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[color="#008000"][center][size="7"][u][b]Forças Armadas Brasileiras[/b][/u][/size][/center][/color]

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[center]The Brazilian military was one of the first things on schedule for the new Monarch. In total from all of the states 30,000 initial volunteers showed up, a small number but a good start. A march began to show the governments standing control of the region. General Costa was given the position at the head of the military. Construction would begin on air force and naval assets. Military bases were constructed, until they were finished military bases from Gallifrey and the Umbrella Commonwealth would be used. The goal for the end of the year was 150,000 active army, and 100,000 reserve army.[/center]

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[font="Courier New"][size="5"][b]Dispatch from the Royal Air Force[/b][/size][/font]
[font="Courier New"][center]To: The Royal Military Command
Subj: Order list to fulfill two year production quota[/center][/font][/center]


[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]Tupolev Tu-160:20[/b][/u]
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[b]Maximum speed:[/b] Mach 2.05 (2,220 km/h, 1,200 knots, 1,380 mph) at 12,200 m (40,000 ft)
[b]Cruise speed:[/b] Mach 0.9 (960 km/h, 518 knots, 596 mph)
[b]Range:[/b] 12,300 km (7,643 mi) practical range without in-flight refuelling, Mach 0.77 and carrying 6 × Kh-55SM dropped at mid range and 5% fuel reserves
[b]Combat radius:[/b] 7,300 km (3,994 nmi, 4,536 mi,) 2,000 km (1,080 nmi, 1,240 mi) at Mach 1.5
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 15,000 m (49,200 ft)
[b]Rate of climb:[/b] 70 m/s (13,860 ft/min)
[b]Wing loading:[/b] 742 kg/m² with wings fully swept (152 lb/ft²)
[b]lift-to-drag:[/b] 18.5-19, while supersonic it is above 6.
[b]Thrust/weight:[/b] 0.37[/center][/font]


[center][font="Courier New"][u][b]XB-70 Valkyrie:30[/b][/u][/font]
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[font="Courier New"][center][b]Maximum speed:[/b] Mach 3.1 (2,056 mph, 3,309 km/h)
[b]Cruise speed:[/b] Mach 3.0 (2,000 mph, 3,200 km/h)
[b]Range:[/b] 3,725 nmi (4,288 mi, 6,900 km) on combat mission
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 77,350 ft (23,600 m)
[b]Wing loading:[/b] 84.93 lb/ft² (414.7 kg/m²)
[b]lift-to-drag:[/b] about 6 at Mach 2[108]
[b]Thrust/weight:[/b] 0.314[/center][/font]

[center][font="Courier New"][u][b]YF-23: 320[/b][/u][/font][/center]
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[font="Courier New"][center][b]Maximum speed:[/b] Mach 2.2+ (1,650+ mph, 2,655+ km/h) at altitude
[b]Cruise speed:[/b] Mach 1.6 (1,060 mph, 1,706 km/h) supercruise at altitude
[b]Range: [/b]over 2,790 mi (over 4,500 km)
[b]Combat radius:[/b] 750–800 nmi (865–920 mi, 1,380–1480 km)
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 65,000 ft (19,800 m)
[b]Wing loading:[/b] 54 lb/ft2 (265 kg/m2)
[b]Thrust/weight:[/b] 1.36[/center][/font]

[center][u][b]F-15E Strike Eagle:150[/b][/u]
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[center][font="Courier New"][b]Maximum speed: [/b]Mach 2.5+ (1,650+ mph, 2,660+ km/h)
[b]Combat radius:[/b] 790 mi (1,150 mi (max))
[b]Ferry range:[/b] 2,400 mi (2,100 nmi, 3,900 km) with conformal fuel tank and three external fuel tanks
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 60,000 ft (18,200 m)
[b]Rate of climb:[/b] 50,000+ ft/min (254+ m/s)
[b]Thrust/weight:[/b] 0.93[/font][/center]

[center][font="Courier New"][font="Courier New"][center][u][b]F-16 Fighting Falcon:50[/b][/u]
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[b]Maximum speed:[/b]At sea level Mach 1.2 (915 mph, 1,470 km/h) At altitude Mach 2+ (1,500 mph, 2,410 km/h[1]) clean configuration
[b]Combat radius:[/b] 340 mi (295 nmi, 550 km) on a hi-lo-hi mission with four 1,000 lb (450 kg) bombs
[b]Ferry range:[/b] 2,280 NM (2,620 mi, 4,220 km) with drop tanks
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 50,000+ ft[1] (15,240+ m)
[b]Rate of climb:[/b] 50,000 ft/min (254 m/s)
[b]Wing loading:[/b] 88.3 lb/ft² (431 kg/m²)
[b]Thrust/weight:[/b] 1.095[/font][/center]


