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Geography:

Location:

Middle East and Africa, bordering the Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea and the Red Sea, East of NOD & Sudanese Countries, South of Rebel Army, Saigon

Climate:

Harsh, dry desert with great temperature extremes

Terrain:

Sandy desert, some mountainous.

Elevation extremes:

Lowest point: Persian Gulf 0 m

Highest point: Jabal Sawda' 3,133 m

Natural resources:

Petroleum, natural gas, iron ore, gold, copper, lead, marble

Land use:

Arable land: 41.67%

Permanent crops: 1.09%

Other: 48.24%

Demographics:

Population:

121,071,630

Age structure:

0-14 years: 35%

15-64 years: 55.5%

65 years and over: 9.5%

Birth rate:

35.28 births/1,000 population

Life expectancy at birth:

total population: 84.85 years

male: 83.23 years

female: 85.48 years

Nationality:

noun: Novaki

adjective: Novaki

Ethnic groups:

Arab 66%, Afro-Asian 5%, African 3.5%, Burmese 25.5%

Religions:

Muslim 73%, Buddhism 24%, Other 3%

Languages:

Arabic, Hebrew, Burmese, various African tribal dialects

Literacy:

definition: age 15 and over can read and write

total population: 99.99%

male: 99.99%

female: 99.99%

Government:

Country name:

conventional long form: The Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak

conventional short form: Novak

local long form: الجمهورية السوفياتية الاشتراكية نوفاك

local short form: نوفاك

Government type:

Socialist Republic

Capital:

name: Riyadh

geographic coordinates: 24 38 N, 46 43 E

Administrative divisions:

28 States; Al Bahah, Ar Riyad (Riyadh), Ash Sharqiyah (Eastern), 'Asir, Jizan, Makkah, Najran, al-Yaman, 'Umān, al-'Arabīyah, Iritriya, Arḍ aṣ-Ṣūmāl, Galmudu, Puntlaand, Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Sagaing, Tanintharyi, Bago, Magway, Mandalay, Mon, Rakhine, Yangon, Shan, Ayeyarwady

National holiday:

Creation of the Novakian State, 23 July

Constitution:

The Constitution that articulates the government's rights and responsibilities and freedoms of the people was promulgated in 2010

Legal system:

Based on judicial law; criminal and civil disputes handled by trial

Suffrage:

18 years of age

Executive branch:

Chairman: Akhmed "Baghnakh" Shakir

Council of Peoples Commissars: Appointed by Supreme Soviet

Elections: Occurs following rules set out in Constitution; Communist Party members only

Legislative branch:

Supreme Soviet (725 members)

Judicial branch:

Supreme Court of the S.S.R.N

Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the S.S.R.N

International organization participation:

Aphrike, SCS Pact, Alliance of Crescent Nations

Military:

Military branches:

Soviet General Staff

Soviet Novak Armed Forces: Soviet Strategic Rocket Forces, Soviet Ground Forces, Soviet Air Defence Forces, Soviet Air Forces, Soviet Navy, NKVD Internal Troops, NKVD Border Troops

Military service age and obligation:

18 years of age ; Conscription for 3 years before 30th birthday

Manpower available for military service:

Males age 18-49: 296,745

Females age 18-49: 104,415

This is a work in progress.

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CHAPTER I

THE ORGANIZATION OF SOVIET SOCIETY

ARTICLE 1. The Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak is a socialist state of workers and peasants.

ARTICLE 2. The Soviets of Working People's Deputies, which grew and attained strength as a result of the defeat of the landlords and capitalists and the achievement of the dictatorship of the proletariat, constitute the political foundation of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 3. In the S.S.R.N. all power belongs to the working people of town and country as represented by the Soviets of Working People's Deputies.

ARTICLE 4. The socialist system of economy and the socialist ownership of the means and instruments of production firmly established as a result of the abolition of the capitalist system of economy, the abrogation of private ownership of the means and instruments of production and the abolition of the exploitation of man by man, constitute' the economic foundation of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 5. Socialist property in the S.S.R.N. exists either in the form of state property (the possession of the whole people), or in the form of cooperative and collective-farm property (property of a collective farm or property of a cooperative association).

ARTICLE 6. The land, its natural deposits, waters, forests, mills, factories, mines, rail, water and air transport, banks, post, telegraph and telephones, large state-organized agricultural enterprises (state farms, machine and tractor stations and the like) as well as municipal enterprises and the bulk of the dwelling houses in the cities and industrial localities, are state property, that is, belong to the whole people.

