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    Tactical Gaming Executive Committee (TGEC)

    Tactical Gaming Executive Committee (TGEC)

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    The Tactical Gaming Executive Committee Badge identifies Tactical Gaming’s highest-ranking positions.

    Tactical Gaming Executive Committee (TGEC) is comprised of the President of Tactical Gaming, the Vice President of Tactical Gaming and the Chief of Staff of Tactical Gaming and (TW) Tactical Adventures. (TA)

    This badge is a symbol of respect, and can only be earned through hard work, leadership, discipline, dedication, and self-sacrifice in the name of TG and TG affairs.

    President of Tactical Gaming (PR)

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    The President Badge identifies the highest position within Tactical Gaming (TG).

    The President's (PR) main duty and responsibility is to ensure Tactical Gaming is running efficiently, staff are completing their duties in a timely manner, and ensuring roles and responsibilities are being fulfilled as established by TGEC.

    Furthermore, the PR will provide guidance and vision to help direct the future growth of Tactical Gaming as a whole,with the intent of providing the best online gaming experience for its members.

    Vice President of Tactical Gaming (VP)

    Tactical Gaming Presidential Medal
    The Vice President Badge identifies the second highest position within Tactical Gaming (TG).

    The Vice President's (VP) main duties and responsibilities is to support the President of Tactical Gaming, ensure TG`s franchises (TW & TA) are running efficiently, ensure CoS are completing their duties in a timely manner, and ensuring roles and responsibilities are being fulfilled as established by TGEC.

    Furthermore, the VP will provide guidance and vision to help direct the future growth of TG's franchises (TW & TA) as a whole, with the intent of providing the best online gaming experience for its members.

    TACTICAL GAMING COMMAND

    Tactical Gaming Command (TGC)

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    The TG Command Badge identifies the members of TGC.

     

    TGC is comprised of the Chief of Staff, and Corps Commanders.

     

    This badge is a symbol of respect, and can only be earned through hard work, leadership, discipline, dedication, and self-sacrifice in the name of TG.

    Chief of Staff (CoS)

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    The Chief of Staff Badge identifies the highest-ranking position within TGC.  The minimum rank for this position is General of TW (5 Star).

     

    The Chief of Staff’s (CoS) main duty and responsibility is to ensure all divisions are completing their duties, roles and responsibilities as established by TGC.

     

    Another duty of the CoS is to help ensure the future and growth of all Divisions, and to help ensure the happiness of all of members.

    Corps Commander (CC)

    Tactical Gaming Chief of Staff Medal

    The Corps Commander Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in each Corps. The minimum rank for this position is Lieutenant General.

     

    The Corps Commander's (CC) main duty and responsibility is to lead a Corps consisting of 6 Divisions. 

     

    Another duty of the CC is to ensure all his/her divisions are completing their duties, roles and responsibilities as established by TGC.

     

    In addition, the CC is also responsible for supporting the CoS in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities.

    DIVISION STAFF

    Division Officer (DO)

    Tactical Gaming Chief of Staff Medal

    The Division Officer Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in each of Division. The minimum rank for this position is Brigadier General.

     

    The Division Officer’s (DO) main duty and responsibility is to lead a Division consisting of up to 2 Battalions. In addition, the DO is the contact person between the Division and TGC.

     

    The DO is also accountable for all members under his/her command, as well as being responsible for approving new recruits, and discharging existing members as needed.

     

    Promotions and transfers also fall under the DO’s responsibilities, and are done based upon recommendation from his Battalion CO’s.

    Brigade Commander (BGC)

    Tactical Gaming Achievement Medal

    The Brigade Commander Badge identifies the second highest-ranking position in each of Division. The minimum rank for this position is Lieutenant Colonel.

     

    The Brigade Commander’s (BGC) main duty and responsibility is to support the Division Officer in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities.

     

    Another duty of the BGC is to ensure the Division Staff tracks attendance and promotions according to regulations, as well as keeping track of the HTO’s progress in tracking Boot Camp completion, members who are AWOL, and members who are On Leave.

