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Europe Europe remains central to world events being home to three major powers; France, Germany and Britain, as well as a host of lesser players. The long running peace and stability of the continent under French hegemony was shattered with the Reunification of Germany and the resulting war between France and Germany. Today an armed peace reigns in the region whilst the key European powers have been forced to defend their colonies from the alien threat of the Kafers. Catalonia French Empire German Empire Great Britain Greece Ireland Italy Netherlands Poland Portugal Russian Empire Scandinavian Union
Regiment de Cavalleria 11è Regiment de Cavalleria Divisió d’ Artilleria 2on Regiment d’ Artilleria de Camp 4rt Regiment d’ Artilleria de Coet 30è Regiment d’ Artilleria de Camp Divisió d’ Enginyeres 7è Regiment d’ Enginyeres 41è Regiment d’ Enginyeres Divisió de Logística 101è Regiment de Logística 102è Regiment de Logística 103è Regiment de Logística . Divisió d’ Infanteria 1er Regiment de Paracaigudistas 6è Regiment d’ Infanteria Lleugera 20è Regiment de Muntanyas 29vè Regiment de Forçes Especial 200è Esquadró Independent de Comandos de Marina 9è Regiment de Fuselles 14è Regiment de Fuselles 32on Regiment de Fuselles Divisió de Cavalleria 3er Regiment de Cavalleria 5uè Regiment de Cavalleria 8è. these formations serve as the headquarters for Task Forces (Destacament de Forces) organized as needed for operational or training exercises. with most active units at about 80% strength and reserves at less than 50% (though with full equipment sets). Mountain. where it will serve alongside Azanian forces performing counterinsurgency duties on Kimanjano. Destacament de Forces 6 is presently deployed in Armenia as part of the international peace enforcement effort in that nation. each responsible for certain classes of units (infantry. etc. maintaining historic designations of 1er (Nord). while Destacament de Forces 205 is training up for deployment to the French Arm. and so deploying units often are brought up to strength with a mix of reservists and members of other active units. However. Though each of these task forces is under the command of a brigadier general. Historically.). more resembling reinforced battalions. regiments belonged to operational brigade headquarters with specific geographical areas of responsibility. and Light Divisions). with the Infantry Division presently being the largest and most influential (itself formed in 2260 by the amalgamation of Infantry.Republic of Catalonia Army of Catalonia L’ Exercit de Catalunya L’ Exercit de Catalunya is administratively organized into five non-tactical divisions. L’ Exercit de Catalunya is generally deficient in non-tooth arms. Recruiting is a constant problem for the Catalan Army. Parachute. Instead. 3er (Central). cavalry. the formation of two separate reinforced battalion Task Forces has proven to be a significant strain on the army’s logistical capabilities. and 4rt (Barcelona) Esquadró de Quarter General. Currently there are two such operational formations established. As it is. standing brigades have been eliminated in favor of task organized brigade formations formed as needed for specific missions. Subordinate to these divisions are a mix of active and reserve battalion-sized regiments. but have no permanent forces assigned or actual geographic areas of responsibility. both are small formations for a true brigade. particularly Task Force 6. with the diplomatic reduction of Spain as a threat to the nation’s integrity. and fielding an actual brigade-sized force for overseas service would require extensive mobilization of reserve elements. 2on (Sud). Destacament de Forces 6 and Destacament de Forces 205 (Task Forces 6 and 205). Three active and one reserve brigade headquarters companies are organized.
Task Force 6 is built around 6è Regiment d’ Infanteria Lleugera. built around the 20th Mountain Regiment and 5th Cavalry Regiment. and a reinforced logistics regiment (officially listed as the 102nd Logistics Regiment. augmented with two platoons of AC-8 hovertanks. Task Force 205 is. this unit is actually formed by the merging of both the 102nd and 103rd Regiments).Destacament de Forces 6 The Catalan component of the peace enforcement mission in Armenia. though it is expected that this unit will be augmented with elements of the active-duty 101st Regiment when that unit and the remainder of Task Force 6 return from Armenia. 5uè Regiment de Cavalleria (VCIR) 8è Escamot. however. a battery of rocket artillery. Presently. DF 6’s order of battle is as follows: 1er (Nord) Esquadró de Quarter General 6è Regiment d’ Infanteria Lleugera 1er Esquadró (-). Order of battle for the Task Force is as follows: 3er (Central) Esquadró de Quarter General 20è Regiment de Muntanyas 4rt Esquadró de Patrulla. with the reconnaissance company from the 1st Parachute Regiment bringing the under strength 20th Regiment up to approximately full-strength) and an under strength cavalry regiment with one wheeled squadron (with VCIRs and ABR-76s) and one hover mobile squadron (AC-8 and AVCI3) plus regimental troops. Task Force 205 consists of an infantry regiment (the 20th Mountain Regiment. 4rt Regiment d’ Artilleria de Coet 1er Esquadró. Augmenting this force is a full company from the 29th Special Forces Regiment. as the name suggests. active duty combat arms units are supported by the mobilized 102nd Logistics Regiment. a mechanized infantry company. and a platoon of special forces troops. as Catalonia is said to have declined contribution of a force to the multinational Division Europa (it is also rumored. 1er Regiment de Paracaigudistas 5uè Regiment de Cavalleria (-) 2on Esquadró. Destacament de Forces 205’s deployment to assist the Azanian government is regarded by most observers as a further slight to Imperial France. 29vè Regiment de Forçes Especial 2on Bateria. 29vè Regiment de Forçes Especial 101è Regiment de Logística (-) Destacament de Forces 205 Presently training up for deployment to the French Arm to support Azanian counterinsurgency and mopping up operations on Kimajano. 7è Regiment d’ Enginyeres 102è Regiment de Logística . that Azania is underwriting most of the costs of deployment for Task Force 205). 3er Regiment de Cavalleria 1er Esquadró. 3er Regiment de Cavalleria (AC-8) 3er Esquadró.
Maritime) 3e Compagnie . Each GTS contains forces that can operate in a variety of environments and units within them are almost always cross trained. 1e Circle Groupment de Troupes Speciale de TIS I/1e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (I/1 RPIMa) 1e Compagnie . The forces assigned to the CTS are delegated in turn into four Groupements which are each designed to have a complete special forces capability and are allocated to a particular force or theatre. but a para-commando battalion will also have maritime specialists. A GTS will usually also include supporting assets such as aircraft or landers to give the trooper's integral mobility. training and equipping of all French special forces regardless of parent arm or service. The 2e Cercle are SF assigned to specific theatres of operation either on Earth. they can be called upon to provide extra firepower and manpower.(RAPAS) 4e Compagnie . The CTS is responsible for the overall administration. known as the Premiere. Of the four GTS one falls within the 1e Cercle and the others the 2e Cercle as do the independent units. Deuxième and Troisième Cercles.Space) 3e Compagnie . Tirane.(RAPAS – Maritime) 4e Compagnie . Similarly the work of the 11e CHOC assigned to DGSE is not discussed here. The 1e and 2e Cercle units all come under the control of the Commandement de Troupes Spéciales which is under the orders of a Général de Corps d' Armée or equivalent. other colony worlds or in support of the Force d'Action Rapide. The 3e Cercle includes units like the TIS infantry battalions and recce troops from FAR units. CTS is the direct equivalent to the British UKSF or American SOCCOM. The 1e Cercle are the true elite of the French forces. Consequently the CTS can be regarded as an armed service in its own right. The 3e Cercle are high standard sub-units of elite conventional units that can be called upon to aid 1e or 2e Cercle units when required. these are divisional level commands. strategic SF dedicated to operations across the French Empire and beyond. albeit one that recruits only from the other services.(RAPAS – Space) 2e Groupment Fusiliers-Marins Commandos (2 GRUFUMARCO) Commando de Montfort Commando Bielkiewicz Commando Hubert Commando Haas 7e Fusiliers-Voltigeurs-Marins Spatial (7 FUVOLMARS) 7 Platoons 2e Circle Groupement de Troupes Speciales Terrestres II/1e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (II/1 RPIMa) 1e Compagnie .French Empire Commandement de Troupes Speciales French military special forces fall into one of three categories. however despite the higher budget of the GTS TIS all of these forces are formidable and versatile formations.(RAPAS) 3e Compagnie .(RAPAS .(RAPAS) I/2e Regiment Etragner de Parachutistes (I/2 REP) 1e Compagnie .(RAPAS) 1e Regiment Para-Commando d'Afrique (1 RPCA) 1e Compagnie – (RAPAS) .(RAPAS .(RAPAS .(RAPAS) 2e Compagnie .(RAPAS) 2e Compagnie . There are also a number of independent units of battalion strength raised to operate in discrete theatres of operations. For example a naval commando battalion will specialise in maritime warfare. such as the Central Asian Republic or Aurore.Maritime) 4e Compagnie .(RAPAS) 2e Compagnie .
BCV-4 10e Regiment de Choc (10 CHOC) – deployed to Central Asian Republic 1e Compagnie .ALAT Escadre de Transport 2/81 Escadre de Hélicoptères 1/60 Independent Units Groupement de Commandos Coloniaux – Pais Francais. Tirane Groupment de Troupes Speciale de FAR III/1e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (III/1 RPIMa) 1e Compagnie .Pathfinder/CW) 3e Compagnie . Highly trained and lightly equipped.Maritime) 4e Compagnie .(RAPAS) 2e Compagnie . BCV-4 2e Brigade d'Intervention – Nouveau Provence.(CSAR) Escadre de Transport 1/81 Escadre de Hélicoptères 2/60 Groupement de Troupes Speciale de Tirane .(RAPAS . 1e Brigade d'Intervention – Pais Francais. Earth .2e Compagnie .(RAPAS) 1e Groupment Fusiliers-Marins Commandos (1 GRUFUMARCO) Commando Esterel Commando de Penfenteyo Commando Jaubert Commando Trepel 602e Regiment de Commando Parachutistes de l'Air (602 RCPA) Commando Parachutistes de l'Air 10 (CPA 10) Commando Parachutistes de l'Air 20 (CPA 20) Commando Parachutistes de l'Air (CPA 30) 2e Division d'Aviation Mixte des Operations Speciales (2 DAMOS) 3e Escadron des Opérations Spéciales Flottille 44 F .(RAPAS) 3e Compagnie . The TIS are made up of four 'Brigades d' Intervention' all manned by Foreign Legion or Marine Para battalions.(RAPAS .'Les Onze Commandos' – Nouveau Provence.(RAPAS) 3e Compagnie .(RAPAS) 11e Regiment de Choc (11 CHOC) – OPCOM to DGSE 12e Regiment de Choc (12 CHOC) – assigned to Troupes d'Armee d'Aurore Troupes d'Intervention Spatial (TIS) The Troupes d' Intervention Spatial are elite elements of the French Army attached to the MSIF and are the very cutting edge of French intervention capability. A further three special operations force battalions are also present.(RAPAS) 2e Compagnie . Earth 3e BI Compangnie de Commandment et de Soutain (3e BI CCS) II/2e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (II/2 RPIMa) – Combat Walker I/3e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (I/3 RPIMa) II/8e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (II/8 RPIMa) 3e Compangnie de Genie de Parachutistes (3 CGP) 3e Compangnie d'Artillery d'Elite de Parachutistes (3 CAEP) 4e Brigade d'Intervention – France. Tirane 3e Brigade d'Intervention – France.(RAPAS . the TIS work with the French Space Navy to prop up French foreign policy anywhere in the human sphere.(RAPAS) 4e Compagnie .Maritime) 13e Regiment de Dragons Parachutiste (13 RDP) 1e Escadron – (RAPAS) 2e Escadron – (Pathfinder CW) 3e Escadron – (RAPAS) 4e Escadron – (Air support) 4e Division d'Aviation Mixte des Operations Speciales (4 DAMOS) 1e Escadron des Opérations Spéciales .
and alongside 8e Corps (it Tiranean companion) is often the first force to provide troops for off Earth duties. 2e Corps – assigned to L'Armee de Liberation. L'Armee de Liberation 1e Division de la Marche 1e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons (1 RD) – Recce 2e Chasseurs d'Afrique (2 ChA) 12e Regiment d'Aero-Cuirassiers (12 RC) 5e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons (5 RD) I/67e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/67 RI) Regiment de Carbiniers 'Prins Boudewijn' (RCPB) 14e Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens (14 RTA) 12e Division de la Marche 4e Regiment de Hussards (4 RH) – Recce 12e Spahis Algeriens (12 SA) 1e Regiment d'Aero-Chasseurs (1 RCh) 5e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons (5 RD) I/2e Regiment de Zouaves (I/2 RZ) 24e Groupment Chasseurs (24 GC) I/81e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/81 RI) 3e Division Airmobile – deployed with 2e Corps. And more may follow should the situation deteriorate further. FAR is tasked for a whole range of duties from counter-insurgency to providing a bridgehead for follow on forces from the Armée de la Manouvre. However contingency plans are underway to shift one of the Corps along the French Arm. 1e Division Blindee – deployed with 2e Corps. Currently the Armée de la Manouvre is massed in European France and still focused on the threat from the new German Republic. L'Armee de Liberation 27e Division Alpins 4e Regiment de Chasseurs (4 RCh) – Recce I/6e Regiment de Chasseurs Alpins (I/6 RCA) I/11e Regiment de Chasseurs Alpins (I/11 RCA) I/13e Regiment de Chasseurs Alpins (I/13 RCA) I/159e Regiment d'Infanterie Alpins (I/159 RIA) I/6e Regiment de Chasseurs de Tirane (I/6 RCT) 9e Division d'Infanterie Marine – detached to 2e Corps. L'Armee de Liberation 3e Corps – France. L'Armee de Liberation. 1e Division Legere Blindee – deployed with 19e Corps. Earth .4e BI Compangnie de Commandment et de Soutain (4e BI CCS) 2/Regiment Para-Commando (2 Para-Cdo) I/6e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (I/6 RPIMa) – Combat Walker II/6e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (II/6 RPIMa) 4e Compangnie de Genie de Parachutistes (4 CGP) 4e Compangnie d'Artillery d'Elite de Parachutistes (4 CAEP) Force d'Action Rapide (FAR) The Force d' Action Rapide is France's reaction and intervention force on Earth. II/4 RCP detached to 14e Corps. L'Armee d'Aurore L'Armee de la Manouvre The Armée de la Manouvre is the main component of French power projection on and off Earth. FAR troops are all regulars and trained to a higher standard in a wider variety of skills than their Armée de la Manouvre counterparts. all-volunteer soldiers from the Metropolitan Army. L'Armee de Liberation 11e Division Parachutiste (Les Paras Bleues) – deployed with 19e Corps. Whilst the Légion Étrangère and other units of the Force d' Action Rapide gain all the glory it is the Armée de la Manouvre that has born the brunt of the fighting in the Central Asian. but lack the heavy equipment of those forces. German Reunification and Flemish Independence Wars. Additionally the Armée de la Manouvre has found large troop contributions for deployments on the Kafer Arm. It is composed entirely of regular.
It is currently providing units for off-world service as well as being ready to reinforce and other Corps.2e Division Blindee 2e Regiment de Chasseurs (2 RCh) – Recce 5e Regiment de Chasseurs Blindee (5 RCh) 505e Regiment de Chars de Combat (505 RCC) I/4e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (I/4 REI) 1e Regiment de Grenadiers (1 RGB) I/35 Regiment d'Infanterie (I/35 RI) 3e Division de la Marche 8e Spahis Algeriens (8 SA) – Recce 15e Regiment d'Aero-Chasseurs (15 RCh) 6e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons (6 RD) 10e Chasseurs d'Afrique (10 ChA) I/22e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/22 RI) 16e Groupment Chasseurs (16 GC) 3e Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens (3 RTA) 14e Division de la Marche 4e Chassuers a Cheval (4 CCB) – Recce 503e Regiment de Chars de Combat (503 RCC) 11e Regiment de Cuirassiers (11 RC) 3e Regiment d'Aero-Hussards (3 RH) I/99e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/99 RI) 2e Groupment Chasseurs (2 GC) II/9e Regiment de Zouaves (II/9 RZ) 4e Division Airmobile I/9e Regiment de Zouaves (I/9 RZ) 12e Corps – deployed Central Asian Republic 5e Division Blindee 7e Regiment de Chasseurs (7 RCh) – Recce 6e Spahis Algeriens (6 SA) 502e Regiment de Chars de Combat (502 RCC) I/46e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/46 RI) 5e Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens (5 RTA) I/92e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/92 RI) 21e Division de la Marche – detached to 9e Corps. Armee Coloniale – Beta Canum Ventacorum-4 22e Division de la Marche 3e Regiment de Chasseurs (3 RCh) – Recce 1e Chasseurs d'Afrique (1 ChA) 2e Regiment de Cuirassiers (2 RC) 9e Regiment d'Aero-Cuirassiers (9 RC) 30e Groupment Chasseurs (30 GC) II/4e Regiment d'Infanterie de Tirane (II/4 RIT) III/9e Regiment de Zouzves (III/9 RZ) 9e Division Airmobile I/9e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/9 RI) 13e Corps – Algeria. It is stationed in North Africa. 9e Division Blindee 3e Regiment de Spahis (3 RS) – Recce 504e Regiment de Chars de Combat (504 RCC) 6e Regiment d'Aero-Cuirassiers (6 RC) I/8e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/8 RI) – Combat Walker I/42e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/42 RI) II/1e Regiment d'Infanterie de Tirane (II/1 RIT) 5e Division de la Marche 2e Regiment de Hussards (2 RH) – Recce . Earth 13e Corps is currently the general reserve corps of the Manouvre Army.
However those forces covering the northern flank suffered very badly when overrun by German armoured thrust through the Ardennes that was only just stopped at the Battle of the Somme. 1e Corps 12e Division d'Infanterie 5e Régiment de Hussards (5e RH) II/81e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/81e RI) – Combat Walker I/122e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/122e RI) II/67e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/67e RI) III/67e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/67e RI) II/150e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/150e RI) III/150e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/150e RI) 21e Division d' Infanterie 6e Régiment de Chasseurs (6e RCh) IV/81e Régiment d' Infanterie (IV/81e RI) – Combat Walker I/152e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/152e RI) II/22e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/22e RI) III/22e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/22e RI) II/94e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/94e RI) III/94e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/94e RI) 22e Division d'Infanterie 1e Régiment de Guides (1e RGB) III/81e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/81e RI) – Combat Walker I/110e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/110e RI) II/35e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/35e RI) . The recent re-organisation have moved these divisions from their age old locations and to other bases. The standard vehicle is the ABR-76 in its many variants. These are manned mostly by Marine and Legion troops with some local forces. It has also brought in a regular infantry battalion (these are the 1st battalions) into each division to stiffen the forces. but replacement with BH-21's has begun in high-priority units.2e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons (2 RD) 2e Regiment Etranger de Cavalerie (2 REC) 7e Regiment d'Aero-Cuirassiers (7 RC) III/5e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (II/5 REI) 8e Groupment Chasseurs (8 GC) 15e Groupment Chasseurs (15 GC) 17e Division de la Marche 4e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons (4 RD) – Recce 11e Regiment d'Aero-Chasseurs (11 RCh) 1e Regiment de Cuirassiers (1 RC) 3e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons (3 RD) I/39e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/39 RI) 15e Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens (15 RTA) II/Regiment de Marche du Tschad (II/RMT) 10e Division Airmobile 1e Groupment Chasseurs (1 GC) L'Armee Territoriale de l'Hexegone (ATH) The L' Armée Territoriale de l' Hexegone is the back-bone of the defence of European France. The divisional combat walker battalions are still equipped with the obsolete BH-18. The ATH also includes in its jurisdiction several small garrisons around the world. However in recent years it has provided contingents of troops to the Armée de la Manouvre for service in the Central Asian Republic. which report directly back to France. It also was called out for German Reunification and Flemish Independence War. These ATH units proved capable of holding their own against German forces on the central Rhineland front where the heavy urbanisation made manoeuvre warfare difficult. However it is mostly composed of soldiers undertaking 2 years Voluntary National Service and as such it is not really combat worthy for anything other than defensive tasks. overproduction of which during the War of German Reunification and subsequent disbandment of the old style DLB has produced enough to equip most DI's.
III/35e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/35e RI) II/43e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/43e RI) III/92e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/92e RI) 31e Division d'Infanterie 15e Régiment de Cuirassiers (15e RC) IV/9e Régiment d' Infanterie (IV/9e RI) – Combat Walker I/153e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/153e RI) II/99e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/99e RI) III/99e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/99e RI) II/153e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/153e RI) III/153e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/153e RI) 33e Division d'Infanterie 7e Régiment de Dragons (7e RD) III/9e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/9e RI) – Combat Walker I/137e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/137e RI) II/110e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/110e RI) III/110e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/100e RI) II/151e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/151e RI) III/151e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/151e RI) 41e Division d'Infanterie 4e Régiment de Spahis (4e RS) V/81e Régiment d' Infanterie (V/81e RI) – Combat Walker I/159e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/159e RI) II/8e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/8e RI) III/8e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/8e RI) II/51e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/51e RI) III/51e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/51e RI) ~e Corps 42e Division d'Infanterie 9e Régiment de Chasseurs (9e RCh) III/122e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/122e RI) – Combat Walker I/150e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/150e RI) II/42e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/42e RI) III/42e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/42e RI) II/137e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/137e RI) III/137e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/137e RI) 44e Division d'Infanterie 8e Régiment de Dragons (8e RD) II/9e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/9e RI) – Combat Walker I/94e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/94e RI) II/1e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/1e RI) III/1e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/1e RI) II/39e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/39e RI) III/39e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/39e RI) 51e Division d'Infanterie 8e Régiment de Chasseurs (8e RCh) IV/122e Régiment d' Infanterie (IV/122e RI) – Combat Walker I/170e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/170e RI) III/43e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/43e RI) II/92e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/92e RI) II/159e Régiment d' Infanterie Alpins (II/159e RIA) II/170e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/170e RI) 64e Division d'Infanterie The 64e Division is notable as it is composed entirely of 'voluntary service' soldiers from Belgium serving in old Belgian Army units. 2e Chasseurs à Cheval 1e Bn. Régiment 13ème de Ligne – Combat Walker .
1e Bn. Régiment de Chasseurs Ardennais 2e Bn. The 4 e Division de . and are regarded as some of the finest French fighting troops. Régiment 12ème de Ligne 'Prince Léopold' 2e Bn Régiment 13ème de Ligne 1e Bn. where the 'Turcos' reinforced their fearsome reputation in fighting against Manchu troops and irregulars. Régiment de Chasseurs Ardennais 71e Division d'Infanterie 14e Régiment de Cuirassiers (14e RC) V/122e Régiment d' Infanterie (V/122e RI) – Combat Walker I/151e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/151e RI) II/46e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/46e RI) III/46e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/46e RI) III/152e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/152e RI) IV/152e Régiment d' Infanterie (IV/152e RI) 72e Division d'Infanterie 6e Régiment de Hussards (6e RH) II/122e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/122e RI) – Combat Walker I/43e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/43e RI) II/41e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/41e RI) III/41e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/41e RI) II/126e Régiment d' Infanterie (II/126e RI) III/126e Régiment d' Infanterie (III/126e RI) Independent Commands Guadeloupe II/33e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (II/33 RIMa) Martinque I/33e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (I/33 RIMa) Guyana I/Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine de Guyana (I/RIMaGY) II/ Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine de Guyana (II/RIMaGY) III/ Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine de Guyana (III/RIMaGY) Centre d'Trainement de Commandos de Guyana (CECdoGy) I/9e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (I/9 RIMa) II/9e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (II/9 RIMa) III/1e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (III/1 REI) Cabo Verde III/3e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (III/3 REI) Nouvelle Caledonie I/Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine du Pacifique (I/RIMaP) Polynesie II/Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine du Pacifique (II/RIMaP) III/4e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (III/4 REI) Reunion I/7e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (I/7 RIMa) L'Armee Territoriale de l'Afrique Occidentale (ATAO) 4e Corps The 4e Corps (or Corps Algériens) of the French Metropolitan Army is a part of the Armée Territoriale de l' Afrique Occidentale. Algerian raised units also serve within the L' Armée de la Manouvre. Régiment 12ème de Ligne 'Prince Léopold' 2e Bn. yet it has a much wider role than one of territorial defence. The 4e Corps provided two Division de la Marche (old Campaign divisions not the modern units) for the Central Asian War. Unlike the other French African Corps the 4e Corps is recruited entirely from Algeria. The 4e Corps (and its predecessors) have provided troops for every French campaign since 2020. and one regiment is also stationed on Tirane.
5e Spahis Algeriens (5 SA) – Corps Recce 6e Division Blindee 4e Division de la Marche 15e Division de la Marche 2e Division Aeromobile 101e Division d'Infanterie 102e Division d'Infanterie 106e Division d'Infanterie The 106e DI is a unique body within the French Armed forces. however the southern part of the region is so arid and the response from the 106e DI so fierce these are increasingly infrequent. notably the territories of Senegal. The only threat to the Corps comes from occasional raids from Berbera. the continuing political and ethnic instability in Liberia and low-level guerrilla attacks from Berbera. The three battalions of the 'Joyeaux' are within this unit as is the 1st Battalion of the 6e RIE.la Marche took part in the War of German Reunification seeing action in the Rhineland Offensive. especially the 15e DM are being stood to. which is also the location of the Corps HQ. which has begun to gain some support amongst the populations in the southern areas of Senegal. An increasing worry for local and national politicians is the anti-French stance adopted by Mali. the I/4 e Zouaves have done much work to expand the use of combat walkers in arid environments. The ATAC lacks any immediate threat which it must opposed but the Army is frequently committed to the teaming cities of the area to counter civil disturbances. Yet in spite of this the 106e also includes some excellent volunteer units recruited from the inhabitants of the region who have acquired almost unsurpassed skills in fighting in there home areas and have a reputation almost as savage as the military convicts they fight alongside. . The rest of the Corps is dedicated to internal security tasks and protecting the Beanstalk in Libreville. and broken only by military exercises which have the highest fatality rates of any French unit anywhere. All of the Corps' divisions except the 106e Division d' Infanterie are organised conventionally. The 3e Joyeaux were sent to the Aurore garrison in 2301. Cameroon and Chad. 10e Corps suffers from two major continuing operational commitments. to which non-petty military criminals are sent. The Corps also undertakes frequent exercises in allied Morocco and Tunisia. Some units of the Corps. Obviously as Djibouti is not geographically linked to the other areas the 11e DB and 8e DAM have a fair degree of operational independence. 5e Corps The 5e Corps covers the territories of Djibouti. The Division has never fought as a whole but the 2e Joyeaux and I/6e RIE fought with the GMLE in the Central Asian War as did elements of the I/4e Zouaves. It is both an elite force of desert fighters and the worst military punishment available to officers of recalcitrant men. Gabon. to possibly take part in the Kafer War. The 106e DI is stationed on the edge of the Sahara in a series of remote forts where the life style is incredibly stark. Also attached units are composed of some excellent specialists. The 4e Corps is equipped with the latest French military hardware. 10e Division Blindee 16e Division de la Marche 19e Division de la Marche 6e Division Aeromobile 107e Division d'Infanterie 108e Division d'Infanterie 111e Division d'Infanterie L'Armee Territoriale de l'Afrique Centrale (ATAC) The ATAC is the French Army covering the French Empire's equatorial African territories and Djibouti. 2e Spahis Algeriens (2 SA) – Recce I/4e Regiment de Zouaves (I/4 RZ) – Combat Walker 1e Batallion d'Afrique (1 Bat d'Af) [1e Joyeaux] 2e Batallion d'Afrique (2 Bat d'Af) [2e Joyeaux] 3e Batallion d'Afrique (3 Bat d'Af) [3e Joyeaux] – detached to Troupes d'Armee d'Aurore 2e Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens (2 RTA) I/6e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (I/6 REI) 10e Corps The 10e Corps is drawn from and provides the defence for French West Africa. Similarly long-running but low key insurgencies are a common factor in the area. the Guinea Coast and Burkina Faso.
and possibly to the colonies. Congo 110e Division d'Infanterie – Brazzaville. However its strategic position has given it an increased importance and it has become the site of the French Local Strategic Reserve. Congo 11e Division de la Marche – Kamina. With exception of a long-running campaign of civil disobedience in the east by Rwandan and Burundian Tustsi. Cameroun 20e Division de la Marche – Libreville. However it should be noted that these are not assault troops with the capacity to invade planetary systems but simply reinforcements. Congo) 105e Division d'Infanterie – Kisangani. primarily the territories of Zaïre and Katanga. Kinshasa's large paramilitary Gendarmerie has relived the need for military intervention in rioting in all but the most extreme cases. Paris and Capetown have good relations but local administrators allow their rivalries to express themselves in a covert war either side of the border. The Corps commander hopes to extend this program to the other French Armies on Earth. Congo L'Armee Coloniale Pais Francais – Beta Canum Venaticorum – Beta Canum Venaticorum-4 Nouvelle Europe – Beowulf – Queen Alice's Star Frome – Kimanjano – DM+34 2342 The world of Kimanjano is somewhat un-welcoming for its colonists from France and Azanian. Congo 7e Division Aeromobile – Kinshasa.Yaounde. but this wealthy colony has little in the way of strife or conflict and so needs little in the way of ground defense or internal security support for the Gendarmerie. Congo (one battalion forward-deployed to Katanga Provence. 209e Division d'Infanterie I/1e Régiment Etranger d' Infanterie (II/1e REI) II/3e Régiment Etranger d' Infanterie (II/3e REI) II/5e Régiment Etranger d' Infanterie (II/5e REI) II/13e Demi-Brigade de la Légion Étrangère (II/13e DBLE) III/13e Demi-Brigade de la Légion Étrangère (III/13e DBLE) III/2e Régiment d' Infanterie de Marine (III/2e RIMa) 212e Division d'Infanterie I/6e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (I/6e RIC) II/6e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (II/6e RIC) I/Régiment Noire de Tirailleurs de Kimanjano (I/RNTK) II/Régiment Noire de Tirailleurs de Kimanjano (II/RNTK) III/Régiment Noire de Tirailleurs de Kimanjano (III/RNTK) I/Régiment Grise de Tirailleurs de Kimanjano (I/RGTK) II/Régiment Grise de Tirailleurs de Kimanjano (II/RGTK) Saint Benoit – Alderhorst – Vogelheim . Cameroun 112e Division d'Infanterie – Douala 11e Corps The 11e Corps is responsible for the defence of the southern part of French Central Africa. Congo 104e Division d'Infanterie . 7e Division Blindee – Kinshasa. However forces in Katanga have been fighting a long running proxy war with Anzanian backed forces in the area. Congo 18e Division de la Marche – Brazzaville. Zaire is relatively peaceful. Congo 8e Division Aeromobile – Djibouti 103e Division d'Infanterie – Libreville.11e Division Blindee – Djibouti 10e Division de la Marche – Yaounde. Congo 109e Division d'Infanterie – Katanga Provence. 11e Corps regularly rotates its battalions and has also begun a series of exchange postings with 5e Corps. Both members of the ESA. Whilst the other three Corps of the Armée d' Afrique tend to keep the composition of their units static through the years. The reserve is composed entirely of crack Foreign Legion or Marine combat units that can be dispatched to any trouble spot on the Arm.
Currently 2e Corps' major problem is in supporting its forces on a world badly damaged in the fighting and they are reliant on supplies from Beowulf. 2e Division Legere Blindee 14e Regiment d'Aero-Dragons Parachutiste de Tirane (14 RDPT) – Recce 1e Regiment Etranger de Cavalerie (1 REC) 12e Chasseurs d'Afrique (12 ChA) 2e Regiment d'Aero-Hussards de Tirane (2 RHT) I/2e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (I/2 REI) III/Regiment de Tirailleurs du Tschad (III/RTT) I/6e Regiment d'Infanterie de Tirane (I/6 RIT) 2e Division de Marche Coloniale 1e Régiment de Chasseurs de Kimanjano (1 RCK) I/2e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (I/2 RCC) III/2e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (III/2 RCC) II/3e Régiment Étranger d'Infanterie (II/3e REI) II/13e Demi-Brigade de la Légion Étrangère (II/13 DBLE) I/6e Régiment d'Infanterie Coloniale (I/6e RIC) . Kimanjano. However the troops that remain are of excellent quality. isolating the city and destroying the mobile Kafer reserves was the vital one. but 19e Corps will run any offensive operations or limited strikes into the Eta Bootis Finger. The 2e Corps brought with it several of its major units. Ultimately the 2e Corps role in the Battle of Fromme. The plan for the liberation of Kimanjano was for the FAREM/19e Corps to assault to seize the planet head and then for 2e Corps to take the main battle to the Kafers. However the pastoral state has proved excellent for the placement of a commando and patrol school. 210e Division d'Infanterie Régiment de Hussards d' Aigle de la Nuit (RHAN) III/1e Régiment d' Infanterie de Marine (III/1e RIMa) I/9e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (I/9e RIC) II/9e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (II/9e RIC) III/9e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (III/9e RIC) I/1e Régiment de Fusiliers de Saint Benoit (I/1e RFSB) II/1e Régiment de Fusiliers de Saint Benoit (II/1e RFSB) Nous Voila – Beta Comae Berenices The colony world of BCB is occupied entirely by the French and so there is little tension in the area. Although the Gendarmerie has a number of reserve units these are usually only used for extra policing during the occasional public demonstration. Centre d'Entrainment de Commandos et d'Eclairage de Nous Voila (CECdoENV) I/13e Demi-Brigade de la Legion Etranger (I/13 DBLE) I/8e Regiment d'Infanterie Coloniale (I/8 RIC) Gendarmerie de Nous Voila 1e Régiment de Tirailleurs de Nous Voilà (1e RTNV) 2e Régiment de Tirailleurs de Nous Voilà (2e RTNV) 3e Régiment de Tirailleurs de Nous Voilà (3e RTNV) 2e Corps – Frome. to which two battalions are normally assigned permanently and detachments from other units rotate through. In addition the Gendarmerie has a large contingent of paramilitary reserve formations that most observers believe could act as passable infantry in times of tension.The numbers of troops on Adlerhorst are restricted by the terms of the Treaty of Darwin that saw the deployment of Anglophone peacekeepers to the planet to halt the inter-colonial violence. but most importantly the framework to fight a fast moving high intensity battle with Kafer field forces. There are only three militia battalions recruited from the major towns and being little more than social organizations. The Corps went on to complete the liberation of the Azanian colony and oversee mopping up operations. The Corps is engaged in planning defensive operations. with the Militia units being almost full-time troops in terms of their training commitment. It is expected that should a Kafer assault again threaten the Cluster then 2e Corps will assume the main responsibility for the battle. DM+34 2342 2e Corps was assigned to the Armée de Libération from the Armée de Manœuvre to give some much needed fighting power to supplement the lightly equipped FAREM. contingency planning for further operations and rebuilding the local Kimanjano defence forces.
suppressing marauders and rebuilding local forces. 104e Division d'Infanterie 24e Chasseurs d' Afrique (24e ChA) V/ Régiment de Tirailleurs du Tchad (V/ RTT) . 6th 'Czestochowa' Air Assault Division (Poland) . Beta Comae Berenices The II Polish Expeditionary Corps is the only higher foreign formation permanently assigned to the Armée. Currently the Corps has one French Infantry Division. 1st Kiev Armoured Cavalry Division (Poland) Battle Group 'Sosabowski'.ALAT II Polish Corps . The corps has a dual role.(CW) II/ Régiment de Tirailleurs du Tchad (II/ RTT) 5e Régiment de Tirailleurs de Cameroun (5e RTCa) VII/ Régiment de Tirailleurs du Tchad (VII/ RTT) VIII/ Régiment de Tirailleurs du Tchad (VIII/ RTT) IX/ Régiment de Tirailleurs du Tchad (IX/ RTT) Battle Group 'Maczek'. it is responsible for co-ordinating Armée efforts on Nous Voila (partly a political effort by the French to restore links with the Poles) and for supporting Polish forces operating with the Ukrainians in the Armée d' Aurore.Nous Voila.I/Demi-Brigade de Tirailleurs de Kimanjano (I/DBTK) II/Demi-Brigade de Tirailleurs de Kimanjano (II/DBTK) 9e Division de Marche 10e Régiment d'Aero-Lanciers de Tirane (10e RBT) 15e Régiment d'Aero-Chars de Tirane (15e RBT) 22e Régiment d'Aero-Dragons de Tirane (22e RBT) 32e Régiment d'Aero-Dragons de Tirane (32e RBT) I/5e Régiment d'Infanterie de Tirane (I/5e RIT) II/6e Régiment d'Infanterie de Tirane (II/6e RIT) II/17e Régiment d'Infanterie de Tirane (II/17e RIT) 9e Division d'Infanterie Marine 1e Regiment d'Infanterie Chars de Marine (1 RICM) I/1e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (I/1 RIMa) II/1e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (II/1 RIMa) – Combat Walker I/2e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (I/2 RIMa) II/3e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (II/3 RIMa) 1e Division Blindee 8e Regiment de Hussards (8 RH) – Recce 501e Regiment de Chars de Combat (501 RCC) 506e Regiment de Chars de Combat (506 RCC) 18e Groupment de Chasseurs (18 GC) – Combat Walker I/Regiment de Marche du Tschad (I/RMT) I/41e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/41 RI) 3e Division Airmobile I/1e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/1 RI) 3x Gunship Regiments . Most of the Corps' support troops are operating in an infantry role. two Polish brigade sized Battle Groups and a Anglo-Dutch Royal Marines Brigade under command.ALAT Transport Regiment . Efforts on Nous Voila are concentrated on delivering humanitarian aid.
HQ in Paris Air Base. and would be the front line of defence against any German attack of France. a strategic reconnaissance wing and two air refueling wings. 4e Escadre de Bombardment 'Dauphin' – Avord. HQ in Taverny with squadrons based across European France and Algeria. one drone wing. 1e FATAC controls two fighter-bomber wings. the Force de Frappe is capable of deployment across the globe but is focused on operations in the European theatre of operations. France EB I/4 'Charognard': 15 Vautour-A EB II/4 'Levrie': 15Vautour-A EB III/4 'Lion de Belfort': 15 Vautour-A 15e Escadre de Bombardment 'Lafayette' – Luxeuil. France EC I/6 'Chimere d'Argent': 15 Simoom-C5 .L'Armee d'Air Force de Frappe Controlling the bulk of France’s strategic bomber forces. France EC I/2 'Cignogne de Guynemer': 15 Simoom-C5 EC II/2 'Cignogne de Fonck': 15 Simoom-C5 EC III/2 'Cignogne dite Saint Galmier': 15 Simoom-C5 3e Escadre de Chasse 'Navarre' – Nancy Ochey. 2e Escadre de Chasse 'Cignognes' – Dijon. it is considered the premier tactical force of the ALA. Algeria EB I/92 'Bourgogne': 15 Gypaete Barbu-C EB II/92 'Aquitaine': 15 Gypaete Barbu-C 91e Escadre de Reconnaissance Strategique 'Gascogne' – Bou Sfer. France EB I/15 'Sioux': 15 Simoom-F EB II/15 'Cigognes': 15 Simoom-F EB III/15 “Diable Rouge': 15 Gypaete Barbu-C 22e Escadre de Bombardment 'Limousin' – Laghouat. France EC I/3 'Gypaete': 15 Samiel-A EC II/3 'Coq de Combat': 15 Samiel-A EC III/3 'Cignogne de Navarre': 15 Samiel-A 6e Escadre de Chasse 'Cote d'Or' – Orange. four interceptor wings. Senegal EB I/44 'Aajej': 15 Vautour-A EB II/44 'Beshabar': 15 Vautour-A EB III/44 'Harmatan': 15 Vautour-A 92e Escadre de Bombardment 'Bourgogne' – Laghouat. two multi-role fighter wings. Algeria ERV I/66: 15 Artemis AAR ERV II/66: 15 Artemis AAR ERV III/66: 15 Artemis Aar 1e Force Aerien Tactique (1 FATAC) 1e FATAC covers ALA tactical combat operations in Europe. one reconnaissance wing and a strategic wing. Algeria EB I/25 'Saint-Louis': 15 Vautour-A EB II/25 'Dakar': 15 Vautour-A EB III/25 'Tambacounda': 15 Vautour-A 44e Escadre de Bombardment 'Mistral' – Dakar. One Interceptor wing is deployed to the French Arm. Force de Frappe commands six bomber wings. Algeria ER I/91 'Gascogne': 15 Simoom-R ER II/91 'Bretagne': 15 Simoom-R ER III/91 'Landes': 15 Simoom-R 20e Escadre de Ravitaillement en vol 'Bretagne' – Avord. Algeria EB I/22 'Aigle': 15 Vautour-A EB II/22 'Sarigue': 15 Vautour-A EB III/22 'Le Gaulois': 15 Vautour-A 25e Escadre de Bombardment 'Senegal' – Bou Sfer. France ERV I/20: 15 Caravelle AAR ERV II/20: 15 Caravelle AAR ERV III/20: 15 Caravelle AAR 66e Escadre de Ravitaillement en vol 'Bourbonnais' – Laghouat.
Beta Canum Venitacorum EC II/30 'Normandie-Nieman': 15 Simoom-C5 – deployed to 135e Escadre de Chasse. one multi-role fighter wing. France ER I/16 'Cocotte de Gueule': 15 Simoom-CR ER II/16 'C53': 15 Simoom-CR ER III/16 'Mouette Rhenane':15 Simoom-CR 13e Escadre de Chasse 'Alsace' – Colmar. two interceptor wings. Djibouti EC I/38 'Ale Sabieh': 15 Crecerelle-C EC II/38 'Tadjourah': 15 Crecerelle-C EC III/38 'Yoboki': 15 Crecerelle-C 94e Escadre de Chasse 'Cote d'Ivoire' – Kinshasa.EC II/6 'La Mouette': 15 Simoom-C5 EC III/6 'La Mort Qui Fauche': 15 Simoom-C5 7e Escadre de Chasse 'Provence' – Saint Dizier-Robinson. HQ in Libreville. Force Aerienne d'Aurore EC III/30 'Lorriane': 15 Simoom-C5 – deployed Nouvelle Europe. Chad EC I/96 'N'Djamena': 15 Simoom-C5 EC II/96 'Mbaibokoum': 15 Simoom-C5 EC III/96 'Faya-Largeau': 15 Simoom-C5 – Dakar. France EC I/9 'Paris': 15 Simoom-C5 EC II/9 'Versailles': 15 Simoom-C5 EC III/9 'Vincennes': 15 Simoom-C5 30e Escadre de Chasse 'Normandie-Nieman' – Reims. Ivory Coast EC II/94 'Yamoussoukro': 15 Samiel-A EC III/94 'Bouake': 15 Grand Duc – Libreville. Zaire EC I/29 'Kinshasa': 15 Simoom-C5 EC II/29 'Kisingani': 15 Simoom-C5 EC III/29 'Mbandaka': 15 Simoom-C5 38e Escadre de Chasse 'Djibouti' – Ambouli. Senegal 75e Escadre de Chasse 'Cameroun' – Doula. Cameroon EC I/75 'Doula': 15 Faucon III EC II/75 'Yaounde': 15 Faucon III – Libreville. Gabon . Gabon 2e FATAC is responsible for the defence of French Africa. France EC I/30 'Valois': 15 Simoom-C5 – deployed Pais Francais. one reconnaissance wing and one strategic wing. France EC I/73 'Algiers': 15 Faucon III EC II/73 'Oran': 15 Faucon III EC III/73 'Constantine': 15 Faucon III 100e Escadre de Chasse 'Ile de Tirane' – Florennes. two drone wings. France EC I/7 'Casque de Bayard': 15 Samiel-A EC II/7 'Croix de Jerusalem': 15 Samiel-A EC III/7 'Aigne Empietant Une Tete de Mort': 15 Samiel-A 9e Escadre de Chasse 'Ile de France' – Orange. 29e Escadre de Chasse 'Zaire' – Kinshasa. Wallonia EC I/100 'Lome': 15 Faucon III EC II/100 'Doula': 15 Faucon III EC III/100 'Sassandra': 15 Faucon III 16e Escadre de Reconnaissance 'Savoie' – Reims. Gabon 96e Escadre de Chasse 'Tschad' – N'Djamena. Zaire EC I/94 'Abidjan': 15 Samiel-A – Abidjan. Beowulf 73e Escadre de Chasse 'Algerie' – Tours. France EB I/54: 6 Artemis AWAC EB II/54: 15 Poignard III AWAC EB III/54: 15 Caravelle AAR 2e Force Aerien Tactique (2 FATAC) – Libreville. 2e FATAC controls two fighter-bomber wings. France EC I/13 'Colmar': 40 Vortex EC II/13 'Strasbourg': 40 Vortex EC III/13 'Mulhouse': 40 Vortex 54e Escadre de Chasse 'Dunkerque' – Metz. and is also used as a reserve force to support other ALA forces on Earth.
Gabon ES I/87: 6 Artemis AWAC EDA II/87: 15 Poingard II AWAC ERV III/97: 15 Caravelle AAR – Laghouat. Katanga ER I/98 'Kolwezi': 15 Simoom-CR ER II/98 'Likasi': 15 Simoom-CR – Bou Sfer. Chad 41e Escadre de Chasse 'Verdun' – Libreville. Algeria EC I/69 'Ouagadougou': 40 Vortex EC II/69 'Kaya': 40 Petit Duc – Ouagdougou. Tirane . Burkino Faso EC III/69 'Banfora': 40 Vortex 89e Escadre Strategique 'Cote de Guinee' – Libreville. Senegal 98e Escadre de Reconnaissance 'Katanga' – Kolwezi.EC III/75 'Ngaoundere': 15 Faucon III – Dakar. Algeria 3e Force Aerien Tactique (3 FATAC) – Nouvelle Provence. Algeria ER III/98 'Lubumbashi': 15 Simoom-CR – N'Djamena. Gabon EC I/41 'Douaumont': 40 Vortex EC II/41 'Vaux': 40 Petit Duc EC III/41'Souville': 40 Petit Duc 69e Escadre de Chasse 'Burkino Faso' – Laghouat.
urban combat and peacekeeping missions. KampfGroup 331 KampfGroup 332 KampfGroup 333 39 Jager Brigade 39. Kdo. Germany has traditionally relied on heavy armour rather than commandos in its wars. OKDB Troops 1 Airlanding (Luftlande) Division The airlanding division was formed from the Bavarian airlanding division reinforced with specialist units from Saxony. This was perhaps more a case of internal politics than reality.Jg. It involves the insertion of small bodies of highly trained and motivated soldiers in lightning assaults on enemy key points in an attempt to alter the tactical battle. in addition to naval.Bde units. In time of war each brigade would be assigned to individual Corps to bolster the reserve infantry brigades.394) .392) 394th Commando Battalion 'Balck' (Kdo. The division is manned with the cream of the conscript intake and many veterans go onto join Jäger Brigades of the Kolonial Corps. 391st Commando Battalion 'Braunschweig (Kdo.Abt. Kdo. Kdo.391) 392nd Commando Battalion 'Brandenburg (Kdo.German Empire High Command of the German Armed Forces Oberkommando des Deutsches Bundeswehr (OKDB) Germany has a single Defence HQ which controls all of the Corps of the German Army. Hannover and Brandenburg.Abt.Jg. even those on other worlds (if only nominally). it works closely with the BND.393 and 394 are commando/ranger style units that can operate as raiders or in support to other 39. air and space force assets. Following the Reunification the various state units were reorganised and consolidated into a single brigade.Bde is the controlling HQ for Germany's special operations forces on Earth. Troops from the brigade provide the manpower for the colonial Sonderverbands.Abt. 27 Airborne (Fallschirmjager) Brigade 271 Para Battalion 272 Para Battalion 273 Para Battalion 28 Airborne (Fallschirmjager) Brigade 281 Para Battalion 282 Para Battalion 283 Para Battalion 29 Airborne (Fallschirmjager) Brigade 291 Para Battalion 292 Para Battalion 293 Para Battalion 33 Air Assault (Luftangriff) Brigade The air assault brigade is an out-growth of the Sturmtaktik concept applied to the depth battle. sabotage and covert operations.Abt. On Earth there are a number of army troops placed under the direct command of the OKDB.Abt. counter-desant. The role of the 'Green Devils' is theatre entry. It was noticeable that Bavarian and Westphalian units fared relatively badly in this reorganisation as some doubts were professed over the closeness of their relations with their French counterparts.Abt. It continues to operate outside of Germany's borders and has become a bogeyman figure to neighboring states. In the event of hostilities these units would be assigned to missions chosen by OKDB at the request of individual Corps.391 are a traditional SAS style multi-role SF unit.392 is a more cloak and dagger unit with the emphasis on infiltration.Abt.392) 393rd Commando Battalion 'Steiner' (Kdo. The division includes only three battalion sized formations but has integral air support.