ARTICLE 7. Public enterprises in collective farms and cooperative organizations, with their livestock and implements, the products of the collective farms and cooperative organizations, as well as their common buildings, constitute the common socialist property of the collective farms and cooperative organizations. In addition to its basic income from the public collective-farm enterprise, every household in a collective farm has for its personal use a small plot of land attached to the dwelling and, as its personal property, a subsidiary establishment on the plot, a dwelling house, livestock, poultry and minor agricultural implements in accordance with the statutes of the agricultural artel.

ARTICLE 8. The land occupied by collective farms is secured to them for their use free of charge and for an unlimited time, that is, in perpetuity.

ARTICLE 9. Alongside the socialist system of economy, which is the predominant form of economy in the S.S.R.N., the law permits the small private economy of individual peasants and handicraftsman based on their personal labor and precluding the exploitation of the labor of others.

ARTICLE 10. The right of citizens to personal ownership of their incomes from work and of their savings, of their dwelling houses and subsidiary household economy, their household furniture and utensils and articles of personal use and convenience, as well as the right of inheritance of personal property of citizens, is protected by law.

ARTICLE 11. The economic life of the S.S.R.N. is determined and directed by the state national economic plan with the aim of increasing the public wealth, of steadily improving the material conditions of the working people and raising their cultural level, of consolidating the independence of the S.S.R.N. and strengthening its defensive capacity.

ARTICLE 12. In the S.S.R.N. work is a duty and a matter of honor for every able-bodied citizen, in accordance with the principle: "He who does not work, neither shall he eat."

The principle applied in the S.S.R.N. is that of socialism: "From each according to his ability, to each according to his work."

CHAPTER II

THE ORGANIZATION OF THE SOVIET REPUBLIC

ARTICLE 13. The Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak is a federal state, formed on the basis of the voluntary association of the states of the Soviet Socialist Republic having equal rights, namely:

The Soviet State of Al Bahah

The Soviet State of Ar Riyad (Riyadh)

The Soviet State of Ash Sharqiyah (Eastern)

The Soviet State of 'Asir

The Soviet State of Jizan

The Soviet State of Makkah

The Soviet State of Najran

The Soviet State of al-Yaman

The Soviet State of 'Umān

The Soviet State of al-'Arabīyah

The Soviet State of Iritriya

The Soviet State of Arḍ aṣ-Ṣūmāl

The Soviet State of Galmudu

The Soviet State of Puntlaand

ARTICLE 14. The jurisdiction of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak, as represented by its highest organs of state authority and organs of government, covers:

a. Representation of the Republic in international relations, conclusion and ratification of treaties with other states;

b. Questions of war and peace;

c. Admission of new states into the S.S.R.N.;

d. Control over the observance of the Constitution of the S.S.R.N. and ensuring conformity of the Constitutions of the Soviet States with the Constitution of the S.S.R.N.;

e. Confirmation of alterations of boundaries between Republic states;

f. Confirmation of the formation of new territories and regions and also of new Autonomous Territories within the Republic;

g. Organization of the defense of the S.S.R.N. and direction of all the armed forces of the S.S.R.N.;

h. Foreign trade on the basis of state monopoly;

i. Safeguarding the security of the state;

j. Establishment of the national economic plans of the S.S.R.N.;

k. Approval of the single state budget of the S.S.R.N. as well as of the taxes and revenues which go to the all-Republic, State and local budgets;

l. Administration of the banks, industrial and agricultural establishments and enterprises and trading enterprises of Republic importance;

m. Administration of transport and, communications;

n. Direction of the monetary and credit system;

o. Organization of state insurance;

p. Raising and granting of loans;

q. Establishment of the basic principles for the use of land as well as for the use of natural deposits, forests and waters;

r. Establishment of the basic principles in the spheres of education and public health;

s. Organization of a uniform system of national economic statistics;

t. Establishment of the principles of labor legislation;

u. Legislation on the judicial system and judicial procedure; criminal and civil codes;

v. Laws on citizenship of the Republic; laws on the rights of foreigners;

w. Issuing of Republic acts of amnesty.

ARTICLE 15. The sovereignty of the states is limited only within the provisions set forth in Article 14 of the Constitution of the S.S.R.N. Outside of these provisions, each state exercises state authority independently. The S.S.R.N. protects the sovereign rights of the states.

ARTICLE 16. Each state has its own Constitution, which takes account of the specific features of the Republic and is drawn up in full conformity with the Constitution of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 17. To every state is reserved the right freely to secede from the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 18. The territory of a state may be altered without its consent.

