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  1. Confederate States of America
  2. Universal Military Conduct Doctrine
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  4. The following doctrine has been drafted by the Confederate States’ Army Headquarter in order to properly educate enlistees of proper etiquette, regarding attire, information of rifle usage, and basic command. If information disregarding this doctrine is present by outer sources, it is not officially published within the doctrine, or is false information.
  5. Copying of this doctrine is strictly prohibited from doing so. If military personnel is found to do so, strict action will be emplaced upon the issue, by rank lock, to utter exile.
  6. WRITTEN AND DRAFTED BY BRIGADIER GENERAL VALLORBE, ARMY OF MISSISSIPPI, 1ST BRIGADE
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  8. Table of Contents
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  10. Section I: Universal Ordinance
  11. Attire
  12. Proper Behavior
  13. Section II: Ceremonial Drill
  14. Faces
  15. Rifle Stances
  16. Firing Commands
  17. Section III: Formations
  18. Section IV: Activity
  19. Strike System
  20. Section V: Conclusion
  21. Concluding Statement
  22. Signatures
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  25. Section I: Universal Ordinance
  26. ATTIRE
  27. Within the Confederate States’ Army, highly perfective ordinance is expected by all enlistees and officers alike, no matter the situation. A primary factor to such is attire, which varies with each rank. In basic practice, each rank should have the following:
  28. Volunteer
  29. For new recruits joining the army, the apparel of a butternut or grey volunteer field dress uniform is expected to be worn at all times. As well as such, basic kit is to be given, including a cartridge box, knapsack, canteen, and standard-issue kepi. The option of wearing a brimmed cap is acceptable.
  30. Private
  31. Uniforms used by soldiers who have been officially indoctrinated into the army are required to wear the same apparel as they wore during their volunteer service, only to be required to wear a kepi, with no acceptance of any other headwear. A bedsack is permitted to be worn if permitted.
  32. Corporal - Sergeant Major
  33. Through the non-commissioned officer ranks, different uniform rank tabs vary across the ranks, while standard kit is given; rank-specific kepi caps, knapsack, cartridge box, and canteen.
  34. Lieutenant - Colonel
  35. The first officer ranks begin a difference between enlisted and officer ranks alike. An officer-specific kepi is permitted for use, although a cavalry hat is given as an option for officers to wear during campaigns. As well as such, a standard-issue sash, belt, and sword holster is required to be worn at all times.
  36. Brigadier General - General
  37. The highest and most honorable ranks to be achieved within the army, strict attire is implemented amongst those within the rank. Similar to officer attire, a gold-brimmed kepi is given amongst these, with the acception of the General, wearing his own variation. Kit is the same as officers.
  38.         PROPER BEHAVIOR
  39. Strict behavior within the Confederate States’ Army is a requirement, provided its lasting moments within the group. The following is required by everyone, with restrictions applied:
  40. Non-commissioned officers and above are only permitted to hold hair, which only the trecky hair variant is only permitted (Unless a woman, where buns-shaped hairs are permitted).
  41. No unrealistic cosmetics, such as backpacks, masks, modern hair, etc.
  42. Packages are strictly prohibited.
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  44. Section II: Ceremonial Drill
  45. FACES
  46. A first stage within drilling is the requirement of faces, which show one’s competency of knowledge and understanding. Within such, a face of a sort can be expected by the drilling of a non-commissioned officer or above:
