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UNITED NATIONS SPACE COMMAND
UNIFORM CODE OF MILITARY JUSTICE

 

ARTICLE I. UNSC BASIC LAWS & GENERAL PROVISIONS

 

 

CHAPTER I. BASIC LAWS

APPLICANT TO ALL REGISTERED MEMBERS OF THIS WEBSITE HTTP://SEMPER-VIGILANS.ENJIN.COM

An individual is referring to you, reader, gamer, halo fan and member of ONI, UNSC, Semper-Vigilans and all services of third party groups who identify as such regardless of reading, knowing and understanding any of the rules here under. These rules are set to promote professionalism, military roleplay and a safe environment to have fun and enjoy the Halo Community.

01. Individual is to Not kill his/her own comrades with the intent to hurt his/her team and the ONI. 

02. Individual is to Not forcefully provoke any in game action that is negative.

03. Individual is to Not kill non-essential personnel of the UNSC Office of Naval Intelligence.

04. Individual is to Not explicitly disrespect any higher ranking officer in their branch or any branch. Respect is earned, not given*

05. Individual is to Not change from in-game assigned uniform at all times. 3 Warnings will be given If found without the appropriate uniform*

06. Individual is to Not question any order given to and by a superior ranking officer nor ever question their authority in any shape or form. 

07. Individual is to Not create or aid any other group, team, or community effort against the ONI.

08. Individual is to Not screenshot, record in attempt to save information of classified material in any median of communication with-in ONI. 

09. Individual is to Not be in any other group, team, clan or community during active duty service in the ONI.

10. Individual is to Not discriminate in any shape or form or promote racism, sexism and ableism. Personal attacks will not be tolerated*

11. Individual is to Not recruit, promote or distribute materials that belong to another group without proper citation or permission.

12. Individual is to Not mod any game to diminish the value of skill, fortitude and 

13. Individual is to Not sale or distribute anything that is deemed illegal by federal law of the U.S. under this community forum. 

 

CHAPTER II. GENERAL PROVISIONS

UNITED NATIONS SPACE COMMAND JUDICIAL ADVOCATE GENERAL'S CORPS. DEFINITION & INTERPRETATION 

(1) The term “Judge Advocate General” means, severally, the Judge Advocates General of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.

(2) The Navy and the Marine Corps shall be considered as one armed force.

(3) The term “commanding officer” includes only commissioned officers.

(4) The term “officer in charge” means a member of the Navy, the Marine Corps, the Army or the Air Force designated as such by appropriate authority.

(5) The term “superior commissioned officer” means a commissioned officer superior in rank or command.

(6) The term “cadet” means a cadet of the UNSC Military Academy, UNSC Officers Candidate School, or any UNSC Candidate Assessment Programs.

(7) The term “midshipman” means a midshipman on active duty in the naval service.

(8) The term “military” refers to any or all of the armed forces.

(9) The term “accuser” means a person who signs and swears to charges.

(10) The term “military judge” means an official of a general or special court-martial detailed in accordance with the UNSC JAG Corps.

(12) The term “legal officer” means any commissioned officer of the Navy, Marine Corps, Army, Air Force designated to perform legal duties for a command.

(13) The term “judge advocate” means—

     (A) an officer of the Judge Advocate General's Corps of the Army or the Navy;

     (B) an officer of the Air Force or the Marine Corps who is designated as a judge advocate; or

     (C) a commissioned officer of the Office of Naval Intelligence designated for special duty (law).

(14) The term “record”, when used in connection with the proceedings of a court-martial, means—

      (A) an official written transcript, written summary, or other writing relating to the proceedings; or

      (B) an official audiotape, videotape, or similar material from which sound, or sound and visual images, depicting the proceedings may be reproduced


 

 ARTICLE II.  UNSC ORGANIZATION & GENERAL MILITARY POWERS.

 

 

CHAPTER I. UNSC BRANCHES

UNIFORMED SERVICES & HOW THEY WORK 

Branches are identified as the type/role of active service an individual is willing to take for his/her career.

     SUBCHAPTER (A) UNSC NAVY

The primary and most supported branch of the Office of Naval Intelligence, The UNSC Navy is the branch of the UNSC Defense Force responsible mostly for naval warfare and operations in cyber space, though they still operate in the oceans with their terrestrial arm. Its roles include ship-to-ship combat; orbital bombardment; the deployment of atmospheric and space fighters, and the delivery of UNSC Marines into combat including the deployment of Orbital Drop Shock Troopers. In-game it is responsible for the training and mainteinence of the UNSC UCMB & UNSC OCS. While also practicing naval operations and the mainteinence of ships, warfare conduct and of our fleets.

