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Government type: Confederated Republic
Capital: Windhoek
Official languages: English
Recognized regional languages: Bantu
Demonym: Confederates, Westers
National Population: 136,918,127

Currency: Confederate Dollar
Average GDP: CD $13.51T
Number of Major Ports: 4
Most common National fuel source: Hydrogen, Solar, Wind, Nuclear, Geothermal
Most common Military fuel source: Hydrogen, Nuclear, Oil
Average Transit time, north to south (Ground): 6 hours
Average Transit time, north to south (air): 3 hours

Major Industries: Mining, Oil Production, Fisheries, Military Manufacturing, Farm Technology, Automobile Manufacturing, Hydrogen and related Technologies, Aerospace Manufacturing, and Electronics Manufacturing
National Religion: Christianity, and all its' trappings. However, all religions are tolerated and welcomed.
National Holidays: Founding Day (March 30th), Veteran's Day (November 11).
Civilian Dress: Mainly cool, flowing clothing which blocks sunlight well during the warm months, and warmer clothing in the cooler ones.

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[center][size=5][i][b]The Confederate Marine Corps[/b][/i][/size][/center]

[size=5][i]Created by act of the House in 2160, the Marine Corps of the Confederacy of West Africa is the sword and shield of the Confederacy on land and sea.[/i][/size] [size=5][i]Focused on fast strikes with overkill-level firepower, the Marine Corps is perfectly suited for the hot, dry, and jungle environments it most often finds itself in. All Marine Vehicles are adapted with special intakes to reduce the harm sand and dust do to their engines, and Marine combat gear is optimized for climate control and armor protection, to decrease the discomfort - and thus increase each Marine's effectiveness[/i][/size] - [size=5][i]incurred by fighting in such environments while also providing the best protection possible.[/i][/size]

[size=5][i]The Marine Corps is organized as thus:[/i][/size]

[quote]Command Sizes:
Marine Corps: (All active Marines) - Nominally overseen by SecWar, commanded by the Commandant of the Marine Corps, equivalent to 5-star general
Theater: 1m+ Marines (2+ Fronts) - Commanded by a 5 Star General
Front: 200,000-400,000 Marines (2+ Combat Groups) - Commanded by a 4 or 5 Star General
Combat Group: 80,000-200,000 Marines (2+ Corps) - Commanded by a 4 Star General
Corps: 20,000-45,000 Marines (2+ Divisions) - Commanded by a Lieutenant (3 Star) General
Division: 10,000-15,000 Marines (2-4 Brigades or Regiments) Commanded by a Major (2 Star) General
Brigade: 3,000-5,000 Marines (2+ Regiments or 3-6 Battalions) Commanded by a Brigadier (1 Star) General
Regiment: 1,500-3,000 Marines (2+ Battalions)
Battalion: 300-1,300 Marines (2-6 Companies, batteries or Armored Cavalry platoons)
Company: 80-225 Marines (Marine infantry company, artillery battery, or Armored Cavalry troop)[/quote]

[size=6][i][b]Units:[/b][/i][/size]

[i][u][b]1st Confederate Marine Combat Group (105,000 Marines): General Arthur Iningu[/b][/u][/i]
[spoiler]>[b]1st Confederate Marine Corps (21,000 Marines) "Big Red"[/b]
- [i]1st Confederate Marine Airborne Division "Big Red One" (10,500 Marines) (500-strong Command/Logistics section)[/i]
/- 101st Marine Airborne Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 1011th Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 101-1 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 101-2 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
\-- 1012th Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 101-3 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 101-4 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
/- 102nd Marine Airborne Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 1021st Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 102-1 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 102-2 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
\-- 1022nd Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 102-3 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 102-4 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)


- [i]2nd Confederate Marine Airborne Division "Big Red Two" (10,500 Marines) (500-strong Command/Logistics section)[/i]
/- 201st Marine Airborne Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 2011th Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 201-1 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 201-2 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
\-- 2012th Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 201-3 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 201-4 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
/- 202nd Marine Airborne Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 2021st Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 202-1 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 202-2 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
\-- 2022nd Marine Airborne Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 202-3 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 202-4 Marine Airborne Battalion (1,250 Marines)


