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Government Type: Absolute Monarchy

Monarch: His Highness Kerala Varma

Capital: Cochin

Official Languages: English, Malayalam, Sanskrit

Minority Languages: Arabic, German, Russian, Urdu, Pashtun

Major Religions: Hinduism

Minor Religions (under 2%): Christianity, Buddhism, Atheist, Islam, Judaism

National Motto: Honor is our family treasure

National Anthem:

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ROYAL DURBAR MEMBERS

Crown Prince : His Royal Highness Vikram Kerala Varma

Secretary of External Affairs: Mr. KP Varma

Secretary of Finance: Dr. Syed Sharafudeen

Commander, RCDF: Gen. Mahesh Varma

Commander, RCPF : Gen. Mohammed Faraz

Secretary of Interior: Mr. Revin George

Secretary of Industry: Dr. Mathew Joseph

Secretary of Transportation: Mrs. Andrea Stephen

Secretary of Agriculture: Dr. Girin Nayak

Secretary of Health: Dr. Prakash Krishnan

Secretary of Natural Resources: Dr. Kavya Moosad

They head their own respective Departments with Secretariats.

Administrative Organization of The Kingdom of Cochin

There are 21 provinces and Cochin as its capital. Cochin is the new name given to the historical town of Kashi or Kashgar in Himalayas.Each Province is governed by a Provincial Governor assisted by a Deputy Inspector General of Police who holds a rank of Major General. Provinces are divided into Districts. Each district shall be administered by a Superintendent of Police holding a rank of Brigadier General. Cities shall be administered by Mayors and assisted by Commissioners of Police who shall be a Colonel.

The Military Provinces are ruled by senior Military Commander of that sector and are those territories with significantly less civilian population. Special permits are required for travel to Military Provinces.

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The Provinces are:

  1. Xinjiang
  2. Tibet
  3. Assam
  4. Bengal
  5. Bhutan
  6. Sikkim
  7. Nepal
  8. Bihar
  9. Uttar Pradesh
  10. Himachal Pradesh
  11. Jammu
  12. Punjab
  13. Haryana
  14. Rajasthan
  15. Gujarat
  16. Madhya Pradesh
  17. Orissa
  18. Andhra Pradesh
  19. Maharashtra
  20. Karnataka
  21. Kerala
  22. Tamil Nadu
  23. Lakshadweep-Maldives Administration
  24. Andaman-Nicobar Administration
  25. Baloch Military Administration
  26. Gangothri Military Administration

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ROYAL COCHIN DEFENSE FORCES

COMMANDER: Gen. Mahesh Varma

Organisation:

Royal Cochin Army, Royal Cochin Navy, Royal Cochin Air Force, Quarter Master Command, Royal Cochin Special Forces, Strategic Command, Border Guards Command, Training Command are the principal agencies of the Royal Cochin Defense Forces.

The Kingdom has a substantial reserve formations to be activated during national crises.

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ROYAL COCHIN ARMY

Chief of Army Operations: Lt. Gen. Shankar Iyer

Composition:

1)Shock Army Divisions

First Tanks - 1SA

Wodeyar Tuskers - 2SA

Cochin's Armor - 3SA

King's Armor - 4SA

TOE:

T900 MBT - 750

BMP3 - 900

BTR90 - 800

BRDM - 800

HMMW - 500

2) Armored Cavalry Regiments

Cochin Horse - I ACR

Gosree Dragoons - II ACR

Royal Cochin Cavalry - III ACR

Royal Tripunithura Hussars - IV ACR

Trichur Horse - V ACR

Travancore Cavalry - VI ACR

Zamorin Horse - VII ACR

Royal Wodeyar Cavalry - VIII ACR

Royal Madras Hussars - IX ACR

Armored formation with a backbone of 350 T900 MBTs.

3)Mechanized Infantry Divisions

King's Regiment - I MD

Wodeyar Regiment - II MD

Goundar Regiment - III MD

Malabar Regiment - IV MD

Royal Carnatic Regiment - V MD

Royal Madras Regiment - VI MD

Naykar Regiment - VII MD

Venad Regiment - VIII MD

4) Airborne Divisions

Royal Cochin Airborne - I AD

Regent's Airborne - II AD

Marakkar's Airborne - III AD

Madras Airborne - IV AD

Carnatic Airborne - V AD

Venad Airborne - VI AD

5) Infantry Regiments

I Infantry Regiment

II Infantry Regiment

III Infantry Regiment

IV Infantry Regiment

V Infantry Regiment

VI Infantry Regiment

VII Infantry Regiment

VIII Infantry Regiment

IX Infantry Regiment

X Infantry Regiment

XI Infantry Regiment

XII Infantry Regiment

XIII Infantry Regiment

XIV Infantry Regiment

XV Infantry Regiment

Organization

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Royal Cochin Army Deployments and Table of Organization and Manpower

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ROYAL COCHIN NAVY

Chief of Naval Operations: Vice Adm. KP Marakkar

Composition:

1) Carrier Task Force - 6

TOE:

Aircraft Carrier (Cochin class/Malabar class) - 1

Amindvi class Destroyer - 2

Nilambur class Frigate - 3

Attack submarine, SBX class - 1

Midget Submarine - 4

2) Cruiser Task Force - 10

TOE:

Kavaratti class Cruiser - 2

Amindvi class Destroyer - 2

Nilambur class Frigate - 2

Attack submarine, SBX class - 1

Midget Submarine - 4

3) Submarine Task Force - 4

TOE:

Missile Submarine, SBM class - 1

Attack submarine, SBY class - 1

Attack submarine, SBZ class - 1

Midget Submarine - 6

4) Marine Task Force - 6

TOE:

Kottayam class Helicopter Carrier - 1

Landing Ship Tank - 2

Amindvi class Destroyer - 1

Nilambur class Frigate - 2

Missile Boat - 10

Midget Submarine - 4

RO/RO Carrier - 1

5) Independent Attack Submarine Squadrons

SB01 - 16 SBYs

SB02 - 16 SBXs

SB03 - 16 SBZs

SB04 - 16 SBZs

6) Marine Divisions - 6

Royal Cochin Navy Task Force Formations and Deployments.

