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The Royal Franzharian Army

Commanding Officer: Field Marschall Jakos Korbin

Executive Officer: General Larsa Solidor

Headquarters: Capital Complex, Bastion

Field Offices: Oulu, Vaasa, Murmansk, Helsinki (Heanseatic Republic), Gotland City (Occupied Tunsheim)

Active Troops: 5,000

Garrisons/Battalions: 50 (100 Troops Each)

Reserves: 1,500

Non-Combat Personell: 1,200

Non-Combat Administrative Personell: 750

Approx. Mechanized Equipment Numbers: None Currently


The Royal Franzharian Airforce

Commanding Officer: General Johan Bach

Executive Officer: Lt. General Leon Sprekks

Headquarters: Capital Complex, Bastion

Field Offices: Vaasa

Active Pilots: ~100

Active Wings: 3 (~25 Pilots each on a Rotating Schedule)

Reserves: 250

Non-Combat Personell: 400

Non-Combat Administrative Personell: 375


8x AH-1 Cobra Helicopters

1x MiG-15 Squadron

1x F-100 Squadron

1x B-17 Squadron

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Royal Army - Order of Battle

Light Infantry

1st LI Batallion - Bastion

2nd LI Batallion - Bastion

3rd LI Batallion - Oulu

4th LI Batallion - Oulu

5th LI Batallion - Vaasa

6th LI Batallion - Vaasa

7th LI Batallion - Murmansk

8th LI Batallion - Murmansk

9th LI Batallion - [Designated for Foreign Deployment]

10th LI Batallion - Occupied Tunsheim

Heavy Infantry

1st HI Batallion - Bastion

2nd HI Batallion - Oulu

3rd HI Batallion - Vaasa

4th HI Batallion - Murmansk

5th HI Batallion - Travel

6th HI Batallion - Travel

7th HI Batallion - Travel

8th HI Batallion - Travel

9th HI Batallion - Occupied Tunsheim

10th HI Batallion - Occupied Tunsheim


1st Recon Batallion - Bastion

2nd Recon Batallion - Oulu

3rd Recon Batallion - Vaasa

4th Recon Batallion - Murmansk

5th Recon Batallion - Travel

6th Recon Batallion - Travel

7th Recon Batallion - Travel

8th Recon Batallion - Travel

9th Recon Batallion - Occupied Tunsheim

10th Recon Batallion - Occupied Tunsheim


1st Logistics Batallion - Bastion

2nd Logistics Batallion - Oulu

3rd Logistics Batallion - Vaasa

4th Logistics Batallion - Murmansk

5th Logistics Batallion - Travel

6th Logistics Batallion - Travel

7th Logistics Batallion - Travel

8th Logistics Batallion - Travel

9th Logistics Batallion - [Designated for Foreign Deployment]

10th Logistics Batallion - Occupied Tunsheim


1st Engineering Batallion - Bastion

2nd Engineering Batallion - Oulu

3rd Engineering Batallion - Vaasa

4th Engineering Batallion - Murmansk

5th Engineering Batallion - Travel

6th Engineering Batallion - Travel

7th Engineering Batallion - Hanseatic Republic

8th Engineering Batallion - Travel

9th Engineering Batallion - [Designated for Foreign Deployment]

10th Engineering Batallion - Occupied Tunsheim

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Rank Structure



RCT: Recruit

PVT: Private

PFC: Private First Class

LCPL: Lance-Corporal

CPL: Corporal

SGT: Sergeant

SSGT: Staff Sergeant

SFC: Sergeant First Class

MSGT: Master Sergeant

SGM: Sergeant Major

CSGT: Command Sergeant



2LT: Second Lieutenant

1LT: First Lieutenant

CPT: Captain

MAJ: Major

LTCOL: Lieutenant Colonel

COL: Colonel

BGEN: Brigadier General

MGEN: Major General

LGEN: Lieutenant General

GEN: General

FMAR: Field Marschall

LDGEN: Lord General

Air Force


RCT: Recruit

PVT: Private

PFC: Private First Class

CPL: Corporal

SSGT: Staff Sergeant

MSGT: Master Sergeant

WO: Warrant Officer



2LT: Second Lieutenant

1LT: First Lieutenant

CPT: Captain

MAJ: Major

LTCOL: Lieutenant Colonel

COL: Colonel

BGEN: Brigadier General

MGEN: Major General

LGEN: Lieutenant General

GEN: General

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OOC: Between PFC and Corporal, you'll really want the rank of Lance-Corporal, trust me. It's the transfer rank from non-rate to NCO, and its where most NCO's learn the most before they BECOME NCO's. It's the first rank that actually gives you some amount of responsibility, and it prepares you for your position as a Non-Commissioned Officer. Also, no PFC's in the Airforce? You'll really want at least two ranks from PVT to CPL.

Other than that, this is a fine set up.

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OOC: Nice job, thanks for posting this.

