[AFPU] Regulations Chapters 5-8

Chapter Five



5.1. Primary Divisions. Primary divisions play a major role in AFPU. They carry out major tasks and are required in day-to-day operations. Due to this, members may only partake in one of the following.

Security Forces:

The Security Forces of the Armed Forces and the People United protects the base and enforces the rules. Their numerous list of jobs include transporting surrendered hostiles to ISOL, touring visitors, protecting the Self Destruct and other key base areas, protecting important personnel, assisting with evacuations, enforcing all rules, and patrolling the surface. Members of the Security Forces gain access to the evacuation shaft and ISOL. SF personnel generally make sure that everyone is following the rules and that the base is secure. You must be of the rank Airman + and in good standing.

Stargate Special Operations Command:

Stargate Special Operations Command otherwise known as SGSOC is a division of the Armed Forces and the People United. SGSOC travels to other planets to engage and destroy all threats to earth and humanity. Furthermore, they seek new technology in an effort to increase the safety and technology of earth by centuries. It is responsible for training, maintaining and commanding the best of the best men AFPU has to offer. You must be of the rank Airman + and in good standing.

Combat Control Team:

Combat Control Team is responsible for controlling, operating, and fixing all technology at base. They are extremely disciplined and work hard every day ensuring the Stargate Device is operational. CCT report directly to the Commanding Officers at the base and are responsible for a variety of jobs such as the use of MALPs, terminals, and operating the Stargate. You must be an Airman + and in good standing.

5.2. Secondary Divisions. Secondary divisions play a less important role than Primary ones, and therefore, you can be in as many as you would like.

Material Command:

Material Command is responsible for creating all AFPU technology, and developing games and new features. They are given special clearance around the base and report only to the Major General and other members of HICOM. In order to be in MATCOM, you must either be a tester, or have a high level of development skills that can be contributed to AFPU.

Air Education and Training Command:

AETC is responsible for the development of the AFPU training program as well as hosting, operating, and supervising events such as Basic Military Trainings or Basic Trainings. AETC is crucial to the group’s continued stability. To be a member of AETC, you must be of the rank Staff Sergeant +.

National Intelligence Division:

NID is invite only. There is no other public information regarding its role, or the people in it. Asking to join NID will result in blacklisting from the division.

Medical Department:

The medical department is responsible for ensuring that all members of the AFPU are in the best physical and mental health. They treat members who have received injuries off-world. Field medics within the Medical Department often deploy with members of SGSOC to ensure they can get rapid medical attention. You must be an Airman + to apply for the Medical Department.




Chapter Six


6.1. Saluting. Saluting is a symbol of mutual respect between members of the Armed Forces. The basic rules of saluting are salute all superior commissioned officers, and all senior allied officers.

6.2. Addressing Superiors. When you address superiors (NCO’s and Officers higher than you), and anyone in general, it’s important to address them correctly as a sign of respect.

There are two main ways to address someone:

  1. Call them by their rank name/rank category.
  2. Say their rank/rank category then their name.

Rank categories are as followed:

        E1-E4 = Airman

        All NCO’s = Sergeant

        O1-O-2 = LT

        O5-O6 = Colonel




Chapter Seven


In order to be an effective member of AFPU, you must understand its structure and how it’s governed.

7.1. Chain of Command. The chain of command provides the command, control, and communication needed to operate successfully in stressful and difficult environments. Each “link” of the chain of command has its own responsibility and authority. Each level in the chain is responsible for all lower levels, and accountable to all higher levels. Loyalty is needed at every level for the chain of command to work.

    Chain of command (High→Low):

  1. Major General
  2. HICOM
  3. Division Commanders
  4. Command (Officers)
  5. Non-Commissioned Officers
  6. Airmen

Loyalty up and down the chain makes it reliable, efficient, and effective. Everyone is apart of and subject to the Chain of Command and must use it properly. The key principle is to resolve problems and seek answers at the lowest level possible. For example, if you are an Airman and you have a question or issue, you should ask an NCO. If they cannot answer it, they will direct you up a step on the chain of command. This way only the most important matters get resolved at the highest level, leaving them free to work on important group matters.

