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Saint Lawrence League

Ligue de Saint-Laurent


 

The Saint Lawrence League is a confederation of city-states and municipalities established in the Canadian Special Administrative Territory, following the downfall of Faraway. The cities and local municipalities on the north bank of the St. Lawrence River joined together in an alliance of mutual benefit, before petitioning the American Commonwealth for independence. A confederation in the truest sense, each of the city states and municipalities (collectively called the Confederate Nations) in fully autonomous, only foreign affairs and defence are controlled by the Lawrencite central government.

 

General Information

Formal Name: Saint Lawrence League, Ligue de Saint-Laurent

Other Names: St. Lawrence, Saint-Laurent

Demonym: “Lawrencite”, “Canadian”, “Québécois”, Various city and municipality demonyms

Population: aprox. 20 Million

Capital city: Montreal

Major cities: Ottawa, Toronto, Quebec City

Official Language: English

Other Languages: Québécois French, First Nations Languages

Currency: League Ducat

Nation Code: SLL

Internet Code: .sll

 

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Government and Politics

Government type: Confederative Democratic Republic

Heads of Government: Co-Presidents Napier Arkwright and Élise Augustin

- The Co-Presidency is the executive branch of the Confederation. The Co-Presidency is responsible for the internal machinery of the Saint LAwrence League. As part of their executive functions, the Co-Presidents are responsible for carrying into effect the legislation of the Congress. Sometimes, in great emergencies, they might even act on their own authority and responsibility. The Co-Presidents also serve as the chief diplomat of the League.

- The Co-Presidents are responsible for convening the congress at the beginning of the year, and presided over its meetings (although, this responsibility is typically delegated to an elected congressman/woman). They have the power of veto over any legislation and can also veto each other (to force compromise). They are the only people who can convene a plebiscite.

Secretariats:

Foreign Affairs

Internal Affairs

Defence

Economics

- The Secretariats are the bureaucratic organs of the League. Responsible for the actual running of the state, the secretariats employ hundreds of public servants and are autonomous to an extent. While policy is decided on by the Secretarial Committees (aka “Triumvirates”) and the Co-Presidency, the Secretariats professional bureaucrats are responsible for the actual carrying out of policy.

Legislature: Saint Lawrence League Congress

- 80 Delegates: 2 per municipality, 4 per city-state, 6 for the leading city

- The Congress is the legislative body of the League. They vote on all legislation and publicly debate policy. They have the power to overturn any Presidential executive order through a simple majority vote and can force the Co-Presidents to convene a plebiscite.

 

Confederate Nations

Leading City

République Sérénissime de Montréal

City-State

Ottawa Free State

Ville Libre de Québec

Republic of Toronto

Free City of Hamilton

Republic of Kingston

Protectorate of Cornwall

République of Trois-Rivières

Republic of London

Prefecture of Kitchener

Municipalities

Essex County

Middlesex County

Lambton Free Territory

Republic of Haldimand-Norfolk

Oxford County

Huron Prefecture

Free Territory of Wellington

Grey County Republic

Free Township of Barrie

Muskoka Region

Despotate of Peterborough

Lanark County

Hawkesbury Township

Les Laurentides Région

Maskinongé Free State

Portneuf Région

République de Charlevoix

Saguenay Région

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Constitution of the Saint Lawrence League

 

Preamble

We, the people and nations of the Saint Lawrence River Valley, who come together in the interests of mutual benefit, prosperity, defence and the preservation of liberty, set forth this document to be the supreme law of the land, to guide our confederation. This document defines the basic system and tasks of the state in legal form; it is the fundamental law of the state and has supreme legal authority.

 

Article I. Sovereignty

Section I. The Sovereignty of the Confederate State

1. The League is a sovereign confederation endowed with inalienable rights to its land holdings, waters, airspace, natural resources, and whatever is applicable. No nation shall infringe such sovereignty.

Section II. The Sovereignty of the Confederate Nations

1. a) Confederate Nations are divided into three groups based on population and significance.

1. b) These categories are; Municipality, City-State and Leading City.

2. All lands, waters, and airspaces within the national boundaries of the Saint Lawrence League are owned by the Nations of the confederation. Each Confederate Nation shall have the sole, independent right to grant, and withdraw, the lease of, or ownership of land under specific circumstances.