[b]>2nd Confederate Marine Corps (21,000 Marines) "Heaven's Devils"[/b]
- [i]3rd Confederate Marine Mechanized Division "Archangels" (10,500 Marines) (500-strong Command/Logistics section)[/i]
/- 301st Marine Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 3011th Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines, 125 artillery pieces)
----- 301-1 Marine Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 301-2 Marine Artillery Battalion (1,250 Marines,125 artillery pieces)
\-- 3012th Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines, 100 tanks, 35 IFVs, 225 LSVs/APCs)
----- 301-3 Marine Battalion (1,250 Marines) (35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
----- 301-4 Marine Armored Cavalry Battalion (1,250 Marines) (100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
/- 302nd Marine Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 3021st Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 302-1 Marine Battalion (1,250 Marines)
----- 302-2 Marine Battalion (1,250 Marines)
\-- 3022nd Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines)
----- 302-3 Marine Air/Mechanized Cavalry Battalion (1,250 Marines) (128 helicopters; 64 Attack, 48 Assault Transport, 16 SAR/SF/Refueling/Heavy Lift helos)
----- 302-4 Marine Air/Mechanized Cavalry Battalion (1,250 Marines) (128 helicopters; 64 Attack, 48 Assault Transport, 16 SAR/SF/Refueling/Heavy Lift helos)


- [i]4th Confederate Marine Armored Division "Thor's Hammer" (10,500 Marines) (500-strong Command/Logistics section)[/i]
/- 401st Marine Armored Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 4011th Marine Armored Regiment (2,500 Marines, 200 tanks, 150 APCs/LSVs)
----- 401-1 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
----- 401-2 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
\-- 4012th Marine Armored Regiment (2,500 Marines, 200 tanks, 150 APCs/LSVs)
----- 401-3 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
----- 401-4 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
/- 402nd Marine Mechanized Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 4021st Marine Mechanized Regiment (2,500 Marines, 70 IFVs, 300 LSVs/APCs)
----- 402-1 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
----- 402-2 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
\-- 4022nd Marine Mechanized Regiment (2,500 Marines, 70 IFVs, 300 LSVs/APCs)
----- 402-3 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
----- 402-4 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)


[b]>3rd Confederate Marine Corps (21,000 Marines) "Lucky Number Three"[/b]
- [i]5th Confederate Marine Assault Division "The Fighting Fifth" (10,500 Marines) (500-strong Command/Logistics section)[/i]
/- 501st Marine Assault Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 5011th Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines, 125 artillery pieces, 100 APCs, 20 Assault Guns)
----- 501-1 Marine Assault Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 APCs, 20 Assault Guns)
----- 501-2 Marine Assault Battalion (1,250 Marines,125 artillery pieces)
\-- 5012th Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines, 100 tanks, 35 IFVs, 225 LSVs/APCs)
----- 501-3 Marine Assault Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs, 10 Assault Guns)
----- 501-4 Marine Armored Cavalry Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
/- 502nd Marine Heliborne Brigade (5,000 Marines, 200 helicopters)
\-- 5021st Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines, 200 helicopters, 100 LSVs)
----- 502-1 Marine Heliborne Battalion (1,250 Marines, 50 Helicopters, 25 LSVs)
----- 502-2 Marine Heliborne Battalion (1,250 Marines, 50 Helicopters, 25 LSVs)
\-- 5022nd Marine Regiment (2,500 Marines, 256 helicopters)
----- 502-3 Marine Air/Mechanized Cavalry Battalion (1,250 Marines) (128 helicopters; 64 Attack, 48 Assault Transport, 16 SAR/SF/Refueling/Heavy Lift helos)
----- 502-4 Marine Air/Mechanized Cavalry Battalion (1,250 Marines) (128 helicopters; 64 Attack, 48 Assault Transport, 16 SAR/SF/Refueling/Heavy Lift helos)


- [i]6th Confederate Marine Armored Division "Thor's Hammer" (10,500 Marines) (500-strong Command/Logistics section)[/i]
/- 601st Marine Armored Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 6011th Marine Armored Regiment (2,500 Marines, 200 tanks, 150 APCs/LSVs)
----- 601-1 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
----- 601-2 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
\-- 6012th Marine Armored Regiment (2,500 Marines, 200 tanks, 150 APCs/LSVs)
----- 601-3 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
----- 601-4 Marine Armored Battalion (1,250 Marines, 100 tanks, 75 APCs/LSVs)
/- 602nd Marine Mechanized Brigade (5,000 Marines)
\-- 6021st Marine Mechanized Regiment (2,500 Marines, 70 IFVs, 300 LSVs/APCs)
----- 602-1 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
----- 602-2 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
\-- 6022nd Marine Mechanized Regiment (2,500 Marines, 70 IFVs, 300 LSVs/APCs)
----- 602-3 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
----- 602-4 Marine Mechanized Battalion (1,250 Marines, 35 IFVs, 150 LSVs/APCs)
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