Put simply it is the Bundesrepublik's first line of defence should war with France break out again.German Army Deutsches Bundeswehr I Corps I Corps is the main formation tasked with defending Germany's western border. Lift Panzer Division 'Lehr' Lift Panzer Recon Bn 130 Lift Panzer Bn 130 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 130 130 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 130 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 1 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 2 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 16 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 130 1 Lift Panzer Brigade 'Lehr' Lift Panzer Bn 11 Lift Panzer Bn 12 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 13 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 14 2 Lift Panzer Brigade 'Bayerlein' Lift Panzer Bn 21 Lift Panzer Bn 22 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 23 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 24 16 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade 'Hartmann' Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 161 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 162 Lift Panzer Bn 163 Lift Panzer Bn 164 6 Lift Panzer Division 'Gespenst' Lift Panzer Recon Bn 6 Lift Panzer Bn 6 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 6 6 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 6 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 9 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 10 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 6 9 Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 91 Lift Panzer Bn 92 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 93 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 94 10 Lift Panzer Brigade 'Rommel' Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 101 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 102 Lift Panzer Bn 103 Lift Panzer Bn 104 2 Lift Panzergrenadier Division Lift Panzer Recon Bn 2 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 2 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 2 2 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 2 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 5 . During the war it was responsible for the southern half of the battlefront and took the main thrust of the French offensive in Baden.
The Corps HQ is located in Potsdam. even after provocation by antiReunificationist elements in the Bavarian military. It was the lead formation in the occupation of key points in Bavaria. Nevertheless the unit had proven the Sturmtaktik concept and paved the way for the creation of other such units. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 132 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 132 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 132 132 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift PanzerdrohneArtilleryBn 132 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 22 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 23 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 24 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 132 22 Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 221 Lift Panzer Bn 222 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 223 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 224 23 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 231 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 232 Lift Panzer Bn 233 Lift Panzer Bn 234 24 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 241 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 242 Lift Panzer Bn 243 . The Division is named for the Reunification.GfPzGren Brigade is the descendent of the original Bavarian 'sturmtaktik' trials unit. A complete reform of the army was mooted. The division has the usual three brigade structure of 'named' divisions and is based around Neustrelitz in Eastern Germany. Today it is responsible for the security of eastern Germany. but during the Battle of Picardy the depleted unit eventually failed to adequately suppress the French light anti-tank screen and a war winning break out was prevented. When the war erupted II Corps was rapidly moved into the area around Frankfurt where it took the lead for operations against the French in the north. Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'Wiedervereinigung' LkPzGren Division 'Wiedervereinigung' was formed in the aftermath of the War when some in the higher echelons were concerned about the variation in performance of some of the national army divisions. Rapidly federalised it was placed under the operational command of the newly formed LkPzGr Division 'Deutschland' for the War with France. Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 301 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 302 Lift Panzer Bn 303 1 Reconnaissance Group (ReconGroup) II Corps II Corps was formed in the autumn of 2292 to provide a force for the protection of the eastern parts of Germany.Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 6 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 1 5 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 51 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 52 Lift Panzer Bn 53 Lift Panzer Bn 54 6 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 61 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 62 Lift Panzer Bn 63 Lift Panzer Bn 64 30 Sturmtaktik (Gefectspanzergrenadier) Brigade 30. a job it conducted admirably. but in the end only one completely new division was formed. It was involved in numerous point assaults against French airmobile infantry redoubts on the advance to the Somme. The brigade was rebuilt and re-assigned as a Corps asset.
LkPz. The division was originally equipped with new build AC-10's built in the Ruhr but re-equipped with the very inferior LkPz-VIII before the outbreak of hostilities and reorganised to the new Bundeswehr organisation.LkPz.LkPz Division is the direct descendent of the original Bundeswehr's 1. It had a distinguished record in WWIII spearheading several NATO attacks. It is currently deployed with II Corps in Saxony in the area around Erfurt. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 1 Lift Panzer Bn 1 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 1 1 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 1 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 3 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 4 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 1 3 Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 31 Lift Panzer Bn 32 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 33 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 34 4 Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 41 Lift Panzer Bn 42 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 43 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 44 3 Lift Panzergrenadier Division 3. The division was incorporated into the Hanoverian Army in the late 2000's and served with it ever since. 3. At the end of the war it found itself garrisoning Bremerhaven and became the backbone of an enclave along the lower Weser. It was eventually forced back into the suburbs of Frankfurt where it formed various KampfGroup. then the only Westphalian division equipped with hovertanks.Lift Panzer Bn 244 1 Lift Panzer Division 1.Div was initially converted from the Westphalian 2nd Panzergrenadier Division.Div was one of the first German units to see action probing across the Rhine attempting to break up the French assaults. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 3 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 3 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 3 3 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 3 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 7 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 8 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 3 7 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 71 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 72 Lift Panzer Bn 73 Lift Panzer Bn 74 8 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 81 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 82 Lift Panzer Bn 83 Lift Panzer Bn 84 31 Sturmtaktik (Gefectspanzergrenadier) Brigade Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 311 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 312 Lift Panzer Bn 313 2 Reconnaissance Group (ReconGroup) .Pz. At the end of hostilities the remnants of the force were combined with elements of the newly federalised 1st Panzer Brigade which was badly damaged in Picardy. The division occupied Stuttgart in 2291 and was later one of the first units in action against the French and was very badly damaged but is now rebuilt.Division. The division was first in line for re-equipment with the LkPz-IX fresh from the factories.
III Corps was launched into the pivotal assault through the Ardennes that ended in the Battle of Picardy which forced the Armistice and French acceptance of Bavaria's integration into Germany. however its Westphalian commander threw it into a series of exercises to knit it together.Div. Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'Deutschland' The 'Deutschland' Division was formed in 2292 as an echo of the mooted pan-German unit that was proposed for the Central Asian War. but they believe they have earned the right. However unlike its sister Division 'Lehr' few of the soldiers were veterans and many were more motivated by nationalism than professionalism. It was composed of the newly organised Deutschland Division and the disaffected 7. promoting talented leaders and ruthlessly sacking the dead wood. but initially it was a formation of dubious quality. Although a far from flawless performance the Corps gained great renown from its assault and today retains the pivotal reserve role. strangely as it is the only national army division to retain state numbering. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 5 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 5 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 5 5 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 5 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 301 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 302 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 5 301 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade . He responded by rebuilding the unit and bringing in innovative training systems.III Corps III Corps was formed early in 2293 in response to the growing tension with France and the continuing absence of II Corps deployed in Bavaria. By 2295 the division was recognised as one of the finest in the Bundeswehr. It proved itself in flanking operations but came unstuck in its first divisional set-piece battle which ended the German attempt to reach Paris. The Corps was to beef up defences on the Polish border. continuing to attack after severe casualties but their units and leaders lacked experience and cohesion. It was formed from volunteers from across the German States and intended to be the figure-head unit of the Bundeswehr and was a top priority. Nevertheless the unit was lionised in the press on its return.LkPzGren. and maintaining this position has become a unit tradition. The division's troops were exceptionally brave. although it still recruits from the area.Div was involved in securing Bavaria and would later fight in a delaying action against the French in Baden with I Corps. The tightly disciplined soldiers of the division are fit. much to the disgust of the divisional commander. It has lost most of its previous associations with Brandenburg. aggressive and not a little arrogant.Pz. Having existed for only six months the division was really unfit to be deployed on active service but bolstered by an experimental Bavarian Sturmtaktik brigade it took part in the assault through the Ardennes. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 131 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 131 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 131 131 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 131 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 11 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 12 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 17 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 131 11 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade 'Deutschland' Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 111 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 112 Lift Panzer Bn 113 Lift Panzer Bn 114 12 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade 'Hoch und Deutschmeister' Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 121 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 122 Lift Panzer Bn 123 Lift Panzer Bn 124 17 Lift Panzer Brigade 'Bismarck' Lift Panzer Bn 171 Lift Panzer Bn 172 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 173 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 174 5 Lift Panzergrenadier Division Federalised in 2291 5.
Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 3011 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 3012 Lift Panzer Bn 3013 Lift Panzer Bn 3014 302 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 3021 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 3022 Lift Panzer Bn 3023 Lift Panzer Bn 3024 7 Lift Panzer Division 'Der Legion' 7.LkPz.Div is one of the more renowned units in the German order of battle. Originally the Deutsche Legion, it was one of the units converted to a LkPz Division in the national army, although not without protest from the traditionalist legionnaires. It played a spearhead role with III Corps assault through the Ardennes and broke the French covering forces at the Meuse but was unable to force a win at the Battle of Picardy. The 7.LkPz found itself in disfavour with both political and military authorities, due to the constant complaints about the conduct of the war from all ranks of the division. It found itself denied the laurels it believed were its due in spite of a fine showing in battle. After the war the division was one of the first to be rebuilt with newly enlisted conscripts and NCO's brought in from outside the division. Many of the newly redundant 'old and bold' regular soldiers would enlist with the British Royal German Legion, in the same way that disgruntled Bavarian troops flocked to the French Légion Étrangère. Since then the division has been somewhat rehabilitated and has regained some of its old élan and elements of its previous history recognised. Its rivalry with the 'Deutschland' is unabated however. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 7 Lift Panzer Breakthrough (Panzer Breakthrough (Panzerschwerpunkt)) Bn 7 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 7 7 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 7 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 18 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 19 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 7 18 Lift Panzer Brigade 'Kielmansegge' Lift Panzer Bn 181 Lift Panzer Bn 182 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 183 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 184 19 Lift Panzer Brigade 'Ompteda' Lift Panzer Bn 191 Lift Panzer Bn 192 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 193 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 194 32 Sturmtaktik (Gefectspanzergrenadier) Brigade Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 321 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 322 Lift Panzer Bn 323 3 Reconnaissance Group (ReconGroup) IX (Kolonial) Corps IX Corps is an administrative command responsible for all national army forces deployed or destined for off-world service. It has no Tactical HQ elements as all Kolonial Corps forces are operationally subordinate to other commands. However IX Corps is responsible for training and recruiting all of their units and individuals before they deploy from Earth. Smaller depots are established at Neubayern and Beta Canum for recruits from the colonies. IX Corps recruits exclusively from German citizens who have already served at least two years with either national or state armies as conscripts or volunteers. Its training program is a short 10 weeks to ensure the fitness of the recruit and bring them up to speed on Kolonial Corps procedures. This recruitment of experienced soldiers has resulted in IX Corps units being regarded as superior to most of their colleagues. Many units have a backbone of veteran NCO and officers with experience in the War of Reunification. The corps' units are all regular. The corps consists of two strong Panzer Grenadier divisions and a number of independent brigade groups. The two divisions were previously Bavarian divisions with expeditionary taskings. The Jägers are mostly formed from a re-organisation of the old Bavarian 22nd Kolonial Jäger Division. A recent addition since the Reunification war and the Heidelsheimat stand-off is the assault landing brigade, Germany's new 'fire brigade'.
4 Colonial Lift Panzergrenadier Division 4.LkPzGren.Div was formerly the Bavarian ready division stationed on the French Arm with units at Neubayern and BCV. However since the War it now has responsibility for the Core, American and Chinese Arms and is based on Earth. One of its brigades was transferred to 8.LkPzGren.Div and was replaced by a brigade recruited from expatriates from the Tiranean colony of Freihafen (originally known as Garten) which declared independence as a result of the War. This brigade is noted for its professionalism and strongly nationalist sentiment, part of the brigade has been on stand-by for possible intervention on Heidelsheimat for several years. The remaining brigade, 26.LkPzGren, in the division is nominally a reserve brigade but in reality provides cover for a special operations unit equipped with French, Polish and Czech equipment. Utilising elements of the old Westphalian 1st Pz Bde the unit is tasked to cause havoc and confusion behind enemy lines in war. Secrecy is fierce around the unit. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 4 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 4 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 4 4 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 4 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 25 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 26 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 4 13 Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 13 Lift Panzer Bn 131 Lift Panzer Bn 132 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 133 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 134 25 Reserve Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 251 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 252 Lift Panzer Bn 253 Lift Panzer Bn 254 26 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade 'Garten' Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 261 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 262 Lift Panzer Bn 263 Lift Panzer Bn 264 8 Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'Windhund' Formerly a Bavarian division with strong combat experience in the Central Asian War (where it gained the Windhund name) as well as stints in garrison on Garten. This division is now the German Army's heavy combat force in the French Arm. Stationed at BCV when post-War tensions climbed it also commands 14.LkPz.Bde which is based on Vogelheim. 8.LkPzGren.Div has sent combat forces to Eta Bootis, and is prepared to send other units at company to KampfGroup size should conflict on Aurore escalate further. The division is equipped with modern AFVs except for 14.LkPzGren.Bde which is based on LkPz-VIII's to comply with arms reductions measures on Vogelheim imposed by the Treaty of Darwin. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 8 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 8 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 8 8 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 8 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 20 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 21 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 8 20 Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 201 Lift Panzer Bn 202 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 203 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 204 21 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 211 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 212 Lift Panzer Bn 213
Lift Panzer Bn 214 14 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade - Vogelheim Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 14 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 141 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 142 Lift Panzer Bn 143 Lift Panzer Bn 144 34 Jäger Brigade Formerly the 1st Halb-Brigade of 22 Jg Division based on Hochbaden this formation was expanded after Reunification. The brigade is especially skilled due to its dual surface/orbital role and training and is considered an elite. Jäger Bn 341 Jäger Bn 342 Jäger Bn 343 35 Jäger Brigade Originally a part of the 22nd Jg Division and based on BCV this brigade saw limited action in the Reunification War, mostly in hunting for French special forces. With 36 Brigade's arrival at BCV 35 Bde was transferred to Joi where it remains. Jäger Bn 351 Jäger Bn 352 Jäger Bn 353 36 Jäger Brigade 36.Jg.Bde was formed in 2291 as a battalion of German soldiers who had deserted from the Légion Étrangère when the crisis leading up to the Reunification War began. They fought in the battles for Stuttgart and Frankfurt earning no mean reputation, especially for the ferocity of their meetings with Foreign Legion units. With the armistice the unit was rebuilt and expanded thanks to a further influx of former Legionnaires and volunteers from Garten/Freihafen and some from Heidelsheimat. It was sent to BCV in 2293 in response to tensions between French and German colonies on that world. The brigade remains there to this day and has a fine reputation for its military skills. Jäger Bn 361 Jäger Bn 362 Jäger Bn 363 37 Jäger Brigade 37.Jg.Bde exists only as an administrative formation. It is responsible for the Jäger battalions based at Dunkelheim and Vogelheim. The Vogelheim battalion has its own skills thanks to its high profile role as the lead German force on Vogelheim and liaisons with their French neighbours and international peacekeepers are sometimes heated. Elements of Jg.Btl.372 have also been deployed against anti-Reunificationist elements on Adlerhorst. The Dunkelheim battalion has a long association with that world from when the colony was a penal facility. In spite of occasionally being called in to beef up the local police or in suppressing banditry it retained a remarkably low profile. The leadership of the battalion was purged in the years after Reunification after being seen as being 'too close' to the civilian leadership toying with a move towards independence. Indeed there has been a gradual shift of Bavarians and Dunkelheimers out of the unit with others, mainly North Germans and Saxons coming in. Relations with the civilian community have become slightly strained. Jäger Batallion 371 - Dunkelheim Jäger Batallion 372- Vogelheim 38 Interface Assault (Orbitallande) Brigade 38 Brigade is trained as a specialist intervention force working closely with the DSKM/DSM and the other Kolonial Jäger brigades. It's soldiers are hand picked from the IX Corps Jäger and other Airborne (Fallschirmjäger) units, and it is intended for the unit to form the spearhead of any German colonial interventions. For some time the unit has been involved in contingency planning for operations against Heidelsheimat should a political decision be made that this is required. The brigade's main problem is the lack of dedicated assault shipping, as German ship-building is dedicated to building warships they will be forced to rely on the old Bavarian fast troop ships for some time to come. Jäger Bn 381 Jäger Bn 382 Jäger Bn 383 Germany has two special forces organisations on the French Arm, about which little is known. Although French propaganda about Sonderverband 1's activities on Joi during and after the Elysian War make interesting reading. Elements of Sonderverband 2 have been active on Vogelheim. Colonial Special Purpose Unit (Kolonial Sonderverband) 1 Colonial Special Purpose Unit (Kolonial Sonderverband) 2
The role of the Division is as a reserve within the Corps for action in the west. independent light armoured groups of KampfGroup size ideal for screening and expeditionary operations and descended from US Cavalry units. PKR 8 won a fine reputation in the WoGR striking deep into Alsace out of the Black Forest region and hitting the flanks of the French forces attacking towards Stuttgart. It is a reserve unit based in and around Stuttgart with one active and one reserve brigades.Div was formed from the rump of two units heavily damaged in the WoGR. but PKR 11 was strongly opposed to Reunification and was disbanded after clashing with Saxon national army units. PKR 7 was stationed on Tirane and voted to repatriate itself in 2293 and it still has many Freihafeners in its ranks. As a sop to the PKR lobby this new division was formed and has quickly gained a strong reputation and esprit de corps.Div is based in Munich and Regensburg and has similar roots to 54 PzJ Div. Bavarian Panzer Recon Bn 52 Bavarian Panzer Breakthrough (Panzerschwerpunkt) Bn 52 Bavarian Panzer Pioneer Bn 52 52 Bavarian Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Bavarian Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 52 Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 8 Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 7 Bavarian Flak Bn 52 8 Bavarian Lift Panzer Brigade (Panzer Kavallerie Regiment 8) Bavarian Panzer Bn 81 Bavarian Panzer Bn 82 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 83 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 84 7 Bavarian Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade (Panzer Kavallerie Regiment 7) Bavarian Grenadier Bn 71 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 72 Bavarian Panzer Bn 73 Bavarian Panzer Bn 74 54 Bavarian Panzerjäger Division 54. Bavaria had several PKR's. The division is on a relatively high standard of readiness due to its closeness to the French border.PzJg.IV Reserve Corps 52 Bavarian Lift Panzergrenadier Division This division has been recently created by combining and expanding two PKR's and the HQ of a disbanded division.PzJg. Bavarian Panzer Recon Bn 54 Bavarian Panzer Pioneer Bn 54 54 Bavarian Panzer Artillery Brigade Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 54 Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 10 Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 24 Bavarian Flak Bn 54 10 Bavarian Panzergrenadier Brigade Bavarian Grenadier Bn 101 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 102 Bavarian Panzer Bn 103 Bavarian Panzer Bn 104 24 Bavarian Panzerjäger Brigade Bavarian Grenadier Bn 241 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 242 Bavarian Panzer Bn 243 Bavarian Panzer Bn 244 56 Bavarian Panzerjäger Division 56. These were well regarded and produced many influential officers. The division is based in the area around Fulda. but could also be deployed on the Czech and Austrovenian frontiers. Bavarian Panzer Recon Bn 56 Bavarian Panzer Breakthrough (Panzerschwerpunkt) Bn 56 Bavarian Panzer Pioneer Bn 56 56 Bavarian Panzer Artillery Brigade Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 56 Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 11 .
107. In the years before Reunification the SVA had excellent relations with their Czech colleagues. Bavarian Recon Bn 1071 Bavarian Recon Bn 1072 Bavarian Recon Bn 1072 1 Bavarian Panzer Brigade This unit is IV Corps heavy tank brigade.and hence are designated as PzJg units. Bavarian Panzer Bn 11 Bavarian Panzer Bn 12 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 13 The Bavarian reserve infantry brigades are very well equipped and manned by Class B reserves alone. 501 Bavarian Reserve Panzerjäger Brigade Bavarian Jäger Bn 5011 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5012 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5013 502 Bavarian Reserve Panzerjäger Brigade Bavarian Jäger Bn 5021 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5022 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5023 503 Bavarian Reserve Panzerjäger Brigade Bavarian Jäger Bn 5031 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5032 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5033 504 Bavarian Reserve Panzerjäger Brigade Bavarian Jäger Bn 5041 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5042 Bavarian Jäger Bn 5043 V Reserve Corps V Corps is primarily composed of units of the Saxon Volks Armee but also has a small component from the Bavarian Staatwehr.Div this formation took heavy casualties (the heaviest of any Bavarian unit) in the defence of Stuttgart during the war. It is usually deployed along the Upper Rhine. They are independent units designed to supplement the standing divisions or act on their own. With the federalisation of the original Bavarian sturmtaktik units the remains of the unit were re-roled to become the Corps assault brigade.LkPzAuf. and although this relationship has cooled somewhat V Corps maintains a bilateral exchange scheme. One potential role is in covering the Czech and Austrovenian borders in the case of renewed tension with France. V Corps still has some units equipped with Czech AFVs but are . The role of V Corps is in the defence of eastern Germany from incursions from Czechoslovakia with an eye also kept on the border with Poland. It is stationed in Stuttgart.PzGren. Bavarian Grenadier Bn 401 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 402 Bavarian Panzer Bn 403 107 Bavarian Lift Panzer Recon Brigade (Panzer Kavallerie Regiment 107) Another of the old PKR's. They have inherited much equipment from disbanded units and have a stronger punch than their counterparts in other state armies .Bde is the corps recce and screening force. It has the highest readiness levels of any unit in IV Corps whilst also liaising closely with I Corps. Consequently it works closely with II Corps and VIII Reserve Corps.Bavarian Panzer Artillery Bn 27 Bavarian Flak Bn 56 11 Bavarian Panzergrenadier Brigade Bavarian Grenadier Bn 111 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 112 Bavarian Panzer Bn 113 Bavarian Panzer Bn 114 27 Bavarian Panzerjäger Brigade Bavarian Grenadier Bn 271 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 272 Bavarian Panzer Bn 273 Bavarian Panzer Bn 274 40 Bavarian Sturmtaktik (Gefectspanzergrenadier) Brigade As 40.
with the 17th Reserve Brigade being disbanded and replaced with a regular brigade from another division. Hussar Regiment 3 Kürassier Regiment 5 Pioneer Battalion 211 211 Saxon Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Artillery Bn 3 Artillery Bn 16 Artillery Bn 18R Flak Bn 211 16 Saxon Panzergrenadier Brigade Fusilier Bn 5 Fusilier Bn 6 Dragoner Regiment 4 (Pz 343) Kürassier Regiment 1R (Pz 11) 18R Saxon Panzergrenadier Brigade Fusilier Bn 7R Fusilier Bn 8R Kürassier Regiment 4R (Pz 16) Dragoner Regiment 5R (Pz 344) 1 Mountain (Gebirgsjäger) Division The renowned German Mountain Division is still under state army auspices with one Bavarian and one Saxon Bde. The division fought with its existing equipment against the French. last activated in 2292 when it participated in the Reunification War as a Corps reserve. with the Bavarian parts of the division based . The 18th Brigade remains as a reserve contingent. Both formations were equipped with LkPz-IX's. The division is based in and around Dresden. It was not chosen for conversion into a national army division because of its equipment with tracked MBTs and wheeled APCs and re-equipping was deemed to take too long. V Corps generally has a good reputation for its soldiering abilities within the Bundeswehr partly resting on the rigorous training programs used by the SVA.continuing to replace them with native German designs. Support is provided by four Saxon and Bavarian reserve brigades. proving itself in the suburbs of Frankfurt. The division has an integral heavy armoured unit equipped with stretched 'Royal' Löwe tanks. The division has spent its recent history as a reserve formation. The division is based in Dessau. The Corps HQ is in Leipzig. After the War the division's 16 Brigade was moved to 211 Div and replaced with a Bavarian Panzer brigade. The division is split. The Corps is composed of a hover mobile division. 2 Saxon Lift Panzergrenadier Division The 2nd Saxon LkPzG Div is the senior-most division in the Saxon Army and had won no little renown for the conduct of its units in the Central Asian War. a tough outlook they retain. The division has been re-equipped with Löwe MBT but retain their Czech IFV. The Bavarian mountain brigade is one of the finest high mountain capable formations in any military. a tracked division and a mountain infantry division. The Saxon brigade has its roots in troops that patrolled the post-Twilight border with Czechoslovakia and became well known for shooting first and asking questions afterward. After the war its organisation was changed. Hussar Regiment 1 Pioneer Bn 2 2 Saxon Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Artillery Bn 2 Artillery Bn 4 Bavarian Artillery Bn 2 Flak Bn 2 2 Bavarian Lift Panzer Brigade Bavarian Panzer Bn 21 Bavarian Panzer Bn 22 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 23 Bavarian Grenadier Bn 24 4 Saxon Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Fusilier Bn 9 Fusilier Bn 10 Lieb-Kürassier Regiment Dragoon Regiment 2R (Pz 54) 211 Saxon Panzergrenadier Division Like the other Saxon units 211 PzGren Div traces its roots back to the Twilight War.
but in the aftermath of the Reunification military reforms these have been reorganised. On mobilisation the division would fight as a whole. Although it should be noted that the Saxons retain a regular battalion in each brigade. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 22 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 22 22 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 22 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 201 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 203 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 22 201 Nord-Deutsche Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 2011 (Pz Btl Hussar) Lift Panzer Bn 2012 (Pz Btl Dragoner) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2013 (Feld Btl Hannover) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2014 (Res Btl Hannover) 203 Hanseatische Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2031 (1/Hans Garde) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2032 (2/Hans Garde) Lift Panzer Bn 2033 (1 Uhlans) Lift Panzer Bn 2034 (2 Uhlans) . however as both these contingencies are seen as unlikely VI Corps is regarded as a strategic reserve force alongside the national army's III Corps. This Corps is nominally on stand-by to repel threats from the Netherlands or Scandinavian Union. Bavarian High Mountain Jäger Bn 23 Bavarian Mountain Artillery Bn 23 Artillery Bn 5 23 Bavarian Gebirgsjäger Brigade Bavarian Gebirgsjäger Bn 231 Bavarian Gebirgsjäger Bn 232 Bavarian Gebirgsjäger Bn 233 Saxon Border (Grenzschützen) Brigade Border (Grenzschützen) Bn 1 Border (Grenzschützen) Bn 2 Border (Grenzschützen) Bn 3 The Saxon Army originally had two French style Jäger Divisions. It is well equipped with the LkPz-IX series of vehicles. 22 Nord-Deutsche Lift Panzergrenadier Division 22 ND LkPzGr Division is the corps ready division. There have been rumours of a move to Bayreuth but these have not proved true so far. The Jagdpanzer units are being issued with Czech MBT discarded by the 211th Division. Jäger Brigade Saxony Jäger Bn 1 Jäger Bn 5R Jäger Bn 8R Jäger Bn 9R Jäger Brigade Thüringen Jäger Bn 2 Jäger Bn 4R Jäger Bn 6R Jäger Bn 7R Jäger Brigade Sachsen-Anhalt Jäger Bn 3 Jäger Bn 10R Jäger Bn 11R Jäger Bn 12R VI Reserve Corps The bulk of the North German state army comprises the VI Corps. The Bavarian 505 Brigade is stationed in the area around Bayreuth. It consists of one brigade from Hannover and another recruited from the City of Hamburg.in Garmich and the Saxon in the area around Chemnitz. Three brigade groups cover the three Lande of Saxony and are manned by B Class Reservists.
including the famous Regiment Kanada (recruited from Münster) and the Black Legion. 210 Nord-Deutsche Territorial Brigade Jäger Bn 2101 (Ter Btl Quackenbrück) Jäger Bn 2102 (Ter Btl Emden) Jäger Bn 2103 (Ter Btl Delmenhorst) 211 Hanseatische Territorial Brigade Jäger Bn 2111 (H/Hans Garde) Jäger Bn 2112 (L/Hans Garde) Jäger Bn 2113 (Ter Btl Schleswig-Holstein) 213 Nord-Deutsche Territorial Brigade Jäger Bn 2131 (Ter Btl Braunschweig) Jäger Bn 2132 (Ter Btl Magdeburg) . It is mainly recruited from the area around Hamburg and Hannover. It includes some of North Germany's best troops.23 Nord-Deutsche Lift Panzergrenadier Division 23 ND LkPzGr Division is a reserve division with responsibility for the defence of Schleswig-Holstein. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 24 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 24 24 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Rocket Artillery Bn 24 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 204 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 209 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 24 204 Nord-Deutsche Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2041 (Feld Btl Bremen-Verden) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2042 (Feld Btl Oldenburg) Lift Panzer Bn 2043 (Pz Btl Leopard) Lift Panzer Bn 2044 (Res Pz Btl 24) 209 Nord-Deutsche Reserve Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2091 (Res Btl Bremen-Verden) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2092 (Res Btl Oldenburg) Lift Panzer Bn 2093 (Res Pz Btl 25) Lift Panzer Bn 2094 (Res Pz Btl 27) 205 Nord-Deutsche Sturmtaktik (Gefectspanzergrenadier) Brigade 205 ND GfPzG Brigade is VI Corps' Sturmtaktik force. Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 2051 (Feld Btl Braunschweig) Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 2052 (Feld Btl Kanada) Lift Panzer Bn 2053 (Pz Btl Tiger) The VI Corps reserve infantry force is built around three light mechanised infantry brigades equipped with wheeled AFVs. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 23 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 23 22 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Rocket Artillery Bn 23 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 202 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 208 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 23 202 Nord-Deutsche Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2021 (Feld Btl Schleswig-Holstein) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2022 (Feld Btl Lüneberg) Lift Panzer Bn 2023 (Pz Btl Gepard) Lift Panzer Bn 2024 (Res Pz Btl 22) 208 Nord-Deutsche Reserve Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2081(Res Btl Schleswig-Holstein) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2082 (Res Btl Lüneberg) Lift Panzer Bn 2083 (Res Pz Btl 21) Lift Panzer Bn 2084 (Res Pz Btl 28) 24 Nord-Deutsche Lift Panzergrenadier Division 24 ND LkPzG Division is another reserve division based in the north-west of the country in the Oldenburg-Bremen area.
It is equipped with Löwe main battle tanks and wheeled APCs. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 61 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 61 61 Westfälisch Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Rocket Artillery Bn 61 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 61 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 62 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 61 61 Westfälisch Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 611 (Hessen Schützen 41) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 612 (Hessen Fusliers 74) Lift Panzer Bn 613 (Nordrhine Panzer 32) Lift Panzer Bn 614 (Hessen Panzer 11) 62 Westfälisch Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 621 (Nordrhine Grenadiers 52) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 622 (Hessen Fusliers 75) Lift Panzer Bn 623 (Hessen Panzer 13) Lift Panzer Bn 624 (Hessen Panzer 12) 63 Reserve Panzergrenadier Division Once known as the 3rd 'Main' Division.LkPzGren division fought as a tracked division during the War being involved countering the main thrust of the French towards Stuttgart.Jäger Bn 2133 (Ter Btl Celle) VII Reserve Corps VII Corps is mainly composed of elements of the Westfälisch Armee and some small elements of the Hannoverian Army. 61. Panzer Recon Bn 664 . Like most of the Westphalian units it was heavily engaged and ended the conflict in the fighting in the ruins of Stuttgart's western suburbs. 64. The division saw fierce fighting in the War nearly being destroyed several times but surviving due to a constant influx of reservists and new tanks from the Rhine-Ruhr factories.PzGren. although it exercises frequently with I Corps.Div is based in the Rhur Metroplex. However lingering Westphalian resentment of the 'occupation' of the west bank of the Rhine by the Netherlands also persists in some of the thinking of the senior officers in the Corps. 63. The primary task of the Corps is the defence of the Rhur and Frankfurt metroplexes. As 4.PzGren. It is a strong division including a brigade of Hanoverian Panzers. It specialises in urban warfare and is closely affiliated with local Jäger units.Div is now the mobile state army garrison for Frankfurt.Res. Consequently the corps is primarily trained in urban operations with the French as a likely enemy.Div it was responsible for screening III Corps attack into the Ardennes and was responsible for the assault crossing of the Rhine and protecting the bridgehead. Like its sister division it is tasked for urban warfare. Panzer Recon Bn 63 Panzer Pioneer Bn 63 63 Westfälisch Panzer Artillery Brigade Panzer Rocket Artillery Bn 63 Panzer Artillery Bn 63 Panzer Artillery Bn 64 Flak Bn 63 63 Westfälisch Panzergrenadier Brigade Panzergrenadier Bn 631 (Hessen Fusliers 72) Panzergrenadier Bn 632 (Nordrhine Grenadiers 51) Panzer Bn 633 (Ober Westfalen Panzer 21) Panzer Bn 634 (Hessen Panzer 16) 64 Westfälisch Reserve Panzergrenadier Brigade Panzergrenadier Bn 641 (Hessen Fusliers 76) Panzergrenadier Bn 642 (Hessen Fusliers 73) Panzer Bn 643 (Hessen Panzer 14) Panzer Bn 644 (Hessen Panzer 15) 64 Reserve Panzergrenadier Division Once known as the 4th 'Rhine' Division.LkPzGren expects to be one of the first units engaged should fighting with France erupt again. 61 Lift Panzergrenadier Division Originally the 1st 'Hessen' PzGren Division. 61.Res. Since the war it has been converted to a GEV formation and is the high readiness division for VII Corps.PzGren.
601 Westfälisch Panzer Brigade Panzer Bn 6011 (Nordrhine Panzer 35) Panzerangriff Bn 6012 (Nordrhine Grenadiers 53) Panzerangriff Bn 6013 (Ober Westfalen Infanterie 66) 602 Westfälisch Panzer Brigade Panzer Bn 6021 (Hessen Panzer 10) Panzerangriff Bn 6022 (Hessen Schützen 42) Panzerangriff Bn 6023 (Hessen Fusliers 78) VII Corps' Westphalian reserve force is composed by three strong reserve brigades.LkPzGren. and two infantry-pioneers/CW KampfGroup. The individual battalions are composed of up to six individual rifle companies and a tank destroyer company. each more akin in size to a French Division d'Infanterie than the other State Army brigades. Close support is given by SP heavy mortars. These brigades are based in urban areas and are composed of Class B reservists and volunteers from the Ersatz Reserve. In each case having a battalion of 'Royal' Löwe battle tanks. 603 Westfälisch Reserve Jäger Brigade Jäger Bn 6031 (Ober Westfalen Jägers 90) Jäger Bn 6032 (Nordrhine Jägers 82) Jäger Bn 6033 (Ober Westfalen Jägers 91) 604 Westfälisch Reserve Jäger Brigade Jäger Bn 6041 (Hessen Jägers 101) Jäger Bn 6042 (Hessen Jägers 100) Jäger Bn 6043 (Hessen Jägers 102) 605 Westfälisch Reserve Jäger Brigade Jäger Bn 6051 (Nordrhine Jägers 80) Jäger Bn 6052 (Nordrhine Jägers 81) Jäger Bn 6053 (Nordrhine Jägers 83) 212 Nord-Deutsche Territorial Brigade Jäger Bn 2121 (Ter Btl Münster) Jäger Bn 2122 (Ter Btl Paderborn) Jäger Bn 2123 (Ter Btl Herford) VIII Reserve Corps 33 Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'West Pommern' 33. Its Marine Regt 331 is equipped with .Panzer Pioneer Bn 64 64 Westfälisch Panzer Artillery Brigade Panzer Rocket Artillery Bn 64 Panzer Artillery Bn 65 Panzer Artillery Bn 66 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 207 Flak Bn 64 65 Westfälisch Panzergrenadier Brigade Panzergrenadier Bn 651 (Ober Westfalen Infanterie 61) Panzergrenadier Bn 652 (Ober Westfalen Infanterie 63) Panzer Bn 653 (Ober Westfalen Panzer 20) Panzer Bn 654 (Nordrhine Panzer 31) 66 Westfälisch Reserve Panzergrenadier Brigade Panzergrenadier Bn 661 (Nordrhine Grenadiers 54) Panzergrenadier Bn 662 (Ober Westfalen Infanterie 65) Panzer Bn 663 (Nordrhine Panzer 33) Panzer Bn 664 (Nordrhine Panzer 34) 207 Nord-Deutsche Reserve Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 2071 (Res Pz Btl 23) Lift Panzer Bn 2072 (Res Pz Btl 26) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2073 (Res Btl Münster) Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 2074 (Res Btl Osnabrück) The Westphalian Panzer Brigades are strong urban heavy combat forces.Div is the VIII Corps ready division and is one of the more unusual.
navalised hovertanks and is based at Rügen and Peenemünde and is designed specifically to counter the elite Polish Naval Assault Division should it attack Germany from the flank and is a crack force in its own right.LkPzGren Division is a reserve division but has re-equipped with LkPz-IX as a Bundeswehr priority. and its old Czech MBTs have been converted to specialist engineering and assault vehicles.PzGren Division is based in an around Berlin and is highly trained in urban combat it has recently finished re-equipping with Löwe tanks. Regiment 332 is stationed at Neustrelitz but would operate to the north of Stettin and be involved in covering the mouth of the Oder and the Stettiner Haff. Panzer Recon Bn 33 Panzer Pioneer Bn 33 Panzer Artillery Regiment 33 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn Panzer Regiment 311 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn Reserve Panzergrenadier Regiment 312 I Bn . Lift Panzer Recon Bn 33 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 33 Lift Panzer Artillery Regiment 33 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn Lift Panzer Marine Regiment 331 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn Lift Panzergrenadier Regiment 332 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn 32 Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'Brandenburg' 32. showing the High Command's interest in maintaining a strong force on the eastern frontier. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 32 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 32 Lift Panzer Artillery Regiment 32 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn Lift Panzergrenadier Regiment 321 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn Reserve Lift Panzergrenadier Regiment 322 I Bn II Bn III Bn IV Bn 31 Panzergrenadier Division 'Berlin' 31.
Landwehr Regiment 361 'Wachregiment Berlin' I Bn II Bn III Bn Landwehr Regiment 362 I Bn II Bn III Bn Landwehr Regiment 363 I Bn II Bn III Bn Landwehr Regiment 364 I Bn II Bn III Bn Neubayern Corps Nibelungen Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'Neubayern' The N. Obviously it is kept at a high level of preparedness and when the city was rebuilt after the Stettin War defensive positions and considerations were built into the fabric of the city. All the unit's vehicles are modified to operate in Nibelungen's unique conditions. a Freihafener modification of the LkPz-VIII. Artillery Group 10 Panzer Group 11 Panzer Group 12 Panzer Group 13 Panzer Group 14 13 Lift Panzer Brigade 13. and insignia. with Group the size of two normal battalions. Consequently it is always fully manned and equipped with the latest equipment including LkPz-IX's.LkPzGren Division is the main fighting force of the Neubayern Corps.LkPzGren Brigade is the only sizeable regular Bundesarmee force on Nibelungen. With the recent contraction of the Brandenburg military trained manpower has been freed up for the Landwehr and their quality has risen appreciatively. Detached from the IX Corps' Earth based 4.LkPzGren Division it is very much a visible symbol of Germany's commitment to Nibelungen. 361 also has a ceremonial role. They are mobile and well equipped with old Czech equipment passed on by the regular units. giving them a powerful punch. The division retains its original Bavarian organisation. It is a formation manned by both regular and conscript soldiers and is equipped with the LkPz-8B. and the venerable LkPzTr-V. In common with all Nibelungen units the fourth Group is a reserve formation. Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 13 Lift Panzer Bn 131 Lift Panzer Bn 132 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 133 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 134 . I Bn II Bn III Bn Panzer Regiment 352 Pz Regt 352 is based in and around Stettin and provides that city's garrison. I Bn II Bn III Bn Brandenburg has a typically well organised reserve infantry force.II Bn III Bn IV Bn Sturm Regiment 351 Sturm Regt 351 is the Corps integral sturmtaktik brigade.
Jg Div is a reserve light role formation. which operates primarily on foot with wheeled transportation. Jäger Group 251 Jäger Group 252 Jäger Group 253 Jäger Group 254 26 Nibelungen Jäger Division 26. Training and equipment has been improving since the start of the Kafer War and the public disturbances caused by it. It has a close relationship with the DSM and has similar training. Raumwaffe Group zvB Sonderverband Neubayern Beta Canum Venaticorum Dunkleheim Kolonial-Brigade Dunkleheim Dunkelheim's military is composed of three battalions of troops and reinforced by paramilitary police. The local troops have a reputation for both bloody mindedness and light fingeredness possibly related to prejudices about most Dunkelheimers' convict heritage. Jäger Bn 341 Jäger Bn 342 Jäger Bn 343 1 Hochbaden Jäger Brigade Hochbaden Jäger Bn 271 'Leopold' Hochbaden Jäger Bn 274 'Hoffmann' Hochbaden Jäger Bn 276 'Rudolf' 2 Hochbaden Jäger Brigade Hochbaden Jäger Bn 275 'Maximillian' . A company sized KampfGroup drawn from the brigade is serving on Aurore.23 Nibelungen Jäger Division 23. 34 Jäger Brigade The crack 34.LkPzGren Division. and are skilled in operations in the colonies domed cities. Jäger Group 231 Jäger Group 232 Jäger Group 233 Jäger Group 234 25 Nibelungen Jäger Division 25. It is mainly manned by reservists who have served in the N.Jg Div is a reserve light role formation. on the ground or on mining facilities in the system.Jg Brigade is the key defensive formation for Hochbaden and is capable of operating on land or orbit. Jäger Group 261 Jäger Group 262 Jäger Group 263 Jäger Group 264 Nibelungen Jäger Brigade zvB The Nibelungen special purpose brigade is a very small formation. It is dispersed across the colony and is on task to aid the civil powers. It includes a special forces battalion that is highly skilled in littoral operations. which also has a light mechanised role. The other formation is a found from the space forces and is a multipurpose formation tasked for operations in orbit.Jg Division is the colony's light role formation and is trained for urban and littoral operations. There is one regular Bundesarmee unit and two of volunteers recruited from the major cities. Jäger Batallion 371 Bavarian Reserve Jäger Bn 272 'Goldberg' Bavarian Reserve Jäger Bn 277 'Neu Berlin' Hochbaden Kolonial Division Hochbaden The Hochbaden Defence Force consists of a division of troops. One brigade is a regular Kolonial Corps unit and the remaining two are locally recruited volunteers who mostly serve part time. but one that is highly trained.
Jg Brigade is a regular Bundesarmee formation drawn from IX Corps. Formerly a Bavarian unit based on Beta Canum it saw some action on that world during the war but was then transferred to Joi. However both colonies have large paramilitary police units that can perform as troops should tensions again rise. Jäger Bn 2141 (Ter Btl Raumhafen) Jäger Bn 2142 (Ter Btl Halbinsel) Jäger Bn 2143 (Ter Btl Frederich der Grosse) Colonial Special Purpose Unit (Kolonial Sonderverband) 1 . It has been equipped with the old LkPzVIII and LkPzTr-V series of AFVs in line with international attempts to minimise tensions on-world. 35 Jäger Brigade 35.LkPzGren is a part of 8. Jäger Bn 2061 (Feld Btl Raumhafen) Jäger Bn 2062 (Feld Btl Osnabrück) Jäger Bn 2063 (Feld Btl Magdeburg) 214 Nord-Deutsche Territorial Brigade 214. The brigade has been deployed to Adlerhorst for many years and is very much a part of the furniture in the colony. Vogelheim Adlerhorst is a world shared by French and German colonies and has been the site of no little unrest since Reunification.LkPzGren Div. Consequently the colonies' militaries are closely controlled in size and an Anglophone peacekeeping mission is present. Kolonial Division Neumark The Kolonial Division Neumark is a small formation equivalent in size to the French 210e Division d' Infanterie also present on-world. where it is widely believed it helped in the training on Elysian irregulars during their War of Independence. The Neumark Jäger battalion is very highly trained and recruits only the very best potential soldiers.Hochbaden Jäger Bn 278 'Zillertaller' Hochbaden Jäger Bn 279 'Ferdinand' Although not under the operational command of the Division the colonial police have several highly skilled paramilitary forces which defend the orbital facilities.ND.ND. The brigade has something of a reputation on Joi. a brigade of Hanoverian regulars and a brigade of local reservists.and anti-Reunification elements in the German colony. The main force is a regular LkPzGren Brigade re-equipped with obsolete equipment. Originally it bore some resemblance to a British style Light Brigade.Ter Brigade is the local reserve formation consisting mostly of volunteers and some reservists. Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 14 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 141 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 142 Lift Panzer Bn 143 Lift Panzer Bn 144 Joi Kolonial Division Landplatz-Frederich der Grosse The garrison of the North German initiated colony on Joi is composed of one national army brigade. It remains in the background but is the ultimate guarantor of German sovereignty over the colony. Kolonial-Brigade Neumark Jäger Batallion 372 Neumark Jäger Bn 273 14 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade 14. but this has changed somewhat since Reunification. especially between pro. most of which is based on Beta Canum. Jäger Bn 351 Jäger Bn 352 Jäger Bn 353 206 Nord-Deutsche Jäger Brigade 206. In addition the DSM have forces at the main naval bases. This is kept in reserve whilst the Jäger brigade works more closely with the international peacekeepers. Manning for the brigade is rotated between the Hannoverian battalions back on Earth and the locally raised Feld Btl Raumhafen. the 'Windhund' Division.Jg Brigade is a formation composed of North German regular forces. In addition a special operations battalion is based in the colony and concentrates on in-system operations mainly against Elysia and Toshamizu. It is the brigade that has most to do with foreign forces and participates in exchanges and exercises with British and Azanian forces.
