Hi Philipp. I want to personally welcome you to Indiana's PFA. Patricia Williams State XO, notified me of your message to her, she has previous appointments for this evening, and could not respond quickly. We are so glad, and appreciative of your stepping up to the plate wanting to help. It means alot, since we have a short time to get a lot done. Also, we appreciate your planning on a trip to DC!
You are in Hartford City, isnt that in Northern Region? We sure could use a leader in Region 1. Here is a link to logistcs, position description is as follows:
a Regional CO for all general purposes has all the same duties as listed below for State CO....with all the different Section Chiefs~Supply, Comms, Trans etc....that need to be set up in each Region and under the control of Region CO leadership.
Now, how to do it.
1.) Split into 2 groups. The Phase 1 people and Phase 2 people. The reason for the distinction is the logistics of each group is different and the tactics will vary as well.
2.) Once we are into that group, we break into teams of 50. Each group is a standalone unit, responsible for its self. Each unit will need leader/leaders that communicate with the state leadership to unity and a basic uniformity. For Future and conformity, we will call each of these teams “Companies”. Each Company will have a Commander (CO) and at least one Assistant. (More assistance the better)
3.) State leadership will design a basic standard for each of the Companies, based on if they are a phase 1 or 2 group. That standard will include a basic list of the supplies, tools and resources that will be needed for the group based on their mission. This will include food, shelter, water, sanitation, ect. Once the standard is developed, we will provide ideas on how to procure the needed materials and supplies from your local community via donations and low cost solutions to divide the cost across the unit’s members.
4.) State leaders will focus on helping the individual regions deliver the tools to unit leadership to be able to build and field their prospective units. State leaders will pass out info to regional leadership, who will in turn, pass it down to Company Level via Company Commanders
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How to post "live" URL in posts at PFA............. Adding URLs in blog posts that are not "live" is a waste of everyone's time.....
Here's how....if anyone has better guidance send to me.....
First........type your text entry into the post block to include typing or paste the URL you want us to view........when finished with the text, highlight and copy the URL in the text.......then click the "add hyperlink" tool in the B, I, U box just above the text entry, after clicking, a window will open asking for the URL...paste the URL in the box and click "OK". You have now made the URL "live"...........it shows some code before the post is published, it goes away when you "publish post".......