    Battalion Staff

    Commanding Officer (CO)

    Tactical Gaming Medal

    The Commanding Officer Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in each Division’s various Battalions. The minimum rank for this position is Captain.

     

    The Commanding  Officer’s (CO) main duty and responsibility is to command all members of his or her Battalion, and resolve all issues, problems, or concerns that arise within his or her Battalion.

     

    The CO acts as the point of contact between the Squad Staff and the Division Staff, and is accountable for all members under his or her command. The CO will delegate duties to others in his or her Battalion as he or she sees fit.

    Executive Officer (XO)

    Order of the Purple Heart

    The Executive Officer Badge identifies the second highest-ranking position in each Division’s various Battalions. The minimum rank for this position is  Second Lieutenant.

     

    The Executive Officer’s (XO) main duty and responsibility is to support the Commanding Officer in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities.

     

    Another duty of the XO is  to oversee the Squad Staff’s performance and coverage, to ensure all squad practices are running at optimal limits.

     

    The XO will also recommend changes in leadership or practice improvements, as well as promotions of personnel, to the CO.

    Platoon Leader (PL)

    Tactical Gaming Training Office Achievement Medal

    The Platoon Leader Badge identifies the third highest-ranking position in each Battalion.

     

    The minimum rank for this position is Sergeant Major.

    The Platoon Leader's (PL) main duty and responsibility is to lead, oversee and coordinate all aspects of battlefield engagements for multiple squads within a Battalion.

     

    This position is only official for game franchises that support the simultaneous online play of multiple squads, such as in massive multiplayer games.

     

    While in-game, all SL's report directly to the PL for all aspects of squad movement, tactics, formations and strategies.

    SQUAD STAFF

    Squad Leader (SL)

    Tactical Gaming Public Relations Achievement Medal

    The Squad Leader Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in each Battalion’s various Squads. The minimum rank for this position is Staff Sergeant.

     

    The Squad Leader’s (SL) main duty and responsibility is to coordinate and run his/her squad’s practices and matches.

     

    The SL also runs all aspects of his/her squad, such as answering questions from squad members to solving conflict within his/her squad.

     

    The SL can also recommend promotions, demotions and discharges to his CoC, if he/she can provide detailed proof that a squad member has not been following regulations and protocol.

    Squad Assistant (SA)

    Tactical Gaming Valor Medal

    The Squad Assistant Badge identifies the second highest-ranking position in each Battalion’s various Squads. The minimum rank for this position is Sergeant.

     

    The Squad Assistant’s (SA) main duty and responsibility is to support the Squad Leader in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities.

     

    Another duty of the SA is to conduct the duties of the SL if the SL is absent, or not available to answer questions, concerns, or to solve conflict within the squad.

    CERTIFICATION & SKILLS BADGES

    Boot Camp (BC)

    Outstanding Volunteer Award

    The Boot Camp Badge identifies active members of Tactical Warfare who have completed the Boot Camp test.

     

    Boot Camp (BC) is immediately administrated to all new Recruits upon their registration with Tactical Warfare.

     

    Once a Recruit the completes Boot Camp test, he or she is automatically promoted from Recruit to Private First Class.

     

    Only members who have obtained this badge will be allowed to participate in Squad Practices and Ladder Matches, officially representing Tactical Warfare.

    MOUT

    Outstanding Recruiter Award

    The Military Operations on Urban Terrain Badge denotes proficiency and certification in the official adaptation of United States Marine Corps MOUT Tactics.

     

    Military Operations on Urban Terrain (MOUT) training must be administered to the member by qualified MOUT personnel in order for the certification to be official.

     

    MOUT tactics consist of the formation, movement, discipline, dispersion, and security of a small but effective Fire Team in an urban environment.

     

    Qualification ensures members recognize the various formations in MOUT, how to adapt from one formation to another seamlessly, their role within the Fire Team, and how to clear urban areas, such as buildings, warehouses, and other urban structures, of enemy forces.

    Ready Team Fire Assist

    Tactical Gaming Sponsor Award Medal

    The Ready-Team-Fire-Assist Badge denotes proficiency and certification in official adaptation of United States Marine Corps Fire Team Tactics.