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ROYAL COCHIN AIR FORCE

Chief of Aerial Operations: Air Vice Mar. Praveen Kumar

Composition:

SU30 - 6 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

MIG35 - 6 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

MIG29 - 14 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

MCA Jadayu - 10 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

HALOB ( High Altitude LOng range Bomber) - 70 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

MERAT ( MEdium RAnge Transport aircraft ) - 100 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

C130 Hercules - 400

C5 Galaxy - 200

MH53 - 500

Blackhawk - 2000

Bell 212 - 5000

MI26 - 50

UCAV-F, Hornet - 40 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

UCAV-B, Raven - 20 Regiments of 50 aircrafts each

S-RECO UAV - 3000

Raven, UAV - 3000

Royal Cochin Air Force Regimental Formations and Deployments.

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QUARTER MASTER COMMAND

Quarter Master General: Maj. Gen. Sandeep Zachariah

Organisation:

Logistics Corps

Supply and Maintenance Corps

Military Engineers Corps

Arms and Ammunition Corps

Military Vehicles Directorate

Defense Production Directorate

Defense Industries Consortium

Postal Insurance and Banking Directorate

Research and Testing Directorate

ROYAL COCHIN SPECIAL FORCES

Commander: Maj. Gen. Gokul Varma

Composition:

22 SF regiment

23 SF regiment

24 SF regiment

25 SF regiment

STRATEGIC COMMAND

Commander: Maj. Gen. Vijay Kerala Varma

Composition:

Strategic Engineers Corps

Strategic Artillery Corps

Strategic Reconnaissance Agency

Strategic Air Defense Command

BORDER GUARDS

Commander: Lt. Gen. Pankaj Seth

Composition:

Northern Command

Southern Command

Eastern Command

Western Command

Border Engineers Corps

Total - 20 Heavy Artillery Brigades

TRAINING COMMAND

Commander: Maj. Gen. Reena Cherian

Composition:

Army Training Command

Air Force Training Command

Special Forces Training Command

Joint Services Training Command

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ROYAL COCHIN POLICE FORCE

Commander: Gen. Mohammed Faraz

Divided into 7 Law Enforcement Zones,

National Capital Territory: Lt. Gen. Suri Badrinath

North Zone: Lt. Gen. Manoj Abraham

South Zone: Lt. Gen. Nithin Thomas

East Zone: Lt. Gen. Vijay R

West Zone: Lt. Gen. M Parthasarathy

Mid West Zone: Lt. Gen. Fayaz Mohammed

Mid East Zone: Lt. Gen. Vinay Rama Varma

Other Agencies,

National Intelligence Agency: Lt. Gen. Mahesh B Iyer

Central Bureau of Investigation: Lt. Gen. Harisena Varma

National reconnaissance Agency: Maj. Gen. Visakh Nair

Department of Prisons and Rehabilitation: Maj. Gen. Nelvin Joseph

Armed Reserve Police Force: Maj. Gen. Praveen Singh

Airborne Police Force: Wg. Cdr. Brijesh Hora

Railway Police Force: Brig. KP Induchoodan

Industrial Security Force: Brig. Rajendra Varma

SWAT Directorate: Brig. Manesh VM

Police Training Command: Maj. Gen. Bharathchandran

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Principal Industries of the Kingdom of Cochin

Navaratnas or the Nine Gems of Cochin industries

1. Larsen and Toubro- L&T is a world class construction and infrastructure development company that has executed many huge projects world wide. They are the principal contractors of Military Engineers Corps and have had roles in constructing the myriad of Airfields that dot the Kingdom.

2. State Bank of Tripunithura - SBT is a state owned enterprise and principal executors of the State Treasury. SBT also has a prominent commercial segment which finances all sorts of inductrial and commercial ventures in and out of Cochin.

3. Fertilizers And Chemicals Travancore Ltd - FACT is the largest company in Cochin's chemical industry. Their main business is in manufacturing products of agricultural industry but they have also made strategic inroads into Defense Industry. They had contributed hugely to the agricultural revelution that transformed the semi-arid landscape of Cochin.

4. Varma Institute of Fundamental Research - A scientific research institute directly run by Cochin's Royal Family, VIFR promotes technological research and advanced scientific research.

5. Tratum Infosystems Pvt. Ltd- Tratum is the largest and most successful IT company in Cochin. It's main businesses are in the fields of artificial intelligence, banking, aerospace, healthcare. Tratum also has a substantial R&D base and it has developed several of the CRICK supercomputers used by RCDF.

6. Encompass Technologies Pvt. Ltd. - ETPL is a company that deals with Physical, Electronic and Network Security and safety systems. ETPL is a leader in develping cutting edge surveillance and monitoring systems. ETPL is a partner in developing the satellites of RCDF's Strategic Command.