JG 71 is happy to play on their image. Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 71 Richthofen (JG 71) – Lechfeld JG 71 is named after the famous First World War German fighter ace Rittmeister Manfred Freiherr von Richthofen. while many pilots have taken to wearing Imperial era Junker style uniforms and apparel while off duty. JG 71 is based in Bavaria and would be among the first Luftwaffe forces encountered by any French incursion into German airspace. After the war many German fighter aces were transferred to JG 71 for propaganda value and the unit has recruited a number of veteran foreign pilots. It served throughout the Twilight War and was never disbanded when Germany fractured into a number of different states in the early 21st Century. suffering and inflicting heavy losses in combat with the French Armée de l'Air. However the combat reputation of JG 71 is second to none and its pilots are considered among the best in the world. It defends the borders with Austrovenia. and its air wings which include the elite JG 71 fighter wing are maintained at very high operational levels.Erding 714 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 715 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 716 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Group III (Niederstetten) 717 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 718 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 719 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 75 Lowenhardt (JG 75) (Fassberg) Group I (Fassberg) 751 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 752 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 753 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Group II (Spangdahlem) 754 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 755 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 756 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Group III (Rhein-Main) 757 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 758 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 759 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 76 Jacobs (JG 76) (Ramstein) Group I (Ramstein) 761 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 762 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 763 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) Group II (Buchel) 764 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 765 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 766 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) Group III (Zweibrucken) 767 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) . JG 71 was involved in all air campaigns during the WoGR. the Netherlands and Switzerland. being incorporated into the new Hanoverian Luftstreitkräfte until it was transferred back to the Luftwaffe in 2292. Group I . Uniquely among modern Luftwaffe units JG 71 has remained in continual active service since the 20th Century.German Air Force Deutsches Luftwaffe 1 Air Division (Luftdivision) 1 Luftdivision is head quartered in Cologne-Bonn and controls air defence and early warning resources in western and southern Germany. with aircraft sporting bizarre paint and camouflage schemes. Flanders. France. and also supports 3 Luftdivision operations in the west. 1 Luftdivision operates the most modern German aircraft available. a trend that has also spread to other Luftwaffe units.Lechfeld 711 Sqdn (12 Anf-32E Sabel) 712 Sqdn (12 Anf-32E Sabel) 713 Sqdn (12 Anf-32E Sabel) Group II .
768 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 769 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) Recon Wing (Aufklärungsgeschwader) 51 Immelmann (AG 51) (Nordholz) Group I (Nordholz) 511 Sqdn (6 Df-221-AW Storch AEW) 512 Sqdn (6 Df-221-EW Storch ELINT) Group II (Roth) 513 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) 514 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) Group III (Cologne-Bonn) 515 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) 516 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) Missile Squadron (Flugkörpergeschwader) 2 (FKS 2) (Ramstein) Missile Artillery Bn 12 Missile Artillery Bn 14 Anti-Aircraft Missile Sqdn (Flugabwehrraketengeschwader) 1 (FBS 1) (Ramstein) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 25 Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 26 Anti-Aircraft Missile Sqdn (Flugabwehrraketengeschwader) 3 (FBS 3) (Cologne-Bonn) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 27 Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 28 Anti-Aircraft Missile Sqdn (Flugabwehrraketengeschwader) 5 (FBS 5) (Neuburg) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 20 Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 23 2 Air Division (Luftdivision) 2 Luftdivision is head quartered in Berlin-Tegel and defends the borders with Poland, the Czech Republic and the Baltic coast, and supports 3 Luftdivision operations in the east. The threat to Germany from Eastern Europe is not as intimidating as that from France, and 2 Luftdivision units are generally maintained at lower operational levels than 1 Luftdivision in the west. Many squadrons assigned to LG 53 on Dunkelheim have been drawn for 2 Luftdivision. However 2 Luftdivision is a capable force and would prove a formidable deterrent to any incursion into German airspace from Eastern Europe. Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 72 Udet (JG 72) (Laage) Group I (Lagge) 721 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 722 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 723 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) Group II (Laage) 724 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 725 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 726 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) Group III (Laage) 727 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 728 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 729 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 77 Rall (JG 77) (Berlin-Tegel) Group I (Berlin-Tegel) 771 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 772 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 773 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) Group II (Berlin-Tegel) 774 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 775 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) 776 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) Group III (Laage) 777 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) 778 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) 779 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 78 Batz (JG 78) (Holzdorf)
Group I (Holzdorf) 781 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 782 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 783 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Group II (Berlin-Tegel) 784 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 785 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 786 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Group III (Holzdorf) 787 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 788 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) 789 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel) Recon Wing (Aufklärungsgeschwader) 52 Dietrich (AG 52) (Berlin-Tegel) Group I (Berlin-Tegel) 521 Sqdn (6 Df-221-AW Storch AEW) 522 Sqdn (6 Df-221-EW Storch ELINT) Group II (Berlin-Tegel) 523 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) 524 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) Group III (Berlin-Tegel) 525 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) 526 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) Missile Squadron (Flugkörpergeschwader) 1 (FKS 1) (Berlin-Tegel) Missile Artillery Bn 13 Missile Artillery Bn 15 Anti-Aircraft Missile Sqdn (Flugabwehrraketengeschwader) 2 (FBS 2) (Berlin-Tegel) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 21 Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 24 Anti-Aircraft Missile Sqdn (Flugabwehrraketengeschwader) 4 (FBS 4) (Kiel) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 29 Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 30 Anti-Aircraft Missile Sqdn (Flugabwehrraketengeschwader) 6 (FBS 6) (Holzdorf) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 22 Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 31 3 Luftdivision 3 Luftdivision is head quartered in Cologne-Bonn and controls five fighter-bomber wings. JGB 31 and JGB 34 support German ground forces in the west, and JGB 32 and JGB 35 support forces in the east. JGB 33 functions as a reserve wing for both fronts, and Group III is on deployment to Dunkelheim. Fighter-Bomber Wing (Jagdbombergeschwader) 31 Boelcke (JGB 31) (Neuburg) Group I (Ramstein) 311 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 312 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 313 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) Group II (Norvenich) 314 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 315 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 316 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) Group III (Neuburg) 317 Sqdn (18 Ks-10 Grendel) 318 Sqdn (18 Ks-10 Grendel) 319 Sqdn (18 Ks-10 Grendel) Fighter-Bomber Wing (Jagdbombergeschwader) 32 Berthold (JGB 32) (Holzdorf) Group I (Holzdorf) 321 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 322 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 323 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) Group II (Berlin-Tegel)
324 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 325 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) 326 Sqdn (12 Cr-2G Libelle) Group III (Berlin-Tegel) 327 Sqdn (18 Ks-10 Grendel) 328 Sqdn (18 Ks-10 Grendel) 329 Sqdn (18 Ks-10 Grendel) Fighter-Bomber Wing (Jagdbombergeschwader) 33 Hartmann (JGB 33) (Celle) Group I (Celle) 331 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 332 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 333 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) Group II (Buckeburg) 334 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 335 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 336 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) Group III (Celle) 337 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) 338 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) 339 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) Fighter-Bomber Wing (Jagdbombergeschwader) 34 Sachsenberg (JGB 34) (Gutersloh) Group I (Gutersloh) 341 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 342 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 343 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) Group II (Gutersloh) 344 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 345 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 346 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) Group III (Bentlage) 347 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) 348 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) 349 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) Fighter-Bomber Wing (Jagdbombergeschwader) 35 Neumann (JGB 35) (Berlin-Tegel) Group I (Berlin-Tegel) 351 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 352 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 353 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) Group II (Laage) 354 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) 355 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) 356 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) Group III (Holzdorf) 357 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) 358 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) 359 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) Independent wings Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 73 Steinhoff (JG 73) (Wittmundhafen) JG 73 was re-established at the beginning of the WoGR but traces its lineage back to the pre-Twilight War unit of the same name which adopted the night-fighter traditions of the WW2 Luftwaffe. During the Twilight War JG 73 established an impressive air-to-kill ratio against Soviet aircraft in Europe, but its aircraft were eventually grounded and the unit disbanded as fuel supplies ran out. Re-formed in 2292 from ex-Bavarian fighter pilots with experience and knowledge of French aircraft and tactics, the main role of the wing is as an aggressor force that trains pilots in dissimilar combat tactics. JG 73 is also a test and evaluation unit for new Luftwaffe aircraft, although the wing is fully combat capable and equipped with frontline aircraft and its squadrons are periodically deployed to Canada and Norway on exercises. JG 73 squadrons have also been assigned to LG 53 at Dunkelheim as part of Operation Hercules. JG 73 actively recruits foreign pilots to work as instructors, which include a number of pro-German nationalists from the Friehafen military.
Canada) Group II (Wittmundhafen) 734 Sqdn (6 An-87X Donnerschlag) (* on deployment to Nibelungen) 735 Sqdn (9 An-86A Donnerschlag. 3 Anf-22D Sabel) 739 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel. 3 An-86B Donnerschlag) Group III (Wittmundhafen) 737 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel. 3 Anf-22D Sabel) Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 74 Voss (JG 74) (Nordholz) Group I (Nordholz) 741 Sqdn (12 An-82G Falke) 742 Sqdn (12 An-82G Falke) 743 Sqdn (12 An-82G Falke) Group II (Jever) 744 Sqdn (12 An-82C Falke) 745 Sqdn (12 An-82C Falke) 746 Sqdn (12 An-82C Falke) Group III (Berlin-Tegel) 747 Sqdn (12 An-82C Falke) 748 Sqdn (12 An-82C Falke) 749 Sqdn (12 An-82C Falke) Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) 53 (LG 53) (Dunkelheim) Group I (Dunkelheim) 337 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) (* JGB 33) 338 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) (* JGB 33) 339 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) (* JGB 33) Group II (Dunkelheim) 827 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) (* JG 77) 828 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) (* JG 77) 829 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) (* JG 77) Group III (Dunkelheim) 637 Sqdn (12 Loadmaster III) (* LTG 63) Group IV (Dunkelheim) 525 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) (* AG 52) 526 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) (* AG 52) Deutsche Kolonial Luftwaffe Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Nibelungen (LG Nibelungen) (Nibelungen) Group I (Nibelungen) 301 Sqdn (12 An-86A Donnerschlag) 302 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) 303 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) Group II (Nibelungen) 304 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) (* on deployment to BCV-4) 305 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) (* on deployment to Joi) 306 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) Group III (Nibelungen) 701 Sqdn (12 An-82C Falke) 702 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 706 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) Group IV (Nibelungen) 503 Sqdn (12 Cr-40 Nachtteufel) 504 Sqdn (12 An-83 Roggenhund) (* on deployment to Joi) Group V (Nibelungen) . 3 An-86B Donnerschlag) (* Andoya AB. 3 Anf-32F Sabel) 733 Sqdn (9 Anf-32C Sabel. 3 Anf-22D Sabel) 738 Sqdn (12 Anf-32C Sabel. 3 Anf-32F Sabel) 732 Sqdn (9 Anf-32C Sabel. Norway-SU) 736 Sqdn (9 An-86A Donnerschlag.Group I (Wittmundhafen) 731 Sqdn (9 Anf-32E Sabel. 3 Anf-22F Sabel) (* CFB Cold Lake.
601 Sqdn (12 Loadmaster III) 603 Sqdn (17 Ne-77) 604 Sqdn (14 Ne-77) Group VI (Nibelungen) Missile Artillery Bn 10 Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 32 Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Beta Canum (LG Beta Canum) (German Continent. Joi) 305 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) (* Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Nibelungen) 707 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 607 Sqdn (18 Ne-77) 504 Sqdn (12 An-83 Roggenhund) (* Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Nibelungen) Missile Artillery Bn 2/11 (* one battery from Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Beta Canum) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 2/33 (* one battery from Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Beta Canum) Air Group (LuftGroupn) Vogelheim (LG Vogelheim) (Alderhorst. Vogelheim) 608 Sqdn (12 Ne-77) Air Transport Command (Lufttransportkommand) Air Transport Wing (Lufttransportgeschwader) 61 (LTG 61) (Berlin-Tegel) Group I (Berlin-Tegel) 611 Sqdn (6 MAE Haley) 612 Sqdn (6 Df-221 Storch) 613 Sqdn (18 Fk-12 Summenvogel) (* Cologne-Bonn) Air Transport Wing (Lufttransportgeschwader) 62 (LTG 62) (Berlin-Tegel) Group I (Berlin-Tegel) 621 Sqdn (12 WD-3 Skyking) 622 Sqdn (12 WD-3 Skyking) Group II (Berlin-Tegel) 623 Sqdn (12 Df-221-K Storch) 624 Sqdn (12 Df-221-K Storch) Group III (Cologne-Bonn) 625 Sqdn (12 Df-221-K Storch) 626 Sqdn (12 Df-221-K Storch) Air Transport Wing (Lufttransportgeschwader) 63 (LTG 63) (Berlin-Tegel) Group I (Berlin-Tegel) 631 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 632 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 633 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) Group II (Hohn) 634 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 635 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 636 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) Group III (Berlin-Tegel) 637 Sqdn (12 Loadmaster III) (* on deployment to Dunkelheim) 638 Sqdn (12 Loadmaster III) 639 Sqdn (12 Loadmaster III) . BCV-4) Group I 304 Sqdn (12 An-84G Rottkappchen) (* Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Nibelungen) 703 Sqdn (12 Sh-11G Scheide) 705 Sqdn (18 Cr-50D Wirbelsturm) Group II 505 Sqdn (12 An-83 Roggenhund) 605 Sqdn (16 Ne-77) Missile Artillery Bn 11 (* one battery only) Anti-Aircraft Missile Bn 33 (* two batteries only) Air Group (LuftGroupn) Hochbaden (LG Hochbaden) (Hochbaden) 606 Sqdn (12 Ne-77) Missile Artillery Bn 3/11 (* one battery from Air Wing (Luftgeschwader) Beta Canum) Air Group (LuftGroupn) Joi (LG Joi) (Halbinsel.
Air Transport Wing (Lufttransportgeschwader) 64 (LTG 64) (Cologne-Bonn) Group I (Cologne-Bonn) 641 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 642 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 643 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) Group II (Landsberg) 644 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 645 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 646 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) Group III (Wuntsdorf) 647 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 648 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) 649 Sqdn (12 Bf-212 Rinder) Air Transport Wing (Lufttransportgeschwader) 65 (LTG 65) (Berlin-Tegel) Group I (Berlin-Tegel) 651 Sqdn (12 Cuirassier) 652 Sqdn (12 Cuirassier) (* Cologne-Bonn) 653 Sqdn (9 Cuirassier) (* on deployment to Nibelungen) Air Force Security Regiment (Objektschutzregiment der Luftwaffe) Battalion 1 (Ramstein) Battalion 2 (Berlin-Tegel) Battalion 3 (Nordholz) Battalion 4 (Cologne-Bonn) Battalion 5 (Nibelungen) Battalion 6 (BCV-4) Battalion 7 (Berlin-Tegel) Battalion 8 (Fassberg) .
UK 24 Special Air Service Regiment (24 SAS) – Wellon. 1 Light Brigade is tasked with either interventions or peacekeeping operations. They are based around brigade groups of infantry forces. Royal Engineers (2 Cdo RE) 11 Commando Logistics Regiment (11 CLR) 3 Commando Brigade Group. RM (52 Cdo) 53 Commando. Henry's Star Highside Station. The heaviest equipped are the Commando Brigades which normally operate from the assault ships of the RN. RM (MCT/Nuclear Security) 3 Coys.1 Section – Fox Bay. 1st Commando Division. UK (Assigned to 5 Cdo Bde) 30 Commando (Assault). Sol Hawking Station. RM (53 Cdo) . 16 Air Assault Brigade has recently re-equipped with Raven aerodynes and has immense flexibility for intervention missions anywhere in the world. 15 Air Assault Brigade is organized to act as either an entry force for European interventions or as a pivot force for I Corps in conventional operations. RM – HMS Vindictive. Alpha Centauri Churchill Station. Royal Marines – Plymouth. RM Tactical Branch M Squadron. Zeebrugge Group. RM 3 Recce Squadron. RM 52 Commando. however it has not yet recovered from its service on the French Arm against the Kafers. Royal Naval Signals Z Troop Special Planetary Section. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (201 REWS) 1 Commando Regiment. Nous Voila 5 Commando Brigade Group. Sol Clarke Station. West Falkland (Assigned to 3 Cdo Bde) No. UK Commando Division Command Group 1 Commando Division Command Regiment 201 Commando Tactical Squadron. Royal Engineers (1 Cdo RE) 2 Commando Regiment. In addition to Army units the UKJRF is also able to call upon Royal Navy and Royal Air Force formations.3 Section – Plymouth. and can draw upon heavy support from their divisional units. Hawking Station Wellington Station. Clarksstar Spence Station. RM – detached to 6th (South Atlantic) Division 4 Commando Brigade Group. 61 Ursae Majoris ASLAN Pathfinder Company United Kingdom Joint Reaction Forces The UKJRF are a grouping of units designated as lead elements of any British military intervention. Royal Horse Artillery (1 RHA) 126 Commando Regiment (V). which are organized to allow ease of movement. Tirane Special Boat Service. RM (Long-Range Recce) Commachio Group.Kingdom of Great Britain United Kingdom Special Forces Command (UKSF) Strategic Branch Special Air Service 22 Special Air Service Regiment (22 SAS) – Hereford. RM A Troop B Troop X Troop Y Squadron.2 Section – Nous Voila (Assigned to 4 Cdo Bde) No. RM No. Royal Artillery (126 RA) 1 Commando Regiment. Queen Alice's Star De Villebis Station. RM – detached to British Forces. Sol Gateway Station.
UK 4 Recce Group 'Waterloo' 4th Bn. I Corps Recce Group 16/5th Lancers (16/5 L) The Queen's Own Yeomanry (QOY) The Royal Yeomanry (RY) 1st Bn. Army Air Corps (17 AAC) 18 Regiment. Royal Artillery (50 RA) 5 Commando Air Group (5 CAG) 61 Independent Commando Squadron. Royal Horse Artillery (23 RHA) 2 Assault Squadron. Royal Engineers I (British) Corps – Aldershot. UK 1st Division Command Group . 29 Regiment. Royal Horse Artillery (40 RHA) 81 Field Squadron. RM 50 Commando Regiment. Royal Artillery (27 RA) 44 Orbital Defense Regiment. on. Contingency planning is mainly concerned with European operations and possible expeditionary forces to the South Atlantic or South America in the event of a 4th Rio Plato War. The Royal Wellon Airmobile Regiment (102 RWAR) 19 Regiment.Earth mobile headquarters. The Parachute Regiment (5 PARA) 102nd Bn. RM (41 Cdo) 15th Air Assault Brigade – Colchester. Royal Artillery (2 RA) 15 Hvy Regiment. The Corps has an attached recce group. I Corps is designated to deploy anywhere on Earth with up to 3 British Divisions together with Allied forces in support of British interests. Royal Artillery (32 RA) 27 Air Defense Regiment. The Highland Light Infantry (1 HLI) The Honourable Artillery Company (V) (HAC) 21 (Artists) Special Air Service Regiment (V) (21 SAS) 23 Special Air Service Regiment (V) (23 SAS) 1 Strategic Regiment. The Parachute Regiment (4 PARA) 17 Regiment. UK Pathfinder Group 'Pegasus' 1st Bn. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (1 REWS) I Corps Artillery Group 2 Hvy Regiment. The Light Infantry (4 LI) 1st Bn. indeed with the departure of II Corps to the French Arm it is the only major. It is the main controlling force for British heavy combat operations. Royal Artillery (V) (105 RA) 114 Hvy Regiment. Royal Artillery (44 RA) 105 Hvy Regiment. Army Air Corps (20 AAC) 23 Lt Regiment. Royal Artillery (15 RA) 32 Hvy Regiment. Army Air Corps (19 AAC) 20 Regiment. RM (58 Cdo) 501 Assault Squadron. The Parachute Regiment (1 PARA) 4th Bn. Royal Artillery (V) (114 RA) 1st Armoured Division – Aldershot. Royal Engineers 16th Air Assault Brigade – Dishforth. The Royal Irish Rangers (1 RIR) 1st Bn. Royal Engineers 3 Commando Logistics Regiment (3 CLR) Commando Division Recce Group 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards (4 DG) 41 Commando. The Royal Ulster Fusiliers (1 RUF) 40 Lt Regiment.58 Commando. Royal Engineers 1st Light Brigade Group – Tidworth. Royal Artillery (19 RA) 1 Assault Squadron. Army Air Corps (18 AAC) 19 Lt Regiment. UK I Corps is based in Aldershot in the south-east of England. UK Pathfinder Group 'Bruneval' 5th Bn.
Royal Engineers (1 ARMD RE) 2 Regiment. The Yorkshire Regiment (1 YORKS) 3rd Bn. The Connaught Rangers ( 1 CR) nd 2 Division Recce Group 4th/8th (Queen's Royal Irish) Hussars (4/8 H) 1st Bn. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (101 REWS) 1 Armoured Regiment. Royal Artillery (25 RA) 26 Med Regiment. Royal Artillery (31 RA) 8 Med Regiment. The Welsh Guards (2 WG) st 1 Division Artillery Group 31 Hvy Regiment. Royal Artillery (30 RA) 2nd Division Air Group 3 Regiment. Royal Engineers (2 ARMD RE) 4th Armoured Brigade 6th Royal Tank Regiment (6 RTR) 1st Wellon Armoured Regiment (1 WAR) 1st Bn. The Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders (1 A&SH) 2nd Bn. UK 5th Division Command Group 5 Armoured Command Regiment 105 Armoured Tactical Squadron. Royal Artillery (26 RA) 45 Med Regiment. The Royal Irish Rangers (2 RIR) 1st Bn. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (4 RRF) 1st Bn. Army Air Corps (4 AAC) 5th Armoured Division . The Black Watch (2 BW) 1st Division Recce Group 2nd Light Dragoons (15th/19th King's Hussars) (2 LD) 2nd Bn. The Yorkshire Regiment (3 YORKS) 5th Armoured Brigade 4th Royal Tank Regiment (4 RTR) 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons (6 D) 1st Bn. Royal Artillery (45 RA) 30 Air Defense Regiment. The Queen's Regiment (1 QUEENS) rd 3 Armoured Brigade 8th Royal Tank Regiment (8 RTR) The Royal Horse Guards (The Blues) (RHG) 1st Bn. UK 2nd Division Command Group 2 Armoured Command Regiment 102 Armoured Tactical Squadron. The Staffordshire Regiment (1 STAFFORD) nd 2 Division Artillery Group 9 Hvy Regiment. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (105 REWS) .1 Armoured Command Regiment 101 Armoured Tactical Squadron.Edinburgh. The Worcestershire & Sherwood Foresters Regiment (1 WFR) th 6 Armoured Brigade 5th Royal Tank Regiment (5 RTR) 17th/21st Lancers (17/21 L) 2nd Bn. The Devon & Dorset Regiment (1 D&D) 1st Bn. Royal Artillery (16 RA) 2nd Armoured Division – Catterick. Royal Artillery (9 RA) 25 Med Regiment. Royal Artillery (42 RA) 16 Air Defense Regiment. Army Air Corps (2 AAC) 2nd Armoured Brigade 9th Royal Tank Regiment (9RTR) 2nd Life Guards (2 LG) 4th Bn. Army Air Corps (3 AAC) 4 Regiment. Royal Artillery (8 RA) 42 Med Regiment. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (102 REWS) 2 Armoured Regiment.
RM 29 Commando Regiment. Royal Horse Artillery (3 RHA) 18 Med Regiment. Bombay 3rd Bn. Army Air Corps (14 AAC) 15th Armoured Brigade 6th Dragoon Guards (Scots Carabiniers) (6 DG) 2nd Bn. The Worcestershire & Sherwood Foresters Regiment (1 WFR) 26 Med Regiment. The Scottish Rifles (1 SR) – detached 11 (Wellon) Armoured Division th 5 Division Artillery Group 39 Hvy Regiment. Royal Naval Brigade British Jungle Warfare School . The Royal Scots (1 RS) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Marines (71 Cdo) 301 Assault Squadron. Beta Canum-4 3rd Armoured Division – detached to IV (Alician) Corps – Alicia. Royal Artillery (39 RA) 3 Med Regiment. Princess Margaret's Wellon Light Infantry (2 PMWLI) 3rd Bn. British Bombay Training Mission – Queen Alice Barracks. Royal Artillery (22 RA) II (Commonwealth) Corps – detached to Commonwealth Expeditionary Forces (CEF) – New Africa. East Falkland 5th Armoured Brigade – Mount Pleasant. Royal Artillery (26 RA) 3 Commando Brigade Group. Army Air Corps (15 AAC) 16th Armoured Brigade 3rd (Prince of Wales' Own) Dragoon Guards (3 DG) 1st Bn. Royal Engineers . Royal Artillery (18 RA) 49 Med Regiment. Joi British Joint Overseas Command BJOC is an administrative command controlling all British ground and air forces deployed on Earth outside of the British Isles that do not have a deployment force tasking.5 Armoured Regiment. The Royal Anglian Regiment (3 R ANGLIAN) 15 Regiment. Many of these commitments have political implications and date back many years. East Falkland 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons (6 D) 1st Bn. RM – Fox Bay. West Falkland 1 Recce Squadron. The King's Own Scottish Borderers (1 KOSB) 16 Regiment. CEF – New Cornwall. Royal Artillery (29 RA) 3 Commando Air Group (3 CAG) 59 Independent Commando Squadron. Royal Engineers (5 ARMD RE) 14th Armoured Brigade 1st (Royal) Dragoons (The Royals) (1 D) 2nd Bn. The Grenadier Guards (3 GREN GDS) British Military Liaison Mission Brazil British Indian Ocean Territories – Diego Garcia Drake Company. training commands and liaison missions. RM 35 Commando. The Dublin Fusiliers (2 DF) 1st Bn.Guyana 1st Bn. The Royal Anglian Regiment (1 R ANGLIAN) th 6 (South Atlantic) Division – Port Stanley. Royal Artillery (49 RA) 22 Air Defense Regiment. This includes all garrisons. The Leinster Regiment (1 LR) 14 Regiment. RM (35 Cdo) 37 Commando. RM (37 Cdo) 71 Commando. Beowulf 3rd Light Brigade Group – detached to Joi Southern Defense Command. Listed below are the major deployments but the British have a surprising number of Military Liaison and Training Teams deployed around the world and most of these are not listed. Devon & Dorset Regiment (1 D&D) 1st Bn. Army Air Corps (16 AAC) 5th Division Recce Group 3rd/7th (Queen's Own) Hussars (3/7 H) 1st Bn.
The Queen's Lancashire Regiment (1 QLR) 1st Bn. With the escalation of the Kafer War a major re-working of these forces has taken place. The King's Regiment (2 KINGS) 2nd Bn. The Royal Gurkha Rifles (7 RGR) Gibraltar Garrison Brigade 1st Bn. Ross Island. Maneuver Forces 19th Mechanized Division 19th Division Command Group . The Hong Kong Border Regiment (1 HKBR) Light Regiment. The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (1 RHKR) 2nd Bn. Royal Hong Kong Police Peacekeeping Forces 6th Bn. mobility and training priorities. Several battalions have been mobilised to take on garrison roles. The 3rd Independent Gorkha Rifles (2/3 IGR) 3rd Bn (V). The Royal Scots (2 RS) 2nd Bn. JBID is a unified command system integrating the air. The Royal Falklands Regiment 1st Bn (V). Cyprus 7th Bn. The Royal Gurkha Rifles (4 RGR) 8th Bn. The former 5 Infantry Divisions each of 3 brigades have been converted into 10 French style 'flat' divisions this has freed up many extra staff officers required for the front as well as additional training funding for the battalions. It is split into manoeuvre and regional forces depending on the level of equipment.1 Commando Logistics Regiment (1 CLR) Falklands Defense Force 1st Bn. British Antarctica 5th (Royal Inniskilling) Dragoon Guards (5 DG) 2nd Bn. The Royal Wessex Regiment (2 R WESSEX) Joint Commonwealth Battle School – Medicine Hat. Royal Naval Brigade Special Intervention Unit (SIU). The Royal Gurkha Rifles (6 RGR) – Central Asian Republic United Kingdom Defense Forces (UKDF) The UKDF is mainly composed of TAVR forces but with some regular units included. sea and land forces of Britain and Ireland. Special Service Force (1 Cdo SSF) Hong Kong Defense Force 2nd Gurkha Brigade 2 Gurkha Recce Group 2nd Bn. The Royal Gibraltar Regiment (2 R GIB R) Commomwealth Greenland Brigade 2nd Bn. The Regional Forces have been heavily re-organised. Canada 2nd Royal German Legion Line Battalion (KampfGroup Halle) Cyprus Garrison – Akrotiri. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (2 PPCLI) 1 Commando. The Royal Gurkha Rifles (8 RGR) 14 (Gurkha) Lt Regiment. The Manouvre Forces have been revitalised with more modern equipment cast off by the regular army and taken on an increased role in fulfilling Britain's on Earth commitments. The Royal Gibraltar Regiment (1 R GIB R) 2nd (Artillery) Battalion. Royal Artillery (14 RA) Hong Kong Brigade 1st Bn. The Royal Hong Kong Regiment (3 RHKR) 1st Bn. In times of war the UKDF would come directly under the command of the Joint British Isles Defence Command (JBID). Alberta. The most noticeable change is the numbering change of the divisions and brigades to bring them into line with the regular Army and leaving only the Light Division and Airborne forces out of this sequence. The South Atlantic Regiment 131 (Falklands) Regiment (V). Royal Hong Kong Artillery Cunningham Company. The Royal Gurkha Rifles (2 RGR) 4th Bn. new battalions raised and regular battalions (including several newly returned from the French Arm) have been formally integrated into the structure. The Royal Falklands Regiment 2nd Bn (V). Royal Artillery 49th Independent Armoured Group – Sir Vivian Fuchs Barracks.
The Royal Scots (5 RS) 6th Bn (V). The Royal Wessex Regiment (6 R WESSEX) st 21 (City of London) Mechanized Brigade The 2nd City of London Yeomanry (Devil's Own) (2 CLY) 7th Bn (V). The Wellon Guards (1 WELLON GDS) 55 (King's Troop) Lt Regiment. The Welsh Guards (1 WG) 1st Bn. The Royal Green Jackets (10 RGJ) 11th Bn (V). The Black Watch (6 BW) rd 23 (NW) Mechanized Brigade The Yorkshire Light Horse (North Riding) (YLH) 10th (Durham) Bn (V).19 Mechanized Command Regiment 19 Mechanized Regiment (V). The Royal Irish Rangers (4 RIR) . The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (11 RRF) 24th (NW) Mechanized Brigade The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry (Dragoon Militia) (DLY) 7th Bn (V). The London Scottish (The London Regiment) (1 L SCOTS) 19th Division Recce Group The Royal Mercian Yeomanry (RMY) 19th Division Artillery Group 107 Hvy Regiment (V). Royal Horse Artillery (55 RHA) 1st Airborne Brigade 10th Bn (V). Royal Artillery (103 RA) 113 Air Defense Regiment (V). The Light Infantry (10 LI) 11th (Tyneside) Bn (V). The Royal Welch Fusiliers (5 RWF) 7th Bn (V). The Queen's Regiment (7 QUEENS) 1st Bn (V). The Royal Regiment of Wales (7 RRW) th 20 (SW) Mechanized Brigade The Royal Wessex Yeomanry (R WX Y) 3rd Bn (V). Royal Artillery (119 RA) 110 Med Regiment (V). Royal Artillery (110 RA) 106 Air Defense Regiment (V). The Parachute Regiment (12 PARA) 15th Bn (V). Royal Artillery (107 RA) 103 Med Regiment (V). The Queen's Lancashire Regiment (7 QLR) 5th Bn (V). The Devon & Dorset Regiment (3 D&D) 6th (Berkshire & Wiltshire) Bn (V). Royal Engineers (20 MECH RE) 22nd (Scottish) Mechanized Brigade The Royal Scottish Yeomanry (R SCOTS Y) 5th Bn (V). The Parachute Regiment (10 PARA) 12th Bn (V). The Royal Green Jackets (11 RGJ) 4th Bn (V). The Parachute Regiment (15 PARA) 101 Parachute Regiment (V). UK Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) 2nd Bn. Royal Artillery (113 RA) 20th Mechanized Division 20th Division Command Group 20 Mechanized Command Regiment 20 Mechanized Regiment (V). Royal Artillery (101 RA) 109 Parachute Squadron (V). The Grenadier Guards (2 GREN GDS) 1st Bn. The King's Own Royal Border Regiment (5 KORBR) th 20 Division Recce Group The Loyal Manchester Yeomanry (Red Devils) (LMY) 20th Division Artillery Group 119 Hvy Regiment (V). Royal Artillery (106 RA) 32 (Guards) Light Brigade – London. Royal Engineers 4th Airborne Brigade 10th Bn (V). Royal Engineers (19 MECH RE) 19th (Welsh) Mechanized Brigade The 2nd Royal Welsh Yeomanry (Border Rifles) (2 RWY) 5th Bn (V).
The Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment (4 WFR) . 43rd (Wessex) Division 43 Command and Support Regiment 4th Bn. Royal Artillery (122 RA) 43 General Regiment (V). engineer and command and support regiments. Most are reservists but each division has at least one regular battalion. The Leeds Rifles (1 LEEDS R) – Close recce role 9th (West Yorkshire) Bn (V). The Royal Anglian Regiment (7 R ANGLIAN) 9th Bn (V). whilst one TA battalion is a Close Recce unit (most are newly raised battalions and still training) and the remainder GS battalions. Royal Artillery (115 RA) 18th (Combat Walker) Mechanized Brigade The Border Reivers Yeomanry (BRY) The Northumbrian Yeomanry (Hussars) (NY) The King's Own Lincolnshire Yeomanry (KOLY) 12th Bn (V). The regular battalions are now re-organising to Light Role. The Devon & Dorset Regiment (4 D&D) 13th (Somerset & Cornwall) Bn (V). The Queen's Lancashire Regiment (3 QLR) 14th (Shropshire & Herefordshire) Bn (V). The Yorkshire Regiment (11 YORKS) 12th (King's Own Yorkshire) Bn (V). artillery and engineer units. The Rifle Volunteers (Royal Wessex) (2 R VOLS) 5th (Gloucestershire) Bn (V). The Royal Wessex Regiment (5 R WESSEX) 4th Bn (V). Royal Engineers 17th (SE) Mechanized Brigade The Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars (QO O H) The 1st City of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) (1 CLY) 8th Bn (V). The York & Lancashire Regiment (3 YLR) 4th Bn (V). The Light Infantry (12 LI) 3rd (Hallamshire) Bn (V). The Light Infantry (13 LI) 122 Field Regiment (V). The Yorkshire Regiment (9 YORKS) 11th (Duke of Wellington's) Bn (V). The Rifle Volunteers (Royal Wessex) (1 R VOLS) 2nd Bn (V). The Royal Green Jackets (12 RGJ) th 26 (Recce) Mechanized Brigade The 1st Royal Welsh Yeomanry (The Ancient British) (1 RWY) The Royal Anglian Yeomanry (R ANGLIAN Y) The Staffordshire Yeomanry (Black Country Lancers) (STAFFS Y) Regional Forces Regional forces are composed of infantry.102 Lt Regiment (V). The Royal Green Jackets (4 RGJ) 1st Bn (V). However in case of invasion they would provide vital service holding static positions and undertaking warfare in forests and urban areas. The Royal Anglian Regimant (9 R ANGLIAN) 10th (Warwickshire) Bn (V). Royal Engineers (43 RE) 48th (South Midlands) Division 48 Command and Support Regiment 3rd Bn. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (13 RRF) 14th Bn (V). The Light Infantry – Close recce role 7th Bn (V). Currently the divisions have been most useful in providing individual volunteers for service on the French Arm. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (The London Regiment) (12 RRF) 115 Med Regiment (V). Royal Artillery (102 RA) 110 Independent Sqn. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (10 RRF) 13th Bn (V). The units are all lightly equipped and with soft-skinned transport. Royal Artillery (117 RA) 48 General Regiment (V). The York & Lancashire Regiment (1 YLR) 1st Bn (V). The Queen's Regiment (8 QUEENS) 12th (Royal) Bn (V). Many of these regular battalions are newly returned from the Kafer War and whilst recovering are also passing on their experience to the TAVR battalions. Royal Engineers (48 RE) 49th (Yorkshire) Division 1st Bn. however the geographical names are not always completely accurate. Support is provided by artillery. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (14 RRF) 117 Field Regiment (V). The new divisions have taken on ancient historic identities. The Isle of Wight Rifles (1 IoW R) – Close recce role 1st (Royal) Bn (V).
129 Field Regiment (V), Royal Artillery (129 RA) 49 General Regiment (V), Royal Engineers (49 RE) Corps of Guides – Lumsden Barracks, Bombay The Corps of Guides is a unique unit in the British military establishment. It is a semi-official, quasi-mercenary brigade that is funded by the British Government through the Foreign Office. Scinde Horse Deccan Horse 1st Sikh Rifles 2nd Sikh Rifles Rajputania Rifles Hyderabad Light Infantry Royal Air Force Fighter Command Fighter Command operates in support of the RAF's main role, the defence of the British Isles. Fighter Command is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the United Kingdom's air space, an area which is defined rather hazily. This leads to the occasional dispute with Britain's neighbours. Fighter Command has two main aircraft types, Fury F.3 fighters and Lightning F.5 interceptors. It also has four squadrons of Gladiator DF.5 unmanned fighters for point defence duties. The Fury aircraft protect the south of the country, where their greater agility is expected to be more use. The Lightning aircraft are tasked for long range protection across the North Sea and out into the Atlantic. The Gladiators are retained for the defence of airfields and other key points. Guardian AEW aircraft in combination with Vulcan AEW drones direct the interceptors, whilst tankers from Transport Command provide air-to-air refueling. The Furies and Lightnings have a secondary ASAT role, being able to launch orbital interdiction weaponry. Fighter Command also has three static long range SAM/Rapid Fire Laser squadrons which can tackle a range of threats including missile attacks and orbital strikes. Fighter Command can be reinforced by aircraft from Strike Command or Fleet Air Arm. The latter is routine when Carrier Air Wings are ashore in the United Kingdom. Currently 56 Squadron is serving with JTAG-3 on New Africa. No. 10 Group No. 11 Group No. 13 Group No. 14 Group Strike Command Strike Command provides air combat support to the British Army. It has a mixture of Fury F.3 and Tempest GR.1 aircraft as well as Guardian AEW control aircraft. Strike Command is often called upon to deploy aircraft with the JTAGs. 3 and 4 Squadrons and a detachment from 8 Squadron saw action on Beta Canum with JTAG-2 during the Invasion and have since returned to Earth. Strike Command is also on high readiness to reinforce No.4 Group in the South Atlantic if tensions with Argentina rise again. Currently 1, 20 and 100 Squadrons are deployed with the JTAGs on New Africa along with a detachment from 51 Squadron. 6 Squadron is deployed to New Cornwall on Joi. Several pilots from Strike Command have been seconded to the air forces of Alicia and New Africa. Due to the pace of operations Strike Command is seriously understrength in the British Isles and should a crisis arise on Earth much of the burden would fall upon the RN. No. 1 Group No. 2 Group No. 9 Group Bomber Command Bomber Command is tasked with British strategic force projection around the world, while the Royal Navy supplies tactical force projection from its carrier fleet. Bomber Commands aircraft carry a range of munitions from conventional cruise
missiles to tactical nuclear devices. In addition Bomber Command has a range of assets for strategic reconnaissance to supplement the capabilities of the wide range of satellites in British service. Bomber Command's main aircraft are the Vanguard B.2 and the Mosquito RB.1. It also uses converted Artemis R.1 for photographic reconnaissance and Artemis R.2 for electronic and signals intelligence gathering purposes. A detachment of Mosquitos of 618 Squadron operated to great effect on New Africa during the Invasion, these have been replaced by a detachment from 617 Squadron. No. 8 (Pathfinder) Group No. 5 Group No. 6 Group Coastal Command Coastal Command is in charge of the maritime protection of the United Kingdom. As such its primary assets are its Artemis MRS.3 aircraft that can detect, identify and destroy a whole range of surface and sub-surface targets as well as being able to protect itself from individual roving aircraft. Artemis crews are normally joint crews, with RN personnel serving alongside their RAF counterparts. Four squadrons are deployed around the British Isles, one squadron is deployed in the South Atlantic and one squadron provides detachments to Hong Kong, Indian Ocean, Gibraltar and other locations. In addition the RAF provides half of the United Kingdom's Search and Rescue assets with its Osprey R.1 tilt-rotor craft. In times of emergency these craft can also perform anti-submarine warfare tasks. 207 Squadron is tasked with being Coastal Command's SAR reserve, however it also has the role of Combat Search and Rescue and detachments from 207 accompany Strike Command aircraft when on deployment. No. 3 Group No. 7 Group No. 18 Group Transport Command Transport Command provides British forces with a range of services. The bulk of the force is dedicated to airlift of British forces, both at a tactical and strategic level. The perennial Atlas C.5 is the in-theatre workhorse, whilst the heavy AngloFrench SLA (Strategic Lift Aircraft) Constellation equips three squadrons of aircraft. A further squadron is equipped with converted Lincoln airliners for comfortable movement of personnel and cargo. Transport Command also controls the Royal Air Force's tanker fleet. These assets are normally deployed to the other Commands especially Fighter and Bomber Commands. Manned tanker aircraft are used in support of Bomber Command, whilst drones are used for more routine tasks. Strike Command operates tactically in support of the Army and so rarely requires tanker support. Lastly there are two VIP transport squadrons. 32 (Royal) Squadron is responsible for the air transport of members of the Royal Family, as such it has a range of aircraft from helicopters, to business jets to a Swift Transatmospheric cruiser. It is not uncommon for the Royals to take the controls of these aircraft themselves.18 Squadron performs the same role for members of the government and senior military officers from all the services, although in slightly less plush surroundings. No. 15 Group No. 17 Group No. 19 Group No. 20 Group Training Command Training Command has a vital function within the RAF for both flight and tactical training as well as ensuring pilots transfer
on to new aircraft types successfully. Joint Basic Flight Training for RAF and RN flight crew takes place on propeller driven aircraft at No.1 and No.2 Flight Training Schools at RAF Linton-on-Ouse and RAF Cranwell. Fast jet training is conducted at No.3 FTS at RAF Valley in Wales. Multi-engine training is undertaken by No.4 FTS also at RAF Cranwell. Search and rescue training is conducted at Fleet Air Arm training establishments. It also has oversight of RAF's University and air experience units and the Commonwealth Flight Testing Facility . Training Command also has responsibility for ensuring that pilots are trained in the use of the aircraft they will be flying at their squadrons. This is the responsibility of the Operational Conversion Units, which are in most circumstances co-located with operational squadrons. In time of war the OCU form an extra reserve of planes and aircraft will be flown by the instructors. The final task of training command is in the operational training of active duty squadrons. This is conducted in three places; Canada, Brazil and Wellon. Training at these locations is conducted by multi-type British squadrons in the aggressor role as well as with the help of local forces. No. 50 Group No. 51 Group No. 52 Group No. 54 Group Orbital Command The RAF has responsibility for the UK's Anti-satellite and anti-ballistic missile defences, this includes the satellite and radar tracking resources required to target these objectives. The main weapon are the Phoenix ASAT missiles controlled by three Squadrons of the RAF Regiment. Two of these squadrons are located at silos across the British Isles, the third squadron is equipped with mobile launchers which can be deployed virtually anywhere. A final responsibility of Orbital Command is for orbital lift provided for by two squadrons of Landers. Although the Royal Space Corps has the primary responsibility for this role the RAF retains some capability. No. 16 Group No. 21 (RAF Regiment) Group Defence Command Defence Command is responsible for the defence of RAF bases, both permanent and temporary facilities. The Command is manned primarily by airman-soldiers of the RAF Regiment and reservists of the RAuxAF Regiment. These are responsible for last ditch close in air defence of the bases and the defence of them on the ground. The Command also has oversight of RAF Police and fire services as well as RAF Regiment specialist units. No. 30 (RAuxAF Regiment) Group No. 31 (RAF Regiment) Group No. 33 (RAF Regiment) Group No. 34 (RAF Regiment) Group No. 4 Group 4 Group has the task of defending the airspace of the British South Atlantic Territories and providing air support to local British Army forces. It operates in conjunction with the carrier air groups of the Royal Navy's Atlantic Fleet. 4 Group concentrates on the provision of air defence to the Falklands and air support to the isolated 49th Armoured Group which garrisons the Antarctic areas. There are also detachments for ASW, refuelling and troop movement but these operate under different chains of command. The Group is manned by squadrons detached in rotation from the various Commands. No. 22 Group
It is currently responsible for the administrative support of RAF and RN units comprising JTAG-3 and JTAG-4. The Group currently has no operational squadrons under command. 25 Group This Group is based on Joi in the colony of New Cornwall. 35 Group 35 Group is the RAF's presence in Wellon on the world of Tirane. however it is responsible for supplying RAF units further up the French Arm. Scotland Cunningham Company – HSM Tamar. 23 Group 23 Group is based in Alicia on Beowulf. England Collingwood Company – San Carlos Naval Base. It is a small HQ with no major assets. Mawgan. Vincent Company – Yeovilton NAS. England St. most of which are dedicated to the training role with only 41 Squadron in an operational role. The reserve squadrons are holding units for aircraft which are manned by squadrons rotating out from Earth to training at the Joint Air Warfare Centre. No. Indian Ocean Nelson Company – Rosyth Naval Base. No. It relies on aviation assets from the neighbouring Azanian colony. Royal Navy Home Fleet Atlantic Fleet Far East Station Indian Ocean Station Caribbean Guard Squadron Colonial Fleet Royal Naval Brigade 1st Battalion – Plymouth. Scotland Drake Company – Diego Garcia. England 4th Battalion – HMS Caledonia. It is a small group but has taken on an overview role covering civil aviation as well as its own assets. Falkland Islands 2nd Battalion – Rosyth Naval Base.22 Group is located in New Africa on Beta Canum-4. No. England Lewis Company – RAF St. England Hawke Company – Devonport. England Benbow Company – Plymouth. 24 Group 24 Group is the RAF's presence on Crater. Hong Kong 3rd Battalion – Plymouth. It commands a number of squadrons. England Cochrane Company – Yeovilton NAS. The Group has requested reinforcement but it has been bottom of the RAF's list of priorities. No. New Cornwall . New Africa Hood Company – RAF St. Wellon Fisher Company – HMS Caledonia. Peters. New Africa Churchill Company – HMS Anson.
