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1st Infantry Platoon / 7th Support Platoon38th Air Platoon
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RctA recruit is a member of TFRF who has yet to complete basic training, they are allowed to play in unofficial oporations
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PtePrivates are members who have completed basic training and have not specialised in any leadership positions. Privates perform general combat roles and make up the main fighting force within TFRF. Privates must have an understanding of all the skills, tactics and procedures taught in training and must be able to implement these at any given moment.
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LCplLance Corporals lead a fire team and are responsible for every player in that team. Lance Corporals are there to assist the section leader by leading their fire team on a more personnel level e.g. breaching. This rank may also be required to become parts of some specialist teams.
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CplCorporals usually are in command of section of soldiers which consist of usually two fire teams or be in command of a crew, team or detachment. Corporals will also be responsible for employing their fire teams so that they can fully utilise their capabilities. Corporals may also be tasked with training lower ranking members and are responsible for the attitude and professional etiquette that is needed on any TFRF Asset (e.g. Arma Server, TeamSpeak or Website)CplCorporals within the 38th Air Platoon, hold the position of para rescue jumpers, they are responsible for keeping their own training up to date, along with helping any other medics within Anvil, Brawler and Cobra
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SgtSergeants are leaders in specialist roles. They lead teams of engineers, recon teams and armoured crews. Sergeants are tasked with training lower recruits and training member in specialist roles. A sergeant may also be a section leader.SgtSergeants are specialist pilots. They are members teams of the helicopter wings. Sergeants are tasked with training training member in specialist roles.
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TSgt /
FSgt
Technicial Sergeants are qualified to perform highly complex technical duties in addition to providing supervision. A Technical Sergant is a TFRF member who has continuously taken the position of Forward Air Controller and has performed professionally and to a high standard. A TSgt maybe tasked with training junior members of TFRF in Radio Procedure and JTAC/FAC training.
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Flight Sergant is held by the primary Fixed Wing and primary Rotary Wing members who have shown the knowledge and drive to teach others, while deploying their weapons systems in a professional manner.
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PLTOFFPilot Officers are in charge of either Rotary Wing or Fixed Wing section of the 38th Air Platoon, they are the main trainers for their respective categories and take a high level of leadership within TFRF
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LtA Lieutenant is in command of a platoon or supporting elements. Lieutenants design the strategy of each mission with the help of other leaders within the platoon. The lieutenant is responsible for organising, maintaining and training members in all fields that they are qualified for. A Lieutenants also helps to lead the administrative, logistic and organisational aspects of TFRF. FLGOFFA Flight Officer is in command of the 38th Air Platoon. Flight Officers design the strategy of each mission with the help of other leaders within the platoon. The FLGOFF is responsible for organising, maintaining and training members in all fields that they are qualified for. A FLGOFF also helps to lead the administrative, logistic and organisational aspects of TFRF.
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CptCaptain is the rank given to the 2ic of TFRF. The captain is responsible for the oversight and direction of administrative, logistic and organisational aspects of the unit. Captains are key players in the planning and decision-making process within tactical level units.
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MajMajor is the rank given to the acting leader of TFRF. The Major is responsible for the oversight and direction of administrative, logistic and organisational aspects of the unit. Majors are key players in the planning and decision-making process within tactical level units.
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