7. DNH Healthcare Pvt Ltd. - DNH is a giant in Cochin's Health care industry. It operates many super speciality hospitals in the Kingdom and has set up many charitable missions outside Cochin. The Royal Family is a shareholder in DNH.

8. Majestic Hospitality Services Pvt Ltd. - MHS is a leading hotel and restaurant chain in Cochin. They own prominent hotels such as the Grand Poorna in Cochin. MHS also has a number of hotels worldwide.

9. Kohinoor Rare Earths Limited - KREL is the leader in Cochin's mining industry. They own and operate several mines in and around Cochin mining coal and other minerals. KREL is also engaged in oil prospecting and operates the oil and natural gas field in Karagandy Province.

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Major Defense Industries and their products

Gosree Aeronautics Limited

GAL is a wholly state owned enterprise that produces the aircrafts for the Kingdom.

TATRA Automotive Works

TATRA is the most successful truck manufacturing company in Cochin. They produce a variety of vehicles for Royal Cochin Defense Forces

Mahindra & Mahindra

Mahindra and Mahindra is a major manufacturer of all terrain vehicles and SUVs.

Metal Storm

Cochin State Armory had bought out the Metal Storm company and its patented technologies.

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GAL

1. HALOB - High Altitude LOng range Bomber

HALOBs are based on the B52s and IL76s. They were developed as a long range bomber suitable for strategic area bombing. Since its inception it has also been widely used as a Heavy lift transport aircraft.

Features

Tonnage: 200 Tonnes

Range (in tank): 11000 Km

Midflight refuelling option

Powered by 8 GAL RE350 Jet engines

Cruise Altitude: 50000 Ft

Roles in RCDF:

Ultra Heavy Transport Aircraft

Long Range strategic bomber

Strategic AWACS

Aerial Tanker

2. MERAT - MEdium RAnge Tansport aircraft

MERATs are roughly based on C5 Galaxy and C141 Starlifter.

Features

Tonnage: 120 tonnes

Range (in tank): 6000 Km

Midflight refuelling option

Powered by 4 GAL RE350 Jet engines

Cruise Altitude: 45000 Ft

Roles in RCDF:

Heavy Transport Aircraft

Tactical AWACS

Aerial Tanker

Electronic Warfare platform

3. METAC - MEdium Transport AirCraft

METACs are roughly based on C130 Hercules and An32

Features

Tonnage: 50 tonnes

Range (in tank): 4000 Km

Midflight refuelling option

Powered by 4 GAL RD135 Jet engines

Cruise Altitude: 35000 Ft

Roles in RCDF:

General Purpose Transport Aircraft

Aerial Artillery Platform

Special Operations

Anti Submarine Warfare

Naval AWACS

Naval Electronics Warfare platform

Naval Aerial Tanker

4. UCAV-F (Hornet) - Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle - Fighter

Hornet is a 4th Generation fighter powered by 2 GAL RX100 engines with thrust vector. It is armed with two Vulcan 20 mm guns and two Metalstorm 20mm guns. It can be armed with 6 AAMs, 4 on wings and 2 on fuselage. It can also be fixed with 2 FAST Packs.

Hornet has a range of 500 km ,a service ceiling of 40000 ft and a top speed of 1.25 Mach. It has mid flight refuelling option. It has a BVR Radar.

Hornets are controlled from ground by specially trained Ground Controllers and connectivity is terrestrially, aerially or satellite based.

5. UCAV-B (Raven) - Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle - Bomber

Raven is a 4.5th Generation stealth bomber powered by 4 GAL RX100 engines. It is armed with 2 AAMs, wingmounted. It can be carry eight 4000 pound bombs on its fuselage and wings. It can also be fixed with 2 FAST Packs.

Raven has a range of 500 km ,a service ceiling of 40000 ft and a top speed of 0.8 Mach. It has mid flight refuelling option.

Ravens are controlled from ground by specially trained Ground Controllers and connectivity is terrestrially, aerially or satellite based.

6. S-RECO - Surveillance- RECOnnaissance vehicle

S-RECO is the main workhrose of Cochin's surveillance services. It is a light UAV powered by one GAL RX100 engine. S-RECO has a BVR down look radar scope, all waether IR cameras, stealthy bodyframe and laser targetting. With its BVR radar it can provide cluster AWACS capability for combat monitoring.

It has a service ceiling of 50000 Ft, a max speed of 0.7 Mach and can fly for 24 hours at a stretch.

7. LCH Piranha - Light Combat Helicopter

Piranha is the main attack helicopter of RCDF. It is a Fifth Generation Attack helicopter with a stealthy bodyframe, IR suppressed engines and non directional, noise suppressed blades.It is armed with 2 pods of sixteen 8 inch free flight rockets, 8 ATGMs and 2 AAMs. It also has a 7.62 mm MS GPMG and 2 Vulcan 20mm guns.

Piranha has mutually suspended rotor and body frame for added maneuverability and and enclosed tail rotor.

It has a max speed of 500 kmph, range of 500 km and is powered by 2 GAL RD350 engines.

8.MH53X

GAL has acquired rights to redesign and manufacture MH53s. The redesigned MH53s were classified MH53Xs. They are mainly used for Search and Rescue operations, Special operations etc. MH53Xs are now powered by 2 GAL RD550 engines.

