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Three Tribes Confederation Military Command, or TTCMC, consists of the amalgamation of no less than 14 distinct organization into one streamlined force. The TTCMC represents a cost effective mechanism of stripping away the various affectations of the past in which local groups utilized inefficient means of defending themselves through archaic North American Military structures.

The organizations which have been merged into one force are as follows:

Three Tribes Confederation Army
Three Tribes Confederation Navy
Three Tribes Confederation Air Forces
Three Tribes Confederation Marines

The following civilian agencies have been reassigned to the TTCMC organization as well.

Border Police
Federal Police
Drug Enforcement Agency
Secret Police
Defense Intelligence Organization
Special Actions Units
Political Security Police
Diplomatic Security Agency
Foreign Intelligence Service
Domestic Security Organization

The duplication of efforts created a wasteful state of affairs. The new streamlined command optimizes communications, chain of command, and response in the interest of better defending the Three Tribes.

The Three Tribes Military Consists of 4 military districts. Each district has the following assigned:

3 Brigades, 2 Mechanized Infantry, 1 Armored
1 Air Regiment 4 Squadrons of Fighters, 2 of Fighter Bombers
1- 2 Regiments of Border Police
+ Sufficient number of Defense Intelligence Teams to man the specific military districts Border Watch Posts.

Total Man Power:

25,400 men per district- 11,000 Support and Service Troops

101,600 men total for regional defense

1st Tribal Army

100,000 men
20 Brigade Combat Teams
Stationed Western TTC
Fort Big Horn

2nd Tribal Army

100,000 men
20 Brigade Combat Teams
Stationed Eastern TTC
Fort Sitting Bull

The equipment utilized by the TTCMC can be found

ooc: Will write up a proper ToE in a bit. For now assume my forces are modular brigade combat teams running about 5000 men a piece with the standard US Army Modular Battalions. So anything under 2005 issue is what I'm using for plain ol' Armored Brigades.

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A series of small bases have been built running the length of the Confederation's border with all foreign countries. These small bases normally are disguised by placing them in civilian structures. Old radio stations, taller buildings, and so forth are utilized to create a forward listening post and electronic watch station.

The men stationed at these bases live in civilian housing, drive civilian cars, and are employed by various shell companies that exist only on paper. The purpose of these forward listening posts are to collect intelligence, passively, on the foreign nations bordering the Confederation.

The intelligence reports on various radio traffic levels, cell phone usage, and so forth and so on is collected by a central committee that sifts through the intelligence to create a coherent picture of the intentions of the Confederation's neighbors.

Each base is staffed with a team of electronic intelligence specialists, security officers, and support staff. The average size of these bases range from 25 to 75 members, depending on the location.

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1) Alapataw Airbase
2) Fort Sitting Bull
3) Tohkalus 1st Region Logistical and Defense Center
4) Chawkeban Airbase
5) Kerrutus 3rd Region Logistical and Defense Center
6) Yakama Airbase
7) Cherokee 2nd Region Logistical and Defense Center
8) Toh-Sal-Eee Airbase
9) E-Kel-Etu Naval Base
10) Fort Big Horn
11) E-How-Kee 4th Region Logistical and Defense Center

Fort Big Horn and Fort Sitting Bull both operate as military training, testing, and military security zones. The 1st and 2nd Tribal Armies are stationed at these bases. Regional Security forces has their own dedicated logistical and support centers to provide redundancy within the defense system in the event of a foreign invasion.

[b]Case Bravo[/b]

- Civilians are evacuated to designated shelters within urban locations.

- Civilians will take appropriate NBC precautions that are drilled on a quarterly basis.

- Urban supply caches of food, water, medicine will be made available to civilian populations.

- Local police formations will be supplemented by Civilian Volunteers who are organized into the Civil Guard, which trains quarterly.

[b]Case Echo[/b]

- Civilians and military personnel will be evacuated from urban locations to minimize casualties in a nuclear or biological engagement.

- Rural Supply Caches will be made available. These locations will be well supplied with food, water, medical supplies, clothing, shelter, and blankets.