      SUBCHAPTER (B) UNSC MARINE CORPS.

The secondary and most competitive branch of the Office of Naval Intelligence, The UNSC Marine Corps. is a branch of the UNSC Defense Force responsible for conducting land-based expeditionary combat operations using the mobility provided by the UNSC Navy to rapidly deliver forces. Marines are also charged with the defense of Navy vessels and installations from hostile forces. In-game it is responsible for the unconventional tactics of "Raids" under given rules and regulations, being the most active and combat inducive it practices in raid based scenarios, combat readiness and tactical military simulation gameplay.

     SUBCHAPTER (C) UNSC ARMY

The tietary and most cordial branch of the Office of Naval Intelligence, The UNSC Army is a branch of the UNSC Defense Force that is primarily responsible for land-based military operations. They typically serve as a garrison force on UEG-controlled colony worlds. Unlike the UNSC Marine Corps, which is frequently used in expeditionary operations across the galaxy in conjunction with the Navy, the Army is primarily implemented in ground combat operations and garrison duties. In-game it is responsible for activity and fundamentals/building the foundation of the halo community in finding new clans, groups and communities to help as well as the practice of military realism and practice.

     SUBCHAPTER (D) UNSC AIR FORCE

The quaternary and most arduous branch of the Office of Naval Intelligence, The UNSC Air Force is a branch of the UNSC Defense Force that serves as an aerial defense and support force. It is tasked with organizing aerial operations, conducting tactical strikes and bombing runs, providing close-air-support for infantry forces, and transportation of UNSCDF personnel. In-game it is responsible for the role play of dog fights, air combat and practice there of aerial superiority but not limited too and often train in the exploitation of Xbox Live and the Xbox 360 for mods that promote at fun and entertaining environment. 

 

CHAPTER II. UNSC COMMANDS

OPERATIONAL COMMANDS & HOW THEY WORK

Commands are identified as an decision-making body of commanding officers for the longevity/success of ONI and the UNSC Defense Forces. 

     SUBCHAPTER (A) UNSC HIGH COMMAND

The highest form of command and the entirety of all commands, High Command is the combining bodies of Naval Command and Unified Ground Command. UNSC High Command (HIGHCOM) is the highest operational command of the United Nations Space Command and is ultimately in charge of all personnel, equipment, and facilities used by the UNSC Defense Force. It is sometimes colloquially referred to as "The Admiralty", which is a misnomer as its staff is composed of personnel from all branches, not just the Navy. HIGHCOM consists of less than twenty members that work very closely to plan missions, set objectives, to ensure that there is no disputes over resources or the command hierarchy amongst the lower echelons. 

     SUBCHAPTER (B) UNSC NAVAL COMMAND

The UNSC Naval Command (NAVCOM) is a United Nations Space Command Defense Force organization responsible for the running of the UNSC Navy. It answers to HIGHCOM. The UNSC Naval Command is the combined sub-commands of FLEETCOM, NAVLOGCOM, NAVSPECWAR/NAVSPECWEPS. It has a very well known history in the Halo clan community as both a very famous honorable lore based clan and an infamous unsportmanlike competitive group. This Naval Command is nothing like that and holds itself to the highest standards. The officials who make up Naval Command are those who are qualified leaders of this community.  

     SUBCHAPTER (C) UNSC UNIFIED GROUND COMMAND

The UNSC Unified Ground Command (UNICOM) is a United Nations Space Command organization tasked with coordinating the terrestrial operations of the Army, the Marine Corps, and the Air Force. UNICOM's roles include, but are not limited to, disaster relief, infantry operations, search and reconnaissance, and other "ground pounder" duties. Special operations within the organization's oversight are coordinated by UNICOM's dedicated Unified Special Warfare Command. The Marine Corps' Orbital Drop Shock Troopers are an exception as they are instead controlled by Naval Command's Naval Special Weapons. UNICOM has the authority to take control of colonial militias and security forces to accomplish its goals. 

