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Blackbuck
post Sep 13 2009, 11:41
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The Armed Forces "Game"

Well for all the fledgling arms dealers and dictators on the forum (Me, Andy, Andi and Scorpy really)

Here's the scenario...

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You take the place of the new position of Minister of Defence for [Insert your country here]. Your country can be as old or as new as you want it to be, be that a small nation that recently declared its independence from a larger country or union thereof such as Russia, or a nation as old as China...

  • Your country is viewed with suspicion by by the world being a fledgling nation everyone wants to influence you (Russia, America, China, the EU etc)
  • Your country can be abundant in various resources for example Oil or Coal etc or it could be banana republic, up to you really...
  • Your country can be wherever you wish, in existing countries or even in the middle of the ocean provided the seabed isn't that far down to make it unbelievable.
  • The economy, population, and all other elements are up to you, within reason.


Now that your country has been established it is time to build the armed forces of it to keep your countrymen/women safe, oh and you have nearly unlimited power - the rest of the government / parliament will trust your decisions if you have one that is, feel free to list things like diplomatics, training, joint defence pacts, acquiring arms/hardware from existing nations, organisation of units etcetera.

So then armchair generalissimos how do shape the armed forces of YOUR country?



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Please also note: || To make things easier to read through for people;

There should be some basic categories for equipment and such are split into the following;
  • Introduction to your nation and a description of it and it's statistics
  • Order(s) of battle
  • Infantry Weapons and Equipment
  • Soft Skinned Vehicles
  • Infantry Support / Fighting Vehicles
  • Armoured Fighting Vehicles
  • Specialized Vehicles
  • Artillery
  • Air Defence Systems
  • Helicopters
  • Combat Aircraft
  • Support Aircraft
  • Warships
  • Other Vessels


Feel free to add your own or take away ones depending on your nation's circumstances

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Reason for edit: Re-written and edited. || Thread also cleaned up...


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post Sep 17 2009, 00:29
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The country of Steronia (pronounced St-ee-rone-ia) is relatively new but large, lying on the south-east tip of Canada. They had succeeded from Canada with the help of the U.S. and are now part of the U.N. and NATO. They are strong allies with plenty of European countries and the U.S., and get along with Canada most of the time. They are a fairly small country, about the size of Texas. Their main source of income is their abundance of Mercenaries. Their military is extremely skilled in the ways of Special Operations and all military servicemen (or women) are para-jump qualified, meaning that oftentimes it's best to look for them towards the skies if they're coming in for a SpecOps mission. They have nearly no Navy except for a few warships and some carriers, and next to no nuclear arsenal considering how new they are. They are very Americanized and often work in conjunction with them. They use DPM, BDU, and digital camo's reminiscent to Marpart and Desert Marpat.


# Infantry Weapons and Equipment

Standard Equipment


FN SCAR-L default with a EOTech 552 or Aimpoint CompM2, depending on the preference of the wielder
FN SCAR-H marksman variant, using a specialized ACOG with IR capabilities for special forces operations
FN SCAR-L CQB with EOTech 552

Squad Automatic Weapon


They use the Mk48 Mod 1 with Elcan M145 combat optics

Anti Light armor


currently they only have access to the M136

Anti-Tank


Javelin anti-tank guided launcher
# Soft Skinned Vehicles

They use a modified humvee for nearly all purposes

# Armoured Fighting Vehicles

The M1A2 TUSK MBT

# Artillery

M109A6 "Paladin

# Air Defence Systems

AN/TWQ-1 Avenger

# Helicopters

UH-60 Black Hawk
AH-1W SuperCobra
MH-6 Little Bird
AH-6 Little Bird

# Combat Aircraft

F-35 Lightning II
Lockheed AC-130
Harrier Jump Jet
A-10 Warthog
# Support Aircraft

Lockheed C-130 Hercules
Bell-Boeing V-22 Osprey

# Landing Crafts

Landing Craft Utility
 
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post Sep 17 2009, 15:19
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As power these days comes through money my "nation" is based on a hypothetical corporate power. smile.gif

Paradigm International

Emerging from virtually no where in late 2015 Paradigm industrial swiftly rose to dominance of the Biomedical and Pharmaceutical industry through strategic marketing of treatments for old and emerging deseases and health conditions combined with highly lucrative contracts from governments around both the devloped and developing world.
In recent years Paradigm has expanded it's operations into military, computer, aviation and various weapons systems technology industries.

Due to the constant threat of industrial and governmental espionage, combined with the prying nose of the media and threats from activist groups Paradigm has had a private security wing which like the other departments of the company has numerous contracts world wide in close protection and as security detachments for government, and company facilities.
Paradigm Security Services employs from former military and law enforcement groups around the world, producing a security firm with a wealth of experience and knowledge for every scenario.

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Small Arms: Assault Rifles/Sub Guns/Side arms/Misc Other.

