closely related to the U.S. Army. Other aspects are our own adaptations such as; awards and accommodations, promotion policy, training and weapon qualifications.

Most of our members are adults with full-time jobs and families. Some are active or prior military, and others are civilians. Some are green to the ArmA experiences others have been playing ArmA since 2004. If you enjoy teamwork, leadership, cohesion and are always seeking to improve and better yourself, this is your home.



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