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2nd Irish Cavalry Regiment (FCA) (2 ICR) 1st/3rd Battalion (FCA). The regular units include reconnaissance. Royal Leinster Rifle Volunteers (2 RLRV) 3rd Oriel Battalion. It includes regular medium recce and close recce units as well as a volunteer special forces squadron and special duties artillery OP regiment. fire. The IDC is a fixed command headquartered in Dublin. The Airtleira Regiment of Ireland (3 ARI) 2nd Irish Division 2 Irish Div is drawn from Munster and Connaught. 1st Irish Cavalry Regiment (FCA) (1 ICR) 1st (Fusilier) Battalion. The Airtleria Regiment of Ireland (1 ARI) 5th Air Defence Regiment (FCA). The Dublin Fusiliers (1DF) 2nd Bn. It is normally manned with one heavy MLR regiment and one volunteer air defence regiment. The Royal Ulster Volunteers (1 RUV) 2nd Bn. Command Reconnaissance Group The CRG is a formation of brigade size tasked to provide surveillance and recce support for the whole IDC. Royal Leinster Rifle Volunteers (4 RLRV) 3rd Field Regiment (FCA). The Munster Regiment (2MR) 4th Field Regiment (Fianoglach) (FCA). Ulster. City of Dublin Volunteers (3 CDV) 1st Leinster Battalion. The Munster Regiment (1/3 MR) . City of Dublin Volunteers (1 CDV) 2nd Battalion. Irish Air Corps (1 IAC) – Hunter/Wasp 2nd (Combat Support) Regiment. The 2nd Regiment has two squadrons of tactical lift tilt-rotors and one squadron of surveillance drones. but retains the capability to become a mobile Corps command if required. The Queen's Regiment (2 QUEENS) 2nd Field Regiment. The 1st Regiment is equipped with one squadron of Hunter multi-role fighter aircraft and two squadrons of Wasp fighter drones. Ireland 1st Bn. The Munster Regiment (1 MR) 1st Bn (Regular). Irish Air Corps (3 IAC) 16 Irish Brigade Group – The Curragh. The Airtleria Regiment of Ireland (2 ARI) 1st Irish Division 1 Irish Div is the defence division drawn from the east coast of Ireland from Dublin and Leinster. Royal Leinster Rifle Volunteers (3 RLRV) 4th Pearse Battalion. The Airtleria Regiment of Ireland (5 ARI) Command Air Group The CAG is the Irish contribution to both the air defence. The Irish Guards (2 IG) 2nd Bn. Ireland 1st Bn. Royal Artillery (37 RA) 36 Irish Brigade Group – Theipval Barracks. 1st (Air Defence) Regiment. however it can swiftly bring the other artillery formations under control to deliver required volumes of fire. The Leinster Regiment (2 LR) 1st Bn. Eire The IDC today is composed of a number of mostly regular brigade sized formations as well as three volunteer divisions. Royal Leinster Rifle Volunteers (1 RLRV) 2nd Uisneach Battalion. The Royal Wessex Regiment (1 R WESSEX) 1st Bn. Irish volunteer units either have 'Volunteer' in the title or 'V' for Ulster TA or 'FCA' (Fórsa Cosanta Áitiúil) for reserve units from the other Provinces and Dublin. The volunteer divisions are organised in a manner similar to French infantry divisions and have had that structure for sometime unlike their British UKDF counterparts. 3rd Irish Cavalry Regiment (3 ICR) 2nd Bn. 1st Field Regiment. The Airtleria Regiment of Ireland (4 ARI) I Sqdn. strike capability and the tactical mobility of the IDC. Ireland Defence Command – Dublin. The Light Infantry (1 LI) 37 (Irish) Regiment. air and two manoeuvre groups and can include formations drawn from both Irish and British establishments. 23 Special Air Service Regiment (V) (I/23 SAS) Command Fire Group The CFG is a fairly small formation that interfaces closely with both the CRG and the CS artillery formations attached at brigade and division level. City of Dublin Volunteers (2 CDV) 3rd (Coisithe) Battalion. Irish Air Corps (2 IAC) 3rd (General Support) Regiment. The 3rd Regiment is responsible for VIP transport and liaison tasks using a variety of civilian aircraft.Republic of Ireland HQ.
Ulster Volunteer Brigade (3 UVB) 111 (Ulster) Regiment (V). Connaught Volunteers (1 CV) 3rd Battalion. Royal Artillery (111 RA) . Connaught Volunteers (1 CV) 6th Field Regiment (FCA).2nd/3rd (Coisithe) Battalion (FCA). The Royal Ulster Rifles (3 RUR) 3rd Battalion (V). The Royal Ulster Volunteers (4 RUV) 1st (County Donegal) Battalion. The Munster Regiment (1/5 MR) 1st (Coisithe) Battalion. Ulster Volunteer Brigade (1 UVB) 2nd (City of Derry) Battalion. The Airtleira Regiment of Ireland (6 ARI) 3rd Irish Division 3 Irish Div is drawn from the province of Ulster. The Munster Regiment (2/3 MR) 1st/4th Battalion (FCA). The North Irish Horse (V) (NIH) 5th Battalion (V). The Royal Ulster Fusiliers (3 RUF) 4th Battalion. The Munster Regiment (1/4 MR) 1st/5th Battalion (FCA). Connaught Volunteers (1 CV) 2nd Battalion. Ulster Volunteer Brigade (2 UVB) 3rd (Cavan and Monaghan) Battalion. The Royal Irish Rangers (5 RIR) 3rd Battalion (V).
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NATRES) Van Boreel Hussar Regiment – Light Recce (Licht Verkennings) 301 Light Recce Sqdn (301 Lichte Verkennings Eskadron) 302 Light Recce Sqdn (302 Lichte Verkennings Eskadron) 303 Light Recce Sqdn (303 Lichte Verkennings Eskadron) 304 Light Recce Sqdn (304 Lichte Verkennings Eskadron) 305 Light Recce Sqdn (305 Lichte Verkennings Eskadron) Regiment of Dragoons – Light Security (Licht Beveiligings) 101 Lichte Beveiligings Eskadron Infanterie Beveiligings Compagnie Infanterie Verkennings Compagnie .KCT) 101 Commando Bn 108 Commando Bn 109 Long-Range Recce Company 110 Long-Range Recce Company 1st Army Corps 11 Air Assault Brigade 11 Air Assault Battalion "Garderegiment Grenadiers" 12 Air Assault Battalion "Regiment Van Heutsz" 13 Air Assault Battalion "Regiment Stoottroepen Prins Bernhardt" 14 Air Assault Battalion "Garderegiment Jagers" 12 Artillery Regiment 11 Engineer Battalion 11 Recce Company 11 Air Defence Company Tactical Transport Group Klu 299 Sqdn (Medium Lift) [Stallion C4] 300 Sqdn (Medium Lift) [Stallion C4] 301 Sqdn (Attack) [Fox S4] 302 Sqdn (Attack) [Fox S4] 303 Sqdn (Recce/Light Lift) [Lynx C3/CR3] 304 Sqdn (Recce) [Peregrine SR16] 1 Engineer Brigade Corps Troops 1st Division “7 December” 13 Mechanised Brigade 41 Mechanised Brigade 43 Mechanised Brigade 4th Division 51 Mechanised Brigade 52 Mechanised Brigade 53 Mechanised Brigade 12 Light Brigade National Territorial Command (Nationaal Territoriaal Commando .Kingdom of the Netherlands Royal Netherlands Army Koninklijke Landmacht Commando Corps (Corps Commandotroepen .
Marine Corps (Hoofdkwartier Corps Mariniers – HKKM) W Company (Interface Cdo) Marine Intervention Unit (Unit Interventie Mariniers .Royal Netherlands Marine Corps Corps Mariniers Headquarters.UIM) Marine Operational Group (Groep Operationele Eenheden Mariniers – GOEP) Marine Battalion 1 (MARBAT 1) Marine Battalion 2 (MARBAT 2) Marine Battalion 3 (MARBAT 3) – OPCOM to Commander Naval Forces Caribbean. Special Boat Service (7 SBS) Mortar Company 1 Mortar Company 2 Engineer Company 1 Engineer Company 2 Royal Netherlands Air Force Koninklijke Luchtmacht – Klu .7 Section. Curacao Amphibious Battle Group 1 (Amphibische Gevechtsgroep 1 – AGGP 1) – OPCOM to 4 Cdo Bde (UK) Amphibious Battle Group 2 (Amphibische Gevechtsgroep 2 – AGGP 2) – OPCOM to 3 Cdo Bde (UK) Combat Support Battalion (CSBAT) Long-Range Recce Company Mountain Leader Platoon Amphibious Recce Platoon No.
West Pomeranian Division 1st 'Warsaw' Mechanized Brigade 9th 'Dresden' Mechanized Brigade .East Baltic Division 4th 'Krolewski 22nd' Mechanized Brigade 2 5th 'Lwiw' Armored Cavalry Brigade 5 12th 'Piotrokow Guards' Mechanized Brigade 3 39th Air Defense Brigade 62nd Combat Engineer Brigade 77th Artillery Brigade Lublin Division 18th 'Lublin' Mechanized Brigade 20th 'Minsk Guards' Mechanized Brigade 3 22nd 'Bilgoraj' Mountain Rifle Brigade 23rd 'Piotrkow' Armored Cavalry Brigade 55th Aviation Brigade 67th Combat Engineer Brigade 75th Artillery Brigade (-) 83rd Air Defense Brigade Territorial Command .Republic of Poland Polish Army Wojsko Polskie Army Headquarters and Strategic Reserve Strategic Operations Forces 1st 'Warsaw' Guards Brigade 1 1st 'Gdansk' Commando Brigade 2nd 'Krakow' Commando Brigade (-) 3rd 'Warsaw' Commando Brigade 1st Cavalry Division 1st 'Kiev' Armored Cavalry Brigade (-) 5 5th 'Saksonia' Armored Cavalry Brigade 10th 'Kalisz' Air Cavalry Brigade 50th 'Blekitna Dywizja' Armored Cavalry Brigade 2 33rd Air Defense Brigade 40th Artillery Brigade 41st Artillery Brigade 60th Combat Engineer Brigade Gdansk Division 2nd 'Lithuanian' Naval Assault Brigade 2 6th 'Czestochowa' Air Assault Brigade (-) 4 36th 'Nowogard' Armored Cavalry Brigade 38th Air Defense Brigade 56th Aviation Brigade 61st Combat Engineer Brigade Krakow Division 3rd 'Monte Cassino' Mountain Rifle Brigade 5 8th 'Krakow' Mechanized Brigade 21st 'Podolski' Mountain Rifle Brigade 17th Air Defense Brigade 45th Aviation Brigade 90th Combat Engineer Brigade 95th Artillery Brigade Territorial Command .
depending on the situation. which was annihilated by German and American forces during the Battle of Czestochowa (24 May to 7 June 1997) during the Twilight War. it would either be used to garrison the capital. 6th 'Czestochowa' Air Assault Brigade Battle Group Sosabowski.These units trace their lineage to Soviet forces which remained in Poland at the end of the Twilight War and were eventually incorporated into the Polish Army. 2nd 'Krakow' Commando Brigade Notes 1 . The 50th Brigade's "Blekitna Dywizja" ("Blue Division") name references its origin as the US 50th "Jersey Blues" Armored Division. 4 . 75th Artillery Brigade 2nd Regiment. with an additional battalion of light infantry attached and a squadron of CC-21 heavy tanks. 2 .17th 'Radom' Mechanized Brigade 43rd Aviation Brigade 56th Artillery Brigade 79th Air Defense Brigade 88th Combat Engineer Brigade Silesian Division 11th 'Wroclaw' Mechanized Brigade 14th 'Silesia' Mechanized Brigade 19th 'Kalisz' Mechanized Brigade 24th 'Legnica' Armored Cavalry Brigade 41st Aviation Brigade 72nd Artillery Brigade 103rd Air Defense Brigade Reserve Force Command 1st Reserve Brigade 2nd Reserve Brigade 3rd Reserve Brigade II Polish Expeditionary Corps – deployed with Armee de Liberation.The Warsaw Guards Brigade is configured like an Armored Cavalry Brigade. which was primarily made up of units of the Franco-Canadian Royal 22nd Regiment.These units trace their lineage to the American and Canadian XI Corps who were stranded in Poland at the end of the Twilight War and never repatriated. or attached to 1st Cavalry Army. . 3 . 1st 'Kiev' Armored Cavalry Brigade Battle Group Piotrowski.The unit was formed during the 21st or 22nd century and traces its lineage to WWII-era Free Polish forces. 6th 'Czestochowa' Air Assault Brigade 59th Aviation Brigade 63rd Combat Engineer Brigade 1st Field Artillery Regiment. 5 . Beta Comae Berenices 7th 'Lujcyka' Naval Assault Brigade Battle Group Jan Sobieski.The 6th Air Assault Brigade is descended from the 20th-century 6th Pomeranian Air Assault Division. During peacetime it serves a largely ceremonial function. During war. During the Age of Recovery the battle became the Polish "national epic" of the Twilight War (it has been retold in film of novel form several times) and there was a popular outcry to name the revived 6th AAB for its most famous battle when the division was reformed in 2045. The 4th "Krolewski 22nd" Brigade is descended from the Canadian 4th Mechanized Brigade.
) Divisão de Fuzileiros Navais is under the control of the Marinha Portuguesa.Republic of Portugal Portuguese Army Exército Português Parachute Intervention Brigade (Brigada Pára-quedista de Intervenção . 2. 5. The unit's place taken in Divisão de Fuzileiros Navais by 21o Batalhão de Fuzileiros Navais.) 3o Regimento de Cavalaria Paraquedista has two of its light squadrons detached. one supporting 1 BCP in Central Asia and another supporting 2 BCP in the French Arm.) 2o Batalhão de Cacadores Pára-quedista detached from BPI for service with the Brazilian military's Brigada Expedição (Divisão Expedição after 1 September 2303)in the French Arm.) 2o Batalhão de Fuzileiros Navais. circa 2303. .) 1o Batalhão de Cacadores Pára-quedista detached from the BPI for peacekeeping service in the Central Asian Republic. Central Asian Republic (CAR) 2o Parachute Rifle Bn2 3o Parachute Rifle Bn 3o Regimento de Cavalaria Pára-quedista (-)3 3o Grupo de Artilharia de Campanha Naval Fuzilier Division (Divisão de Fuzileiros Navais – DFN) .BPI) . 4. 3. Brazilian Marine Corps. on forces exchange with the Brazilian Marine Corps (Corpo de Fuzileiros Navais do Brasil) serving in the 'Zona de Quillombo' along the Inca Republic border.Lisbon 1o Batalhão de Fuzileiros Navais 2o Batalhão de Fuzileiros Navais5 Companhia de Reconhecimento e Accoes Especias (CRAE) 1a Divisão Português (DPOR) [HQ: Barreiro] 1a Brigada Mecanizada [HQ: Beja] 1o Regimento de Carros de Combate 3o Batalhão de Infantaria Mecanizada 4o Batalhão de Infantaria Mecanizada 2o Grupo de Artilharia de Campanha 2a Brigada Blindada [HQ: Viana do Castelo] 2o Regimento Blindado 3o Regimento de Carros de Combate 10o Batalhão de Infantaria Mecanizada 1o Grupo de Artilharia de Campanha 3a Brigada Ligeira [HQ: Castelo Branca] 5o Batalhão de Infantaria Ligeira 6o Batalhão de Infantaria Ligeira 7o Batalhão de Infantaria Ligeira [Azores] 5o Grupo de Artilharia de Campanha 1o Regimento de Cavalaria Reconhecimento 4o Grupo de Artilharia de Campanha (Misil) 2a Divisão de Guarda Voluntária (2 DGV) [HQ: Coimbra] 4a Brigada Mecanizada 6a Brigada Ligeira 4o Regimento de Cavalaria Reconhecimento 3a Divisão de Guarda Voluntária (3 DGV) [HQ: Beja] 5a Brigada Ligeira 7a Brigada Mecanizada 9a Brigada Ligeira [Azores] 2o Regimento de Cavalaria Reconhecimento ORBAT NOTES: 1.Lisbon 1st Special Rifles Bn 1st Parachute Rifle Bn – deployed peacekeeping duty.
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sabotage. some rumours of the SSG being used for "unattributable" operations have been raised (mostly by the yellow press). Although their mission is primarily one of POW rescue and CSAR during wartime.Sodankylä. and they are responsible for long-range reconnaissance.(Försvarsmaktens Specialuppdragskommando – FSK) The FSK (Defence Forces Special Missions Command) consists of units under direct Defence Staff control in peacetime. All FSK units are regular forces.(Specialspaningsgrupp.(Specialräddningsenhet. The SRE is the Army hostage rescue team. This includes peacekeeping/peace enforcement duties as well as interventions. Special Reconnaissance Group . Finland 7th Armoured Brigade . Finland 7th Armoured Recce Squadron 71st Armoured Battalion 72nd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 73rd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 75th Artillery Battalion 7th Engineer Company 7th Anti-Tank Company 7th Air Defence Company 7th Logistics Battalion 35th Armoured Brigade . Collectively the SRE is often called Group Gemini for their yearly big exercises (Exercise Gemini). SSG) 8 Platoons Special Rescue Unit . There are two 20-man platoons in the SRE. at peacetime they are responsible for heavy-duty counterterrorism and hostage rescue missions. The SSG is Scandinavia's equivalent for the British SAS. It is composed of eight platoons.Kouvola. while the mechanised units of the National Service Command act as defensive and secondary manoeuvre forces. They are not part of any brigade or division. 3rd Division – Helsinki. The main purpose of the Rapid Reaction Command is to provide the heavy manoeuvre element in national defence. Another important function for the Command is to provide troops for service abroad: the Scandinavian Union has a law that prohibits sending conscripts or reservists abroad unless they volunteer for it. In recent times. and similar missions. one responsible for ground operations (the "Green Platoon") and one responsible for maritime operations (the "Blue Platoon"). It consists of two divisions (the 3rd and the 9th) and an independent parachute brigade. SRE) Green Platoon – (Ground Ops) Blue Platoon – (Maritime Ops) Rapid Reaction Command – (Beredskapskommando – BK) The Rapid Reaction Command is the all-regular portion of the Scandinavian Army.Scandinavian Union Scandinavian Army Skandinaviska Armén Defence Forces Special Missions Command . Finland 35th Armoured Recce Squadron 351st Armoured Battalion 352nd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 353rd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 355th Artillery Battalion 35th Engineer Company 35th Anti-Tank Company 35th Air Defence Company 35th Logistics Battalion 3rd Divisional Artillery Group 14th Heavy Artillery Battalion 81st Heavy Rocket Artillery Battalion 3rd Divisional Support Group 3rd Divisional Air Defence Battalion 10th Support Battalion 23rd Engineer Battalion 24th Logistics Battalion . and the one most likely to see action. each of 20 soldiers.
Although lacking the tactical battlefield mobility and heavy firepower of the armoured brigades. it is "retained" under direct command of the Defence Forces Staff. reputedly trained in orbital drops as well as in normal parachute insertions. the 5th Parachute Brigade is not under any division command. an engineer company.9th Division – Copenhagen. capable of traditional infantry operations of offence and defence. Composed of three light infantry battalions. Unlike the armoured brigades. and also patrol. Instead. The Recce Company also has a section of 8 combat walkers. three parachute infantry battalions. the troops are called fallskärmsjägare ("parachute rangers") for their distinctive elite light infantry status. The In addition to their training as light infantry. indeed. reconnaissance and sabotage training.Haderslev. The Brigade is composed of a parachute recce company (pathfinders). The brigade is actually a parachute commando brigade. Denmark 3rd Armoured Brigade . Denmark 3rd Armoured Recce Squadron 31st Armoured Battalion 32nd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 33rd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 35th Artillery Battalion 3rd Engineer Company 3rd Anti-Tank Company 3rd Air Defence Company 3rd Logistics Battalion 12th Armoured Brigade . 5th Parachute Recce Company 501st Parachute Battalion 502nd Parachute Battalion 503rd Parachute Battalion 504th Parachute Training Battalion 505th Airmobile Artillery Battery 5th Airmobile Anti-Tank Company 5th Airmobile Air Defence Company 5th Logistics Battalion 70th Amphibious Battalion – Bergen. Norway The sole amphibious BK unit.Skövde. all troops (from the fighting soldiers to cooks) undergo the Ranger commando course at Karlsborg and the Arctic Training course at Sodankylä. This means that they are extremely versatile. they make up for it with a large number of antitank missile launchers and the support of both Army Aviation gunships and the tactical aircraft of the Scandinavian Air Force. Sweden 12th Armoured Recce Squadron 121st Armoured Battalion 122nd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 123rd Mechanised Infantry Battalion 125th Artillery Battalion 12th Engineer Company 12th Anti-Tank Company 12th Air Defence Company 12th Logistics Battalion 9th Divisional Artillery Group 15th Heavy Artillery Battalion 82nd Heavy Rocket Artillery Battalion 9th Divisional Support Group 9th Divisional Air Defence Battalion 11th Support Battalion 25th Engineer Battalion 26th Logistics Battalion 5th Parachute Brigade (Fallskärmsjägarbrigad 5) – Karlsborg. the 70th Amphibious Battalion (Amf 70) is not part of a division. an anti-tank company (with 16 light Jeep-type vehicles with heavy anti-tank missiles). an airmobile artillery battery (with 16 light 120mm guns). Sweden The 5th Parachute Brigade is the rapid deployment force of the Rapid Reaction Command. Each infantry battalion contains a platoon of Thor combat walkers in the support company. an air defence company (with 16 light vehicles with SAMs) and a logistics battalion. the brigade is designed to be "strategically mobile". but is placed at the direct . in addition to the normal equipment of an infantry battalion. Iceland and Svalbard) to reinforce a particularly threatened axis. meaning it can be deployed anywhere in the Scandinavian Union (including the "outremer" areas of Greenland.
respectively) and is considered one of the finest cold-weather/adverse conditions units in Scandinavia. but wish to do something for their country).Trondheim The Royal Infantry Guards* . principally trained in MOUT operations in defence of the national capitals. . mostly equipped with obsolete weapons. VPK Denmark Jutland Brigade .command of the Defence Forces Staff. Each country's conscripts are undergo their service in a training unit in their country (a soldier fighting for his home fights the hardest). They are the first-line reserve force. the 70th Amphibious Battalion also trains with the hover-mobile armoured brigades (the Scandinavian doctrine stresses joint operations in this regard) and with the British and Dutch Marines. the 70th Amphibious Battalion's primary responsibility is training the other (national service) amphibious battalions. three Coastal Ranger companies and a support company.Copenhagen VPK Finland Kainuu Brigade .Östersund Östergotland Regiment .Linköping The Swedish Life Guards* . In peacetime. their traditions and honours were passed on to the battalions in the newer units.Helsinki VPK Norway Finnmark Brigade . They also share honour guard duties.Niinisalo Jaeger Guards Regiment* . Aside from their own training.Kajaani Pori Brigade . the Hemvärnet would be formed into local defence companies and battalions.Boden Skaraborg Brigade . such as welcoming visiting heads of state to the city they are based in. the Queen's Life Regiment and the Prince's Life Regiment. are now carried by the 31st Armoured Battalion.HV) The Hemvärnet (Home Guard) is an organisation for reservists and volunteers (those who do not wish to join the Army proper. a headquarters company.Kungsängen *These are Life Guard units. Their wartime mission is to either reinforce Iceland. The battalion receives a hearty dose of arctic and mountain training (at Sodankylä and Lakselv.Copenhagen 30th Artillery Regiment . the Royal Life Guards. if not Europe.Aalborg The Amalienborg Life Guards* . their support company has a platoon of Thor CWs attached for direct support. Home Guard – (Hemvärnet .Aalborg Zealand Brigade . or spearhead the re-capture of the said places along with the paratroops and armoured forces. the traditions of the fourth guard unit.Oslo 32nd Artillery Regiment .Stockholm 33rd Artillery Regiment . For instance. At mobilisation. National Service Command – (Värnpliktskommando – VPK) The National Service Command is responsible for training the conscript portion of the Scandinavian Army.Bergen 13th Air Defence Regiment .Oslo VPK Sweden Norrbotten Brigade .Helsinki 31st Artillery Regiment .Hammerfest SondenParaeldske Dragoon Brigade . the Amalienborg Guards consists of three battalions. These brigades are not full-strength units.Skövde 72nd Amphibious Battalion . Greenland or the Svalbard Islands.Lahti 71st Amphibious Battalion .Roskilde 11th Air Defence Regiment . Instead.Rena Oslo Regiment . the Guard Hussars.Säkylä Häme Regiment . The battalion has been built up as a regular amphibious battalion: it has a tactical HQ. they are to be brought to full strength by mobilisation of reservists.Oslo 73rd Amphibious Battalion .Dragsvik 12th Air Defence Regiment .Vaxholm 14th Air Defence Regiment . Many of the Scandinavian countries had more than one guards unit. Like any other light infantry battalion.
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Canada Mexico Texas United States . Today a fiercely independent Texas stands between a reduced America who has neither forgiven or forgotten and a Mexico who controls all of central America. While confrontation and tension is high in the south in the north Canada has made her own way in the world.North America North America has been a likely flash point since the end of World War 3 and the Mexican annexation of southern regions of the United States.
The performance of the CEF seems to has laid this concern to rest. engineering and logistics elements. Whilst the Peacekeeping Command units are the first units called upon it is common for extra troops to be called in from the Mobile or Intervention Commands especially when an operation is in an early stage. Infantry battalions are organized either as mechanised or light formations. even if they remain in crates. Canada Royal Canadian Dragoons 3rd Bn. Canada 1 Canadian Armoured Brigade Group – seconded to II (Commonwealth) Corps – CEF 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group – CFB Shilo. However after several debacles through the years Canadian units now take almost all their integral heavy weapons in theatre with them. Royal Canadian Regiment 3rd Bn. Kingston. Quebec. Princess Louise's Canadian Fusiliers 6th Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery 6 Combat Engineer Battalion 6 Service Battalion 6 Field Ambulance Commonwealth Greenland Brigade – command rotates between Canadian and British Armies 2nd Bn. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry 1 Commando. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry 1st Bn. located at the International Peace Support Training Centre in Kingston. Peacekeeping Command is a relatively glamorous part of the Canadian Forces as they are the most frequently deployed on operational duties. Royal 22e Regiment 2nd Regiment. This policy served 3 RCR well on Vogelheim when it was caught up in the Kafer War. The King's Regiment Peacekeeping Command – International Peace Support Training Center. The Royal Scots 2nd Bn. Units in this command are organized slightly differently than their war-fighting colleagues. 1st Canadian Division – CFB Petawawa. Ontario. Canada often works closely with Australian peacekeepers but tend to take on fewer tasks than their more militaristic southern hemisphere counterparts. In order not to disrupt its front-line brigades Canada formed a Peacekeeping Command to provide manpower for its commitments. . Whilst also being very capable of aiding Canada's defense from any threat they are optimized for deployment outside of mainland Canada. Canada Royal Canadian Lancers (Atlantic Rifles) 3rd Bn. Princess Louise's Canadian Fusiliers 5e Regiment Artillery Leger Du Canada 5e Regiment du Genie de Combat 5e Battalion de Service 5 Field Ambulance 6 Canadian Brigade Group – CFB Gagetown.Federation of Canada Canadian Land Forces Army Mobile Command Army Mobile Command controls most of Canada's on Earth regular forces. Canada Canada is a major contributor to peacekeeping operations. However it has been a long term worry for the Generals that the peacekeeping ethos is infecting other parts of the Army and reducing possible combat effective. Manatoba. Ontario. Canada 12e Regiment Blinde du Canada 2e Bat. Royal 22e Regiment 2nd Bn. Special Service Force 2nd Bn. The bulk of AMC forces are composed of the Brigade Groups of the 1st Canadian Division and the independent Anglo-Canadian Brigade that garrisons Greenland. New Brunswick. being more modular and with higher levels of support and service support. Royal Canadian Horse Artillery 2 Combat Engineer Regiment 2 Service Battalion 5 Field Ambulance 5e Groupe-Brigade Mechanise du Canada – BFC Valcartier. These formations include a number of infantry units but also command.
Royal British Columbia Highlanders 5th Field Artillery Regiment. Royal Algonquin Regiment 21st Air Defense Artillery Regiment (Lanark and Renfrew Scottish). Most units can muster around 50% manpower for annual training. This was most recently during the Twilight Era when the militia protected their own communities from Soviet invasion in the west and marauders from both sides of the border. SSF and the RCN's Pacific Command. RCA 6th Combat Engineer Regiment 10/11 Service Support Battalion . Today the Militia continue in this role and man some 14 brigades in armoured. The individual Brigade Groups are capable of independent action and can stand alone within their regions. mechanised and infantry roles. Royal Canadian Artillery 10th Field Artillery Regiment. but could swiftly come up to maximum strength in times of crisis. Duke of Connaught's Own 1st Battalion. Royal Canadian Artillery 58th Air Defense Regiment. Royal Canadian Artillery 15th Field Artillery Regiment. Royal Canadian Regiment – deployed Punjab 2nd Bn. It frequently operates alongside 3 Cdo. Royal Canadian Artillery 44th Field Engineer Regiment 4th Intelligence Company rd 3 Canadian Division Le Regiment de Hull Alberta Light Horse 2nd (CW) Bn. however many units suffer from an excess of maintenance on ageing equipment during training periods. Royal British Columbia Highlanders 4th Battalion. Special Service Force 3 Commando. Special Service Force Colonial Command 4 Commando. 2nd Canadian Division British Colombia Dragoons Fort Gary Horse 1st (CW) Bn.1st Bn. Voluntary military service is well regarded and popular in Canada. Special Service Force Army Reserve Command Canada has traditionally relied on Militia or reserve forces for the defence of the mainland. Royal British Columbia Highlanders 2nd Battalion. Royal British Columbia Highlanders 3rd Battalion. Royal Canadian Artillery 2nd Intelligence Company Western Area Group The Western Area Group is the administrative formation that controls all of the formations based in the West of Canada in peacetime. Royal Canadian Regiment 1st Bn. Joint Militia and regular personnel also provide manpower for 2 divisional headquarters capable of taking control of a number of mobilised Militia Brigade Groups. Royal Algonquin Regiment 4th Air Defense Artillery Regiment. Royal Canadian Artillery 18th Air Defense Artillery Regiment. It is a well regarded brigade with good levels of combat readiness. 10 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group 10 CIBG is trained in amphibious operations along the coast of British Columbia. Special Service Force 5 Commando. Royal 22e Regiment – deploying Central Asian Republic 1 Peace Support Engineer Regiment 1 Peace Support Service Regiment – deployed Flanders 2 Peace Support Service Regiment Peace Support Command Regiment Intervention Command 1st Bn. Canadian Airborne Regiment 2 Commando.
Windsor Regiment 1st Battalion. King's Own Calgary Regiment 1st Battalion. Royal Saskatchewan Regiment 2nd Battalion. Movement is by mountain capable all-terrain vehicles and firesupport is provided by a regiment of venerable 165mm Light Guns. This results in much travelling by its units. Canadian Scots & Irish Regiment 4th Battalion. Saskatchewan Dragoons 1st Battalion. Queen's Own York Regiment 2nd Battalion. Canadian Scots & Irish Regiment 2nd Battalion. Queen's York Rangers (1st American Regiment) 1st Battalion. Canadian Scots & Irish Regiment 49th Field Artillery Regiment. when the unit actually exercises as a whole it frequently uses the Joint Commonwealth Battle School training facilities near Medicine Hat. Calgary Highlanders 1st Battalion. and whilst training standards have increased manpower levels have decreased because of the increased commitment. Queen's Own York Regiment 7th Field Artillery Regiment. Queen's Own Winnipeg Regiment 2nd Battalion. Canadian Scots & Irish Regiment 3rd Battalion. The brigade is very lightly equipped and is also ski trained. RCA . North Alberta Light Infantry 20th Field Artillery Regiment. 21/26 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group 21/26 CIBG is a urban operations trained light infantry brigade that also specialises in small boat operations on the Great Lakes. Highland Light Infantry of Canada 3rd Battalion. Highland Light Infantry of Canada 2nd Battalion. Highland Light Infantry of Canada 4th Battalion. RCA 31st Combat Engineer Regiment (The Elgins) 22/23 Service Support Battalion 24 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group 24 CIBG is a light infantry brigade that has increasingly been trained in operations in mountainous and arctic regions. Highland Light Infantry of Canada 11th Field Artillery Regiment. This is by far the largest region with some nine Brigade Groups being recruited from the area. North Alberta Light Infantry 2nd Battalion. Whilst much training time is taken up with vehicle maintenance. RCA 21/26 Service Support Battalion 22/23 Canadian Mechanised Brigade Group This mechanised brigade is equipped with older generation American AFV's.14/15 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group 14/15 CIBG is trained as a mountain warfare unit which makes excellent use of training areas in the Rocky Mountains. Royal Saskatchewan Regiment 1st Battalion. 1st Hussars 1st Battalion. Calgary Highlanders 2nd Battalion. RCA 8th Combat Engineer Regiment 14/15 Service Support Battalion 16/17 Canadian Mechanised Brigade Group This prairie based brigade is a mechanised formation still equipped with obsolete Cromwell and Fusilier vehicles. Queen's Own Winnipeg Regiment 26th Field Artillery Regiment. Queen's Own York Regiment 3rd Battalion. RCA 33rd Combat Engineer Regiment 16/17 Service Support Battalion Central Area Group The Central Area Group is the administrative formation that controls all of the formations based in the heavily populated central portion of Canada in peacetime.
Governor General's Guards 30th Field Artillery Regiment. Sherbrooke Hussars 1st Battalion. Governor General's Guards 2nd Battalion. Loyal Ontario Regiment 2nd Battalion. Le Régiment de Mont-Royal 2nd Battalion. that has started to suffer from the age of its equipment causing an increasing maintenance burden and eating into training time. Régiment des Voltigeurs Canadiens . RCA 27/54 Service Support Battalion 28/29 Canadian Mechanised Brigade Group 28/29 CMBG is a mechanised formation equipped with obsolete British AFV's. RCA 25 Service Support Battalion 27/54 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group This brigade has two major roles. Governor General's Guards 3rd Battalion. Le Régiment de Sherbrooke 3rd Battalion. It operates as a urban operations specialist infantry brigade. It should be noted that the 3rd Battalion of the Régiment de Mont-Royal is organised as a specialist urban close assault infantry unit. RCA 3rd Combat Engineer Regiment 51/53 Service Support Battalion 52e Groupe-Brigade Infanterie du Canada 52 GBIC is trained as an urban operations infantry battalion. RCA 28/29 Service Support Battalion 51e/53e Groupe-Brigade Blindé du Canada 51/53 GBBC is a unique unit within the Canadian Land Forces as it is equipped with heavy tracked AFV's acquired from Manchuria in the late 2260's. It trains to deploy into the north of Quebec and the Labrador region. Le Régiment de Sherbrooke 2nd Battalion. Le Régiment de Mont-Royal 3rd Battalion. Ontario Regiment 1st Battalion. 12e Régiment Blindé du Canada (Milice) 1st Battalion. Royal Canadian Hussars 1st Battalion. Governor General's Guards 4th Battalion. Princess Of Wales' Own Highland Rifles 116th Field Artillery Regiment. Loyal Ontario Regiment 56th Field Artillery Regiment. Le Régiment de Mont-Royal 2nd Field Artillery Regiment. whilst also being responsible for providing ceremonial parties for the Canadian government at Ottawa-Hull and other locations. Loyal Ontario Regiment 3rd Battalion. RCA 9th Combat Engineer Regiment 52 Service Support Battalion 55e Groupe-Brigade Mechanise du Canada 55 GBMC is a well equipped brigade equipped with older model American AFVs. Toronto Regiment 1st Battalion. However the regular army had no intention of converting one of its mobile mechanised brigades and instead the big Type-27's and their APC counterparts were issued to the militia.2nd Combat Engineer Regiment 24 Service Support Battalion 25 Canadian Mechanised Brigade Group This brigade is equipped with obsolete British AFV's. Governor General's Horse Guards 1st Battalion. Princess Of Wales' Own Highland Rifles 4th Battalion. This came about after an embarrassing conflict of interests between the government of the day and the Defence Forces which resulted in the purchase of Manchurian tracked AFV's. 51/53 is a hard hitting unit. Princess Of Wales' Own Highland Rifles 2nd Battalion. Princess Of Wales' Own Highland Rifles 3rd Battalion. Le Régiment de Sherbrooke 62nd Field Artillery Regiment.
It is trained for amphibious operations along the eastern seaboard. RCA 56th Combat Engineer Regiment 36 Service Support Battalion . It also exercises frequently with Anglo-Canadian Atlantic naval assets. and trains frequently with 2 Cdo. RCA 45th Combat Engineer Regiment 31/33 Service Support Battalion 36 Canadian Infantry Brigade Group 36 CIBG is the Eastern Area equivalent of 10 CIBG. Régiment des Voltigeurs Canadiens 6th Field Artillery Regiment. The Royal New Brunswick Regiment 3rd Field Artillery Regiment. having recently received 1 CABG's old Makwa and Tecumseh armoured fighting vehicles (still far more modern than what the brigade had been using). SSF and British Royal Marines. The Nova Scotia Highlanders 2nd Battalion. The Eastern Area has quite a high priority and would be amongst the first forces to be mobilised in a general war. The Royal New Brunswick Regiment 2nd Battalion. 31/33 Canadian Mechanised Brigade Group 31/33 CMBG is a well equipped mobile force. The Royal Newfoundland Regiment 2nd Battalion. 10th Canadian Hussars 1st Battalion. The Royal Newfoundland Regiment 84th Field Artillery Regiment.2nd Battalion. so places a high priority on cold weather warfare. Régiment des Voltigeurs Canadiens 3rd Battalion. The Nova Scotia Highlanders 1st Battalion. It gains from its co-location with the regulars of 6 CMBG and share a similar mission of securing the eastern seaboard and possible reinforcement of Greenland. The Royal Newfoundland Regiment 3rd Battalion. The brigade has a high priority in equipment and training budgets. RCA 10th Combat Engineer Regiment 55 Service Support Battalion Eastern Area Group The Eastern Area Group is the administrative formation that controls all of the formations based in the East of Canada in peacetime. Many of its soldiers have undertaken Commando training with both organisations. Prince Edward Island Dragoons 1st Battalion. It is also trained for a possible intervention should tensions with the Scandinavian Union again rise over Greenland.
Republic of Mexico Mexican Federal Army Ejercito Federal Mexicano Special Operating Forces 1st Para-Commando Regiment Guard Marine Regiment Apache Border Regiment Northern Command Federal Guards Division 1st Guards Armored Regiment 2nd Guards Armored Regiment Presidential Life Guards Mechanized Regiment 1st Guards Parachute Regiment Guards Horse Artillery Regiment Divisional Troops 3rd Mechanized Division 7th Aero-Armored Regiment 8th Aero-Mechanized Infantry Regiment 9th Aero-Mechanized Infantry Regiment 3rd Artillery Regiment Divisional Troops 4th Mechanized Division 10th Aero-Armored Regiment 11th Aero-Mechanized Infantry Regiment 12th Aero-Mechanized Infantry Regiment 4th Artillery Regiment Divisional Troops 19th Mountain Infantry Division 55th Infantry Regiment 56th Infantry Regiment 57th Infantry Regiment 19th Mountain Artillery Regiment Divisional Troops 6th Airmobile Division 16th Air Cavalry Regiment 17th Airmobile Infantry Regiment 18th Airmobile Infantry Regiment 6th Light Artillery Regiment 6th Aviation Regiment Divisional Troops Northern Artillery Group Northern Aviation Group Western Border Zone 1st Border Brigade Central Border Zone 2nd Border Brigade Eastern Border Zone 3rd Border Brigade Central Command 7th Mechanized Division (-) 19th Aero-Armored Regiment 20th Aero-Mechanized Infantry Regiment – detached to 1st Provisional Expeditionary Brigade. Division Latina 21st Aero-Mechanized Infantry Regiment 7th Artillery Regiment .
Division Troops 9th Mountain Division (-) 25th Infantry Regiment – detached to 1st Provisional Expeditionary Brigade. Division Latina 26th Infantry Regiment 27th Infantry Regiment 9th Mountain Artillery Regiment Division Troops Southern Command Interior Command Colonial Command .
3rd Texas Regiment 2nd Bn. 3rd Texas Armored Regiment 1st Bn. 111th Combat Engineer Regiment – A Co attached to Task Force Alamo – Tanstaafl. Killeen 1a Brigada de Infanteria Mecanizada de Texas 3o Bn. However the Field Force is very focused on its single mission and most observers are unsure of how it would perform taking on other tasks. 124o Regimiento de Caballeria de Texas (Regimiento de los Coyoteros) 2nd Sqdn. 1st Texas Artillery 2nd Bn. The well equipped 49th Armored Brigade would be available to support either division or launch its own counter attacks. 111th Combat Engineer Regiment st 1 Division Artillery Brigade 1st Bn. 2o Regimiento de Artilleria de Texas Division Troops 1st Sqdn. The Alamo Regiment 3rd Bn. 124th Texas Cavalry (The Yellow Rose Dragoons) 3rd Sqdn. 3rd Texas Armored Regiment 2nd Bn. 112o Regimiento Blindado de Texas 1o Bn. RTAB Mabry. 6th Texas Regiment (The St.Republic of Texas Republic of Texas Army Texas Field Force – RTAB Sam Houston. Aurore 1st Bn. 4th Texas Cavalry 49th Support Bn – A composite company (+) assigned to Task Force Alamo – Tanstaafl. Austin 1st Bn. 4th Texas Cavalry (The Texas Mounted Rifles) 1st Independent Company. The Alamo Regiment – Assigned to Task Force Alamo – Tanstaafl. 7o Regimiento de Texas 2o Bn. The 1st and 2nd Mechanized Divisions would then take on the battle trying to slow any Mexican incursion. well drilled in its defensive tasks and manned by the cream of Texan youth. 49th Texas Armored Brigade – Ramirez Training Ctr. 2o Regimiento de Artilleria de Texas (Artilleria de Gonzales) 2o Bn. 1st Texas Artillery M Troop. El Paso 1st Sqdn. Aurore 3rd Sqdn. 1st Texas Artillery (The Dallas Artillery) 1o Bn. 112th Texas Armored Regiment 1st Bn. Aurore 2nd Bn.. San Antonio The Field Force is the backbone of the Texan Army. The Brigade of Texas Rifles 1o Bn. 112th Texas Armored Regiment – D Co assigned to Task Force Alamo – Tanstaafl. 124th Texas Cavalry (The West Texas Scouts) – K Trp assigned to Task Force Alamo – Tanstaafl. The Field Force would typically deploy from its barracks under the covering action of the 124th Cavalry Brigade. Aurore th 124 Texas Cavalry Brigade – RTAB Bliss. 7o Regimiento de Texas 301o Batalion de Logistico 36th Texas Mechanized Infantry Brigade 4th Bn. 112th Texas Armored Regiment 2nd Bn. Patrick's Regiment) 456th Support Bn st 1 Engineer Brigade 1st Bn. 443o Regimiento de Artilleria Antiaerea 1st Military Intelligence Bn 601st Main Support Bn 1st MP Company . 3rd Texas Regiment 236th Support Bn th 56 Texas Armored Brigade 1st Bn. 149th Attack Aviation Regiment 124th Support Sqdn st 1 Texas Mechanized Infantry Division – RTAB Hood. Aurore 2nd Bn. Highly mobile. The Republic of Texas Air Force provides the 1st Aviation Brigade as a highly mobile anti-armor force. On exercise with the US Army it has usually impressed its northern neighbor with its skills and dash.
4o Regimiento de Texas 71o Batalion de Logisitco 72nd Texas Mechanized Infantry Brigade 3rd Bn. 6o Regimiento de Texas (Regimiento de San Patrico) 272nd Support Bn 71a Brigada de Infanteria Mecanizada de Texas 3o Bn. Washington Barracks. 5th Texas Armored Regiment 2o Bn.2nd Texas Mechanized Division – RTAB Laughlin. 3rd Texas Horse Artillery 3rd Bn. 3rd Texas Horse Artillery 2nd Bn. San Antonio 1st Bn. Texas Rifles (Citizens' Reserve Force) – MacRae Barracks. 386o Sapper Regiment 2nd Division Artillery Brigade 1st Bn.. 149th Attack Aviation Regiment 2nd Bn. The Brigade of Texas Rifles 2o Bn. Austin 2nd Bn. Corpus Christi 4th Independent Company (Composite) – Kimanjano Texas Frontier Regiment – RTAB Bliss. Texas Rifles – MacRae Barracks. 5th Texas Armored Regiment 2nd Bn. 4o Regimiento de Texas 2o Bn. 5th Texas Regiment 2nd Bn. San Antonio 1st Independent Company – Attached to 1st Mech Div. Texas Rifles (The Eridani Rifles) – Eridani Barracks. 386o Sapper Regiment 20 Bn.. 5o Regimiento Blindado de Texas 1o Bn. 149th Aviation Regiment (Medium Lift) The Brigade of Texas Rifles – MacRae Barracks. Del Rio 2nd Texas Armored Brigade 1st Bn. Texas Rifles – Austin Barracks. Texas Frontier Regiment – RTAB Bliss. El Paso 4th Bn (Training). RTNB Ingleside. San Antonio 144th Training Regt. Heidelsheimat 3rd Bn. San Antonio 2nd Patrol Bn. 3rd Texas Armored Regiment 1st Bn. Camp San Houston. Nguyen Barracks. 149th Aviation Regiment (Medium Lift) 5th Bn. Texas Rifles – O'Neil Barracks. 4o Caballeria de Texas (Regimiento de Rio Brazos) 2nd Independent Company. 2o Regimiento de Artilleria de Texas Division Troops 2o Sqdn. 5th Texas Regiment 302nd Support Bn 2a Brigada de Zapadores 1o Bn. RTAB Laughlin 3rd Independent Company – Attached Rep. San Antonio . . RTAB Hood 2nd Independent Company – Attached to 2nd Mech Div. Austin's World 5th Bn. 149th Attack Aviation Regiment 4th Bn. Suarez Barracks. El Paso 1st Patrol Bn (Northern District) – RTAFB Cannon 3rd Patrol Bn (Southern District) 4th Patrol Bn (Colonial District) – Heidelsheimat 5th Patrol Bn (Western District) 6th Patrol Bn (Southern District) Training Command – Lackland Training Annex. Camp Mabry. 3rd Texas Horse Artillery 3o Bn. 443o Regimiento de Artilleria Antiaeria 2nd Military Intelligence Bn 402nd Main Support Bn 2nd MP Company st 1 Texas Aviation Brigade – Lackland Training Annex.Lackland Training Annex. San Antonio 1st Bn. Texas Navy.