     

    Ready-Team-Fire-Assist (RTFA) training must be administered to the member by qualified RTFA personnel in order for the certification to be official.

     

    RTFA tactics consist of the formation, movement, discipline, dispersion, and security of a small but effective Fire Team.

     

    Qualification ensures members recognize the various formations in RTFA, how to adapt from one formation to another seamlessly, their role within the Fire Team, and how to deal with contact with the enemy, or the possibility of threat of contact with the enemy.

    Medic

    Outstanding Contributor Award

    The Medical Badge denotes proficiency in all aspects of in-game medical knowledge, applications and tools, and in the revival of fallen squad mates.

     

    This position is only official for game franchises that support a medic component and/or revival system.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Medic Training course in the respective member's Division, by achieving a score above the 75% mark.

    Engineer

    Tactical Gaming Tenure Award

    The Engineer Badge denotes proficiency of in-game demolitions and the repairing of equipment.

     

    This position is only official for game franchises that support an engineering component and/or repairing system.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Engineering Training course in the respective member's Division by achieving a score above the 75% mark.

    Vehicle Proficiency

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Vehicle Proficiency Badge denotes proficiency of in-game operation of a vehicle.

     

    This position is only official for game franchises that support the vehicle component and/or vehicle gunner system.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Vehicle Proficiency Training course in the respective member's Division, by achieving a score above the 75% mark.

    Air Support

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    The Air Support Badge denotes proficiency of in-game operation of Close Air Support (CAS), Combat Air Patrol (CAP), Airlift (transportation of supplies and personnel) and Aerial reconnaissance (UAV).

     

    This badge is only official for game franchises that support the air support component. To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Advance Training Certification (ATC) of their respective Division.

    Rifle Marksman

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Rifle Weapons Marksman Badge denotes proficiency in the use of semi and automatic rifles.  

     

    The badge itself has a silver tone, to depict its category of Rifle Weapons.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 50% to 74%.

    Rifle Sharpshooter

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Rifle Weapons Sharpshooter Badge denotes proficiency in the use of semi and automatic rifles. 

     

    The badge itself has a silver tone, to depict its category of Rifle Weapons. 

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 75% to 89%.

    Rifle Expert

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Rifle Weapons Expert Badge denotes proficiency in the use of semi and automatic rifles. 

     

    The badge itself has a silver tone, to depict its category of Rifle Weapons. 

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score above the 90% mark.

    Sniper Marksman

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Sniper Marksman Badge denotes proficiency in the use of sniper weapons.

     

    The badge itself has a gold tone, to depict its category of Sniper Weapons. 

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 50% to 74%.

    Sniper Sharphooter

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Sniper Sharpshooter Badge denotes proficiency in the use of sniper weapons.

     

    The badge itself has a gold tone, to depict its category of Sniper Weapons. 

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 75% to 89%.

    Sniper Expert

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Sniper Expert Badge denotes proficiency in the use of sniper weapons.

     

    The badge itself has a gold tone, to depict its category of Sniper Weapons. 

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging above 90%.

    Explosives Marksman

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Explosives Weapons Marksman Badge denotes proficiency in the use of grenade or rocket launcher rifles, as well as frag and smoke grenades. 

     

    The badge itself has a bronze tone, to depict its category of Explosive Weapons. 

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 50% to 74%.

    Explosives Sharpshooter

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Explosives Weapons Sharpshooter Badge denotes proficiency in the use of grenade or rocket launcher rifles, as well as frag and smoke grenades. 

     

    The badge itself has a bronze tone, to depict its category of Explosive Weapons. 

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 75% to 89%.

    Explosives Expert

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Explosives Weapons Expert Badge denotes proficiency in the use of grenade or rocket launcher rifles, as well as frag and smoke grenades. 

     

    The badge itself has a bronze tone, to depict its category of Explosive Weapons.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score above the 90% mark.

    Close Quarter Marksman

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Close Quarter Combat (CQB) Weapons Marksman Badge denotes proficiency in the use of CQB-type weapons, including, but not limited to hand-to-hand combat, knives, pistols, shotguns, and other game-specific close-range weapons as applicable.