3. All natural resources within the national boundaries of the Saint Lawrence League are the property of the Confederate Nation in which they reside. Any private exploitation of such resources may be allowed through concessions sanctioned by the National Government. The National Government shall regulate, to a meaningful extent, the exploitation of natural resources.

4. Every Confederate Nation has the right to raise and maintain an armed and police force, collectively referred to as the National Guard. Each Confederate Nation has the right to use their National Guard as they see fit.

5. Every Confederate Nation has the right to leave the Saint Lawrence League whenever they may choose, provided there is a recognised plebiscite in said Confederate Nation.

 

Article II. Government

Section I. The Role of the Co-Presidency

1. The Co-Presidency is the executive branch of the League’s Confederate Government.

2. The Co-Presidency shall be elected by the citizens of the League, once every year.

3. The Co-Presidency is comprised of two Co-Presidents, one senior and one junior, elected by the citizens of the Saint Lawrence League. The shall be no difference in powers between the junior and senior Co-Presidents. This is merely a recognition of their electoral results.

4. The Co-Presidency is the supreme authority of the nation, and the leader of the people. As the leader, the Co-Presidents have a responsibility to the citizens of the League.

5. The Co-Presidency is responsible for convening the Saint Lawrence League Congress and preside over it’s proceedings. This responsibility may be delegated to an elected delegate of the Congress.

6. The Co-Presidency is considered the Supreme Commander of the Saint Lawrence Defence Force. The Co-Presidents shall direct the military, or shall delegate the authority to do so through the officer corps.

7. The Co-Presidency has the ability to negotiate and sign treaties with foreign powers. Any agreement must be ratified by the Saint Lawrence League Congress.

8. a)The Co-Presidency may deploy troops abroad, in an active combat zone, for no more than sixty-two days and nights, without permission from the Congress. The Co-Presidents may deploy the Saint Lawrence League Defence Force to any location abroad, without the consent of the Congress, for non-combat duties.

9. The Co-Presidency may present legislation to the Congress, for a vote of implementation.

10. The Co-Presidency is able to convene a Plebiscite for any issue.

11. The Co-Presidency may veto any legislation passed by the Congress. A Co-President may veto any decision made by their fellow Co-President.

12. a) The Co-Presidency may force the dissolution of the Congress at any time.

12. b) If the Congress is dissolved a new election will be organised within two weeks.

Section II. The Role of the Saint Lawrence League Congress

1. All members of the Congress are elected, once every year, by the citizens of the League.

2. The Congress shall consist of eighty delegates.

3. Each Municipality shall elect two delegates, each City-State shall elect four delegates, the Leading City shall elect six delegates.

4. The Congress is run on a democratic basis, which cannot be compromised, whatever the situation.

5. Every elected delegate of the Congress has the right to propose the following; legislation, offensive wars, constitutional and legal amendments, initiate a vote of no confidence in a Secretarial Committee.

Section III. The Role of the Secretariats

1. The Secretariats of the Saint Lawrence League are responsible for running certain aspects of the nation.

2. The Secretariats are led by a Secretarial Committee, who oversees the actions of the Secretariat. (see Article III, Section II)

3. Any member of the Congress has the right to volunteer for a spot in a Secretarial Committee.

Section IV. The Role of the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs

1. The Secretariat of Foreign Affairs will henceforth be referred to as SoFA.

2. The SoFA is in charge of the running of the embassies of the Saint Lawrence League.

3. The SoFA cannot promise anything on behalf of the people of the Saint Lawrence League, unless they have the blessing of the Congress.

4. The SoFA has the right to recall, without going through a voting process, an official diplomat if they deem them unfit for diplomatic purposes.

5. The SoFA however, cannot restrict a citizen of the League from criticising, a legislative issue, the hostility or conduct of foreign nations, or a treaty proposal.

6. The SoFA is directly accountable to the Congress first and foremost.

Section V. The Role of the Secretariat of Internal Affairs

1. The Secretariat of Internal Affairs will henceforth be referred to as the SoIA.

2. The responsibility of the SoIA is primarily to ensure the safety and security of the nation, ensuring that no foreign spies enter into the nation and are able to gather information.

3. In addition, the SoIA is to ensure that no citizen of the nation acts in a way which might be detrimental to the nation, such as spying, impersonation or sabotage.