[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]AC-130 Spectre / Spooky:30[/b][/u]
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[b]Maximum speed:[/b] 260 knots (300 mph, 480 km/h)
[b]Range:[/b] 2,200 nm (2,530 mi, 4,070 km)
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 30,000 ft (9,100 m)
4× 7.62 mm GAU-2/A miniguns
4× 20 mm (0.787 in) M61 Vulcan 6-barrel Gatling cannon[/center][/font]

[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]A-10 Thunderbolt II:40[/b][/u]
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[b]Never exceed speed:[/b] 450 knots (518 mph,[94] 833 km/h) at 5,000 ft (1,500 m) with 18 Mk 82 bombs[95]
[b]Maximum speed:[/b] 381 knots (439 mph, 706 km/h) at sea level, clean[94]
[b]Cruise speed:[/b] 300 knots (340 mph, 560 km/h)
[b]Stall speed:[/b] 120 knots (138 mph, 220 km/h) [96]
[b]Combat radius:[/b]
[b]On CAS mission:[/b] 250 nmi (288 mi, 460 km) at 1.88 hour single-engine loiter at 5,000 ft (1,500 m), 10 min combat
[b]On anti-armor mission:[/b] 252 nmi (290 mi, 467 km), 40 nm (45 mi, 75 km)) sea-level penetration and exit, 30 min combat
[b]Ferry range: [/b]2,240 nmi (2,580 mi, 4,150 km) with 50 knot (55 mph, 90 km/h) headwinds, 20 minutes reserve
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 45,000 ft (13,700 m)
[b]Rate of climb:[/b] 6,000 ft/min (30 m/s)
[b]Wing loading:[/b] 99 lb/ft² (482 kg/m²)
[b]Thrust/weight:[/b] 0.36
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[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]AH-64 Apache:50[/b][/u]
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[b]Never exceed speed:[/b] 197 knots (227 mph, 365 km/h)
[b]Maximum speed:[/b] 158 knots (182 mph, 293 km/h)
[b]Cruise speed: [/b]143 knots (165 mph, 265 km/h)
[b]Range:[/b] 257 nmi (295 mi, 476 km) with Longbow radar mast
[b]Combat radius:[/b] 260 nmi (300 mi, 480 km)
[b]Ferry range:[/b] 1,024 nmi (1,180 mi, 1,900 km)
[b]Service ceiling:[/b] 21,000 ft (6,400 m) minimum loaded
[b]Rate of climb:[/b] 2,500 ft/min (12.7 m/s)
[b]Disc loading:[/b] 9.80 lb/ft² (47.9 kg/m²)
[b]Power/mass:[/b] 0.18 hp/lb (0.31 kW/kg)[/center][/font][/quote]

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[size="5"][b]Dispatch from the Royal Army[/b][/size]
[b]To:The Royal Military Command
Subj: Order list to fulfill two year production quota - Advanced Military Plan with additional 80,000 troops[/b][/center][/font]

[center][font="Courier New"][u][b]M1A2 Main Battle Tank: 3,592[/b][/u]
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[b]Weight: [/b]67.6 short tons (60.4 long tons; 61.3 t)
[b]Length:[/b] Gun forward 32.04 ft (9.77 m) Hull length: 26.02 ft (7.93 m)
[b]Width:[/b] 12 ft (3.66 m)
[b]Height:[/b] 8 ft (2.44 m)
[b]Crew:[/b] 4 (commander, gunner, loader, driver)
[b]Armor:[/b]Hull (turret) - 600(780) mm vs APFSDS, 800(1060) mm vs HEAT
[b]Main armament:[/b] 120 mm L44 M256 smoothbore cannon with 42 rounds
[b]Secondary armament:[/b] 1 x .50-caliber (12.7 mm) M2HB heavy machine gun with 900 rounds 2 x 7.62 mm (.308) M240 machine guns with 8,800 rounds (1 pintle-mounted, 1 coaxial)
[b]Operational range:[/b] 426 km (265 mi)
[b]Speed:[/b] Road 56 km/h (35 mph) Off-road: 40 km/h (25 mph)[/font][/center]

[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]FV 4034 Challenger 2: 500[/b][/u]
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[b]Armour:[/b] Chobham/Dorchester Level 2
[b]Main armament: [/b]L30A1 120 mm rifled gun with 52 rounds
[b]Secondary armament:[/b] Coaxial 7.62 mm L94A1 EX-34 (chain gun), 7.62 mm L37A2 Commander's cupola machine gun
[b]Operational range:[/b] 450 km (280 mi) road 250 km (160 mi) off road
[b]Speed:[/b] 56 km/h (35 mph) 40 km/h (25 mph) off road[/center][/font]