9o Regimiento de Texas 2o Bn. 9o Regimiento de Texas 3o Bn. Relatively poorly paid and lightly equipped the Volunteers are nevertheless very popular. holding the 'Texan Redoubt'. Their role is defensive urban warfare. 6th Texas Cavalry 1st Bn. 4th Texas Artillery 29th Support Sqdn. as it was the volunteers who were mainly responsible for the defeat of the 2230 Coup whilst the volunteer tradition has been responsible for Texas's Independence. 6o Regimiento de Caballeria de Texas 3o Bn. 10th Texas Regiment 2nd Bn. 636th Texas Reserve Armored Regiment 1st Bn. as only as a member of the Volunteers can citizens own certain classes of weapons. although their combat efficiency is hard to gauge. 13th Texas Regiment (CRF) – Austin's World 12th Texas Volunteer Bn (CoV) – Heidelsheimat 13th Texas Volunteer Bn (CoV) – Austin's World 14o Batalion Voluntario de Texas (CoV) – 82 Eridani Texas Corps of Volunteers The Corps of Volunteers holds a unique place in Texan society. 13th Texas Regiment (CRF) – Heidelsheimat 2nd Bn. 6th Texas Cavalry (The Texarkana Scouts) 4th Bn.Citizens' Reserve Force The CRF is composed of ex-draftees fulfilling their reserve commitment and non-draftee volunteers. 4o Regimiento de Artilleria de Texas 28o Batalion de Logistico 29th Texas Cavalry Brigade 1st Bn. The Volunteers has some times been described as a mere 'shooting and drinking club' and there is some justification in this. 9o Regimiento de Texas J Gpo. 10th Texas Regiment L Trp. but better paid. 636th Texas Reserve Armored Regiment 1st Bn. 4th Texas Artillery 27th Support Bn 28a Brigade de Infanteria Mechanizada de Texas 4o Bn. 6th Texas Cavalry 2nd Bn. It's soldiers are older than those of the Field Force. The 29th Cavalry Brigade trains to cover the flank of the Field Force on operations in western Texas. 26th Texas Mechanized Infantry Brigade 3rd Bn. 11th Texas Regiment I Trp. 6th Texas Cavalry (The Ragged Sixth) 2nd Sqdn. City of Austin Volunteers (1st Volunteers) 2o Batalion Voluntario de Texas (Partisanos y Comandos de Brownsville) 3rd Texas Volunteer Bn (The East Texas Panthers) 4th Texas Volunteer Bn (The Liberty and Equality Volunteers) 5o Batalion Voluntario de Texas (Regimiento de Comando '5o Marzo') 6o Batalion Voluntario de Texas (Partisanos de El Paso) 7th Texas Volunteer Bn (The Dallas-Ft. 4th Texas Artillery 26th Support Bn 27th Texas Mechanized Infantry Brigade 2nd Bn. 636o Regimiento Blindado de Reserva de Texas 1o Bn. Worth Volunteers) . 636th Texas Reserve Armored Regiment 1st Sqdn. 10th Texas Regiment 3rd Bn. 11th Texas Regiment 3rd Bn. Its three Mechanized Brigades are slated to either reinforce the two Mechanized Divisions or operate in an independent role. Consequently it is one of the more effective reserve forces in the western world with excellent readiness levels. 11th Texas Regiment (The East Texas Mounted Rifles) 4th Bn. 11th Texas Regiment 2nd Bn. th 30 Texas Infantry Brigade (Joint CRF/Corps of Volunteers) – Heidelsheimat 1st Bn.
8th Texas Volunteer Bn (The Alamo Scouts and Russian Volunteers) 9 Texas Volunteer Bn (The Houston Fenians) 10th Texas Volunteer Bn (Port Arthur Viet Rangers) 11th Texas Volunteer Bn (Waco Mounted Riflemen) th Republic of Texas Air Force HQ. RTAF – RTAFB Goodfellow Strike Command Northern Air Defense Command Western Air Defense Command – RTAFB Cannon Southern Air Defense Command Training Command Air Security Regiment Republic of Texas Navy HQ. RTN – RTNB Ingleside. Corpus Christi 1st Surface Squadron 2nd Surface Squadron 1st Sub-Surface Squadron Regiment of Marines 1st Marine Bn 2nd Marine Bn 1st Independent Marine Company 2nd Independent Marine Company Naval Security Battalion .
United States of America Special Operations Command (SOCOM) Headquarters, Special Operations Command (HQ, SOCOM) – Ft. Bragg, NC Army Special Forces 1st Special Forces Group (Off-world) – Ft. Patton, Ellis 3rd Bn – Ft.Cummings, Tirania ODA 3345 – Camp Victory, Aurore 3rd Special Forces Group (Africa/Europe) – Ft. Schwartzkopf, FL 5th Special Forces Group (Latin America) – Ft. Stockton, CA 7th Special Forces Group (Asia) – Schofield Barracks, HI 10th Special Forces Group (NG) 11th Bn (MA & TI NG) – Ft. Devons, MA 12th Bn (IN & PR NG) – Ft. Benjamin Harrison, IN 14th Bn (CA, NV & UT NG) – Camp Sobel, UT 20th Bn (AL, GA & MS NG) – Camp Shelby, MS th 19 Special Forces Group (CA, NV & NM NG) – Ft. Stockton, CA 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment-Delta (1st SFOD-D) th 75 Ranger Regiment (Airborne/Interface) 1st Bn, 75th Regiment (Ranger) – Ft. Powell, Tirane 2nd Bn, 75th Regiment (Ranger) – Ft. Bragg, NC 3rd Bn, 75th Regiment (Ranger) – Ft. Campbell, KY 4th Bn, 75th Regiment (Ranger Training) th 160 Aviation Regiment (Special Operations) – Ft. Campbell, KY 1st Bn, 160th Aviation (Tactical Lift) 2nd Bn, 160th Aviation (Tactical Lift) – Ft. Bridger, WY 3rd Bn, 160th Aviation (Medium Lift) 4th Bn, 160th Aviation (Interface Assault) 5th Bn, 160th Aviation (Recon/Attack) Naval Special Warfare Command Naval Special Warfare Group 1 (NAVSPECWARGRU 1) SEAL Team 1 SEAL Team 3 Special Boat Team 10 Naval Special Warfare Group 2 (NAVSPECWARGRU 2) SEAL Team 2 SEAL Team 4 Special Boat Team 20 Naval Strategic Warfare Group (NAVSTRATWARGRU) SEAL Team 6 SEAL Team 7 Marine Raider Force Marine Raider Bn 1 Marine Raider Bn 2 Marine Raider Bn (Interface) 3 Space Force Special Security Detachments Special Security Detachment - Alpha (SPECSECDET-A) Special Security Detachment - Bravo (SPECSECDET-B) (CW) 23rd Aerospace Special Operations Wing 3rd Special Operations Sqdn 15th Special Operations Sqdn 9th AeroSpace Search & Rescue Sqdn 43rd AeroSpace Search & Rescue Sqdn
Strike Command (STRIKCOM) Headquarters, Strike Command (HQ, STRIKCOM) XVIII Airborne Corps / Army Forces-Strike Command (AF-STRIKCOM) – Ft. Bragg, NC The XVIII Airborne Corps is headquartered at Ft Bragg, North Carolina. In peacetime the corps functions as the Rapid Reaction Force for America and provides Army Forces for the STRIKCOM’s foreign service operations. In the case of war with Mexico the XVIII is to be prepared to rapidly reinforce Texas and/or to conduct assaults in support of operations in New Mexico or California. 1st Mechanized Brigade “Big Red One” – Ft. Stewart, GA 1st Bn, 2nd Infantry (Mechanize) 1st Bn, 16th Infantry (Mechanized) 1st Bn, 34th Armor (Heavy) 1st Bn, 63rd Armor (Heavy) 1st Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 1st Bn, 5th Field Artillery (Mechanized) 1st Combat Engineer Bn (Mechanized) 1st Combat Support Bn (Mechanized) A/ X Air Defense Artillery A/ 4th Cavalry th 10 Infantry Brigade (Mountain) – Ft. Bridger, WY 1st Bn, 14th Infantry (Mountain) 1st Bn, 22nd Infantry (Mountain) 1st Bn, 30th Infantry (Mountain) 1st Bn, 87th Infantry (CW) 1st Sqdn, 71st Cavalry (Light) 10th Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 110th Aviation Bn (Tactical Lift) 10th Combat Engineer Bn (Light) 10th Combat Support Bn (Light) C/ 1st Bn, 4th Air Defense Artillery C/ 17th Cavalry (Light) 82nd Airborne Brigade (Interface/Airborne Assault) “All American” – Ft. Bragg, NC 1st Bn, 325th Infantry (CW) 1st Bn, 505th Infantry (Airborne) – A Co. detached to Vogelheim Peacekeeping Forces 1st Bn, 507th Infantry (Airborne) 1st Bn, 508th Infantry (Airborne) 1st Bn, 73rd Armor (Light) 82nd Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 122nd Aviation Bn (Medium Lift) 1st Bn, 319th Field Artillery (Light) – C Btry. detached to Vogelheim Peacekeeping Forces 82nd Combat Engineer Bn (Airborne) – A Co. detached to Vogelheim Peacekeeping Forces 82nd Combat Support Bn (Airborne) A/ 1st Bn, 4th Air Defense Artillery (Airborne) A/ 17th Cavalry (Airborne) st 101 Airborne Brigade (Airborne/Interface Assault) “Screaming Eagles” – Ft. Campbell, KY 1st Bn, 187th Infantry (CW) 1st Bn, 502nd Infantry (Airborne) 1st Bn, 506th Infantry (Airborne) 2nd Bn, 506th Infantry (Airborne) 2nd Bn, 73rd Armor (Light) 101st Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 123rd Aviation Bn (Medium Lift) 1st Bn, 320th Field Artillery (Airborne) 101st Combat Engineer Bn (Airborne) 101st Combat Support Bn (Airborne) B/ 1st Bn, 4th Air Defense Artillery (Airborne) B/ 17th Cavalry (Airborne)
11th Cavalry Regiment (Motorized) “Blackhorse” – Ft. Bragg, NC 1st Sdqn, 11th Cavalry (Motorized) 2nd Sqdn, 11th Cavalry (Motorized) 3rd Sqdn, 11th Cavalry (Motorized) – L Trp deployed with 4th Marine Brigade (Provisional) – Aurora, Tirane 4th Sqdn, 11th Cavalry (CW) 5th Sqdn, 11th Cavalry (Recon/Attack) 4rd Bn, 82nd Field Artillery (Light) 4rd Bn, 8th Combat Engineer (Motorized) th 18 Aviation Brigade – Ft. Stewart, GA 1-229th AV (Attack) 3-229th AV (Attack) 1-159th AV (Aslt) 2-159th AV (Aslt) – Ft. Bridger, WY 3-159th AV (Aslt) 1-218th AV (Support) – Ft. Bridger, WY 2-218th AV (Support) 3-218th AV (Support) 18th Field Artillery Brigade (Airborne) – Ft. Bragg, NC 1-39th FA (GS): M981 165mm LG 3-8th FA (GS): M981 165mm LG 5-8th FA (MRL): Mobile Artillery Rocket System (MARS) F/26th FA (TA) th 6 Air Defense Artillery Brigade – Ft. Stewart, GA 1-6th ADA (MEDRAD): Diamondback 2-6th ADA (MEDRAD): Diamondback 3-6th ADA (LONRAD): Rattler A/56th ADA (ASAT): Stellar th 20 Engineer Brigade – Ft. Campbell, KY 27th EN Bn (Corps) 30th EN Bn (Corps) 37th EN Bn (Hvy) st 1 Support Brigade – Ft. Bragg, NC 8th Air Force / Air Forces-Strike Command (AIR-STRIKCOM) 2nd Bomb Wing (Strike/Interdiction) 11th Fighter-Bomber Sqdn (Strike) 20th Fighter-Bomber Sqdn (Strike) 96th Fighter-Bomber Sqdn (Recon/Interdiction) th 5 Bomb Wing (Strike/Interdiction) 23rd Fighter-Bomber Sqdn (Strike) 69th Fighter-Bomber Sqdn (Strike) 72nd Fighter-Bomber Sqdn (Recon/Interdiction) th 509 Bomb Wing (Interface) 13th Bomb Sqdn (Composite) 393rd Bomb Sqdn 31st Strategic Reconnaissance Sqdn rd 23 Composite Wing – Pope AFB, NC 2nd Airlift Sqdn (Tactical) 40th Airlift Sqdn (Tactical) 41st Airlift Sqdn (Interface)
Eastern Command (HQ. Atlantic Fleet) 1st Marine Infantry Bn 5th Marine Infantry Bn 7th Marine Infantry Bn (CW) 1st Marine Armor Bn 11th Marine Artillery Bn 1st Marine Engineer Bn 169th Marine Attack Sqdn 161st Marine Lift Sqdn (Medium) 1st Force Recon Company Atlantic Fleet / 2nd Fleet / Naval Forces-Eastern Command (NAVFOR-EASTCOM) Battle Force Strike Squadron 2 (STRIKRON 2) Strike Squadron 4 (STRIKRON 4) Battle Squadron 6 (BATRON 6) Scouting Force Patrol Squadron 10 (PATRON 10) Patrol Squadron 12 (PATRON 12) Patrol Squadron 14 (PATRON 14) Patrol Squadron 16 (PATRON 16) Amphibious Force Amphibious Squadron 2 (PHIBRON 2) Assault Squadron 2 (ASLTRON 2) Submarine Force Submarine Squadron 2 (SUBRON 2) Littoral Force Littoral Squadron 20 (LITRON 20) Littoral Squadron 22 (LITRON 22) Littoral Squadron 24 (LITRON 24) Littoral Squadron 26 (LITRON 26) Command Forces 2st Naval Construction Bn 2nd Naval Security Brigade 1st Security Bn 2nd Security Bn 4th Air Force / Eastern Defense Sector / Air Forces-Eastern Command (AIR-EASTCOM) . EASTCOM) 1st Marine Expeditionary Brigade / Marine Forces-Eastern Command (MARFOR-EASTCOM) (supports Amphibious Force.Eastern Command (EASTCOM) Headquarters.
Central Command (CENTCOM) Headquarters. 1st Cavalry (Heavy) 2nd Sqdn.Ft. NM 1st Sdqn. New Mexico and an area of responsibility stretching along the Mexican border from Kingman. CO 1-17th FA (GS): M901 175mmSP 6-27th FA (Hvy): M910 200mmSP 1-77th FA (MRL): M986 300mmSP MRL C/26th FA (TA) st 31 Air Defense Brigade – Ft. Union. NM 1st Sdqn. New Mexico. CO 7th Infantry Bn (Mechanized) 15th Infantry Bn (Mechanized) 64th Armor Bn (Heavy) 69th Armor Bn (Heavy) 3rd Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 9th Field Artillery Bn (Mechanized) 3rd Combat Engineer Bn (Mechanized) th 5 Mechanized Brigade “Red Diamond Brigade” 1St Bn. 1st Cavalry (Heavy) 4th Sqdn. 60th Armor (Heavy) 1St Bn. 17th Infantry (Motorized) 1st Bn. 1st Cavalry (Heavy) 3rd Sqdn. 1st Cavalry Regiment (Heavy) “First Team” – Ft. 82nd Field Artillery (Mechanized) 1st Bn. Central Command (HQ. Garland. 21st Infantry (Mtorized) 1st Bn. 3rd Cavalry (CW) 5th Sqdn. CO 1-10th AV (Attack) 2-13th AV (Attack) 1-145th AV (Aslt) 3-145th AV (Support) 75th Field Artillery Brigade – Ft. 6th Infantry (Mechanized) 1St Bn. 3rd Cavalry (Heavy) 3rd Sqdn. to Amarillo. 61st Armor (Heavy) 5Th Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 1st Bn. 3rd Cavalry (Recon/Attack) 3rd Bn. 1st Cavalry (Recon/Attack) 1st Bn. Union. 11th Infantry (Mechanized) 1St Bn. 8th Combat Engineer (Mechanized) rd 3 Mechanized Brigade “Rock of the Marne” – Ft. Defiance. 23rd Infantry (CW) rd 3 Cavalry Regiment (Heavy) “Brave Rifles” – Ft. 1st Cavalry (CW) 5th Sqdn. Lyons. Its mission is to defend the border and in a war with Mexico to drive into Mexico either via the Pecos River Valley or the Rio Grande Valley. 8th Combat Engineer (Mechanized) th 6 Aviation Brigade “Air Cavalry” . Carson. 19th Field Artillery (Mechanized) 5th Combat Engineer Bn (Mechanized) 7th Motorized Brigade “Bayonet Brigade” 2nd Bn. Lyons. 3rd Cavalry (Heavy) 4th Sqdn. Oklahoma. CO 1-2nd ADA (MEDRAD): Diamondback 3-2nd ADA (MEDRAD): Diamondback . CENTCOM) V Corps / Army Forces-Central Command (AF-CENT) – Ft. 82nd Field Artillery (Mechanized) 3rd Bn. 9th Infantry (Motorized) 3rd Bn. NM V Corps is headquartered at Ft Union. 3rd Cavalry (Heavy) 2nd Sqdn.
17th Infantry (Mechanized) 11th Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 1st Bn. 12th Infantry (Mechanized) 1st Bn. WESTCOM) II Corps / Army Forces – Western Command (AF-WESTCOM) – Bakersfield. Mojave. CA II Corps is headquartered in Bakersfield. NM 6-200th IN (Border) – Holbrook. NV (ex-Creech AFB) 1st Bn. CO 13th Support Brigade – Ft. NM 14th Air Force / Border Defense Sector / Air Forces – Central Command (AIR-CENT) Western Command (WESTCOM) Headquarters. CA (ex-China Lake NAS) 1st Bn.51. CO 1st Border Surveillance Brigade (NG/SDF) “New Mexico Volunteers” . 35th Armor (Heavy) 1st Bn. 17th Infantry (Motorized) 1st Bn. 67th Armor (Heavy) 4th Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 1st Bn. 9th Infantry (Motorized) 2nd Bn. 72nd Armor (Light) 2nd Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 1st Bn. and holding against Mexican counter-attacks. 66th Armor (Heavy) 1st Bn. Union. 23rd Infantry (Motorized) 1st Bn. 77th Armor (Light) 1st Bn. 27th Field Artillery (Mechanized) 29th Combat Engineer Bn (Mechanized) nd 2 Motorized Brigade – Ft.Ft. 35th Armor (Heavy) 2nd Bn. 60th Infantry (CW) 1st Bn. 39th Infantry (Motorized) 1st Bn. NM 2-200th IN (Border) – Flagstaff. II Corps’ wartime mission calls for a deep maneuver down the high Mojave Desert into southern California.): M933 160mmSP Mortar 1st Bn.2-52nd ADA (LONRAD): Rattler D/2nd ADA (ASAT): Stellar 18th Engineer Brigade – Ft. NM 3-200th IN (Border) – Grants. 5th Infantry (Mechanized) 1st Bn. NM 4-200th IN (Border) – Gallup. 15th Combat Engineer (Mechanized) . Carson. 84th Field Artillery (Hvy. 31st Infantry (Light) 1st Bn. CA 1st Bn. Carson. 8th Infantry (Mechanized) 1st Bn. 1st Armored Brigade – Ft. 38th Infantry (CW) 1st Bn. isolating the Los Angeles-San Diego-Tijuana urban area. Western Command (HQ. Roberts. 12th Field Artillery (Light) 2nd Combat Engineer Bn (Motorized) th 4 Mechanized Brigade – Ft. 47th Infantry (CW) 1st Bn. California with an area of responsibility along the American-Mexican border from the California coast into western New Mexico just east of Kingman. destroying Mexican forces present. NM 7-200th AV (Border) – Albuquerque. CA 1st Bn. NM 9-200th IN (Border) – Albuquerque. 16th Field Artillery (Mechanized) 4th Combat Engineer Bn (Mechanized) th 9 Infantry Brigade (Urban Warfare) – Pasadena. Mtr.
Mojave. CA 3-160th IN (Border) – Barstow. 2nd Cavalry (Heavy) 4th Sqdn. CA 4-160th IN (Border) – Lebec. CA 7-160th IN (Border) – Baker. CA 2-160th IN (Border) – Boron.Ft. Roberts.Ft.2nd Bn. CA 2nd Border Surveillance Brigade (NG/SDF) “Habeant” . CA 8-160th IN (Border) – Mojave. NM nd 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade / Marine Forces-Western Command (MARFOR-WESTCOM) (supports Amphibious Force. 51. CA 5-200th IN (Border) – Kingman. CA 9-160th AV (Border) – Barstow. CA 3-20th FA (GS): M901 175mmSP 1-21st FA (Hvy): M910 200mmSP 1-27th FA (MRL): M986 330mmSP MRL A/26th FA (TA) 10th Air Defense Artillery Brigade – Ft. 2nd Cavalry (Heavy) 2nd Sqdn. Irwin. 51. NV 1-11th AV (Attack) 2-14th AV (Attack) 1-223rd AV (Aslt) 2-223rd AV (Support) 130th Engineer Brigade – Ft. Tirane 8th Marine Infantry Bn (CW) 2nd Marine Armor Bn 10th Marine Artillery Bn 2nd Marine Engineer Bn 167th Marine Attack Sqdn 162nd Marine Lift Sqdn (Medium) 2nd Force Recon Company Pacific Fleet / 3rd Fleet / Naval Forces-Western Command (NAVFOR-WESTCOM) Battle Force Strike Squadron 1 (STRIKRON 1) Strike Squadron 3 (STRIKRON 3) . 2nd Cavalry (Heavy) 3rd Sqdn. 8th Combat Engineer (Mechanized) st 41 Field Artillery Brigade “Railgunners” . 2nd Cavalry (CW) 5th Sqdn.Bakersfield. CA 1-160th IN (Border) – Santa Maria. CA 1st Sqdn. CA 1-1st ADA (MEDRAD): Diamondback 2-2nd ADA (MEDRAD): Diamondback 4-3rd ADA (LONRAD): Rattler A/43rd ADA (ASAT): Stellar 12th Aviation Brigade “Wings of Victory” . 82nd Field Artillery (Mechanized) 2nd Bn. Pacific Fleet) 2nd Marine Infantry Bn 6th Marine Infantry Bn – detached to 4th Marine Brigade (Provisional) – Aurore. NV 54th EN Bn (Corps) 317th EN Bn (Corps) 547th EN Bn (Hvy) 549th EN Bn (Hvy) rd 3 Support Brigade – Bakersfield. CA 6-160th IN (Border) – Maricopa. 2nd Cavalry (Attack/Recon) 2nd Bn. 15th Combat Engineer (Motorized) 2 Cavalry Regiment – Ft. CA 10-160th AV (Border) – Bakersfield.
73rd Armor (Light) 4th Bn. Hermes 3-6th IN 1-61st IN 1-70th AR 1-5th AV (Attack) 4-1st FA 177th FSB G/12th CAV 177th CW Co 57th EN Co G/1-55th ADA 105th IW Co th 194 Armored Brigade – Ft.Battle Squadron 5 (BATRON 5) Scouting Force Patrol Squadron 11 (PATRON 11) Patrol Squadron 13 (PATRON 13) Patrol Squadron 15 (PATRON 15) Amphibious Force Amphibious Squadron 3 (PHIBRON 3) Assault Squadron 3 (ASLTRON 3) Submarine Force Submarine Squadron 3 (SUBRON 2) Littoral Force Littoral Squadron 21 (LITRON 21) Littoral Squadron 23 (LITRON 23) Littoral Squadron 25 (LITRON 25) Hawaiian Station Battle Squadron 8 (BATRON 8) Patrol Squadron 16 (PATRON 16) 10th Air Force / Western Defense Sector / Air Forces – Western Command (AIR-WESTCOM) 8th Fighter Wing Colonial Command (COLONIALCOM) Headquarters. Patton. 503rd Infantry (CW) 1st Bn. Pershing. 503rd Infantry (Airborne) 2nd Bn. COLONIALCOM) III Corps / Army Forces-Colonial Command (AF-COLONIALCOM) – Ft. Ellis 1st Bn. It is the Army Component Command of the joint Colonial Command (COLONIALCOM) command. 508th Infantry (Airborne) 1st Bn. Colonial Command (HQ. 6th Infantry Brigade (Light) 173rd Airborne Brigade (Airborne/Interface Assault) – Ft. The corps’ mission is to defend America’s extra-solar possessions until relieved by forces from Earth and thus has both Regular Army and National Guard units assigned. 319th Field Artillery (Airborne) 173rd Combat Engineer (Airborne) 173rd Combat Support Bn (Airborne) D/ 1st Bn. Bradley. 509th Infantry (Airborne) 3nd Bn. King 4-15th IN (-) 1-379th IN (NG) . 4th Air Defense Artillery (Airborne) D/ 17th Cavalry (Airborne) th 177 Infantry Brigade – Camp McCaffrey. Ellis III Corps is headquartered at Ft Patton on Ellis with an area of responsibility covering the American Arm.
Alpha Centauri-A National Defense Command (NATDEFCOM) Headquarters. Ellis 1-52nd AV (Attack) 2-52nd AV (Aslt) 3-52nd AV (Support) 4-52nd AV (Support) – Camp McCaffrey. Tangent. Bradley. 3rd Infantry (Motorized) “The Old Guard” . Mu Herculis (as 16th Marine Interface Unit) 18th Marine Infantry Bn (CW) – B Co deployed with 16th MIU 20th Marine Infantry Bn (CW) 24th Marine Artillery Bn 4th Marine Assault Engineer Bn – A Co deployed with 16th MIU 772nd Marine Attack Sqdn 773rd Interface Assault Sdqn – B Section deployed with 16th MIU 774th Interface Assault Sqdn 7th Force Recon Company (Interface) Centauri Command (CENTAURICOM) – Tirania. Boise. National Defense Command (HQ. Ellis 14th Marine Infantry Bn 16th Marine Infantry Bn (+) .deployed to SFB Tangent. Ellis 14th EN Bn (Corps) 864th EN (Hvy) th 19 Support Brigade 7th Marine Interface Brigade / Marine Forces-Colonial Command (MARFOR-COLONIALCOM) – SFIB Anderson.1-10th AR (-) 1-377th AR (NG) 2-378th AR (NG) 1-358th FA (NG) 194th FSB (RA/NG) 1-378th CAV (NG) 95th CW Co (NG) 320th EN Co (RA/NG) M/3-1st ADA (NG) 902th IW Co (RA/NG) 198th Infantry Brigade (NG) 1-158th IN 3-158th IN 2-397th AR 1-399th AV (Attack) 1-373rd FA 98th FSB A/397th CAV 198th CW Co D/325th EN Bn M/2-1st ADA 18th IW Co th 17 Aviation Brigade – Ft. Bradley. Hermes 94th Air Defense Artillery Brigade */* ADA – Ellis */* ADA – Hermes */* ADA – King 7th Engineer Brigade – Ft. NATDEFCOM) Capital Region Military District 1st Bn.
LA 278th Cavalry Regiment (Light) (TN NG) – Memphis. 107th Cavalry (Recon/Attack) (MI NG) 1st Bn. 116th Infantry (Motorized) 2st Bn. 148th Infantry 1st Bn. AR 113th Field Artillery Brigade (NC NG) – Greensboro. 151st Infantry 1st Bn. defend the American heartland and act as a Strategic Reserve. Capitol Region I Corps (National Guard) – Ft. 163rd Field Artillery (Light) 38th Combat Support Bn A/ 250th Air Defense Artillery A/ 126th Cavalry (MI NG) 1st Air Force / Strategic-Space Defense /Air Forces-National Defense Command (AIR-NATDEFCOM) 1st Fighter Wing . GA I Corps is headquartered at Ft McPherson. NC 14th Support Brigade (GA NG) – Ft. 111th Field Artillery (Light) 121st Engineer Bn (Motorized) 29th Combat Support Bn F/ 111th Air Defense Artillery G/ 183rd Cavarly th 30 Mechanized Brigade (NC NG) “Old Hickory Brigade” . 107th Cavalry (Motorized) 3rd Sqdn. It is also to be prepared to reinforce Texas or carry out operations against Cuba. FL 256th Infantry Brigade (LA NG) – Lafayette. TN 77th Aviation Brigade (AR NG) – Little Rock.Clinton. 115th Infantry (Motorized) 1st Bn. AR 53rd Infantry Brigade (FL NG) “Gator Brigade” . 183rd Cavalry (Light) 1st Bn. 512th Combat Engineer (Mechanized) th 27 Infantry Brigade (NY NG) 28th Infantry Brigade (PA NG) 37th Infantry Brigade (OH NG) 1st Bn. 166th Infantry 1st Bn. McPherson. NC 31st Mechanized Brigade (AL NG) “Dixie Brigade” . VA 1st Bn. McPherson. Belvoir.Montgomery.NAB Homestead. AL 39th Motorized Brigade (AR NG) “Delta Brigade” . 29th Motorized Brigade (VA NG) “Stonewall Brigade” – Ft. 512th Combat Engineer (Light) 37th Combat Support Bn A/ 174th Air Defense Artillery A/ 237th Cavalry (Light) th 38 Infantry Brigade (IN NG) 1st Bn. 107th Cavalry (Heavy) 2nd Sqdn. 136th Field Artillery (Mechanized) 1st Bn. 125th Infantry (MI NG) 1st Bn. 107th Cavalry (Motorized) (WV NG) 4th Sqdn. GA VII Corps (National Guard) 107th Armored Cavalry Regiment (OH NG) 1st Sqdn.Little Rock. 126th Cavalry (Heavy) (MI NG) 5th Sqdn. 134th Field Artillery (Light) 2nd Bn. 145th Infantry 1st Bn. 175th Infantry (Motorized) 1st Sqdn. upon mobilization.Marine Security Bn. Georgia with the mission to. 292nd Infantry 1st Bn. 151st Infantry 2nd Bn. 147th Infantry 1st Bn.
20th Fighter Wing 23rd Fighter Wing .
The rivalry between Argentina and Brazil has erupted into three major wars that have involved the whole continent.South America South America has been recognized as the most belligerent of Earth's continents for over a century. It has also resulted in the creation of the highly unstable Incan Republic from the former states of Ecuador. Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Incan Republic Venezuela . Peru and Columbia. Popular opinion is that a fourth Rio Plato War is only a matter of time.
a role for which the Div Bl I trains extensively. It also acts as an immediate reserve for VII Corps.Republic of Argentina Strategic Forces Command Fuerzas Comando Estratégico Argentine Army Special Operations Forces Group (Agrupación de Fuerzas de Operaciones Especiales) 601 Commando Company 602 Commando Company 601 Air Assault Regiment Special Operation Mountain Troops (Tropas de Operaciones Especiales de Montaña) Mountain Rifle Company 6 Mountain Rifle Company 8 Army Aviation Group 601 Aviation Bn 601 Aviation Bn 602 Naval Infantry Amphibious Commando Group (Agrupación de Comandos Anfibios) Argentine Navy Tactical Diver Group (Agrupación de Buzos Tácticos) Argentine Air Force Special Operations Group (Grupo de Operaciones Especiales) Argentine Space Force Argentine Army Ejercito Argentino II Army Corps “Teniente General Juan Carlos Sanchez” II Corps is responsible for the defence of both the city and province of Buenos Aires. 1st Hover Armored Division 1st Hover Armored Brigade Hover Tank Regiment 8 'Cazadores General Necochea' Hover Tank Regiment 10 'Húsares de Pueyrredón' Hover Infantry Regiment 7 'Coronel Conde' Hover Infantry Regiment 12 'General Arenales' Hover Artillery Group 1 11th Hover Armored Brigade Hover Tank Regiment 16 Hover Tank Regiment 20 Hover Infantry Regiment 19 Hover Infantry Regiment 37 'Coronel Luis Jorge Fontana' Hover Artillery Group 11 Division Troops Mounted Rifle Company 1 Hover Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 1 Hover Artillery Group 101 Hover Engineer Bn 1 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 161 9th Mechanized Division 9th Mechanized Brigade 'Coronel Luis Jorge Fontana' Regiment of Horse Grenadiers 'General San Martín' Mechanized Infantry Regiment 1 'Patricios' .
4th Parachute Division 4th Para Brigade Parachute Infantry Regiment 2 'General Balcarce' Parachute Infantry Regiment 14 Parachute Infantry Regiment 25 Parachute Artillery Group 4 14th Para Brigade Mounted Parachute Infantry Regiment 9 'Coronel Pagola' Parachute Infantry Regiment 33 Parachute Infantry Regiment 42 Parachute Artillery Group 14 Division Forces Parachute Rifle Company 4 Armored Parachute Rifle Company 4 (CW) Parachute Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 4 Parachute Artillery Group 104 Parachute Engineer Bn 4 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 164 5th Mechanized Division 5th Mechanized Brigade 'General Belgrano' Mechanized Cavalry Regiment 11 Mechanized Infantry Regiment 15 'Ortíz de Ocampo' Mechanized Infantry Regiment 20 'Cazadores de los Andes' Mechanized Artillery Group 5 15th Mechanized Brigade Mechanized Cavalry Regiment 17 Mechanized Infantry Regiment 4 Mechanized Infantry Regiment 24 Mechanized Artillery Group 15 Division Troops Mounted Rifle Company 5 Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 5 Mechanized Artillery Group 105 . reinforce VII Corps or provide it with flank protection and 4th Para Division can deploy further a field if required. parachute and mechanized formations and is a versatile formation capable of swift movement of its assets. Bolivia and Chile.Mechanized Infantry Regiment 17 Mechanized Artillery Group 9 19th Mechanized Brigade Light Mechanized Cavalry Regiment15 Mechanized Infantry Regiment 35 Mechanized Infantry Regiment 41 Mechanized Artillery Group 19 Division Troops Mounted Rifle Company 9 Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 9 Mechanized Artillery Group 109 Mechanized Engineer Bn 9 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 169 101st Reserve Brigade 109th Reserve Brigade 201st Army Aviation Group Aviation Bn 201 Aviation Bn 1 Aviation Bn 9 III Army Corps “Ejercito del Norte” III Corps is responsible for the north-western parts of Argentina and borders Paraguay. It can intervene quickly into any of the neighboring countries. The Corps has mountain.
The Corps is also home to many of Argentina’s training facilities. and like III Corps is a versatile formation which has several roles. 6th Mountain Division 6th Mountain Brigade 'General Conrado Excelso Villegas' Mountain Infantry Regiment 10 'Teniente General Racedo' Mountain Infantry Regiment 11 'General Las Heras' Mountain Infantry Regiment 21 Mountain Artillery Group 6 16th Mountain Brigade Mountain Infantry Regiment 23 Mountain Infantry Regiment 31 Mountain Infantry Regiment 40 Mountain Artillery Group 16 Division Troops Mountain Rifle Company 6 Armored Rifle Company 6 (CW) Mountain Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 6 Mountain Artillery Group 106 Mountain Engineer Bn 6 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 166 7th Hover Armored Division 7th Hover Armored Brigade Hover Tank Regiment 2 'Lanceros General Paz' Hover Tank Regiment 9 Infantry Regiment 8 Aero-Blindada 'General O'Higgins' Hover Infantry Regiment 27 Hover Artillery Group 7 . defend the coast against amphibious forces. bolster Marine units in the Antarctic or intervene in Chile. V Corps can provide reinforcement for the northern Corps.Mechanized Engineer Bn 5 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 165 8th Mountain Division 8th Mountain Brigade 'Brigadier General Toribio de Luzuriaga' Mountain Cavalry Regiment 4 'General Juan Galo de Lavalle' Mountain Infantry Regiment 16 'Cazadores de los Andes' Mountain Infantry Regiment 22 'Teniente-Coronel Juan Manuel Cabot' Mountain Artillery Group 8 18th Mountain Brigade Mountain Cavalry Regiment 14 Mountain Infantry Regiment 26 Mountain Infantry Regiment 39 Mountain Artillery Group 18 Division Troops High Mountain Rifle Company 8 Armored Rifle Company 8 (CW) Mountain Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 8 Mountain Artillery Group 108 Mountain Engineer Bn 8 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 168 104th Reserve Brigade 105th Reserve Brigade 108th Reserve Brigade 301st Army Aviation Group Aviation Bn 301 Aviation Bn 4 Aviation Bn 5 Aviation Bn 8 V Army Corps “Teniente General Julio Argentino Roca” V Corps has responsibility for the south of Argentina.
however the Corps frequently practices its reinforcement procedures. 2nd Hover Armored Division 2nd Hover Armored Brigade “General Justo Jose de Urquiza” Hover Tank Regiment 1 'Coronel Federico Brandsen' Hover Tank Regiment 7 'Coraceros Coronel Estomba' Hover Infantry Regiment 5 Hover Infantry Regiment 13 Hover Artillery Group 2 12th Hover Armored Brigade Hover Tank Regiment 12 Hover Tank Regiment 22 Hover Infantry Regiment 34 Hover Infantry Regiment 36 Hover Artillery Group 12 Division Troops Mounted Rifle Company 2 Hover Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 2 Hover Artillery Group 102 Hover Engineer Bn 2 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 162 3rd Mounted Division .17th Hover Armored Brigade – detached to Argentine Expeditionary Army Division Troops Mounted Rifle Company 7 Hover Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 7 Hover Artillery Group 107 Hover Engineer Bn 7 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 167 10th Mechanized Division 10th Mechanized Brigade 'Teniente General Nicolás Levalle' Light Mechanized Cavalry Regiment 3 'Coraceros General Pacheco' Mechanized Infantry Regiment 3 'General Belgrano' Mechanized Infantry Regiment 6 Mechanized Artillery Group 10 20th Mechanized Brigade Mechanized Cavalry Regiment 19 Mechanized Infantry Regiment 38 Mechanized Infantry Regiment 44 Mechanized Artillery Group 20 Division Troops Mounted Rifle Company 10 Mechanized Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 10 Mechanized Artillery Group 110 Mechanized Engineer Bn 9 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 170 106th Reserve Brigade 107th Reserve Brigade 110th Reserve Brigade 501st Army Aviation Group Aviation Bn 501 Aviation Bn 6 Aviation Bn 7 Aviation Bn 10 VII Army Corps “Army of the Rio Plato” VII Corps is Argentina’s frontline formation in its long running confrontation with Brazil. Corrientes and Entre Rios as well as having forces deployed in Uruguay. VII Corps has operational command of the Uruguayan Army. It is stationed in the border provinces of Misiones. Its permanently assigned forces are amongst the best trained and equipped in the Ejército Argentino.
So far the Ag Ej Exped has languished on Kimanjano and seen little action and may well be withdrawn from the French Arm. Montana Expeditionary Army Group (Agrupación de Ejército Expedicionario) The Ag Ej Exped is Argentina’s contribution to the Kafer War and along with its Mexican counterpart forms the División Latina. It works very closely with the locally based units of the Mexican 8º Ejército. Its main force is drawn from the Div Bl VII although other elements have been trawled from across the army. Montana Marine Infantry Security Company. 29th Mountain Brigade Mountain Rifle Company Paracaidista 29 Light Cavalry Regiment de Montaña 27 Mountain Infantry Regiment 49 Mountain Infantry Regiment 55 Mountain Artillery Group 29 Naval Detachment.3rd Mounted Brigade Light Cavalry Regiment 5 'General Martín Miguel de Güemes' Mounted Infantry Regiment 18 Mounted Infantry Regiment 28 Mounted Artillery Group 3 13th Mounted Brigade Light Cavalry Regiment 13 Mounted Infantry Regiment 29 Mounted Infantry Regiment 30 Mounted Artillery Group 13 Division Troops Mounted Rifle Company 3 Armored Rfile Company 3 Light Cavalry Reconnaissance Sqdn 3 Mounted Artillery Group 103 Mounted Engineer Bn 3 Anti-Aircraft Artillery Group 163 30th Cavalry Brigade Hover Cavalry Reconnaissance Regiment 18 'Lanceros San Javier' Light Cavalry Reconnaissance Regiment 23 ‘Húsares de Santa Maria’ Mounted Rifle Regiment 30 102nd Reserve Brigade 103rd Reserve Brigade 701st Army Aviation Group Aviation Bn 701 Aviation Bn 2 Aviation Bn 3 Army Group Montana (Agrupación de Ejército de Montaña) The Ag Ej Mont is Argentina’s military force on its colony of Montaña and amounts to a single brigade with some service support elements. both units share common training and equipment. Division Latina 17th Hover Armor Brigade Hover Tank Regiment 6 'Blandengues' Hover Tank Regiment 21 Hover Infantry Regiment 32 Hover Infantry Regiment 43 Hover Artillery Group 17 1st Provisional Expeditionary Brigade (Mexico) 20th Aero-Mechanized Infantry Regiment 25th Infantry Regiment .
4 Anti-Aircraft Bn No.4 Marine Artillery Bn No.3 (Argentine Navy) Naval Detachment.1 Marine Infantry Bn No.3 Combat Diver Detachment No.1 Marine Hover Tank Bn No.2 Marine Infantry Bn No. Rio Gallego Naval Detachment.3 Marine Artillery Bn No.2 Engineer Company No.9 Marine Hover Tank Bn No.4 Command & Logistic Support Bn No.1 Marine Infantry Bn No.2 Marine Artillery Bn No.1 Engineer Company No.2 (Argentine Navy) 3rd Marine Infantry Force 'Austral' (3er Fuerza de Infantería de Marina) Force Command No.4 Engineer Company No.2 Marine Hover Tank Bn No.4 National Gendarme Gendarmeria Nacional .8 Marine Infantry Bn No.4 Communications Bn No.1 Amphibious Commando Group No.2 Communications Bn No.7 Marine Artillery Bn No.2 Anti-Aircraft Bn No.1 Naval Detachment.1 Anti-Aircraft Bn No.3 Anti-Aircraft Bn No. Buenos Aires 2nd Marine Infantry Force 'Flota del Mar' .(2da Fuerza de Infantería de Marina) Force Command No.2 Amphibious Commando Group No.3 Marine Infantry Bn No.5 Marine Infantry Bn No.3 Communications Bn No.Argentine Marines Infantería de Marina 1st Marine Infantry Force 'Rio Plato' .1 Communications Bn No.2 Combat Diver Detachment No.3 Command & Logistic Support Bn No.4 Amphibious Commando Group No.3 Amphibious Commando Group No. Austral Reserve Marine Infantry Force (Fuerza de Infantería de Marina de Reserva) Reserve Force Command Marine Infantry Bn No.6 Marine Hover Tank Bn No.3 Marine Infantry Bn No.2 Command & Logistic Support Bn No.1 Command & Logistic Support Bn No.3 Engineer Company No.7 Marine Hover Tank Bn No.4 Marine Infantry Bn No.(1ta Fuerza de Infantería de Marina) Force Command No. Rio Grande Naval Detachment.
Republic of Bolivia Bolivian Army Ejercito de Bolivia Zona de Seguridad de Arica 1ra Divisíon de Infantería Mecanizado 5ta Divisíon de Infantería Mecanizado 1ra Brigada Independente de Tanques Pesada 6ta Brigada Independente de Infantería de Marina 7ma Brigada de Artillería de Campaña 9na Brigada de Artillería Antiaério Batallon de Policia Militar II “Ruben Amezaga” Batallon de Policia Militar III “Esteban Arce” I Cuerpo (S/SW border facing Chile and Argentina) 4ta Divisíon de Infantería de Monte 7ma Divisíon de Infantería de Monte Artillery Regiment de Campaña 3 "Pisagua" Artillery Regiment de Campaña 9 "Mitre" 2da Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva 3er Divisíon de Infatería de Reserva II Cuerpo (E/NE border facing Brazil) 2da Divisíon de Infantería de Selva 3er Brigada Independente de Infantería Aeromovel 5ta Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva III Cuerpo (N/NW border facing the Inca Republic) 3er Divisíon de Infantería de Montaña 6ta Divisíon de Infantería de Selva IV Cuerpo (Strategic Reserve) 2da Brigada Independente Aero-Blindada 4ta Brigada Independente Aero-Blindada 5ta Brigada Independente de Infantería Mecanizado Brigada de Fuerzas Especiales de Ejército 1ra Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva 4ta Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva 6ta Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva .
Tiraine 4th Naval Fusiliers Division 41st Naval Cavalry Brigade .Teresopolis 1st Mountain Commando Bn 3rd Mountain Commando Bn nd 2 Special Air Support Group I Amphibious Corps Corps Troops 4th Amphibious Commando Bn “Riachuelo” 16th Tank Regiment 1st Coast Artillery Group 16th Self-Propelled Artillery Group 2nd Naval Fusiliers Division “Caiena” 21st Naval Fusiliers Brigade “Cabo Polonio” 22nd Naval Fusiliers Brigade “Bahia Blanca” 23rd Naval Cavalry Brigade 24th Division Artillery Group rd 3 Naval Fusiliers Division “Rio Acary” 31st Amphibious Brigade “Humaita” 32nd Amphibious Brigade 33rd Amphibious Brigade (Lt. Mech) 34th Amphibious Transport Brigade 35th Division Artillery Group 361st Anti-Tank Regiment st 1 Corps Air Group Provincia Command – Provinica do Brasil.Republic of Brazil Brazilian Army Exercito Brasileiro Corps of Naval Fusiliers (Marine Corps) Corpo de Fuzileiros Navais Brazil Command 1st Naval Fusiliers Division “Logoa Mirim” 1st Amphibious Commando Bn “Tonelero” Air-Sea Attack Group 114 11th Naval Cavalry Brigade “Paissandu” 14th Attack & Recon Aviation Group Air-Sea Attack Group 125 12th Naval Cavalry Brigade 15th Attack & Recon Aviation Group Air-Sea Attack Group 136 13th Naval Cavalry Brigade 16th Attack & Recon Aviation Group th 10 Sub-Surface Commando Brigade – Salvador. Bahia 2nd Sub-Surface Commando Bn “Mar del Plata” [Tubaro] 6th Sub-Surface Commando Bn [Selkie] th 50 Jungle Brigade – Manaus 3rd Riverine Commando Bn 901st Recon/Attack Sqdn [Quiriquiri] 902nd Recon/Attack Sqdn [Quiriquiri] 903rd Recon/Attack Sqdn [Quiriquiri} st 51 Mountain Brigade (-) .
42nd Amphibious Brigade 43rd Amphibious Brigade 46th Division Artillery Group th 4 Mixed Air Group Mountain Warfare Center 2nd Bn. Mech) 122nd Amphibious Brigade 123rd Amphibious Brigade (Lt. Mech) 124th Division Artillery Group 126th Anti-Tank Regiment th 7 Corps Air Group . Mountain Commando Regiment – Detached from 51st Mountain Brigade Reserve Command 11th Naval Fusiliers Division (Combat Loss Replacement) 44th Amphibious Brigade – Provincia do Brasil II Amphibious Corps Corps Troops 5th Amphibious Commando Bn 17th Tank Regiment 15th Coast Artillery Group 24th Self-Propelled Artillery Group th 10 Naval Fusiliers Division “Rio Paranaiba” 101st Naval Cavalry Brigade 102nd Naval Fusiliers Brigade 103rd Naval Fusiliers Brigade 104th Division Artillery Group th 12 Naval Fusiliers Division “Araucaria” 121st Amphibious Brigade (Lt.
Infantry Regiment N°2 "Maipo" I Special Forces Bn.Republic of Chile Chilean Army Ejercito de Chile Army General Headquarters (Cuartel General de Ejército) Special Forces Brigade (Brigada de Fuerzas Especiales) I Special Forces Bn. Infantry Regiment N°16 "Talca" 6th Heavy Artillery Brigade 9th Heavy Artillery Brigade (Reserve) I Corps 1st Armored Division 1st Brigade I/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°1 "Granaderos" I/Infantry Regiment N°1 "Buin" 2nd Brigade IV/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°1 "Granaderos” II/Infantry Regiment N°1 "Buin" 3rd Brigade II/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°4 "Coraceros" I/Infantry Regiment N°6 "Chacabuco" 4th Brigade II/ Armored Cavalry Regiment N°8 "Exploradores" I/Infantry Regiment N°15 "Calama" 1st Division Artillery Brigade 2nd Mechanized Division 1st Brigade II/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°1 "Granaderos" I/Infantry Regiment N°10 "Pudeto" 2nd Brigade III/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°1 "Granaderos" II/Infantry Regiment N°15 "Calama" 3rd Brigade I/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°4 "Coraceros" II/ Infantry Regiment N°7 "Esmeralda" 4th Brigade I/Infantry Regiment N°21 "Arica" III/Infantry Regiment N°21 "Arica" 5th Engineer Brigade I/Sapper Regiment N°1 "Atacama" II/Sapper Regiment N°1 "Atacama" 2nd Division Artillery Brigade 4th Mechanized Division 1st Brigade III/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°4 "Coraceros" I/Infantry Regiment N°7 "Esmeralda" 2nd Brigade I/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°8 "Exploradores" III/Infantry Regiment N°7 "Esmeralda" 3rd Brigade III/ Armored Cavalry Regiment N°8 "Exploradores" IV/Infantry Regiment No 7 “Esmeralda” 4th Brigade I/Infantry Regiment N°8 "Tucapel" II/Infantry Regiment N°8 "Tucapel" .
