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Ranking Structure

Ranking Structure

Private

To become a Private in UEG, the Recruit must know the Code of Conduct and sign up to ueglive.com.

Rules & Regulations

  1. No cheating as defined by Xbox LIVE's Terms of Service.
  2. No drama. This inlcudes racism, harassment, discrimination, and disrespect.
  3. No promoting the illegal use of drugs or alcohol.
  4. All members of United Extreme Gaming must add the UEG club.
  5. UEG remains neutral with all other gaming communities, and when you are in UEG you cannot be a part of any other gaming community on Xbox Live.
  6. You have the privilege to request a UEG gamertag if you have been a sergeant for at least 4 months or by achieving the rank of Master Chief or higher.

Sergeant

To become a Sergeant the Private must be at their current rank for at least 7 day. The Private must also know the ranking structure, job duties and responsibilities of each rank, and the requirements for the previous ranks.
  • Admiral - ADM
  • Vice Admiral - VA
  • Rear Admiral - RA
  • Captain - CPT
  • Commander - CMDR
  • Lieutenant - LT
  • Master Chief - MC
  • Staff Sergeant - SSGT
  • Sergeant - SGT
  • Private - PVT
  • Recruit - RCT


Admiral - ADM
Description: Commanding Officer
Duties: Command the daily operations of UEG and a UEG Council member.
Authority: May promote to Admiral, issue CIA, and Community Ban.
Privileges: Multiple UEG gamertags with “CO” after to denote Commanding Officer.

Vice Admiral – VA
Description: Executive Officer
Duties: Over see any Rear Admirals that has been assigned to them by the Admirals.
Authority: May promote to Rear Admiral and issue a Vice Admiral Ban.
Privileges: Multiple UEG gamertags with “EXO” after to denote Executive Officer.

Rear Admiral – RA
Description: Division Officer
Duties: Oversees and supports the Captain while making sure UEG guidelines are followed.
Authority: May promote to Captain and issue a Rear Admiral ban.
Privileges: Multiple UEG gamer tags with “EXO” after to denote Executive Officer.

Captain – CAPT
Description: Branch Commanding Officer
Duties: Command the daily operation of a UEG Branch, with in UEG Guidelines.
Authority: May promote to Commander (RA approval required for MC/LT/CDR).
Privileges: Eligible to request a UEG gamertag without a time requirement.

Commander – CDR
Description: Branch Executive Officer
Duties: Structure the branch in order to split while learning from the Captain.
Authority: May promote to Lieutenant (Captain required and RA approval MC/LT).
Privileges: Eligible to request a UEG gamertag without a time requirement.

Lieutenant – LT
Description: Branch Officer responsible for Recruits - Master Chief
Duties: Provide activities and training, while enforcing the code of conduct.
Prerequisite: Recommended 2 months as a MC with UEG basic Officer Information.

Master Chief – MC
Description: Branch Staff responsible for recruiting and mentoring.
Duties: Recruit, Promote, and mentor SSGTs.

Staff Sergeant – SSGT
Description: Branch Staff trainee responsible for recruiting.
Duties: Find potential recruits and learn the recruiting process from a Master Chief.

Sergeant – SGT
Description: Member.
Duties: Actively participates in the Branch and the weekly Branch meeting.

Private – PVT
Description: Member
Duties: Actively participates in the Branch and the weekly Branch meeting.

Recruit – RCT
Description: UEG pledge on a 7-10 day trial period.
Duties: Participate with in the branch, getting to know members and UEG.

Staff Sergeant

The Sergeant must know and be able to give a recruiting speech competently and know that they cannot recruit without a Master Chief or higher to oversee the recruiting speech. They must also know all of the requirements for the previous ranks.

Master Chief

The Staff Sergeant must know and give a perfect recruiting speech to be promoted to Master Chief as well as know the requirements for the previous ranks.

Lieutenant

The Master Chief must prove that they know how to handle difficult situations of drama and other episodes involving lower ranking members. This can be through hypothetical questions or actual examples of dealing with drama. The Master Chief must also have a proven record of recruiting members into the community.The Master Chief must have requisite knowledge as well they must know the following under the minimum standards:
  1. Know how to promote and to what rank they can promote to if they earn the rank of Lieutenant.
  2. Know how to demote and to what rank they can demote if they earn the rank of LT.
  3. Know how to remove someone from the community if they earn the rank of LT.
  4. Know the difference between 1st LT and Commander.
  5. Know how to bring an ex-member back into UEG.
  6. Know how to properly run squads.
  7. Know how to do a proper background check.

Commander

A Lieutenant being interviewed for Commander must understand the position and want to be a Captain. The Lieutenant must understand that the position is a training position to become a Captain and know what the job entails. In addition, the Lieutenant must know the following:
  1. Know how to bring an ex-member back into UEG, ie. know what channels to use.
  2. Know how to handle higher level situations and drama (MC-LT).
  3. Know how to put together and maintain a Master Battalion

Captain

The Commander must know protocols for setting up a branch split. The Commander has to be evaluated and must be deemed to be a leader. Simply knowing UEG knowledge will not make you a good Captain. The Commander must be able to critically think about situations within the branch and find appropriate solutions.

Rear Admiral

The Captain otherwise eligible for the Rear Admiral position must know the following information:
  1. Know how to give a dissertation.
  2. Know how to participate in an Admiral meeting.
  3. Know the difference between protocol and procedure.
  4. Must spend thirty minutes with the Admiral before the interview.
  5. Know how to put a branch on lockdown.
  6. Know how to properly evaluate a branch.
  7. Know how to overturn the decision of a Captain.
  8. Know how to approve gamertag changes and branch tags.

Vice Admiral

Know the position and what is expected at the position.

Admiral

Know the position and what is expected at the position.

Minimum Standards

The minimum standards have been established by the UEG Council to foster consistency within the community at each rank from Recruit up to the Admiral. The Council’s goal is to reduce disparity so that at each rank, members will know certain operating knowledge. To be clear, this does not dictate what your own personal standard should be for yourself or even should be, you should set your own bar high whether you are a Captain or Rear Admiral or other officer. However we established these standards and expect members to know that standard at each respective rank. Officer Ranks that are responsible for interviews (Lieutenant to Admiral ) should dedicate this information to memory as each member you give an interview to will be expected to know information and in certain cases have the requisite experience to meet these minimum standards in addition to the standards set forth by your Captain, Rear Admiral, Vice Admiral, or Admiral.

Council also wants to be clear that we want our Captain to analyze and critically think to develop solutions to problems and if a solution to a problem would in some way conflict with these minimum standards or time protocols for promotion then go through the proper channel and attempt your solution however you will be held accountable to these standards if you do not correct your mistake. For example, if your branch is low on Lieutenants and leadership and you believe that a current Master Chief would make a great leader and great Lieutenant however that Master Chief has not created a proven record of properly recruiting members into the branch, you may go outside the standards and promote this member. Be certain that you inform your commanding officer and make sure that if your solution to the problem proves unworkable you are responsible for reversing a decision to take an action that conflicted with the minimum standards. The previously mentioned are the minimum standards set forth at each rank.

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