Captain Enema Posted September 3, 2012 Report Share Posted September 3, 2012 (edited) [b]Belfast[/b] "Sir Hawkwood, we are pleased you could join us here today," Prime Minister Best said quietly. "I'm quite pleased to be at your service," replied Sir Johnathan Hawkwood. "What news do you bring of our Army, Air Force, and Navy?" the Prime Minister asked patiently. "Quite good news in fact, we are short on modern equipment, but not on trained manpower it seems," the distinguished looking Hawkwood replied. "Excellent, make your report, my assistant will take notes." [quote]Order of Battle, Northern Irish Defense Force 1st Corp, Headquartered in Belfast The Royal Irish Division The 83rd Northern Irish Division The 87th Northern Irish Division 201st Active Reserve Division 2nd Corp, Headquartered in Newcastle The County Down Division The County Antrim Division The 89th Northern Irish Division 202nd Active Reserve Division 3rd Corp, Headquartered in Enniskillen The County Fermanagh Division The County Tyrone Division The 90th Northern Irish Division 203rd Active Reserve Division 4th Corp, Headquartered in Derry The County Londonderry Division The 91st Northern Irish Division The 92nd Northern Irish Division 105th Reserve Division 5th Corp, Detached Headquarters The Newry Brigade Combat Team The Omagh Brigade Combat Team The Coleraine Lancers Brigade Combat Team The Royal Irish Rangers 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Regiments The Royal Irish Marines Division 6th Reserve Corp 93rd Reserve Division 94th Reserve Division 95th Reserve Division 96th Reserve Division 97th Reserve Division 98th Reserve Division 7th Reserve Corp 99th Reserve Division 100th Reserve Division 101st Reserve Division 102nd Reserve Division 103rd Reserve Division 104th Reserve Division Readiness Facts: A Reserve Division has 25 percent of its strength ready to deploy at all times. An Active Reserve Division has 50 percent of its strength ready to deploy at all times. A Regular Division has 75 percent of its strength ready to deploy at all times with 25 percent undergoing training and refitting. Pertinent equipment facts: 597 tanks ranging from the British Challenger Tank to the Chieftain. 114 Combat Aircraft ranging from the Harrier 2 Jump Jet to the F-16. Most units field a variety of rifles, pistols, mortars, and so forth. Radar and other long distance sensors are 25 years out of date and need immediate replacement. Naval forces consist of two patrol boats. Pertinent Manpower facts: Nearly all the listed units are at 25 percent strength. Reserve forces exist in sufficient quantities to rectify the manpower crisis as soon as equipment becomes available for all branches of the military. Training staff has been located for the Northern Irish Defense Training Command that will provide training to the Northern Irish Defense Forces. Current Defense Projects: An advance radar system is being procured and installed that uses the latest in AESA technology. A dedicated landline system is being sourced to give our military forces an independent means of communications. A Northern Irish European Air Traffic Movement Group is being organized to analyze and monitor local and international air traffic for the purpose of providing an early warning against an air attack from a European power. The Northern Irish Nuclear Forces have come on line and are currently fielding 20 ICBMs each equipped with a single nuclear warhead. A full scale training exercise is being planned for the Northern Irish Defense Forces at the end of this month. [/quote] Edited September 3, 2012 by Tidy Bowl Man Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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