The Air Force (formerly known as the Army (United States)) was the main branch of the United States Armed Forces and was also the first created. The Air Force was created by order of the United States President Emerick after the US Congress unanimously voted in the bill titled Redoing the Military Appendix to the Constitution.
The Commanding Officer is the leader of the Air Force. Their job is to keep track of Officers and perform administrative tasks.
The Executive Officer is the Commanding Officer's right-hand man. The XO fills in for the Commanding Officer when they are not around. The Executive Officer performs many of the same tasks that the Commanding Officer performs. In emergencies, if the Commanding Officer is not available the Executive Officer has the authority to act as temporary Commanding Officer.
Support Staff do whatever administrative tasks the Commanding and Executive Officers need to be done, but don't have time to do themselves. This rank is occasionally filled by retired Senior Officers so that the current Commanding Officer can use their experience to get through problems.
District Commanding Officers
District Commanding Officers are in charge of all the platoons and Officers in a specific Division. DCOs keep track of Platoon Officers and make sure that the officers are doing their jobs well. DCOs report directly to the CO and XO of the Army and held the rank of Colonel.
District Executive Officers
District Executive Officers were assistants to the District Commanding Officer and performed tasks assigned to them by their DCO. The rank of DXO is no longer held by any officer as the position has been determined obsolete due to updated rosters.
|Command Positions||Platoon Executive Officer||Platoon Commanding Officer|
Platoon Commanding Officer
Platoon Commanding Officers are in charge of a single platoon of soldiers. They provide support and can assist soldiers in most tasks. PCOs are required to turn in reports to their District Commanding Officer weekly.
Platoon Executive Officer
Platoon Executive Officers are considered Platoon Commanding Officers-In training and therefore hold the enlisted rank of Staff Sergeant. Their main task is to learn how the roster works and to observe how Officers should respond in certain situations. Jobs Platoon Executive Officers perform is up to their Platoon Commanding Officer, but can include tasks ranging from messaging soldiers to updating soldier information in the roster.
|Private First Class||Corporal||Sergeant|
|Command Positions||Fighter Wing Platoon Member||Bomber Wing Platoon Member||Delta Force Platoon Member|
There were three (3) Divisions in the Air Force.
- Fighter Wing was where most soldiers are placed after graduating from the Boot Camp. There were 2 Platoons in 2nd Division.
- Bomber Wing was for more experienced soldiers who are promoted from the 2nd Division. There were 2 Platoons in 1st Division.
- Delta Force was the elite group of the Air Force. Soldiers were placed into one of three Platoons.
|Name||Highest Position Held||Insignia|
|Alexander Hamilton||Executive Officer|
|Firo Prochainezo||Executive Officer|
|Stephen Goldsmith||Commanding Officer|
|Dr Luis Sentieiro||Commanding Officer|
|John nwp||Executive Officer|