Assault Rifles
Sig 552 - 5.56 x 45mm w/ Trijicon ACOG or Eotech 556.A65/1
Sig 551 - 5.56 x 45mm w/ Trijicon ACOG or Eotech 556.A65/1
Keltec RFB - 18" or 24" barrelled in 7.62 x 51mm or 6.5 Grendel w/ Trijicon Reflex

Sub Guns
Heckler& Koch UMP - .45 ACP & 9mm w/ Eotech 556.A65/1 or Open Iron Sights
Heckler& Koch MP7A1 - 4.6 x 30mm w/ Trijicon Reflex or Open Sights
Chang Feng Type 05 - 9mm w/ Iron Sights

Side Arms
Glock 17 - 7.92mm short VBR-B conversion
Glock 26 - 9mm VBR-B AP & Hollow point Short
Glock 23 - .40mm
CZ 110 - .40 S&W
VBR PDW - 7.92mm short VBR-B (special issue only)

Misc Other.
Benelli Nova Tactical - 12 Guage (Shot Gun)
Benelli M4 Super 90 - 12 Guage (Shot Gun)

Special Purpose: Sniper Rifles/Grenade Launchers/Light Machine Gun

Sniper Rifles:
San Arms Sig 550 Sniper - 5.56 x 45mm
DSR Presicion DSR-1 - 7.62x51mm
DSR Presicion DSR-50 - 12.7x99mm

Grenade Launchers
QLB-06 / QLZ-87B - DF 35mm (HE, HE-DP, HE-I)
GL-06 - 40mm Low Velocity
LL-06 - 40mm Less Lethal Munitions

Light Machine Guns
Knight's Armament LMG - 16" heavy profile barre w/ Trijicon ACOG or Eotech 556.A65/1


Aircraft: Personell transport, equipment hauliage, Rotary wing transport/support

Personell transport
Lear Jet 60
Lear Jet 85
Airbus A340
Airbus A380

Equipment hauliage
Airbus A340
Airbus A380

Rotary wing transport/support
Eurocopter AS-365N-3 Dauphin 2
Kamov Ka-60





Will get to vehicles etc later.

This post has been edited by JynX: Feb 7 2010, 18:44


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Update list:
-180510 - basic inf weapons, basic ground and air vehicles listed
-050711 - redone inf weapons, more stuff added
-060412 - more additions
-170712 - total rewrite of certain bits, additions
-280712 - further revisions, lots of additions, visual styling


Scor Nango is a relatively medium sized nation located in the Northern Atlantic Ocean. At a size of 220080 sq km Scor Nango is slighly smaller than the Japanese main island Honshu, whilst at a population of 9.8 million (estimated to increase to 10.1 million by 2015) it is comparable to many European nations.

The armed branch of the SN government is the Scor Nango Defence Force (SNDF), made up of the Army, Air Force and Navy. The Interior Ministry (SNIM) operates the National Police organisation, the National Security Service (SNNSS) and the SN Coast Guard (SNCG), all of which have access to medium weaponry but are assisted by SNDF if needed. SNNSS also operates a small, highly trained security section (often dubbed "Secret Service") specialized in counter-terrorism, state facilities protection and heads-of-government protection.
SNDF is made out of roughly 97,000 active personnel and 1,080,500 reservists, bringing the peacetime readiness of the forces up to 12% of the national population - the number doesn't involve the paramilitary nature of the security forces during the war, nor the paramilitary local volunteer forces (Home Guard) tasked with easier, non-essential defence functions.
The SNDF is equipped with a wide variety of weaponry, procured from a wide variety of sources. Most of the equipment and military doctrine is westernized, with obvious local differences.


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Small arms

Assault & battle rifles, carbines
SIG SG 550
- All variants 6.5 mm MPC, all black finish, no bipod, Picatinny rail with rear drum backup sight as standard, optional rail front, optional 2-pos stock
- 550 and 551 variants fit H&K AG36 grenade launcher if needed
- 550 and LB variants fit bayonet if needed
- DMR rifles have further refinements, such as fine-tuned actions and sometimes heavy profile fluted barrels
- Locally produced
- SG550 (528 mm) for general infantry use, reservist rifle, DMR
- SG551LB (454 mm) for frontline & RRF troops, SF units, SF DMR
- SG551 (363 mm) for 2nd line units, support troops
- SG553 LB (347 mm) for frontline & RRF troops, 2nd line troops, SF units
- SG553 (227 mm) for SF units (rail standard), vehicle crews
SIG SG 750
- Similar setup to 550s, 7.62 NATO, all select fire
- SG751 LB (454 mm) for SF use, sentry/checkpoint issue, DMR
- SG751 SB (326 mm) for SF use
SIG SG 540
- Variants similar to the above, cal. 5.56 mm and 7.62 mm NATO
- Small batches of SG540, 542, 543 for special units acquired in early-mid 1980s

Machine guns
Stoner LMG
- 6.5 mm MPC
- Standard (528 mm)
- Assault/Para (347 mm)
Rheinmetall MG60
- 7.62 NATO
- Standard GPMG in most applications
- Locally produced
- Replaced direct copies and original MG42s in service
FN 7.62 Minimi/"Maximi"
- 7.62 NATO
- Favored by SF teams, trialled by SNDF

Sidearms
Heckler & Koch USP
- .40 S&W
- 15-round magazines with handgrip extensions
- LEM trigger group with external safety
- Based on Compact Tactical model, threaded barrel
- Originally standard Compact model with standard SA/DA trigger
Heckler & Koch P30
- .40 S&W
- LEM trigger group
- Complements the USPs in some special units and MPs

