Player name you use the most:
Ritona 'Misfit' Sterling
Make a list of links to all of your applications and (job)ban appeals, including whitelist and staff apps, within the last year. Also, provide "Ban reason; Verdict" beside each (job)ban link:
- I have yet to appeal to a ban or apply to another application
I understand at the utmost.
Do you understand how the Battlefield Execution functions?
As someone applying to the role as commander, I am expected to understand the fundamentals of a Battlefield Execution.
I see this as a duty of the commander that the executions are to be fired upon those who are rightfully justified by not just the commander, but related parties as well.
Do you understand you are not above Marine law, or allowed to enforce it yourself?
I am aware that my duties as a commander should be leading the crew of the Almayer and not be the Chief of Military Police
What do you think is the job of a Commander?
The role of commander is a complex, yet simple role that many can reflect upon. They are to lead marines and set an example to those who follow. The commander is to set examples and execute their missions with not by themselves, but by the crew of the ship. Commander is just one man that will lead the crew to a successful end. However they are not to forget what that they are also meant to follow rules set by the USCM.
If a member of your staff is disobeying orders, how would you handle it?
As many people have their own faults in their personalities, members of staff are expected to follow rules however may it be.
- Marines disobeying orders: If marines are disobeying orders, they will be handled by the MP's of the Almayer if they require attention by CIC, the CMP, the XO, and the CO will put consideration on this matter.
Depending on the crime, they are to be just on marine law if it were on a low or medium level type of crime, however crimes that are punishable by death will be executed if the marine fails to comprehend the severity of their actions.
- Officers disobeying orders: At most, they are to receive just punishment as they should know the punishments and their actions. The marines are under their hands. As a SO you are expected to lead the marines with clear vision and judge the decisions of orders and decisions, not to order them and blame it on the officers, and should they disobey, it should be advised by the CMP, XO, and myself on consideration. As the XO, they should and shall maintain the organisation of the Almayer and her crew, they are the second in command, and should they disobey, it should be held with the most justified actions, by the CO, SO's, and the CMP. The CMP is expected to organise and control the Almayer staff, if they fall out of line they are to lead, but if they go rampant, it should be held under CO consideration and the XO's.
- Civilian affairs: I am fully aware that as the ship is not just occupied by USCM, but by Weyland and Civilian staff as well. Should they be proved a problem, they are to be handled by MP's, if the CMO or CL are to be responsible, they should be handled by the CO, XO, CMP, or any investigative force that were to be sent.
My first days on CM were mostly from being as a Staff Officer. From there, I studied the ways how marines act and learned how they work. I learned what was needed for marines, learned what issues always happens between them. I've always attempted to find a reason to remedy this situation by filling that gap, but I can't do everything which is why I decided to lead rather than do. As time grew on, I began acting as the ACO when a CO or XO were not present, even then I'd continue helping the ACO with tactical advice that aided marines to push. So I wanted to apply as CO and bring hope to the marines of the CM and push back whatever defines as a threat.