Version 2 / 3min read / Updated Mon 11 Jan 2021 / 308 views
Standard Activity Policy
In UNITAF you can attend any mission you wish to attend and has free slots that you are qualified for. In UNITAF you also hold an Activity Status, your activity status will be managed by your chain of command, and there are a number of statuses, outlined below;
- Regular (Deployed within the last 30 days)
- Reserve (Deployed within 30-60 days)
- Inactive (Deployed 60+ days)
Regular and Reserve members retain full access to all UNITAF services. Inactive members do not have access to any UNITAF services.
If someone has been discharged and assigned to the Inactive state they can apply to be re-activated via a re-induction. Re-inductions are similar to the induction you did when you joined UNITAF, but during an induction we will;
- Check your eligibility for re-induction, by looking at your Dossier
- Make you aware of any changes in UNITAF since you were last active
- Help you with any questions you have
- Re-rank you if required
- Re-activate your membership
To complete this process, you need to be on the Discord and simply ask in the help or inactive channels for a Re-induction.
Leave is a temporary function used to allow a member to stay beyond the usual period of 30 days of inactivity, in exceptional circumstances. Any member can apply to their chain of command, for leave stating the reason and once leave is approved, you'll hold all of your normal permissions and access in UNITAF for the period of the leave. Leave must have a definite end date, and will be reviewed following its end. Leave is intended for some of our active service members being deployed, and anyone who needs to take an unexpected break due to IRL.
By default, when you go inactive in UNITAF you'll be discharged and no longer have access to UNITAF services. That is, unless you apply for an Honourable Discharge. Simply contact your Chain of Command to request one, and it will be reviewed by the COC. Retirement is a state reserved for dedicated members of UNITAF who have made wide or considerable contributions to UNITAF over a period of time as well as not having any major reprimands on file. Being discharged in this way means you'll retain most access to UNITAFs services perpetually. Retired members can continue to partake in day-to-day life in UNITAF, and are denoted by the (Ret.) appended to their rank.
As UNITAF is an opt-in, session based group, if you opt-in and do not attend, you will be given a no-show mark against your dossier for each offense. Racking up too many no-shows takes positions away from other players, and will be addressed. We appreciate it if you click “Can’t attend” if you know that you cannot.
"Multi-clanning" & recruiting
UNITAF does not prohibit "multi-clanning" simply put, we aim to be the best at what we do and we don't want to force anyone to leave or stay based on a rule. However, be mindful that we have a zero tolerance towards recruitment or poaching using UNITAF services or the network. Inviting other players to other servers for other games is generally fine, doing so for other Arma Units is not, and will likely get you a direct discharge from UNITAF - if you're unsure, check with a member of staff and they'll be able to help.
Being Present on Discord
If you leave the UNITAF discord server you will be automatically discharged from UNITAF under standard discharge terms.
UNITAF Standard Operating procedures (SOP) are adapted primarly from US Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC). Our written and audio procedures are a combination of the following primary source materials, as well as our own learnings, modifications and adaptations:
- US Army Techniques Publication, Infantry Platoon and Squad (ATP 3-21.8)
- Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks Warrior Leader Skills Level 2, 3, and 4 (STP 21-24-SMCT)
- The Warrior Ethos and Soldier Combat Skills (FM 3-21.75 / FM 21-75)
- Leadership Development (FM 6-22)
- Dyslexi's Tactics, Techniques, & Procedures for Arma 3 (TTP3)