Firestone National Guard: Uniformed Code of Military Conduct


The Uniform Code of Military Conduct is intended for the education of all personnel in the Firestone National Guard. It will include all department policies, jurisdiction, and operation protocols and procedures. It is highly encouraged to read, study, and memorize key sections of this forum, as it directly pertains to everyday duties of a guardsman.

Any questions regarding this document should forwarded to Colonel and above.


Applicants must completely fill out an application located at the Universal Application Center:

To send an applications, applicants must be at least a Middle Class Citizen of the State of Firestone.

The National Guard is not bound by employment regulations, and applicants may remain in the primary and secondary jobs.

Once accepted, the National Guard requires all enlistees to complete the Basic Combat Training (BCT) program. The BCT program consists of two sessions of about 45 minutes each.

Enlists will then be promoted to the rank of Private, and may begin duty as part of the National Guard after a probationary period of three days.


All personnel are expected to abide by the regulations provided in the forum, as well as any other policies introduced later.

All personnel are expected to be loyal, active, a positive figure in the community, dedicated, empathetic, professional, responsible for their own actions, and maintain the integrity of the Guard when in uniform, on duty, or deployed.

Conviction of any criminal charges while employed within the Guard will result in a dishonorable discharge.


The official on duty uniform is the standard issue Army Combat Uniform (ACU) in the Operational Camouflage Pattern (OCP).

Rank tabs for the appropriate rank may be worn with the ACU.

The official fall and winter formal uniform is the standard issue Class A uniform.

The official spring and summer formal uniform is the standard issue Class B uniform.

All uniforms are to be worn by correct rank.

When in official uniform, men must keep their hair short. Women must put their hair in a bun, or keep their hair short as well. Hair must be of realistic color.

Glasses or shades may be worn by personnel ranked Private or greater.

Uniforms must be worn at all times while on duty.


Commander - Governor of the State of Firestone.
Major General - Appointed by the Governor; oversees National Guard operations.
Brigadier General - Appointed by the Major General; assists the Major General.
Colonel - Appointed by the Major General; oversees the Lieutenant Colonels.
Lieutenant Colonel - Commanding Officer of a battalion.
Major - Executive Officer of a battalion; assists battalion Lieutenant Colonel.
Captain - Administration of a battalion.
Lieutenant - Oversees all lower ranks in a battalion.
Command Sergeant Major - Third in command of a battalion.
First Sergeant - Senior sergeant; assists battalion Command Sergeant Major.
Staff Sergeant - In charge of a squadron.
Sergeant - Beginning leadership rank; may receive some responsibility within a battalion.
Corporal - Experienced guardsman.
Specialist - Specializes in a profession, like medical care or skilled combat.
Private First Class - Has basic knowledge needed to succeed in the National Guard.
Private - Achieved when passing BCT; official National Guard member.
Enlist - Awaiting training; not officially employed by the Guard.


1MPB (1st Military Police Battalion) - Charged with maintaining order within all military facilities or where military personnel are present; enforces regulations.

3IB (3rd Infantry Battalion) - Basic starter battalion; most guardsmen will be employed here.

5SFB (5th Special Forces Battalion) - Specially trained operatives that insert first into warzones and gather intelligence on enemy states.

7ITB (7th Infantry Training Battalion) - Dedicated drill sergeants that take on the task of training Enlists.

CG (Coast Guard) - Patrols and enforces maritime law on all boaters in county waters.


When not deployed, National Guard jurisdiction consists of the town of Greendale.
Only during a State of Emergency or deployment by the Governor or Major General may the National Guard freely patrol the state.
The Department of Homeland Security, Firestone State Patrol, Stapleton County Sheriff’s Department, and Department of Corrections may call out the National Guard for up to three hours to assist with emergency situations.
While on callout, the National Guard has scene command.
After returning from a callout, the highest ranking guardsman on scene must file a callout report and send it to the Major General.
National Guard personnel may leave the base to buy food and drink. After buying the food and drink, National Guard personnel must return in a timely manner.
In the event of an urgent situation, Major+ may grant temporary visitor access the base.


Clearance Level 5 - Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Speaker of the House, Chief Justice; may enter base at any time.

Clearance Level 4 - Founder and Co-Founder, Cabinet members, major Gubernatorial candidates, foreign diplomats recognized by Department of State; may enter base when accompanied by Secret Service.

Clearance Level 3 - Representatives, Senators, Court Justices; may enter base when accompanied by Secret Service and are in imminent danger.

Clearance Level 2 - Firestone citizens, partnered representatives, public employees; no base access.

Clearance Level 1 - Non-citizens of Firestone, including tourists and visiors; no base access.

The Firestone National Guard reserves the right to decline any clearance access to the base or facilities if they are not directly cooperating, pose a threat to the security of the base, or are breaking the law.

Clearance Level may be referred to as “CL(#)” for short.


Lockdown A: Major threat to the State or National Guard, such as multiple armed suspects on the loose. CL4+ are cleared to enter base for refuge and protection. Base gates should be closed off and blocked, and frequent sweeps of the base should made to prevent trespassers. Lethal force is authorized on trespassers after one verbal warning.
Lockdown B: Rising threat to the State, such as multiple shootings or incidents happening around the county, direct threats, or attacks to the Capitol or National Guard. Armed security should be present at all times outside of the National Guard base.
Code Red: The radio code for a breach. During a Code Red, the base is to be blocked off by National Guard personnel and searched. Breachers will be warned once to leave before lethal force is authorized.
State of Emergency: At the Governor’s discretion, a State of Emergency may be called in times of urgency. At that time, the National Guard is deployed. Martial Law may or may not be enabled.
Martial Law: When enabled, this provides personnel the right to enter private property without a warrant, and to take away unnecessary rights that affect National Guard actions during deployment.


This document has been approved by the Firestone National Guard Major General, Brigadier General, and Colonel.
Questions, comments, or concerns should be forwarded to the Colonel or above.
Any guardsman in violation of these rules and regulations should be reported immediately to command staff, regardless of rank.

(UPDATED AS OF 23:26 CST, 3/6/2018)