Duties of the Departments
The Office of Justice & Law
The employees of the Justicarium or also called "Justicars" are, in principle, guards of the law.
Their job is to uphold the rules and laws of the Millennium Corporation, but if an individual does not comply, they will be removed by the Justicars and shown to the judge where to wait for his sentence.
The Justicars are independent and are only true to the law.
If an Justicar falsely accuses someone of breaking a rule, he or she will be immediately removed from the Justice and Legal Department and will have no chance of ever being reinstated there.
Department: Law & Order
In this section, the tasks are shared between judges and lawyers.
In order to become a lawyer, you have to fulfill the requirement beforehand, since one can not simply decide the fate of another just because one "feels like it".
The requirement is that you already have a name in the MCO. Of course, it is also faster if you were already present in the diplomacy office.
To become a judge there is also a requirement: the candidate must be elected in the weekly meeting of the MCO.
The lawyer defends the people accused by the Justicars of being innocent or guilty.
The judge is the last word in the court hearings. He decides on the basis of the evidence whether an accused person is guilty or innocent.
The Office of Architecture
Department: Systems Engineering
Everyone knows a bit about technology, but only the most reliable and experienced of all MCO technicians and electronics engineers are allowed to work in this Office.
The maintenance of the mechanical equipment and cabling of the projects is a great and difficult task that is left to the best of the best.
Department: Planning & Design
This department is for the architects of the MCO, the tasks of each person varies per conception and planning between CEO and the architect.
On the one hand, not only the construction of buildings, but also terraforming is on the agenda. Unfortunately, this time-consuming task can only be performed by the authorized persons because the planning alone is delivered to the respective site manager.
The architect must also clarify the material procurement himself with the Trade Office and the Office of Logistics.
The Office of Security
Department: Tactics & Control
After transforming the spy division into these, some changes have come about. The former agents have now been trained to operators.
The operators are now responsible for the supply of the units, for example, supply of associations and their classification, keeping the equipment intact and the procurement of the armament.
The control of the recruits is also on their agenda. Whether they are actively pursuing their ministry or abiding by the rules of the Defense Order.
The area of tactics is for emergency planning if it should happen that the MCO is threatened or a conflict is pending.
The division of the soldiers into the troops created for them or the planning of the troop movements are the task of the operator.
In principle, 70% of the success of an assignment depends on the respective assigned operator.
Department: Military & Protection
An operator is important, if not crucial, for an operation. However, an operator does not bring anything if he has no suitable soldiers.
In this section, the backbone of the MCO, called the unit of protection or SEH unit, is not just a simple soldier, because the MCO does not value mass, but specific education of particular individuals makes the resource use of the training more meaningful and effective than when one receives regular training.
The SEH also has specific unit strands when an individual has proved and receives the necessary "OK" from an instructor, he/she can beocme Special training to join the Special Forces.
- Heavy infantry: Has permission to equip with heavy armament, for example, rocket launcher and grenade launcher. In addition, an armored armor is provided to the infantrymen.
- Light Infantry: Has permission to use shotguns and SMG. The light infantry is required to act as an Scout.
- Sniper: Has permission to use sniper rifles. This path comes with a special education from the CEO himself.
- Paramedic: Has permission to use pistols and SMGs. In addition, he receives an energy-rich uniform. Gets his medical devices by the operator.
- Radio: Has permission to use assault rifles. His task is to pass on the information about important points in the fray to the respective sergeants.
- Sergeant: The leader of a troop. This receives the commands of the operator and forwards them to the troop. The sergeant must have experience in all special education.
Department Recruitment & Training
The Department of Instructors. The instructor is there to recruit and train recruits in the security office. For example, the instructor must do weekly exercises with the recruits to individually assess their strengths and weaknesses. If the instructor thinks the recruit is ready for a special education then he has to address this during the weekly meeting or, in a special case, forward it in detail with a letter to the CEO.
In case of conflict, the instructor is automatically in the rank of sergeant and commands all troops in case of emergency.