ARTICLE 19. The laws of the S.S.R.N. have the same force within the territory of every state.

ARTICLE 20. In the event of a discrepancy between a law of a state and a Republic law, the Republic law prevails.

ARTICLE 21. A single Republic citizenship is established for all citizens of the S.S.R.N.

Every citizen of a state and autonomous territory is a citizen of the S.S.R.N.

CHAPTER III

THE HIGHEST ORGANS OF STATE AUTHORITY OF THE SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF NOVAK

ARTICLE 22. The highest organ of state authority of the S.S.R.N. is the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 23. The Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. exercises all rights vested in the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak in accordance with Article 14 of the Constitution, in so far as they do not, by virtue of the Constitution, come within the jurisdiction of organs of the S.S.R.N. that are accountable to the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., that is, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. and the People's Commissariats of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 24. The legislative power of the S.S.R.N. is exercised exclusively by the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 25. The Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. consists of two Chambers: the Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities.

ARTICLE 26. The Soviet of the Republic is elected by the citizens of the S.S.R.N. according to electoral areas on the basis of one deputy for every 300,000 of the population.

ARTICLE 27. The Soviet of Nationalities is elected by the citizens of the S.S.R.N. according to Republic and Autonomous Territories and national areas on the basis of twenty-five deputies from each State, eleven deputies from each Autonomous Territory, and one deputy from each national area.

ARTICLE 28. The Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. is elected for a term of four years.

ARTICLE 29. Both Chambers of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., the Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities, have equal rights.

ARTICLE 30. The Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities have an equal right to initiate legislation.

ARTICLE 31. A law is considered adopted if passed by both Chambers of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. by a simple majority vote in each.

ARTICLE 32. Laws passed by the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. are published in the languages of the Republic States over the signatures of the President and Secretary of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 33. Sessions of the Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities begin and terminate simultaneously.

ARTICLE 34. The Soviet of the Republic elects a Chairman of the Soviet of the Republic and two Vice-Chairmen.

ARTICLE 35. The Soviet of Nationalities elects a Chairman of the Soviet of Nationalities and two Vice-Chairmen.

ARTICLE 36. The Chairmen of the Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities preside over the sittings of the respective Chambers and direct the procedure of these bodies.

ARTICLE 37. Joint sittings of both Chambers of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. are presided over alternately by the Chairman of the Soviet of the Republic and the Chairman of the Soviet of Nationalities.

ARTICLE 38. Sessions of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. are convened by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. twice a year.

Special sessions are convened by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. at its discretion or on the demand of one of the Republic States.

ARTICLE 39. In the event of disagreement between the Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities, the question is referred for settlement to a conciliation commission formed on a parity basis. If the conciliation commission fails to arrive at an agreement, or if its decision fails to satisfy one of the Chambers, the question is considered for a second time by the Chambers. Failing agreement between the two Chambers, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. dissolves the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. and orders new elections.

ARTICLE 40. The Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. at a joint sitting of both Chambers elects the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. consisting of a President of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., sixteen Vice-Presidents, a Secretary of the Presidium and twenty-four members of the Presidium.

The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. is accountable to the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. for all its activities.

ARTICLE 41. The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.:

a. Convenes the sessions of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.;

b. Interprets laws of the S.S.R.N. in operation, issues decrees;

c. Dissolves the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. in conformity with article 39 of the Constitution of the S.S.R.N. and orders new elections;

d. Conducts referendums on its own initiative or on the demand of one of the Soviet States;

e. Annuls decisions and orders of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. and of the Councils of People's Commissars of the Soviet States in case they do not conform to law;

f. In the intervals between sessions of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., relieves of their posts and appoints People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. on the recommendation of the Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N., subject to subsequent confirmation by the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.;

g. Awards decorations and confers titles of honor of the S.S.R.N.;

h. Exercises the right of pardon;

i. Appoints and removes the higher commands of the armed forces of the S.S.R.N.;

j. In the intervals between sessions of. the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., proclaims a state of war in the event of armed attack on the S.S.R.N., or whenever necessary to fulfill international treaty obligations concerning mutual defense against aggression

k. Orders general or partial mobilization;

l. Ratifies international, treaties;

m. Appoints and recalls plenipotentiary representatives of the S.S.R.N. to foreign states;

n. Receives the credentials and letters of recall of diplomatic representatives accredited to it by foreign states;

o. Proclaims martial law in separate localities or throughout the S.S.R.N. in the interests of the defense of the S.S.R.N. or for the purpose of ensuring public order and state security.