9. UC60 - Blackhawk.

GAL has acquired rights to manufacture Blackhawk helicopters with the classification UC-60. They are mainly used for Search and Rescue, Special operations, Air Cavalry operations, ASW. The King uses a UC60 as his personal transport.

10. Bell 212

GAL has acquired rights to manufacture Bell 212s. They are used as general purpose helicopters and is the standard work horse of the RCDF .

TATRA Automotive Works

1. TATRA 4x4 tuck

2. TATRA 6x6 truck

3. TATRA 8x8 truck

4. TATRA 4x4 Mine Protected Vehicle

5. BMP3

6. BRDM

7. T72 Chassis

8. T100 MBT - It is the main work horse of Cochin's armor formations. It is a redesigned version of the T90S.

Mahindra & Mahindra

1. Mahindra AXE - The grandson of the vnerable Willy's Jeeps they are superb all terrain vehicles.

2. Mahindra Scorpio - It is rugged Sports Utility Vehicle and is much preferred to drive over the rugged terrains in parts of Cochin.

Metal Storm

1.MS 40mm grenade launcher

2. MS155 mm Self Propelled Gun

3. MS 155 mm Fixed Battery

4. MS 20 mm Aircraft Gun

5. MS 30 mm AAA

6. MS 7.62 mm General Purpose Machine Gun

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MISSILES

1. GG19 : Land based Intercontinental Ballistic Missile. Range: 10000km; Payload: 6 MIRV; Liquid Fueled

2. GS19: Submarine Launched Intercontinental Ballistic Missile. Range: 8000km; Payload: 6 MIRV; Liquid Fueled

3. GG20: Land based Intermediate Range Ballistic Missile. Range: 6000km; Liquid fueled

4. GG12: Land based Short Range Ballistic Missile. Range: 2000km; Solid Fueled

5. GS12: Sea based Short Range Ballistic Missile. Range: 2000km; Solid Fueled

6. GG10: Tactical Short Range Ballistic Missile. Range: 800km; Solid fueled

7. SD5: Air Defense Missile. Radar/ Infrared. Range: 300km

8. SD4: Air Defense Missile. Radar. Range: 200km

9. SD3: Air Defense Missile. Radar. Range: 150km

10. SD2: Air Defense Missile. Radar. Range: 70km

11. SD2R: Air Defense Missile. Infrared. Range: 30km

12. AIM-RL: Air to Air Missile, Radar guided. Range: 120 km

13. AIM-R: Air to Air Missile, Radar guided. Range: 70 km

14. AIM-H: Air to Air Missile, Heat guided. Range: 40 km

15. SHARM: Anti-Radiation Missile. Range: 50 km

16. SHRIKE: Air to Surface Missile. Laser/TV/GPS guided. Range 70km.

17. POSID: Anti Ship Missile. Radar/ TV/IR guided. Range: 100km

18. KUB: Supersonic Cruise missile. Range: 1500 KM.

19. TKM2: Anti Tank Missile: Laser/ IR guided ATGM. Range: 5 km

20. MPS - Man Portable IR Guided Surface to Air Missile - Range - 15 km

MUNITIONS

Mk.100 Torpedo - Standard Naval Torpedo

GOAB - Fuel Air Bomb

BKT1 - Bunker Buster Bomb, deep penetration fuel air bomb

BKT2 - Deep penetration HIgh Explosive bomb

GB1 - Standard 2000 pound bomb

GB2 - Standard 1000 pound bomb

GB3 - Cluster Munituions bomb

GB4 - Anti Armor Cluster Munitions bomb

GB5 - 2000 pound Fuel Air Bomb

GB6 - Napalm Bomb

MNP - Anti Personnel Mine

MNT - Anti Vehicle Mine

MNS - Anti Ship Mine

NMP1 - 2000 pound NNEMP bomb

GBX2 - 1 MT Gravity Bomb, Thermonuclear

GBX1 - 4 MT Gravity Bomb, Thermonuclear

GBX5 - 500 KT Gravity Bomb

GBX4 - 100 KT Gravity Bomb

GBX3 - 50 KT Gravity Bomb

GX11 - 1 KT 155mm Artillery Shell

GX12 - 0.5KT 155mm Artillery Shell

GX13 - 250T 155mm Artillery Shell

GX14 - 20T 155mm Artillery Shell

C50 - 500 KT BM warhead

C25 - 250 KT BM warhead

C30 - 500 KT KUB warhead

C31 - 250 KT KUB warhead

C22 - 10 MT BM warhead, Thermonuclear

C10 - 5 MT KUB warhead, Thermonuclear

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ROYAL COCHIN ARMY TOE

SHOCK ARMY DIVISION

Armored formation with base of 750 T150 MBTs.

TOE: 750 T150, 900 BMP3, 800 BTR90, 800 BRDM, 500 Axe, 500 SPG, 300 MRLS, 100 Piranha attack helicopters, 1000 support trucks and 350 support helicopters (GAL Blackhawk and GH44)

Total Assault Soldiers: 10000

Total Personnel :43,950

ARMORED CAVALRY REGIMENT

Armored formation with base of 350 T150 MBTs.

350 T150, 400 BMP3, 400 BTR90, 500 BRDM, 300 Axe, 200 SPG, 50 MRLS, 50 Piranha attack helicopters, 500 support trucks and 100 support helicopters (GAL Blackhawk and GH44)

Total Assault Soldiers: 5500

Total Personnel: 22,050

MECHANIZED DIVISION

Integrated mechanized division of infantry with armor support with 100 T150 MBTs.