4. The SoIA is responsible for the Police Cooperation Service.

5. The SoIA is directly accountable to the Congress first and foremost.

Section VI. The Role of the Secretariat of Defence

1. The Secretariat of Defence will henceforth be referred to as SoD.

2. The SoD and The Chief of Defence are responsible for the organization of the military aspects within the Saint Lawrence League at all times. This includes, the training for possible war strategies, the organization of individual bodies within the military (Divisions and so forth), military quotas and the disciplining of unruly members, and the efficient mobilization of the Military.

3. The SoD is directly accountable to the Congress first and foremost.

Section VII. The Role of the Secretariat of Economics

1. The Secretariat of Economics will henceforth be referred to as the SoE.

2. The SoE is responsible for the economic progress and sustainability of the nation. Their roles include the following; Ensuring that citizens and businesses are made aware of economic plans which help boost the nation’s economy, ensuring that there is a steady supply of financial aid to unemployed citizens, organising economic deals with other nations such as free trade agreements and war reparations.

3. The SoE is directly accountable to the Congress first and foremost.

 

Article III. Laws of Governing

Section I. Legislation

1. Legislation is submitted to Congress as bills.

2. Bills are the free and solemn expression of the general will; it is the same for all,  whether it protects or punishes; it may order only what is just and useful to society; it may prohibit only what is injurious thereto.

3. The law must protect public and individual liberty against the oppression of those who govern.

4. Bills are submitted to the Co-Presidency for approval only after receiving the support of a simple majority in Congress.

5. A Bill must be open for debate for at least twenty-four hours before a vote can be taken.

6. All legislation must adhere to the constitution or else it shall be declared invalid.

Section II. Secretarial Committees

1. Secretarial Committees are responsible for overseeing the various Secretariats.

2. The Secretarial Committees are comprised of three elected congressional delegates.

3. The Secretarial Committees are elected by the Congress each year.

4. The Secretarial Committee of Foreign Affairs shall appoint Ambassadors with the approval of the Co-Presidency.

Section III. Elections

1. Election day shall take place in the month of October each year.

2. Elections must be annual.

3. Every citizen of the Saint Lawrence League has the right to vote in an election or plebiscite.

4. All citizens are equally admissible to public office. Free peoples recognize no grounds for preference in their elections other than virtues and talents.

 

Article IV. The Saint Lawrence Defence Force

Section I. Right to Defence and the Role of the Armed Forces

1. The Saint Lawrence League reserves the right to use military force in defence of it’s territory, people, allies and interests.

2. The Military force of the Saint Lawrence League is to be the Saint Lawrence Defence Force.

3. The Saint Lawrence Defence Force is to be comprised of, at least, a terrestrial, an aerial, and a maritime branch.

Section II. Command

1. The Saint Lawrence Defence Force is under the overall command of the Co-Presidency.

2. The authority can be delegated to the Joint Command Committee.

3. The Joint Command Committee is comprised of the Commanders of each of the three Corps.

4. The Joint Command Committee has the authority to establish and maintain a permanent command structure and staff.

Section III. The Terrestrial Corps

1. The Terrestrial Corps is to be a part time, conscripted armed force.

2. The Terrestrial Corps is responsible for providing a ground based security force, for the defence of the Saint Lawrence League and it’s interests overseas.

3. Every citizen, over the age of eighteen who has not already enrolled in the Maritime Corps, are obligated to enroll for service for ten years.

4. Every enrolled citizen can be drafted for military service any time the Co-Presidency orders a draft.

Section IV. The Aerial Corps

1. The Aerial Corps is to be a volunteer, professional armed force.

2. It is responsible for providing air support for the Terrestrial and Maritime Corps and ensuring the security of Saint Lawrence airspace and it’s interests overseas.

Section VI. The Maritime Corps

1. The Maritime Corps is to be a part time, conscripted armed force.

2. The Maritime Corps is responsible for providing naval support for the Terrestrial and Aerial Corps and ensuring the security of Saint Lawrence maritime territory and it’s interests overseas.

3. Every citizen, over the age of eighteen who has not already enrolled in the Terrestrial Corps, are obligated to enroll for service for ten years.

4. Every enrolled citizen can be drafted for military service any time the Co-Presidency orders a draft.

 

Article V. Civil Rights and Constitutional Guarantees

Section I. The Rights of the Citizen

1. The aim of society is general welfare.

2. All people are born with inalienable, sacred rights. These rights are life, equality, liberty, security, and property.

