General Orders

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The General Orders are a list of published directives, originated by the commander, and binding upon all personnel of the Right to Rebel, the purpose of which is to enforce a policy or procedure unique to his unit's situation which is not otherwise addressed in applicable service regulations, military law, or public law. A general order has the force of law; it is an offense punishable by court martial or lesser military court to disobey one. What makes it a general order (as opposed to a direct order), is that the actor is not explicitly named, nor precisely that (or whom) which is to be acted upon.

A general order of indefinite duration may be referred to as a standing order. Standing orders are necessarily general and vague since the exact circumstances for execution occur in the future under unknown conditions. For example, in most military agencies there is a standing order for enlisted men to salute officers. The officers are required by the same law to return the salute to the enlisted person; however, the name of each enlisted man is not explicitly named in the order, nor is the name of each officer, nor is the exact time which the salute should occur.

General Order Five

Subject: Meeting Attendance

Meetings that are mandatory or emergency must either be attended or a post must be made as to why you cannot attend under the pending meeting notice. If you miss the meeting under emergency circumstances that you planned on attending a post must be made ASAP after the meeting regarding the reason why you missed the meeting. Any violation may result in an Article 15.

General Order Seven

Subject: Tags in Game

All members of Right to Rebel, while playing on Right to Rebel servers must "wear" the appropriate Community tag. The following Tags are approved for use: rTr , =rTr= and <RTR>.

General Order Nine

Subject: New AWOL Criteria

AWOL is defined as a member who has not posted roll-call within 31 days. At which point 3 days are granted to make contact before a discharge is processed. All squad leaders are to be ensuring that their roll-calls are correct and have the correct people accounted for if they were excused.

With the implementation of the AWOL Soldier Finder this process has been streamlined for ease on battalion level organization elements. Potentially AWOL Soldier Finder also known as PASF is now a key element in helping assist determining AWOL. As such, should be used as a tool to assist all officers in keeping track of soldiers and their AWOL status, it is not the end all be all, but should be used as a starting point for investigations. It will NOT do your job for you, but it will make it easier for you.

General Order Fifteen

Returning Right to Rebel Members

All returning members of Right to Rebel/Right to Rage enlisted before 07/21/10 will be afforded a "brevetted" rank equivalent to the rank held at the time of separation or dissolution from the unit. This field commission is limited to 30 days, and must meet the following requirements to become permanent;

Enlisted (E-1 to E-5):


NCO's (E-6 to E-9):

  • Sr.Officers Approval

Jr.Officers (O-1 to O-3)

  • Division Leaders Approval or
  • Divisions Commanding General Approval

Sr.Officers (O-4 to O-6)

  • [JCS] Approval ( Standard SOP for SR.Officers)
  • Community Leaders Approval

Sr.Officers (O-7 to O-11)

  • [JCS] Approval ( Standard SOP for SR.Officers)
  • Community Leaders Approval

General Order Sixteen


All Protocols and /or Procedures affecting The Right to Rebel Community must be approved by the Division Administration Office, NO EXCEPTIONS.

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