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United Mexican States

 

 

 

 

Head of State: President David Gonzales

Capital: Ciudad Juarez

 

 

Provinces

 

Aguascalientes

Baja California
Baja California Sur
Chihuahua
Coahuila
Colima
Durango
Guanajuato
Jalisco
Nayarit
Nuevo Leon
San Luis Potosi
Sinoloa
Sonora
Tamualipas
Zacatecas
 
 
United Mexican States has Four Political Parties:
 
Current Ruling Party: Mexican Democracy Party (Centre Right )
Opposition Party: Mexican Liberal Party (Centre Left)

 

Others: Socialist Way (Left), Ecologist Green Party (Centre Right)
 
Currency: Mexican Peso
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Mexican National Army
 
 
Ten Armoured Divisions
Twenty Mechanised Divisions
Fourty Infantry Divisions
Ensenada Division (All Female Mechanised Division)
Two Air Assault Brigades
 
 
Armoured Division Complement
 
Two Hundred and Ten Viper/Merkava Mark III Main Battle Tanks
 
Three Hundred Marder 1A3 Infantry Fighting Vehicles
One Hundred and Fifty M1126 Infantry Carrier Vehicles
One Hundred and Eighty Humvee 4 x 4 Vehicles
 
Sixty M1134 Anti-Tank Guided Missile Vehicles
Thirty Six M109A5 155mm Self Propelled Howitzers
Twenty Four RM-70/85M Multiple Rocket Launchers
 
Ninety ZSU-23-4 Shilka Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Guns
Thirty 2K12 Kub-M1 Surface to Air Missile Systems
 
Twelve Thousand Combat Soldiers
 
 
Mechanised Division Complement
 
Three Hundred Marder 1A3 Infantry Fighting Vehicles
One Hundred and Fifty M1126 Infantry Carrier Vehicles
One Hundred and Eighty Humvee 4 x 4 Vehicles
 
Sixty M1134 Anti-Tank Guided Missile Vehicles
Thirty Six M109A5 155mm Self Propelled Howitzers
Twenty Four RM-70/85M Multiple Rocket Launchers
 
Ninety ZSU-23-4 Shilka Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Guns
Thirty 2K12 Kub-M1 Surface to Air Missile Systems
 
Twelve Thousand Combat Soldiers
 
 
Infantry Division Complement
 
Six Hundred M520 Goer 4 x 4 Trucks
 
Sixty M1134 Anti-Tank Guided Missile Vehicles
Fourty Eight M116 75mm Howitzers
Thirty Six M119 105mm Howitzers
Eighteen M777 155mm Howitzers
 
Ninety ZSU-23-4 Shilka Self Propelled Anti Aircraft Guns
Thirty 2K12 Kub-M1 Surface to Air Missile Systems
 
Twelve Thousand Combat Soldiers
 
 
Air Assault Brigade Complement
 
Thirty M1128 Mobile Gun Systems
Sixty Humvee 4 x 4 Vehicles
 
Fifteen M116 75mm Howitzers
Twelve M119 105mm Howitzers
Six M198 155mm Howitzers
 
Four Thousand Combat Soldiers
 
 
Infantry Weapons
 
M9 Pistol (9 x 19mm)
AKM Assault Rifle (7.62 x 39mm)
AKMS Assault Rifle (7.62 x 39mm) - Used by Air Assault Divisions
Salamander/Negev Light Machine Gun (5.56 x 45mm)
RPK Light Machine Gun (7.62 x 39mm)
L7A2 General Purpose Machine Gun  (7.62 x 51mm)
MG3 General Purpose Machine Gun (7.62 x 51mm)
M2HB Heavy Machine Gun (0.50mm)
M24 Sniper Weapon System (7.62 x 51mm)
M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System (7.62 x 51mm)
M82A1 Barrett Anti Materiel Rifle (0.50mm)
Mk 19 40mm Grenade Launcher
FGM-148 Javelin Guided Anti Tank Missile
FGM-172 Short-Range Assault Weapon
BGM-71 TOW Anti Tank Launcher
Panzerfaust 3-T Anti Tank Rocket Launcher
FIM-92 Stinger Man Portable Surface to Air Missile
M67 Fragmentation Grenade
M224 60mm Lightweight Mortar
M252 81mm Mortar
M120 120mm Mortar
 
 
 
Mexican Special Forces Corp
 
It is a Special Forces Corps Unified Command with 3 Special Forces Brigades (3 x Three Thousand Soldiers), a High Command GAFE Group (Three Thousand Soldiers), a Group assigned as an Airborne Brigade (Three Thousand Soldiers) and Four Amphibious Special Forces Groups (Four x Three Thousand Soldiers).
 
