Marines serve several functions from ship security, to ship boarding, to ground assault. Marines are expected to follow orders to the letter from their Platoon Commander or Divisional Commander during official operations. Marines are expected to work together with their squad mates to create a hailstorm of fast and deadly accurate fire to secure their objectives. Marines are highly coordinated and members will be expected to at least hear voice chat if not also respond. Marines receive free transport on all ISTD ships based on scheduled availability of non critical pilots.
The Commander of the MEF will be expected to coordinate training activities to his platoon commanders and relay readiness, logistics requests, and troop compositions to the Fleet Admiral. During peace operations the Logistics wing is under the command of its Wing Commander. During times of War command will revert to the Combat Commander.
The Commander MEF will also assign a senior and highly skilled Marine to lead the SERE Training program for the 208th Air Wing Pilots. The SERE program will allow downed pilots to have a fundamental understanding of stealth maneuvering in a hostile environment to avoid capture while rescue arrives. Additionally the pilots will be required to know how to fight and use their small arms weapons proficiently if they have no other choice but to fight. The SERE training program will be required by all Flight Status pilots every month and the Marine instructor will be expected to provide new content and strategies from lessons learned by the 227th to our pilots.
If you are interested in joining the 227th Marines Expeditionary Force please contact Commander MEF: (Unfilled) Contact Fleet Admiralty.
All new members are required to read the descriptions and choose their first and second choice for Divisions they would like to join. Read Member Handbook for more information.
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