- These refugee centers will be clearly marked as civilian positions with large White Cross banners and military presence in and near them will be kept to a minimum to prevent accusations of using civilians as human shields.

- Each location will come under police and Civil Guard authority and these organizations will train on these matters quarterly.

[b]Case Gregor[/b]

- Full scale insurrection against foreign occupiers to be coordinated by TTCMC Special Forces units and Civil Guard members.

- Training will be implemented in a classified location for this scenario on a quarterly basis.

- Case Gregor weapons caches will be put into place in both Urban and Rural environments. These will consist of rifles, pistols, knives, mines, explosives, and a variety of devices needed to fight against foreign occupation forces.

- Case Gregor files will be kept in a central vault wired with prepared incendiary charges to prevent them from being captured.

- Three North American Government in Exile Centers are to be established by pre-stocking locations in foreign countries to be used as a fall back point for the TTC Government should it be forced out of the Confederation territory.

- Funds will be deposited in various foreign banks to support an insurrection and to support the political efforts of an Government in Exile.

- Case Gregor activities will be Most Classified. Files will not be stored on databases connected to the internet, neither will paper records be kept.

- Case Gregor activities will be coordinated by a single high ranking member of the TTCMC Intelligence Service with a picked staff.

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Battle Command Center System

The TTCMC looking to optimize it's strengths of knowing the local terrain and having the home field advantage in the event of an invasion has come to the decision to create a series of local command centers capable of sharing the workload of commanding the TTCMC forces during a time of war.

The Battle Command Centers will be linked by a stand alone fiber optic system that is currently being installed along side of the civilian internet system to confuse foreign observation. Using old military fortifications from previous nations and empires the Battle Centers will rapidly come online as data centers are built to handle the demands of the workload.

Each of the Battle Centers will be protected by a layered air-defense system. Long range missile batteries, short range missiles, and point defense weapons to provide a wide range of coverage for different threats. Each Battle Center will have two companies of infantry specially trained for aggressive positional security. The data centers contained in the deeply dug vaults are wired for demolition in the event of being over-run. Triple redundancy is being built into the system to provide power, electricity, and water in the event of prolonged operations.

In conjunction with these three Battle Command Centers a fourth Battle Command Center will be organized around a mobile force of Command Vehicles embedded within a larger unit of nondescript transport vehicles. These Command Vehicles will be constructed out of civilian built large semi-tractors and will be upgraded to meet the demands of their mission.

*ooc- Bought a pentagon


1st Tribal Army Reorganization

The rather hurried assembly of the men and machines of the both Tribal Armies has created a situation that must be immediately rectified.

The following points will be addressed:

1) Standardization of Vehicles
2) Standardization of Weapons
3) Increased training to prepare the 1st for field operations.
4) Standardization of Ranks and Structure

Once the reorganization of the 1st is complete the lessons learned will be applied to the 2nd Tribal Army and the Regional Defense Units.

1) Standardization of Vehicles

The Tribal Armies utilize a variety of vehicles to satisfy operational needs. Immediately a phasing out process will be put into place that identifies 1st Tribal Army of all vehicles over 10 years of Age. A purchase plan that has been implemented by ordering a standard package of support and fighting vehicles from TTC factories will shortly begin replacing these vehicles.

Once this has been accomplished the remaining vehicles that are not up to the current specifications will be swapped out. Crucial to this process is providing a well trained pool of technicians to keep the vehicles maintained. Training cadres have been dispatched to the factories to work hand in hand with the assembly teams to gain a deeper knowledge into the vehicles they will be tasked with keeping in good order.

The Standardization of the 1st Tribal Army Structure will be undertaken by creating a division forced organization capable of Army level operations, division level operations, and brigade level operations.

Each Mechanized Brigade has 3 fighting battalions, a support Battalion, and a Services Battalion.

