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How we deal with a violation of the code of conduct
While we will do our best to outline what we expect, it is unavoidable that interpretations of our code of conduct are different between people. If we believe that anyone is in breach of our code of conduct following measures will be taken, based on the severity of the case.
Team Leader’s Warning
You can be verbally warned by your immediate superior in the chain of command.
Section Commander’s Warning
A verbal warning from your Section Commander, usually in tandem with your team leader, which is officially a 2nd warning.
Platoon/Company Commander’s Warning
Typically an intervention from one or two more senior members of your chain of command, senior NCO or officer. Acts as a 3rd and final warning.
Punitive Reduction of Rank
Your rank and/or privileges can be removed by the TFCO.
Your place in the task force can be suspended by the Task Force Commanding Officer (TFCO) for a period of time to be determined.
If an offense is severe, or following a continuous pattern of misconduct, the member will be referred to the TFCO for Permanent Discharge. A dishonorable discharge precludes a person from being present in any unit operated/owned medium by UNITAF.
If you have any questions on the contents of this document, please do not hesitate to contact your organisational COC and ask.
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)