Submachine guns and PDWs
Heckler & Koch UMP40
- .40 S&W
- Optional silencer for special duties
Heckler & Koch MP7
MagPul PDR-C
- 6.5 mm MPC
- Under evaluation

Shotguns
Benelli M3 Super 90
Ithaca 37
AMS AA-12
M26 MASS

Sniper & marksman rifles
SIG SG 750 SAPR
- Finish similar to SG550 rifles, 7.62 NATO, heavy Magpul PRS stock, heavy fluted barrel
- Accurized mechanism, 2-stage light pull trigger
- Heavy-duty bipod as standard
- Quick-detach suppressor optional
- SG750 (570 mm) as standard 7.62 sniper rifle
SIG SG 550 Sniper
- Same features as above
- No flash hider as standard, optional flash hider or QD suppressor
- SG550S (570 mm) for SF, security forces "light semi-automatic sniper"
National Armouries PRP (Precision Rifle Platform) Mk1-5
- Locally produced, custom fitted sniper weapon system
- Based on propriety action (60°) and barrels
- Fitted with McMillan stocks - A5 in the newest Mks
- 7.62 mm NATO version (650 mm) for security forces, police, special work
- 8.6 mm Lapua Magnum version (750 mm) as standard bolt-action rifle for longer range work
- .408 Cheytac (750 mm) for extended range anti-personnel
- PGRS-1 muzzle brake as standard, optional suppressor
- Issued as a kit with rifle, maintenance kit, ballistics computer and various scope options
AMSD OM50 Nemesis Mk III
- Universal anti-materiel or heavy anti-personnel rifle
- 12.7 mm NATO in various barrel options, 15" to 33", also suppressed variants
- Favored in long-range work, EOD, urban & mountain areas
- Infantry sniper units in need, SF, EOD personnel, security forces, checkpoints
AI AS50
- Standard anti-materiel rifle besides OM50
- 12.7 mm NATO (690 mm) for SF, sniper units as needed, checkpoints
Istiglal IST-14.5
- Extremely long-range anti-materiel rifle
- 14.5x114 mm

Grenade launchers
Heckler & Koch AG-C/EGLM
Milkor MGL Mk. 1L
Brügger & Thomet GL-06

Special purpose
National Armouries Enfield Pattern of 1916
- Originally 7 mm Mauser cartrige, most later converted to 7.62 NATO
- Ceremonial rifle
- Based largely on the Enfield P13 and later P14 rifles
- Modified stock and refined sights
- 5-round magazine


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Infantry equipment

General purpose weapons, crew served
Fabrique Nationale M2HB heavy machine gun
Heckler & Koch GMG
14.5 mm KPV heavy machine gun

Anti-tank weapons, portable
NAMMO M72 LAW
RPG-29 Vampir
RPG-32 Hashim
GIAT APILAS
Saab Bofors Dynamics NLAW

Anti-tank weapons, crew served
Rafael Spike missile family
95S58-61 recoilless rifle
M40 recoilless rifle

Weapon attachments
Aimpoint CompM4
Elcan SpecterDR
ITL MARS
L-3 EOTech 55x models
Schmidt & Bender PM II series
Trijicon SRS
Trijicon ACOG
Insight Technology AN/PEQ-2
Insight Technology AN/PEQ-15 ATPIAL
Insight Technology AN/PEQ-16A
Rheinmetall LLM-01

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Vehicles, combat

Heavy armoured vehicles, tracked
MANTAK Merkava IV MBT
- The primary MBT of Scor Nango, primary batches built locally, all tanks winterized for local use in humid and cold conditions,
- Belly armor as standard, improved side and front armor
- EuroPowerPack engine & transmission, locally produced electronics incl. improved FCS
- Modified Rheinmetall 120 mm L/55, capability for firing LAHAT, co-axial 12.7 mm M2 or 7.62 mm MG
- Optional RWS on the roof with machine guns ranging from 7.62-14.5 mm or 40 mm GMG
MANTAK Merkava III MBT
- Purchased in small numbers before Merkava IV in early 90s to replace the oldest Chieftains
- Originally modified with local FCS and NBC suite, winterization
- Updated to IV-like standard or modified into APC and engineering variants

Medium & light armoured vehicles, tracked
BAE CV90 MkIII
- Primary IFV of SNDF Mechanized Infantry Brigades
- Fitted with a Rheinmetall RH503 35 mm chain gun
- 50 mm SuperShot being researched
- Co-axial 7.62 mm machine gun
- Optional roof-mounted 7.62 or 12.7 mm MG
- Optional roof-mounted RWS
BAE FV432

Medium & light armoured vehicles, wheeled
Patria AMV
Patria XA-185 and XA-200 series PaSi
FSC OT-64 SKOT

MRAPs
Oshkosh M-ATV
BAE RG-32M
Rheinmetall YAK multipurpose vehicle
Rheinmetall Wisent multipurpose vehicle

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Vehicles, support

Trucks, light utility
Merzedes-Benz Wolf
Rheinmetall LIV-SO/Serval AGF
Merzedes-Benz Unimog

