HIERARCHY

National —Regional —–State ——-Zone —–

National leadership – Contains 6 Regions.

Regional leadership – Each Region is made up of multiples States. Regional Leaders will oversee and ensure State Leaders are abiding by and acting accordingly with the Mission Statement and Organization structure.

State – Shall be led by a State Leader, Assistant State Leader and State Secretary. Contains multiple Zones. Each State will have a map that depicts the Zones.

Zone – Shall be led by Zone leaders whom will be directed by State Leads Zones will consist of geographic areas similar in size.

TITLES AND DUTIES

Since we are not a militia we do not have titles such as Colonel, Executive Officer, Lieutenant, etc. However, as with any organization, there are leadership areas of responsibility. These are what we refer to as our Leaders and Officers.  Officers in this construct are not the same as a Military, Civil Service, or Law Enforcement type organizations. They are the people with the knowledge to guide their members in their role, but do not command them.

For conflict of interest’s reasons, leaders and representatives in our Organization are not permitted to be leaders or representatives in other, similar organizations. Members shall pledge allegiance to a singular organization of Three Percenters without exception. One cannot serve in 2 branches of the military at the same time and so we to are bound by these restraints.

Titles and Duties

Leader​ – All leaders are expressly responsible for all operations of their area.  They are directly over the Assistant Lead and are responsible for those underneath them. They are to aid and assist any leaders they are over. National Leaders oversee the national Facebook page, organization’s website, forum, other social media outlets, and the organizational structure and inner workings.

Regional Leaders oversee the operation of each state they are over and are to help place State Leaders in event of an absence. State Leaders are directly responsible for their state’s chapter, group page on Facebook as well as their state room on the forums or any other form of media regarding their state. Assistant State Leader​ Aids and assists the tier leader in all their responsibilities.

Communications Officer​ – HAM radio and/or dependable forms of alternate communication that is responsible for all communications on their tier. They are responsible for creating, teaching and maintaining a communications plan. They are to assist any comms officers underneath them. State Comms Officer is responsible for developing a Comms SOP for the state and should be either have General or Extra Amateur License. Officers should communicate within National Levels to develop, share, and improve communication SOPs.

Training Officer​ (State & Zone only) – Helps the tier leader develop a training plan (materials can be found on our forums) for their tier and tiers below. Focus should be preparing in all definitions of the word, with focus on communications. Must have a military/law enforcement background.

 

Vetting Officer​ – Works with the State Leader to help vet members. Sends questionnaire and vets all potential members on the forum when they have asked to join their State Room.

Secretary​ (National, State) – Prepares all documents and write ups if needed for the tier, and must have excellent writing skills. The secretary records the minutes of meetings. The State Secretary shall be an ambassador of good will and will represent the State Leader and Assistant State Leader in their absence.

Public Relations Officer​ (National, State) – Point of contact for media outlets and material represented in social media outlets. Must be willing to do interviews. Must be confident, a good speaker and have exceptional writing skills. Aids the leader when organizing public events by contacting the media. Community outreach is also an important part of this role. Outreach programs such as disaster relief cleanup, and supporting local authorities should be channeled through the Public Relations Officer.

Member​ – A law-abiding citizen who is dedicated to meeting with fellow members of the Three Percent Republic in their County, District, and Zone. They must first be prepared to support and defend their family in their homes. Second, support and defend their neighborhood, city and county. Third, to support and defend their state and lastly to support and defend their Country. Time should be given to family, God, and Country in that order, however participation is a must.

Interim titles and duties can be made and assigned by the State Leader as needed, but such titles will not be recognized on the National level, unless put to a vote as the need arises.

National the offices are as follows:

National Leader

National Assistant Leader

National Secretary

National Vetting Officer

National Communications Officer

National Training Officer

National Public Relations Officer

National Patriot Liaison Officer

The Regional Leader only has one title: Region # Leader (with # being replaced with the Region number they are over). States will directly report to Regional Leaders whereas Regional Leads will directly report to:

National Leader

National Assistant Leader

National Secretary

National Vetting Officer

National Patriot Liaison Officer

PERMANENT COMMITTEE OF ADVISORS

Like the Judicial Branch of the United States, a Permanent Committee of Advisors (PCA) exists to advise the National Leadership and Assist as a “Checks and Balances for State Leadership and Members at large.

To ensure a method of redress and provide a checks and balance, the formation of a Committee of Advisors to the Leadership will be implemented. 

Construct:

  • 5 permanent members of committee (may grow based on amendments proposed by states)
  • Chairperson
  • Vice chair
  • Three additional members.

Purpose:

  • Provide advice and counsel to National Leadership.
  • Make recommendations to national leadership in all matters of the group, states or the individual.
  • Provide a mechanism for adjudication and resolution of grievances against National leadership (i.e. State leaders no longer have confidence in the national leader or any other national leadership position).

Scope and authority:

The Permanent Committee of Advisors will serve until either individual resignation or a unanimous vote of expulsion by the members of the Committee.  The positions of the PCA are permanent as indicated to provide continuity of organization.

Permanent Committee of Advisors may appoint interim leadership positions as required to fill vacancies until elections may be held.

PCA will be an adjunct or distinctively different than national leadership chain of command.

The day to day affairs of National leadership will be the responsibility of the National leadership.  The PCA will monitor and advise.