3. All people are equal by nature and before the law.

4. The right of manifesting ideas and opinions, either through the press or in any other manner, the right of peaceful assembly, and the free exercise of worship may not be forbidden.

5. Security consists of the protection afforded by society to each one of its members for the preservation of his person, his rights, and his property.

6. No one is to be accused, arrested, or detained, except in the cases determined by law and according to the forms prescribed thereby. Any citizen, summoned or seized by authority of the law, must obey immediately; he renders himself culpable by resistance.

7. Any act directed against a person, apart from the cases and without the forms determined by law, is arbitrary and tyrannical; if attempt is made to execute such act by force, the person who is the object thereof has the right to resist it by force.

8. Every man is presumed innocent until declared guilty.

9. No one is to be tried and punished until after having been heard or legally summoned, and except by virtue of a law promulgated prior to the offense. A law that would punish offenses committed before it existed would be tyranny; the retroactive effect of such a law would be a crime.

10. The right of property is the right appertaining to every citizen to enjoy and dispose at will of his goods, his income, and the product of his labor and skill.

11. No kind of labor, tillage, or commerce may be forbidden the industry of citizens.

12. Every man may contract his services or his time; but he may not sell himself or be sold; his person is not an alienable property. The law does not recognize the status of servant; only a bond of solicitude and acknowledgment may exist between the employee and his employer.

13. No one may be deprived of the least portion of his property without his consent, unless a legally established public necessity requires it, and upon condition of a just and previous indemnity.

14. Public relief is a sacred obligation. Society owes subsistence to unfortunate citizens, either by procuring work for or by providing the means of existence for those unable to work.

15. Education is necessary for everyone. Society must promote with all its power the advancement of public reason, and must place education within reach of all citizens.

16. A people always has the right to review, reform, and amend its constitution. One generation may not subject future generations to its laws.

18. The right of presenting petitions to the public authority may not be forbidden, suspended, or limited under any circumstances.

19. Resistance to oppression is the consequence of the other rights of man.

20. There is oppression against the social body when a single one of its members is oppressed. There is oppression against every member when the social body is oppressed.

21. When the government violates the rights of the people, insurrection is for the people, and for every portion thereof, the most sacred of rights and the most indispensable of duties.

 

Article VI. Changes to the Constitution

Section I. Amending the Constitution

1. A plebiscite must take place for any proposed amendment to the constitution.

2. There must be a supermajority (75% + 1) of votes in favour of the amendment(s) to pass.

3. Any amendment to the constitution will only take place after two months, so as to allow the necessary changes to be made.

Section II. Dissolving and the Saint Lawrence League

1. The Saint Lawrence League, being a confederation of autonomous nations, can only be dissolved if dissolution legislation is ratified by, at least, all but one confederate nation.

2. Following the dissolution of the Saint Lawrence League, each Confederate Nation will become fully sovereign, and this constitution shall be void.

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Military Overview

The League’s permanent military structure consists entirely of; the Command, Aerial Corps, and the National Guard of each Confederate Nation. Whenever it is necessary, the Co-Presidency initiates a draft. At the age of 18, all property owning citizens are required to be eligible to serve for 10 years in either the Maritime or Terrestrial Corps. They may also choose to become professionals and join the Aerial Corps. Weapons and equipment are stored, ready for use, along with artillery and armoured vehicles. Training exercises are run year round to keep the possible draftees in fighting condition, and ensure the newest generation of draftees are capable combatants. There are also training programs for a wide array of role required by the military.

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The Terrestrial Corps

 

This is the boots-on-the-ground warfare force. They are a part-time force, only called up when need be. They use armoured vehicles, artillery and infantry to great effect. Unlike other nations, the St. Lawrence Terrestrial Corps has absolutely no air power. They work in conjunction with the professional Aerial Corps for all of their aviation needs. Currently, the draft is able to raise up to 110,430 people (20+ divisions) capable of fighting, however, it is rare that all available militiamen would be called.

 

Each of these divisions is subdivided into 10 chief tactical units called battalions. A battalion consists of 6 companies and was commanded by a major (the companies are commanded by captains). Each company of infantry consisted of 80 men. Each company is, in turn, divided into ten sections of eight men. These 4800 men (ten battalions of 480 men), together with about 1200 men (divided into 10 battalions of 120 men) serving in armour vehicles and artillery gives the division a nominal strength of about 6000 men.

