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United Republic of Ireland Defense Forces

 
 
Functions of the Defense Forces include:
    Preparation for the defense of the state against armed attack.
    Assisting the provincial and local governments, including the protection of the internal security of the state.
    Peace-keeping, crisis management and humanitarian relief operations in support of the United Nations.
    Policing the fisheries, in accordance with the state's obligations under international agreements.
    Miscellaneous civil contingency duties requested by the Government such as search and rescue, air ambulance provision, providing secure air transport for ministers, assistance in the event of natural and other disasters, ensuring the maintenance of essential services, and assisting in dealing with oil pollution at sea.
 
 
High Military Command
Commander-in-Chief: Grand Chancellor Leonardo Kennedy
Minister of Defense: Mr. Brendon Calbert
    General of the Army- Gen. Angelo Darrell
    General of the Air Force- Gen. Talon Laurie
    Admiral of the Navy- ADM Mark Montgomery
    Commandant of the Marine Corps- Gen. Elliot Haskett
 
 
Armed Forces Alert Status as of 2/18XX
Current DEFCON Status: DEFCON 4
 

OOC- http://cybernations.wikia.com/wiki/Irish_Defense_Forces

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ARMY

 

The roles of the Army are:

    To defend the United Republic against armed aggression.
    To give aid to the civil power (ATCP). This means that the Army assists, when requested, the Provincial and local governments in times of emergency or distress.
    To participate in multinational peace support, crisis management and humanitarian relief operations in support of the United Nations peacekeeping missions.
    To carry out other duties which may be assigned to them from time to time. For example, assistance on the occasion of natural disasters, assistance in connection with the maintenance of essential services, etc.

 

OOC- http://cybernations.wikia.com/wiki/Irish_Defense_Forces#Army

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AIR FORCE

 

Primary roles are defined as:

    Support of the Army
    Support of the Naval Service
    Aid to the Civil Power
    Aid to Civil Community
    Aid to Government departments


OOC- http://cybernations.wikia.com/wiki/Irish_Defense_Forces#Air_Force

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NAVY

 

The primary role is defined as "National Security", with secondary roles which include:

    Fishery Protection
    Aid to the Civil Power
    Drug Interdiction
    Maritime Safety
    Diving Operations
    Pollution Control
    Overseas Mission Support

 

OOC- http://cybernations.wikia.com/wiki/Irish_Defense_Forces#Naval_Fleet_Composition

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MARINE CORPS

 

Mission:

    The seizure or defense of advanced naval bases and other land operations to support military campaigns;
    The development of tactics, technique, and equipment used by amphibious landing forces in coordination with the Army and Air Force; and
    Such other duties as the Grand Chancellor may direct.

 

The Marine Corps fulfills a vital role in national security as an amphibious, expeditionary, air-ground combined arms task force, capable of forcible entry from the air, land, and sea. It is capable of asymmetric warfare with conventional, irregular, and hybrid forces.

 

OOC- http://cybernations.wikia.com/wiki/Irish_Defense_Forces#Marine_Corps

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   41st Air Control Wing
   6th Airlift Wing
   22nd Air Refueling Wing

 

These are force multipliers (AAR AT and AWACS). Shift them to Shannon airbase away from potential enemies where they are behind your fighter screen. The Galway air component needs to cover Cork, Waterford and the interior.

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AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND

 

It is a branch of the Air Force that provides aerospace warning, air sovereignty, and defense for the Republic of Ireland. It utilizes several highly classified weapons systems in order to protect Ireland from terrorist or foreign attack.

 

OOC- http://cybernations.wikia.com/wiki/Irish_Defense_Forces#Air_Defense_Systems

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Public Notice:

On behalf of Southern Firearms, Hernandez-Segura Systems and Bulldog Armored Vehicles, hereafter referred to as the plaintiffs, the government of Selenarctos is prepared to take against the corporations, companies, or entities supplying the Irish Defense Force (hereafter referred to as the parties in question) for violations of the plaintiffs' intellectual property.

