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Ministerie van Defensie Official Military Database

Command:

Commandant der Strijdkrachten(CinC): Koning Apocalist

Commandant Landstrijdkrachten: Generaal Aethas Sunreaver

Commandant Luchtstrijdkrachten: Generaal Kael'thas Sunstrider

Commandant Zeestrijdkrachten: Generaal Lor'themar Theron

Commandant Strategische Wapens: Generaal Dath'Remar Sunstrider

General Overview:

Headquarters: Silvermoon

Army: 500,000 Soldiers

2,000 Tanks

Air Force: 70 Squadrons Fighters

15 Squadrons Bombers

Navy: 36 Ships

Strategic Weapons:

-Nuclear Weapons

-Chemical Weapons

-Biological Weapons

-Conventional Cruise Missiles

Army:

The Dutch Army is divided into 20 large divisions each consisting of 25,000 Soldiers which are then again divided into Regiments of 1,000 Soldiers of the 20 5 will remain Active at any time with the other 15 in a reserved state until further training or support is needed. Each Division with the exception of Airborne and Special Ops has each between 100-200 tanks

Active:

-1st Airborne Division

-4th Mechanized Division

-8th Infantry Division

-12th Infantry Division

-20th Special Ops Division

Reserve:

-2nd Airborne Division

-3rd Airborne Division

-5th Mechanized Division

-6th Mechanized Division

-7th Mechanized Division

-9th Infantry Division

-10th Infantry Division

-11th Infantry Division

-13th Infantry Division

-14th Infantry Division

-15th Infantry Division

-16th Infantry Division

-17th Infantry Division

-18th Special Ops Division

-19th Special Ops Division

Air Force:

The Dutch Air Force consists of in total 85 Squadrons of which 70 are Fighter and 15 bomber Logistic Aircfrat excluded. This is again divided into 7 Autonomous Wings each responsible for one part of the nation the first5 being regional Defense.

North:

8 Squadrons MiG-23s

1 Squadron Tu-95

East:

8 Squadrons MiG-23s

1 Squadron Tu-95

South:

8 Squadrons MiG-23s

1 Squadron Tu-95

West:

8 Squadrons MiG-23s

1 Squadron Tu-95

Silvermoon Defense:

5 Squadrons MiG-23s

Naval Taskforce:

13 Squadrons F-14s

First Assault Wing:

20 Squadrons MiG-23s

11 Divisions Tu-95s

Navy:

The Dutch Navy consists of 2 large fleets with each their own goals. The 1st being Territorial Defense and the Second an Offensive Fleet. In times of peace the 2nd Fleet will assist the 1st with Blue Water patrol andprotection of Civilian ships within their waters.

1st Fleet:

KMS Nimitz(Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier)

KMS Iowa(Iowa Class Battleship)

KMS Nassau(Iowa Class Battleship)

KMS Kidd(Kidd Class Destroyer)

KMS Ohio(Ohio Class Submarine)

KMS Kiev(Kiev Class Cruiser)

KMS Virginia(Viginia Class Frigate)

KMS Den Helder(Virginia Class Frigate)

KMS Willem(Pauk Class Corvette)

KMS Utrecht(Pauk Class Corvette)

KMS Limburg(Pauk Class Corvette)

KMS Gelderland(Pauk Class Corvette)

KMS Amsterdam(Pauk Class Corvette)

KMS Tarawa(Tarawa Class Landing Ship)

2nd Fleet:

KMS Silvermoon(Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier)

KMS Sunstrider(Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier)

KMS Rotterdam(Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier)

KMS Brussel(Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier)

KMS Groningen(Iowa Class Battleship)

KMS Flevoland(Iowa Class Battleship)

KMS Leiden(Kidd Class Destroyer)

KMS Zwolle(Kidd Class Destroyer)

KMS Antwerpen(Ohio Class Submarine)

KMS Oranje(Ohio Class Submarine)

KMS Enschede(Ohio Class Submarine)

KMS Luxemburg(Ohio Class Submarine)

KMS Brugge(Kiev Class Cruiser)

KMS België(Kiev Class Cruiser)

KMS Den Haag(Kiev Class Cruiser)

KMS Diekirch(Virginia Class Frigate)

KMS Vlaanderen(Virginia Class Frigate)

KMS Wallonië(Virginia Class Frigate)

KMS Quel'Thalas(Tarawa Class Landing Ship)

KMS Sunstrider(Tarawa Class Landing Ship)

KMS Sin'dorei(Tarawa Class Landing Ship)

KMS Kil'jaeden(Tarawa Class Landing Ship)

Strategic Weapons:

(OOC: For obvious reasons the following is Classified)

The Department of Strategic Weapons is the main operator of the WMD and Conventional Cruise Missiles within the nation. Maintaining the Trident Missiles and handing out release codes to the Navy should the need arise. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Conventional ICBMs are directly operated by the Department and as such has command authority over them. For handing out release codes the Department needs permission from the King when not available and enemy launches having been detected they can launch them without an executive order.

