Section Command Ranks Explained - United Task Force (UNITAF) - Arma 3



Section Command Ranks

Sections (known as Squads operationally) are groups of usually 2 but sometimes 3 Teams or Fireteams. They contain up to 14 men operationally and anywhere up to 18 men administratively. Sections are headed up by a Sergeant or Staff Sergeant with the support of multiple Corporals.




Cpl
Corporal (Cpl)

As second-in-command of a Section, the Section 2IC (or Assistant Section Commander) assists the Section Commander in the administration and development of the members of the section; the smallest administrative unit in the task force containing typically up to 15 regulars. The roles and duties of Section 2ICs vary due to the discretion of the Section Commander. Typical duties include monitoring the progression of members of the section, handling administrative reports - delivering praise to members of the section who have overperformed and handling corrections of policy violations where members of the section have stepped outside of UNITAF policy.

Section 2IC is a Corporal (Cpl/E-4) billet position and rank is issued on the taking of the office - the rank belongs to the position and not the office holder. Section 2ICs are part of the NCO (Non-comissioned Officer) group, which comes with a number of other responsibilities and privileges, which can be found in the Administration SOP. Typical operational duties of Section 2ICs are Instructors, Team Leaders and on occasion Mission Support.

Section 2ICs report directly to the Section Commander, and should the Section Commander be away, on-leave or unreachable, assume the duties of the Section Commander and report directly to the Troop Commander.



Current Statistics
Average Age on Promotion: 365 days from enlistment
Average Combat Deployments: 191
Average Combat Hours: 421.64
Average Practice Hours: 123.86


Current Corporals

Retired Corporals
Cpl TEMPLAR (Ret.)
Cpl Pidu (Ret.)
Cpl Mason (Ret.)

Prior/Previous Corporals
SP2 Sean
SP3 Noah_Hero
SP3 Taru
SP3 ryyszla
SP3 Jules
SP3 Link (Ret.)
SP3 Trustii (Ret.)
SP3 LegacyStetson (Ret.)
PFC BigRed (Ret.)
PFC Bradley (Ret.)
PFC J. Wilson (Ret.)
PFC Sharkhus (Ret.)
Pvt UTFN Tester
Pvt Ryolitt (Ret.)
Rec Testy Mctest

Grade: E-4
Level: Section Command
Type: JNCO
Min Subs: 10 (1 Section)
Max Subs: 18 (1 Section)

Sgt
Sergeant (Sgt)

As second-in-command of a Section, the Section 2IC (or Assistant Section Commander) assists the Section Commander in the administration and development of the members of the section; the smallest administrative unit in the task force containing typically up to 15 regulars. The roles and duties of Section 2ICs vary due to the discretion of the Section Commander. Typical duties include monitoring the progression of members of the section, handling administrative reports - delivering praise to members of the section who have overperformed and handling corrections of policy violations where members of the section have stepped outside of UNITAF policy.

Section 2IC is a Corporal (Cpl/E-4) billet position and rank is issued on the taking of the office - the rank belongs to the position and not the office holder. Section 2ICs are part of the NCO (Non-comissioned Officer) group, which comes with a number of other responsibilities and privileges, which can be found in the Administration SOP. Typical operational duties of Section 2ICs are Instructors, Team Leaders and on occasion Mission Support.

Section 2ICs report directly to the Section Commander, and should the Section Commander be away, on-leave or unreachable, assume the duties of the Section Commander and report directly to the Troop Commander.



Current Statistics
Average Age on Promotion: 410 days from enlistment
Average Combat Deployments: 152
Average Combat Hours: 337.13
Average Practice Hours: 99.17


Current Sergeants


Prior/Previous Sergeants
SP1 William

Grade: E-5
Level: Section Command
Type: JNCO
Min Subs: 10 (1 Section)
Max Subs: 18 (1 Section)

SSG
Staff Sergeant (SSG)

A Section Commander is in charge of the administration and development of the members of their section; the smallest administrative unit in the task force containing typically up to 15 regulars. Section Commanders are supported by a Section 2IC to monitor the progression of members of the section, handle administrative reports - deliver praise to members of the section who have overperformed and handle corrections of policy violations where members of the section have stepped outside of UNITAF policy.

Section Commander is a Sergeant (Sgt/E-5) or (SSgt/E-6) billet position and rank is issued on the taking of the office, - the rank belongs to the position and not the office holder. Section Commanders are part of the NCO (Non-comissioned Officer) group, which comes with a number of other responsibilities and privileges, which can be found in the Administration SOP. Typical operational duties of Section Commanders are Instructors, Squad Leaders and on occasion Mission Support.

Section Commanders report directly to the Troop Commander, or Troop Sergeant if the Troop Commander is not contactable or on-leave.



Current Statistics
Average Age on Promotion: 389 days from enlistment
Average Combat Deployments: 184
Average Combat Hours: 399.20
Average Practice Hours: 140.09


Current Staff Sergeants


Prior/Previous Staff Sergeants
SP2 Chelmy (Ret.)
SP2 Nico (Ret.)
SP3 Scape
PFC Pete
PFC Flicky
PFC Trifle (Ret.)
PFC Reefa (Ret.)
Pvt SoapyTarantula

Grade: E-6
Level: Section Command
Type: NCO
Min Subs: 14 (1 Section)
Max Subs: 18 (1 Section)

SFC
Sergeant First Class (SFC)

A Section Commander is in charge of the administration and development of the members of their section; the smallest administrative unit in the task force containing typically up to 15 regulars. Section Commanders are supported by a Section 2IC to monitor the progression of members of the section, handle administrative reports - deliver praise to members of the section who have overperformed and handle corrections of policy violations where members of the section have stepped outside of UNITAF policy.

Section Commander is a Sergeant (Sgt/E-5) or (SSgt/E-6) billet position and rank is issued on the taking of the office, - the rank belongs to the position and not the office holder. Section Commanders are part of the NCO (Non-comissioned Officer) group, which comes with a number of other responsibilities and privileges, which can be found in the Administration SOP. Typical operational duties of Section Commanders are Instructors, Squad Leaders and on occasion Mission Support.

Section Commanders report directly to the Troop Commander, or Troop Sergeant if the Troop Commander is not contactable or on-leave.



Current Statistics
Average Age on Promotion: 733 days from enlistment
Average Combat Deployments: 219
Average Combat Hours: 511.05
Average Practice Hours: 111.36


Current Sergeant First Classs

Retired Sergeant First Classs
SFC Skelly (Ret.)

Prior/Previous Sergeant First Classs
SP3 Attackbee (Ret.)
PFC Cross (Ret.)

Grade: E-7
Level: Section Command
Type: NCO
Min Subs: 20 (2 Sections)
Max Subs: 63 (3 Sections)


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