 

Each division is also assigned a number of veteran battalions. There is no definite number, and each battalion moves from division to division as necessary. Veteran battalions are comprised of experienced individuals who have participated in a number of conflicts. These veteran battalions are responsible for reconnaissance, skirmishing and limited special operations including air assault and other aspects of unconventional warfare.

 

Infantry Weapons

M15 Rifle

Weight: 3.26 kg

Length: 1000 mm

Barrel length: 508 mm

Cartridge: 5.56×45mm

Rate of fire: 700–950 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity: 948 m/s

Effective range: 800 meters

Feed system: 20 or 30-round detachable box magazine

Sights: Rear aperture sight and front post


M177 Carbine

Weight: 2.43 kg

Length: 830 mm

Barrel length: 290 mm

Cartridge: 5.56x45mm

Rate of fire: 700-950 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity: 840 m/s

Effective range: 500 meters

Feed system: 20 or 30-round detachable box magazine

Sights: Rear aperture sight and front post


M700 Rifle

Weight: 6.47 kg

Length: 1117 mm

Barrel length: 610 mm

Cartridge: 7.62x51mm

Rate of fire: Bolt-action

Muzzle velocity: 777m/s

Effective range: 1000 meters

Feed system: 5-round integral box magazine

Sights: Various sniper scopes

 

Support Weapons

M82 Machinegun

Weight: 5.3 kg

Length: 970mm

Barrel length: 400mm

Cartridge: 5.56x45mm

Rate of fire: 1200 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity: 875 m/s

Effective range: 1000 meters

Feed system: 100 or 200 round belt

Sights: Rear aperture sight and front post

 

M56 Machinegun

Weight: 11.79 kg

Length: 1263 mm

Barrel length: 630mm

Cartridge: 7.62x51mm

Rate of fire: 1000 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity: 840 m/s

Effective range: 800 meters

Feed system: 100 or 200 round belts

Sights: Folding leaf sight with aperture and notch, front blade

 

M134 High-Rate Machinegun

Weight: 38.5 kg

Length: 801.6 mm

Barrel length: 558.8 mm

Cartridge: 7.62x51mm

Rate of fire: 6000 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity: 853 m/s

Effective range: 1000 meters

Feed system: 5000 round belt

Sights: No fixed sight, optics may be attached

 

LA19 Mortar

Weight: 35.3 kg

Crew: 3

Barrel length: 1280 mm

Shell Weight: 4.2 kg

Caliber: 81 mm

Muzzle velocity: 225 m/s

Effective range: 5675 meters

Feed system: Manual

Sights: Optical with trilux illumination

 

AA81 Man Portable Air Defence System

Weight: 15.19 kg

Length: 1520mm

Crew: 1

Missile Weight: 10.1 kg

Velocity: 750 m/s

Effective range: 4800 meters

Guidance System: Infrared Homing

 

AT77 Anti-Tank Guided Missile System

Weight: 7.1. kg

Length: 1200mm

Diameter: 115mm

Warhead: Tandem High Explosive Anti-Tank

Velocity: 200 m/s

Range: 3000 meters

Guidance System: Semi-Automatic Command to Line of Sight Wire

 

AT87 Anti-Tank Rocket

Weight: 13.3 kg

Length: 950 mm

Caliber: 60 mm

Muzzle velocity: 115 m/s

Effective range: 920 meters

Sights: TS7 Telescopic Sight

 

Vehicles and Artillery

FV66 “Bear” Main Battle Tank

Weight: 56,000 kg

Length: 10.77 m

Width: 3.66 m

Height: 2.9 m

Crew: 4

Primary armament: G115 120mm Smoothbore Gun

Secondary armament: 2x M56 Machineguns

Operational range: 500 km

Speed: 48 km/h


FV20X Armoured Vehicle Series

Weight: 10,700 kg

Length: 5.97 m

Width: 2.5 m

Crew:

- FV201 “Cougar” Light Tank: 3 (up to 2 passengers)

- FV202 “Grizzly” Armoured Personnel Carrier: 3 (up to 6 passengers)

- FV203 “Husky” Armoured Recovery Vehicle: 2

Armament:

- FV201 “Cougar” Light Tank: G231 76mm Rifled Gun

- FV202 “Grizzly” Armoured Personnel Carrier: M134 High-Rate Machinegun and a M56 Machinegun