For example:

Mechanized Brigade

1st Battalion- Armored Infantry
2nd Battalion- Armored Infantry
3rd Battalion- Armored Infantry
4th Battalion- Artillery/Air/Armor
5th Battalion- Medical/Logistics/Intelligence/Engineering

Armored Brigade

1st Battalion- Armored
2nd Battalion- Armored
3rd Battalion- Armored
4th Battalion- Infantry Fighting Vehicles
5th Battalion- Artillery/Air/Armor
6th Battalion- Medical/Logistics/Intelligence/Engineering

The additional battalion for the Armored Divisions serves to provide them with the manpower needed for combined arms operations. Often there are some obstacles best cleared by the fighting man on foot rather than by the brute force of an entire Armored Force.

1st Tribal Army

1st Mechanized Division
501st Mechanized Brigade 5500 men
502nd Mechanized Brigade 5500 men

2nd Armored Division
503rd Armored Brigade 6500 men
504th Armored Brigade 6500 men

3rd Armored Division
505th Armored Brigade 6500 men
506th Armored Brigade 6500 men

4th Armored Division
507th Armored Brigade 6500 men
508th Armored Brigade 6500 men

5th Triangular Division
509th Armored Brigade 6500 Men
510th Mechanized Brigade 5500 men
511th Mechanized Brigade 5500 men

512th Mechanized Brigade Combat Team 5500 men
513th Armored Brigade Combat Team 6500 men
514th Combat Engineering Brigade 5500 men
515th Infantry Brigade 5500 men
516th Artillery Brigade Combat Team 5500 men
517th Air Defense Brigade 5500 men

2000th Services and Support Division 18,500 men

Projected time to completion of reorganization of the 1st Tribal Army, 1 year.

Edited by Tidy Bowl Man
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[b]Civil Guard Readiness Bulletin[/b]

All tribal members are encouraged to create a safe room in their homes. Such a safe-room will serve as a location to weather a chemical or biological attack. Specific instructions and materials are being made available to the public.

Further, public buildings are required to designate a safe-area that can be rapidly converted into a public shelter for the same purposes of weathering a chemical or biological attack.

Full scale civil drills will be conducted within the week with inspections to ensure compliance.

Available supplies:

1) Duct tape
2) Rolls of plastic sheeting
3) silicon sealant
4) Gas Masks with proper filters
5) Surplus 5 gallon water tins
6) Surplus military ammunition cans to serve as safe storage for electronics in the event of an EMP attack.

Available for purchase, 50 percent discount:

1) Military Rations
2) Satellite Phones
3) Geiger Counters
4) rolls of brass wire sheeting to create EMP rooms
5) Medical kits
6) Surplus .38 Caliber Air Force Survival Revolvers
7) .38 Caliber Ammunition
8) 12 Gauge Shotguns
9) 12 Gauge Ammunition
10) Rucksacks

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[b]Classified- Vehicle Standardization Program[/b]

Main Battle Tank

The Warrior

Light Strike Vehicle


Air Defense/ Anti-tank Vehicle



Infantry Fighting Vehicle


Patrol/Security Vehicle


Engineering Vehicle

M-728-C Armored Engineering Vehicle is a Multi-purpose AEV based upon the Warrior MBT Chassis that is designed to fill a variety of Combat Engineering roles including but not limited to mine clearance, obstacle removal, and towing of damaged vehicles.



Armored Transport

Heavy Equipment Transport System


[b]Development of Hard Kill ATGM System- Arena 2[/b]

Utilizing the Arena system as the basis for the TTCMC's Vehicular Defensive system the Arena 2 is an improvement upon this system.

The older fragmentation missile is replaced with a newer concussion style missile that is lighter, quicker, and more accurate.

The Arena is being evaluated using deactivated TTCMC M-60 MBTs as the testing platform to determine the best means of improving the system before wide-scale deployment to TTCMC Vehicles.

It is believed that once complete the Arena-2 will be about 1/2 the weight and with a 25 percent increase in performance and a massive increase in safety to the dismounted infantry around the vehicles.

[b]Classified- Rearming of Frontline forces[/b]

Designated Marksman Rifle


Infantry Rifle


ATGM- Spike


Light Machine Gun- SAW

The venerable Squad Automatic Weapon needs no real introduction.

Grenade Launher- Mikor


Time to completion for the complete standardization of the 1st Tribal Army and integration of new technicians, 1 year.

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