The specific products we believe violate the plaintiffs' patents and production rights are as follows:
  • Centurion C-RAM system
  • Multiple Launch Rocket System
  • MP7A1
  • MK47 SGL
  • M252 81mm Mortar
  • Humvee
We request an immediate injunction against further sales by the parties in question. We further request that the plaintiffs be paid for all profits lost during the construction of the Irish Defense Force and any other sales the parties in question may have undertaken, as well as the handover of unsold inventory of these products and a permanent production ban until the parties in question come to an agreement with the plaintiffs. Finally we ask that stricter measures be taken to prevent future recurrences.

Secretary Liku Meng,
Selenarctos Department of Justice


OOC: You linked to the pictures from my factbook. :P
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DETAILED AIR FORCE STRUCTURE

 

2nd Test Wing
   1st Flight Test Squadron
   2nd Flight Test Squadron
   3rd Flight Test Squadron
   4th Flight Test Squadron

 

10th Fighter Wing
   1st Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)
   2nd Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)
   3rd Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)
   4th Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)

   5th Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)

 

11th Fighter Wing
   6th Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)
   7th Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)
   8th Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)

   9th Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)

   10th Fighter Squadron (12, F-22)

 

12th Fighter Wing

   11th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   12th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   14th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   15th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)

 

14th Fighter Wing
   16th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   17th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   18th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   19th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)

 

15th Fighter Wing
   20th Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   21st Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   22nd Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)
   23rd Fighter Squadron (12, F-15 SE)

 

16th Fighter Wing

   24th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)
   25th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

   26th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)
   27th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

   28th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

 

17th Fighter Wing
   29th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)
   30th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)
   31st Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

   32nd Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)
   33rd Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

 

18th Fighter Wing
   34th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)
   35th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

   36th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)
   37th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

   38th Fighter Squadron (12, Rafale MRF)

 

41st Electronic Combat Wing
   1st Electronic Combat Group
      o 11th Electronic Combat Squadron (12, EA-18G)
      o 12th Electronic Combat Squadron (12, EA-18G)
   2nd Electronic Combat Group
      o 14th Electronic Combat Squadron  (10, EC-130H)
      o 15th Electronic Combat Squadron (10, EC-130H)

 

42nd Electronic Combat Wing

   3rd Electronic Combat Group

      o 16th Electronic Combat Squadron (12, EA-18G)

      o 17th Electronic Combat Squadron (12, EA-18G)
   4th Electronic Combat Group
      o 18th Electronic Combat Squadron  (10, EC-130H)
      o 19th Electronic Combat Squadron (10, EC-130H)

 

4th Bomb Wing
      o 1st Bomber Squadron (12, B-1B)
      o 2nd Bomber Squadron (12, B-1B)
      o 3rd Bomber Squadron (12, B-1B)
      o 4th Bomber Squadron (12, B-1B)
      o 5th Bomber Squadron (12, B-1B)

      o 6th Bomber Squadron (12, B-1B)

 

5th Bomb Wing
      o 7th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)
      o 8th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)
      o 9th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)

      o 10th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)

 

6th Bomb Wing

      o 11th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)
      o 12th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)
      o 14th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)

      o 15th Bomber Squadron (12, B-2 Royal)

 

7th Bomb Wing

      o 16th Bomber Squadron (12, B-52)
      o 17th Bomber Squadron (12, B-52)
      o 18th Bomber Squadron (12, B-52)

      o 19th Bomber Squadron (12, B-52)

      o 20th Bomber Squadron (12, B-52)

 

1st Reconnaissance Wing
   1st Operations Group
      o 1st Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 2nd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 3rd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, RC-135)

      o 4th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, Sentinel R1)
   61st Reconnaissance Group
      o 5th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 6th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 7th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 8th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, DQ-4B)

