1st Platoon Infantry


Riflemen are the backbone of the army, responsible for even the most basic but crucial tasks such as providing cover, carrying ammo and securing the position.


The Assaultman is one of the Marine Corps' five core infantry positions. They are tasked with breaching, demolition, and clearing fortified positions. Assaultman have M203/M320 UGLs, to fire 40mm HE, Smoke and Flare rounds.


Machinegunners are responsible for providing cover and suppressing fire as well as fire superiority. They use M27 IAR/M249 SAW or in some cases even the M240.

Anti-Tank Rifleman

Anti-Tank Riflemen are responsible for eliminating armored targets with their MK153 Mod 0 SMAW or FGM-148 Javelin.


Hospital Corpsmen are the Medics of the Marines, they heal wounded in combat situations, without them many wouldn’t return home to their families.


The Joint Terminal Attack Controller or "JTAC" for short are responsible for coordinating the airspace, MEDEVACs and Close Air Support (CAS). They are here to prevent any injuries to friendlies, non-combat-personnel or civilians during CAS strikes.

Squad 2IC

The 2IC or Second in Command is responsible for helping their Squad leader make decisions, coordinate the squad and make sure orders are executed correctly. The 2IC also takes over command if the squad leader is unavailable.

Squad Leader

The Infantry Squad Leader plans for assigned missions and carries out the orders issued by the Platoon Commander. He is also responsible for the discipline, training, control, conduct, and welfare of his squad at all times, as well as the condition, care, and economical and effective use of its weapons and equipment.


Sergeant is a senior role of responsibility. Sergeants typically are second in command of a troop or platoon of up to 40 soldiers, with the important responsibility for advising and assisting junior officers.

Platoon Sergeant

The platoon sergeant is responsible for preparing the men for parades and ceremonies. In exercises and operations, he is in charge of logistics, medical aid, and ensuring that the formation of the platoon is maintained during movement to a mission objective.


The Section Commanders are expected to deliver high-quality training and achieve high standards at all times; They also have to Command the Platoon in Missions, Combat situations, and relay their platoons status to HQ.