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Official United Mechodamian States Announcement

As per the designation of the Lord Prefect to manage the totality of Mechodamian defense,

Akali Nkailu, brother of Grand Patriarch Callin Nkailu, has officially been promoted from Field General to the Patriarch of Military Affairs. With his promotion of position and power, the Patriarchy of Military Affairs and Matters (PMAM) has seen a large expansion in powers and redirection of appropriated chains of command. The PMAM's powers and duties have changed to the following:

Addendum I

All military affairs are supervised, and enacted, by the PMAM. This includes all military exercises, military tribunals, military and military discourse-based investigation

Addendum II

All military improvements, experimentation, and research under the Mechodamian Research and Development Corps (MRDC) is to be designated under PMAM supervision

Addendum III

A specialized litigated liaison will have representation in all military matters regarded by the Lord Prefect

Addendum IV

All policing forces within the United Mechodamian States, which includes, but are not limited to, police, military police, riot control, and peace keepers, are now under the direct jurisdiction of the PMAM

Addendum V

The Patriarchy now has the authorization to launch weapons of mass destruction without the expressed consent of the Lord Prefect; however, this protocol can be overridden by the Lord Prefect alone

Addendum VI

The Patriarchy of Foreign Affairs and Matters (PFAM) and the PMAM must consult with one another when regarding foreign military action

Addendum VII

The PMAM may restructure itself in any way, shape, or form, without the expressed consent of the Lord Prefect; this addendum includes the Prefect's personal military dispatch force

Official PMAM Treatise

PROTOCOL ONE: MILITARY REORGANIZATION

As per Addendum VII, the PMAM is restructuring the core of the army, along with its proper chain of command and allocating contingency forces into the base of the organized military.

ACT ONE

The Royal Mechodamian Infantry Corps (RMIC) has now been reorganized into a uniform chain of command, along with a separate allocation of troop density. This is as the following:

ARMY GROUP ALPHA

1st Army

1st Marine Corps

1st Marine Division

2nd Marine Division

2nd Marine Corps

3rd Marine Division

4th Marine Division

1st Integrated Armored Batallion

2nd Army

1st Foot Corps

1st Foot Division

2nd Foot Division

2nd Foot Corps

3rd Foot Division

4th Foot Division

2nd Integrated Armored Batallion

ARMY GROUP BAKER

3rd Army

2nd Marine Corps

5th Marine Division

6th Marine Division

1st Paratrooper Air Corps

1st Aerial Division

2nd Aerial Division

3rd Integrated Armored Battalion

4th Army

3rd Marine Corps

7th Marine Division

8th Marine Division

2nd Foot Corps

3rd Foot Division

4th Foot Division

4th Integrated Armored Batallion

ARMY GROUP CHANCE

5th Army

1st Garrison Corps

1st Garrison Division

2nd Garrison Division

2nd Garrison Corps

3rd Garrison Division

4th Garrison Division

1st Integrated Armored Garrison Battalion

6th Army

1st Shock Corps

1st Shock Division

2nd Shock Division

2nd Shock Corps

3rd Shock Division

4th Shock Division

1st Integrated Armored Shock Battalion

1st Royal Army

1st Royal Guard Corps

1st Royal Guard Division

2nd Royal Guard Division

2nd Royal Guard Marine Corps

1st Royal Marine Division

2nd Royal Marine Division

1st Integrated Royal Armored Battalion

7th Army

4th Marine Corps

9th Marine Division

10th Marine Division

5th Marine Corps

11th Marine Division

12th Marine Division

4th Integrated Armored Battalion

CHAIN OF COMMAND

Patriarch of Military Affairs

Field General

General

Lieutenant General

Major General

Brigadier General

Colonel

Lieutenant Colonel

Major

Captain

Lieutenant

Second Lieutenant

Private

ACT TWO

The Royal Mechodamian Navy (RMN) has now been reorganized into a uniform chain of command, along with a separate allocation of troop density. This is as the following, also including the inaugural names of all vessels:

SANDORIA CLASS CARRIERS

RMN Torqameda

RMN St. George

RMN Nkailu

RMN Sandoria

RMN Windurst

RMN Bastok

RMN Mykep

BASTOK CLASS AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT SHIPS

RMN Mars

RMN Mercury

RMN Jupiter

RMN Pluto

RMN Saturn

RMN Atlas

RMN Venus

RMN Uranus

RMN Janus

RMN Vesta

WINDURST CLASS CRUISERS

RMN Heracles

RMN Aphrodite

RMN Zeus

RMN Hermes

RMN Poseidon

RMN Demeter

RMN Apollo

RMN Ares

JEUNO CLASS DESTROYERS

RMN Cronos

RMN Crius

RMN Coeus

RMN Hyperion

RMN Themis

RMN Oceanus

RMN Lapetus

SELBINA CLASS FRIGATES

RMN Endeavor

RMN Glory

RMN Pride

RMN Endearing

RMN Empathy

RMN Undaunted

RMN Courage

RMN Purity

AL ZAHBI CLASS BATTLESHIPS

RMN Osiris

RMN Ra

RMN Anubis

RMN Neith

RMN Mut

RMN Set

RMN Thoth

RMN Horus

RMN Hathor

URGAN CLASS SUBMARINES

All Urgan Class submarines have lost name designation and, for purposes of secrecy, will be mentioned by daily-update coded names

CHAIN OF COMMAND

Patriarch of Military Affairs

Fleet Admiral

Admiral

Commodore

Captain

Commander

Lieutenant Commander

Lieutenant

Under Lieutenant

Ensign

Middle Shipman

For the time being, PROTOCOL ONE of the Treatise has been implemented; additional protocols are being discussed and implemented even as we make this announcement.

OOC: More reorganization stuff to come. :excl:

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PROTOCOL TWO: AIR FORCE REASSIGNMENT

As per Addendum VII, the PMAM is restructuring the core of the air force, along with its proper chain of command and allocating contingency forces into the base of the organized militarized air combat.

ACT ONE

The Royal Mechodamian Airforce (RMA) is hereby retitled as the Royal Mechodamian Air Corps (RMAC) to incorporate a dual sponsorship of both air and land uses. With this new designation, there is a new adherence to a new standardized chain of command:

CHAIN OF COMMAND

Patriarch of Military Affairs

Grand Air Marshal

Air Marshal

Air Commodore

Group Captain

Wing Commander

Squadron leader

Flight Lieutenant

Flying Officer

Pilot Officer

Officer Cadet

ACT TWO

The RMAC has effectively dissolved the previous division of aircraft and are now adhering to a new positioned chain of bases:

SANDORIA INTERNATIONAL AIR BASE

Air Command 1

Group Wing Alpha

Group Wing Delta

DOUALA AIR STATION

Air Command 2

Group Wing Zulu

Group Wing Charlie

MUQDISHO AIR BASE

Air Command 3

Group Wing Harrier

Group Wing Francis

ABECHE AIR BASE

Air Command 4

Group Wing Mantra

Group Wing Republic

AOUZOU AIR STATION

Air Command 5

Group Wing Banner

Group Wing Optic

ACT THREE

The RMAC incorporates the use of both air force and the 1st Paratrooper Air Corps. However, the 1st Paratrooper Air Corps falls under the designation of the RMIC, therefore prompting joint cooperation between both military organizations.

ACT FOUR

The RMAC is designated the duty of preparing anti-aircraft defense networks which will provide ample scrambling and predetermined defensive measures. This includes the outfitting of land-based, along with naval-based, defensive installations to protect Mechodamian skies.

ACT FIVE

The RMAC, before any bombing campaign is undertaken, are to be sent to specific fail-safe points ordered by the Patriarch of Military Affairs. However, this ACT can be effectively over ridden depending on the severity of the situation.

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PROTOCOL THREE: EQUIPMENT QUALIFICATIONS AND REGULATIONS

As per Addendum II, the PMAM is reordering the regulatory equipment to be used by the Royal Mecha Military (RMM).