Arsenal

Nuclear:

-Minuteman III ICBM

-Trident Missile SLBM

Biological:

-Adapted version of Small Pox for quick release

-Adapted version of Yellow Fever for quick release

Chemical:

-Novichok Agent adapted for release by Missile

Conventional:

-Tomahawk

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M-16

Caliber: 5.56x45mm (.223 Remington), M193

Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt

Overall Length: 986 mm

Barrel Length: 508 mm

Weight(Empty/Loaded): 2.89 kg / 3.6 kg

Capacity: 30 Rounds

Rate of Fire: 650 - 750 rounds per minute

Muzzle Velocity: 945 m/s

Maxium effective range: 460 meters

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Dessert Eagle

Type: Single Action

Chambering: .357 Magnum, .41 Magnum (obsolete), .44 Magnum, .440 Cor-bon, .50 AE

Length overall: 10.24 in. - 260mm

Weight: 62 oz. - 1,715 g empty

Barrel length: 6 in. - 152 mm (also 10" - 254 mm)

Magazine: 9 (.357), 8 (.44) or 7 (.50) rounds

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M76

Caliber: 9x19mm Luger / Parabellum

Weight: 3,2 kg empty

Length (stock closed/open): 496 / 775 mm

Barrel length: 204 mm

Rate of fire: 720 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 36 rounds

Effective range: 150-200 meters

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M202

Caliber: 66 mm

Type:rocket

Overall length: 686 mm empty launcher, 883 mm loaded with clip

Weight: 5.22 kg unloaded, 12 kg loaded with clip of 4 rockets

Effective range: up to 200 m (750 m maximum)

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M40

Caliber: 7.62x51mm NATO (.308 Win)

Length: 1117mm (M40A1)

Weight: 4.08 kg empty w/o scope; 6.57 kg complete weapon

Barrel Length: 660mm (M40); 610mm (M40A1)

Magazine Capacity: 5 rounds in detachable box magazine

Sight: Redfield 3-9X (M40); Unertl 10x with Mil-Dots and BDC (M40A1)

Stock: Remington one piece wooden (M40); McMillan fiberglass (M40A1)

Max Effective Range: 800 meters

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Leopard 2

Crew: 4

Weight: 62 metric tons

Length: 7.7 m

Width: 3.7 m

Height: 3.0 m

Armament: 1 x Rheinmetall 120 mm L55 smoothbore gun

1 x coaxial 7.62 mm machine gun

1 x 7.62 mm anti-aircraft machine gun

Maximum speed: 72 km/hr

Maximum range: 500 km

Powerplant: MTU MB 873 multi-fuel, 1500 hp

Transmission: Renk HSWL 354

Gunner's sight: Rheinmetall Defence Electronics EMES 15 with thermal channel and laser rangefinder

Commander's sight: Rheinmetall Defence Electronics PERI-R17A2 with thermal channel

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MiG-23

Crew: one

- MiG-23U -- two

- MiG-23C -- two

Role: interceptor

fighter

Length: 55 ft (16.6 m)

Span : 46 ft, 9 in (14.26 m)

Ceiling: 18600 meters

Cruise range: 970 nm

Internal Fuel: 4600 kg

Payload: 2000 kg

Sensors: High Lark radar, RWR, IRST, Basic Bombsight

Drop Tanks: 800 L drop tank with 639kg of fuel for 67nm range

Armament: Cannon: GSh-23L 23mm

AS-7 Kerry, UV-16-57, FAB-500, AA-7, ,AA-8, AA-10, AA-11

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F-14

Function: Carrier-based multi-role strike fighter

Propulsion: F-14: two Pratt & Whitney TF-30P-414A

turbofan engines with afterburners;

F-14B and F-14D: two General Electric F-110-GE-400

augmented turbofan engines with afterburners

Thrust: F-14A: 20,900 pounds (9,405 kg) static thrust per engine;

F-14B and F-14D: 27,000 pounds (12,150 kg) per engine

Length: 61 feet 9 inches (18.6 meters)

Height: 16 feet (4.8 meters)

Maximum Takeoff Weight: 72,900 pounds (32,805 kg)

Wingspan: 64 feet (19 meters) unswept, 38 feet (11.4 meters) swept

Ceiling: Above 53,000 feet

Speed: Max Mach Number = 1.88

Cruise Mach Number = .72

Carrier Approach Speed = 125 kts

Mission Radius: 500 nm Hi-Med-Hi strike profile

380 nm Hi-Lo-Lo-Hi strike profile

Crew : Two: pilot and radar intercept officer

Armament: Up to 13,000 pounds of

Air-to-Air Missiles (up to)

6 AIM-7 Sparrows

4 AIM-9 Sidewinder

6 AIM-54 Phoenix

air-to-ground ordnance

MK-82 (500 lbs.)

4 MK-83 (1,000 lbs.)

4 MK-84 (2,000 lbs.)

MK-20 cluster bomb

4 GBU-10 LGB

GBU-12 MK-82 LGB

4 GBU-16 MK-83 LGB

4 GBU-24 MK-84 LGB

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Tu-95

General characteristics

* Crew: Seven - two pilots, one tailgunner, four others

* Length: 49.50 m (162 ft 5 in)

* Wingspan: 51.10 m (167 ft 8 in)

* Height: 12.12 m (39 ft 9 in)

* Wing area: 310 m² (3,330 ft²)

* Empty weight: 90,000 kg (198,000 lb)

* Loaded weight: 171,000 kg (376,200 lb)

* Max takeoff weight: 188,000 kg (414,500 lb)

* Powerplant: 4× Kuznetsov NK-12MV turboprops, 11,000 kW (14,800 shp)[38] each

Performance

* Maximum speed: 920 km/h (510 knots, 575 mph)

* Range: 15,000 km (8,100 nm, 9,400 mi) unrefueled

* Service ceiling 12,000 m (39,000 ft)

* Rate of climb: 10 m/s (2,000 ft/min)

* Wing loading: 606 kg/m² (124 lb/ft²)

* Power/mass: 235 W/kg (0.143 hp/lb)

Armament

* Radar-controlled Guns: 1 or 2× AM-23 23 mm cannon in tail turret

* Missiles: Up to 15,000 kg (33,000 lb), including the Kh-20, Kh-22, Kh-26, and Kh-55 air-to-surface missiles

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