  47. Left Face
  48. All men will turn to the left at a 90 degree angle.
  49. Right Face
  50. All men will turn to the left at a 90 degree angle.
  51. About Face
  52. All men will turn 180 degrees around their right shoulder.
  53. Center Face
  54. All men will turn to face the officer.
  55. Left Oblique
  56. All men will make a half turn to their left.
  57. Right Oblique
  58. All men will take a half turn to their right.
  59. Dress Left
  60. All men will dress ranks based on how the leftmost man stands.
  61. Dress Right
  62. All men will dress ranks based on how the rightmost man stands.
  63. Dress Gaps
  64. All men will fill any gaps created in the line.
  65. Dress the Line
  66. The entire line will be fixed, making sure that everyone is in order of rank and fill any gaps in the formation.
  67. Attention
  68. All men will stand facing forward without moving, speaking, or interacting with anything.
  69. Stand At Ease
  70. Like ‘attention’ men will face forward silently but will use the ‘At Ease’ tool provided to them.
  71. Stand Easy
  72. All men will be silent, but may turn and look freely.
  73. Stand at Rest
  74. Men can turn and speak freely, but can not break the formation.
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  76. RIFLE STANCES
  77. The second section when coming to drill is the usage of knowledge of musket stances. These will allow utmost perfection when looking into royalty, representing the army as a high figure. Although basic, the following should be known:
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  79. J - Port Arms!
  80. H - Ground Arms!
  81. Unequip - Order Arms!
  82. Z - Parade Rest!
  83. X - Ready Bayonet!
  84. P - Fix Bayonet!
  85. R - Reload!
  86. Left Click - Make Ready!
  87. Right Click - Present!
  88. G - Right Shoulder Arms!
  89. K - Trail Arms!
  90. V - Salute!
  91. N - Right Shoulder Shift!
  92. Y - Third Person Mode
  93. Q - Aim
  94. L - Parade Arms
  95. FIRING COMMANDS
  96. VOLLEY FIRE
  97. The officer will say: ‘MAKE READY!’ in which the line will left click. ‘PRESENT’ in which the line will right click. ‘FIRE’ in which the line will left click. ‘RECOVER ARMS’ in which the line will proceed to left click again.
  98. RIPPLE FIRE
  99. The officer will say: ‘MAKE READY!’ in which the line will left click. ‘PREPARE TO RIPPLE FIRE FROM THE LEFT/RIGHT’ the whole line should acknowledge this, and prepare. ‘PRESENT’ the line will right click. ‘FIRE’ the line will begin firing from the side specified. If no side is specified, assume it’s the officer’s side. ‘RECOVER ARMS’ and the line will proceed to left click again.
  100. BLANKET FIRE
  101. The officer will say: ‘MAKE READY’ in which the line will left click. ‘PREPARE TO BLANKET FIRE # ROUNDS’ the entire line will acknowledge this, and prepare. ‘PRESENT’ the line will right click. ‘FIRE’ The line will begin firing the allotted amount of rounds, and will reload and recover arms automatically after finishing.
  102. FIRE BY RANK
  103. The officer will have his men form two ranks, and the first rank will crouch. The officer will then say: ‘PREPARE TO FIRE BY RANK’ this command will be acknowledged. ‘FIRST RANK, MAKE READY’ all men will left click. ‘PRESENT’ all men will right click. ‘FIRE’ all men will fire. The first rank will continue to crouch and reload. This process will continue with the second rank, and can be repeated as much as necessary.
  104. FIRE AND ADVANCE
  105. The officer will have his men form stagger. The officer will then say: ‘PREPARE TO FIRE AND ADVANCE this will be acknowledged. ‘SECOND RANK ADVANCE’ the rank behind the first rank will step forward two paces in-front. THIS RANK BECOMES THE FIRST RANK. ‘MAKE READY’ the new first rank will left-click. ‘PRESENT’ they will right click. ‘FIRE’ the men will left click. This process is repeated with the old first rank which is now the SECOND RANK.
  106. FIRE AND RETIRE
  107. Like Fire and Advance, the officer will have his men form stagger. The officer will then say: ‘PREPARE TO FIRE AND RETIRE’ this will be acknowledged. ‘FIRST RANK, MAKE READY’ the men will left click. ‘PRESENT’ the men will right click. ‘FIRE’ the men will left click. ‘FIRST RANK, RETIRE’ the first rank will step backwards, facing forward two paces behind the second rank. This process will be repeated with the old second rank which now becomes the FIRST RANK.
  108. FIRE THEN CHARGE BAYONETS
  109. The line will fire one volley. The officer will then say ‘CHARGE BAYONETS’ the line will acknowledge this by pressing ‘X’ to go into melee. The line will then shout ‘INNO AL RE!’ before advancing towards the enemy.
