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United States Training Corps

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Semper Paratus - "Always Ready"

General Information
Country Flag-USA.jpg USA
Colors Black, White, and Dark Blue
Type Recruit/Soldier Training
Structure
Total Soldiers Classified
Part of United States Military

The United States Training Corps is a branch of the United States Military. The USTC is dedicated to the training and mentoring of new recruits and soldiers in the US Military. It is comprised of many new and aspiring faces, as well as older veterans eager to mold those young warriors into the weapons of tomorrow.

Structure

The United States Training Corps is comprised of a Command Staff and two divisions, the 1st Division (Training), and the 3rd Division (Reserve).

Command Staff

The United States Training Corps Command Staff hands down orders to the entire corps. The General of the USTC, General Samoht Resyk, and his Executive Officer, Lieutenant General Blondeninja, are directly in charge of all operations of the United States Training Corps. They, in turn, take orders directly from the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), led by Chairman Cyber Witch, CJCS.

1st Division (Training)

The Training Division, led by Lieutenant Colonel Snorunt30 and his Executive Officer Major Placeholder is where each new recruit is headed immediately after acceptance into the US military. Recruits are given all the tools they need to graduate basic training upon acceptance into the Training Division and assignment to a platoon. This is where basic history, command structure, and how to fight effectively is learned. 'Boot camp' lasts anywhere from one to eight days, and consists of a series of knowledge tests, daily roll calls, forum requirements, and health, happiness and residency requirements used to determine the trainee's grasp of subject matter and their ability to follow orders. After graduation from basic training, most new soldiers are reassigned to the 3rd Division where their training continues.

Currently, the Training Division consists of one company of 4 platoons , as follows:

  • Training Division
    • 11th Company (CO: Captain Malovent || XO: 1st Lieutenant Lolo COmbodo)
      • 111th Platoon (CO: 2nd Lieutenant Infinite One || XO: Master Sergeant 29HEK)
      • 112th Platoon (Inactive)
      • 113th Platoon (Inactive)
      • 114th Platoon (Inactive)

3rd Division (Reserve)

The Reserve Division, led by Colonel Komari and his Executive Officer Major Placeholder, is where nearly all new soldiers are assigned immediately after completing Basic Training. Here, they are encouraged to actively participate in any action the US Military is engaged in. The 3rd Division doesn't offer free weapons to its fighters, but they may still receive weapons from the US Welcoming Committee to fight in large-scale battles from US soil. While the division is not designed to deploy, members of the Reserve Division are encouraged to fight abroad on their own dime. While assigned, involvement in US military actions is be closely monitored, so it is imperative for the soldiers that they follow orders. Here, privates are required to complete a number of tasks which are outlined by their respective platoon leaders.

Currently, the Reserve Division consists of two companies, as follows:

  • Reserve Division
    • Alpha Company
    • Bravo Company

The Alpha Company is led by Captain Stephens.

The Bravo Company is led by Captain Vacant.

Opportunities for Advancement

To advance within the United States Training Corps, you should first make your intentions known to your respective platoon leader. They will forward your request up the USTC Chain of Command and, once a spot becomes available, you will have the opportunity to compete against your peers to fill the post. Once you are vetted and awarded the position, you will be awarded the requisite USTC rank to fill the position.

Once assigned to the 3rd Division, you may also be awarded various ranks based on your drive and ability that are commiserate with your participation in the United States Training Corps.

History

Past Generals and Lieutenant Generals

Commanding Officer Executive Officer Length of Service
Loftedraptor Dczip Unknown - June, 2009
Dczip Angelini June, 2009 - September, 2009
Angelini Teucer September, 2009 - February 8, 2010
Relin Abayarde February 8, 2010 - May 18, 2010
Abayarde Bia Pandora May 18, 2010 - May 23, 2010
Bia Pandora Nuriessa May 23, 2010 - September 2, 2010
Nuriessa Morrigan Alexandros September 2, 2010 - February 18, 2011
Morrigan Alexandros Karll Hungus February 18, 2011 - March 6, 2011
Gryphon Skull March 7, 2011 - October 14, 2011
Gryphon Skull Synesi October 15, 2011 - March 31, 2012
Synesi Brad Gwatney April 1, 2012 - July 2, 2012
Brad Gwatney Christina Cordell July 2, 2012 - October 13, 2012
Blondeninja October 14, 2012 - October 31, 2012
Samoht Resyk Blondeninja October 31, 2012 -

National Guard, 2nd Division

The United States Training Corps began life as the National Guard, 2nd Division in late 2008. The NG, 2nd Div. was disbanded in May of 2009.