[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]Bradley Fighting Vehicle: 300[/b][/u]
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[b]Variants to be ordered:[/b] M2 Bradley 50, M3 Bradley 100, M4 Command and Control Vehicle 50, M7 Bradley Fire Support Vehicle 50, M993/M270 M.L.R.S Carrier Vehicle 50.[/center][/font]

[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle: 300[/b][/u]
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[b]Variants to be ordered:[/b] M56 Coyote Smoke Generator Carrier 30, M707 Knight HMMWV 50, M966 HMMWV TOW Armored 50, M997 Maxi-Ambulance 30, M998 Cargo/Troop 30, M1037 S-250/S-788 Shelter Carrier 20, M998 HMMWV Avenger 60[/center][/font]

[font="Courier New"][center][u][b]C-130 Hercules: 500 (special 5 year)[/b][/u]
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[b]Crew:[/b] 5 (two pilots, navigator, flight engineer and loadmaster)
[b]Capacity:[/b] C-130J-30 cargo hold: length, 55 feet (16.9 meters); width, 119 inches (3.12 meters); height, 9 feet (2.74 meters). Rear ramp: length, 123 inches (3.12 meters); width, 119 inches (3.02 meters) 92 passengers or 64 airborne troops or 74 litter patients with 2 medical personnel or 6 pallets or 2–3 Humvees or 2 M113 armored personnel carriers[/center][/font][/quote]

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[size="5"][center][font="Courier New"][b]Dispatch from the Royal Navy[/b][/font][/center][/size]
[center]To:The Royal Military Command
Subj: Order list to fulfill two year production quota[/center]

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[b][center]Two Nimitz Class Aircraft Carriers[/center][/b]
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[center][b]Six Iowa Class Battleships[/b][/center]
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[center][b]Eighteen Visby Class Corvettes[/b][/center]
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[center][b]Five Virginia class cruisers[/b][/center]
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[center][b]Nine Virginia Class Submarines[/b][/center]
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[center][b]Nine Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigates[/b][/center]
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[center][b]Three Wasp Class Amphibious Assault Ships with 20,000 marine troops[/b][/center]
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[center][b]Fifteen Arleigh Burke class destroyer[/b][/center]
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The Brazilian Army orders were nearing completion, the military was organized into a more readable system.


[center][size="5"][u][b]Army: [/b][/u][/size]
[b]Total active troops:[/b] 110,000
[b]Total tanks:[/b] 4,092
[b]B.F.V:[/b] 300
[b]H.M.M.W.V:[/b] 300
[b]C-130 Hercules:[/b] 500
[b]AH-64 Apache:[/b] 50[/center]


[center][u][b]His Majesty's Defense Corps (Brasilia Federal District): 10,000 Infantry units, 100 M1-Abrams tanks.[/b][/u]
[i]1st Brigade 5,000 troops, 50 tanks
2nd Brigade 5,000 troops, 50 tanks[/i][/center]

[center][u][b]1st National Defense Corps (Internal security force): 50,000 Infantry units, 1,000 M-1Abrams tanks.[/b][/u]
[i]First Division 10,000 troops, 200 tanks
Second Division 10,000 troops, 200 tanks
Third Division 10,000 troops, 200 tanks
Fourth Division 10,000 troops, 200 tanks
Fifth Division 10,000 troops 200 tanks[/i][/center]

[center][u][b]1st Peacekeeping Corps (External Q.R.F) 20,000 troops[/b][/u]
[i]First Division: 10,000
Second Division: 10,000
M998 Cargo/Troop: 30
M1037 S-250/S-788 Shelter carrier: 20
M707 Knight HMMWV: 20[/i][/center]

[center][u][b]1st Mechanized Corps (Internal Q.R.F) 30,000 troops M2 Bradley 50, M3 Bradley 100, M4 Command and Control Vehicle 50[/b][/u]
[i]First Division: 10,000 troops
Second Division: 10,000 troops
Third Division: 10,000 troops[/i][/center]

[center][u][b]1st Armor Corps: 2,992 tanks 500 Challenger tanks 2,492 M-1 Abrams

1st Reserve Corps (Army Reserves, weekend soldiers) 120,000 troops [/b][/u][/center]

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All orders for the military have been finished and the navy launched to sea for immediate training in international waters in the Southern Atlantic. The whole fleet would be involved in the training of the new navy and the entire routine was filmed, excluding crucial military tactics. The fleet would begin with retreat and staging tactics, then it would move on to attack and landing methods on the coast of Brazil. Meanwhile in Brasilia an air show was staged for the civilians and the public to know that the Brazilian Air Force was ready for anything. As the Valkerie swooped down to the crowd cheers would be heard from patriotic loyalist civilians. They would all chant "God save the King" and other patriotic chants as the air show unfolded. The Mexicans, Athenians and AUP were all notified of the naval drills to avoid a scuffle.

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