7.2. Command Chief Master Sergeant. The Command Chief Master Sergeants (CCMS) is the principal advisor to the Major General. The CCMS is responsible for anything related to the Enlisted forces at base. The CCMS gives recommendations to the general on all aspects of enlisted life, efficiency, etc. The CCMS is in charge and responsible for the operation of BOS (7.3.) and its continued success. The CCMS establishes a channel of senior enlisted personnel such as, but not limited to, first sergeants, team leaders, etc.

This support channel does not supercede the chain of command, but works to help support the already in-place one. As senior enlisted leader of the command, the CCMS is charged with overseeing and being the driving force behind enlisted training and professional development programs. The CCMS and the Major General jointly coordinate and ensure all Airmen are ready for in garrison and deployed missions.

7.3. Board of Sergeants. The Board of Sergeants (BOS), commanded by the CCMS (7.2.) is responsible for meeting every weekend to discuss any concerns that may arise from the NCO’s to be sent to HICOM. In addition to this, they vote on any E-2’s or E-3’s that they believe are worthy of promotion. If passed by a majority, those people would be promoted at the weekly ceremony.

7.4. Board of Officers. The Board of Officers (BOO) is run by either the Major General or the Brigadier General every weekend. At BOO, each division will give a report about how the week went and any concerns they may have. After that, BOO will vote on any E-4+ they think are worthy of promotion. If passed by a majority, those people would be promoted at the weekly ceremony.

7.5. High Command: High Command (HICOM) is the single most powerful body within the group. HICOM is responsible for oversight of all divisions, the group, and making new rules. Members of HICOM operate at the highest level of the chain of command.




Chapter Eight


AFPU shall enforce all rules and regulations stated in this document.

All members will be given a fair warning if they are caught breaking any of these rules. No unfair or unreasonable punishments are allowed to be given.


  • Will be the primary mode of "punishment” to new members of the group as they are still learning the rules.
  • Every person gets one warning automatically. Officers can choose to warn them again if they felt that they sincerely didn’t know.
  • If an officer warns a person, they are expected to explain what they did wrong and how to not break the rule for a second/third time.


  • Suspension shall be the primary modes of punishments for Officers and members of Command as well as High Command.
  • While suspended, the person has no military authority, they cannot vote in discord, and they cannot be on the AFPU team in the game.
  • Suspension shall be given to people who have broken minor rules even when they knew them.
  • Suspensions may only be given by the acting Commanding Officer.


  • Demotions are given to people who have committed serious crimes against members or people of AFPU.
  • Demotions may only be given by the board or person that could currently promote them.

Constitute of Decommission:

  • A decommission is defined as the removal of rank or role from an officer.
  • A decommission may be given if one shows neglect for group operations and success.
  • A decommission may be given if one is inactive without informing their direct superior.
  • A decommission may be given if one is proven to conduct secret operations with the intent of damaging AFPU operations.
  • A decommission may be given if a user is found to be wrongfully disciplining other members with intent.
  • A decommission may be given for abuse of power.
  • A decommission may keep the decommissioned person as an Officer of lower rank or may remove the Officer status completely.
  • All decommissions shall, under all circumstances, be approved by the acting Commanding Officer.
  • A decommission may be given to those who do not follow the orders of their direct superiors.


  • If a member is exiled from AFPU then they are kicked out of both the group and the discord.
  • People can only be exiled by the acting commanding officer or a 3/4 vote of the Board of Officers.
  • People may only be exiled in the event that they have committed a very serious crime such as hacking or leaking classified information.




This document has been approved by:

The office of the Major General:


The office of the Brigadier General:


The office of the Colonel:


The office of the CCMS:


The office of the SGSOC CO:


The office of the SF CO:


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