| Colonel (Col)
Leader of the Regiment, only 1 appointed per regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel (LtCol)
Leader of a battalion, 2nd in command of the regiment, 1 is appointed per battalion.
Staff rank, looks after all company leadership and makes sure all the needs of every company, and the battalion are met. If needed, will assume control of the regiment in the absence of both the Colonel and Lieutenant Colonel.
Company commander. Should the regiment have multiple companies, the highest rank within each company will be Captain. All problems within the company are reported to the Captain, and the Captain brings them up at the meetings between the Colonel and other staff.
First Lieutenant (1stLt)
Executive Officer of the company, assists the Captain with the duties of operating a company.
Second Lieutenant (2ndLt)
Platoon leaders. Looks after 10-20 guys, and brings their needs up to their Company CO, or XO.
| Sergeant Major (SgtMaj)
The commander of all NCO's in the entire regiment. Will hold NCO meetings once a week to determine how to make the regiments core stronger. The Sergeant Major's priority is increasing the skill of the regiment, and keeping the regiment on a good page with the community. The Sergeant Major is normally one of the first people the Colonel will call upon for support, and is the Colonel's right hand man.
Battalion Quartermaster Sergeant (QMS)
The Battalion Quartermaster will be responsible for keeping track of the companies movements, and the company level Quartermaster Sergeants will report all of their logistical reports to the battalion Quartermaster Sergeant.
First Sergeant (1stSgt)
One of the best and most experienced in the company at that specific job- i.e Artillery, Skirms, Guards, Cav. Will serve as the right hand man to the Captain, and will help them train up the company and make sure all of the paperwork is done properly by the Quartermaster Sergeant before it is reported to Battalion.
A NCO responsible for the upkeep of the core of the regiment. A junior NCO who will oversee the trainings and development of our rankers. Is entrusted with the leadership of a section within a platoon.
Most senior enlisted soldier. Entrusted with assisting the Sergeant with running a section.
| Lance Corporal (LCpl)
Senior enlisted soldiers who're in training to becoming Corporals.
Senior enlisted who has shown promise and is raised above the normal ranker. Expected to have skill and discipline.
Veteran Private (VetPvt)
An enlisted member who has shown skill and improvement within the regiment, above the skill that of a regular Private.
Basic rank within the 20th Maine. Appointed after 2 weeks within the regiment.
New members to the regiment who have completed their Basic Combat Training.
New members to the regiment.