Trucks, medium utility
MAN HX
MAN SX
MAN TGL/TGM

Trucks, heavy utility
MAN TGA
Oshkosh HET

Articulated Tracked Vehicles (ATVs)
Sisu Nasu
Hägglunds Bv206S
BAE BvS 10
ITMBP Vityaz


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Artillery systems

Self propelled artillery
BAE 105 mm L109/FV433 Abbot
BAE 155 mm ARCHER
Patria 120 mm NEMO
Patria 120 mm AMOS

Towed artillery
BAE 105 mm L118 Light Gun
BAE 155 mm M777 Lightweight Howitzer
Bofors 155 mm FH77
122 mm D-30 howitzer

Mortars
Royal Ordnance 81 mm L16
Soltam 120 mm K6

Rocket launchers
Diehl BGT RM-70 Modular
- Based on the MAN HX truck
- Updated from the Tatra T813-based RM-70 and T815-based RM-70/85
- Can use both legacy 122 mm rockets (28 rockets) and 227 mm M270 rocket cassettes (6 rockets)
- Also capable of carrying and firing one MGM-140 ATACMS
M270 MRLS


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Air defense systems

SPAAGs
Marksman dual 35 mm system

Towed anti-aircraft guns
ZPU-4 14.5 mm quadruple machine gun
Rheinmetall Rh202 20 mm twin cannon
Oerlikon KD 35 mm twin cannon

Surface-to-air missiles
KBM Igla-S/SA-24
Thales Starstreak
MBDA Rapier
Kongsberg NASAMS
Almaz-Antei S-400

Radar systems


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Aircraft

Fighters
Eurofighter Typhoon
- Primary fighter and interceptor aircraft of SNAF
- All aircraft feature some SN specific avionics, and IRST
- Improved tail hook and brakes, identification floodlight on the left
- Deliveries started at Block 5, later updated to Tranche 2
- Thrust vectoring (TVC) engines and AESA radars being researched partly indigenously
Sukhoi Su-30MKS Flanker
- Long-range multipurpose fighter and interceptor
- Largely based on the Su-30MKI and Su-35 projects
- 27 mm BK27 cannon
- Wired mostly for Western munitions
- Largely Western systems
- Includes a tail hook for short field and emergency landings
- Mk0 is the original Su-30 batch received in mid-90s, later used as trainers and prototypes and updated to -30MKS standards, no canards, fully combat capable
- Mk1 is mostly Russian-built with canards and updated avionics (most being rebuilt as Mk3s, rest with MLU1)
- Mk2 is fully home-built with canards and TVC, further updated avionics (being updated with MLU1)
- Mk3 is fully home-built with canards, TVC and Su-35 style larger tailfins
- Mk4 is projected update with further avionics and weapons system upgrades, and additional aerodynamic refinements and more powerful 3D TVC engines
- MLU1 brings the avionics suite of earlier marks up to Mk3 standards, also includes TVC as standard
McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II MLU/EOC
- RR Spey engines
- Original avionics suite quite similar to British Phantom variants
- Now fitted with Blue Vixen radars, updated avionics incl. MFDs, a HUD and HOTAS
- Compatible with AMRAAMs, Python and IRIS-T missiles and most air-to-ground ordnance fielded by SNAF
- Mostly used in recon and fighter-bomber duties nowadays

Trainers & combat support
Grob G120
Diamond DA42 Twin Star
Embraer/Shorts Tucano
Embraer Super Tucano
BAE Hawk

Transport & Multipurpose
Grob G180 SPn
Boeing C-27J Spartan
Boeing C-130J Super Hercules
Embraer ERJ 145 family
Airbus A330 MRTT
Airbus A340
Lockheed C-141C
Antonov An-124 Ruslan

Helicopters
Eurocopter EC120 Colibri
Eurocopter AS355 Fennec
AgustaWestland Super Lynx
NHIndustries NH90
AgustaWestland AW101
Boeing CH-47 Chinook
Mil Mi-26

Tiltrotors
Bell Boeing CV-22 Osprey

Amphibians & flying boats
ShinMaywa US-2
Beriev Be-200 Altair

UAVs & UCAVs
General Atomics MQ-1 Predator
General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper
Northrop Grumman/EADS RQ-4 EuroHawk

Weapons & Ordnance, air-to-air
Mauser BK27
Rafael Python series
MBDA MICA
Raytheon AIM-120 AMRAAM
Vympel R-77M
MBDA Meteor

Weapons & Ordnance, air-to-ground
Magellan Aerospace CRV7 70 mm
Rafael Spike
MBDA Brimstone
Raytheon AGM-65 Maverick
Nad Crane Mark 80 series GP bombs
Rafael SPICE
Rockwell (E)GPU-15
Boeing JDAM series
Raytheon Paveway series
Raytheon AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon
Rafael Popeye
TAURUS KEPD 350
Saab Bofors RBS-15

Pod systems
Lockheed Martin Sniper XR


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Naval vessels

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Uniforms & Gear

The uniforms of SNDF have changed over time. At the beginning of 20th century, the military largely followed Prussian traditions, and up until WW2 the troops were mostly issued wool sarge uniforms in shades between grey and green, whilst during the hottest summer months green cotton "working" uniforms were issued. Some camouflage items were issued in the mid-30s, but the large scale use of camouflage clothing and accesories didn't start until the later parts of WWII, as various combatants were observed using them. After the war, the military tried to gather as much info and items of various nationality as possible. By the early 50s, the issue uniform could be described as a combination of British and US trends with a national and historic touch - US M43/M51 style forest green uniform, with a British style camouflage parka and camo patterns and helmet design adopted from late-war Germany. The uniforms were updated during the years, with arid/desert kit being developed for peacekeeping forces and new camouflage patterns being adopted.

