Only one member of this community can be given this rank - the unit leader. This rank also grants the appointment of Company Commander, who is the most senior member within the unit and commits to all tactical and strategic decisions on operations.
Members who have held the rank of Lieutenant for 8 months may be selected to promotion to this rank. At this rank, you will be assigned as the Company Second-in-Command (2IC), and will see that all administration within the unit is well taken care of. You will assist the Company Commander in all tasks, and also work with other unit leaders throughout the Arma 3 Community. During operations you will command a FV510 Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV), and assist the Company Commander with all strategic and tactical decisions.
Members who have held the rank of Second Lieutenant (2Lt) within the unit for eight (8) months will be automatically promoted to this rank and continue their appointments.
After completing the Platoon Commander's Battle Course (PCBC), members will be promoted to this rank. You will be responsible for a 30+ man infantry platoon, and with the help of your Platoon Serjeant, will ensure your platoon is tactically proficient, adequately trained, and well disciplined. You will also not only command an FV510 Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV), but be responsible for an entire 4-IFV platoon during operations. You will also be expected to assist the Company Commander and Company Second-in-Command with administrative duties throughout the unit, and assist in instructing new recruits and potential NCO's within the 20th AIB.
Warrant Officer Class 1
Although this position is rarely filled, members who show extreme dedication and leadership skills will be promoted to this rank and assigned as the Regimental Serjeant Major (RSM). You will be responsible for the discipline and welfare throughout the ENTIRE MilSim unit, and will be expected to maintain healthy relationships with leaders and units throughout the Arma 3 MilSim community. You will ensure all sub-units within the 20th AIB are prepared for their roles and are adequately manned and trained. You will effectively be the face of the 20th AIB.
Warrant Officer Class 2
Upon completion of the 4-week course, you will be promoted to this rank and assigned to 1 of 2 available positions:
The Company Serjeant Major (CSM) is the most senior enlisted member of the company. You will be expected to maintain discipline, welfare, commitment, and readiness throughout the entire company. You will also be directly responsible for all enlisted training instructors within the unit, ensuring our members are properly trained for their roles. During operations, you will command the Manoeuvre Support Detachment and organise all casualty evacuations and replenishments with assistance from the Company Quartermaster Serjeant (CQMS).
The Company Warrior Serjeant Major (WSM) is responsible for all of the company's FV510 Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicles. You will ensure all warrior crewmen are properly trained and ready for battle, control the movements of warriors during operations, ensure all warriors are logistically ready for use, and oversee any repairs needed. You may also need to control all of the company's warriors during ops if the Company Commander and 2IC dismount.
(Acting) Warrant Officer Class 2
When needed, the current Company Quartermaster Serjeant (CQMS) will be promoted to this rank. You will be expected to undertake a 4-week course entailing the duties of a Company Serjeant Major, where you will be the company's most senior enlisted member. You will also be instructed on how to fulfill the role of the Warrior Serjeant Major.
Only 1 Serjeant within the company will be promoted to this rank. As a Colour Serjeant, you will be expected to maintain the administration and replenishment of the entire company, as the Company Quartermaster Serjeant (CQMS). In operations, you will be responsible for ammunition stores and replenishment, ensuring the correct logistics are distributed, and standing in for the Company Serjeant Major (CSM) in his absence.
Upon successful completion of the Platoon Serjeant's Battle Course, all Acting Serjeants will be promoted to this rank. As a Sjt, you will be assigned as either a Platoon Serjeant, or a Platoon Warrior Serjeant.
Platoon Serjeants are responsible for the administration and welfare of a 30+ man infantry Platoon. You will assist the Platoon Commander in his duties, take care of casualties, organise replenishments, and ensure the welfare of the platoon is in top notch shape. You will also ensure that the platoon is sufficiently trained in all aspects of infanteering.
Platoon Warrior Serjeants are responsible for the platoon's FV510 Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicles. In normal day to day life, you will ensure all warrior crewmen are properly and effectively trained, tactics are well rehearsed, and all vehicles are properly configured. In operations, you will lead the platoon's second Warrior pair alongside the Platoon Commander, possibly even taking over the entire Warrior Platoon if he decides to dismount.
Corporals who show excellent leadership and management skills will be chosen for the Platoon Serjeant's Battle Course (PSBC), a demanding 16-week course that will prepare you for taking care of a 30+ man platoon. Upon promotion to this rank, you will be assigned either as an Acting Platoon Serjeant, or as an Acting Platoon Warrior Serjeant within the Company.
Upon successful completion of the Section Commander's Battle Course (SCBC), Acting Corporals will be fully promoted to this rank. You will now be responsible for your section of 8-10 men, and will be expected to lead them with pride and skill during operations. You will also be qualified to command the mighty FV510 Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicle. The SCBC will also teach you how to instruct new recruits and train them properly and effectively, and you will also be expected to teach various lessons to the platoon.
Lance Corporals who show further promise and leadership abilities will be recognised and put forward to attend the Section Commander's Battle Course (SCBC). This is a 14-week course designed to teach you how to lead an 8-man section, instruct new recruits, teach various lessons on many different subjects, and command the FV510 Warrior IFV. Upon promotion to this rank, you will be assigned as an Acting Section Commander within one of our infantry platoons.
Upon successful completion of the Fire Team Commander's Course (FTCC), acting Lance Corporals will be promoted to this rank. As a Lance Corporal, you will be responsible for your section's administration and welfare, and also command one of the 2 4-man fire teams within each section. You may also be expected to become an instructor on the Regimental Training Team (RTT), where you'll assist in teaching other members various subjects.
(Acting) Lance Corporal
Riflemen who show promise and leadership skills may be offered a place on our Fire Team Commander's Course (FTCC). During this course you will learn how to effectively lead a 4-man fire team, and administrate an 8-man section. Promotion to this rank gives you the appointment of Acting Section Second-in-Command (2IC) within the platoon.
After successful completion of the Combat Infantry Course (CIC), you will be assigned to an infantry platoon and promoted to this rank. Now you may choose to specialise in many different roles offered within the platoon!
1st Infantry Training Battalion
Once you have completed Phase 1 of the Combat Infantry Course (CIC), you will be promoted to this rank. Upon promotion, you will also be pre-assigned to a section in either 1 or 9 Platoon. Now your focus is on completing Phase 2 of the CIC.
After successful completion of the recruitment application and interview, probationary members are given this rank and assigned to the 1st Infantry Training Battalion (1st ITB). As a recruit, your focus is on completing Phase 1 of the Combat Infantry Course (CIC).