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1 Military Professionalization Act on Sat Jun 14, 2014 11:38 am

Military Professionalization Act
Category: Law
Introduction
Within the INU's regional military--and, undoubtedly, the armed forces of other regions--there has been a consistent problem with participation, experience, and reliability. Given that successful efforts against raiders require almost complete reliance on the discipline and activity of military nations, this problem is a threat to INU military success now and in the future. Competence in fighting against raiders will be critical as the INU attempts to progress in its position as a defender. In order to help correct the problems that have been troubling the INU's forces thus far, a screening system based on training will be created to ensure those who are admitted to the military have been adequately instructed and are capable of being online at updates.
Arguments
--Military nations need to be trained in order to be reliable, and too few military nations have attended training in the past to make INU forces competent.
--Limited screening will ensure that the nations in the military are those who have shown they can be depended upon and have been trained.
--Providing a force comprised fully of trained nations will make the INU's military truly professional, thus raising it to the same level as the armies of the raiders and of other defenders.
Provisions
The following will be instituted to form a new screening system:
--Military nations on the application waiting list will be contacted for training on each Saturday and Sunday, as can be managed by the defense minister, founder and any commanding officers, who will be in charge of training operations.
--Two types of training will be used for the instruction of military nations: first, training runs, and second, a practice liberation. Training runs will be conducted during the middle of the day, NOT at the update. These will simply be conducted by using fake update times to help teach military nations to move and endorse at precise times, to help instill discipline. Each military nation will have to successfully complete 5 training runs. The next part of training will be a practice liberation, held at an actual update with either an actual region under raider control (albeit a small one) or a special practice region. This would be to ensure military nations can be online at updates, and to put the training skills into a simulated liberation. Each military nation will have to successfully complete 1 practice liberation.
--Once a military nation has completed all the necessary training runs and the practice liberation, they will be officially inducted into the regional military and removed from the application waiting list. New units will be formed as necessary from the nations inducted into the military; the first nation with a personal statement to become an officer who passes the training and is approved by the defense minister will become the captain for the new unit. An uncompleted unit (one with less than 31 nations) will be permitted to work as normal, but it will not be officially inducted as a military unit until it is completely filled.
Implementation
The following procedures will be taken to enforce the provisions of this act:
--Upon passage of this legislation, the defense minister, founder and existing officers will work to begin regular training courses on Saturdays and Sundays. All nations on the application waiting list will be notified of upcoming training.
--Once the first nations are inducted into the military, a new forum section for the incomplete unit will be created.

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