Responsibilities of the siege weapons marshallate
A. No siege weapon activity shall take place at an event without a warranted siege marshal present, hereafter referred to as the marshal-in-charge.
- In the event of any disagreement, the marshal-in-charge shall resolve the dispute.
- The marshal's commands are to be followed explicitly by all the siege weapon operators while on the siege field.
- Failure to follow direction will result in the siege weapon being removed from the field for the day.
B. The marshal-in-charge may request the assistance of other marshals in observing siege activities and inspecting equipment, but the responsibility for safety remains with the marshal-in-charge.
C. The marshal-in-charge or the assisting marshals shall inspect all siege equipment and ammunition for damage and/or improper materials.
- Equipment that does not adhere to the standards set forth in Section III shall not be used in Eastern Siege Combat.
- Equipment deemed dangerous by the marshal shall not be used.
D. All marshals are responsible for the enforcement of the rules and safety standards for East Kingdom Siege Weapons.
E. The individual responsibilities of each office are outlined below.
- Engineer-General of Siege Weapons
- a) As defined by Kingdom Law.
- Principality Engineer of Siege Weapons
- a) As defined by Principality Law, and otherwise as a Regional Engineer.
- Regional Engineer of Siege Weapons.
To oversee siege within their region by:
- Receiving and monitoring the reports of captains and marshals residing
within the region.
- Training the marshals within the region and administering the warranting procedure.
- Organizing an annual regional siege weapons war practice and overseeing the
muster of siege weapons engineers in time of war.
- Reporting the status of the region's marshallate to the siege weapons Engineer-General twice annually, as defined below.
- Keeping the files of the office in good order.
- Lieutenant General of Siege Weapons
To assist the Regional Engineers with their duties by:
- Training marshals and administering the warranting procedure.
- Organizing an annual regional siege weapons war practice and overseeing the muster of siege weapons in time of war.
- Reporting their activities to the Engineer-General twice annually, as defined below.
- Keeping the Regional Engineers advised of their activities.
- Keeping the files of the office in good order.
- Company Captain of Siege Weapons
To foster the growth of siege in the local group by:
- The formation of a company of siege engineers.
- Promoting siege activities at local events.
- Arranging a practice site for the group's siege weapons and administering regular
- Representing the interests of the group's siege engineers at local meetings.
- Reporting the status of siege in the group to the Regional siege Commander twice
annually, as defined below.
- 6. Siege Weapons Marshal
To foster the growth of siege throughout the kingdom by:
- Assisting Company Captains with their duties.
- Providing for the organization and running of siege activities whenever needed.
- Reporting their activities to the their Regional siege Commander twice annually, as defined below.
- Keeping the Company Captains advised of their activities.
F. Schedule of Reporting Deadlines
- All siege marshals shall report to their Regional Engineers on, or before, April 1st and October 1st of each year.
- The report shall contain the gentile's SCAdian and mundane names, address, phone number, local group, office held and a brief letter detailing recent or upcoming activities. Proof of membership must also be included. (Valid membership card number
and current expiration date may suffice).
- Regional Engineers shall report to the Engineer-General on, or before, May 1st and November 1st of each year.
- The report shall contain a detailed listing of the marshals and captains that filed reports, and also a list of those that did not.
- Updates to the roster of marshals should also be included (i.e.; new addresses, proofs of membership, etc…).
- The report must also contain a detailed letter on the status of siege in the area. Any problem areas should also be defined.
- Lieutenant Generals shall report on the same schedule as that used by the Siege Marshallate, April 1, & October 1.
- The report shall contain a letter outlining the officer's activity during the period, and include observations on the state of siege in the kingdom.
- All marshals who fail to report will be brought to the attention of the Engineer-General.
- Those that fail to report at the end of a period shall be considered inactive, and removed from the roster.
G. Failure to fulfill the requirements and responsibilities listed above may result in removal from the roster of warranted marshals.
- Those removed from the roster shall be allowed thirty days to apply for re-warranting.
- The reason(s) for removal must be corrected before applying.
- After thirty days, applicants for re-warranting will be required to undergo the warranting procedure.
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Last updated: Tuesday, February 26, 2013