Geographic Area Structure of A.P.S.L
The Australian Preppers Survival League (A.P.S.L) geographic areas of operations, tie in with current Australian Government States, Territories, Municipalities and Wards geographic areas as defined by their respective governments. This is an explanation of the leagues area structure:
Family Unit or Individuals
(Led by Corporals/Leaders)
This is a starting point for new leadership in the league. A new leading member can either be an individual or part of a family unit. Individuals are able to join in with family units or with other individuals. The family unit is led by leader(s). The leader is appointed within the family unit by voting or agreement. Family units can have multiple leaders, and individuals can be promoted to leader if they are senior to other individuals in their neighbourhood area and appointed by voting/agreement. Corporals can be appointed by Sergeants in their neighbourhood and are able to lead extended family units or a small group of individuals in the neighbourhood.
(Led by a Sergeant)
A neighbourhood is generally as small as a street, court or road area etc. and consists of multiple family units or groups of individuals, led by Sergeants.
(Led by a Warrant Officer)
A community is made up of multiple neighbourhoods and is led by warrant officers.
(Commanded by a Lieutenant)
A district is an area more commonly known as a ward, in local government areas. It covers the geographic area as mapped by the local municipality, local government area. We refer to these wards as districts. The district's operations are executive run by Officers and commanded by a Lieutenant.
(Commanded by a Major)
A municipality is the geographic area as defined by state governments in allocating local government areas, also known as L.G.A. . Municipality operations are executive run by Captains and commanded by a Major.
State / Territory
(Commanded by a Colonel)
A state is an area defined by the Government as a State or Territory area. State operations are executive run by Lieutenant Colonel's and commanded by a Colonel.
(Commanded by the Secretary General)
The national H.Q, is the overarching leadership throughout Australia. It's operations are executive run by Lieutenant Generals and commanded by the Secretary General.