United States Training Division

The United States Training Division was created in May of 2009, following the disbanding of the National Guard, 2nd Division. At the time, the USTD consisted of a single division. It was replaced in October of 2009 by the United States Training Corps.

United States Training Corps

The United States Training Corps was created in October of 2009, following the deactivation of the Training Division. While some claim that the USTD simply became the USTC, it was quite a bit more complicated than that. The USTD had fallen into a state of disambiguation and needed a complete overhaul. The USTC originally carried the USTD name, but it was soon decided that the name did not fit, and the name was changed to the United States Training Corps.

USTC Ranks and Positions

Pay Grade E-1 E-2 E-3 E-4 E-5 E-6 E-7 E-8 E-9
Abbreviation TRN PVT PFC CPL SGT SFC MSG SMSG CMSG
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Trainee Private Private First Class Corporal Sergeant Sergeant First Class Master Sergeant Senior Master Sergeant Chief Master Sergeant
Staff Positions Division 1 Solider Division 3 Solider Division 3 Solider Division 3 Solider Senior Division 3 Solider Senior Division 3 Solider Non-Commissioned Officer Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Chief Non-Commissioned Officer
Command Positions Basic Trainee Platoon Member Platoon Member Senior Platoon Member Awarded for Exemplary Service Awarded for Excellent Service Platoon Executive Officer Senior Platoon Executive Officer Command Platoon Executive Officer
Pay Grade O-1 O-2 O-3 O-4 O-5 O-6 O-7 0-8 O-9 O-10
Abbreviation 2LT 1LT CPT MAJ LTC COL BG MG LTG GEN
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Second Lieutenant First Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier General Major General Lieutenant General General
Staff Positions Junior Staff Officer Junior Staff Officer Staff Officer Senior Staff Officer Senior Staff Officer Senior Staff Officer Director of TC Operations HQ Staff CO Executive Officer of the USTC Commanding Officer of the USTC
Command Positions Platoon Commander Senior Platoon Commander/
Company Executive Officer
Company Commanding Officer Division Executive Officer Senior Division Executive Officer Division Commanding Officer Senior Division Commanding Officer Training Executive Officer

Awards and Decorations of the United States Training Corps

Level 1 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 1 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 1 Commendation Ribbon is the proverbial "pat on the back" by a superior officer. This warrants a personal message from Command and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Level 2 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 2 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 2 Commendation Ribbon warrants a personal message from Command, an announcement on the Training Corps boards, and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Level 3 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 3 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 3 Commendation Ribbon warrants a personal message from Command, an announcement on all military boards, and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Level 4 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 4 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 4 Commendation Ribbon is the highest honor awarded by the Training Corps. It warrants a personal message from Command, an announcement on all military boards and the eAmerican people as a whole, and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Training Corps IG Excellence Award (Retired)

IGExcellenceAward.png Given by the IG's office, the IG Excellence Award reflects a strong commitment to the ideals of the Corps and dedication to training its troops into an effective fighting force. The IG Excellence Award was retired on June 10, 2010 by order of Gen Bia Pandora after the disbandment of the Inspector General's Office.

Training Corps Meritorious Team Commendation

Training Corps Meritorious Team Commendation.png The Meritorious Team Commendation is awarded for the display of cohesion and teamwork noticeable to upper echelon commanders.

Training Corps Meritorious Unit Citation

Training Corps Meritorious Unit Citation.png The Meritorious Unit Citation is awarded in peacetime to any unit which displays outstanding meritorious performance in the conduct of a specified tasking or mission.

Training Corps Meritorious Conduct Award

Training Corps Meritorious Conduct Award.png The Meritorious Conduct Award is awarded to an individual or groups of persons who, when confronted by circumstances beyond the normal course of their duties, distinguish themselves by outstanding meritorious achievement. This award was originated for the first battle for North Brazil on day 810.

ATO Volunteer Award

ForeignATOribbon.png The ATO Volunteer Award is awarded for volunteering to help secure allied sovereignty in threatened foreign elections.

Excellence in Recruiting Badge

Recruiting.png The Excellence in Recruiting Badge is awarded to USTC Recruiters who recruit hundreds of new recruits for the Training Corps.

Basic Training Graduation Ribbon

TC Basic Train Grad Ribbon.png The Basic Training Graduate Ribbon is awarded to all trainees who successfully complete basic training

Basic Training Graduation with Honors Ribbon

TC Basic Train Grad Ribbon with Honors.png The Basic Training Graduate Ribbon is awarded to all trainees who successfully complete basic training and show exemplary performance in the 1st Division

See Also

Recruitment

The Training Corps is always looking for brave men and women to join our ranks. The following are our enlistment requirements:

  • US Citizenship


TC Enlistment Form