OOC: Yeah, it was getting difficult to keep track of things like Officers and Troop Placements, especially as I got bigger, so now I have an easily referenceable guide. It's more for my own sanity, but if other's find it semi-useful or sorta like it, double points. :lol:

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T-91 Fuhito (OOC: Soviet Sukhoi SU-17 [1970] Equivalent)

Role: Fighter-Bomber


General characteristics

Crew: One

Length: 19.02 m (62 ft 5 in)


Spread: 13.68 m (44 ft 11 in)

Swept: 10.02 m (32 ft 10 in)

Height: 5.12 m (16 ft 10 in)

Wing area:

Spread: 38.5 m² (415 ft²)

Swept: 34.5 m² (370 ft²)

Empty weight: 12160 kg (26,810 lb)

Loaded weight: 16400 kg (36,155 lb)

Max takeoff weight: 19430 kg (42,835 lb)

Powerplant: 1× Lyulka AL-21F-3 afterburning turbojet

Dry thrust: 76.4 kN (17,185 lbf)

Thrust with afterburner: 109.8 kN (24,675 lbf)

Fuel capacity: 3770 kg (8,310 lb)


Maximum speed:

Sea level: 1400 km/h (755 knots, 870 mph)

Altitude: 1860 km/h (1,005 knots, 1,155 mph, Mach 1.7)


Combat: 1150 km (620 nm, 715 mi) in hi-lo-hi attack with 2,000 kg (4,410 lb) warload

Ferry: 2300 km (1,240 nm, 1,430 mi)

Service ceiling: 14200 m (46,590 ft)

Rate of climb: 230 m/s (45,275 ft/min)

Wing loading: 443 kg/m² (90.77 lb/ft²)

Thrust/weight: 0.68

G-force limit: 7

Airframe lifespan: 2,000 flying hours, 20 years

Armament: 2× 30 mm Nudelman-Rikhter NR-30 cannon, 80 rounds per gun , Two underwing launch rails for R-60 (AA-8 'Aphid') air-to-air missiles for self-defense, Up to 4000 kg (8,820 lb) on ten hardpoints (three under the fixed portion of each wing, four on the fuselage sides), including free-fall bombs, rocket pods, cluster bombs, SPPU-22-01 cannon pods with traversable barrels, ECM pods, napalm tanks.

T-21 Dragon (OOC: American F-16 Fighting Falcon [1974] Equivalent)

Role: Multipurpose, Dogfighter


General characteristics

Crew: 1

Length: 49 ft 5 in (14.8 m)

Wingspan: 32 ft 8 in (9.8 m)

Height: 16 ft (4.8 m)

Wing area: 300 ft² (27.87 m²)

Airfoil: NACA 64A204 root and tip

Empty weight: 18,900 lb (8,670 kg)

Loaded weight: 26,500 lb (12,000 kg)

Max takeoff weight: 42,300 lb (19,200 kg)

Powerplant: 1× F110-GE-100 afterburning turbofan

Dry thrust: 17,155 lbf (76.3 kN)

Thrust with afterburner: 28,600 lbf (128.9 kN)


Maximum speed:

At sea level: Mach 1.2 (915 mph, 1,470 km/h)

At altitude: Mach 2+ (1,500 mph, 2,414 km/h)

Combat radius: 340 mi (295 nm, 550 km) on a hi-lo-hi mission with six 1,000 lb (450 kg) bombs

Ferry range: 2,280 NM (2,620 mi, 4,220 km) with drop tanks

Service ceiling: 60,000+ ft (18,000+ m)

Rate of climb: 50,000 ft/min (254 m/s)

Wing loading: 88.3 lb/ft² (431 kg/m²)

Thrust/weight: 1.095


Guns: 1× 20 mm (0.787 in) M61 Vulcan gatling gun, 515 rounds

Hardpoints: 2× wing-tip Air-to-air missile launch rails, 6× under-wing & 3× under-fuselage pylon stations holding up to 20,450 lb (9,276 kg) of payload

Rockets: 4× LAU-61/LAU-68 rocket pods (each with 19× /7× Hydra 70 mm rockets, respectively)

Missiles: Various Configurations Available

H-75 115mm Howitzer Cannon (OOC: American M114 155mm Howitzer [1939] Equivalent)

Role: Artillery


Weight: 5,800 kg (12,787 lbs) (traveling), 5,600 kg (12,346 lbs) (combat)

Length: 7.315 m (24 ft) (traveling)

Barrel Length: bore: 3.564 m / 23 calibers, overall: 3.79 m / 24.5 calibers

Width: 2.438 m (8 ft) (traveling)

Height: 1.803 m (6 ft) (traveling)

Crew: 11


Shell: Separate-loading bagged charge

Caliber: 155 mm

Breech: Slow-cone interrupted screw

Recoil: Hydropneumatic system

Carriage: Split trail

Elevation: -2 to +63 degrees

Traverse: 24 degrees (left), 25 degrees (right)

Rate of Fire: burst: 4 rounds per minute, sustained: 40 rounds per hour

Muzzle Velocity: 563 m/s (1,847 ft/s)

Maximum Range: 14,600 m (15,967 yds)

S-94 'Sharptooth' Sub-machine Gun (OOC: American Smith & Wesson M76 SMG [1967] Equivalent)


Weight: Unloaded: 7.25 lbs, Loaded: 8.75 lbs

Length: Stock folded: 2.25 inches, Stock extended: 30.50 inches

Barrel Length: 8 inches


Cartridge: 9x19mm Parabellum

Action: Blowback

Rate of Fire: 720 rounds/min

Feed System: 14, 24 or 36-round magazine

Sights: Front: protected blade, rear: fixed aperture

R-36 'Talon' Automatic Rifle (OOC: American M14 Automatic Rifle [1957] Equivalent)


Weight: 5.2 kg (11.5 lb)

Length: 1,181 mm (46.5 in)

Barrel length: 559 mm (22 in)


Cartridge: 7.62x51mm NATO

Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Rate of Fire: 700–750 rounds/min

Muzzle Velocity: 854.475.4 m/s (2,800 ft/s)

Effective Range: 460 m (500 yd), 800+ m (875 yd) (with optics)

Feed System: 20-round detachable box magazine

Sights: Aperture rear sight, "barleycorn" front sight

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