4th Infantry Division bylaws

It is the goal of the 4th Infantry Division to portray the lives and experiences of the common soldier on the Western Front during the Second World War.

Unit Dues

There are no unit dues as of yet. However, the TSG does require $20 yearly

Equal opportunity Statement

The 4th Infantry Division is an equal opportunity organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex, or religious preference.

Age Restrictions

No one under the age of 13 may carry a weapon. No one under the age of 16 is allowed to carry a weapon without parental consent and supervision.

New Members

New members will be put on a years probation. Within this time, it is expected that they obtain most of their uniform and equipent.

Alcohol and Drug usage

Alcohol consumption is permitted by members of age at events which allow it. Howeaver, members are encouraged to exercise proper restraint when drinking to ensure that drunkedness does not occur. Illegal drug usage is expressly prohibited. Members of the 4thID who are found to be using drugs will be permanently expelled form the organization and if necessary, proper authorities will be contacted.

Safety and Weapons Inspection

Safety is the #1 concern of the 4th ID. All members who wish to carry a weapon must pass an inspection be instructed on safe weapons handling.


Rank in the 4th ID will be appropriate to the number of members and will be appointed upon merit and experience.

Authenticity Committee

The Authenticity Committee will be headed by the unit commander. Membership in the committee is open to all members. The Authenticity Committee will determine the uniform requirements for the unit, as well as be the authoritative voice on authenticity matters among unit members.

Specialty Impressions

Being that the 4th ID is a basic infantry unit, specialist impressions such as engineers, etc. are generally not approved of. Howeaver, if someone wishes to portray a specialty impression, it must be approved by the Authenticity Committee.


These bylaws may be amended at any given time. If any member wishes to amend the bylaws, a unit meeting will be called and a vote will be taken. In order for an amendment to be ratified , it must have a positive vote from 2/3 of unit membership.