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  111. Section III: Formations
  112. FORM UP
  113. Men will form a standard shoulder to shoulder formation, with a .5 stud spacing. Hands should not be touching, and the line should be completely straight. When forming, men will go by rank order. Lowest ranks form from the left, and the ranks grow progressively to the right.
  114. FORM STAGGER
  115. The officer will say ‘PREPARE TO FORM STAGGER’ the line will count by 2’s from the right of the line. In a pattern of: 1, 2, 1, 2, 1, 2. The line will count in their heads SILENTLY. When the commander says ‘FORM STAGGER, MARCH!’ The 1’s in the line will take a musket length’s step backward. The 2’s remain stationary.
  116. FORM SQUARE
  117. The officer will say ‘PREPARE TO FORM SQUARE’ the line will count by 4’s from the right of the line. In a pattern of: 1, 2, 3, 4, 1, 2, 3, 4. The line will count in their heads SILENTLY. When the commander says ‘FORM SQUARE, MARCH!’ The 2’s will remain stationary. The 1’s will form on the right of the 2’s facing OUTWARD. The 3’s will form on the left of the 2’s facing OUTWARD. The 4’s will form at the back of the formation facing OUTWARD. Any men remaining will form in the middle.
  118. FORM LEFT/RIGHT
  119. Men will form in rank order on the specified side of the officer.
  120. FORM TWO RANKS
  121. The officer will say ‘PREPARE TO FORM TWO RANKS!’ men will prepare to go ONE BY ONE from the left. ‘FORM TWO RANKS, MARCH!’ the men will go one by one from the left IN ORDER to make a second rank. If there is one man left he will stay in the FIRST rank.
  122. OPEN ORDER
  123. The officer will say ‘EXTEND TO OPEN ORDER AT # PACES, MARCH!’. The men will extend the line and leave the specified number of paces in between the man next to him.
  124. CLOSE ORDER
  125. The officer will say ‘FORM AT CLOSE ORDER, MARCH!’ the men will decrease their spacing to as little as possible.
  126. TO THE REAR (OPEN ORDER)
  127. In a column or in two ranks, if the officer says ‘TO THE REAR, OPEN ORDER, MARCH!’ The second rank will take two paces back from the first rank.
  128. TO THE FRONT (CLOSE ORDER)
  129. In a column or in two ranks, if the officer says ‘TO THE FRONT, CLOSE ORDER, MARCH!’ the second rank will decrease the spacing from the first rank.
  130. QUICK MARCH
  131. Men will press the ‘K’ key and move in a column at a fast pace.
  132. RIGHT WHEEL
  133. The rightmost man will face to the right, and the rest of the line will swing like a doorway to the left side of the rightmost man.
  134. LEFT WHEEL
  135. The leftmost man will face to the left, and the rest of the line will swing like a doorway to the right side of the leftmost man.
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  137. Section IV: Activity
  138. STRIKE SYSTEM
  139. The strike system is an implemented feature to allow the viewing of multiple individuals based on activity and inactivity alike. The system is used one to see the daily and weekly activity of his or her regiment, and shape it up after. If functions as such:
  140. A google sheet is created, which will list the name, rank, and position of one’s position inside a regiment. For each activity they attend, they receive a different amount of points, which will reset at the end of each week. The points of each activity are as follows:
  141. Training: 1 Point
  142. Rallies: 0.5 Points
  143. Raids: 1.5 Points
  144. If medals are awarded, as a courtesy, a 2 point addition is added to activity.
  145. If one were to go inactive during an event, it is counted as truancy, and added a strike is emplaced on him or her (3 Strikes and you’re out, resets after 2 weeks). These may be cleared by reporting one’s inactivity in their regiment-specific inactivity log.
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  147. Section V: Conclusion
  148. CONCLUDING STATEMENT
  149. By this point, you should know the proper structure of a soldier, and how to act, and what to perform for the greatness of the nation. All rules must be obliged by this point, and an understanding of what to expect should be seen. As a last sign, a wish of luck is given to all subjects in the republic, who swear their oath to the flag of the republic. Deo Vindice!
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  151. SIGNATURES
  152. Vallorbe
  153. Brigadier General, Army of Mississippi. 1st Brigade
  154. OrdinaryPleb
  155. General of The Confederate States’ Army
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