2nd Reconnaissance Wing

  2nd Operations Group
      o 1st Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 2nd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 3rd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, RC-135)

      o 4th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, Sentinel R1)
   62nd Reconnaissance Group
      o 5th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 6th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 7th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 8th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, DQ-4B)

 

3rd Reconnaissance Wing

  3rd Operations Group
      o 1st Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 2nd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 3rd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, RC-135)

      o 4th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, Sentinel R1)
   63rd Reconnaissance Group
      o 5th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 6th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 7th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 8th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, DQ-4B)

 

4th Reconnaissance Wing

  4th Operations Group
      o 1st Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 2nd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, E-767)
      o 3rd Reconnaissance Squadron (5, RC-135)

      o 4th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, Sentinel R1)
   64th Reconnaissance Group
      o 5th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 6th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 7th Reconnaissance Squadron (20, DQ-9)
      o 8th Reconnaissance Squadron (10, DQ-4B)

22nd Air Refueling Wing
   1st Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   2nd Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   3rd Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   4th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)

 

23rd Air Refueling Wing
   5th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   6th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   7th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   8th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)

 

24th Air Refueling Wing
   9th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   10th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   11th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
   12th Air Refueling Squadron (5, KC-767)
 
6th Special Operations Wing
   1st SPECOPS Helicopter Squadron (10, CH-47F)
   2nd SPECOPS Helicopter Squadron (20, H-725)
   3rd SPECOPS Helicopter Squadron (20, V-22 Osprey)

   4th SPECOPS Helicopter Squadron (30, ARH-6)
   20th SPECOPS Airlift Squadron (12, MC-130)
   21st SPECOPS Attack Squadron (12, ATT-130)
 
3rd Airlift Wing
   9th Operations Group
      o 1st Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 2nd Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 3rd Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)
      o 4th Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)

      o 5thAirlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 6th Airlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 12th Heavy Airlift Squadron (5, A-225)
 
4th Airlift Wing
   10th Operations Group
      o 1st Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 2nd Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 3rd Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)
      o 4th Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)

      o 5thAirlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 6th Airlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 12th Heavy Airlift Squadron (5, A-225)

 

 

5th Airlift Wing
   11th Operations Groupo

      o 1st Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 2nd Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 3rd Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)
      o 4th Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)

      o 5thAirlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 6th Airlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 12th Heavy Airlift Squadron (5, A-225)

 
6th Airlift Wing
   12th Operations Group
      o 1st Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 2nd Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 3rd Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)
      o 4th Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)

      o 5thAirlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 6th Airlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 12th Heavy Airlift Squadron (5, A-225)

 

7th Airlift Wing
   14th Operations Group

      o 1st Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 2nd Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 3rd Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)
      o 4th Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)

      o 5thAirlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 6th Airlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 12th Heavy Airlift Squadron (5, A-225)

 

8th Airlift Wing
   15th Operations Group
      o 1st Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 2nd Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 3rd Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)
      o 4th Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)

      o 5thAirlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 6th Airlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 12th Heavy Airlift Squadron (5, A-225)

 

9th Airlift Wing
   110th Operations Group
      o 1st Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 2nd Airlift Squadron (10, C-17)
      o 3rd Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)
      o 4th Airlift Squadron (15, C-130)

      o 5thAirlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 6th Airlift Squadron (10, C-5)

      o 12th Heavy Airlift Squadron (5, A-225)

Helicopter Squadron (Each Air Base has one.)
   A Flight (10, V-22)

   B Flight (10, H-725)
 
TOTAL OF 75/75 AIRCRAFT SQUADRONS THAT PERTAIN TO THE LIMIT
-61 Air Force
-14 Navy

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AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND

 

HIGHLY CLASSIFIED

 

The Ministry of Defense has purchased 200 units of the S-300V4 SAM. Specifications are as follows:
 

Air Defense Missile System Features:

    high degree of battle performance automation owing to high-speed digital computers;
    phased array radars;
    advanced radar data processing methods;
    high ECM immunity;
    high ability of autonomous operation;
    high mobility;
    high firepower potential, irrespective of air attack tactics or sequence;
    vertical launch from a special transport launch canister;
    maintenance-free operation of missiles for at least ten years;
    capability to defeat ballistic missile individual warheads;
    inertial guidance with radio command update and semi-active homing at the terminal phase;
    focused detonation of the missile warhead.