100 T150, 800 BTR90, 900 BMP3, 800 BRDM, 700 Axe, 300 Field Guns, 100 MRLS, an attack helicopter battalion of 25 Piranhas, 1000 support trucks and 200 support helicopters

Total Assault Soldiers: 22000

Total Personnel: 87,700

AIRBORNE DIVISION

Light Infantry Division for airborne operations.

400 BMP3, 350 BRDM, 800 Axe, 50 SPG, 20 MRLS, 75 Piranha attack helicopters, 500 support trucks and 400 support helicopters (GAL Blackhawk and GH44) , 700 FG.

Total Assault Soldiers: 10000

Total Personnel: 46,350

INFANTRY REGIMENT

Mechanized infantry regiment.

300 BTR90, 500 BMP3, 1500 Axe, 2000 Trucks, 200 FG, 200 Helicopters.

Total Assault Soldiers: 22000

Total Personnel: 77,000

MARINE DIVISION

Amphibious Assault Division under Royal Cochin Navy with 54 tanks

54 T150, 400 BMP3, 350 BRDM, 800 Axe, 50 SPG, 20 MRLS, 75 Piranha attack helicopters, 500 support trucks and 400 support helicopters (GAL Blackhawk and GH44) , 700 FG.

Total Assault Soldiers: 10000

Total Personnel: 46,350

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RESERVES

The following are the principal reserve formations for Royal Cochin Defense Forces.

1. National Defense Corps

Formed of retired service personnel from Royal Cochin Army, Royal Cochin Special Forces and Marine Corps. All civil servants have to members of NDC. Private individuals can also be voluntary members of NDC. NDC helps civil administration during natural and artificial calamities and they are liable to be ordered to perform combat oriented tasks in case of war. NDC members have to do 25 days of weekend garrison duty and 3 weeks of active duty per year.

2. Naval Reserve Corps

All retired sailors of Royal Cochin Navy comprise this group. Merchant Seamen possessing Seaman's License are also members of NRC. Private sailors can join NRC on a voluntary basis. Members of NRC have to do 3 weeks of active duty every year.

3. Reserve Aviators Corps

RAC is composed of retired air men from Royal Cochin Air Force and all individuals possessing Pilot's License in the Kingdom. Members of RAC have to undergo 3 weeks of active duty per year.

4. National Cadet Corps

NCC is the scout organization for school and college going students of the Kingdom. It is a voluntary organization. Members of NCC have to undergo 2 weeks of active duty per year. In case of war NCC is liable to issued non combat oriented tasks in combat zones.

Tours of duty for NDC, NRC and RAC comprise serving alongside regular personnel in active duty. Cadres of NCC undergo their tours of duty with RCA, RCN and RCAF units based within the Kingdom.

NATIONAL RESERVE INVENTORY

Quarter Master Command maintains the reserve equipment for all branches of Royal Cochin Defense Forces. The reserve equipments are warehoused in secure depots and issued to units as and when required. In times of emergencies these reserves can be issued to reserve personnel to form additional military units.

Current Inventory in Reserves:

T100 - 50000

BMP3 - 100000

BTR90 - 100000

BRDM - 100000

MS155SPG - 500000

MS155 Field Gun - 2000000

MRLS - 200000

JADAYU MK.1 - 1000

MIG35 - 1000

SU30 - 500

MIG29 - 600

MIG29K - 300

FUEL RESERVES

The Royal Cochin Defense Forces maintains reserves of fuel and petroleum products required for military purposes. Current inventory: 180 days of total combat usage requirements.

Department of Interior is responsible for maintaining the National Fuel Reserves required for civil purposes. Based on mean maximum fuel consumption trends studied on a national scale across board for a period of 6 years, the current inventory stands for 300 days.

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NATIONAL DEFENSE DOCTRINE

Following incidents shall be considered casus belli and shall merit the launch of total conventional war by the Kingdom of Cochin

1. Offensive military action against any sovereign territory of the Kingdom

2. Any act of blockade against any territory of the Kingdom.

3. An offensive act against any military asset of the Kingdom.

4. An offensive against an accredited diplomat, Cabinet official or Flag Officer of Armed forces.

5. An offensive act against the King or any member of the Cochin Royal Family.

6. An offensive act against a vital national industrial asset.

7. An act of active espionage against the Kingdom discovered within the Kingdom.

All conditions declared above shall be taken as a declaration of war against the Kingdom of Cochin and is liable to result in launch of total conventional war.

Any act listed under Nuclear Defense Doctrine shall result in the launch of total war.

NUCLEAR DEFENSE DOCTRINE

The Kingdom of Cochin relies on Fission Type Nuclear Weapons as its Weapon of Mass Destruction.

Chemical and Biological Weapons are considered as Weapons of Mass Destruction by the Kingdom.

In the event of a WMD attack of any kind on any part of the Kingdom, the Kingdom reserves the right to retaliate with its own WMDs.

The Kingdom of Cochin espouses "No First Strik" principle with regard to Strategic Nuclear Weapons (Greater than 70 KT)

The Kingdom of Cochin shall resort to First Strike with tactical nuclear weapons (Lesser than 50KT) in case of application of Scorched Earth Policy.

SCORCHED EARTH POLICY

Condition One:

This is a policy to be effected in regions of the Kingdom rated witrh a Class A Threat to Sovereignty. These are provinces which are conventionally less defensible and is liable to be conquered in prolonged assault.