The newest in the line is the M09 pattern uniform. The uniform follows the traditions of combining various Western uniforms into a single, effective system. While the general style of the uniform was retained, updates and additions were done based on user feedback, and observations on private purchases. A few highly respected private companies were also contacted to submit proposals and to help design and modify the items suggested. Instead of using velcro for most part, the system uses both large and small "Canadian/British" style buttons to close down pockets, storm flaps etc. Besides buttons and the occasional velcro, YKK supplies zips for SN. For field repairs, soldiers are issued with a small universal repair kit.

To replace the earlier 5-colour ERDL-based woodland camouflage, the R&D team contacted Hyperstealth; the eventual result was the adoption of 5 different patterns based on the Eurospec scheme. The patterns are named Woodland (aka Summer), Arid, Desert, Woodland-Winter and Winter. Equipment is mostly manufactured in Ranger Green, whilst desert/arid items are made in tan. For special purposes, some items are also made in camouflage.
  • Woodland is a 5-colour pattern using 3 shades of green (ranger, forest, medium/bright), a medium brown (roughly taupe), and a very dark charcoal. Standard uniform colour for most of the year.
  • Arid is a 5-colour pattern with color palette similar to Crye Multicam, adopted following the success of the former in environments such as Afghanistan. Nowadays standard issue for peacekeeping forces in ISAF and similar.
  • Desert is a 3-colour pattern using 3 shades of brown (khaki, sand, earth yellow).
  • Woodland-Winter is a transitional 5-colour pattern based on the Woodland pattern, but featuring more grey. Uses 2 shades of green, 2 shades of grey (charcoal and light ash) and the taupe brown. Used for some items together with the Woodland and Winter patterns during the colder periods.
  • Winter is a 3-colour winter pattern using 3 shades of grey (charcoal, light ash, white).

Uniforms
Battle dress uniform, Temperate
- Based on a modified TAD F10 uniform, with slightly simplified design
- Jacket with button closure, 4 pockets (2 chest, 2 arms), velcro tags
- Trousers with 7 pockets (2x side, 2x thigh, 2x front, 1x rear), button & zip closure
- Cotton ripstop
- Reinforced knees and elbows with pockets for optional padding, trousers feature reinforced crotch
- Issued in Woodland, Arid and Desert patterns
- Mostly used outside SN
Battle dress uniform, Universal
- Heavier weight version of the Temperate uniform
- Jacket with zip closure, 4 pockets, velcro tags
- Trousers with 7 pockets (2x side, 2x thigh, 2x front, 1x rear), button & zip closure
- 50/50 heavy NyCo with ripstop
- Issued in Woodland and Arid patterns, Woodland-Winter seen occasionally
Smock, Windproof, Universal
- Based largely on the Dropzone Tactical Recce Smock
- Features 11 pockets on the outside: 4x large button closed front pockets, 2x lower back pockets, 2x zip closed chest pockets, 2x zip closed bicep pockets, 1x forearm zip closed small pocket
- 2x medium-sized pockets on the inside
- Lower front pockets feature fleece lined handwarmer openings to the sides
- Heavy 50/50 NyCo fabric, fireproofed
- Reinforced shoulders & elbows
- Zip closed armpit vents
- Mesh lining
- Stowable hood
- Issued in all patterns
Smock, Windproof, Cold Weather
- Similar to the Universal smock but with fleece lining and insulation
- Issued as a winter overcoat
- Issued in all patterns
Trousers, Windproof, Cold Weather
- Similar in construction to the smock - fleece lining and insulation
- Loose fit, long side zips with velcro and button flap to help putting on with boots on
- Features button closed side pockets (actual pocket and velcro or zip closed "feel-through" flap to access clothing under), plus zip closed thigh pockets on the front
- Issued as winter pull-over trousers
- Issued in all patterns
Oversuit, camouflage
- Camouflage suit designed to be worn over normal clothes
- Baggy fit for increase effectiveness
- Thin 50/50 NyCo
- Easily packed into small pouch
- Issued in most patterns, mostly used as a winter oversuit with the appropriate camouflage