 

System Comprises:

    command post;
    circular scan radar;
    sector scan radar;
    multichannel missile guidance station (MMGS) (4);
    9A83M launcher (24);
    9A84M loader-launcher (24);
    9M82M air defense missiles;
    9M83M air defense missiles;
    maintenance vehicles;
    maintenance and repair vehicles;
    group SPTA set;
    electronic trainer for MMGS operators;
    transporter vehicles;
    set of missiles handling equipment.

 

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HIGHLY CLASSIFIED

 

The Ministry of Defense would allocate the appropriate funds to the newly formed Strategic Command of the Air Force. These funds would be used to develop and implement ballistic missiles in order to ensure the defense of Ireland. These missiles would NOT under any circumstances be nuclear or chemical in nature in accordance with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and International Laws.

 

The Strategic Command and its research would be overseen by Lieutenant General Joseph Newman.

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HIGHLY CLASSIFIED

 

The Strategic Command of the Air Force has developed the HMX 9 Ballistic Missile. this system will be used for defensive purposes only and in order for them to be deployed a series of checks must be performed. The decision to launch lies with the Commander  of Strategic Command. These missiles are NOT under any circumstances be nuclear or chemical in nature. The HMX 9 has a range of 200 miles and a CEP of 30 feet when using a combination of GPS and TV for terminal guidance. It can be ship-launched and land-launched.

 

Specifications:

Manufacturer: Ireland Aerospace Industries
Weight: 1.6-1.8 tons
Length:  5 meters
Diameter:  610 mm
Warhead:  570 kg warhead
Operational range: 200 mi

Speed: Mach 3
Flight altitude: 150,000 ft
Guidance system: GPS and TV terminal

 

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AEROSPACE DEFENSE COMMAND

 

HIGHLY CLASSIFIED

 

After careful review by High Military Command, the Minister of Defense has ordered several additions to the ADC. Large land radar nodes will be installed all over Ireland to detect incoming ballistic missile attacks and to coordinate an armed response. Radar nodes will also be built in the sea north, east, south, and west of the main island. The RX-1A Radar System will also be built along the southwest coastline to monitor the Atlantic Ocean for aircraft, military ships, and missiles. These systems will not replace any existing systems.

 

Gen. Reuben Clyburn, General of the Air Force, has also ordered that at least one fighter squadron of F-22 is to always be conducting air patrols over the Republic of Ireland. One AIRCONT767 and one AIRCONT737 are also to be in the air at all times in order to coordinate Missile Defense Reaction Systems and Radar Systems.

 

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RX-1A Radar System

 

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Land Radar Nodes

 

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Sea Radar Nodes

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STRATEGIC COMMAND

 

HIGHLY CLASSIFIED

 

Lt. Gen. Joseph Newman, Commanding Officer, has ordered the development and deployment of various types of satellites. These satellites will be used for military and civilian purposes. Communications satellites, Satellite navigation systems, and Reconnaissance satellites are to be deployed.
 

Reconnaissance Satellite Missions:

    High resolution photography
    Measurement and Signature Intelligence
    Communications eavesdropping
    Covert communications
    Detection of missile launches

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NAVY

 

PUBLIC:

 

The Navy has introduced its newest ship to the fleet, the Freedom-Class Destroyer. Six ships have been commissioned with an additional three expected some time later this year. Two destroyers have been assigned to Expeditionary strike Groups 1, 2, and 3.

 

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INS Black Eagle conducting sea trials

 

PRIVATE:

 

Research and development has begun for submarines and aircraft carriers.

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