EAG COMBAT SIMULATIONS
BATTLE HONOR CORPS
The official name of this organization shall be “The Battle Honor Corps.”
The purpose of The Battle Honor Corps is to advance realistic combat simulation, promote honorable participation in realistic combat simulation, and recognize and acknowledge marked achievement within the scope of realistic combat simulation.
All persons interested in participating in realistic combat simulation with a “realism focused” mindset, promoting honorable participation by example, and both bestow and accept recognition and acknowledgment for marked achievement within the scope of realistic combat simulation shall be eligible for membership in The Battle Honor Corps.
Once the test has been passed and the fee has been collected, 10 battle honor beads will be loaned to the individual as a symbol of membership.
Battle Honor Corps members are due the following privileges:
THE BATTLE HONOR ACHIEVEMENT SYSTEM
Each “objective driven” exercise presented by EAG Combat Simulations will be an opportunity to gain, or lose, battle honors.
Successfully achieving the objective is worth 4 battle honors.
If the objective is achieved, these battle honors are awarded to all corps members on the victorious team regardless of whether the members survived the mission or not.
Surviving a mission is worth 1 battle honor.
If a corps member survives the mission, this battle honor is awarded regardless of whether the objective is achieved or not.
Dying during a mission is worth a 3 battle honors deduction.
If a corps member is killed during the mission, these battle honors are deducted regardless of whether the objective is achieved or not.
Failing to achieve the objective is worth a 4 battle honors deduction.
If the objective is not achieved, these battle honors are deducted to all corps members on the defeated team regardless of whether the members survived the mission or not.
Battle Honor Corps members will report their successes, failures, survivals and deaths at the end of each “objective driven” exercise. The appropriate amount of battle honor beads will be awarded or turned in at the end of the “objective driven exercises" phase of the day.
All accumulated battle honor beads must be brought to the field to be eligible to use the “Ultra-Realistic Health Point System” and to be eligible to gain or lose beads as a result of that day’s activities.
There are no negatives in the battle honor achievement system. If a corps member’s team repeatedly fails objectives and/or he is repeatedly killed during missions, the member should not be concerned that he will attain a negative battle honor achievement “score.” Zero is as low as the system allows for.
BATTLE HONOR BEAD KEY
White beads represent 1 battle honor.
Black beads represent 10 battle honors.
Silver beads represent 50 battle honors.
Gold beads represent 100 battle honors.
Corps members must reach 110 battle honors to obtain their first gold bead. This signifies the paying off of the “debt” of the 10 battle honors originally loaned to the member as an initial symbol of membership and renders the gold bead more commendable, as all 100 battle honors were earned and well deserved.
Corps members are encouraged to take pride in their achievements and display their battle honor beads.
MEMBERSHIP RESIGNATION AND REVOCATION
Absenteeism from a year's worth of Battle Honor Corps “objective driven” exercises presented by EAG Combat Simulations is considered a resignation of membership. Exceptions may be made by Battle Honor Corps Command on a case by case basis.
Dishonorable actions are cause for immediate and permanent revocation of membership.
Examples of dishonorable behavior including, but are not limited to:
Members dishonorable actions are cause for immediate and permanent revocation of membership.
ALWAYS REMEMBER, REALISTIC AND HONORABLE
COMBAT SIMULATION IS THE GOAL.
Realism First, Safety Always.
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