- FV203 “Husky” Armoured Recovery Vehicle: M56 Machinegun

Speed: 100 km/h


V110 Light Utility Vehicle

Weight: 1600 kg

Length: 4.55 m

Width: 1.79 m

Height: 2.03 m

Crew: 2 (6 passengers)

Primary armament: M134 High-Rate Machinegun

Secondary armament: M56 Machinegun

Operational range: 510 km

Speed: 160 km/h


FH78 Howitzer

Weight: 9,600 kg

Length: 9.8 m (travel)

Width: 2.2 m (travel)

Height: 2.5 m (travel)

Crew: 8

Caliber: 155mm

Range: 30km


LH64 Light Howitzer

Weight: 1,496 kg

Length: 5.18 m (travel)

Width: 1.96 m (travel)

Height: 1.59 m (travel)

Crew: 8

Caliber: 105mm

Range: 11 km

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The Aerial Corps

 

The only permanent military force of the league, the Aerial Corps primary role is to provide air support to the Terrestrial Corps, and ensure the skies of St. Lawrence are free from any enemy threat. Both the pilots and ground crew are volunteers, often drawn from the young ranks of draftees during basic training. The Aerial Corps is equipped with ground attack planes and fighters, as well as transports, command and control, refueling aircraft, and air defence artillery.

 

Fixed Wing Aircraft

FC-108 Interceptor

Role: Interceptor

Weight: 23,098 kg (empty)

Max takeoff weight: 46,508 kg

Length: 27.2 m

Wingspan: 17.5 m

Height: 6.7 m

Crew: 2

Armament:

- Guns: 4x AG61 20mm Rotary Cannon

- Missiles: 3x A2A-54 air-to-air missile - Internal rotary missile bay

- Bombs: 1814.4 kg

Hardpoints: 4 external

Operational range: 1104 nmi

Speed: Mach 3+

 

AC-25 Ground Attack Aircraft

Role: Ground Attack

Weight: 10,467 kg

Max takeoff weight: 12,961 kg

Length: 16.3 m

Wingspan: 17.4 m

Height: 5.4 m

Crew: 1

Armament:

- Guns: AG77 30mm Rotary Cannon

- Bombs and Missiles: up to 8350 kg of ordnance

Hardpoints: 10 external

Operational range: 250 nmi

Speed: 837 km/h

 

BC-70 Strategic Bomber

Role: Strategic Bomber

Weight: 115,030 kg

Max takeoff weight: 246,000 kg

Length: 57.6 m

Wingspan: 32 m

Height: 9.1 m

Crew: 2

Armament:

- Bombs and Missiles: Internal bomb bays carrying 34,000 kg of ordnance

Operational range: 3752 nmi

Speed: Mach 3

 

SC-17 Strategic Transport

Role: Strategic/Tactical Airlifter

Weight: 128,100 kg

Max takeoff weight: 265,350 kg

Length: 53 m

Wingspan: 51.75 m

Height: 16.8 m

Crew: 3

Operational range: 2420 nmi

Speed: 830 km/h

 

TC-130 Tactical Transport

Role: Tactical Airlifter

Weight: 34,400 kg

Max takeoff weight: 70, 300 kg

Length: 29.8 m

Wingspan: 40.4 m

Height: 11.6 m

Crew: 5

Operational range: 2050 nmi

Speed: 592 km/h

 

C-2 Light Transport

Role: Carrier-Capable Light Transport

Weight: 15,310 kg

Max takeoff weight: 24,655 kg

Length: 17.30 m

Wingspan: 24.6 m

Height: 4.85 m

Crew: 4

Operational range: 1300 nmi

Speed: 635 km/h

 

CC-2 AEW&CS

Role: Airborne Early Warning and Control

Weight: 18,090 kg

Max takeoff weight: 26,083 kg

Length: 17.6 m

Wingspan: 24.56 m

Height: 5.58 m

Crew: 5

Operational range: 1462 nmi

Speed: 648 km/h

 

RC-135 Refueling Aircraft

Role: Air Refueling and Transport

Weight: 44,663 kg

Max takeoff weight: 146,000 kg

Length: 41.54 m

Wingspan: 39.88 m

Height: 12.7 m

Crew: 3 (37 passengers)