The Special Forces Brigades consist of nine SF battalions. The 1st Brigade has the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Battalions; the 2nd Brigade has the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Battalions; and the 3rd Brigade has the 4th and 9th Battalions and a Rapid Intervention Force group.
 
High Command Special Forces Airmobile is a Special Operations Unit of the Mexican Army. It's a group with no more than 100 members, carefully selected from the Mexican Army Special Forces Corps and specially trained in Counter Terrorist tactics. The unit's mission is to carry out the most delicate operations ordered directly by the President and the Secretary of National Defense.
 
The Amphibious Special Forces Groups are trained in amphibious warfare, they give the army extended force to the coastal lines.
 
Infantry Weapons
 
Five Seven Pistol (5.7 x 28mm)
FX-05 Xiuhcoatl Assault Rifle/Carbine (5.56 x 45mm)
P90 Personal Defence Weapon (5.7 x 28mm)
Model 870 Express Pump Action Shotgun (12 Gauge)
Salamander/Negev Light Machine Gun (5.56 x 45mm)
L7A2 General Purpose Machine Gun  (7.62 x 51mm)
MG3 General Purpose Machine Gun (7.62 x 51mm)
M2HB Heavy Machine Gun (0.50mm)
M24 Sniper Weapon System (7.62 x 51mm)
M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System (7.62 x 51mm)
M82A1 Barrett Anti Materiel Rifle (0.50mm)
Mk 19 40mm Grenade Launcher
FGM-172 Short-Range Assault Weapon
Panzerfaust 3-T Anti Tank Rocket Launcher
FIM-92 Stinger Man Portable Surface to Air Missile
M67 Fragmentation Grenade
M224 60mm Lightweight Mortar
M252 81mm Mortar
M120 120mm Mortar
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Mexican Air Force
 
 
Fixed Wing Squadrons
 
Thirty F-14E Super Tomcat Multi Role Fighter
Twenty F-16E Falcon Multi Role Fighter
Fifteen F/A-18D Hornet Multi Role Fighter
Five F-20 Tigershark Multi Role Fighter
 
Five B-1B Lancer Strategic Bomber
 
Twenty C-130J-30 Super Hercules Transport Aircraft (Twenty Per Squadron)
Ten KC-135R Stratotanker Aircraft (Ten Per Squadron)
 
 
Helicopter Squadrons
 
Ten AH-1Z Viper Attack Helicopter (Twenty Per Squadron
 
Fifteen UH-60 Black Hawk Utility Helicopter (Thirty Per Squadron)
Five CH-47D Chinook Transport Helicopter (Twenty Per Squadron)
Five CH-46D Sea Knight Cargo Helicopter (Twenty per Squadron)
 
 
UAV Squadrons
 
Four MQ-1 Predator Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (Fifteen per Squadron)
 
 
Ordinance
 
Mark 81 250 Pound Bomb
Mark 82 500 Pound Bomb
Mark 83 1000 Pound Bomb
Mark 84 2000 Pound Bomb
Mark 77 750 Pound Napalm Bomb
 
BLU-97/B Combined Effects Bomb
CBU-97 Sensor Fuzed Weapon
GBU-28 5000 Pound Bunker Buster Bomb
GBU-39 Small Diameter Bomb
 
AIM-9X Sidewinder Short Range Air to Air Missile
AIM-120 Medium Range Air to Air Missile
AGM-65K Maverick Air to Surface Missile
AGM-84 Standoff Land Attack Missile
AGM-86C Conventional Air-Launched Cruise Missile
AGM-88E Advanced Anti Radiation Guided Missile
AGM-114 Hellfire Air to Surface Missile
AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon
AGM-158 Joint Air to Surface Standoff Munition
Hydra 70 Rocket
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Mexican Navy
 
