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==Detachment Command Positions==
 
==Detachment Command Positions==
 
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The OIC can range from a [[Second Lieutenant]] on a small ship to a [[Lieutenant Colonel]] on a large facility or colony. Charged with the training, condition and tactical leadership of the Marine compliment, they are a member of the senior staff.
 
The OIC can range from a [[Second Lieutenant]] on a small ship to a [[Lieutenant Colonel]] on a large facility or colony. Charged with the training, condition and tactical leadership of the Marine compliment, they are a member of the senior staff.
 
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|description=The '''Marine Deputy Officer In Charge [DOIC]''', works like any Assistant Department head, removing some of the workload from the [[:Category:Marine Officer In Charge|Marine OIC]] and if the need arises taking on the role of Marine CO. He or she oversees the regular duties of the Marines, from regular drills to equipment training, assignment and supply requests to the ship or facility's Materials Officer or [[:Category:Quartermaster|Quartermaster]].
 
|description=The '''Marine Deputy Officer In Charge [DOIC]''', works like any Assistant Department head, removing some of the workload from the [[:Category:Marine Officer In Charge|Marine OIC]] and if the need arises taking on the role of Marine CO. He or she oversees the regular duties of the Marines, from regular drills to equipment training, assignment and supply requests to the ship or facility's Materials Officer or [[:Category:Quartermaster|Quartermaster]].
 
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Revision as of 06:07, 12 February 2020

This page is marked as a Work In Progress









USS NORTH CAROLINA DEPARTMENTS
CMD STRATEGIC OPS CONN ENG SEC TAC INTEL MED SCI M.A.C.O. Soldiers M.A.C.O. Operatives M.A.C.O. Flight CIV
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Military Assault Command Operations Division
Department Colors:

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Officers:

16

Enlisted:

40

Senior Officer: Samet
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Summary

Positions & Roles

Detachment Command Positions

Marine Officer In Charge
Officer QTY: 1 The Marine Officer In Charge [OIC] is responsible for all the Marine personnel assigned to the ship or facility. He or she is in required to take command of any special ground operations and lease such actions with security. The Marines could be called the 24th century commandos.

The OIC can range from a Second Lieutenant on a small ship to a Lieutenant Colonel on a large facility or colony. Charged with the training, condition and tactical leadership of the Marine compliment, they are a member of the senior staff.

Marine Deputy Officer In Charge
Officer QTY: 1 The Marine Deputy Officer In Charge [DOIC], works like any Assistant Department head, removing some of the workload from the Marine OIC and if the need arises taking on the role of Marine CO. He or she oversees the regular duties of the Marines, from regular drills to equipment training, assignment and supply requests to the ship or facility's Materials Officer or Quartermaster.
Detachment First Sergeant
Enlisted QTY: 1


The Showguard

First Platoon

Command Element

Platoon Commander
Officer QTY: 1
Platoon Sergeant
Enlisted QTY: 1


First Platoon, First Squad

First Platoon, Second Squad

First Platoon, Third Squad

First Platoon, Fourth Squad

Second Platoon

Command Element

Platoon Commander
Officer QTY: 1
Platoon Sergeant
Enlisted QTY: 1


Second Platoon, First Squad

Second Platoon, Second Squad

Second Platoon, Third Squad

Second Platoon, Fourth Squad

Third Platoon

Command Element

Platoon Commander
Officer QTY: 1
Platoon Sergeant
Enlisted QTY: 1


Third Platoon, First Squad

Third Platoon, Second Squad

Third Platoon, Third Squad

Third Platoon, Fourth Squad

Fourth Platoon

Command Element

Platoon Commander
Officer QTY: 1
Platoon Sergeant
Enlisted QTY: 1


Fourth Platoon, First Squad

Fourth Platoon, Second Squad

Fourth Platoon, Third Squad

Fourth Platoon, Fourth Squad

Fifth Platoon

Command Element

Platoon Commander
Officer QTY: 1
Platoon Sergeant
Enlisted QTY: 1


Fifth Platoon, First Squad

Fifth Platoon, Second Squad

Fifth Platoon, Third Squad

Fifth Platoon, Fourth Squad

Notable Places


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