     

    The badge itself has a steel blue tone, to depict its category of CQB Weapons.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 50% to 74%.

    Close Quarter Sharpshooter

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Close Quarter Combat (CQB) Weapons Sharpshooter Badge denotes proficiency in the use of CQB-type weapons, including, but not limited to hand-to-hand combat, knives, pistols, shotguns, and other game-specific close-range weapons as applicable.

     

    The badge itself has a steel blue tone, to depict its category of CQB Weapons.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score ranging from 75% to 89%.

    Close Quarter Expert

    Tactical Gaming Advanced Training Medal

    The Close Quarter Combat (CQB) Weapons Sharpshooter Badge denotes proficiency in the use of CQB-type weapons, including, but not limited to hand-to-hand combat, knives, pistols, shotguns, and other game-specific close-range weapons as applicable.

     

    The badge itself has a steel blue tone, to depict its category of CQB Weapons.

     

    To obtain this badge, a member must complete the Infantry Training course in the respective weapon class, by achieving a score above the 90% mark.

     

    TRAINING OFFICE (TO) STAFF

    Head Trainer (HT)

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    The Head Trainer badge identifies the officer in charge of training within TG.

    The Head Trainer's (HT) main duty and responsibility is to control all aspects of training, from boot or training camps to advanced training courses, and is therefore in charge of all of Assistant Trainers (AT) within the franchise.

    Assistant Trainer (AT)

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    The Assistant Trainer badge identifies the second highest-ranking officer in TG’s Training Office (TO).

    Their main duties and responsibilities are to support the Head Trainer (HT) in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities. The ATs are also the direct Chain of Command (CoC) of new Recruits (REC) and brings forward any issues regarding new RECs and/or training directly to the HT.

    Mentors

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    The  Mentor badge identifies the members selected to mentor chain of command personnel. The Mentor's main duty and responsibility is to coordinate and run  CoC Practice Program (CPP).

    The Mentor runs all aspects of CPPs, such as scheduling practices, mentoring fellow CoC members, and completing CPP Checklists based on their chosen mentee's performance during each CPP.

    The Mentor also works alongside their Division/Legion's CoC and the TO to identify solutions to SS performance issues that arise during CPPs; and assist in the development of a plan of action to resolve these issues and improve upon SS performance.

    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES (IT) STAFF

    Web Team Head (WTH)

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    The Web Team Head Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in Tactical Gaming’s Web Team.

    The Web Team Head’s (WTH) main duty and responsibility is to manage all aspects of operations of the Web Team on a daily basis.

    Duties include managing the Web Team staff’s daily assignments and workload, coordinating with TGEC on strategic projects for the Web Team, and ensuring website coding, maintenance, upgrades, and troubleshooting are being addressed on a consistent and timely fashion.

    Web Team Executive (WTE)

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    The Web Team Executive Badge identifies the second highest-ranking position in Tactical Gaming’s Web Team.

    The Web Team Executive’s (WTE) main duty and responsibility is to assist the Web Team Head with managing all aspects of operations relating to his/her field of expertise on a daily basis.

    Web Team Lead and Members are assigned to teams based on subject matter expertise (i.e. coding, graphics, etc), and it is the Web Team Executive’s job to ensure that his/her staff’s daily assignments and workload are being properly managed.

    Coding Team Lead (CTL)

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    The Coding Team Lead Badge identifies the position in charge of the Coding Team. The CTL main duty and responsibility is to assist the Web Team Executive(s) with managing all aspects of operations relating to his/her field of expertise on a daily basis.

    Coding Team Members are assigned to tasks based on  expertise  and it is the Coding Team Lead’s job to ensure that his/her staff’s daily assignments and workload are being properly managed. 

    Coding Team Member (CTM)

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    The Coding Team Badge identifies members of the Coding Team (CT). The CT is comprised of members from various technical backgrounds, all of whom possess specialized skills in areas of web design.