7 “Guias” I/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°7 "Guías" II/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°7 "Guías" III/Armored Cavalry Regiment N°7 "Guías" I/ Artillery Regiment N°3 "Silva Renard" 7th Corps Artillery Brigade 2nd Independent Brigade (Reserve) 4th Independent Brigade (Reserve) .6 “Dragones” I/ Hover Cavalry Regiment N°6 "Dragones" II/ Hover Cavalry Regiment N°6 "Dragones" II/Infantry Regiment N°10 "Pudeto" II/Artillery Regiment N°7 "Chorrillos" 8th Corps Artillery Brigade 1st Independent Brigade (Reserve) 3rd Independent Brigade (Reserve) II Corps 3rd Mountain Division 1st Mountain Brigade I/Mountain Infantry Regiment N°9 "Chillán" II/ Mountain Infantry Regiment N°9 "Chillán" 2nd Airmobile Brigade II/Infantry Regiment de Paracaidistas N°16 "Talca" III/ Infantry Regiment de Paracaidistas N°16 "Talca" 3rd Mountain Brigade I/Mountain Infantry Regiment N°23 "Copiapó" II/ Mountain Infantry Regiment N°23 "Copiapó" 3rd Division Artillery Brigade I/Mountain Sapper Regiment N°4 "Arauco" Antarctic Operations School 5th Mountain Division 1st Airmobile Brigade II/Infantry Regiment de Paracaidistas N°2 "Maipo" III/ Infantry Regiment de Paracaidistas N°2 "Maipo" 2nd Mountain Brigade I/ Mountain Infantry Regiment N°12 "Sangra" II/Mountain Infantry RegimentN°12 "Sangra” 3rd Mountain Brigade I/Mountain Infantry Regiment N°19 "Colchagua" II/ Mountain Infantry Regiment N°19 "Colchagua" 5th Division Artillery Brigade II/Mountain Sapper Regiment N°4 "Arauco" Armored Cavalry Group No.3 “Husares” I/ Hover Cavalry Regiment N°3 "Húsares" II/ Hover Cavalry Regiment N°3 "Húsares" II/Infantry Regiment N°21 "Arica" III/Artillery Regiment N°2 "Maturana" Armored Cavalry Group No.5th Engineer Brigade I/Sapper Regiment N°5 "Punta Arenas” II/Sapper Regiment N°5 "Punta Arenas" 4th Division Artillery Brigade Armored Cavalry Group No.
Incan Republic República Popular del Inca Incan Republic National Army Ejército Nacional de República Inca Ejército del Norte [HQ: Quito] IIda Cuerpo de Ejército (Division-Sized Units) 1ro Kimsa Pachak de Tiradors Blindado “Topac Yupanqui” (A) 2da Chunka Waranqa Montaña (B) (Brigade and Smaller Sized Independent Units) Waranqa de Fuerzas Especiales del Norte (A) 1ra Waranqa de Anfibia (E) [Guayaquil. Ecuador] 11ro Pachak de Artillería Antiaéreo (A) 157ma Packak de Artillería de Montaña “Saraguro” (A) 159no Packak de Artillería de Montaña (B) Grupo Takiri (E) Ira Cuerpo de Runa 3er Chunka Waranqa del Runa “Quitas” (D) 51ro Chunka Waranqa del Runa “Huaorani” (C) 54ta Chunka Waranqa del Runa “Quichuas” (D) 87ma Chunka Waranqa del Runa “Otovalo” (C) 92da Chunka Waranqa del Runa “Tsáchila” (D) Ejército del Sud [HQ: Lima] Ira Cuerpo de Ejército (central Peru) (Division-Sized Units) 1ra Chunka Waranqa de Fuerzas Especiales “Los Serranos” (A) 3ra Waranqa de Fuerzas Especiales “Katari” 4ta Waranqa Montaña “Tarapaca” (A) (Brigade and Smaller Sized Independent Units) Waranqa Inca de la Guardia (A) 1ra Pachak de Aviación Militar (A) 18vo Pachak Blindado “Qari Wakanka” (The Bulls) (A) Grupo Yawarpuma (E) IIIer Cuerpo de Ejército (southern Peru) (Division-Sized Units) 3ra Kimsa Pachak Blindada “Huaynaputina” (A) 3ra Kimsa Pachak de Cabellería (A) (Brigade and Smaller Sized Independent Units) 1ra Waranqa de Fuerzas Especiales “Kuntur” (A) 5ta Waranqa Montaña (A) 19na Waranqa Montaña (B) 208va Pachak de Aviación Militar (A) IVta Cuerpo de Runa (northern Peru) (Division-Sized Units) 2da Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) 7ma Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) 52da Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) 79na Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) .
Peru] 2da Waranqa de Fuerzas Especiales “Kutuna” (Peru) Grupo de Aviación Uruguayo Voluntario (F) Grupo Matsuhara (E) La Legión Internacional Libertad de Antisuyu (F) VIIma Cuerpo de Selva (Division-Sized Units) 1ra Chunka Waranqa de Selva “Túpac Amaru” (Peru) (A) 5ta Chunka Waranqa de Selva “Marshall Antonio Jose de Sucre” (Peru) (A) 77ma Chunka Waranqa de Selva “Héroes del Rio Japura” (Peru) (A) 106ta Chunka Waranqa de Selva “Andrés Cáceres” (Peru) (A) (Brigade and Smaller Sized Independent Units) 11ra Pachak de Aviación Militar (Peru & Ecuador) (A) IX Cuerpo de Selva (Division-Sized Units) 4ta División de Infantería de Selva (Colombia) (A) 17ma Chunka Waranqa de Selva “Pastaza” (Ecuador) (A) (Brigade and Smaller Sized Independent Units) Grupo de Aviación de Ejército 27 (Colombia) (A) 304ta Waranqa de Selva (B) (Peru) . Colombia] IVta Cuerpo (Venezuela Border) 1ra División Blindada (A) 5ta División de Infantería (A) 9na División de Infantería 11ra Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva VIta Cuerpo (Central Colombia) 2da División Infantería (B) 3er División de Infantería Paracaidista 7ma División Blindada (A) 12da Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva 13ra Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva 14ta Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva VIIIta Cuerpo (Brazil Border) 8va División de Infantería de Selva 6ta División de Infantería (B) 10ma Divisíon de Infantería de Reserva Ejército de Antisuyu [HQ: Iñapari.(Brigade-Sized Units) 301ra Waranqa del Runa (C) [Lima] XIro Cuerpo de Runa (central Peru) 8va Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) 11ra Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) 31ra Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) XIXna Cuerpo de Runa 4ta Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) 12da Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) 19na Chunka Waranqa del Runa (C) Ejército del Colombia [HQ: Bogotá.
Ejército de Mariategui (Rho Eridani) 1ra Waranqa de Selva (A) 2ra Waranqa del Runa (D) Ejército de Wampar Allpa (Austin's World) 1ra Waranqa de Montaña (B) 2ra Waranqa del Runa (C) 3ra Waranqa del Runa (D) 4ta Waranqa del Runa (D) Notes: (A) Unit is a first-line formation manned at or near 100%. but is at less than 70% strength during peacetime. and with full equipment set. paramilitary units subordinate to Chapaqinchikkuna internal security ministry. (E) Unit not under direct ENRI control (naval infantry. (F) International unit or foreign military unit serving under ENRI command under various agreements. (C) “del Runa” units (Peoples’ Militia). Mobilization to full strength would require recall of former conscripts and refresher training. and would require extensive mobilization of reserves and appropriation of additional equipment to be brought up to full strength. likely maintained at less than one-third strength. particularly in terms of modern combat systems and key technical personnel. (B) Unit is a first-line formation. in theory. (D) “del Runa” units (Peoples’ Militia).). likely maintained at one-half to one-third strength. . In practice. etc. and would require extensive mobilization of reserves and appropriation of additional equipment to be brought up to full strength. These units are. capable of being fully operational within 60 days of a mobilization order. it would take perhaps 2-3 times as long to fully man and equip the units.
Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Maracay 2e Escuadron Andersson An-83 Roggenhund (8) Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Maracay Grupo Aérea de Operaciones Especiales Base Aérea 'Teniente Celestine Rivera'.Base Aérea 'Teniente Vincente Landaeta'. Maracay 1e Escuadron BoRT-22 Zvezda (4) Base Aérea 'El Libertador'.Base Aérea 'Teniente Vincente Landaeta'. Maracay 1e Escuadron “Dragones” [BoRT-23 Shkval] 2e Escuadron “Caribes” [BoRT-13 Smerch-M] 3e Escuadron “Gavilanes” [BoRT-16 Grad-M] Grupo Aérea de Attaque . Barquismeto 3e Escuadron “Los Lupos” Andersson [An-84 Rottkappchen] . Maracay 1e Escuadron “Diabolos” [BoRT-17 Uragan-M] 2e Escuadron “Los Linces”Andersson [An-84 Rottkappchen] . Amazonas 1e Escuadron Tikhonov Ti-5 Rys (8) .Base Aérea 'Teniente Vincente Landaeta'. Barcelona 2e Escuadron Andersson An-95 Rheintochter (8) Base Aérea 'Teniente Luis de Valle Garcia'. Barcelona Grupo Aérea de Vigilancia Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Barquismeto 1e Escuadron “Caciques” [Tikhonov Ti-4 Medved] 2e Escuadron “Guerreros” [Neuman Ne-76 Wiesel / Neuman Ne-77 Marder] Grupo Aérea de Patrulla Base Aérea 'Teniente Luis de Valle Garcia'. Barquismeto 4e Escuadron “Halcones” [Komarov Ko-15 Stepnoj Orel] 5e Escuadron “Grifos” [Komarov Ko-15 Stepnoj Orel] Grupo de Caballeria Aérea .Republic of Venezuela Venezuelan Army Ejercito Venezolano Regíon Militar Norte I División Aero-Blindado III División de Infantería Motorizado VI División Aero-Blindada X Cuerpo de Ingenieros 94ta Brigada de Artillería de Campaña Autopropulsado 97ma Brigada de Fuerzas Especiales Regíon Militar Occidental II División Aero-Blindado V División de Infantería Motorizado VIII División de Infantería de Selva 93er Brigada de Cabellería Contraguerillas 99na Brigada de Fuerzas Especiales Regíon Militar Oriental IV División de Infantería de Selva VII División de Infantería Motorizado 91ra Brigada de Cabellería Contraguerillas Venezuelan Air Force Fuerza Aérea Venezolano Grupo Aérea de Caza “Coronel Felipe Jiminez” .Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Barcelona 1e Escuadron Novi Taganrog Aerospace TAG-17 Trauler (12) Base Aérea 'Teniente Luis de Valle Garcia'.
Barquismeto 3e Escuadron Novi Taganrog Aerospace TAG-20 Verbljud (12) Novi Taganrog Aerospace TAG-27 Zhiraf (6) Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Barcelona . Base Aérea 'Generalisimo Francisco de Miranda'. Amazonas 3e Escuadron Vickers-Foss Atlas R. Amazonas 1e Pelotón de Cazador Aéreo 60 Men 2e Pelotón de Cazador Aéreo 60 Men Grupo Aérea de Transporte “Pegasos” Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Barquismeto 6e Batallón de la Defensa. Maracay 1e Escuadron Semyonov Se-20 (6) Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Base Aérea 'Teniente Luis de Valle Garcia'. Barcelona Grupo de Logisticas Base Aérea 'Teniente Luis de Valle Garcia'. Maracay 7e Batallón de la Defensa. Maracay 4e Escuadron Various VVIP types Base Aérea 'Generalisimo Francisco de Miranda'. Caracas 5e Batallón de la Defensa. Amazonas 2e Escuadron MK Aerospace Bakkie-Utility (12) MK Aerospace Bakkie-Assault (8) MK Aerospace Bakkie-Skycrane (4) Base Aérea 'Teniente Celestine Rivera'. Maracay 2e Batallón de la Defensa.6 (2) Heorot Aerospace Seamew TR2 (6) Ncome River Aerospace Blouvalk (12) Avions des Alpes Petit Duc (6) Royal Masiran Systems Hurricane (8) Base Aérea 'Teniente Celestine Rivera'. Caracas Grupo de Defensa 1e Batallón de la Defensa. Base Aérea 'Teniente Vincente Landaeta'. Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Caracas 5e Escuadron Garcia Lunez Colibri-L (6) Base Aérea 'Generalisimo Francisco de Miranda'. Maracay 2e Escuadron Wolniak Wo-170 Fledermaus (10) Wolniak Wo-171 Vampir (4) Base Aérea 'Teniente Vincente Landaeta'. Amazonas 4e Escuadron de Defensa Base Aérea 'Teniente Celestine Rivera'. Amazonas 5e Escuadron Base Aérea 'Teniente Celestine Rivera'. Base Aérea 'El Libertador'. Barcelona 3e Batallón de la Defensa. Maracay 4e Batallón de la Defensa. Base Aérea 'Teniente Luis de Valle Garcia'.Tikhonov Ti-6 Bars (16) Base Aérea 'Teniente Celestine Rivera'.
Africa & the Middle East Anzania Islamic Union Pan-African Confederation Turkey .
Republic of Anzania .
Islamic Union .
Pan-African Confederation .
Republic of Turkey Turkish Land Forces Turk Kara Kuvvetleri Land Forces Command Ozel Kuvvetler Komutanligi (OKK) Muharebe Arama Kurtarma (MAK) Su Alti Taaruz (SAT) Amfibi Deniz Piyade Tümen 1 Amfibi Deniz Piyade 5 Anfibi Deniz Piyade Hava Indirme Komando Tümen 4th Havacýlýk Tugay 5th Havacýlýk Tugay 6th Havacýlýk Tugay Air Defence Rgt 1st Ordu 2nd Kolordu 52nd Zýrhlý Süvari Tümen 8th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 11th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 23rd Mekanize Piyade Tugay 8th Mekanize Piyade Tümen 12th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 4th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 8th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 66th Mekanize Piyade Tümen 13th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 6th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 66th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 102nd Artillery Regiment 1st Heavy Tank Battalion 546th Engineer Battalion 3rd Kolordu 1st Zýrhlý Tümen 2nd Zýrhlý Tugay 18th Zýrhlý Tugay 1st Piyade Tugay .
2nd Piyade Tümen 95th Zýrhlý Tugay 48th Piyade Tugay 11th Piyade Tugay 4th Piyade Tümen 1st Zýrhlý Tugay 19th Piyade Tugay 2nd Piyade Tugay 105th Artillery Regiment 2nd Heavy Tank Battalion 547th Engineer Battalion 5th Kolordu (Reserve) 58th Zýrhlý Süvari Tümen 15th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 16th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 65th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 3rd Mekanize Piyade Tümen 17th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 54th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 55th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 6th Mekanize Piyade Tümen 18th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 1st Mekanize Piyade Tugay 12th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 109th Artillery Regiment 3rd Heavy Tank Battalion 548th Engineer Battalion 1st Komando Tugay 1st Havacýlýk Tugay 24th ADA battalion 1st MI battalion 1st Engineer regiment 2nd Ordu 11th Kolordu 2nd Zýrhlý Tümen 3rd Zýrhlý Tugay 5th Zýrhlý Tugay 229th Piyade Tugay 28th Piyade Tümen .
4th Zýrhlý Tugay 29th Piyade Tugay 51st Piyade Tugay 39th Piyade Tümen (Reserve) 14th Zýrhlý Tugay 16th Piyade Tugay 20th Piyade Tugay 9th Artillery regiment 4th Heavy Tank Battalion 549th Engineer Battalion 15th Kolordu 53rd Zýrhlý Süvari Tümen 19th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 20th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 14th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 23rd Mekanize Piyade Tümen 21st Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 9th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 25th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 33rd Mekanize Piyade Tümen 22nd Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 28th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 47th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 106th Artillery regiment 5th Heavy Tank Battalion 550th Engineer Battalion 6th Kolordu (Reserve) 54th Zýrhlý Süvari Tümen 23rd Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 24th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 61st Mekanize Piyade Tugay 61st Mekanize Piyade Tümen 25th Zýrhlý Süvari Tugay 33rd Mekanize Piyade Tugay 7th Mekanize Piyade Tugay 65th Piyade Tümen 26th Zýrhlý Tugay 17th Piyade Tugay .
41st Piyade Tugay 107th Artillery regiment 6th Heavy Tank Battalion 551st Engineer Battalion 2nd Komando Tugay 2nd Havacýlýk Tugay 25th ADA battalion 2nd MI battalion 2nd Engineer regiment 3rd Ordu 9th Kolordu 3rd Zýrhlý Tümen 66th Zýrhlý Tugay 10th Zýrhlý Tugay 71st Piyade Tugay 9th Piyade Tümen 9th Zýrhlý Tugay 27th Piyade Tugay 39th Piyade Tugay 1st Piyade Tümen (Reserve) 220th Zýrhlý Tugay 70th Piyade Tugay 49th Piyade Tugay 115th Artillery regiment 7th Heavy Tank Battalion 552nd Engineer Battalion 8th Jandarma Kolordu 12th Jandarma Piyade Tümen 211th Jandarma Piyade Tugay 5th Jandarma Piyade Tugay 15th Jandarma Piyade Tugay 29th Jandarma Piyade Tümen 62nd Jandarma Piyade Tugay 3rd Jandarma Piyade Tugay 21st Jandarma Piyade Tugay 51st Jandarma Piyade Tümen (Reserve) 22nd Jandarma Piyade Tugay 212th Jandarma Piyade Tugay 213th Jandarma Piyade Tugay .
Jandarma Komando Tugay 4th Zýrhlý Tümen (Reserve) 6th Zýrhlý Tugay 7th Zýrhlý Tugay 10th Piyade Tugay 3rd Komando Tugay 3rd Havacýlýk Tugay 26th ADA battalion 3rd MI battalion 3rd Engineer regiment .
Asia & Oceania Australia Canton Central Asian Republic China Indian States ◦ Bengal ◦ Bombay ◦ India ◦ Mysore ◦ Punjab Indochina Indonesia Iran Japan Manchuria Nepal New Zealand .
Space Forces Command (3 SWS) 1st AeroSpace Search and Rescue Squadron (1 ASRS) 1st Combat Diver Squadron.Darwin 3rd Mechanized Brigade Group 4th Motorized Brigade Group 5th Airmobile Brigade Group 6th Jungle Brigade Group 52nd Infantry Brigade (Reserve) rd 3 Australian Division (Western) . Naval Forces Command (1 CDS) Field Forces Command Earth Theater Rapid Deployment Division . Perth Naval Rifles (1 PNR) Marine Light Regt..Canberra Para-Commando Brigade 1st Bn.Confederation of Australia Special Troops Command Earth Theater Z-Special Unit. Sydney Naval Fusiliers (1 SNF) 1st Bn.Brisbane 1st Bn.Perth 7th Mechanized Brigade Group 8th Light Brigade Group 9th Motorized Brigade Group 53rd Infantry Brigade (Reserve) 54th Infantry Brigade (Reserve) th 4 Long-Range Artillery Brigade 5th Theater Aviation Group Tirane Theater . Treaty of Fremantle Peacekeeping Forces . Commando Regiment of Australia (2 CRA) – deployed Anglo Brigade.Sydney 1st Mechanized Brigade Group 2nd Motorized Brigade Group 50th Infantry Brigade (Reserve) 51st Infantry Brigade (Reserve) nd 2 Australian Division (Northern) . Para Regiment of Australia (2 PRA) . Para Regiment of Australia (1 PRA) 2nd Bn.(CW) 1st Bn. 2Nd Composite Assault Aviation Sqdn. Marine Regiment of Australia (1 MRA) 2nd Bn. Marine Regiment of Australia (2 MRA) 3rd Bn. Marine Regiment of Australia (3 MRA) . Commando Regiment of Australia (7 CRA) 3rd SpaceWalker Squadron.(CW) 1st Bn.CAR Brigade of Australian Marines . Special Air Service Regiment (MSU-SASR) 7th Bn. (1 NES) 1st Composite Assault Aviation Sqdn. Artillery Corps of Australia 1st Naval Engineer Sqdn. st 1 Australian Division (Eastern) . Commando Regiment of Australia (1 CRA) 2nd Bn. Special Air Service Regiment (ZSU-SASR) M-Special Unit.
Rimward Theater AeroSpace Defence Command Fighter Division 1st Air Defence Wing 2nd Air Defence Wing 3rd Fighter Wing 4th Fighter Wing Strike/Recon Division 5th Fighter-Bomber Wing 6th Fighter-Bomber Wing 7th Recon/Attack Wing 8th Recon/Attack Wing 9th Interdiction Wing Transport Division 10th Lift Wing (Heavy) 11th Lift Wing (Heavy) 12th Lift Wing (Medium) 13th Lift Wing (Medium) 14th Lift Wing (Interface) Naval Forces Command Space Forces Command .
Bishek. Kazakhstan 11th Tank Brigade 3rd Air Assault Regiment 346th Assault Battalion 35th Air Assault Regiment (Special Operations) 1st Aviation Brigade Ferghana Military District (South-Eastern Region) .Dushanbe. Uzbekistan 15th Tank Brigade 91st Tank Brigade 100th Tank Brigade 101st Tank Brigade 55th Assault Regiment 2nd Artillery Brigade 28th Air Assault Bde . Kazakhstan 4th Motorized Rifle Regiment 20th Motorized Rifle Regiment 27th Motorized Rifle Regiment 41st Motorized Rifle Regiment 8th Artillery Brigade .Central Asian Republic CAR Army Almaty Military District (Capital Security Zone) . Kyrgyzstan 2nd Motorized Rifle Regiment 56th Motorized Rifle Regiment 84th Motorized Rifle Regiment 165th Motorized Rifle Regiment 6th Artillery Brigade 45th Rifle Division .Turkmenbashy.Ashgabat.Bukhoro.Samarkand.Astana. Uzbekistan 2nd Tank Brigade 4th Tank Brigade 7th Tank Brigade 80th Tank Brigade 56th Assault Regiment 127th Artillery Brigade 21st Air Assault Brigade (Motorized Rifle) . Turkmenistan 1st Motorized Rifle Regiment 8th Motorized Rifle Regiment 10th Motorized Rifle Regiment 147th Motorized Rifle Regiment 24th Artillery Brigade 2nd Mobile Division . Turkmenistan Kazakhstan Military District (Kazakhstan Region) 4th Rifle Division .Almaty.Tashkent 32nd Aviation Bde – Tashkent Amu Darya Military District (South-Western Region) 5th Rifle Division .Bishek. Kyrgyzstan 1st Rifle Division . Tajikistan 3rd Motorized Rifle Regiment 5th Motorized Rifle Regiment 42nd Motorized Rifle Regiment 360th Motorized Rifle Regiment 1st Artillery Brigade 3rd Mobile Division .
Strategic Studies Group .6th Mobile Division .Baykonur Cosmodrome. Royal 22e Regiment – (Canada) 2nd Bn.(RAPAS) 3e Compagnie – (RAPAS) 5e Division Blindee 7e Regiment de Chasseurs (7 RCh) – Recce 6e Spahis Algeriens (6 SA) 502e Regiment de Chars de Combat (502 RCC) I/46e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/46 RI) 5e Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens (5 RTA) I/92e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/92 RI) 22e Division de la Marche 3e Regiment de Chasseurs (3 RCh) – Recce 1e Chasseurs d'Afrique (1 ChA) 2e Regiment de Cuirassiers (2 RC) 9e Regiment d'Aero-Cuirassiers (9 RC) 30e Groupment Chasseurs (30 GC) II/4e Regiment d'Infanterie de Tirane (II/4 RIT) III/9e Regiment de Zouzves (III/9 RZ) 9e Division Airmobile I/9e Regiment d'Infanterie (I/9 RI) Japan 6th Marine Infantry Regiment 3rd Combined Company.(RAPAS) 2e Compagnie . The Royal Gurkha Rifles (6 RGR) – (UK) 1st Bn.(Australia) Euro Brigade 1st Parachute Rifle Bn – (Portugal) 3rd Alpini Bn – (Italy) 32nd Commando Sqdn – (Greece) Mercenary Forces Central Asian Legion (Russian-backed) 1st Combined Arms Regiment 2nd Rifle Regiment 3rd Air Assault Regiment Groupement de l'Asie Centrale / 12e Corps (France) 10e Regiment de Choc (10 CHOC) 1e Compagnie . Kazakhstan Foreign Forces Treaty of Fremantle Peacekeeping Forces Anglo Brigade 6th Bn. Kazakhstan 102nd Tank Brigade 110th Tank Brigade 201st Tank Brigade 313th Tank Brigade 57th Assault Regiment 7th Artillery Brigade 22nd Air Assault Bde (Motorized Rifle) . Commando Regiment of Australia (2 CRA) .Saryshagan.
The Indian States Bengal Bombay Republic of India Mysore Punjab .
Sabzevar 28th Mechanized Division “Abbas Shah” . Hormuzgan Province.Khomein .Shahrud 11th Reserve Strike Corps 17th Armored Division 46th Mechanized Division 130th Armored Division 14th Reserve Infantry Corps 7th Infantry Division 132nd Infantry Division 503rd Infantry Division 21st Reserve Infantry Corps 16th Infantry Division 47th Infantry Division 208th Infantry Division 209th Infantry Division Urban Defense Garrison Commands (Reserve) 9th Infantry Division “Shahur” (Reserve) .Shahrud. Gilan Province 23rd Special Forces Division “Barzan Aryanpur Shah” .Bandar-e-Lengeh.Bandar 'E Mah Shahr 4th Airmobile Division “Kaveh Ahangar” (-) .Bandar Abbas/Baluchistan Border 2nd Strike Corps .Bushehr 4th Marine Commando Brigade .Khorasan Province/CAR Border 1st Strike Corps (+) .Jask 6th Airmobile Division “Daryus Shahanshah” .Gorgan 2nd (Southern) Army 162nd Frontier Regiment .Shiraz 44th Airborne Division “Amir Kabir” .Bojnurd.The Imperial Caliphate of Iran Imperial Iranian Army Iranian Special Forces Command . AOR Central Asian Frontier 18th Armored Division “Ferdowsi” .Kerman 114th Infantry Division “Jamal ed-Din Afghani” . Hormuzgan Province 19th Mechanized Division “Muhammad Tabatabai” . Mazanabad Province 3rd Army Aviation Brigade 7th Strategic Response Corps . Khorasan province 19th Mountain Regiment. 75th Mountain Division . AOR Persian Gulf Littoral 1st Armored Division “Karbala” .Bojnurd.Bushehr 4th Infantry Corps (-) .Khorasan Province/Afghan Border 116th Frontier Regiment .Mashad 64th Infantry Division “Hafez” .Rasht.Tehran 12th Infantry Division “Khorramshahr” (Reserve) .Tehran 2nd Marine Division “al-Faw” . 4th Airmobile Division .Gorgan 81st Armored Division “Reza Shah” . Khorasan province 102nd Airmobile Regiment.Karaj.Khorramshahr 1st (Northern) Army 101st Frontier Regiment .Bandar-e-Lengeh.
Hamadan. Hamadan Province/Kurdish Border 187th Frontier Regiment . Lower Khuzestan Province 45th Infantry Division “Jamal Al-e Ahmad” . Hamadan Province. Upper Khuzestan 116th Infantry Division “Shahnaz A’lami” .Khorramshahr. AOR Northwestern Frontier 34th Mountain Division “Ali Memmasanni” .Zanjan 102nd Mountain Division “Ali Akbar Saidi Sirjani” .Nibelungen 1st Mouru Local Defense Regiment (Reserve) Bahkdhi .Hamadan. 2 reserve battalions Parachute Battalion (from Earth) Special Forces Company Tank Company Mechanized Infantry Company .Rasht. Lower Khuzestan Province 20th Reserve Infantry Corps 5th Infantry Division 14th Infantry Division 20th Infantry Division 203rd Infantry Divisions Urban Defense Garrison Commands (Reserve) 41st Infantry Division “Karaj” . Lorestan Province 75th Mountain Division (-) “Khosrow Mustafavi” .1 active battalion.Tafresh 12th Reserve Strike Corps 3rd Mechanized Division 8th Motorized Division 303rd Motorized Division Urban Defense Garrison Commands (Reserve) 38th Infantry Division “Susengard” .Bandar Abbas 3rd (Eastern) Army 117th Frontier Regiment .Rasht. Gilan Province/Azeri Border 124th Frontier Regiment .Ahvaz.77th Infantry Division “Omar Khayyam” .Joi 1st Nisaya Local Defense Regiment .Khoramabad. Lower Khuzestan Province 99th Infantry Division “Imam Reza” .Al Amarah. Hamadan Province 5th Infantry Corps .Gilan Province/Northwestern Frontier 3rd Mountain Corps .Hamadan.Beta Canum Venaticorum 1st Bahkdi Local Defense Regiment 2nd Bahkdi Local Defense Regiment (Reserve) Parachute Battalion (from Earth) Special Forces Company Tank Company Mechanized Infantry Company Nisaya .Ahvaz Extra-Solar Forces Mouru . Gilan Province/Armenian Border 150th Frontier Regiment .Ahvaz.
reinforcing their formidable reputation. They number just over 100 000 personnel and are highly trained and excellently equipped. Japan usually calls upon reinforcements from the PDF to back up the marines of the IDF.Masbate 2nd Philippine Ranger Regiment .Manila 1st Philippine Armored Division (Quezon City) 1st Pilipinas Armored Regiment 2nd Pilipinas Armored Regiment 1st Pilipinas Infantry Regiment 1st Philippine Mechanised Division (Tuguegarao) 5th Pilipinas Armored Regiment 3rd Pilipinas Mechanised Infantry Regiment 4th Pilipinas Mechanised Infantry Regiment 2nd Philippine Mechanised Division (Negros) 6th Visayas Armored Regiment 5th Visayas Mechanised Infantry Regiment 6th Visayas Mechanised Infantry Regiment 1st Philippine Reserve Division 1st Pilipinas Reserve Mechanised Infantry Regiment 1st Visayas Reserve Infantry Regiment .Empire of Japan Imperial War Cabinet Special Activities Division The Lion Guard Special Reconnaissance Regiment Strategic Studies Group Corps of Imperial Marines The Imperial Marines are responsible for expeditionary operations and are the front line of Japan's defences. Although units are assigned to each division in peacetime on mobilisation for expeditionary operations a single divisional HQ would be nominated as the operational HQ and would take under command a mix of regiments depending on the task. 1st Imperial Marine Division 'Sekigahara' 2nd Imperial Marine Division 'Hakata' 3rd Imperial Marine Division 'Kawanakajima' 1st Imperial Marine Air-Landing Brigade 1st Marine Special Air-Landing Regiment – deployed to Far Asian Republic 2nd Marine Special Air-Landing Regiment 3rd Marine Special Air-Landing Regiment nd 2 Imperial Marine Interface Brigade Imperial Defense Force Philippine/Micronesian Defense Force PDF Troops 1st Philippine Ranger Regiment . Indeed Japanese marines have a very long training period and are regarded as some of the most comprehensively trained soldiers anywhere. The marines operate predominantly at the regimental level although three divisional HQs exist. The 1st and 2nd Imperial Divisions are nominated as the primary reaction HQs whilst the 3rd Division has a reserve component and would normally remain in the Home Islands.Zamboanga 1st Philippine Marine Division .Cavite 1st Philippine Marine Armored Regiment 2nd Philippine Marine Infantry Regiment 3rd Philippine Marine Infantry Regiment 4th Philippine Marine Reserve Regiment Pilipina Army . It was the marines who spearheaded Japan's intervention in the Central Asian War. They are primarily intervention troops and have relatively limited combat endurance.
initially by JSDF units and then deployed units from the IDF. The CDF can expect to be reinforced in a crisis. A large . Guam) Imperial Japanese Navy Home Fleet Southern Fleet Eastern Fleet Imperial Japanese Air Force Imperial Japanese Space Force Imperial Colonial Defense Forces The Japanese Colonial Defence Forces are responsible for the protection of Japan's colonies in the Core. the CDF have become forces of ultra-loyalists and are perhaps the most militarised part of the JDF. The well-dispersed forces are grouped under the control of a single Independent Regiment with battalions in each major island chain. Japan's other outposts are protected by troops from the Japanese Space Defence Force.3rd Pilipinas Reserve Infantry Regiment 5th Visayas Reserve Infantry Regiment Mindanao Army (Davao) 1st Philippine Cavalry Division (Davao) 1st Mindanao Cavalry Regiment 4th Mindanao Infantry Regiment 2nd Philippine Armoured Division (Cotabato) 3rd Mindanao Armored Regiment 4th West Mindanao Armored Regiment 2nd Mindanao Mechanised Infantry Regiment 1st Philippine Infantry Division (Zamboanga) 1st Mindanao Regiment 2nd West Mindanao Infantry Regiment 3rd Palawan and Sulu Infantry Regiment 2nd Philippine Reserve Division 2nd Mindanao Reserve Mechanised Infantry Regiment 2nd Palawan Reserve Infantry Regiment 4th West Mindanao Reserve Infantry Regiment Micronesia Defence Force The Micronesia Defence Force is a very small organisation responsible for the defence of the Pacific Islands in the Federation. In the event of a crisis the MDF would be reinforced by IDF or PDF troops. including the world of Joi where tensions are still high following the independence of Elysia. Consequently. but there is a military presence on two other worlds. The greatest strength lies on the world of Tirane. 1st Micronesian Independent Regiment (Hagåtña. The CDF were strengthened by many members of the army when that force disbanded: although not implicated in the Incident. Amaterasu Army Tosashimizu . Chinese and French Arms. a regular permanent force and a militia raised from volunteers or conscripts depending on the colony.Joi The CDF contingent on the idyllic world of Joi is perhaps the most militarised of any Japanese colonial force. they were sufficiently disgraced to want to redeem themselves in the service of the Emperor. The CDF ground forces have two elements. The MDF is recruited from both local Micronesians and veteran marines from the IDF. including IDF Marines deployed with the Pacific Fleet. A regiment of the Amaterasu CDF served on Earth in the closing stages of the Central Asian War and performed excellently.
joint training and in running manoeuvre training programs in the Empty Quarter. Tensions on Joi. Elements of a single regiment are present here and these are mostly deployed in the western part of the country around the Japanese-financed spaceport. This was expanded during the Central Asian War. Japan is interested in supporting Canton. When the western nations led by France withdrew Japan remained and built links with the Arabian government and continued to do so after the formation of the Islamic Union in the late 22nd century. but subsequently reduced. Tosashimizu Defence Command . have led to an upgrading of defences. The four militia regiments are similar to those on Joi but are manned by volunteers and by ballot if enough volunteers are not forthcoming.contingent of ex-Japanese Army personnel helped to establish the colony and the set up a strong CDF run along the lines of the old Army. Today the Japanese have a small regiment sized force based in the south of the country. gendarme and conventional defence operations. Japanese Colonial Defence Force Military Mission. As part of the victorious coalition Japan still has an interest in the fate of the CAR although it is less involved than France or Russia. A small Japanese team is present permanently to co-ordinate this training and liaise with the Azanian military.Aoki 3rd Colonial Independent Regiment 3rd Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment 4th Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment 6th Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment 7th Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment Overseas Deployments Islamic Union Japan has had a presence in the Arabian Peninsula since the end of the Twilight War. It is rumoured that elements of the Special Activities Division are still active in the country. Japanese investment has been heavy here and during the Central Asian War Manchuria threatened the FER.Daikoku The colony of Aoki has only a small military presence. 6th Marine Infantry Regiment Canton A key regional ally and a possible counterweight to Manchurian dominance. however rumours persist that large warehouses of well-maintained military equipment are located in the colony. Japanese Imperial Defence Force Military Mission Arabia Azania A long-standing ally of Japan and Japanese troops are sometimes deployed to Azania to conduct training. It is this 'pure manoeuvre' training which was largely responsible for Japan's showing in the Central Asian War. The colony maintains a standing force of an Independent Regiment which matches the Islamic Union military force on world. Japanese Imperial Defence Force Military Training Team Azania Central Asian Republic The Central Asian Republic is still divided and scarred by the events of the Central Asian War and garrisoned by peacekeepers from abroad. Japan has commercial and diplomatic interests here and has a military mission here supporting the local military. Heidelsheimat Far Eastern Republic The impoverished FER is one of the region's political 'basket cases'.Kyuhikiryu Kichi 2nd Colonial Independent Regiment 5th Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment 8th Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment 9th Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment Aoki . To do this Japan supplies armament and expertise in the form of a reinforced training team. Japanese naval vessels often call at Cantonese ports. The regular CDF contingent of both natives and seconded IDF personnel have crafted a highly-trained Independent Regiment capable of intervention ops against either Germans or Elysians. The JIDF MMA is responsible for technical training of Islamic Union troops. but is better equipped. Japanese Imperial Defence Force Military Training Team Canton Heidelsheimat The small Bavarian colony of Heidelsheimat has been semi-independent since the creation of Germany. especially in Taiwan. with Tosashimizu concerned about both Elysian idealism and German machinations. Other units sometimes training in and around Canton. Three militia regiments are manned by universal conscription of the colony's 21 year olds and is tasked with civil defence. Aoki Defence Command . forcing Japan to deploy forces to insure its independence and a . but these exercises are limited due to continuing historical distrust of the Japanese by many Cantonese.
1st Marine Special Air-Landing Regiment .garrison has remained ever since. Today Manchuria continues to apply pressure through deployments in the region and now a resurgent Russia is looking to re-absorb this historical territory. Many Japanese are wondering if the FER is really worth all the effort in spite of its enormous petroleum reserves.
The Manchu Empire .
Today it specialises in peacekeeping operations. The Gorkhas operate under the auspices of the Republic of Nepal. However India soon began to break apart. This expansion is usually undertaken by mobilising reservists in Nepal. as many nations believe peacekeeping degrades the combat effectiveness of units. The Gorkhas were in the fore front of the Indian military effort against the secessionists but Indian politicians proved unable to build on the military success of the force and the struggle proved futile.Peacekeeping Punjab The 3rd Gorkha Rifles 3 GR is an un-specialised regiment that normally provides light role units. 1st Battalion (1/4 GR) . They were also strongly engaged in the Twilight War. However contracts are only accepted on the agreement of the Regimental Council which will generally turn down any contract which may bring Gorkhas into conflict or may have a prejudicial effect on the reputation of the unit. Britain has an influence on the Gorkhas. and in the years before the Twilight they expanded strongly and were in the front-line of India's conflicts with Pakistan and China. Their history is a long and involved one. They again consolidated their reputations in the fighting between the Indian States.The Kingdom of Nepal The Royal Army Royal Guard Brigade The Independent Gorkha Rifles The independent Gorkha Rifles are one of the largest mercenary forces in existence and although nominally belonging to Nepal they soldier for the highest bidder. both by hiring them on occasions but also as most of the officer corps has been trained in the UK and served with the RGR. most units served on long contracts with individual states although the any of the battalions stationed in Nepal could be hired at short notice. Lastly for more subtle operations from reconnaissance to body-guarding another unit began to specialise in small unit operations.Burma 2nd Battalion (2/4 GR) . sending leaders at its own expense to centres of excellence such as the International Peace Support Training Centre in Canada. firstly with Punjab succeeding then several other regions. A further widening of their skills saw an expansion into peacekeeping with some battalions specialising in these operations and being available for rapid deployment. It is a well disciplined and turned out unit and is frequently hired by countries to perform peacekeeping missions in the stead of their own combat troops. 1st Battalion (1/1 GR) .Nepal 2nd Battalion (2/3 GR) – HKDF The 4th Gorkha Rifles 4 GR are another un-specialised regiment. In the late 22nd century the Gorkhas began to expand from their base in the Indian States. The 1st Gorkha Rifles (Malaun Regiment) 1 GR is the oldest of all the Gurkha units. 1st Battalion (1/3 GR) .Peacekeeping Flanders 2nd Battalion (2/1 GR) . The British hired a handful of battalions to help police their new colonies when their own forces were overstretched. Rather than accept the disbandment of their regiments several Regimental Colonels offered their services to the other Indian States. The Gorkhas are purely an infantry formation. They are descended from the Gurkha units that stayed with the Indian Army on Independence. Indeed in the 2030's with Hindu Nationalists in power in New Delhi the establishment turned against the use of mercenaries and disbanded the Gorkhas. both from Independent and RGR sources.Nepal . consequently there is only a limited drop in soldier quality. which tolerates the operations of these units for the income it generates and employs some battalions. and are generally less well trained than their RGR counterparts. offering positions in Indian regiments to the soldiers. Troops are recruited and trained through separate arrangements. The size of the Independent Gorkhas fluctuates from 7 battalions to over 20 depending on the state of affairs in the Indian States and beyond. This link has resulted in 3 GR being well up to date with modern British doctrine and techniques and although more expensive to contract than other regiments is often hired on short term intervention contracts by the Indian states. This body eventually formalised with representatives of the Nepali government sitting on the council to give the body some political legitimacy. It has a long running contract with the Hong Kong Defence Force and one of its battalions is deployed there. further consolidating their reputation. Soon the various colonels banded together to form the Regimental Council to ensure their units did not end up fighting each other. which were gladly accepted. They have one battalion serving in the Shan States of Burma in the counterinsurgency role.
1st Battalion (1/5 GR) . 1st Battalion (1/9 GR) .Special duties .Bombay Army The 11th Gorkha Rifles 11 GR was formed in the aftermath of Indian Independence to provide a home for individual Gurkhas from British regiments who opted to stay with India. 1st Battalion (1/11 GR) . During the Central Asian War they were under contract to the French. Today the regiment has two battalions assigned to the Bombay Army's Para-Mech Brigade.The 5th Gorkha Rifles (Royal Frontier Force) 5 GR are one of the most famous of the Independent Gorkhas. body guards and paramilitary police squads. which resulted in serious casualties and wasn't paid due to a change in government. The regiment trains its soldiers and officers in Bombay Army establishments consequently it has quite a different culture to the other regiments. shoring up the southern flank and operating against insurgents in the mountains. Today it is a specialised formation providing small recce teams.Nepal The 9th Gorkha Rifles 9 GR have had a long running relationship with the Bombay Army since the 2040's.Rajastan The 8th Gorkha Rifles 8 GR are in a poor financial condition following a near disastrous contract with Madras. As a result the unit is next in line for a contract.International Brigade 2nd Battalion (2/5 GR) . 1st Battalion (1/8 GR) . Today one battalion is operating on BCV with the Indian States' International Brigade.Bombay Army 2nd Battalion (2/9 GR) .
RNZA (TF) 3 (Canterbury) Engineer Squadron. RNZE (TF) 3 (Ruahine) Signals Squadron. RNZAMC 1 Company. RNZA (TF) 20 (Auckland) Air Defence Battery. RNZS (TF) 3 (South Island) Logistics Battalion. RNZALR (TF) 5 Equipment Maintenance Battalion. RNZMP 1 Squadron. Royal New Zealand Air Wing (RNZAW) 2 (NZ) Brigade 2 RNZMR (TF) 3 RNZIR (TF) 5 RNZIR (TF) 6 RNZIR (TF) 7 RNZIR (TF) 34 (North Island) Field Regiment.Tactical Transport . RNZS (TF) 4 Logistics Battalion. RNZL (TF) 3 (South Island) Field Hospital. RNZA (TF) 16 (Christchurch) Air Defence Battery. RNZE (TF) 2 (Gisborne) Signals Squadron. RNZAW Air Wing HQ 1 Squadron . RNZAMC (TF) 4 Company. RNZE 1 Signals Squadron. RNZMP 3 Squadron. RNZA 18/22 Air Defence Battery.New Zealand Royal New Zealand Defense Forces Ground Wing HQ The New Zealand SAS Regiment 2nd Field Engineer Regiment. RNZL 1 Field Hospital. RNZS 3rd National Communications Regiment. RNZAW 3 (NZ) Brigade 1 RMZMR (TF) 2 RNZIR (TF) 4 RNZIR (TF) 32 (South Island) Field Regiment. RNZS 1 Logistics Battalion. RNZA 1 Engineer Squadron. RNZL (TF) 2 (North Island) Field Hospital. RNZE 2nd Combat Signals Support Regiment. RNZMP (TF) 1 (NZ) Brigade 1 RNZAR (Light Armour) 1/1 RNZIR (Infantry) 2/1 RNZIR (Infantry) 3/1 RNZIR (Infantry) 16 Field Regiment. RNZL 4 Field Hospital. RNZAMC (TF) 3 Company. RNZAMC (TF) 2 Company. RNZS (TF) 2 (North Island) Logistics Battalion. RNZMP 2 Squadron. RNZA (TF) 2 (Nelson) Engineer Squadron.
Tactical Transport 3 Squadron .Tactical Transport 4 Squadron .Combat Training 40 Squadron .Combat 487 Squadron .Transport 42 Squadron .Training/ Ground Attack 15 Squadron .Maritime Patrol 14 Squadron .2 Squadron .National Surveillance 5 Squadron .Strategic Recce Maritime Wing HQ HMNZS New Zealand HMNZS Te Kaha HMNZS Te Mana Requin class Submarine Fighters (4) Tigershark class Submarine Fighters (8) Wanklyn class Submarine Fighters (4) Waikato class Patrol Hydrofoils (9) .Helicopter Training 75 Squadron .
Off-World Colonies Core ◦ Tirane ▪ Amaterasu (Japan) ▪ Freihaven ▪ New Canberra (Australia) ▪ Nouveau Provence (France) ▪ Provincia de Brasil (Brazil) ▪ Tirania (USA) ▪ Tundukubwa (Anzania) ▪ Tunghu (Manchuria) ▪ Wellon French Arm ◦ Adlerhorst ▪ Neumark (Germany) ◦ Aurore ▪ Aurore Francais (France) ▪ Novoa Kiyev (Ukraine) ▪ Tanstaafl ◦ Beowulf ▪ Crown Colony of Alicia (Great Britain) ▪ Europe Neuvelle (France) ◦ Beta Canum Venaticorum-4 ▪ Hochmark (Germany) ▪ Crown Colony of New Africa (Great Britain) ▪ Pais Francais (France) ◦ Crater ▪ Colony of Crater (Great Britain) ◦ Dunkelheim ▪ Dunkelheim (Germany) ▪ Nouveau Normandy (France) ◦ Hochbaden ▪ Découverte (France) ▪ Kolonie Zwei (Germany) ◦ Joi ▪ Elysia ▪ Halbinsel (Germany) ▪ Lubumbashi (Anzania) ▪ Colony of New Cornwall (Great Britain) ▪ Tosashimizu (Japan) ◦ Kie-Yama ▪ Kie-Yuma (Trilon Corporation) ◦ Kimanjano ▪ Frome (France) .
