Defense of the Homeland
Our Department of Defense was established in 2018, as it was considered a necessity in order to defend the fatherland. The army was first formed, followed by the Air Patrol several months later. Both branches of Defense allow both citizen and non-citizens to serve within the military. Another way of earning your citizenship is to serve, which many consider a more rewarding way. To ensure a secure and prosperous community, our Department of Defense provides both group and air protection around the clock.
Basic Training Education
After the applicant completes all paperwork, goes through a medical evaluation, and is cleared for basic training, the applicant will be required to complete five weeks of online education. After completion of basic training, the enlisted soldier will be assigned a military specialty, base of operations, and unit to report to. If the applicant fails to complete or pass the basic training curriculum, they will be removed from the program and unable to serve.
First lesson: Regulations, appointments, promotions, demotions, awards and decorations.
Customs and Courtesies
Second lesson: Rank structure, proper title usage, respect, how and when to salute, and reporting to Officers.
Third lesson: Guard duty, general orders, leadership, authority, military time, and phonetic alphabet and numbers.
Fourth lesson: Responsibility, teamwork, setting examples, training, orders, and qualities of a leader.
Listening and Cooperation
Fifth lesson: Listening and observing, hearing versus listening, observation, evaluating, and communication.