What Squad generally does combat on a front with very little exploration- there is little policy available regarding the apocalypse. Here are the basic squad rules observed during training exercises. Breaches of these rules of engagement have increasingly harsh consequences, including removal from What Squad.
Rule 1: Don't be a douchebag. Unsportsmanlike conduct, ignoring or even lying about hits, kills, and stuns, all of these are no-fly zones. Even during real deployment, members of the What Squad resistance are to show the utmost courtesy to those around them.
Rule 2: Always acknowledge your hits. When questioned, a member of What Squad shall not lie about their current state of welfare. The squad's effectiveness is built on trust, and without that trust all operations can and will fall apart. Should a hit, kill, or stun come under question, a moderator of the training exercise shall have the final ruling.
Rule 3: Never leave a man behind (but it's okay to outrun him). It's accepted within What Squad that should a situation fall apart, members may split up, bail on each other, or even appear to leave each other for dead- as long as they regroup afterwards to address the wounded and revise attack strategies.
Rule 4: Never, ever, let Jumper make the plan.
Rule 1: Don't be a douchebag. Unsportsmanlike conduct, ignoring or even lying about hits, kills, and stuns, all of these are no-fly zones. Even during real deployment, undead members of What Squad are to show the utmost courtesy to those around them.
Rule 2: Always acknowledge your stuns. A member of What Squad shall not ignore a stun, or pretend it did not happen. Should the stun come under dispute, a moderator of the training exercise shall have the final ruling on who lives and who dies.
Rule 3: Pack pursuit. If more than half of a group of zombies find themselves incapacitated by enemy fire, the group shall cease pursuit in an attempt to revive their wounded before returning to the attack.
Rule 4: Do not steal ammunition. It's never certain when a real uprising may occur, and to stay prepared, humans should be allowed to reclaim ammunition as necessary.