      SUBCHAPTER (D) UNSC PERSONNEL COMMAND

The UNSC Personnel Command (PERSCOM) is a branch of the UNSC High Command that deals with the transfers, promotion, and retirements of all UNSC personnel in the various branches of the UNSC Defense Force, including the UNSC Navy and UNSC Marine Corps. PERSCOM keeps a record of Career Service Vitaes of every member of the military, and stores them as a military record. These files may be viewed by senior military officers. Unlike the other UNSC Commands, PERSCOM is identified as a command but does not have its own operations and military campaigns. PERSCOM is managed by ONI personnel to keep operational prowess and to choose individuals for ONI operations. 

 

CHAPTER III. UNSC SUB-COMMANDS

SUB-COMMANDS, JURISDICTION & AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY 

     SUBCHAPTER (A) UNSC FLEET COMMAND

UNSC Fleet Command (FLEETCOM), also known as Fleet Operations Command is the primary operations group of the United Nations Space Command Navy, responsible for ship deployment, mission structures, and space operations. It is subordinate to the UNSC Naval Command. All naval vessels report through FLEETCOM and the commanding admirals of the UNSC. UNSC Fleet Command is the primary operational group of the UNSC's naval forces. FLEETCOM has oversight of ship deployment, mission structures, and space operations, including troop transport and space fighter operations. FLEETCOM is dominated by the UNSC Navy, with token representation by the UNSC Marine Corps. 

    SUBCHAPTER (B) UNSC NAVAL LOGISTICAL OPERATIONS COMMAND

UNSC Naval Logistical Operations Command (NAVLOGCOM), also known as the UNSC Logistical Corps or Logistical Operations Command, is a branch of the UNSC Naval Command. The branch oversees construction, maintenance, and distribution of all things relating to the UNSC Navy, including ships, ammunition, food, and replacement parts. NavLogCom ensures that all materials and equipment used by the UNSC Navy reach their destinations and keeps track of all supplies and all things vital for the maintenance of the UNSC Navy. The patch of the branch consisted of clasping hands.

    SUBCHAPTER (C) UNSC NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE/WEAPONS COMMAND

Naval Special Warfare Command (NAVSPECWAR) is a major special forces division under the oversight of UNSC Naval Command. The branch includes theOrbital Drop Shock Troopers, operatives of the now defunct ORION Project and most of the SPARTAN-IIs. The SPARTAN-IIIs also served under NAVSPECWAR until early 2553, when they were folded into the independent Spartan branch. NAVSPECWAR specializes in covert operations, assassinations, and conducting high-priority, high-risk operations against enemy forces. NAVSPECWAR also includes Naval Special Weapons (NAVSPECWEP), under which the ODSTs and the SPARTAN-IIs serve. Some NAVSPECWEP units fall under the operational supervision of Section Three within the Office of Naval Intelligence

CHAPTER IV. UNSC UNITS

EXPEDITIONARY, DIVISIONS, FLEETS & HOW THEY WORK  

     SUBCHAPTER (A) UNSC AUXILLARY UNITS

Auxillary units are often based on lore and are only aesthetic, non-combat and for role playing. Often Auxillary units will be on the website yet will not be active in any combat role or capacity over the battle network. These units will not have rosters and are completely fan made with gamertag/usernames never being the actual tags and usernames of any real person. It is solely present for the namesake and Halo lore as something that is exercisable by ONI. These units are largely populated by civilian contractors and Sangheili liaision. 

     SUBCHAPTER (B) UNSC MILITARY UNITS

Military units are often based on military organized clans that are in ONI, All military units assume a combat role of various types across ONI and are most of the time lore based. Often Military units will be on the website with an immense interactivity between each unit and within each unit, keeping a relative presence on the website displaying military ranks and affiliation with ONI. These units have rosters of real gamer tags and are the basis of all ingame practices ONI exercises. 

     SUBCHAPTER (C) UNSC SPECIAL UNITS

Special units are often based on unconventional warfare or meta-gaming priorities. Special units range from specially skilled too specially purposed in a wide variety of activities with in ONI. Often Special units are seen as unique group of individuals selected to do a specific job that other units cannot do, either it be actively competitive in MLG Game battle, PGL and other online tournaments or electronic profiling, web development and cyber side operations. These units have their rosters kept on there assigned ships and are discreetly recognized. 

