You have to be a certain rank to be on departmental duties.
THE MAIN GIST OF A WCC CAREER IS AS FOLLOWS:
1. You apply, you get your application thru email, send it back. (THIS TAKES TIME!)
2. Once you've been accepted, you will take another test. THis is RECRUIT TRAINING.
3. Once you've past out of recruit training, you will be placed in a unit of your choice (Army, Navy, Airforce, Coastguard or Marines.)
4. Now that you've been placed in the unit of your choice, you are an ORDINARY CADET or equivilant. Once you're at this stage, you can take TRADE AND QUAL TESTS. These are tests that you can take on different subjects for trade and qualification levels.
5. Take a look at the promotion requirements. Once you've been a certain rank long enough, you can take the rank test for your next rank.
5. **** of the Walk (COTW) is a contest between flights/platoons/divisions to decide who is the best in a unit. Points are given for every trade test, promotion, medal recieved etc by a cadet.
6. When you're a Leading Cadet/Trooper/Leading Seaman/Private 1st Class, you have the option of applying for NCO COLLEGE (NCOC) YOu Need NCOC to become an NCO and move to at least a JCpl or equivilant.
Once you've reached an NCO, if you play your cards right, you can get a departmental dutie (i.e. public relations, admin, justic, NCOC instructor etc)
Your RTDI will contact you soon, and give you the recruit training test. Once you pass, you are give the option to join 1 of six sections (Navy, Army, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and Space. Once you've done that, you can take trade and qual tests and do all the other stuff that comes along with it.