 
Thirty Azteca Class Patrol Vessels
 
- Azteca One to Azteca Thirty
 
Twenty Sierra Class Corvettes
 
- MNS Sierra One to MNS Sierra Twenty
 
Two Able Class Light Cruisers (Based on St Louis Class Light Cruiser)
 
- MNS Able
- MNS Archer
 
Four Allende Class Frigates
 
- MNS Allende
- MNS Abasolo
- MNS Victoria
- MNS Mina 
 
Two Rosarito Class Destroyers (Based on Gearing Class Destroyer)
 
- MNS Rosarito
- MNS San Fernando
 
 
 
Naval Infantry Force
 
The main task of the Infantería de Marina is to guarantee the Maritime Security of the country's ports and External and Internal Defense of the Country. To accomplish these responsibilities, the Corps is trained and equipped to take on any type of Operations from Sea, Air and Land.
 
To accomplish the necessary services and tasks, the Naval Infantry's overall responsibilities are to develop amphibious naval capabilities in the areas of operations of the Navy in order to mobilize naval troops immediately and decisively.
 
The Naval Infantry execute the following tasks:
- Command and Control: Planning, Preparation and Conduct of Operations.
- Amphibious Assault: To execute Amphibious Operations as part of a Naval Force.
- Air Assault: To run Infiltration Operations in areas of difficult access.
- Amphibious Command: To execute Special Operations such as: Reconnaissance, Incursions, 0 - --- Urban Combat and to support other Regular Operations.
- Combat Support: To execute operations in support of Artillery in the development of Amphibious and other Regular Forces Operations
- Reconnaissance: Operations to obtain information to support Operational Units.
- Immediate Response: To run Operations in Emergency Situations, to help the civilian population.
 
 
The Marine Forces are deployed under the following Marine Corps units:
 
Two Amphibious Reaction Forces: Deployed along the country's coastline, comprising Amphibious Infantry Battalions, Artillery Battalions, Amphibious Commando Battalions, Boat and Vehicle Battalions and Amphibious and Services Battalions.
 
- Thirty Naval Infantry Battalions (1,500 per Battalion),
 
Fifty AAVP-7A1 Amphibious Armoured Personnel Carriers
Eighty Humvee 4 x 4 Vehicles
 
Fifteen M116 75mm Howitzers
Twelve M119 105mm Howitzers
Six M198 155mm Howitzers
 
 
- One Presidential Guard Battalion (1000 Soldiers),
 
- One Paratrooper Battalion (1,500 Soldiers).
 
Eighty Humvee 4 x 4 Vehicles
 
Fifteen M116 75mm Howitzers
Twelve M119 105mm Howitzers
Six M198 155mm Howitzers
 
 
- Three Special Forces Groups
 
 
Infantry Weapons
 
Five Seven Pistol (5.7 x 28mm)
FX-05 Xiuhcoatl Assault Rifle/Carbine (5.56 x 45mm)
AKM Assault Rifle (7.62 x 39mm)
P90 Personal Defence Weapon (5.7 x 28mm)
Model 1100 Lightweight Pump Action Shotgun (20 Gauge)
Salamander/Negev Light Machine Gun (5.56 x 45mm)
L7A2 General Purpose Machine Gun  (7.62 x 51mm)
MG3 General Purpose Machine Gun (7.62 x 51mm)
M2HB Heavy Machine Gun (0.50mm)
M24 Sniper Weapon System (7.62 x 51mm)
M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System (7.62 x 51mm)
M82A1 Barrett Anti Materiel Rifle (0.50mm)
Mk 19 40mm Grenade Launcher
FGM-172 Short-Range Assault Weapon
Panzerfaust 3-T Anti Tank Rocket Launcher
FIM-92 Stinger Man Portable Surface to Air Missile
M67 Fragmentation Grenade
M224 60mm Lightweight Mortar
M252 81mm Mortar
M120 120mm Mortar
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Mexican Internal Militia
 
 
It is a Gendarmerie-like Paramilitary Federal Government Service in Mexico. Internal Militia support and reinforce the Mexican Police, deal with Large Scale Riots, Internal Armed Conflicts and Safeguarding of Highly Important Facilities. They are armed with AK-47 Assault Rifles and RPK Light Machine Guns, using 4x4 Technicals to move around. A Typical Unit is usually a Battalion One Thousand strong. Strength is expected to reach One Hundred and Fifty Thousand as an initial level.
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