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•  Chain of Command





The Chain Of Command






The “Operations Division” is responsible for the planning and execution of tactical tasks.

The “Information Division” is responsible for gathering and processing intelligence through all sources to include reconnaissance, and communications within the militia.

The “Support Division” is responsible for logistics; dealing with the procurement, supply, and maintenance of equipment, with the movement, evacuation, and hospitalization of personnel, with the provision of facilities and services.








Logistic Regions










The Rank Structure


Rank structure is essential for a well regulated Militia.

Non Commissioned Officers are mid-level managers and leaders who are able to apply agile and adaptive practices to defeat enemy threats, solve problems, and accomplish missions based on the commanders’ intent. NCOs are the doers; they provide inspiration, purpose, motivation, direction and discipline to the minutemen they lead. Trusted neighborhood team leaders are ideal NCO candidates. As such, the County CO Staff grants NCO advancement on both merit and proven leadership skills.

Commissioned Officers refer to the more senior portion of the UCM who derive their authority from a commission assigned by the Command Staff. They are responsible for leading, the proper training of members, planning missions, and organizing the internal and external affairs under their command. Officers are entrusted with the welfare, morale and professional development of members under their command. As such, the Command Staff grants Officership to the most qualified, talented men and women.





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