Operational range: 9572 nmi

Speed: 933 km/h

 

Rotary Vehicles

AH-1 Attack Helicopter

Role: Attack Helicopter

Weight: 2998 kg

Max takeoff weight: 4540 kg

Length: 16.3 m

Height: 4.1 m

Crew: 2

Armament:

- Guns: AG197 20mm Cannon

- Rockets:14x R70 70mm Rockets

- Missiles: 8x AM80 Anti-Tank Missiles

Operational range: 311 nmi

Speed: 282 km/h

 

TH-46 Transport Helicopter

Role: Utility Helicopter

Weight: 2365 kg

Max takeoff weight: 4309 kg

Length: 17.4 m

Height: 4.39 m

Crew: 1-4

Armament: Variable; any machinegun can be mounted at the doors, rocket pods and M134 machineguns can be mounted on hardpoints.

Operational range: 247 nmi

Speed: 217 km/h

 

TH-47 Transport Helicopter

Role: Transport Helicopter

Weight: 10,185 kg

Max takeoff weight: 22,680 kg

Length: 30.1 m

Height: 5.7 m

Crew: 3

Armament: up to 3 pintle mounted medium machine guns

Operational range: 400 nmi

Speed: 240 km/h

 

Air Defence Weapons

GAF-3 Anti-Aircraft Autocannon

Weight: 6700 kg

Length: 7.8 m

Barrel Length: 3.15 m

Shell: 35x228mm High Explosive Incendiary

Carriage: 4 wheels with outriggers

Rate of Fire: 550 rounds/minute

Muzzle Velocity: 1157 m/s

Effective Range: 4000 meters (Ceiling)

 

AM-12 Air Defence System

Type: Mobile, long range surface-to-air missile with anti-ballistic missile capability

Missile Weight: 700 kg

Missile Length: 5800 mm

Missile Diameter: 410 mm

Detonation mechanism:

Propellent: Solid-fuel rocket

Range: 70 km

Speed: Mach 5

Guidance system: Radio command with Track Via Missile semi-active homing

Launch platform: Mobile trainable four-round semi-trailer

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The Maritime Corps

The Maritime Corps is responsible for maintaining the security of St. Lawrence’s waterways and territorial waters. A conscripted, part-time, volunteer force, much like the Terrestrial Corps, the Maritime Corps has several crews for each of it’s vessels, and rotate them throughout the year. The vast majority of it’s vessels are river patrol boats, designed to maintain control of the St. Lawrence River. There are currently three ships under construction, expected to launch within two years. There are two corvettes under construction in Quebec City, alongside an Amphibious Assault Ship.

 

Orca-Class

Type: Corvette

Displacement: 1450 tonnes

Length: 84 m

Beam: 10.3 m

Draft: 4.8 m

Propulsion: 1x Gas Turbine, 1x Diesel Engine

Speed: 30 knots

Range: 4000 nmi

Endurance: 25 days

Complement: 110

Armament:

- 1x NAG-64 76 mm Naval Gun 

- 8x S2S-84 Anti-Ship Missile (2x 4 Missile Launchers)

- 8x S2A-17 Surface-to-Air Missile (1x 8 cell VLS)

- 1x Depth Charge Launcher (below deck)

- 4x M134 High-Rate Machineguns

- 2x M80 Close In Weapon System

 

Caribou-Class

Type: Amphibious Assault Ship

Displacement: 39,967 tonnes

Length: 254 m

Beam: 40.2 m

Draft: 25.9 m

Propulsion: 2x boilers, 2x turbines

Speed: 24 knots

Range: 10,000 nmi

Troops: 1,700

Complement: 56 officers, 874 sailors

Boats & Landing Craft:

- 4x LC-701 Landing Craft

Armament:

- 2x NAG-45 127 mm Naval Gun

- 4x M80 Close In Weapon System

- 8x M134 High-Rate Machineguns

 

Otter Class

Type: River Patrol Boat

Displacement: 8.1 tonnes

Length: 9.8 m

Beam: 3.5 m

Draft: 0.61 m

Propulsion: 2x 22 hp engines each driving a water pump jet

Speed: 28.5 knots

Complement: 4

Armament:

- 1x twin M134 High-Rate Machineguns (in a forward rotating tub)

- 1x single M134 High-Rate Machinegun (rear)

- 2x M56 Machineguns (side mounted)

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