▪ Okavango (Anzania) ◦ Nibelungen ▪ Bellerivière (France) ▪ Nibelingen (Germany) ◦ Nous Voila ▪ Nous Voila (France) Chinese Arm ◦ Austin's World ◦ Chengdu ◦ Cold Mountain ◦ Daikoku ◦ Doris ◦ Dukou ◦ Heidelsheimat ◦ Kwantung ◦ Montana ◦ Paulo ◦ Syuhlahm American Arm ◦ Botany Bay ◦ Ellis ◦ Hermes ◦ King ◦ Kingsland .
it was only mildly affected by the influx of ex-Japanese Army soldiers.Torayama-shi 1st Colonial Reserve Infantry Regiment 2nd Colonial Militia Cavalry Regiment 2nd Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment 1st Colonial Militia Military Police Regiment Freihaven New Canberra (Australia) Tirane Theater X-Special Unit.Kinugawa-shi 2nd Colonial Infantry Regiment 2nd Colonial Cavalry Regiment 1st Colonial Militia Cavalry Regiment 1st Colonial Militia Mechanised Infantry Regiment 3rd Colonial Militia Military Police Regiment 3rd Amaterasu Division . Due to the size and history of the Amaterasu CDF. The other divisions are predominantly static. aligned with the Districts of the colony. The Amaterasu Army is organised into permanent divisions where militia regiments serve alongside their regular counterparts.Okada-shi 1st Colonial Airborne Regiment 2nd Colonial Reserve Infantry Regiment 1st Colonial Militia Airborne Regiment 2nd Colonial Militia Mechanised Infantry Regiment 4th Colonial Militia Military Police Regiment 4th Amaterasu Division .Tirane Alpha Centauri A Amaterasu (Japan) Amaterasu Army .Hoshikyo The CDF has been strong on Amaterasu ever since the First and a Half Interstellar War with the Australians over the Southern Wall. The CDF's regulars are soldiers toughened by patrolling in the Southern Wall and are regarded with respect by their Australian counterparts.Kumoriyama 1st Colonial Independent Regiment 1st Colonial Infantry Regiment 1st Colonial Cavalry Regiment 1st Colonial Militia Infantry Regiment 2nd Colonial Militia Military Police Regiment 2nd Amaterasu Division . The 1st Border Division is the standing force covering the Southern Wall in the three border Prefectures. Space Forces Command (2 SWS) Contingency Forces Division 1st Colonial Air Assault Brigade New Canberra Marine Brigade 6th Australian Division (New Canberra-North) 10th Mechanized Brigade Group 11th Mountain Brigade Group th 7 Australian Division (New Canberra-South) 8th Long-Range Artillery Brigade 9th Theater Aviation Group . Special Air Service Regiment (XSU-SASR) 2nd SpaceWalker Squadron. 1st Amaterasu Border Division . Service in Amaterasu's militia is by ballot and is concentrated in the south of the colony.
although a few Earth recruited units are present.'Les Onze Commandos' Groupe de Commandos des Chasseurs Tiranais (GCCT) Commando de l'Isle de Tirane – (RAPAS . but as French Divisions are somewhat smaller than those of other nations overall manpower and combat power is not totally dissimilar.Mountain) Commando de Karoise – (RAPAS . They consist of 7 Divisions of troops. They are also more or less identically organised.Space) Commando de Tatouine – (RAPAS . 14e Corps.Nouveau Provence (France) Commandement de Troupes Speciales Groupement de Troupes Speciale de Tirane .Maritime/Riverine) Commando de Vars – (RAPAS – Maritime) Groupe Aeromobile de Commandos des Chasseurs Tiranais (GACCT) Commando de Cou – (RAPAS .ALAT Flottille 121 F .Maritime) Commando du Lac – (RAPAS .Jungle) Groupe Maritime de Commandos des Chasseurs Tiranais (GMCCT) Commando de Bigajos – (CSM) Commando de Calanques – (RAPAS .(CSAR) Escadre de Transport 3/81 Escadre de Hélicoptères 3/60 Troupes d'Intervention Spatial (TIS) 2e Brigade d'Intervention 2e BI Compangnie de Commandment et de Soutain (2e BI CCS) 1/ Regiment Para-Commando (1 Para-Cdo) 1/2e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (I/2 RPIMa) 1/8e Regiment Parachutiste d'Infanterie de Marine (I/8 RPIMa) – Combat Walker .detached to 102 Division Airmobile.Airborne) Groupe d'Intervention de Gendarmerie Departmentale (GIGD) 5e Division d'Aviation Mixte des Operations Speciales (5 DAMOS) 2e Escadron des Opérations Spéciales . more than Corps in other nations Armies. 6e Corps 7e Corps 6e Corps 4e Division Blindee 6e Division de la Marche 8e Division de la Marche 1e Division Aeromobile 201e Division d'Infanterie 203e Division d'Infanterie 204e Division d'Infanterie 7e Corps 8e Division Blindee . Armee d'Aurore 2e Compangnie de Genie de Parachutistes (2 CGP) 2e Compangnie d'Artillery d'Elite de Parachutistes (2 CAEP) L'Armee Territoriale de Tirane (ATT) and are the main French defence forces protecting Nouvelle Provance. The Corps are largely manned by Metropolitan Army units recruited on Tirane.Mountain) Commando de Pays Verdant – (RAPAS . although in times of crisis they will be reinforced by the Militia units of the Défence Operationelle du Territoire (DOT or Territorial Defence Forces).Airborne) Commando de Tassili – (RAPAS .Desert) Commando de la Croix – (RAPAS .
8e Corps units are drawn from Earth and Tirane. Tirane EC I/14 'Serpentaire': 15 Faucon IIIA EC II/14 'Sphinx': 15 Faucon IIIA EC III/14 'Masque de Comedie': 15 Faucon IIIA 102e Escadre de Chasse 'Pays du Lac' – Nouvelle Provence. Tirane EC I/106 'Bamenda': 15 Faucon IIIC EC II/106 ' Aix-en-Nouvelle Provence': 15 Faucon IIIA EC III/106 'Ouidah': 15 Faucon IIIA 107e Escadre de Chasse 'Tatouine' – Nouvelle Provence. and is a large force which includes a strategic bombing element as part of its organisation. L'Armee de Liberation 5e Division Aeromobile 202e Division d'Infanterie 205e Division d'Infanterie 206e Division d'Infanterie 8e Corps The 8e Corps contains the Armée de Tirane's rapid reaction and intervention forces. three interceptor wings. all the forces component units are air-portable and gives the French commander a large range of options. L'Armee de Liberation 2e Division d'Infanterie Marine – detached to 19e Corps. 3e FATAC includes three fighter-bomber wings. Tirane EC I/102 'Visage': 15 Samiel-A EC II/102 'Lac de l'Oeil': 15 Samiel-A – deployed to 135e Escadre de Chasse. one reconnaissance wing. L'Armee de Liberation 20e Division Parachutiste 19e Regiment de Spahis Parachutiste de Tirane (19 RSPT) II/1e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (II/1 RCP) – Combat Walker III/3e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (III/3 RCP) I/9e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (I/9 RCP) II/10e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (II/10 RCP) III/10e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (III/10 RCP) – Combat Walker V/10e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (V/10 RCP) L'Armee de l'Air 3e Force Aerien Tactique (3 FATAC) 3e FATAC is responsible for the defence of Nouvelle Provence. Tirane EC I/1 'Serpent': 15 Samiel-A EC II/1 'Chat': 15 Samiel-A EC III/1 'Masque de Tragedie': 15 Samiel-A 12e Escadre de Chasse 'Cambresis' – Nouvelle Provence. One fighter-bomber squadron is currently deployed to Aurore. Force Aerienne de Aurore EC III/102 'Chari': 15 Samiel-A 104e Escadre de Chasse 'Calanques' – Nouvelle Provence. two multi-role fighter wings. and the ALA plans to rapidly deploy more 3e FATAC wings to the French Arm if needed in the war against the Kafers. 2e Division Legere Blindee – detached to 2e Corps. one drone wing. two strategic wings and two strategic bomber wings. Tirane EC I/107 'Djibouti-el-Jedid': 15 Simoom-C5 EC II/107 'Basse Terre': 15 Simoom-C5 . Tirane EC I/104 'Charles de Gaulle': 15 Crecerelle-C EC II/104 'Kernascleden': 15 Crecerelle-C EC III/104 'Brue Auriac': 15 Crecerelle-C 106e Escadre de Chasse 'La Croix' – Nouvelle Provence. Tirane EC I/12 'Aigle Noir': 15 Aquilon-C EC II/12 'Tigre': 15 Aquilon-C EC III/12 'Guepe': 15 Aquilon-C 14e Escadre de Chasse 'Jura' – Nouvelle Provence. 1e Escadre de Chasse 'Corse' – Nouvelle Provence. Formerly known as the Force d' Action Rapide de Tirane.7e Division de la Marche 9e Division de la Marche – detached to 2e Corps.
Tirane ER 1/34 'Metz': 15 Simoom-CR Provincia de Brasil (Brazil) Tirania (USA) Centauri Command (CENTAURICOM) HQ. 509th Infantry (Airborne) 123rd Aviation Bn (Tactical Lift) 197th Aviation Bn (Recon/Attack) 1st Bn.EC III/107 'Tatouine d'Or': 15 Simoom-C5 109e Escadre de Chasse 'Vars' – Nouvelle Provence. Cummings IX Corps / Army Forces-Centauri Command (AF-CENTAURICOM) 197th Infantry Brigade (Light/Arctic) – Peary Arctic Training Center 1st Bn. 1st Special Forces Group – Ft. 86th Infantry (Light) 1st Bn. 19th Infantry (Mechanized) 2nd Bn. Tirane EC I/109 'Bordella': 15 Aquilon-C EC II/109 'Porto Novo': 15 Aquilon-C EC III/109 'Haut Vars': 15 Aquilon-C 34e Escadre de Reconnaissance “Lorraine' – Nouvelle Provence. 275th Infantry (Mechanized) 2nd Bn. 7th Infantry (Mechanized) 3rd Bn. 41st Field Artillery (Light) 13th Combat Engineer Bn (Light) 197th Combat Support Bn C/ 5th Bn.(NG) – Tirania City 1st Bn. 52nd Air Defense Artillery A/ 2nd Sqdn. 274th Infantry (Light) 2nd Bn. 503rd Infantry (CW) 1st Bn. 64th Armor (Heavy) st 1 Tiranian Brigade (Jungle) . 85th Infantry (Light) 1st Bn. Cummings 2nd Bn. 274th Infantry (Light) 3rd Bn. CENTAURICOM – MCC MacLean 3rd Bn. 4th Cavalry (Light) th 199 Infantry Brigade (Mechanized) – Ft. 275th Infantry (Motorized) rd 3 Tiranian Brigade (Arctic/Mountain) – (NG) – Mendonovo 9th Infantry Division “White Horse Division” (Korea) – Mendonovo 29th Infantry Regiment (+) 3rd Marine Interface Brigade / Marine Forces-Centauri Command (MARFOR-CENTAURICOM) – MCC MacLean 15th Marine Infantry Bn 17th Marine Infantry Bn 19th Marine Infantry Bn (CW) 21st Marine Infantry Bn (CW) 23rd Marine Artillery Bn 3rd Marine Assault Engineer Bn 367th Marine Attack Sqdn 262nd Interface Assault Sdqn . 274th Infantry (Light) nd 2 Tiranian Brigade (Mechanized) – (NG) – Chinook 1st Bn. 275th Infantry (Mechanized) 4th Bn. 275th Infantry (Motorized) 3rd Bn.
The Royal Anglian Regiment (2 R ANGLIAN) 5 Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (23 RWA) 19 Air Defense Regiment. The Corps Recce Group has recently been reorganised. loosing one of its armoured recce regiments but gaining a close recce battalion. Royal Wellon Army Air Corps (5 RWAAC) 6 Armoured Brigade 2nd Royal Tank Regiment (2 RTR) 1st Bn. Princess Margaret's Wellon Light Infantry (1 PMWLI) III Corps Artillery Group 21 Hvy Regiment. Royal Artillery (201 RA) III Corps Engineer Group 9 Hvy Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers (10 RWE) 12th (Wellon) Armoured Division 4 Armoured Brigade Lord Heller's Mounted Grenadiers (LHMG) 1st Bn. The Royal New Warwickshire Fusiliers (1 RNWF) 1st Bn. The Royal New Glasgow Highlanders (1 RNGH) 6 Regiment. The North Albion Green Jackets (1 NAGJ) 2nd Bn. III Corps has a full staff complement and is commanded by Lieutenant-General who is by rotation British. Royal Wellon Army Air Corps (6 RWAAC) . The Mont Royal Chasseurs (1 MRC) 4 Regiment. III Corps Recce Group King's Own Western Dragoons (KOWD) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (21 RWA) 23 Hvy Regiment. As such it is a well trained and equipped force massing three armoured divisions. The Loyal Regiment (1 LOYAL) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Army Air Corps (4 RWAAC) 5 Armoured Brigade 3rd Wellon Armoured Regiment (3 WAR) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (19 RWA) 200 Hvy Regiment.265th Interface Assault Sqdn 3rd Force Recon Company (Interface) Naval Forces-Centauri Command (NAVFOR-CENTAURICOM) Destroyer Squadron 15 (DESRON 15) Destroyer Squadron 87 (DESRON 87) Submarine Squadron – Attack 67 (SUBRON-A 67) Naval Air Wing Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 35 (HSL-35) Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 42 (HSL-42) Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron 67 (HSL-67) 20th Air Force / Air Forces-Centauri Command (AIR-CENTAURICOM) 65th Composite Colonial Defense Wing 98th Composite Colonial Defense Wing Tundukubwa (Anzania) Tunghu (Manchuria) Dominion of Wellon III (Wellon) Corps – Dominion of Wellon. Royal Wellon Engineers (9 RWE) 10 Hvy Regiment. then Wellonese. Tirane III (Wellon) Corps is a joint British-Wellon formation whose role is to protect Wellonese and British interests on Tirane. Royal Artillery (200 RA) 201 Air Defense Regiment.
Royal Wellon Artillery (4 RWA) 13 Med Regiment.12 Division Recce Group Wellon Royal Lancers (WRL) 2nd Bn. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (2 RRF) 3rd Bn. The Loyal Regiment (2 LOYAL) 11 Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers (12 RWE) 13th (Wellon) Armoured Division 2 Armoured Brigade Royal New Scots Hussars (RNSH) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (20 RWA) 12 Division Engineer Group 12 Armoured Engineer Regiment. Royal Engineers (4 ARMD RE) 11th Armoured Brigade 1st (King's) Dragoon Guards (1DG) 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (25 RWA) 13 Division Engineer Group 13 Armoured Engineer Regiment. The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (3 RRF) 11 Regiment. The Queen's Lancashire Regiment (2 QLR) 12 Regiment. Royal Wellon Horse Artillery (218 RWHA) 25 Air Defense Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (13 RWA) 206 Med Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers (13 RWE) 4th (UK) Armoured Division 4th Division Command Group 4 Armoured Command Regiment 104 Armoured Tactical Squadron. Army Air Corps (13 AAC) . The Royal Western Regiment (1 RwestR) 3 Regiment. The Lion of the Cape Regiment (1 LCR) 13 Division Artillery Group 222 Hvy Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (24 RWA) 218 Med Regiment. The Royal Wellon Regiment (1 RWR) 3rd Bn. The King's Own Royal Wellon Regiment (2 KORWR) 2 Regiment. Royal Wellon Army Air Corps (11 RWAAC) 13 Division Recce Group 5th Wellon Armoured Regiment (5 WAR) 1st Bn. The New Camelot Light Infantry (2 NCLI) 2nd Bn. The King's Own Royal Border Regiment (2 KORBR) 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Army Air Corps (2 RWAAC) 3 Armoured Brigade 2nd Wellon Armoured Regiment (2 WAR) 1st Bn. The Royal Green Jackets (2 RGJ) 13 Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (1 RWA) 4 Med Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (7 RWA) 24 Med Regiment. The Scots Guards (1 SG) 2nd Bn. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (104 REWS) 4 Armoured Regiment. The North Albion Green Jackets (2 NAGJ) 12 Division Artillery Group 1 Hvy Regiment. Army Air Corps (11 AAC) 12th Armoured Brigade 2nd (Queen's Own) Dragoon Guards (2 DG) 2nd Bn. Army Air Corps (12 AAC) 13th Armoured Brigade 10th Royal Tank Regiment (10 RTR) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Horse Artillery (222 RWHA) 7 Med Regiment. The Royal Regiment of Wales (1 RRW) 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Horse Artillery (206 RWHA) 20 Air Defense Regiment. Royal Wellon Army Air Corps (3 RWAAC) 8 Armoured Brigade 7th Wellon Armoured Regiment (7 WAR) 2nd Bn.
2 Field Regiment. Commonwealth Expeditionary Forces (HQ CEF) 2 Light Brigade D Sqn. The Chindits (1 CHINDIT) 2nd Bn. Royal Artillery (5 RA) 21 Med Regiment. Royal Artillery (43 RA) 52 Air Defense Regiment. The unit has been training to complement or replace the British resident Battlegroup (currently 1 KORBR) on Crater. RM (33 Cdo) 205 Commando Regiment. Wellon Reconnaissance Regiment (D/ WRR) 1st Bn. The Light Infantry (3 LI) 8 Lt Regiment. Two of the three WEF brigades have been drawn from the Reserve. Royal Artillery (52 RA) Strategic Reserve Forces The Strategic Reserve consists of Wellon's national reaction forces that are not assigned to III Corps.4th Division Recce Group 1st Light Dragoons (13th Royal Hussars) (1 LD) 1st Bn. regular and well trained troops slated for off-Wellon operations. Wellon Reconnaissance Regiment (F/ WRR) 1st Bn. Wellon Reconnaissance Regiment (E/ WRR) 1st Bn. Royal Artillery (35 RA) 43 Med Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers 3 Light Brigade E Sqn. Royal Wellon Horse Artillery (205 RWHA) 19 Independent Commando Squadron. The Point Sterling Grenadiers (2 PSG) 14 Lt Regiment. The Royal New Scots (1 RNS) 2nd Bn. The Dales and Valley Regiment (1 DVR) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Marines B (Commando) Sqn. RWM (76 Cdo) 33 Commando. These forces are mostly light. Royal Wellon Engineers 7 Commando Brigade. 2 Field Regiment. 2nd (Wellon) Light Division 1 (Wellon) Light Brigade – seconded to Headquarters. 7 Armoured Brigade and a composite combat walker company from 4 Light Brigade. The Royal Western Regiment (2 RwestR) 7 Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers 4 (Wellon) Light Brigade F Sqn. The Royal Arctic Rifles (1 RAR) 216 Mountain Regiment. RWM (75 Cdo) 76 Commando. The Royal Welch Fusiliers (1 RWF) th 4 Division Artillery Group 5 Hvy Regiment. Royal Wellon Horse Artillery (216 RWHA) 21 Independent Mountain Squadron. Wellon Reconnaissance Regiment (B/ WRR) 75 Commando. The Wellon Rangers (1 WR) 1st Bn. The New Camelot Light Infantry (1 NCLI) 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Army Air Corps (7 RWAAC) 20 Independent Armoured Squadron. The Royal Doorn Regiment (2 RDR) 3rd Bn. The Mountain Regiment (1 MR) 1st Bn. . Royal Wellon Engineers 25 (Wellon) Special Air Service Regiment (25 SAS) 1st Desert Reconnaissance Group Battle Group 7 Battle Group 7 is an ad-hoc grouping composed of companies attached from the Desert Recce Force. It has been training in the depths of the Blight simulating conditions on Crater's Dayside. Royal Wellon Artillery (8 RWA) 5 Sqn. Royal Wellon Artillery (14 WRA) 6 Sqn. Royal Wellon Engineers 7 (Wellon) Armoured Brigade 4th Wellon Armoured Regiment (4 WAR) 1st Bn. Royal Artillery (21 RA) 35 Med Regiment.
26 Med Regiment. The Royal Western Regiment (1 RWestR) 1st Bn. The Coast and Islands Regiment (2 CIR) 2nd Bn. 15 Field Regiment. The regional divisions are manned by the infantry brigades. The Royal Wellon Regiment (2 RWR) B Btry. 15 Field Regiment. The Point Sterling Grenadiers (1 PSG) 2nd Bn. The King's Own Royal Wellon Regiment (1 KORWR) A Bty. 15 Field Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers 5 Mechanized Brigade 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Engineers 6 Mechanised Brigade 1st Bn. This has been achieved by the creation of two new mechanised divisions. The creation of the mechanised divisions has come about primarily to allow the army to deepen its reserve of manoeuvre forces and also soldiers and staff officers trained in those roles. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 26 RWA) 93 (Cam Valley) Sqn. 27 Medium Regiment. In times of crisis they are likely to be transferred to III Corps. Royal Wellon Engineers . Most brigades will be composed of battalions of a single regiment.Defense Forces The Defence Forces have recently undergone a transformation to a new order of battle. these are composed of the Home Service and Volunteer battalions of the regiments. The Coast and Islands Regiment (1 CIR) 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (A/ 26 RWA) 89 (New Scotland) Sqn. The Wellon Rangers (2 WR) B Bty.) 14th (Wellon) Mechanized Division 1 Mechanized Brigade 2nd Bn. These are sometimes home service battalions with specific taskings or militia units who have a light infantry or auxiliary pioneer role. In addition some divisions have attached independent battalions under command. but all of the units are located in the same vicinity for ease of training. The Royal Western Regiment (4 RWestR) C Btry. The Royal Victoria Rifles (2 RVR) 1st Bn. the conversion of one brigade into the armoured role and the retention of the small 8 Mechanised Brigade with the Arctic Division. (Note: Militia units not shown in orbat. The infantry brigades are equipped with a mixture of wheeled APCs and heavy trucks. The Royal Highland Regiment of Wellon (Wellon Black Watch) (2 RHW) 1st Bn. The Dales and Valley Regiment (2 DVR) 1st Bn. 26 Med Regiment. 14 Field Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers 7 Mechanised Brigade 1st Bn. 14 Field Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (C/ 27 RWA) 106 (South New Albion) Squadron. The Royal Southern Regiment (2 RSouthR) 2nd Bn. The Wellon Highland Regiment (2 WHR) C Bty. Royal Wellon Artillery (A/ 27 RWA) 102 (North Albion) Squadron. Royal Wellon Engineers 15th (Wellon) Mechanized Division 4 Mechanised Brigade 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 27 RWA) 107 (South New Albion) Squadron. 26 Med Regiment. The Lion of the Cape Regiment (2 LCR) 2nd Bn. However it has been decided to re-organise these formations to separate the regular mechanised brigades into their own divisional structure. Due to the limitations on training time each of the divisions tends to specialise in styles of warfare most relevant to its locales. The Mont Royal Chasseurs (2 MCR) 4th Bn. 27 Medium Regiment. This will allow a further expansion of the mechanised divisions to armoured roles or for an extended duration of the commitment to the Kafer War. The mechanised divisions are equipped with the Dragoon family of armoured vehicles and have substantial fighting potential. 27 Medium Regiment. 14 Field Regiment. Previously the regional defence divisions were composed of infantry brigades composed of the volunteer and home service infantry battalions and mechanised brigades composed of regular troops. Royal Wellon Artillery (C/ 26 RWA) 98 (North Albion) Sqn. The Royal Doorn Regiment (1 RDR) 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Engineers 3 Mechanized Brigade 2nd Bn. The Royal New Scots (2 RNS) 2nd Bn. The New Scottish Rifles (1 NSR) A Btry.
50 (Northern) Regiment. The Wellon Highland Regiment (1 WHR) A Medium Bty. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 52 RWA) 2 Eastern Brigade 3rd Bn. The Royal Highland Regiment of Wellon (Wellon Black Watch) (4 RHW) 5th Bn. Princess Margaret's Wellon Light Infantry (4 PMWLI) 5th Bn. The Loyal Regiment (5 LOYAL) D Light Bty. 50 (Northern) Regiment. The New Scottish Rifles (4 NSR) C Light Bty. The Royal New Glasgow Highlanders (5 RNGH) D Light Bty. The Royal Arctic Rifles (2 RAR) 2 Eastern Division Div Engineer Group 31 (Cam Valley) Regiment. The Royal Highland Regiment of Wellon (Wellon Black Watch) (5 RHW) B Light Bty. 30 (New Scotland) Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers 2 Northern Brigade 3rd Bn. 50 (Northern) Regiment. The Loyal Regiment (3 LOYAL) 4th Bn. The Royal New Glasgow Highlanders (3 RNGH) 4th Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (D/ 52 RWA) . Royal Wellon Artillery (C/ 2 RWA) 3 Eastern Brigade 3rd Bn. The New Scottish Rifles (3 NSR) 5th Bn. Princess Margaret's Wellon Light Infantry (5 PMWLI) B Light Bty. Royal Wellon Artillery (D/ 50 RWA) 5 Northern Brigade 5th Bn. 51 (New Highland) Regiment. 52 (Eastern) Regiment. The Royal New Scots (5 RNS) 3rd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (C/ 50 RWA) 4 Northern Brigade 3rd Bn. The Royal New Glasgow Highlanders (4 RNGH) 5th Bn. 30 (New Scotland) Regiment. The Wellon Highland Regiment (4 WHR) E Light Bty. The Royal New Scots (4 RNS) 5th Bn. The Royal Highland Regiment of Wellon (Wellon Black Watch) (3 RHW) 4th Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 51 RWA) 87 (New Highland) Squadron. Royal Wellon Engineers 1 Northern Brigade 3rd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (A/ 51 RWA) 88 Field Squadron. The Royal New Scots (3 RNS) 4th Bn. The Loyal Regiment (4 LOYAL) 5th Bn. The New Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (2 NRWF) 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 50 RWA) 3 Northern Brigade 3rd Bn. 52 (Eastern) Regiment. The Wellon Highland Regiment (5 WHR) B Light Bty. Royal Wellon Artillery (E/ 50 RWA) 7 Arctic Division 8 Mechanised Brigade 2nd Bn. 50 (Northern) Regiment. 51 (New Highland) Regiment. The New Scottish Rifles (5 NSR) 4th Bn. The New Camelot Light Infantry (3 NCLI) 4th Bn. The Royal New Glasgow Highlanders (2 RNGH) 1st Bn. The Wellon Highland Regiment (1 WHR) 4th Bn. The New Camelot Light Infantry (4 NCLI) 5th Bn. 52 (Eastern) Regiment.1 Northern Division Div Engineer Group 30 (New Scotland) Regiment. Royal Wellon Engineers 1 Eastern Brigade 3rd Bn. The New Camelot Light Infantry (5 NCLI) 3rd Bn. Princess Margaret's Wellon Light Infantry (3 PMWLI) 4th Bn. The Royal Wellon Regiment (3 RWR) C Light Bty. Royal Wellon Engineers Independent 2nd Bn.
54 (Western) Regiment. The King's Own Royal Wellon Regiment (3 KORWR) 4th Bn. The Mont Royal Chasseurs (5 MRC) D Light Bty. 53 (Western) Regiment. The Mont Royal Chasseurs (4 MRC) 5th Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (D/ 54 RWA) . The North Albion Green Jackets (4 NAGJ) 5th Bn. The New Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (3 NRWF) 4th Bn. The North Albion Green Jackets (3 NAGJ) 4th Bn. Royal Wellon Engineers 3 Western Brigade 3rd Bn. The Lion of the Cape Regiment (3 LCR) 4th Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (D/ 53 RWA) 8 Western Brigade 6th Bn. The Royal Doorn Regiment (3 RDR) 4th Bn. The Dales and Valley Regiment (3 DVR) 4th Bn. The Royal Western Regiment (9 RWestR) 10th Bn. The Royal Victoria Rifles (3 RVR) 4th Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (E/ 53 RWA) Independent 104th Bn. The Mountain Regiment (2 MR) 4 Western Division Div Engineer Group 32 (North Albion) Regiment. The Royal Doorn Regiment (4 RDR) 5th Bn. The New Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (4 NRWF) 5th Bn. The Royal Victoria Rifles (5 RVR) B Light Bty. The King's Own Royal Wellon Regiment (5 KORWR) D Light Bty. The Royal Western Regiment (6 RWestR) 9th Bn. The King's Own Royal Wellon Regiment (4 KORWR) 5th Bn. Royal Wellon Engineers 4 Eastern Brigade 3rd Bn. The Lion of the Cape Regiment (5 LCR) C Light Bty. Royal Wellon Engineers 1 Western Brigade 3rd Bn. 52 (Eastern) Regiment. The Mont Royal Chasseurs (3 MRC) 4th Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (F/ 52 RWA) Independent 2nd Bn. The Royal Wellon Airmobile Regiment (104 RWAR) 5 Western Division Div Engineer Group 32 (North Albion) Regiment. 54 (Western) Regiment. 52 (Eastern) Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 53 RWA) 2 Western Brigade 3rd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (C/ 53 RWA) 5 Western Brigade 3rd Bn. The Dales and Valley Regiment (5 DVR) F Light Bty. The Royal Doorn Regiment (5 RDR) E Light Bty. Royal Wellon Artillery (E/ 52 RWA) 5 Eastern Brigade 3rd Bn. 54 (Western) Regiment. The Lion of the Cape Regiment (4 LCR) 5th Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 54 RWA) 4 Western Brigade 3rd Bn.3 Eastern Division Div Engineer Group 31 (Cam Valley) Regiment. The Dales and Valley Regiment (4 DVR) 3rd Bn. 53 (Western) Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery (C/ 54 RWA) 6 Western Brigade 3rd Bn. The New Royal Warwickshire Fusiliers (5 NRWF) B Light Bty. 53 (Western) Regiment. The Royal Western Regiment (10 RWestR) E Light Bty. The North Albion Green Jackets (5 NAGJ) C Light Bty. 53 (Western) Regiment. The Royal Victoria Rifles (4 RVR) 5th Bn.
and number of upgrades installed by Black Arrow Systems have kept the Buzzard in front-line service. The Royal Southern Regiment (5 RSouthR) D Light Bty. its versatility is enhanced by the ASAT carrying capability of the F. 4 is a locally produced business aircraft airframe mounting the old French Cyrano radar system. The main strength of Fighter Command lies in its six squadrons of newly acquired Mitchell Aerospace (MAe) Fury F.3 fighters. The Chindits (2 CHINDIT) 3rd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (E/ 55 RWA) 5 Southern Brigade 3rd Bn. The Point Sterling Grenadiers (5 PSG) C Light Bty. Base locations are often vacated for tactical exercises and deployments) . The Wellon Rangers (5 WR) B Light Bty. Fighter Command also is tasked with providing assets to defend the Wellon Army when deployed in the field outside of Wellon's borders. Royal Wellon Artillery (B/ 55 RWA) 2 Southern Brigade 3rd Bn. The Coast and Islands Regiment (5 CIR) F Light Bty. the defence of Wellon. The Royal Western Regiment (7 RWestR) 8th Bn. 55 (Southern) Regiment. Royal Wellon Artillery Royal Wellon AeroSpace Force Fighter Command Fighter Command is committed providing aircraft to the RWAF's primary role. Detachments of Lightning's are deployed around the coast of Wellon. The Wellon Rangers (3 WR) 4th Bn.1 and F. all squadrons are 12 aircraft strong unless noted. The F. The Coast and Islands Regiment (4 CIR) 5th Bn. The Point Sterling Grenadiers (4 PSG) 5th Bn. 54 (Western) Regiment. The Point Sterling Grenadiers (3 PSG) 4th Bn. The Wellon Rangers (4 WR) 5th Bn.3. It combines with the RWAF's ASAT assets to make up the Wellon Air Defence Area. The Royal Southern Regiment (3 RSouthR) 4th Bn. However as Tirane is currently a low threat environment QRA (Quick Reaction Alert) times are generally around thirty minutes. 55 (Southern) Regiment. It is multi-role tactical aircraft suited for both air superiority and battlefield interdiction tasks. The Royal Western Regiment (5 RWestR) 7th Bn. The Fury is a superlative fighter that is also the mainstay of the RAF and RN Fleet Air Arm. however it is perfectly adequate for Wellon's current needs. However the system does lack the ground tracking capability deemed vital by many other air services.1 interceptors as it first line of defence. 55 (Southern) Regiment. The Royal Southern Regiment (4 RSouthR) 5th Bn. Backing up the RWAF's early-warning satellites are two squadrons of AEW aircraft. The Coast and Islands Regiment (3 CIR) 4th Bn. To this end it provides three squadrons of aircraft to the Wellon Expeditionary Force. Royal Wellon Artillery (D/ 55 RWA) 4 Southern Brigade 2nd Bn. Royal Wellon Engineers 1 Southern Brigade 3rd Bn. Royal Wellon Artillery (C/ 55 RWA) 3 Southern Brigade 3rd Bn. Fighter Command operates three squadron's of British Exospace (BEx) Lightning F. The Buzzard AEW. 55 (Southern) Regiment. 55 (Southern) Regiment. (Note. The Royal Western Regiment (8 RWestR) E Light Bty. The Chindits (4 CHINDIT) E Light Bty. Bn.7 Western Brigade 5th Bn.1 model is currently somewhat behind the state of the art in terms of its avionics. The Chindits (3 CHINDIT) 4th Bn. Although the radar is obsolete. Royal Wellon Artillery (E/ 54 RWA) 6 Southern Division Div Engineer Group 33 (South New Albion) Regiment.
For these kinds of emergencies the other SAR squadrons are equipped with a range of Livingstone Air Industry LTA airships. Like its British counterpart Coastal Command has joint air force and navy crews.7. given the size of the continental area to be covered this is no small task. MacMahoney Fury F. Dartmoor No. 908 Squadron RWAF Byng. Point Sterling Fury F. Mosquito RB. 902 Squadron RWAF Oates. This medium sized. Peters No.7 No. a multi-role strategic aircraft optimised for strategic reconnaissance and high value attack missions.1 No. with the VF Tempest being the front runner. 910 Squadron RWAF Whitestone. St Peters No. 907 Squadron RAF St. combining the roles of the RAF's Strike and Bomber Commands. Peters. 901 Squadron RWAF Myelbi.5 No. Peters. The VF Artemis MRS. 911 Squadron RWAF Yellow Forest. Colenso No. Colenso Hunter FGR. The dedicated SAR squadrons are equipped with two types of aircraft. Peters. Dartmoor Coastal Command Coastal Command is in charge of the maritime protection of Wellon. St. However the RWAF Bomber Command is more tilted to the tactical strike role. New Birmingham No. In RWAF service the Valiant has been given a stand-off role for point attack. Short range SAR is concentrated around the major ports. 917 Squadron RWAF New Scampton. Colenso No. . The venerable Hunter is still effective in its close support and ground attack roles but is hopelessly outmoded as a fighter aircraft. St. MacMahoney Bomber Command The RWAF's Bomber Command combines the roles of strategic and tactical force projection.1. Colenso Valiant B. 915 Squadron RWAF Byng. Colenso No. Its sensors and communications equipment also make it a key unit in long range SAR operations. 918 Squadron RWAF New Scampton. maritime reconnaissance and strike and search and rescue. Several Valiant's have been modified for photographic and electronic intelligence gathering. 912 Squadron RWAF Whitestone. 906 Squadron RAF St. The RWAF has been streaming its most capable pilots into 916 Squadron to get the most out of this aircraft.2 is the key asset in both roles.1 No. which has passed out of service with the RAF in the face of enhanced European air defences. St Peters No. St. Point Sterling No. Peters No. It is capable of prosecuting all surface and sub-surface targets. Another older aircraft that is due for replacement soon. 905 Squadron RWAF Kells. The long-range bomber currently equipping Bomber Command is the ageing Vickers-Foss Valiant B. 903 Squadron RAF St. Colenso No. 914 Squadron RAF St Peters. depth battle support and maritime strike. 920 Squadron RWAF Myelbi.3 No. 904 Squadron RWAF Myelbi. 923 Squadron RWAF Kells. Knightsbridge No.1 No. Coastal Command has two main roles. 909 Squadron RAF St Peters.4 No. and even with the long range De Havilland Wellon Albatross tiltwing cannot range far beyond these areas even to respond to emergencies. Bomber Command also has committed squadrons of tactical aircraft to JTAG-W. The latest aircraft to enter service with Bomber Command is the MAe Mosquito RB. The mainstay of the tactical strike squadrons are the Vickers-Foss Hunter FGR. 916 Squadron RWAF New Scampton. long ranged aircraft is equipped with an impressive sensor suit and heavy weapon load. and has a good defensive suit.Lightning F. Peters Buzzard AEW. 5.
3 tiltwing. The ERT flight is dispersed around the various spaceports. St Peters Albatross R. 940 Squadron RWAF Oates. 934 Squadron East and South New Albion No. 929 Squadrons Lincoln T.2 No.2 No. 927. Other elements of Transport Command are concentrated at the MacMahoney complex near New Glasgow until required at other bases. The tanker squadrons are concentrated in support of Bomber Command's heavy units at Colenso. 947 Squadron RWAF Alexandra. Training Command also has responsibility for those parts of the area used by the British for their Joint Air Warfare School. Knightsbridge No. RWAF College Myasi is located on the coast of the Golden Bay. It trains all recruits from all branches of the RWAF. 928 and No. Royal Wellon Aerospace Force College. VIP transport. Tactical and strategic airlift. 921 Squadron Fife IC.Artemis MRS. some . The CSAR flights are concentrated at RAF St. 925 and No.3 No. 945 Squadron West New Albion and New Scotland Transport Command Transport Command provides Wellon forces with a range of services. 949 Squadron Special duties No. Myasi The RWAF College at Myasi is that service's unified training facility.1 No. Point Sterling No.3 No. No. All of which is conducted at the giant Colenso training areas. and flies the civilian specification BEx 359 space plane. Peters and at the Colenso complex and fly the Osprey R. and normally run a military service up to Hawking Station. 946 Squadron RWAF Myasi. Victoria No. Strategic airlift squadrons are equipped with converted airliners and are similarly overstretched.2 No. Colenso No.1 (SAR squadrons have detachments away from main bases) No. 948 Squadron RAF St Peters. 935 Squadron West New Albion and New Scotland Various LTA No. Lander squadrons operate from the various spaceports around Wellon. Tactical airlift capacity is quite limited and would be severely stretched in anything other than a minor emergency. 936 Squadrons Lincoln C. 943 Squadron RWAF Kells. MacMahoney No. 941 Squadron RWAF Byng. 942 Squadron East and South New Albion No. 999 Squadron Training Command The RWAF's Training Command is responsible for all training conducted by the RWAF. 930 and No. No. 950 Squadron Sword IC. 931 Squadrons VIP aircraft No. Atlas C. 999 Squadron is a special unit that provides aircraft and pilots for Combat Search and Rescue and Emergency Rescue Team duties. One further unit comes under the aegis of Transport Command. air-to-air refuellers and orbital lift. it also conducts all officers. NCO and flight training.
The provision of static and mobile ASAT resources in defence of Wellon as part of the Wellon Air Defence Area. As Wellon covers such a huge areas some emergencies occur far from help. 101 Squadron No. 112 Squadron Field Units No. which includes a further five airbases in the area. 'The Ice Cream Boys' is due to the tans most recruits acquire during their time at Myasi.3 Sea Fury HMWS Churchill (CA) Eastern Fleet . The other services' derogatory nickname for the RWAF.Vectis Nova Naval Base HMWS Ocean (Fleet Carrier) 1700 NAS – F.) The RWAF College is itself a sizable.1 Sea Tempest HMWS Agamemnon (Escort Carrier) . Myasi is very much at the heart of the RWAF's operations. 102 (Air Commando) Squadron No. RWAF Regiment The RWAF Regiment is descended from the locally raised RAF Regiment Defence Squadrons. 105 and No.1 Sea Tempest 1716 NAS – FGR.1 Sea Storm 1705 NAS – F. 111 and No. 107 Squadron No. and providing point air defence for RWAF air bases and forward operating bases.5 Sea Hunter 1708 NAS – F. Both of which were later dramatised and made into major films. 106 Squadron Point Air Defence Units No. Since the creation of the RWAF the RWAF Regiment has changed substantially.3 Sea Fury 1712 NAS – FGR. the Air Commandos. but also provide detachments for CSAR and the ERT.1 Sea Tempest 1709 NAS – F. modern facility which was constructed in 2285 to replace the old RWAF College at RAF Narvik near Victoria.3 Sea Fury 1701 NAS – F. (The near perfect flying weather is the reason for the concentration of facilities.1 Sea Tempest HMWS Tiger (BC) HMWS Gladstone (CA) HMWS Peel (CA) Southern Fleet .5 Sea Hunter 1704 NAS – FGR. The ERT are teams of 10 Air Commandos who are delivered to accident sites by space plane (free-falling in if necessary) to begin giving immediate aid to victims. who were created to provide a security force for the RAF's Tiranean bases. 110 (Air Commando) Squadron Royal Wellon Navy Northern Fleet . becoming a highly trained field force and is no longer responsible for simple guard duties. 108 (Air Commando) Squadron No.3 Sea Fury 1710 NAS – FGR.Vectis Nova Naval Base HMWS Ajax (Escort Carrier) 1702 NAS – FGR. The Air Commandos are highly trained soldiers who can operate as infantry in wartime.New Scapa Naval Base HMWS Achilles (Escort Carrier) 1703 NAS – FGR. 103 Squadron No. 109 Squadron No. The last role is one of the most glamorous in the Wellon Armed Forces. ASAT Units No. The RWAF has three roles. 104 Squadron No. The most famous ERT missions have included the aftermath's of plane crashes in the New Albion Rain Forest and Blight areas.100 km south of New Capetown and is a part of the massive Colenso facility.
HMWS New Britannia (Amphibious Warfare Ship) 1734 (Commando) NAS – TR. Unfortunately the Flotilla lacks the shipping to carry the whole brigade in one lift without calling up merchant navy vessels.Princess Alexandra Naval Base HMWS Atlas (Escort Carrier) 1715 NAS – FGR.5 Sea Hunter 1718 NAS – F. it exists to deploy troops and logistics far from Wellon.5 Sea Hunter 1711 NAS – FGR. The centrepiece of the Flotilla is the newly commissioned New Britannia.5 Sea Hunter 1714 NAS – F. It works primarily with Royal Wellon Marines 7 Commando Brigade.Vectis Nova Naval Base Amphibious Flotilla .2 Osprey-C RN Tirane Squadron The Royal Navy maintains a vestigial 'flag showing' presence on Tirane that frequently operates alongside the Eastern Fleet. HMS King George V (CG) HMS Swansea (DD) HMS Alacrity (Warrior FF) HMS Ambuscade (Warrior FF) HMS Tireless (U Class sub) . During the 'exercise season' the Tirane Squadron commonly operates as an OPFOR for the RWN. and occasionally with other Wellon Army units. It also insures the security of the equatorial Halfway Island (located between Wellon and NP) that remains under British sovereignty.5 Sea Hunter HMWS Burton (CA) HMWS Lloyd-George (CA) Arctic Flotilla .3 Sea Fury 1719 NAS – FGR.2 Osprey-C 1739 (Commando) NAS – TR.3 Sea Fury HMWS Lion (BC) HMWS Disreali (CA) HMWS Wellington (CA) Western Fleet . but the older Hermes is still in service alongside several logistics ships.1706 NAS – FGR.New Scapa Naval Base Southern Flotilla .Princess Alexandra Naval Base The Amphibious Flotilla is part of Wellon's long range power projection assets.2 Osprey -C HMWS Hermes (Commando Carrier) 1738 (Commando) NAS – TR.2 Osprey-C 1735 (Commando) NAS – TR.
The 14e Corps has just over 30 000 personnel. The core of the Armée was to be provided by the 14e Corps but it was to also include the Tanstaafl Defence Force and the Ukrainian Novoya Kiyev Military District. Troupes d'Armee d'Aurore 12e Regiment de Choc (12 CHOC) 1e Regiment Blinde Coloniale (1 RBC) II/1e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (II/1) – Combat Walker 3e Batillion d'Afrique (3 Bat d'Af) 14e Corps (Corps d'Aurore Francais) The 14e Corps has been in existence since 2299 to co-ordinate the defense of the French colony. and can be used to reinforce other parts of Aurore when required. It used to control a mixture of forces drawn from across French territories and included units seconded from the Armée de Manoeuvre on Earth. Both these contingents are able to 'red card' any order from the Armée they find unacceptable for national political reasons. These two forces would come under strategic Armée d'Aurore control but be responsible for their own administration. It is the most professional. 102e Division Airmobile II/4e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (II/4 RCP) I/1e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (I/1 REI) I/5e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (I/5 REI) I/8e Regiment d'Infanterie Coloniale (I/8 RIC) 22e Division de Marche Metropolitaine 3e Régiment de Chasseurs (3e RCh) 1e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (1e RBT) 11e Chasseurs d'Afrique (11e ChA) 27e Régiment d'Aero-Cuirassiers de Tirane (27e RBT) 1e Régiment de Grenadiers (1e RGB) 3e Régiment de Tirailleurs Sénégalaise (3e RTS) 5e Régiment de Tirailleurs de Katanga (5e RTK) 1e Division de Marche Coloniale 1e Régiment de Cavalerie d'Aurore (1e RCA) Régiment de Cavalerie de Marche d' Aurore (RCMA) 2e Regiment Étranger de Cavalerie (2e REC) 4e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (4e RCC) I/13e Demi-Brigade de la Légion Étrangère (I/13e DBLE) I/12e Régiment d'Infanterie Coloniale 'Vedettes' (I/12e RIC) III/12e Régiment d'Infanterie Coloniale 'Vedettes' (III/12e RIC) 208e Division d'Infanterie 2e Régiment de Cavalerie d'Aurore (2e RCA) I/1e Régiment des Vedettes d'Aurore (I/1e RVA) III/1e Régiment des Vedettes d'Aurore (III/1e RVA) II/1e Régiment de Tirailleurs d'Aurore (II/1e RTAu) III/1e Régiment de Tirailleurs d'Aurore (III/1e RTAu) IV/1e Régiment de Ligne d'Aurore (IV/1e RLA) 214e Division d'Infanterie 3e Régiment de Cavalerie d'Aurore (3e RCA) II/1e Régiment des Vedettes d'Aurore (II/1e RVA) . most are colonial or locally raised militia forces.Aurore Eta Bootis Aurore Francais L'Armee d'Aurore The Armée d'Aurore was created in January 2301. Originally an ad-hoc force it has grown into a permanent and highly professional body. Today only a small force of Metropolitan Army troops are present. 14e Corps is the 'big stick' of the Armée. cohesive and well equipped of the ground components of the Armée. More commonly referred to as the 'CAF'.