      SUBCHAPTER (D) UNSC POLITICAL UNITS

Political units are often based on social media and communication. Sharing many key traits with auxillary units it is a unit created to drive an impression on people about ONI and its intellectual property. Often Political units debate and hold conversations between other leaders of the Halo community to promote ONI's interest and share media related content. Political units do not hold a combat role and are also commissioned for 'backdrop' Intelligence as well. 

CHAPTER VI. UNSC SUB-UNITS

UNITS DIRECTLY UNDER A UNIT & HOW THEY WORK

Sub-units across the UNSC are units that work directly under another unit. It is the smaller unit in line of the chain of command. Sub-units share a parent/child relationship with a unit. A sub-unit would report to a unit than the unit would report to its operational command. Units are often comprised of 4 to 8 sub-units. Sub-units are often given assignment and other tasks by the respective parent unit. Like a parent would units nurture and regulate the growth and circumstance of a sub-unit. 

 

CHAPTER VII. UNSC TEAMS

SPECIAL FORCES (SPARTAN) TEAMS AND UNCONVENTIONAL WARFARE

 

ARTICLE III.  UNSC EXTERNAL & INTERNAL POLICIES 

 

 

CHAPTER I. RESPONSIBILITY & RESPECT

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I31

ONI Personnel are all treated with equality and respect by the leaders, and Civilians are expected to behave the same to each other. The ONI acknowledges that gamers come from diverse backgrounds, and use games to escape the stresses of real life. Because of this ONI aims to provide a pleasant, drama free environment for members to enjoy playing Halo in. As such, only polite, mature, and responsible candidates need apply for ONI careers. It is recommended that applicants be over the age of 18. Exceptions may be made on a case by case basis. Overall you will be judged on your personality and treatment of others in the community, not your age. ONI operates on a zero tolerance policy for needless drama, and those who are found disturbing the peace are subject to immediate loss of their respective ONI careers. If you have a direct problem with another member, please contact a UNSC High Command member to help deal with the situation.

 

CHAPTER II. EXTERNAL REPRESENTATION/REPUTATION

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I32

ONI Personnel are expected to uphold the name of ONI throughout the universe. You are not to do anything to harm the reputation of ONI, in-game or otherwise. Common decency is expected of all career holders when engaging in both internal and external interactions or operations.

 

CHAPTER III. DUAL-MEMBERSHIP/MULTI-CLANNING

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I33 

As stated in Article I. Chapter 1. Basic Laws Regulation 10. Dual-Membership with other Guilds, Corporations, Governments, or other ruling bodies, and ONI is not allowed. ONI is hard at work to always provide everything that a gamer would need to have a happy and positive experience in the UNSC. Engaging in Dual-Membership, especially for ranking officers and operatives without direct orders, will be considered treason and is cause for immediate termination of your career with ONI and the UNSC. Some small exceptions can be made in special cases where our ONI is organized to support a clan in small sect/cell development as well as dual membership with things like family groups or forger clubs will be allowed. A special request must be submitted to HIGHCOM, and approval is required. The list of HIGHCOM-approved organizations is available for review here (UNSC Personnel only)


 

CHAPTER IV. PIRACY

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I34

ONI & the UNSC prides itself on upholding equality and fairness for all beings. As such, any and all forms of piracy is forbidden for ONI personnel and ONI Civilians. Any reports of piracy will be promptly investigated, and confirmed cases of piracy could result in expulsion and termination of your career with ONI. Piracy is defined as the unauthorized use or reproduction of another's work. In content and media you as an individual produce or are affiliated with. 

 

CHAPTER V. GAMEPLAY

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I35

The UNSC looks to accommodate everyone’s play styles and time restraints. We understand that everyone has a life outside of Star Citizen, and because of this, we have no set gameplay time requirements or mandatory scheduling throughout the week – your real life comes first. However, to stay an active part of this community, we expect all of our ONI personnel and civilians to contribute in a meaningful way. We expect ONI personnel to use their play time, whenever or however long it might be, in a meaningful way that both benefits them and the United Nations Space Command. We will not tolerate people using group resources for purely personal gain.

 

CHAPTER VI. OFFICERS & CANDIDACY

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I36

Leadership positions in the United Nations Space Command are a position of duty, not privilege. These positions are based on need, and candidates will be selected for an Officer position based on a number of factors, including but not limited to dedication and skill. Having a higher position in the UNSC does not give the authority to dictate other’s actions, time spent and/or play style in game outside of approved areas such as Dedicated Fireteams. Leadership positions never allow the person holding office to act in a privileged manner during social interactions with other members. Should you be offered an Officer position in the UNSC, we expect you to commit more time to the Halo franchise and the UNSC, so please keep that in mind before accepting.