    CT members are  unsung heroes behind the scenes on the website, forums, and documents, and they are constantly striving to provide a product worthy of the TG brand.

    Digital Media Team Lead (DMTL)

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    The Digital Media Team Lead Badge identifies the position in charge of the Digital Media Team. The DMTL main duty and responsibility is to assist the Web Team Executive(s) with managing all aspects of operations relating to his/her field of expertise on a daily basis.

    Digital Media Team Members are assigned to tasks based on  expertise  and it is the DMTL’s job to ensure that his/her staff’s daily assignments and workload are being properly managed. 

    Digital Media Team Member (DMTM)

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    The Digital Media Team Member Badge identifies members of the Digital Media Team (DMT). The DMT is comprised of members from various digital media backgrounds, all of whom possess specialized skills in areas of digital media.

    DMTMs are  unsung heroes behind the scenes on the website and they are constantly striving to provide a product worthy of the TG brand.

    PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE (PRO)

    Public Relations Head (PRH)

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    The Public Relations Head Badge identifies the officer in charge of TG’s Public Relations Office (PRO).

    The Public Relations Head's (PRH) main duty and responsibility is to control all aspects of TG’s public relations affairs, from the News and Social Media Teams, to managing sponsorships and heading all negotiations for 3rd party hardware and software.
     

    Public Relations Assistant (PRA)

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    The Public Relations Assistant Badge identifies the second highest-ranking officer in TG's Public Relations Office (PRO).

    The PRA's main duties and responsibilities are to support the Public Relations Head in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities.

    The PRA also brings forward any issues regarding recruiting, tournament sponsorships, and negotiations for 3rd party hardware and software directly to the PRH.

    News Team Lead (NTL)

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    The News Team Lead Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in Tactical Gaming’s News Team.

    The News Team Lead's (NTL) main duty and responsibility is to manage all aspects of TG’s News according to TG's standards  along with leading a team of talented and active News Team members that are highly motivated to help promote the TG brand and TG Community.

    News Team members are assigned  based on subject matter expertise and it is the News Team Lead's job to ensure that his/her staff’s daily assignments and workload are being properly managed.
     

    News Team Member (NTM)

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    The News Team Member (NTM) Badge identifies members of Tactical Gaming’s News Team. The News Team is comprised of members from various backgrounds, all of whom possess specialized skills in areas such as writing, editing, and researching topics of interest related to community and gaming news.

    NTMs are the unsung heroes behind the scenes on the who develop, write, edit, and research topics for news articles, and they are constantly striving to provide a product worthy of the TG brand.

    Social Media Lead (SML)

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    The Social Media Team Lead Badge identifies the highest-ranking position in Tactical Gaming’s Social Media Team.

    "The SMTL's main duty and responsibility is to lead the Social Media Team, managing all aspects of TG’s Social Media, and ensuring all channels are compliant with TG standards/guidelines along with promoting the  TG Community.

    Social Media Team Member (SMTM)

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    The social Media Team Member Badge identifies members of Tactical Gaming’s Social Media Team. The SMT is comprised of members whom possess specialized social media skills.

    Social Media Team are the unsung heroes behind the scenes on the who develop on TG’s Social Media to promote TG's Community.

    COMPETITION TEAM Office (CTO)

    Head Competition Officer (HCO)

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    The Head Competition Officer badge identifies the officer in charge of competition within TG.

    The Head Competition Officer's (HCO) main duty and responsibility is to support all aspects of TG’s competitions, from marketing of competitive teams, finding and managing competitions, and ensuring teams are meeting the team requirements, and is therefore in charge of the Assistant Competition Officers (ACO).

    Assistant Competition Officer (ACO)

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    The Assistant Competition Officer badge identifies the 2nd highest ranked officer in the CTO.

    Assistant Competition Officer's (ACO) main duties and responsibilities are to support the HCO in the completion of his/her duties and responsibilities.

    Competition Team Member (CTM)

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    The  Competition Team Member  badge identifies the member in charge of competition within his/her respective Division or Legion within TG.

    the CTM's main duties and responsibilities are to support the HCO and ACO in the completion of their duties and responsibilities.
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