ACT ONE

The RMIC is hereby to attain the following weaponry to better suit the needs of the evolution of war:

STANDARD ASSAULT RIFLE

XM-11 AR

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SPECS

Cartridge: 5.56x45mm NATO FMJBT

Action: Gas-operated, rotating bolt

Rate of fire: 810 rounds/min

Muzzle velocity: 953 m/s

Feed system: 40-round detachable box magazine, 120-round C-Mag drum magazine

Sights: 512 Holo-Reflexive Sight (4x DMR Variant)

Attached: XM 340 Grenade Launcher (40 mm Grenade)

STANDARD CARBINE

XM-29 IAWS Carbine

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SPECS

Caliber: Low-velocity 30 x 45 mm grenade (Thermobaric, Flechette, Training, High-explosive airbursting, Non-lethal)

Range: 500 m point, 1000 m area

Operation: Gas operated semi-automatic

System weight: 14 lbs (6.35 kg)

Target acquisition/fire control (XM104)

Weight: 2.54 lbs

Accessories:4x thermal sight with zoom, 2x direct view optical sight, Ballistic computer, Digital compass, Laser rangefinder, Ammunition fuze setter, Environmental sensors

XM-115 AMROSW

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SPECS

Cartridge: 25 x 59 mm

Action: Semi-Automatic

Muzzle velocity: 480 m/s

Effective range: 2,500 m

Maximum range: 4,000 m

Feed system: 5-round detachable box magazine

Sights: M1913 optical rail

STANDARD GRENADE LAUNCHER

XM-340A2

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SPECS

Cartridge: 40 x 46mm SR

Action: Single shot, double action

Rate of fire: 7 to 9 rounds per minute

Muzzle velocity: 96 m/s

Effective range: 200 m

Maximum range: 500 m

Feed system: Single shot

STANDARD ANTI VEHICLE WEAPONRY

XM-72 AVRPGU

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SPECS

Weight: 3 kg unloaded, 10 kg loaded with 105mm rocket, 6kg loaded with 72mm rocket

Length: 1200 mm (complete with 105mm launch container), 900 mm (complete with 72mm launch container)

Shell: PG-32V tandem HEAT, TBG-32V thermobaric / FAE

Caliber: 105 mm barrel, 72/105mm warheads

Action: +650 mm: Rolled homogeneous armor with 105mm PG-32V tandem HEAT rocket

Effective range: 1000m

STANDARD AUTOMATIC GRENADE LAUNCHER

MK-90 AGLISS

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SPECS

Cartridge: 40 x 53mm 'Smart Rounds' ; 40 x 53mm 'Dumb Rounds'

Action: Advanced Primer Ignition / Blowback

Rate of fire: 350-400 rpm (Cyclic)

Effective range: 2500 m

Maximum range: 3,212 m

Feed system: Belt

STANDARD HEAVY MACHINE GUN

XM-350 HMG

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SPECS

Weight: 50 lbs (22.7 kg) (Gun, mount, and fire control)

Length: 52.2" (132.8 cm)

Crew: 2 men

Caliber: 25x59mm

Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt

Rate of fire: 280 rounds per minute

Effective range: Lethal and Suppressive out to 2,500 m

Maximum range: 3,900 m

Feed system: Weapon-Mountable Ammunition Can (Left Feed), belt fed

Sights: Grenade Launcher: computerized with viewfinder Machine Gun: fixed rear iron

STANDARD MAN PORTABLE ANTIAIRCRAFT

MAAD-78 SMPAAD

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SPECS

Weight: 16.82 kg

Length: 1.397 m

Diameter: 13 cm

Crew: 1

Effective range: 0.2–9 km

Warhead: Three explosive sub-munitions ("darts")

Warhead weight: 0.9 kg

Detonation mechanism: Impact Delay

Engine:

First stage: Royal Ordnance 'Brambling' cast double-based propellant blip rocket motor

Second stage: Royal Ordnance 'Titus' cast double-based propellant

Speed: Mach 3.5 at second stage burnout

Guidance system: SACLOS system

STANDARD SUBMACHINE GUN

JR-890 SMG

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SPECS

Cartridge: .45 ACP, .40 S&W versions entering production in 2010

Action: Blowback

Rate of fire: 1700 rounds per minute

Feed system: 17-round detachable box magazine; 50 rounds w/optional extension

Sights: Flip-up iron: MIL-STD-1913 rail provided for optics

ACT TWO

The RMIC is hereby to attain the following armor to better suit the needs of the evolution of war:

REGULATORY ARMORED SUIT

Advanced Personnel Protection Apparatus (APPA)

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SPECS

Helmet: Helmet protects against 8.1 g (125 gr) .357 SIG FMJ Flat Nose (FN) bullets at a velocity of 448 m/s ± 9.1 m/s (1470 ft/s ± 30 ft/s) and 15.6 g (240 gr) .44 Magnum Semi Jacketed Hollow Point (SJHP) bullets at a velocity of 436 m/s (1430 ft/s ± 30 ft/s). Conditioned armor protects against 8.1 g (125 gr) .357 SIG FMJ Flat Nose (FN) bullets at a velocity of 430 m/s ± 9.1 m/s (1410 ft/s ± 30 ft/s) and 15.6 g (240 gr) .44 Magnum Semi Jacketed Hollow Point (SJHP) bullets at a velocity of 408 m/s ± 9.1 m/s (1340 ft/s ± 30 ft/s). Helmet also provides gas-mask, stereoscopic all-around night and infrared vision, integration of computerized tactical data transmittance on internal visor screen, voice-activated commands for various suit systems, voice translation

Body: Conditioned armor protects against 10.8 g (166 gr) .30-06 Springfield M2 armor piercing (AP) bullets at a velocity of 878 m/s ± 9.1 m/s (2880 ft/s ± 30 ft/s). Body armor consists flexible cloth impregnated with nanotechnology carbon tubes will sense approaching bullet strikes and use tiny electrical impulses to stiffen instantly to stop the gunshot; will also include nano-muscle fibers to enhance soldier's own muscle strength and skeletal integrity

Camouflage: Out fabric layer changes color to match immediate surroundings, giving constantly changing chameleon camoflage utilizing nanotechnology fabrics that are color-shifting

Accessories: Strap-on lightweight exoskeleton utilizes prosthetic powered joints to quadruple leg and back strength. Enables user to carry a 300 lb pack over long distances at speed while using only 10% of body's muscle capacity. Female soldiers can easily pick and carry heavier male colleagues, and troops overall can carry and fire heavy machine-guns without mounted capabilities (XM314 variant of XM305 HMG)

Power Supply: Hydrogen-fueled fuel cell pack that charges suit before and after use. Suit is active for 24 hours on main fuel power, but compression detectors in feet components converts mechanical 'compression' energy into electrical energy, acting as a secondary fuel source. Primary and secondary fuel sources are manually toggled by user

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PROTOCOL FOUR: NAVAL EQUIPMENT ASSIGNMENTS

As per Addendum II & V, the RMN is seeing an overhaul of its ship layouts and all ships are to adhere to the new regulations by the year 2012. All newly ships are to be built to the upgraded & added specifications of the following:

ALL SHIPS

All ships are to adhere to the following capabilities:

-Self-producing energy source utilizing miniaturized fusion reaction generators that are self-contained; the source of fuel will result from breaking apart water molecules through various hydrolysis reactions in the ballast filters, thus increasing the hydrogen gas concentration in specified adjacent containers. Said containers will then filter the hydrogen gas into the reactors

-Stealth capabilities by lacing ships with radar-absorbing materials that create a 99.99% efficient invisibility cloak over the entire ship. This also comprises in the addition of s-shaped curvatures along the entire ship, creating a massive surface area of irregular impedance

SUBMARINES

-Submarines are too be upgraded with SONAR-immune materials, similar to the RADAR-immune materials, that absorb SONAR waves

-Submarines with nuclear devices are too be directly connected with UMS High Command at all times

DESTROYERS, BATTLESHIPS, CRUISERS

-Cruisers are to be equipped with 4 40mm rail gun utilizing tungsten rods

-Battleships and Destroyers are to be equipped with an array of 50mm and 60mm rail guns utilizing multiple tungsten rods; these guns are to be dual-barreled

-Destroyers are to be equipped with two bow-port side coil guns each that will utilize smaller titanium rods

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