Auxiliary clothing

Headwear
Garrison cap
- Similar to the US BDU cap
- Made in camouflage matching the BDU uniforms and also in solid RG and Tan
Baseball cap
- Generic baseball cap
- Features small fleece patches for ID tags
- Made in solid RG, Tan and UN Blue
- Favored in peacekeeping ops
Boonie hat
- Cut inspired both by the US and UK pattern boonies - shorter brim than the US and new UK versions
- Made in camouflage matching the BDU uniforms and also in solid RG, Tan and UN Blue
Watch cap, wool
- A thick, traditional "Cousteau" style watch cap made of thick Merino wool
- Made in RG, Tan and Light Ash
Watch cap, fleece
- Lightweight, windproof and breathable watch cap
- Fireproofed fleece
- Mostly for use under helmets during winter time
- Made in RG, Tan, Light Ash, Black and UN Blue
Berets
- Universal Western model, sharp fit
- Colour and badge identifies service and unit
- Colours:
  • Pine Green - Army general issue
  • Azure - Air Force general issue
  • Navy Blue - Navy general issue
  • United Nations Blue - UN Peacekeepers
  • Brown - Border Guard general issue
  • Black - Armored Corps
  • Maroon - Paratroopers/Air Force CSAR
  • Feldgrau - Army SF (based on German Jäger colours)
  • Cadet Grey - Marines/Navy SF
  • Prussian Blue - MP
- Badges:
  • Regular Army: Stylized bear head (golden) on a silver "leaf bed"
  • Regular Air Force: Stylized golden propellor, over large silver wings
  • Regular Navy: Large golden ancher with silver tridents behind and silver gunbarrels under it
  • UN Peacekeepers: Standard UN globe badge
  • Border Guars: Large shield in national flag colours on a golden "lead bed"
  • Rapid Reaction Force: Golden globe with silver rifles on it, with
  • Armored Corps: Charging knight in black armour over a silver horse
  • Paratroopers: Golden bird of prey in a dive, over a silver parachute, with the SAS motto "Who Dares, Wins"
  • Air Force CSAR: Golden parachute with a red cross on it and silver wings under it, with USAF PJ motto "That Others May Live"
  • Army SF: Stylized golden wolf head on a a silver "leaf bed" and golder swords, with Latin words "Acta Non verba" ("Acts, not words")
  • Navy SF: Stylized golden divers helmet over a large anchor, with Latin words "Per Mare Per Terram"
  • Marines: Modified Navy insignia with rifles instead of the anchor and trident
  • Mountain troops: Alpenflage insignia
  • Military Police: Standard police insignia (silver shield with a silver gladius sword over it) with M and P in blue on both sides

Helmets
M89/96/01 Combat Helmet
- A modern composite helmet, similar to US PASGT and French SPECTRA helmets
- Original model fielded in 1989, to replace older steel helmets
- Improved model fielded in 1996 with superior protection and improved harness and cushion system (4-point with chin cup)
- Another improved model fielded in 2001: similar protection to the M96, but lighter weight and slimmer profile, also features attachment points for equipment such as NVGs
- All versions are made in 4 sizes, S-XL
- Original M89 size M weights 1,6 kg, M96 is roughly the same, M01 weights mere 1,4 kilos
M09 Combat Helmet
- An improved composite helmet based experiences with the M01 and MICH series of helmets
- Similar to M01 with modified profile for improved comfort with heavy body armour, hearing protection and comms devices
- Slightly enhanced protection compared to M01
- Fitted with NVG attachments as standard, and slightly improved harness and cushion system
M09 Jump Helmet
- Lightweight non-ballistic helmet providing shock resistance
- Used for training and situations where head protection is desired but ballistic protection isn't needed
- Slim, no-snag design
- Optional attachments for NVGs and such
OPS-Core FAST series
- Favored by certain SF units, also being researched for general/limited issue

Combat gear
Body armour, shrapnel
Body armour, bulletproof
Body armour, plate carrier
Load bearing vest, individual, enhanced
Load bearing chest set, recon





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I like the customs and habits especially the British and Commonwealth armies maintain, e.g. the traditional regimental colors, uniform distinctions and so on. The Nazis destroyed these traditional lines in Germany and the Bundeswehr put them over the edge at last. Few German units have bynames nowadays and especially few recruit from traditional target groups. Something as a traditionally Scottish dominated regiment is unthinkable in the Bundeswehr. The Austrian Bundesheer "rescued" some of these, Light Infantry Battalion 1 for example bears the honor name "Grand- and Teutonic Masters" in dependence on the Ancient Order of the Teutonic Knights. How cool is that?

But Bavaria still maintains parts of a traditional tribe thinking (in part, the provinces I've created in the map are equal to the traditional settlement area of the old Bavarian tribes) and I'd say if we could, we'd organize our army in a very regionalized way to increase the esprit de corps. That's why I'd give the units distinctive names in the style of the Pre-1918 Bavarian Army.


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I quite like how we've managed to maintain such traditions despite the stupid cutbacks (like merging all of my local regiments into one REGIMENT) etcetera.


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Well, as I understand it few British regiments were actually larger than battalions right?

The few regiments we maintain for example consist of up to 1,800 men and women and are usually commanded by a Colonel im Generalstab, basically a Colonel with the authorities of a Brigadier General.


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Linky Go check this in relation to the Mercians. As for command I believe it is a Colonel here too not sure about his authorities in the higher command chain though.


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Yes, that's more of a regiment.

Well, over here they had lots of regiments both in the field army and the territory army till the end of the Cold War. When the Iron Curtain fell and every nation castrated their militaries, most of them were disbanded as well. Nowadays we have mostly battalions which are directly subordinate to crippled brigades.


