Central Command as the name implies is the central authority of the organization.  They handle core logistics, administration, as well as policy development and support for day to day operations of the Central Aid Agency.

Either through Central Command directly or its Branches and Programs, the scope of responsibility is fairly broad and covers many essential aspects of our operations.  These include:


-Financial management


-Legal services


-Policy development and implementation


-Personnel services and administration


-Medical operations


-Humanitarian services


-Chaplain and Missionary services


-Emergency response


-Search and Rescue


And much more...


Additionally, Central Command is the primary deployment authority for C.A.A. personnel, and units.  Any time C.A.A. personnel or units are deployed outside the organization itself, whether for large scale operations or small; and including all general orders, falls under the responsibility of Central Command

The Board of Directors is the central governing body of the Central Aid Agency.  It's mission is to be the top command authority for the Central Aid Agency keeping Christ as the focus and center of all operations; as well as to create governing policies, rules and regulations, and guide the organization as a whole. 

The Board is comprised of seven Directors who each lead the primary seven Commands Commands.  These Directors are each assisted by a Deputy Director which they appoint from the next highest ranking officers in their respective Commands or Branches.  The Board is led by the Executive Director, who serves as the president of the organization as well as the Director of Central Command.  The Executive Director is assisted in their duties by two Joint Chiefs of Staff who are elected each year from the standing Directors.  Additionally, five seats exist that can be appointed for commissioned officers that the Board deems a valuable addition to the decision making process.

The Board decides all issues through voting, with a simple majority being the basis for most decision making.  Directors each hold two votes on the Board, with Deputy Directors and the appointed seats each holding one.  The Executive Director does not hold a conventional vote, and only votes to break ties or on special issues.  Their vote does count for purposes of a quorum however.

Current Units of Central Command

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