The entirety of LSG is referred to as a division. The division is made up of one or more companies, and is run by the members of Division Command.
Division Command is made up of a few members who are responsible for overseeing the other officers and maintaining the community. Responsibilities of Division Command include maintaining the forums, website, game servers, and clan finances. They also run weekly meetings with the other officers to help resolve high level problems.
Division officers are appointed by Division Command through a unanimous vote.
Company Command - Squad leaders
A company is a section of LSG dedicated to a single game. Companies consist of one or more squads each led by an officer. When you apply to join LSG, you may choose the company you wish to join. Currently, there are four companies in LSG - Battlefield 1, Overwatch, Rainbow Six: Siege and Arma 3
Company Command is made up of the various officers assigned to leading each unit in the company. They are responsible for the well-being of their individual units and the company as a whole. Company officers also attend weekly meetings to discuss the operation of the clan, and aid the members when necessary.
Company officers are appointed by Division Command when needed. All squad leaders and certain task force leaders become company level officers. Members may enroll in the Officer School to help prepare them for officership on a company level.
Squads are made up of several members, a warrant officer, and an officer. Squads play together regularly, work on strategies for inter-clan matches, and have access to their own private forums. Each squad has its own practice times and activity expectations. Talk to your squad leader for details.
When you join a company which has multiple squads, you will be placed in the squad with the lowest member count automatically. If you have a RL friend in the clan, you may request to get placed with him instead. It is possible to transfer to a new squad, provided you get approval from both squad leaders prior to making the switch. Transfers are only authorized for good reason.
Warrant Officers are like the middle management of LSG. Warrant officers are usually the 2nd in Command of their squads or task forces, and have authority only over those members who serve in their units. Warrant Officers are responsibile for helping their commanding officers whenever possible. Their duties will vary depending on who their leader is, but may include such things as tracking member activity, running practices, enforcing the rules, or leading the squad in the officer's absence,
Warrant Officers are appointed by unit leaders when needed. Members may enroll in the Officer School to help prepare them for leadership on a squad level.
Task Forces & Task Force Leaders
Task Forces are special units within each company that serve certain purposes within the clan. These include recruiters, competition teams, event organizers, and more. Involvement in Task Forces is totally optional, and members will be expected to continue to fulfill their squad responsibilities on top of the extra work they take on.
Task Force Leaders run the task forces. They are responsible for ensuring the activity of the members of their unit, writing SOP's, and keeping their task forces staffed. Certain Task Force Leaders also receive officership commissions and become members of Company Command. This is largely dependent on how much administrative work is required to run the task force effectively.
To join a Task Force, post an application in the appropriate forums. Task Force Leaders are appointed by Division or Company Command, and chosen from a pool of volunteer members.