The national leadership can ask, at its convenience for the assistance of the PCA to mediate or adjudicate in any dispute in the national group at any level whether national, state or individual zone or county.

The membership of the PCA will be made public to all members. Any member may correspond directly with any member of the Permanent Committee of Advisors or any national leadership position.

In the event of a dispute between the National leadership and State leadership that is unresolved or requests for adjudication is made, the PCA will deliberate and vote. The findings of the PCA will be the final decision in any matter adjudicated.

If the national leadership is found to have lost confidence with the national group, a petition may be made to the PCA for relief. The Committee may remove the National Leader or any member of national leadership by unanimous vote of the entire committee. The normal path for a question of removal will be in the form of a no confidence vote, followed by a motion and vote for removal or sanction.

National Leaders shall have the right to veto any change that is put to a vote within National Ranks, likewise State Leaders shall be able to put forth a vote on the National Level.  A State initiated vote will consist of three parts:

  1. A call or motion to vote.
  2. State Leader, State Assistant Leader, and State Secretary shall vote within the state with the prevailing result as the vote required on a National level. Example all three will cast a vote and the majority vote shall count as the official vote for that state.
  3. Vote submission and tally (will be submitted to the National Secretary for tally).

A REASONABLE period will exist for each State to discuss and vote internally and answer a national motion to vote.

STATE LEADERSHIP

The following are the leadership titles for each State in order of hierarchy:

State Leader

Assistant State Leader

State Secretary

State Vetting Officer

State Communications Officer

State Training Officer

COMMITTEES

Additional opportunities exist for the creation of committees. These committees will be formed by National Leaders and State Leaders to encourage and involve the Three Percent Republic members to engage their representatives in the legislative process. Examples are:

  • Permanent Committee of Advisors.
  • Committee of Correspondence.
  • Committee for Political Action.

The committees like a congress are advisers to the national leadership and any member may volunteer to serve on committee. Committee nominations will be approved by the State leadership and maybe monitored and supported as required by appropriate State or National leadership such as State Sec and State Pro. All Committee Chairs will be sworn members who have been vetted and will make reports to State and/or National leadership. Committees may be disbanded by State Leadership or National Leadership if found to be operating outside the scope of the philosophy of the Three Percent Republic.  Committee members shall endeavor to support the ideals and principles of the Three Percent Republic and the Constitution.  

CHECKS AND BALANCES

In order to ensure a method of redress and  provide a checks and balance, the formation of a Committee of Advisors to the Leadership will be implemented.

Construct:

  •  5 permanent members of committee
  • Chairperson
  • Vice chair
  • Three additional members.

Purpose:

  • Provide advice and counsel to National Leadership.
  • Make recommendations to national leadership in any and all matters of the group as a whole, states or individual.
  • Provide a mechanism for adjudication and resolution of grievances against  national leadership (i.e. State leaders no longer have confidence in the national leader or any other national leadership position).

Scope and authority:

The Permanent Committee of Advisors will serve until either individual resignation or a unanimous vote of expulsion by the members of the Committee.

PCA will be an adjunct or distinctively different than national leadership chain of command.

The day to day affairs of national leadership will be the responsibility of the national leadership.  The PCA will monitor and advise.

The national leadership can ask, at its convenience, for the assistance of the PCA to mediate or adjudicate in any dispute in the national group at any level, national, state or individual zone or county.

Any State may ask, at its convenience, for the assistance of the PCA to mediate in any dispute in the national group at any level, national, state or individual zone or county.

The membership of the PCA will be made public to all members.  Any member may correspond directly with any member of the Permanent Committee of Advisors or any national leadership position.

In the event of a dispute between the national leadership and state leadership that is unresolved or requests for adjudication is made: the PCA will deliberate and vote.  The findings of the PCA will be the final decision in any matter adjudicated.

If the national leadership is found to have lost confidence with the national group, a petition may be made to the PCA for relief.  The Committee may remove the National Leader or any member of national leadership by unanimous vote of the entire committee.

Committee decisions may be overruled or vacated by a vote of all States with a state  leader and with a 2/3 majority vote.

 ORGANIZATIONAL FOCUS AREAS

Education, Preparation, Community Outreach, Political Involvement, Training

Members of the Three Percent Republic should seek to acquire the following basic skills, with the expectation of advancing and fine tuning your skills.  ● Basic fundamentals of firearm safety (mandatory completion for new members) ● Marksmanship training (both pistol and rifle)  ● Advanced tactics/shooting (upon completion of Basic Fundamentals of Firearm Safety and Marksmanship training) ● Entry level/advanced knowledge of Radio operations and Comms (recommend HAM licensing) ● Develop a physical fitness/physical preparedness plan (maintain awareness of personal limitations and personal improvement)  ● Basic First Aid/Advanced First Aid (develop advanced medical personnel/field medics). ● Develop basic understanding of land navigation/GPS/Topographical maps and ability to use a compass ● Food preservation and water filtration● Branches of government and their duties.

In addition to these skills, all Three Percenters should know and understand the Constitution in its entirety, especially your rights and limitations. For legality sake, all members should be familiar with Federal, State, and Local laws for where they work, live, and interact. It is expected that you defend ALL rights of ‘We the People’, regardless of Race/Religion/Creed. The hardest part about protecting freedom, is protecting the freedoms of those we do not agree with.