Article 4 – Communication

 

Article 4 – Communication

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4-1. Fleet Communications
The Fleet is obligated to maintain in good use clear channel frequencies for the ease of its members, officer, civilian personnel or otherwise, for both operational and non-operational use. The Fleet Frequencies are defined by the Fleet Command, which maintains the right to add or decrease the number of available frequencies. All members belonging to the Fleet are obligated to join the frequencies according to their rank. Fleet Channels are all moderated by Officers of the Fleet of a certain rank, higher ranks have the right to moderate the channel in their absence, as per standard chain of command protocol.
4-2. Fleet Standard Channel Frequency
As Fleet Standard Channel Frequency, is defined the channel FLEET (/f). All officers and members of the 101st Fleet are obligated at full to join, participate and monitor the channel at all times.

  1. Fleet Captains are assigned to moderate this frequency.
  2. Any active member of the 101st that actively neglects to adhere with the above will be summoned for a hearing under the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board (see Article 6, Section 6-5) with a chance of punishment ranging from a fine, to rank demotion to termination from the fleet and return to the Federation Reserve Fleet for further revaluation, depending on the number of times said member has undergone a transgression (see Article 7).

4-3. Fleet Long Range Frequency
As Fleet Long Range Frequency, is defined the channel 101st Fleet LRF (/101st Fleet LRF). All officers and members of the 101st Fleet are advised to join upon invitation. This channel is a non-operations frequency that is to be used by the Fleet for recreation and the like.

  1. Fleet Captains are assigned to moderate this frequency; they are obligated to invite any active fleet member in the frequency at first chance.
  2. Fleet Chief Administrator is assigned to moderate this frequency in the absence of active Fleet Captains on-duty.
  3. Members are advised to join the channel upon invitation; it is in the spirit of good communication that the fleet will succeed in all its active projects and missions.

4-4. Fleet Officer Channel Frequency
As Fleet Officer Channel Frequency, is defined the channel Fleet Officer (/o). All Captains and Senior Officers of the Fleet are to join automatically upon promotion to it, monitor, and participate in the channel at all times.

  1. Fleet Vice Admirals are assigned to moderate this frequency.
  2. Fleet Chief Administrator is assigned to moderate this frequency in the absence of active Fleet Vice Admirals on-duty.
  3. Senior Officers and Captains are obligated to join the channel upon invitation; it is in the spirit of good communication that the fleet will succeed in all its active projects and missions.
  4. Any active member of the 101st that actively neglects to adhere with the above will be summoned for a hearing under the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board (see Article 6, Section 6-5) with a chance of punishment ranging from a fine, to rank demotion to termination from the fleet and return to the Federation Reserve Fleet for further revaluation, depending on the number of times said member has undergone a transgression (see Article 7).

4-5. Fleet Senior Officer Channel Frequency
As Fleet Senior Officer Channel Frequency, is defined the channel 101st Fleet Senior Officer Lounge (/101stSen.Off.Lounge). All Senior Administrative Officers (Admirals and Vice Admirals) of the Fleet are obligated to join upon invitation. This channel is a high priority, eyes only frequency that is to be used by the Fleet for administration purposes.

  1. Fleet Admirals are assigned to moderate this frequency.
  2. Fleet Chief Administrator is assigned to moderate this frequency in the absence of active Fleet Admirals on-duty.
  3. Senior Officers and Captains are obligated to join the channel upon invitation; it is in the spirit of good communication that the fleet will succeed in all its active projects and missions.
  4. Any active member of the 101st that actively neglects to adhere with the above will be summoned for a hearing under the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board (see Article 6, Section 6-5) with a chance of punishment ranging from a fine, to rank demotion to termination from the fleet and return to the Federation Reserve Fleet for further revaluation, depending on the number of times said member has undergone a transgression (see Article 7).

4-6. Fleet Holonet Frequency
As Fleet Holonet Frequency, is defined the channel 101st Official Fleet Site (101st-Fleet.com). All officers and members of the 101st Fleet are obligated upon joining the fleet to register, participate and monitor the channel at all times.

  1. Fleet Chief Administrator is assigned to moderate this frequency.
  2. Fleet Captains and Senior Officers will be assigned to moderate the various subsections of the Fleet Holonet Frequency; positions will be mentioned in the Fleet Organization Chart.
  3. Any active member of the 101st that actively neglects to adhere with the above will be summoned for a hearing under the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board (see Article 6, Section 6-5) with a chance of termination from the fleet and return to the Federation Reserve Fleet for further revaluation, as defined on Article 7, Section 7-5, Paragraph B of the current.
  4. Any Fleet Ensign that actively neglects to adhere with the above and passes the trial period of 30 days will be summoned for a hearing under Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board (see Article 5, Section 5-5) with a chance of termination (as per Article 2, Section 2-4, Paragraph A, Subsection V) from the fleet and return to the Federation Reserve Fleet for further revaluation, as defined on Article 7, Section 7-5, Paragraph B of the current.

4-7. Fleet Operations Channel
As Fleet Operations Channel, is defined the channel under protocol “Raidcall” and with frequency 6173619. Joining is optional for all fleet members as many ships of the Federation lack the proper equipment for undertaking the procedures the protocol demands.

4-8. Fleet Operations Channel 2
As Fleet Operations Channel 2, is defined the channel under protocol “Ventrilo” and with frequency channel 101st, Mark address vent29.lightspeed.com,Port 14587 and entry password 101st. Joining is optional for all fleet members as many ships of the Federation lack the proper equipment for undertaking the procedures the protocol demands.

4-9. Allied Frequencies
The Fleet has the right to form alliances with other Fleets and Organizations as defined in Article 6, Section 6-11 of the current. For an optimal communication between the allied parties usually channel frequencies dedicated to such purpose exist. Fleet members and officers are obligated to join these channels and maintain a good nature and behavior on all of these channels.

  1. The Fleet has is a member of the Equitorial Treaty (see Addendum 1) and as such it is within the treaty’s articles that all members are obligated to join and monitor the Equator Channel Frequency. Members of the Fleet are expected to show good manners and cooperation with the allies of the Fleet at all times, as defined on Article 6, Section 6-11 of the current (see also Article 7).
    1. Any fleet member that misbehaves, fails to comply with the terms of use of the channel (as stated in the aforementioned treaty) and/or acts in any way unacceptable for an officer of the 101st fleet, will be summoned for a hearing under the Fleet Disciplinary Tribunal Board (see Article 6, Section 6-5) with a chance of termination from the fleet and return to the Federation Reserve Fleet for further revaluation, as defined on Article 7, Section 7-4, Paragraph C of the current.
    2. Moderators of the Equator Channel, as they are officers of the allied fleets have absolute authority regarding the behavior of all allied members within the said channel and can apprehend or even punish misbehaving members as an officer of the Fleet would. Moderators of the Equator channel provide the Administrative Officers of the Fleet a full report on such matters.

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