Unit and Rank Structure

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To you, The Confederate Legion, we commit the vindication of our history, heritage, culture and nationhood of the Confederate States of America. To your dedication and devotion we commission the charge to become political lobbyists and activists. Thereby causing our people to regain the strength necessary with which to terminate the political and cultural genocide being waged against all things Confederate and Southern.
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 Proclamation of Independence
The Prophetic Countdown, The Gideon Battalion

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To you, we charge the restoration of the Southern Culture to dominance in a modern context, and the Confederate States of America to the status of an independent nation according to the Confederate States Constitution. 
Not in the slothfulness of indifference, Nor in order to walk in the halls of power, But for future generations yet unborn.
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The Protocol of Flags 

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There are those among our Confederate numbers, as well as in the general population, who are not acquainted with the organizational and rank structure of the military.  Therefore a chart has been provided and may be logged onto, by clicking the below two titles!  Often in the case of militias it is not uncommon to assign officers to commands, which hold rank far above those normally billeted for such a command.
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An example is where a Company of men, normally 175, has a Colonel in Command.  A Colonel should properly be billeted for a Regiment, which consists of approximately 1500 men, whereas a Captain should command a Company.  Additionally, far to often officers are commissioned that are not qualified to be an officer, let alone command a military command.
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At a minimum Officers should be required to study the necessary material and demonstrate, they have the knowledge as well as the leadership to command.  The same principle applies to Enlisted Men, who should be billeted based upon their grade, knowledge and ability, according to military protocol.
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However it should be noted that without military discipline and an adherence to orders, a true military does not exist, but rather a social gathering.  While an organization such as the Confederate Legion cannot enforce an Oath of Allegiance under law, adherence must be derived through a sense of honor, duty and faith in the Almighty God, in Christ Jesus, the Holy Scripture and Prayer.
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We feel that our cause is just and holy; we protest solemnly in the face of mankind that we desire peace at any sacrifice save that of honor and independence; we ask no conquest, no aggrandizement, no concession of any kind from the States with which we were lately confederated; all we ask is to be let alone; that those who never held power over us shall not now attempt our subjugation by arms." --- President Jefferson Davis - 29 April 1861
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