These provinces are generally subject to massive investment and development. To prevent these from falling into enemy hands suitable defensive measures are to be used.

In case of threat to collapse the Theater Commander is authorized to use Tactical Nuclear Weapons on enemy units that have encroached the territorial boundaries with concurrence with National Command Authority.

The weapons may only be used within the Kingdom's boundaries and never at any point beyond.

In case of total Provincial loss vital industries and installations are to be destroyed by prepositioned conventional munitions.

Condition Two:

In case of a defensive war, if the Kingdom's conventional forces are forced to retreat, usage of Tactical Nuclear Warheads is authorized to prevent further enemy onslaught. It must be used only in cases of dire emergencies when the Kingdom's sovereignty is threatened. The warheads may only be targetted within the original boundaries of the Kingdom and in no cases are they to be targetted at any point outside the Kingdom's borders.

TYPES OF NUCLEAR DELIVERY

Silo based Launch Systems: GG19 , GG20

Rail Mounted Launch Systems: GG19, GG20, GG12

Truck Mounted Launch Systems: GG20, GG12, GG10, KUB

Submarine Launch Systems: GS19, GS12, KUB

Ship Based Launch Systems: GS12, KUB

Aircraft Launched Systems: KUB, GG12, GBX5, GBX4, GBX3

PRINCIPAL NUCLEAR WARHEADS

C50 : 500 KT Variable Yield Cruise Missile Warhead

C25: 250KT Variable Yield Cruise Missile Warhead

C22 500 KT : Ballistic Missile Warhead

GBX5 : 250 KT Gravity Bomb

GBX4: 100 KT Gravity Bomb

GBX3: 50 KT Gravity Bomb

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AIR WARFARE DOCTRINE

The Royal Cochin Air Force is the aerial wing of the Royal Cochin Defense Forces. RCAF has 56 regiments of 50 fighter aircrafts each. Kingdom of Cochin uses Multi Role Combat Aircraft for its purposes.

The various fighter aircrafts in RCAF are:

Jadayu Mk.1 (JM1) - 10 regiments

Jadayu Mk.2 (JM2) - 20 regiments

Mig35 - 6 regiments

Su30 - 6 regiments

Mig29 - 6 regiments

Royal Cochin Air Force also employs Unmanned Combat Aircrafts of two types:

UCAV-F Hornet - 40 regiments

UCAV-B Ravens - 20 regiments

The Hornets and Ravens are mission specific platforms. Hornets are used primarily for air superiority, AWACS neutralization and radar suppression attacks. Ravens are used for ground assault, air field neutralization operations.

The same aircraft can perform different missions depending on additional mission specific modifications.

For eg: A Mig29 can perform Air Superiority missions when armed primarily with Air to Air missiles and FAST packs. The same Mig29 on returning to base can be fitted with ground search radar and laser pointers for ground attack mode. The aircraft can fly on Radar Suppression modes, deep penetration strikes, electronic warfare and also Strategic attack modes.

A flight crew is trained for all these scenarios and thus during combat conditions an experienced ground crew can change the load settings for maximum effectiveness.

A regiment of 50 aircrafts is divided into 2 squadrons of 25 aircrafts which are further subdivided into squads of 8 and flight groups of 4.

Air warfare depends upon AWACS coverage. While Merat AWACS are commonly used for combat AWACS duty, higher powered Halob Strategic AWACS are also used. Swarms of S-RECOs can also provide AWACS coverage for air warfare in certain conditions.

The RCAF lays focus on BVR combat using the long range AIM-RL, AIM-R and AIM-H missiles. The criteria is to eliminate opposition from a greater range so that when the target comes within visual range they be severely attenuated and disorientated. RCAF fighters are also capable of carrying heavier weapon systems like KUB and GOAB.

During combat air neutralization is the first priority followed by Air superiority to facilitate ground combat.

Air neutralization is achieved by directly engaging enemy aircrafts to aerial combat, destroying enemy Airborne radar assets and where possible feint enemy air planes to fall into the Kingdom's ground based air defense traps. Elimination of enemy AWACS is a priority mission and to be undertaken with all means even if it requires the using of NMP1s.

Air superiority to be maintained by deep incursion strikes against enemy air field and neutralization of enemy air defense networks. Enemy airfields to be neutralized with GB3s, BKT2 and MNTs. Air defenses to be neutralized using NMP1s and SHARM.

Once air superiority is achieved Ground support operations can be conducted in force. It is a standard doctrine of Royal Cochin Defense Forces to minimize ground combat casualties by engaging enemy ground units through attenuating air attacks before actual ground contact. Primary targets would be logistics units followed by armored formations which would be engaged in this fashion.

S-RECO UAVs and Raptor UAVs would determine enemy ground formation using terrain scanning radar and infra red cameras. The Raptors shall then target these formations using lasers. High altitude fighter bombers shall release GB4 Anti Armor Cluster Munitions which would be terminally guided by the Raptors. These smart weapons shall severely attenuate the numbers of enemy ground forces, primarily their logistics train.

This would be followed by UCAV-B Raven attacks on the formations. Certain casualty is to be expected during this phase of combat from low altitude tactical air defense systems employed by the enemy and hence the employment of Unmanned systems. The Ravens shall also engage these air defense units. Once air defense is fairly suppressed Metac Aerial Artillery Platforms would attack the logistic columns and armored units from medium altitudes.