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Muchos updating mine again, new flags and standards, new description and facts, new navy, new air force and now onto the army!


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As am I with pictures of my self designed warships :| (drawn in MS paint)

ETA: Changed some stuff in the nation description, changed some figures for strengths of the forces, changed some things with the navy (renamed a duplicate ship for one)

Next up on my agenda:
  • Re-do the infantry equipment and weapons
  • Evaluate the Rafale M and Gripen NG / Sea Gripen for the lightweight fighter contenst
  • Draw up the designs for the ships
  • Add logistics and auxiliaries to the navy section
  • Consider alliances and sanctions etc.
New conventional CVs to fleet:
  • ANS Sharpshooter
  • ANS Striker


New Frigates to fleet:
  • ANS Raider
  • ANS Rapid
  • ANS Ranger
  • ANS Relentless
  • ANS Roebuck
  • ANS Redbreast


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["Nation"]: Transhuman Consortium

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(In some variants the stripe is positioned underneath the central circle or colours may be inverted, there is no known significance to any particular version)

Background

The Transhuman Consortium (founded 1992) combines elements of a international political movement, global organisation and mercenary group while simultaneous being none of these. While the consortium does not own any land outside territories already claimed by governments, they do have a political presence in small number of countries.

The consortium's sole goal is the "advancement of humanity". This has inevitably led to a large degree of opposition from various religious groups, culminating in a large number of rallies against attempts by the consortium to expands its influence, particularly in regions close to the middle-east and the "Bible Belt" of the United States. In more extreme cases it has led to the consortium being declared a criminal organization by more religiously motivated governments.

The consortium's military power (though they would never refer to it as such, officially the consortium only maintains a security force in the same way that any large corporation would) is rarely seen in action for two reasons. The consortium rarely has need to perform military operations, and when it is necessary, the consortium will almost always request the help of either other countries armed forces or mercenary groups.

The consortium's armed forces consist of four separate groups. The GCF (Ground Control Force, also referred to as TCGCF), consisting recruited from local sympathisers and disbanded when not required (50-75 officers hold permanent positions), and the ARF (Armed Reconnaissance Force, also referred to as TCARF), a small standing force (250-500 members) used for specialist operations (the Consortium denies all knowledge of acts of industrial espionage).

The MTG (Marine Transit Group) and ATG (Airborne Transit Group) are the consortium's equivalent of a navy and air force, respectively. In combat situations they are uniquely used for deployment (though many vehicles are fitted with weapons for self-defence), and otherwise better resemble merchant organizations than military groups.

The Dresden Proclamation
The Dresden proclamation is, in simplistic terms, to "constitution" of the consortium. It is based upon the transhumanist declaration, though, somewhat modified to fit without the consortium's technocratic political agenda.

1. The consortium shall be led by those found most capable of leadership. For every thousand consortium member, there shall be one of these individuals. They are free to designate or dissolve position to those underneath them.
(Post foundation amendment #2) 1.1. Until a better system is found, democracy proves the most valid method of determining these individuals.
(Post foundation amendment #4) 1.2. As the consortium requires the need to make decisions quickly, there must always be an odd number of these individuals, therefore, two shall be appointed every other thousandth inductee.

2. The consortium's goal - from which all other objectives must derived - is to aid humanity (or post-humanity) in the development of technologies to better the human condition.
(Post foundation amendment #1) 2.1. It has been found that this inevitably brings the consortium into conflict with reactionary groups. While military action against these groups is regrettable, the future needs of the species (or intelligence) as a whole, must be considered more important than empty dogma or patriotism.

3. The consortium recognises the danger of new technology, but believes the needs of the species (or intelligence) as a whole is not suitably served by precautionary principals.

4. The consortium opposes religious and patriotic dogma. Such concepts serve no use to the species.
(Post foundation amendment #3) 4.1. It is not reasonable for the consortium to attempt full scale removal of these beliefs from the species (or at least, not in the short term), however, it is expected for all consortium members to renounce them upon induction.

5. The consortium recognises all intelligence, be it human, artificial or otherwise, to be equal.

6. The consortium recognises the basic rights (life, liberty, security) of all intelligence, and advocates the well being of these.

7. The consortium recognises the property of democratic nations, and will not attempt to infringe upon it without good reason or the permission/request of said nation.

Government
The consortium is ruled by it's three most senior members (known collectively as the proclamate), these three hold the position of "PRC" - proclamator. At the current time (20110305), these compose of:
M5/24-PRC (Proclamator Maus)
K5/51-PRC (Proclamator Kodac)
S5/86-PRC (Proclamator Scorpius)
The proclamate act as a sort of "board of directors" for the consortium, determining the deployment of assets. Once the global situation is assessed, and options clearly recognised, the proclamate vote on the best course of action for the consortium.

