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Applications / Rank structure
« on: December 28, 2018, 05:10:08 PM »
Rank structure of the PGP

Commissioned Officers:
Polkovnik (Plk) - Colonel, regimental commanding officer
Podpolkovnik (Pplk) - Lt. Colonel, 2nd in Command

Kapitan (Kpt) - Captain, head of company
Poruchik (Prk) - Lieutenant, administrative officer
Praporshick (Prp) - Ensign, Lieutenant's assistant

Non-commissioned officers:
Feldfebel (Fdb) - Sergeant Major, head of NCO team
Starshiy Unteroffitser (StUnt) - Sergeant
Mladshiy Unteroffitser (MlUnt) - NCO Cadet

Efreiter (Efr) - Corporal, veteran soldier.
Grenader (Gren) - Grenadier, elite soldier.
Ryadovoy (Rdv) - Private

Rekrut (Rek) - Trial period before officially becoming an enlisted soldier in the regiment.

Detailed rank descriptions and responsibilities:

Enlisted ranks are the main body of the company. They are assigned based on a member's time spent in the regiment, dedication to the regiment and personal skills. One should not expect to rise fast through the ranks, and most members will be at the rank of Ryadovoy. If your goal is to achieve a high rank, look elsewhere. Our regiment is not rank-oriented, and our ranks are earned through hard work, time, loyalty and dedication to our group.

Non-commissioned officers:
Non-commissioned officers ["NCOs"] are there to share the administrative duties with commissioned officers as well as take care of everyday duties such as ensuring that all members are following the code of conduct and also developing tactics and strategies for our matches. Each NCO can be assigned a specific duty by his senior COs. The NCOs are long-standing members of our group, who have shown themselves willing and capable to have more responsibility and assist with running our group.

Commissioned officers:
Commissioned officers are the senior officers and are there to take care of administrative duties and to lead during the events. NCOs and COs are there to share the "burden" of doing everything that needs to be done in order for our group to run smoothly.

Applications / Application Template
« on: March 29, 2018, 01:41:10 PM »
In order to apply to join, please follow the instructions given in this thread. Before applying, make sure to have familiarized yourself with our Code of Conduct, and also, be aware that we are a European-based clan, so our events usually take place at 20:00 CET.

Make a new topic in this board, and use this following template for the thread title:
"Your Name - Application"

Copy this format, and fill it out in your application post.

Code: [Select]
[b]Your Username:[/b]

[b]Steam Profile URL:[/b]
[sub]You can find your URL by going to your profile, right-clicking and pressing "Copy Page URL".[/sub]

[sub]Please note that our general age restriction says that you have to be at least 13 years old to join our clan, but exceptions can be made, if we deem you to be mature enough.[/sub]

[b]Country of Residence:[/b]

[b]How would you rate your English abilities?[/b]
[sub]On a scale from 1-5, with 1 being the worst and 5 being the best.[/sub]

[b]Why would you like to join us?[/b]

[b]Do you have any previous regimental experience?:[/b]

[b]How did you hear about us?:[/b]
[sub](If you were recruited by one of our members, please mention his or her name)[/sub]

After you have posted your application, one of our regimental staff will reply to you shortly.

Applications / Code of Conduct
« on: March 28, 2018, 09:03:09 PM »
All members of the Pavlovskiy Grenadierskiy Polk agree to follow and abide by the regimental code of conduct, and are expected to as such. Violations of the code of conduct may lead to immediate expulsion from the clan.

General Rules

I. Discrimination or personal attacks on other members in the regiment is strictly prohibited. Remember that we're all part of one community here, so show respect towards your fellow members. Please keep in mind that this is an international community of members with various religions, ethnicities, and values. Personal attacks on other members of the regiment will not be tolerated, and this rule will be strictly enforced.

II. We are a discipline-oriented regiment. You are required to respect seniority and rank higher than yours. Members are expected to respect our ranking structure, and follow orders given to them by a superior. Should you feel anyone is abusing their senior position, take it up with senior regimental staff.

III. Do not discuss politics. Politics bring disharmony to a group, and we're all here to enjoy each other's company and play games together, not to discuss politics. If you wish to discuss politics with someone, take it elsewhere and keep it outside regimental channels.

IV. Be respectful towards both people in and out of the group. Wear your clan tags with pride and honour, let's not bring shame to our group's name. Remember that everyone in our group is a representative of our fellowship, so conduct yourself in an orderly manner.

V. "Double-regging" is not allowed. Double-regging means being a part of two regiments (game clans) at the same time.

Event and in-game rules

I. When participating in a regimental event, you are required to report for duty in our TeamSpeak 3 server at least 15 minutes before the event starts , so that the officers can get a head count of the members in attendance, and be best prepared for the event.. If you must leave for dinner or something else comes up during the event, we ask you to please notify the commanding officer to let him know that you’ll be leaving.

II.If a member is absent from the regimental events without having notified a senior officer for an extended period of time, the member will be considered AWOL and discharged from the regiment.

III. When the active officer is commanding the regiment during events or matches be sure not to interrupt him, as this may result in confusion regarding the commands given.

IV. In Post Scriptum, keep radio transmissions short and concise. Don’t clutter radio communications with unnecessary banter. Transmit information and facts, be clear with what you are trying to say.

* Latest revision made on the 28th of Dec. 2018

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