The final assault would be by the helicopters of the RCA units and finally the armored units themselves.

XX END XX

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The Kingdom of Cochin declares the reorganization of the Royal Cochin Defense Forces to make it a leaner and meaner fighting machine. Old and less serviceable assets and equipments shall be dismantled or sold to other parties. With the reduction in numbers greater technological capabilities would be built into the systems that are being retained.

Royal Cochin Navy

Aircraft Carrier (Cochin Class)

A01 - CNS Sakthan

A02 - CNS Cochin

A03 - CNS Trichur

A04 - CNS Malabar

A05 - CNS Travancore

A06 - CNS Venad

Destroyer (Amindvi Class)

DS01 - CNS Amindvi

DS02 - CNS Trinity

DS03 - CNS Hannibal

DS04 - CNS Nelson

DS05 - CNS Bhima

DS06 - CNS Hunter

Cruiser (Kavaratti Class)

CR01 - CNS Kavaratti

CR02 - CNS Horemheb

CR03 - CNS Yamamato

CR04 - CNS Excalibur

CR05 - CNS Endeavor

CR06 - CNS Talwar

CR07 - CNS Ranger

Frigate (Nilambur Class)

FR01 - CNS Nilambur

FR02 - CNS Guderian

FR03 - CNS Konev

FR04 - CNS Patton

FR05 - CNS Billiere

FR06 - CNS Sekhon

FR07 - CNS Maneckshaw

Battleship (Kannur Class)

BS01 - CNS Kannur

BS02 - CNS Cariappa

BS03 - CNS Rommel

BS04 - CNS Asoka

BS05 - CNS Genghis

BS06 - CNS Attila

BS07 - CNS Tamur

BS08 - CNS Akbar

Landing Ship Tank / Helicopter Carrier (Kottayam Class)

H01 - CNS Kottayam

H02 - CNS Rokossovsky

H03 - CNS Kirov

H04 - CNS Vatutin

H05 - CNS Emden

H06 - CNS Rapier

H07 - CNS Swift

H08 - CNS Sivaji

Attack Submarine (Zulu Class)

SZ01 - CNS Urumqi

SZ02 - CNS Bishkek

SZ03 - CNS Almaty

SZ04 - CNS Lhasa

Missile Submarine (Mike Class)

SM01 - CNS Kashgar

SM02 - CNS Gosree

Missile Boats - (Karachi Class)

MB01 - MB100

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Cochin Class Aircraft Carrier

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Displacement: 100,000 long tons (approximately 101,600 metric tons or 112,000 short tons)

Length: 1,092 ft (333 m)

Beam: 134 ft (41 m)

Propulsion: 2 TRN1 nuclear reactors

Speed: 30+ knots (34 mph - 56 km/h)

Complement: 4,660

Armament: Surface-to-air missiles

Close-in weapons systems

Aircraft carried: More than 75, including a regiment(50) of naval fighters and assorted naval intelligence and transport aircrafts.

Amindvi Class Destroyer

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Displacement: 8,315 tons full load (Flight I)

8,400 tons full load (Flight II)

9,200 tons full load (Flight IIA)

Length: 505 feet (154 m) (Flights I and II)

509 feet (155 m) (Flight IIA)

Beam: 59 feet (18 m)

Draft: 30.5 feet (9.3 m)

Propulsion: 4 TRN2 turbines;

two shafts,

108,000 total shaft horsepower (4 x 27,000 horsepower) (75 MW)

Speed: 30+ knots (56+ km/h)

Boats and landingcraft carried: 2 Rigid hull inflatable boats

Complement: 23 officers, 250 enlisted

Armament: • 90 cells vertical launch systems

• KUB cruise missile

• POSID AShM

• GS12 SRBM

• GS10 TBM

• SD5

• SD4

• SD3

• SD2

• SD2R

• Mk.100

• one 5 inch (127 mm/54) lightweight gun

• two 20 mm Phalanx CIWS

• two 20 mm Metalstorm CIWS

• two MetalStorm missile CIWS

Aircraft carried: • None, but LAMPS III electronics installed on landing deck for coordinated helo ASW operations (Flights I and II)

• two SH-60 Seahawk LAMPS III helos (Flight IIA)

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Kavaratti Class Cruiser

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Type: Guided missile cruiser

Displacement: approx. 9,600 tons full load

Length: 567 feet (173 m)

Beam: 55 feet (17 m)

Draught: 33 feet (10 m)

Propulsion: 4 × 4 TRN2 turbines; 2 shafts, 80,000 shp (60 MW)

Speed: 32.5 knots (60 km/h)

Armament:

• 90 cells vertical launch systems

• POSID AShM

• SD5

• SD4

• SD3

• SD2

• SD2R

• Mk.100

• one 5 inch (127 mm/54) lightweight gun

• two 20 mm Phalanx CIWS

• two 20 mm Metalstorm CIWS

• two MetalStorm missile CIWS

Aircraft carried:

• None, but LAMPS III electronics installed on landing deck for coordinated helo ASW operations (Flights I and II)

• two SH-60 Seahawk LAMPS III helos (Flight IIA)

Nilambur Class Frigate

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Displacement: 3,200 tonnes, 3,600 tonnes fully loaded

Length: 125 m (410.1 ft)

Beam: 15.4 m

Draught: 4.1 m (13.45 ft)

Propulsion: 2 TRN3 turbines

Speed: 25 knots (46 km/h)

Armament:

• POSID AShM

• SD5

• SD4

• SD3

• SD2

• SD2R

• Mk.100

• one 5 inch (127 mm/54) lightweight gun

• two 20 mm Phalanx CIWS

• two 20 mm Metalstorm CIWS

• two MetalStorm missile CIWS

Aircraft carried:

• None, but LAMPS III electronics installed on landing deck for coordinated helo ASW operations (Flights I and II)

• two SH-60 Seahawk LAMPS III helos (Flight IIA)

Kottayam Class Landing Ship Tank / Helicopter Carrier

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Displacement: Approx. 40,500 tons (41,150 metric tons) full load

Length: 844 ft (257 m)

Beam: 106 ft (32 m)

Propulsion: 4 TRN2 turbines

800 hp GE bow thruster.

