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Description of Army Command Structure
The Army is all the Divisions put together and is lead by the Army Commanding Officer, under the supervision of the Field Marshal and with the assistance of the Army Command and an Army Executive Officer. The Army Commanding Officer is in charge of the big picture and working with Army Command on the goals put forth by the King and the Hall of Ministers. The Executive Officer is the second in command of the Army and takes control of the Army when the Army Commanding Officer is not able to perform his duties, deals with logistics within the Army and other duties as given to them by the Army Commanding Officer.
Divisions are units within the Army. Division Commanding Officers are usually of Lieutenant Colonel or higher rank, and work under the Army Commanding Officer to complete goals put forth by the King. Divisions are given systems or planets to work on and build up. Divisions may also have Executive Officers which are usually Major or higher in rank. They are senior members of the Division and are often tasked with giving out orders, taking over command when the Commanding Officer is unable to perform their duties, logistics for the Division and other duties as given to them by the Division Commanding Officer.
Brigades are units within Divisions, comprised of 4 or more members. Brigade Commanding Officers are usually of Lieutenant or Major ranks, and work under Division COs to complete goals put forth by the Army Command. Brigades are often given specific tasks to complete, such as building, Raw Material hauling or collecting builders, or, when in war, performing combat operations. Brigades may also have Executive Officers which are usually Lieutenant Junior Grade or up. They are senior members of the Brigade and often tasked with giving out orders, taking over command when the Commanding Officer is unable to perform their duties, logistics for the Brigade and other duties as given to them by the Brigade Commanding Officer.