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Purpose

REGION ONE RDC PROGRAM

The purpose of the R/1 RDC Program is to open communication between ships in the region. The RDC program hopes to have some sort of correspondence with the Department Chiefs (or designated contact people) on the various ships within the region. Their scope is somewhat limited because they are communicating about various departmental activities and issues that affect only those departments, but has proven in many ways to make a difference either with the department or the person involved. The RDC Program never attempts to restrict the activities of any individual or chapter. Nor does it attempt to “rubber stamp” the departments because each chapter operates differently. Region One is made up of a large number of ships which are each unique in their focus and structure, and the RDC program wants to help these ships’ Department Chiefs (DCs) share their uniqueness with the other DCs in the region. This helps them have more ideas for activities, etc.; but in no way implies that any ship or department should or shouldn’t do something. You could sum up the RDC program as being designed to help DCs share and gather information or ideas that can help them do their job better and therefore make the STARFLEET experience meaningful and worthwhile, while providing some value or service to the region.

Like most other programs in Starfleet this program is entirely voluntary. We won’t pay anyone, we won’t bribe them with gifts, and we won’t threaten them with anything. However, there are awards, recommendations for promotions (we don’t promote people ‐ only recommend it to COs), certificates for outstanding performance, and get‐togethers (parties/meetings) at conventions, summits, etc.

Our main selling points are information and communication. The free‐flowing exchange of ideas and information allows us to broaden the horizons of the individual members and enhance their enjoyment of the STARFLEET experience. By creating an interactive human network of like‐minded individuals, we promote the Fleet ideals of friendship, fun, and STAR TREK fandom.

Regional Deparments

 

Alien Ambassador Corps

Communications

Computer Operations

Counselor‘s Corps

Diplomatic Corps (accepting applications)

Engineering

Health Sciences/Medical/Fitness

Logos and Graphics

Operations 

Paranormal Sciences

Sciences

Security (accepting applications)

Star Crafters

Tactical  (accepting applications)

Uniforms and Costuming  (accepting applications)

Director

RDC Program Director
Commodore Anthony Leopard
region1.rdcdirector@gmail.com

The RDC Program Director is responsible for the overall operation of the RDC Program. They handle the announcements of positions open, selecting new RDCs from those who apply, and staying in contact with the RDCs on a regular basis. They are ready to assist any RDC that is having a problem or just needs a little
encouragement.

They also handles complaints, suggestions, etc. from others in the region. It is the Program Director’s duty to see that things involving the RDC Program are running smoothly within the program, and the region. The Program Director may opt to stay in touch with the RDCs via a newsletter, e‐mail, Facebook, Discord or through several of these methods.

The Program Director will also provide regular articles about the RDC program for the Region One newsletter “Hailing Frequencies Open”, and occasionally for the Starfleet Communiqué. In addition, the director is responsible for collecting reports/articles from each RDC and publishing a quarterly newsletter to the region that deals with the program and the happenings in it.

The RDC Program Director serves the region and reports directly to the Vice Regional Coordinator (VRC).

For any additions, updates or corrections, please submit request via form at
https://r1.sfi.org/additions-update-correction-form/