6th Parachute Regiment 4 Bn. The isolation of Novoya Kiyev and the paucity of naval. In addition there is strong ill-feeling between the military and civilian leadership.' The TDF is an infantry-heavy division sized formation. is the Cinderella of the Armée. 34th Assault Regiment 2 Bn. 6th 'Czestochowa' Air Assault Division 3 Bn. The backbone of the force are the part-time battalion sized Militia Regiments. and has only done so through the largesse of larger nations such as America. 6th Parachute Regiment Tanstaafl Tanstaafl Defence Force The small independent colony of Tanstaafl has faced a severe struggle to survive. .I/1e Régiment de Tirailleurs d'Aurore (I/1e RTAu) I/1e Régiment de Ligne d'Aurore (I/1e RLA) II/1e Régiment de Ligne d'Aurore (II/1e RLA) III/1e Régiment de Ligne d'Aurore (III/1e RLA) I/1e Régiment des Réservistes d'Aurore (I/1e RRA) Novoa Kiyev (Ukraine) Novoya Kiyev Military District (Ukraine) The Novoya Kiyev Military District. The force also lacks much in the way of artillery and other combat support and rarely acts as an entire formation but more often in ad-hoc columns or Task Forces. The Tanstaafl part of the force is around 14 000 strong. sometimes referred to as the Ukrainian Expeditionary Force. Germany and Texas. However the spirit of the local population combined with the skill of the mercenary TFL should not be overlooked. The pluck of the Tanstaaflians has brought many human nations into the Kafer War who would have otherwise turned their back on 'France's Problem. However the mercenary Free Legion and the foreign regulars from Texas and America (under the command of the 4th US Marine Brigade) as well as a small German force provide much of the fighting power. air or interface assault capability has limited the capability of the Ukraine to reinforce its forces fighting a bitter guerrilla war in the colony. However it is incapable of large scale co-ordinated operations and is administratively and logistically weak. Overall the TDF has a strong reputation for its stalwart resistance against the Kafers. To make things worse many of the guerrillas now refuse to recognize the authority of the Ukrainian commander General Dovhan and relations between Ukrainian regulars and the Aurore-born partisans are at a very low ebb. 34th Assault Regiment 10th 'Skorpion' Hussars Battle Group 'Piotrowski'. 1st Allied Special Operations Battalion – Provisional (Ukraine/Poland) 66th Rifle Division 26th Reconnaissance Batallion 4th Rifle Regiment – deployed Novoya Kiyev 200th Mountain Regiment 15th 'Enavieko-Dunaiska' Spearate Motorized Rifle Brigade (-) 16th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade – in-transit to Aurore rd 23 Assault Landing Brigade 230th Airmobile Rifle Battalion 423rd Airmobile Rifle Battalion 23rd Independent Tank Company th 7 Lujcyka Naval Assault Division (Poland) 7th Attack Regiment 4th Lusatian Uhlans – Recce Battle Group 'Jan Sobieski' 1 Bn.
(Germany) KampfGroup Hochbaden is a tragic remnant of a once thriving colony.(USA) The 4th Marine Brigade is the main USMC combat force on the French Arm which saw significant action in both the invasion and liberation of Kimanjano.Tanstaafl Free Legion (TFL) The TFL is the mercenary cornerstone of Tanstaafl's defences. 1 Kompanie. It was the RDPM who bore the brunt of the early fighting against the Kafers and still provide the bulk of the colony's fighting forces. Already a highly trained force the KampfGroup is implacable in its hatred of the Kafers and fights with a steely fanaticism. Manned by a mixture of off-worlders and natives it is one of humanity's most famous fighting forces. Central Region HQ Northern Region HQ Southern Region HQ Tanstaafl Regional Defence Paramilitary Militia The Tanstaafl RDPM comprises the Tanstaafl militia and police forces. including the famous Ramrods. The force is organised into company groups which come under the command of regional Regimental HQs. 1st Militia Regiment 2nd Militia Regiment 3rd Militia Regiment 4th Militia Regiment 5th Militia Regiment 6th Militia Regiment 4th Marine Brigade (Provisional) . US Army Task Force Alamo. Republic of Texas Army KampfGroup Hochbaden . most of which operate under the command of one of three regional HQs. There are also a number of independent Commandos which provide rapid reaction forces. The brigade is never used simply to hold ground. Operationally it is frequently linked with the marines of the Bismarck and Guderian when they are deployed on Aurore or more usually it has an independent role. 3rd Sqdn. There is much debate in the German high command as to the fate of the KampfGroup. A company strength light infantry force drawn from the garrison of Kolonie Zwei deployed to Tanstaafl it avoided the destruction of the colony by its presence on Aurore. however there are also Commandos assigned to each regiment who are held at higher readiness. Jäger Bn 342 . Most of its component battalions have been assigned to independent Marine Interface Units and for its service on Aurore it has been reinforced by US Army and Texan formations. across Tanstaafl. 6th Marine Infantry Bn Troop L. The brigade is used as a reserve for the TDF but its battalions are often deployed to areas of the colony under threat. Most of the Militia are part-timers who can be called out at short notice. 11th Cavalry Regiment. It comprises over twenty company sized units. rather to operate against Kafer formations.
it also has staff personnel seconded from Australia. It also has a recce unit attached to it. Royal Artillery of Alicia (1 RAA) nd 2 Brigade The 1st Alician Hussars (1 AH) 3rd Bn. Royal Artillery of Alicia (4 RAA) st 1 Division Support Group King's Mounted Rifles (KMR) – Recce 2nd Regiment. Royal Alician Engineers nd 2 (Alician) Division 3rd Brigade The 2nd Alician Hussars (2 AH) 1st Bn. The New Gloucestershire Regiment (1 NGR) 2nd Bn. The British Beowulf Fusiliers (1 BBF) 2nd Bn.Beowulf Queen Alice's Star Crown Colony of Alicia (Great Britain) Independent Units 26th (Alician) Special Air Service Regiment (26 SAS) 1st Commando. Royal Alician Engineers 2nd Hvy Engineer Regiment (V). Royal Horse Artillery of Alicia (4 RHAA) 6th Hvy Regiment (V). Royal Horse Artillery of Alicia (2 RHAA) 3rd Med Regiment. The British Beowulf Fusiliers (2 BBF) 1st Regiment. Canada. As a defensive body IV Corps sits at the centre of a web of remote sensor equipment scattered throughout Alicia. Royal Alician Engineers st 1 (Alician) Division 1st Brigade The Duchess of Alicia's Dragoons (DAD) 1st Bn. RAM) – OPFOR Training Unit IV (Alician) Corps IV Corps is organized in a similar manner to I and II (British) Corps on Earth and III (Wellon) Corps on Tirane. the Corps Recce Group (CRG) an all-arms formation dedicated to gathering information. Royal Alician Marines (1 Cdo. IV Corps Recce Group IV Corps Artillery Group 4th Regiment. The Royal Regiment of Alicia (4 RRA) 3rd Regiment. The New Gloucestershire Regiment (2 NGR) 5th Regiment. Royal Artillery of Alicia (6 RAA) 8th Hvy Regiment (V). IV Corps also controls a strong engineer group. IV Corps also has operational control of most of the Air Wing's combat assets. Royal Artillery of Alicia (5 RAA) th 4 Brigade The Northern Grays (NG) . IV Corps is primarily a defensive formation and was Headquartered in numerous underground command facilities. but with a strong British presence. and Alicia's mobile ASAT assets. Royal Alician Engineers 1st Med Engineer Regiment. America and New Zealand. Royal Artillery of Alicia (3 RAA) rd 6 Brigade The Red Lancers of Alicia (RLA) 1st Bn. The Royal Regiment of Alicia (2 RRA) 4th Regiment. The Royal Regiment of Alicia (1 RRA) 2nd Bn. Controlling all British and Alician assets on Alicia. RAM) Advanced Training Wing. Royal Artillery of Alicia (8 RAA) IV Corps Engineering Group 1st Hvy Engineer Regiment. The Royal Regiment of Alicia (3 RRA) 4th Bn. Royal Alician Marines (ATW. IV Corps is predominantly Alician.
the ADF mobilized the Field Forces. Royal Alician Marines (4 RAM) 5th (Marine) Regiment. Royal Artillery (79 RA) 47 Air Defense Regiment. The key roles for the volunteers were urban and guerrilla warfare. Cadres of ex-regulars were brought in from Earth and other places and the Field Forces were whipped into shape. Royal Artillery of Alicia (2 RAA) nd 2 Division Support Group The 2nd Alician Hussars (2 AH) – Recce 3rd Regiment. Royal Alician Marines (3 RAM) 4th (Reserve) Bn. Army Air Corps (8 AAC) 10th Armoured Brigade 4th (Queen's Own) Dragoons (4 D) 1st Bn. The Alician Light Infantry (1 ALI) 2nd Bn. Army Air Corps (79 AAC) 3rd Division Recce Group 14th/20th (King's) Hussars (14/20 H) 4th Bn. The Yorkshire Regiment (4 YORKS) rd 3 Division Artillery Group 6 Hvy Regiment. The Alician Light Infantry (2 ALI) 2nd Regiment. Royal Alician Engineers rd 3 (UK) Armoured Division 3rd Division Command Group 3 Armoured Command Regiment 3 Armoured Regiment. Esprit de corps was fostered and many units changed their names to reflect the areas they were raised in. Royal Artillery of Alicia (7 RAA) th 5 Brigade The 1st Alician Light Horse (1 ALH) 1st Bn. 10th/11th (Prince of Wales' Own) Hussars (X/ 10/11 H) 7th Royal Tank Regiment (7 RTR) 3rd Bn. CEF Regional Divisions The regional Divisions are part-time volunteer formations. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (103 REWS) 8th Armoured Brigade 9th/12th Lancers (9/12 L) 5th Bn. The Connaught Rangers (2 CR) 8 Regiment. One major change was the establishment of divisional headquarters for the Field Forces which took place in April of 2302. Royal Engineers (3 ARMD RE) 103 Armoured Tactical Sqn. Royal Artillery (6 RA) 24 Med Regiment. Army Air Corps (10 AAC) 79th Armoured Brigade X Sqn. The Royal Welch Fusiliers (2 RWF) 79 Regiment.1st Bn. Royal Alician Marines (1 RAM) 3rd Bn. predominantly composed of infantry. The Gordon Highlanders (1 GORDONS) 10 Regiment. The Royal Strathy Highlanders (2 RSH) 7th Regiment. The Coldstream Guards (3 COLD GDS) 2nd Bn. Royal Artillery (47 RA) 7th (Marines) Brigade 1st Bn. Royal Horse Artillery of Alicia (5 RHAA) th 8 (Alicia) Brigade – detached to 11th (Commonwealth) Armoured Division – II (Commonwealth) Corps. Originally raised in the face of continuing tension in the Ramadenthian Archipelago. and they swiftly became skilled in these roles. The Royal Strathy Highlanders (1 RSH) 2nd Bn. The Royal Scots Fusiliers (1 RSF) 1st Bn. Royal Artillery (24 RA) 38 Med Regiment. Faced with the catastrophic loss of Beta Canum Venaticorum. the volunteers came of age during the Kafer War. Royal Artillery (38 RA) 79 Med Regiment. However the outcome of the Battle of Beowulf has led . Problems in the first days were rife. The Light Infantry (5 LI) 2nd Bn. but were soon ironed out. or benefactors who had purchased new equipment on their behalf. Royal Horse Artillery of Alicia (3 RHAA) 2nd Med Regiment.
Western Volunteers 8th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Herot Light) th 11 Field Force 13th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Four Lakes Rifles) . Eastern Volunteers th 6 (North-West) Division 10th Field Force 10th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (South Islanders) 2nd Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Smith's Own) th 12 Field Force 16th Bn. Eastern Volunteers 8th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Aliceport Dragoons) 9th Bn. Western Volunteers (McAlister's Raiders) 9th Bn. Western Volunteers (Alician Black Watch) 2nd Bn. Central Volunteers th 5 (South-West) Division 7th Field Force 1st Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Grendal's Own) 12th Bn. and most of the units contain a core of men and women whose skills benefited greatly from the period of mobilization. Eastern Volunteers (Paget's Own) 6th Bn. much to the relief of many captains of industry and the Alician economy in general. Eastern Volunteers (Herot Light) 11th Bn.to the demobilization of the volunteers. Eastern Volunteers (Avonmouth Volunteers) 14th Bn. Eastern Volunteers th 9 Field Force 7th Bn. Central Volunteers 5th Bn. Western Volunteers (Beowulf Canadians) nd 2 Field Force 4th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Queen Alice's Volunteer Grenadiers) 5th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Herot Light) 15th Bn. Central Volunteers 8th Bn. Central Volunteers th 6 Field Force 7th Bn. Central Volunteers (Gloucester Volunteers) 9th Bn. 3rd (Western) Division 1st Field Force 1st Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Spencerton Rifle Volunteers) th 8 Field Force 4th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Coastal Fusiliers) 17th Bn. Western Volunteers (Strathy Cameronians) 6th Bn. Eastern Volunteers (Taine Valley Volunteers) 18th Bn. Central Volunteers 3rd Bn. Western Volunteers rd 3 Field Force 7th Bn. Central Volunteers (Vandeleur's Own) 2nd Bn. Western Volunteers (MacDonald's Own) 5th Bn. Western Volunteers 3rd Bn. Eastern Volunteers (North Islanders) 3rd Bn. Central Volunteers 6th Bn. Central Volunteers th 5 Field Force 4th Bn. Western Volunteers (Strathy Lowland Rifles) th 4 (Central) Division 4th Field Force 1st Bn. However training still remains at a high level than pre-war.
Australian Expeditionary Brigade – Alderhorst 54th (Heavy) Sqn. Royal Space Corps 2701 Independent Parachute Tactical Troop. Normally close allies the tension between colonists over resources has lead to an increasing level of armed confrontations throughout the years. Rumours of mercenary units on planet are also commonplace. 13th Flotilla. Parachute Regiment of Australia (3L-PARA) 14th (Light) Bn. The Parachute Regiment (2 PARA) 6th Bn. However local authorities have used their own prerogatives to raise numerous reserve Gendarme units. Armour Regiment of New Canberra (54H-ARNC) 4th (Assault) Bn. Royal Space Corps 7 (Royal Alician Marine) Brigade 1st Bn. Royal Alician Marines (3 RAM) 4th Bn (Reserve). The Parachute Regiment (7 PARA) 7 Parachute Regiment. 2 Field Regiment. Fleet Command Europe Neuvelle (France) The world of Beowulf represents a headache for both of the colonising nations. Commonwealth Expeditionary Forces (HQ CEF) – Heorot. Royal Alician Marines (4 RAM) th 13 Brigade. Royal Engineers 4 Commando Logistics Regiment (4 CLR) 1 Assault Support Company. Parachute Regiment of Australia (14L-PARA) J-Force. Royal Engineers 66 Commando Landing Squadron. Royal Engineers 67 Commando Landing Squadron. The Parachute Regiment (6 PARA) 7th Bn.Commonwealth Expeditionary Forces Headquarters. Britain and France. As a result the Colonial Administration has clamped down on the number of militia soldiers and restricted the activities of regular troops. Royal Logistics Corps 2 Assault Support Company. . which are paramilitary in nature if not in name. Royal Alician Marines (1 RAM) 3rd Bn. Royal Alician Marines (1 Cdo RAM) 6 Commando Fire Support Group 65 Independent Commando Squadron. Wellon Reconnaissance Regiment (C/ WRR) 1st Bn. RM (69 Cdo) – reforming 1 Commando. The New Scottish Rifles (2 NSR) 12 Light Regiment. RM (62 Cdo) 63 Commando. Royal Wellon Artillery (12 RWA) 4 Squadron. The Royal Highland Regiment of Wellon (Wellon Black Watch) (1 RHW) 2nd Bn. The Royal Victoria Rifles (1 RVR) 1st Bn. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (2701 REWS) 6 Commando Brigade. Alicia. Royal Horse Artillery (7 RHA) 6 Assault Fire Support Group 9 Parachute Squadron. Australian Rifles (4A-RIFLES) 3rd (Light) Bn. when she faces both the threat of the Kafers and confrontation with Germany on so many colony worlds. Royal Wellon Engineers (2 RWE) 6th (UK) Assault Brigade Group 1 Pathfinder Group 'Arnhem' 7 (Assault) Recce Group Assault Brigade Storm Troop 2nd Bn. Beowulf 1 (Wellon) Light Brigade C Squadron. RM (63 Cdo) 69 Commando. RM 62 Commando. Originally a conflict between both sides forces and smugglers and pirates from the other it has escalated to a level where it is now on the verge of open war. Royal Engineers 16 Airborne CS Regiment. France cannot afford to alienate the British.
CAR have a number of specialist sub-units and whose official raison d'être is providing disaster relief support to the CSGR. As a result three types of paramilitary reserve Gendarmerie exist. but Alician defence analysts claim at least 18 battalions could be assembled in time of war. Compagnie d' Appui de la Réserve(CAR) and Compagnie de Soutain de la Réserve (CSR). CSR are logistical and command unit. Compagnie de Sécurité Général de la Réserve (CSGR). The number of reserve Gendarme companies is unconfirmed. . Cynics in Alicia point out the large number of military weapons also held by these Gendarme reservists and the 3:1:1 ratio in numbers which looks suspiciously like a battalion formation. CSGR are paramilitary support companies who also have riot training. The French colonists in turn point to the large and well equipped Alician military which exists on the other side of the Ramadenthian Sea. equipped with a range of communications systems and logistical vehicles.101e Division Legere Blindee I/2e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (I/2e RCC) II/2e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (II/2e RCC) III/2e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (III/2e RCC) I/4e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (I/6e RIC) II/4e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (II/4e RIC) III/4e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (III/4e RIC) 1e Division Aeromobile Legere II/4e Régiment Etranger d' Infanterie (II/4e REI) I/5e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (I/5e RIC) 1e Demi-Brigade d'Infanterie de Marine II/22e Régiment d' Infanterie de Marine (II/22e RIMa) II/5e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (II/5e RIC) 207e Division d'Infanterie Groupement Mobile de Milice de Nouvelle Europe (GMMNE) I/1e Régiment de Tirailleurs Nouvelle Européen (I/1e RTNE) II/1e Régiment de Tirailleurs Nouvelle Européen (II/1e RTNE) III/1e Régiment de Tirailleurs Nouvelle Européen (III/1e RTNE) 1e Groupement de Fusiliers-Marins de Nouvelle Europe (1e GFMNE) 2e Groupement de Fusiliers-Marins de Nouvelle Europe (2e GFMNE) Gendarmerie de Nouvelle Europe The Gendarmerie has raised a profusion of paramilitary units over the years and recently has reorganised these.
When the War took place tensions with France sky rocketed.LkPz. DK Lift Panzer Recon Bn 71 DK Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 71 71 Deutscher Kontinent Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade DK Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 71 DK Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 1 DK Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 2 DK Reserve Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 3 DK Lift Panzer Flak Bn 71 1 Deutscher Kontinent Lift Panzer Brigade (Panzer Kavallerie Regiment 5) DK Lift Panzer Bn 11 DK Lift Panzer Bn 12 DK Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 13 DK Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 14 2 Deutscher Kontinent Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade DK Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 21 . 71. This division is now the German Army's heavy combat force in the French Arm.Div has sent combat forces to Eta Bootis. A new armoured division was formed from the PKR and the light mobile division whilst the 24th Jäger Div was seriously re-jigged and defensive armoured formations created.Div was originally equipped with LkPz-VII's but is in the process of re-equipping with LkPz-IX.Beta Canum Venaticorum-4 Beta Canum Venaticorum Hochmark (Germany) The garrison of the Bavarian colony on Beta Canum initially had troops from the Bavarian 22nd Jäger Division and a locally raised 24th Jäger Division. and is prepared to send other units from company to KampfGroup size should conflict on Aurore escalate further. The 1.Bde which is based on Vogelheim.LkPz Brigade is the reformed Bavarian PKR 5 and maintains that unit's proud heritage. Deutscher Kontinent Corps 8 Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'Windhund' Formerly a Bavarian division with strong combat experience in the Central Asian War as well as stints as garrison on Garten. Some bloody clashes of battalion size took place in coastal areas and on islands and special forces from both sides scored some successes in attacking prestige targets. 8. Lift Panzer Recon Bn 8 Lift Panzer Sturmtaktik Bn 8 Lift Panzer Pioneer Bn 8 8 Lift Panzer Artillery Brigade Lift Panzer Drone Artillery Bn 8 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 20 Lift Panzer Artillery Bn 21 Lift Panzer Flak Bn 8 20 Lift Panzer Brigade Lift Panzer Bn 201 Lift Panzer Bn 202 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 203 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 204 21 Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 211 Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 212 Lift Panzer Bn 213 Lift Panzer Bn 214 71 Deutscher Kontinent Lift Panzergrenadier Division 'Beta Kanum' A locally raised division. although outright hostilities were limited by the small militaries of both colonies. These were supplemented by a Panzer Kavallerie Regiment and a hover mobile light division.LkPzGren.DK.LkPzGren. After the war the German Continent's military was overhauled and reinforced as French regular units arrived on world. Consequently fighting usually took place on the extremities of the continents or in the seizure of assets and restriction of trade. Stationed at BCV when post-War tensions climbed it also commands 14.
Expanded to brigade strength after the war the unit has a strong reputation for fitness. 72 Deutscher Kontinent Reserve Panzergrenadier Brigade DK Panzergrenadier Bn 721 DK Panzergrenadier Bn 722 DK Panzer Bn 723 DK Panzer Bn 724 73 Deutscher Kontinent Reserve Panzergrenadier Brigade DK Panzergrenadier Bn 731 DK Panzergrenadier Bn 732 DK Panzer Bn 733 DK Panzer Bn 734 241 Deutscher Kontinent Reserve Jäger Brigade 1 Jäger Bn 2 Jäger Bn 3 Jäger Bn 243 Deutscher Kontinent Reserve Jäger Brigade 1 Jäger Bn 2 Jäger Bn 3 Jäger Bn . These formations are a mixture of reservists and volunteers and are equipped with older equipment. 36 Jäger Brigade Jg Bde 36 is a formation from the IX Corps assigned to the tactical control of the Kolonial Jg. Jäger Bn 361 Jäger Bn 362 Jäger Bn 363 245 Deutscher Kontinent Airborne (Fallschirmjäger) Brigade 'Lammergeier' The German Continent Parachute Brigade was formed in the early 2230's as a Group attached to the 24th Jg Division. The unit also launched its own raid on a French coastal radar installation. Later this was expanded to Group size and brought within the organisation of the 24th Jägers. aggression and tactical ability. 1 Gebirgsjäger Bn 'Kahl' 2 Gebirgsjäger Bn 'Rickensdorf' 3 Reserve Gebirgsjäger Bn Colonial Special Purpose Unit (Kolonial Sonderverband) 2 The DKK reserve forces are composed of two mechanised brigades based in the two major cities and three Jäger Brigades formed the old 24th Jäger Division. The unit saw action in the War of German Reunification contesting off-shore islands of the German Continent with raiding French forces in the low key conflict. 1 Airborne (Fallschirmjäger) Bn 2 Airborne (Fallschirmjäger) Bn 3 Reserve Airborne (Fallschirmjäger) Bn 242 Deutscher Kontinent Mountain (Gebirgsjäger) Brigade 'Ludwigberge' The centre of the German Continent is dominated by high mountains.DK Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 22 DK Lift Panzer Bn 23 DK Lift Panzer Bn 24 3 Deutscher Kontinent Reserve Lift Panzergrenadier Brigade DK Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 31 DK Lift Panzergrenadier Bn 32 DK Lift Panzer Bn 33 DK Lift Panzer Bn 34 Kolonial Jäger Division zvB This special purpose division has some of Germany's finest light soldiers in its ranks. Although it has a rapid response role on Beta Canum it is also a strategic reserve for the rest of the French Arm. It is both para trained and air assault capable. and early in the continent's history veterans of Bavaria's mountain infantry established a militia unit in the area. It is well equipped and considered the equal of most Kolonial Corps Jäger units. It was used as a rapid reaction force for the colony including no few 'bug hunts'.Div zvB.
The Mavericks (New Middlesex Irish) (1 MAV) Militia Forces Royal New African Air Force No. The New African Light Infantry (2 NALI) 1st Bn.3) 6 (Reserve) Squadron (Wyvern TC.1) 11 Squadron (Tempest GR.3) No.4 Air Supply Group (Reserve) 9 Squadron (Loadmaster III) 10 (Reserve) Squadron (Atlas C.1) 17 Squadron (Victor AAR Drone) 18 Squadron (Vulcan AEW Drone) No.1A) 12 Squadron (Fury F.3) 14 (Reserve) Squadron (various tiltwing) 19 (Reserve) Squadron (Whirlwind TC.3 Air Control Support Group 3 Squadron (Guardian AEW.8) 13 (Reserve) Squadron (Atlas C.5) Ground Combat Wing Wing HQ and Depot .3) Flight Training Wing Flight Training Squadron 7 (Reserve) Squadron (Wyvern TC.1) No.1A) 1 Squadron (Tempest GR.1) 8 (Reserve) Squadron (Loadmaster III) No.3) 16 (Reserve) Squadron (Lincoln CT.1 New African Tactical Air Group 2 Squadron (Fury F.1) 15 (Reserve) Squadron (Hunter FGR.244 Deutscher Kontinent Reserve Jäger Brigade 1 Jäger Bn 2 Jäger Bn 3 Jäger Bn Crown Colony of New Africa (Great Britain) New African Army Special Duties Command New Africa Special Air Service Regiment (The Scouts) (NA SAS) A Sqn B Sqn – Urban Recce C (Ranger) Sqn 15 Commando (15 Cdo) The Westmark Rifles Field Forces 3rd (New Africa) Light Division – seconded to 1st (Commonwealth) Light Division – V (New Africa) Corps (CEF) 1st (New African) Armoured Brigade Tiger Hussars (TH) 2nd Bn.3) 5 Squadron (Wyvern TC.5 Tactical Air Manoeuvre Group (Reserve) 20 Squadron (Wyvern TC.2 Tactical Air Manoeuvre Group 4 Squadron (Wyvern TC.
Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (2010 REWS) 7th Division Recce Group 1st RGL Hussars (1 RGL H) (-B Sqn) 1st RGL Jaegers (1 RGL J) – detached 1st RGL Light Company th 11 (Commonwealth) Armoured Division 1 (Wellon) Armoured Brigade 6th Wellon Armoured Regiment (6 WAR) 2nd Bn.newly formed from Independent Armoured Brigades 7th Division Command Group 7 Armoured Command Regiment 7th Armoured Brigade Group (The Desert Rats) B Sqn. 1st RGL Hussars (B 1 RGL H) 1st RGL Dragoons 'KampfGroup Reinhardt' (1 RGL D) 1st RGL Line 'KampfGroup Paterson' (1 RGL L) 3rd RGL Line 'KampfGroup Jansen' (3 RGL L) 1st RGL Air Regiment 1st RGL Medium Artillery Regiment 1st RGL Engineer Squadron 2010 Armoured Tactical Troop. Army Air Corps (7 AAC) 17 Med Regiment. The Irish Guards (1 IG) 9 Regiment. 10th/11th (Prince of Wales' Own) Hussars (Y 10/11 H) 3rd (King's Own) Dragoons (3 D) 1st Bn. Huzaren Prins van Oranje (B/1 NL RECCE) – Royal Netherlands Army 2nd (Royal Scots Greys) Dragoons (2 D) 1st Bn. 1st Recce Bn. The Royal Southern Regiment (1 R SOUTH R) 1 New Africa Armoured Brigade . The Grenadier Guards (1 GREN GDS) 1st Bn. French and German forces under command. and it was the body responsible for the full liberation and mopping up of Beta Canum-4 with Commonwealth. II Corps Recce Group 3rd Light Dragoons (18th Hussars) (3 LD) 1st Bn. Canadian and New African). Royal Artillery (28 RA) 12 Air Defense Regiment. Army Air Corps (9 AAC) 11 Med Regiment. Royal Artillery (36 RA) 7th Armoured Division . Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (2 REWS) II Corps Artillery Group 10 Hvy Regiment. The Queen's Regiment (3 QUEENS) 7 Regiment. Royal Artillery (12 RA) 36 Orbital Defense Regiment.national nature. Royal Engineers 2007 Armoured Tactical Troop.A Squadron B Squadron C Squadron Commonwealth Expeditionary Forces II (Commonwealth) Corps II Corps has held the responsibility for major British expeditionary deployments since its formation. Royal Artillery (17 RA) 29 Independent Armoured Squadron. Royal Artillery (11 RA) 1st Royal German Legion (RGL) Brigade Group B Sqn. Royal Electronic Warfare and Security (2007 REWS) 9th (Guards) Armoured Brigade Group Y Sqn. Royal Artillery (10 RA) 28 Hvy Regiment. The Cheshire Regiment (1 CHESHIRE) 3rd Bn. It has taken the 'Commonwealth' tag because of its multi. It has now re-organised with 2 armoured divisions (7th British and 11th Commonwealth) and three independent brigades (British. The Wellon Guards (2 Wellon Gds) 1st Bn. The Royal Greys (1 R GREYS) 2 Strategic Regiment.
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (1 PPCLI) 3rd Bn. In pursuit of this aim the Corps is composed of two infantry heavy Light Divisions. who conduct high intensity patrolling and Fireforce counter-Kafer operations. often referred to in the New African press as the Vengeance Corps. Wellon Reconnaissance Regiment (A/WRR) 3rd Bn. Royal Gurkha Engineers 1 (Wellon) Airmobile Brigade A (Airmobile) Sqn. The New African Light Infantry (2 NALI) 1st Bn. However its primary mission is the conduct of operations against the residual Kafer presence in the K-Zone. Royal Wellon Engineers Commonwealth Division Recce Group 3rd Royal Tank Regiment (Commando) (3 RTR Cdo) . The Royal Gurkha Rifles (3 RGR) 5th Bn. The Black Watch (1 BW) 2nd Bn. 29 Regiment. The Dragon Regiment of Alicia (1 DRAGON) th 11 Division Recce Group The Lord Woolf's Dragoon Guards (LWDG) 1st Bn. Guarde Regiment Fusiliers Prinses Irine (101 NL GDS) – Royal Netherlands Army 1 Canadian Armoured Brigade Group Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) (LStH) 1st Bn. The Scottish Rifles (1 SR) st 1 (Guards) Armoured Brigade Group 1st Life Guards (1 LG) 1st Royal Tank Regiment (1 RTR) 2nd Bn. Beta Canum Venaticorum-4 V Corps. The Royal Gurkha Rifles (5 RGR) 48 (Gurkha) Lt Regiment. The Royal Wellon Airmobile Regiment (103 RWAR) 209 Airmobile Regiment. The Scots Guards (2 SG) 101 Bn. Royal Artillery (48 RA) 1 Field Sqn. The Royal Wellon Airmobile Regiment (101 RWAR) 103rd Bn.The Tiger Hussars (TH) 2nd Bn. The Parachute Regiment (3 PARA) 101st Bn. Royal Artillery (51 RA) 79 Field Sqn. V Corps also has three International Brigades under OPCON who also take part in patrolling operations in the K-Zone and in providing reaction forces against Kafer sallies from the K-Zone. The New Africa Legion (3 NAL) V (New Africa) Corps – New Africa. Royal Engineers 1st Gurkha Brigade Group 1 Gurkha Recce Group 1st Bn. The Duke of Alicia's Own Regiment (1 DAO) 2nd Bn. 1st (Commonwealth) Light Division 2nd (UK) Light Brigade Group 5 Recce Group 'Salamanca' 1st Bn. has been recently created in order to provide dedicated defensive capacity for the British Continent. The Coldstream Guards (2 COLD GDS) 2nd Bn. The Royal Green Jackets (1 RGJ) 1st Bn. The Royal Gurkha Rifles (1 RGR) 3rd Bn. The Yorkshire Regiment (2 YORKS) 51 Lt Regiment. The New African Legion (1 NAL) 3rd (Hunter) Bn. Royal Alician Marines (2 RAM) 1st Bn. Royal Wellon Horse Artillery (209 RWHA) 22 Independent Parachute Sqn. The Mavericks (New Middlesex Irish) (1 MAV) th 8 (Alicia) Brigade (The Nightfell Wolves) 1st Bn. Princess Louise's Canadian Fusiliers (3 PLCF) 1 New African Special Duties Brigade 15 Commando (15 Cdo) Westmark Rifle (WEST RIFLES) 1st (Chasseur) Bn. It also has an overview remit in relation to the reserve and volunteer formations of the New African Defence Forces.
8 Sqdn – Guardian AEW.1 1702 Naval Air Squadron – Sea Tempest FGR.1 (F) Sqdn – Tempest GR. 906 Squadron – Fury F.100 Sqdn – Fury F. Royal Horse Artillery (59 RHA) 5 Regiment.3 C Flight.1 (Strike) Wing No. The New Middlesex Scottish (1 NMS) 3rd Bn. The New African Regiment (4 NAR) 6th Bn.The Tarakiwa Rangers – New Zealand Army Commonwealth Division Support Group 59 Hvy Regiment. Mtondo Scouts (Malawi) 9th 'Kasungu' Ranger Battalion (Malawi) 1st/2nd Askari za Dunia Regiment (1st/2nd AzD) (Tanzania) 2nd Bn.1 . No.3 914 Squadron – Tempest FGR.African) Brigade 1 Commando Battalion (Zimbabwe) Combat Group 12 (Namibia) 2 Batalhao Cacadores Para-quedistas Especial (Angola) 17th (Indian States) Brigade 1st Bombay Armoured Regiment (Hodson's Horse) (Bombay) 6th Bn. modern Fury and Tempests.56 Squadron – Fury F. 5th Independent Gorkha Rifles (Royal Fronter Force) (Nepal) Commonwealth Air Forces Joint Tactical Air Group-3 (JTAG-3) (UK) – New Africa Air Group No. The Royal Volunteer Rifles Corps of New Africa (1 RVRC) 2nd Bn. The New African Regiment (3 NAR) 2 New African Light Brigade 1st Bn.3 A Flight. Army Air Corps (5 AAC) 3rd (New African) Light Division 1 New African Light Brigade 1st Bn. and one of strategic interdiction and recce aircraft. The New African Regiment (2 NAR) 7th Bn.1 No. The New African Regiment (7 NAR) New African Recce Group Jameson's Scouts (J SCOUTS) 1st (Pan-African) Brigade 'C' Coy. The Guards (Rajahstan) 2nd Bn.20 Squadron – Tempest GR. 617 Squadron – Mosquito RB.1 916 Squadron – Mosquito RB.1 Joint Tactical Air Group-4 (JTAG-4) (UK) – New Africa Air Group No. The New African Regiment (6 NAR) 3 New African Light Brigade 1st Bn.1 No.3 1714 Naval Air Squadron – Sea Fury F. The New African Regiment (1 NAR) 4th Bn. The New African Light Infantry (1 NALI) 1st Bn.2 Joint Tactical Air Group-341/Wellon (JTAG-341/W) (Wellon) Air Group JTAG-W's Air Group is composed of five squadrons of warplanes and a flight of AEW aircraft. The Kenyan Rifles (2 KR) (Kenya) nd 2 (Pan. There are four squadrons of tactical aircraft. The Sikh Regiment (Punjab) 1st Bn.
manoeuvre support for the logistics group and provision of dispersed operating sites. RWAF Regiment 9 Squadron. 920 Squadron – Guardian AEW. The normal Wellon Engineer Squadron is supported by a regiment of New African Pioneers greatly easing the job of the Wellonese sappers whilst also contributing as fighting troops. 21e Division de la Marche 1e Régiment Lanciers (1e RLB) 1e Régiment de Spahis (1e RS) 4e Régiment de Cuirassiers (4e RC) 8e Régiment de Aero-Cuirassiers (8e RC) 16e Régiment de Tirailleurs Algériens (16e RTA) 2e Chasseurs à Pied (2e CPB) I/51e Régiment d' Infanterie (I/51e RI) 100e Division Legere Blindee 5e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (5e RCC) 6e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (6e RCC) 9e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (9e RCC) II/10e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (II/10e RIC) III/10e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (III/10e RIC) VII/10e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (VII/10e RIC) 101e Division Aeromobile II/2e Régiment Etranger d' Infanterie (II/2e REI) . RWAF Regiment 108 (Commando) Squadron. Royal Wellon Engineers (3 RWE) 4 Pioneer Regiment. 3 Air Support Regiment.2 Defence Group The Defence Group includes protection for the Air Group. 111 Squadron. New African Engineers Pais Francais (France) Commandement de Troupes Speciales Groupement de Commandos Coloniaux Regiment Para-Commando Equipe Spéciale Autonome – (RAPAS) Fusiliers-Marins Commandos Commando Keiffer – (CAA) Commando Parachutistes de l'Air 20 Troupes d'Intervention Spatial (TIS) 1e Brigade d'Intervention – Beta Canum Venaticorum-4 1e BI Compangnie de Commandment et de Soutain (1e BI CCS) I/1e Regiment Etranger de Parachutistes (I/1 REP) II/1e Regiment Etranger de Parachutistes (II/1 REP) II/2e Regiment Etranger de Parachutistes (II/2 REP) – Combat Walker 1e Compangnie Etranger de Genie de Parachutistes (1 CEGP) 1e Compangnie Etranger d'Artillery d'Elite de Parachutistes (1 CEAEP) L'Armee Coloniale 9e Corps The Corps is a recently organised grouping brought together in 2295 to command the previously uncoordinated regular and militia units on BC in the face of the increasing German military build up on world. and is more of an administrative and doctrinal command based out of a subterranean bunker in Premiere. It also includes engineering support tasked for airfield repair.A Flight. in the shape of point defence and field squadrons from the RWAF Regiment. At the current time it controls very few Corps level assets.
1e Division Legere Blindee 2e Regiment de Spahis (2 RS) – Recce 3e Regiment Etranger de Cavalerie (3 REC) 3e Regiment Lanciers (3 RLB) 507e Regiment de Chars de Combat (507 RCC) I/3e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (I/3 REI) 11e Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens (11 RTA) I/3e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (I/3 RIMa) 11e Division Parachutiste (Les Paras Bleues) 1e Regiment de Hussards Parachutiste (1 RHP) – Recce I/1e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (I/1 RCP) I/3e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (I/3 RCP) – Combat Walker II/3e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (II/3 RCP) I/4e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (I/4 RCP) II/9e Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutiste (II/9 RCP) – Combat Walker Tabor de Goums Parachutiste (TGP) (Morocco) . Beta Canum Venaticorum. It was then transferred to BCV to co-ordinate the clearance of the Continent Français. the tactical HQ formed from the Force d' Action Rapide on Earth. 19e Corps specialises in assault and offensive operations and would be tasked to lead any operations beyond Arcturus or counter-attacking any renewed incursion into the Eta Bootis Finger. It was the first element of the Armée de Liberation and spearheaded the liberation of Kimanjano and was responsible for clearing Fromme.I/ Régiment Etranger d' Aero-Infanterie (I/REAI) I/21e Régiment d' Infanterie de Marine (I/21e RIMa) IV/10e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (IV/10e RIC) 102e Division Legere Blindee 3e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (3e RCC) 8e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (8e RCC) 10e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (10e RCC) I/10e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (I/10e RIC) V/10e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (V/10e RIC) VI/10e Régiment d' Infanterie Coloniale (VI/10e RIC) 103e Division Legere Blindee Régiment de Cavalerie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Blanche' (Cavalerie Blanche) Régiment de Cavalerie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Rouge' (Cavalerie Rouge) Régiment de Cavalerie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Bleue' (Cavalerie Bleue) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Noire' (Milice Noire) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Jaune' (Milice Jaune) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Orangé' (Milice Orangé) 206e Division d'Infanterie Régiment de Cavalerie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Noire' (Cavalerie Noire) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Rouge' (Milice Rouge) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Grise' (Milice Grise) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Bleue' (Milice Bleue) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Fauvre' (Milice Fauvre) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Pourpre' (Milice Pourpre) 213e Division d'Infanterie Régiment de Cavalerie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Jaune' (Cavalerie Jaune) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Blanche' (Milice Blanche) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Verte' (Milice Verte) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Brune' (Milice Brune) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Violette' (Milice Violette) Batallion d' Infantrie de la Milice de Beta Canum 'Bleu Ciel' (Milice Bleu Ciel) L'Armée de Libération 19e Corps . Its has since had the lead responsibility for the defence of the Continent Français while the local forces re-build. Beta Canum Venaticorum-4 19e Corps was formerly the FAREM.Pais Francais.
including an Italian airborne assault unit and ad-hoc special forces element. Pancelezred 'Imry Nagy'. Some of the more unusual units include a Freihafener KampfGroup including many Bavarian exiles and a Légion Étrangère battalion formed from volunteers from the Serb and Croatian militaries. Pancelbrigad (Hungary) Lift Panzer Group 12 (Freihafen) .2e Division d'Infanterie Marine 6e Regiment de Chars de Marine de Tirane (6 RCMaT) I/13e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (I/13 RIMa) II/13e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (II/13 RIMa) III/13e Regiment d'Infanterie de Marine (III/13 RIMa) 3e Division de Marche Coloniale Régiment de Marche d'Éclaireurs de Marine (RMEMa) 1e Régiment Colonial de Spahis (1e RCS) 6e Régiment de Cavalerie Coloniale (6 RCC) I/10e Régiment d'Infanterie Coloniale (I/10e RIC) II/2e Régiment Étranger d'Infanterie (II/2e REI) I/ Régiment de Marche de la Libération 'Chasseurs Coloniaux' (I RML) II/ Régiment de Marche de la Libération 'Chasseurs Coloniaux' (II RML) Division Europa The Division Europa is one of the most colourful formations in the Armée de Libération and is composed of units from across Europe and from Tirane. Originally foreign units were integrated directly into French divisions. the Division Europa. Brigada Paracaddutisti 'Folgore' (Italy) 14o Bersaglieri (Italy) 5 Tercio Aero-Armada 'Francisco Franco'. late in 2302. satisfying most of the home governments. 30. Consequently for political reasons several of these units were grouped into a single Divisional command. a state of affairs which often led to their efforts being overshadowed by their French colleagues. The division is still under the influence of the French with much of its command. The unit is equipped with French kit and uses French doctrine however the division has a much higher media profile than before. La Legion Espanola (Spain) I Zaszloalj. Although superficially resembling a French Division de Marche the unit has a number of additions. 1e Regiment de Lanciers (1 RL) – Recce II/6e Regiment Etranger d'Infanterie (II/6 REI) Gruppo Incursore 'Arditi'. 3. support and logistics back-up being provided by that nation.
militia and civil defence forces. The Royal Ulster Rifles (1 RUR) 1st Bn. The Cameron Highlanders (1 C HLDRS) 3rd Bn. Royal Artillery (41 RA) 80 Field Sqn. In the aftermath of the Invasion these two ESA and Commonwealth partners have decided to pool defensive resources and infrastructure. 29 Regiment. The Duke of New Cornwall's Light Infantry (1 DNCLI) 41 Lt Regiment. coast guard. with the larger Azania colony making much use of the excellent British infrastructure. a tri-service body jointly controlling all military assets on the continent. Azanian Colonial Police Force Police Hunter Group 10 Police Combat Group 11 Police Combat Group 'Tundukubwa' 3rd (UK) Light Brigade Group 6 Recce Group 'Vittoria' 1st Bn. Although not yet fully operational the initial signs are good. The Command controls 3 manoeuvre brigades in addition to air forces. 31 Mechanized Brigade (Azania) Combat Group 310 Combat Group 311 Combat Group 312 Mechanized Field Force. This has resulted in the formation of the Southern Defence Command.Republic of Elysia Joi Elysian Defense Forces Joi Southern Defense Command – Joi. The Royal Regiment of Wales (3 RRW) 1st Bn. 61 Ursae Majoris Britain's New Cornwall and Azania's Lubumbashi colonies are collocated on the same southern continent and have long enjoyed a close working relationship. Royal Engineers (29 RE) .
Bavarian Army Heidelsheimat Kommando.Neupassau Orbital Facility SternFighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 18 (SJG-18) (6 Siegfried-class naval fighters) . 6 surveillance satellites) Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 202 (JG-202) (12 Fafnir Scramjet fighters) Fighter Wing (Jagdgeschwader) 211 (JG-211) (12 Fafnir Scramjet fighter) Space Forces .Steinfurt Flak Bn 4 . detachments at Kreutzal.Neupassau Orbital Facility Hof (Aconit-class Frigate) .Steinfurt 1st Company .Heidelsheimat Heidelsheimat Command. detachment in Kulmbach Lift Panzer Bn 100 .Neupassau Orbital Facility Foreign Forces Japanese Colonial Self Defense Force Military Mission.Kreutzal Jäger Bn 2 .Steinfurt.Steinfurt.Steinfurt. Bavarianesheer Land Forces – (Bavarianesheer) Ready Defense Command Jäger Brigade 229 . Oberstaufen. Lift Panzergrenadier Group 42 (K8/ I9) Combat Training Bn 1 'Panzer und Jäger Lehr' . DM -56 328 II Jäger Bn 1 .Kulmbach Freischützen Division 30 .Neupassau Orbital Facility Eine Freie Volk (Necessite-class Auxiliary Cruiser) . Bavarian Space Naval Infantry Bn 178 .Oberstaufen Artillery Bn 3 .Steinfurt Home Defense Command ("The New Army") Freischützen Division 10 . detachments at Oberstaufen and Kreutzal Pioneer Bn 1 .Steinfurt Freischützen Division 20 .(Bavarianes Sternkriegsmarine) Baden (Württemberg-class Destroyer) .Steinfurt Company 4.Orbital Station Neupassau Jäger Bn 229(-) .Oberstaufen Freischützen Division 40 .(Bavarianes Luftwaffe) Aufklarungsgeschwader 1 (AufG-1) (4 Albatros patrol aircraft. Freihafen Free Army – Steinfurt Heidelsheimat Bn 'Neuheidelberg Uhlans'.Oberstaufen Freischützen Division 60 – Steinfurt Aerospace and Interface Forces . Heidelsheimat – Steinfurt Provisional Company 1 (Air Defense) Provisional Company 2 (Light Infantry Tactical Training) Heidelsheimat Command.Kreutzal Reserve Defense Command Freischützen Division 50 . and Kulmbach Recon Bn 7 .Gerollsbock Mining Facility.Neupassau Orbital Facility Ein Souverän Land (Necessite-class Auxiliary Cruiser) .
RM 40 Commando. Beta Comae Berenices 4 Commando Brigade Group. Regimento de la Tierra Negra (2 Coys) (92P-RTN) (Australia) 1st Royal German Legion Jaegers (1 RGL J) (UK) 2nd (Jaeger) Bn. RM (45 Cdo) 1st Marine Bn.British Forces. Royal Netherlands Marine Corps (1 RNLMC) 401 Assault Squadron. Royal Engineers 2 Commando Logistics Regiment (2 CLR) Commonwealth Forces. Nous Voila – Nous Voila. French L'Armee de Liberation 2 Recce Squadron. The New African Legion (2 NAL) (New Africa) . RM – OPCOM to II Polish Expeditionary Corps. DM+36 2393 92nd Bn. Royal Artillery (46 RA) 4 Commando Air Group (4 CAG) 60 Independent Commando Sqn. RM (42 Cdo) 45 Commando. RM (40 Cdo) 42 Commando. RM 46 Commando Regiment. Dunkelheim – Dunkelheim.
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