Divisions

RFCP has four global divisions and ten task force divisions.

Global Divisions

  • Army (US)
  • Navy (AUSIA)
  • Air Force (EU)
  • Marines (Spanish-speaking)

Global divisions operate identically to one another and are based on time zones and language. This allows the army to be a worldwide organization. These divisions, unlike task force divisions, are not oriented towards a specific specialty or task. They are units of the larger whole and that simply hold their events and battles at different times of day or in different languages. Global divisions are headed up by Army Generals (U.S.), Navy Admirals (Australian/Asian), Air Force Red Barons (European), and Marines Conquistadors (Spanish-speaking). RFCP’s largest global division is the Army, followed closely by the Air Force. The Navy and the Marines are small but on the rise. Usually, “army” refers to the entire RFCP, including Air Force, Navy, and Marines, so the distinction must be made carefully.

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Task Force Divisions

  • Zero Cap Alpha
  • Silver Thirty
  • Recruitment Coalition
  • Ghost Recon Raid Division
  • RFCP University
  • Priortorian Guard
  • Patrol
  • Recon Hockey League
  • Beta Fox Twenty
  • RFCP Times-Dispatch

There are ten task force divisions in the RFCP. These can be considered corps that focus on specific objectives. Each task force division is assigned a “head” by the Commander. Task force Division Heads do not need to be officers. More information on the task force divisions are below. They are listed from oldest to newest.

Note: All soldiers interested in “application only” divisions should apply to the Division Head, not the Commander.

  1. Zero Cap Alpha
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2. Silver Thirty

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3. Recruitment Coalition

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4. Ghost Recon Raid Division

5. RFCP University

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See: https://priorbumble.blog/2021/02/15/rfcp-u-seeks-to-educate-all-in-rfcp-and-cpa/

6. Priortorian Guard

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7. Patrol

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8. Recon Hockey League

9. Beta Fox Twenty

10. The Times-Dispatch

Clubs

RFCP has several clubs which are not formal divisions and have no Division Head, but which have themed goals. There is never an application process to be a member of these clubs, and often entry into the club only requires reacting to a role. Sometimes, formal divisions sponsor clubs, making them “subdivisions.” The current clubs in RFCP are:

  • Soldier Advisement Committee Office (SACO)–This club allows soldiers to get more involved in tasks to aid the officers. Informally, members of this club are offered closer consideration for promotion. Even the Commander himself may ping this club to distribute orders the way he does in the command room. SACO is the most active club, and is often mistaken for a division.
  • Party Planning Committee–This club keeps track of birthdays and enlistment anniversaries and plans parties for soldiers. They also specialize in igloo design for special events.
  • Wikiteam and Social Media–This club works on the army’s own Wikipedia site and generates content for RFCP social medias, such as Facebook and Twitter. It is sponsored by The RFCP Times-Dispatch and is therefore a subdivision.
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