2 Hydraulically Controlled Variable Pitch Reversible Props and 1 Variable Pitch Bow Thruster

Speed: 20 knots (37 km/h)

Armament :

• SD2

• SD2R

• Mk.100

• one 5 inch (127 mm/54) lightweight gun

• two 20 mm Phalanx CIWS

• two 20 mm Metalstorm CIWS

• two MetalStorm missile CIWS

Can carry men, material and equipment for one Marine Brigade.

Zulu Class Attack Submarine

Displacement: 7,900 tonnes (7,800 long tons)

Length: 377 feet (115 m)

Beam: 34 feet (10 m)

Propulsion: TRNX5

Speed: >25 knots (46 km/h)+

Range: unlimited except by food supplies

Test depth: > 900 ft

Armament :

12 KUB cruise missile

12 POSID AShM

4 torpedo tubes for Mk.100 torpedoes.

Mike Class Missile Submarine

Displacement: 16,764 tonnes (16,499 long tons) Surfaced

18,750 tonnes (18,450 long tons) Submerged

Length: 560 ft (170 m)

Beam: 42 ft (13 m)

Draft: 11.5 meters (38 ft)

Propulsion: TRNX1

2x geared turbines

1x325hp auxiliary motor

1 shaft @ 60,000shp

Speed: 12 knots (14 mph; 22 km/h) surfaced

+20 knots (23 mph; 37 km/h) submerged (official)

25 knots (29 mph; 46 km/h) submerged (reported)[1]

Range: unlimited except by food supplies

Test depth: 950 ft

Armament:

12 GS19 ICBM

6 GS12 SRBM

12 KUB Cruise Missile

4 torpedo launchers for Mk.100 Torpedoes.

Karachi Class Missile Boat

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Displacement: 172 tons standard, 210 tons full load

Length: 37.5 m

Beam: 7.64 m

Draught: 3.8 m

Propulsion: 3× LT B2 waterjets; 19,500 hp

Speed: 43 knots

Range: 600 nm at 35 knots

Crew: 26 / 28

Armament:

2× CSA 30 mm Naval Cannon

1× SD2R

1x SD2

2x MPS

3x TKM2

MS 40mm Direct Fire Cannon

MANPAD air defence missiles (Osa II)

4× SS-N-2A Styx

Kannur Class Battleship

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Displacement: Approx. 35,500 tons full load

Length: 679 ft (207 m)

Beam: 88 ft (27 m)

Propulsion: 4 TRN2 turbines

800 hp GE bow thruster.

2 Hydraulically Controlled Variable Pitch Reversible Props and 1 Variable Pitch Bow Thruster

Speed: 30 knots (55 km/h)

Armament :

• SD2

• SD2R

• Mk.100

• four 5 inch (127 mm/54) lightweight gun

• two 20 mm Phalanx CIWS

• two 20 mm Metalstorm CIWS

• two MetalStorm missile CIWS

• 4 Astra 80 MJ Rail Gun

• 3 x 2 180mm CSN18 Naval Heavy Gun Battery

• 4 x 120 mm CSN27 MRLS Battery

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MAPS AND BASES

COCHIN HOME TERRITORIES

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The main territory of the Kingdom of Cochin , including the national capital, prime industries and principal military bases.

BALOCH PROVINCE

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Baloch Province is home of the RCNB Gosree the third and the biggest naval base of the Royal Cochin Navy. Baloch Province is also home to several research institutions, military bases and through the Karakoram Railway serves as one of Cochin's principal ports.

RATNAGIRI ENCLAVE

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RCNB Ratnagiri is Cochin's first naval base. Once the principal port of Cochin, RCNB Ratnagiri is today one of the principal West Coast Fleet Bases.

STATION GANGOTHRI

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The Cochin territory in Antarctica. This territory in East Antarctica is home to several high technology research establishments and is protected by Border Guards. Gangothri also boasts a fully functional port and Naval Base.

SUB CONTINENTAL DEFENSE NETWORK

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The SCDN is an integrated acoustic/electro magnetic and tectonic surveillance system that is installed to protect the coasts of the Kingdom. Arrayed at three distances, 200 NM (light blue), 100 NM (sky blue), 50 NM (dark blue), it is an insurmountable defense of the Kingdom.

COCHIN SOSUS

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Developed as the Dragon Empire SOSUS, the Cochin SOSUS network is a principal Submarine surveillance system laid from RCNB Gosree in Baloch Province to RCNB Gangothri in Antarctica. The precise location of the Cochin SOSUS is classified. The feed from Cochin SOSUS is also occasionally studied by scientists and researchers in the fields of Oceanography, Marine Geology and Marine Biology.

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