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  • Unit Promotion Policy Overview

    In order to create an atmosphere related to military simulation a promotion system resembling the U.S. Army's was needed. The following policy is the 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiments attempt to bring real world realism into the practical application of gaming where the unit exists. This policy has been the best attempt to create a fair and impartial way to reward members for their dedication to the unit.

     

    Requirements for Promotion

    Ranks at the enlisted, warrant and officer levels are posses different criteria or requirements for promotion. These are for example; contributing to the forums, no lapse in activity levels, proficiency in-game, graduated from BLC/ALC/OCS, recommendation from squad leader or promotion board. The more open ended requirements are for the interpretation of the promotion board such as forum contributions and proficiency in-game. While contributing to duty MOS (DMOS) activities are more defined as active participating in staff section(s).

     

    Time in Grade & Time in Service

    Time in Grade is defined as the number of days spent at the current rank or pay grade. Time in Service is the overall number of days spent in the unit. While in the reserve section Time in Grade is adjusted to reflect the activity level of reserve members while the Time in Service is not altered. In most cases the Time in Grade and Time in Service requirements are not to be deviated from without approval from S-1 Personnel and Command Staff.

     

    Eligible for Promotion

    Any soldiers who meets the Time in Grade, training, and the other miscellaneous requirements listed on the Ranks and Insignia page must first be approved by the S-1 Personnel Officer. The list of soldiers who are ready for promotion administratively must be checked for disciplinary complaints or an activity check. Promotions to E-1 Private and E-2 Private Second Class are done through the S-6 Training Staff Section after the completion of BCT and RASP. Promotions to non-commissioned officer (NCO) require the solider to be in a billet which supports the promotion. Examples of NCO billets are; Fireteam Leader, Squad Leader, Platoon Medic, Platoon JTAC and Company Senior Medic. The policy of being in a billet which supports a promotion applies to the staff non-commissioned officer promotions as-well. Examples of SNCO billets are; Platoon Sergeant, Company Senior JTAC, Company First Sergeant, Battalion Sergeant Major. Personnel assigned to any of the Staff Sections can be assigned to fill certain roles as needed. These soldiers are selected on a case by case basis and act as fill-ins during official events. Warrant Officer Candidate and Officer Candidate ranks are not considered promotions can can occur outside of a promotion ceremony.

     

    Billet, Minimum Rank and Maximum Rank Table

    11B Infantryman / 11Z Infantry Senior Sergeant

    Billet

    Minimum Rank

    Maximum Rank

    Rifleman

    PV2

    SPC

    Fireteam Leader

    PFC

    SGT

    Squad Leader

    CPL

    SSG

    Platoon Sergeant

    SGT

    SFC

    First Sergeant

    1SG

    1SG

    Command Sergeant Major

    SGM

    CSM

     

    68W Combat Medic Specialist / 62B Field Surgeon

    Billet

    Minimum Rank

    Maximum Rank

    Squad Medic

    PV2

    SPC

    Platoon Medic

    SPC

    SGT

    Company Senior Medic

    SGT

    SSG

    Battalion Surgeon

    2LT

    MAJ

     

    1C4X1 Tactical Air Control Party 

    Billet

    Minimum Rank

    Maximum Rank

    Platoon JTAC

    A1C

    SSgt

    Company FAC

    Amn

    SrA

    Company Senior JTAC

    SSgt

    MSgt

     

    153A Rotary Wing Aviator

    Billet

    Minimum Rank

    Maximum Rank

    Co-Pilot

    WOC

    CW2

    Aircraft Commander

    WO1

    CW3

    Detachment Commander

    CW2

    CW4

    Air Operations Officer

    CW3

    CW5

    Battalion Executive Officer

    2LT

    CPT

    Battalion Commander

    1LT

    MAJ

     

    Headquarters & Service Platoon

    Billet

    Minimum Rank

    Maximum Rank

    Staff Section Member

    SPC

    SGT

    Staff Section Chief

    SGT

    MSG

    Staff Section Officer

    2LT

    MAJ

     

    11A Infantry Officer

    Billet

    Minimum Rank

    Maximum Rank

    Platoon Leader

    2LT

    1LT

    Company Executive Officer

    2LT

    1LT

    Company Commander

    1LT

    CPT

    Battalion Executive Officer

    CPT

    MAJ

    Battalion Commander

    MAJ

    LTC

     

    Promotion Board

    Personnel who are up for promotion to ranks that require a promotion board, will be reviewed by their immediate chain of command. Topics such as the soldiers activity, performance in game, ability to lead, manage and supervise subordinates, awards the solider has earned, training qualifications obtained and general good character will be reviewed. It is up to the discretion of the promotion board if an interview is conducted with the solider up for promotion. Once the promotion board is concluded the results are passes to the S-1 Personnel Officer to be approved and the promotion is granted.


    Closing Notes

    You may be eligible for promotion administratively, however all promotions are approved by S-1 Personnel and Command Staff. Generally speaking, the lower the promotion the less the Command Staff is involved with the decision. A solider up for promotion to Sergeant is closer reviewed by their Squad and Platoon Leader rather than the Battalion Commander. Meanwhile, staff non-commissioned officers, warrant officers and officers are closely evaluated for performance and ability to act in accordance with the position the promotion will grant.

     

     

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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