 

CHAPTER VII. MEANS OF COMMUNCATIONS

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I37

We offer many different ways for ONI Personnel to communicate and connect with each other. Primary communications across ONI will be through Xbox live messaging system in both texting and voice respectively as a Halo based community organization. While secondary will be the Enjin messaging systems. As a community that is expanded over both Xbox 360, Xbox ONE & Windows 10/PG Gaming devices voice communication across platforms are in-use on private channels but are not prioritized, in-game will be VoIP using Discord & Teamspeak respectively dependent on the game and discretionary. We understand that not everyone wants to be on a microphone at all times during their gaming sessions, as such, VoIP participation in both Discord and Teamspeak is not required for all ONI personnel, with special exceptions for circumstances such as Dedicated Windows 10/PC Gaming operations or Command meetings. Voice communications will not be required for normal UNSC activities.

 

CHAPTER VIII. NATIONALITY & TIME ZONE POLICY 

INTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL I38

We are open to all English speaking members, whether native or as a second language, regardless of time zone. We have bridge programs for Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, French, Russian & German speakers who are willing to improve their english as they play. Reading english is mandatory with comprehensive levels higher than a fair standard. IF you cannot read, you will be unable to submit a successful application. 

 

CHAPTER IX. OFFICIAL UNSC/ONI COMMUNICATIONS

EXTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL E39

Communications by ONI personnel of the United Nations Space Command and Office of Naval Intelligence, electronic or otherwise, made through but not limited to, forum threads and posts, email, blogs, social media posts, private messages, or videos, are the opinion of that individual and may not represent the views or stance of the United Nation Space Command and the Office of Naval Intelligence. Communications that represent the views of the United Nations Space Command and Office of Naval Intelligence will be clearly marked as such, and published by a member of UNSC High Command through the UNSC PRESS CORPS. The UNSC does not and should not police the actions of our members; they are free to express their own thoughts and opinions. As such, the United Nations Space Command cannot be held responsible for their actions. If you represent another organization, and are having an issue with a UNSC Civilian or personnel, you are free to contact the UNSC Department of Colonial Security and outreach an higher officer in command to submit a complaint. We will take the action we deem necessary to resolve the matter.

 

CHAPTER X. NEUTRALITY & ROLEPLAY 

EXTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL E40

Despite clashes with other Office of Naval Intelligence's and the United Nations Space Command Clan Community over our history, our United Nations Space Command and Office of Naval Intelligence does not actively seek the destruction of any other UNSC lore based clan or other Office of Naval Intelligence groups. We simply wish for social and structural changes in other UNSC on a community scale, and have taken matters into our own hands because of the other ONI and UNSC clans unwillingness to change. We are willing to work and align with other organizations and groups, regardless of their affiliation, as long as both parties are able to find common ground.

 

CHAPTER XI. DIPLOMACY & ALLIANCES

EXTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL E41

At this time the United Nations Space Command is not actively seeking binding agreements with other organizations or entities in regards to mutual assistance, military support, trade or business treaties, or any other categories that require the United Nations Space Command, Office of Naval Intelligence to commit any of is resources. We believe, in the majority of cases, it is too cumbersome in the development process to negotiate and agree on any meaningful terms. We are very open to keeping friendly relations with other groups who are interested in working with the UNSC, and to discussing intentions and ideas for future proposals. 

 

CHAPTER XII. INTELLIGENCE GATHERING

EXTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCL E42

The United Nations Space Command, Office of Naval Intelligence does not condone out-of-game intelligence gathering, also known as Meta-gaming. The UNSC does not sanction ONI personnel and civilians alike in joining other groups, least of all for the purpose of espionage, and actively seeks to prevent this.

 

CHAPTER XIII. CONFIDENTIALTY 

EXTERNAL POLICIES PROTOCOL E43

The Office of Naval Intelligence agrees to keep any and all information exchanged during diplomatic talks and/or negotiations, for purposes of trade or otherwise, confidential. If the terms of any agreement are breached by other involved parties, the Office of Naval Intelligence holds this confidentiality agreement null and void.

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