Ranking:
Consortium forces use a different ranking system to most armed groups. Each soldier is given a name (usually a word that holds special meaning to the individual, or a letter of the phoenetic alphabet) and number (usually 2 digts for standard infantry, or 4 digits for disposible assets). For example, Ghost-64. This is then further augmented by a generation number, determining the soldier's actual worth to the consortium (ranging from 1 to 5, with 1 being the lowest, and 5 being the highest. Members of the GCF will rarely have a generation number over 3, and it is uncommon to see ARF operators with generation numbers under 3. Disposable assets will use D in the place of this.), in common speech, this will be placed between the name and unit number. Finally, each soldier will be given a position, further determining their rank, conventionally a three letter acronym at the end of the designation. Interestingly enough, this system is also used for various non-human assets of the consortium. Determining "who's the boss" in any situation will always be determined first by position, then by generation.

For example:
F2/41-SAA (Firehound, Generation 2, unit 41, Standard Anti-Armour)
K4/02-ATO (Kestral, Generation 4, unit 02, Advanced Tactics Operator)
R1/28-SRi (Raven, Generation 1, unit 28, Standard Rifle)
F3/72-SLe (Falcon, Generation 3, unit 72, Squad Lead)
C2/41-WVC (Crux, Generation 2, unit 41, Wheeled Vehicle Crew)
U1/66-LVC (Union, Generation 1, unit 66, Logistics Vehicle Crew)
HD/0063-ISV (Hotel, Disposable, unit 0063, Inducted Support Vehicle)
LD/0041-RLG (Lima, Disposable, unit 0041, Recruited Local Guide)
KD/0223-FSU (Kilo, Disposable, unt 0223, Forward Observation Unit)

Common Designations:
GCF:
TLe - Tactical Lead (Equivilent to Platoon Level Commander)
SLe - Squad Lead (Equivilent Section Level Commander)
SRi - Standard Rifle
SEn - Standard Entry
SAA - Standard Anti-Armour
SAD - Standard Air Defense
WVC - Wheeled Vehicle Crew
TVC - Tracked Vehicle Crew
RVC - Rotary Vehicle Crew
FVC - Fixed Wing Vehicle Crew
SMT - Squad Medical Technician (Equivilent to Corpsman)

ARF:
CRO - Command Router Operator (Equivilent to Platoon Level Commander)
SRO - Squad Router Operator (Equivilent to Section Level Commander)
CTO - Common Tactics Operator
STO - Support Tactics Operator
ATO - Advanced Tactics Operator
VTO - Vehicle Tactics Operator

Other:
MTC - Marine Transit Crew
MTO - Marine Transit Officer
MTS - Marine Transit Security
MTM - Marine Transit Medical
ATC- Airborne Transit Crew
ATS - Airborne Transit Officer

TCGCF


Uniform:

Field Gray BDU
Balaclava
Chest Rig, modelled after British "Wyvern" system.

Note that GCF personnel will often use personalized equipment, so it is not uncommon to see variants of this, such as the inclusion of civilian cold weather or concealment equipment, as well as military surplus protective gear.

Weaponry:

-CGP-19
Unlicensed modification of the M1911 pistol. Only difference from the model manufactured by Colt is the rechambering to 4.5mm ammunition.

-CGSG-64
Unlicensed modification of the Remington 1100 shotgun. The design has similar modularity as the Remington 870 MCS.

-CGR-1
Modification of the AR-15. Features a solid stock, carbine handguard and semi-burst trigger group. Chambered to use 6.5mm ammunition.

-CGGL-12
Standalone grenade launcher. Believed to be based on the M203.

-CGGL-22
RPG launcher. Believed to be based on the RPG-7.

Vehicles:

-CGWV-3
Designation for the Toyota Hilux (2nd generation). Utilized as a utility vehicle.

-CGH-1
Designation for the Bell 212 helicopter. Utilized as a utility vehicle.

TCARF


Uniform:

BDU (usually Woodland DPM, 6-colour Desert or Plain Black, dependant on area of operation)
MICH TC 2000
Assault Vest, modelled after German system with various modifications
Balaclava
Tactical Goggles (mirrored lens)

Weaponry:

CRP-22
Believed to be an unlicensed modification of the M1911 pistol. Chambered for 4.5mm ammunition and capable of fully automatic fire. Serves as both a sidearm for soldiers and a PDW for noncombatants.

CRSG-70
Believed to be an unlicensed modification of the Remington 1100 shotgun. Apparently identical to the CGSG-64.

CRR-1
Modification of the AR-15. Features a collapseable stock, carbine handguard and semi-burst trigger group. Chambered to use 6.5mm ammunition.

CRLRR-2
Modification of the AR-15. Features solid stock, free floating handguard and semi-burst trigger group. Chambered to use 6.5mm ammunition.

CRAR-3
Modification of the AR-15. Features solid stock, carbine handguard and semi-auto trigger group. Chambered to use 6.5mm ammunition.

-CRGL-12
Standalone grenade launcher. Believed to be based on the M203.

-CRGL-22
RPG launcher. Believed to be based on the RPG-7.

Vehicles:

CRWV-9
Designation for the Land Rover Defender. Utilized as a utility vehicle.

CRWV-22
Designation for a wheeled APC, believed to be based on the Land Rover Defender.

CRTV-22
Identical to the CRWV-22, but with track units in the place of wheels.

CRH-6
Designation for the MD530F helicopter.

CRH-1
Designation for the Bell 412 helicopter.

CRH-60
Designation for the Sikorsky S-70 helicopter.


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