ARTICLE 42. The Soviet of the Republic and the Soviet of Nationalities elect Credentials Commissions which verify the credentials of the members of the respective Chambers.

On the recommendation of the Credentials Commissions, the Chambers decide either to endorse the credentials or to annul the election of the deputies concerned.

ARTICLE 43. The Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., when it deems necessary, appoints commissions of inquiry and investigation on any matter.

It is the duty of all institutions and public servants to comply with the demands of these commissions and to submit to them the necessary materials and documents.

ARTICLE 44. A member of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. may not be prosecuted or arrested without the consent of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., and during the period when the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. is not in session, without the consent of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 45. On the expiration of the term of office of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., or after the dissolution of the Supreme Soviet prior to the expiration of its term of office, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. retains its powers until the formation of a new Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. by the newly-elected Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 46. On the expiration of the term of office of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., or in the event of its dissolution prior to the expiration of its term of office, the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. orders new elections to be held within a period not exceeding two months from the date of expiration of the term of office or dissolution of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 47. The newly-elected Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. is convened by the outgoing Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. not later than one month after the elections.

ARTICLE 48. The Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. at a joint sitting of both Chambers, appoints the Government of the S.S.R.N., namely, the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N.

CHAPTER IV

THE HIGHEST ORGANS OF STATE AUTHORITY OF THE SOVIET STATES

ARTICLE 49. The highest organ of state authority of a Soviet State is the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet State.

ARTICLE 50. The Supreme Soviet of a Soviet State is elected by the citizens of the Republic for a term of four years.

The basis of representation is established by the Constitution of the Soviet State.

ARTICLE 51. The Supreme Soviet of a Soviet State is the sole legislative organ of the Republic.

ARTICLE 52. The Supreme Soviet of a Soviet State:

a. Adopts the Constitution of the State and amends it in conformity with Article 16 of the Constitution of the S.S.R.N.;

b. Confirms the Constitutions of the Autonomous States forming part of it and defines the boundaries of their territories;

c. Approves the national economic plan and also the budget of the Republic;

d. Exercises the right of amnesty and pardon of citizens sentenced by the judicial organs of the Soviet State.

ARTICLE 53. The Supreme Soviet of a Soviet State elects the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet State, consisting of a Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet State, Vice-Chairmen, a Secretary of the Presidium and members of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet State. The powers of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of a Soviet State are defined by the Constitution of the Soviet State.

ARTICLE 54. The Supreme Soviet of a Soviet State elects a Chairman and Vice-Chairmen to conduct its sittings.

ARTICLE 55. The Supreme Soviet of a Soviet State appoints the Government of the Soviet State, namely, the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet State.

CHAPTER V

THE ORGANS OF GOVERNMENT OF THE SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF NOVAK

ARTICLE 56. The highest executive and administrative organ of state authority of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak is the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 57. The Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. is responsible to the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. and accountable to it; and in the intervals between sessions of the Supreme Soviet it is responsible and accountable to the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 58. The Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. issues decisions and orders on the basis and in pursuance of the laws in operation, and supervises their execution.

ARTICLE 59. Decisions and Orders of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. are binding throughout the territory of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 60. The Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N.:

a. Coordinates and directs the work of the Republic and State People's Commissariats of the S.S.R.N. and of other institutions, economic and cultural, under its administration;

b. Adopts measures to carry out the national economic plan and the state budget, and to strengthen the credit and monetary system;

c. Adopts measures for the maintenance of public order, for the protection of the interests of the state, and for the safeguarding of the rights of citizens;

d. Exercises general guidance in respect of relations with foreign states;

e. Fixes the annual contingent of citizens to be called up for military service and directs the general organization and development of the armed forces of the country;

f. Sets up, whenever necessary, special committees and Central Administrations under the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. for matters concerning economic, cultural and defense organization and development.

ARTICLE 61. The Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. has the right, in respect of those branches of administration and economy which come within the jurisdiction of the S.S.R.N., to suspend decisions and orders of the Councils of People's Commissars of the Soviet States and to annul orders and instructions of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N.

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ARTICLE 62. The Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. is appointed by the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. and consists of:

The Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N.;

The Vice-Chairmen of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N.;

The Chairman of the State Planning Commission of the S.S.R.N.;

The People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N.;

The Chairman of the Committee on Arts;

The Chairman of the Committee on Higher Education;

The Chairman of the Board of the State Bank.

ARTICLE 63. The Government of the S.S.R.N. or a People's Commissar of the S.S.R.N. to whom a question of a member of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. is addressed must give a verbal or written reply in the respective Chamber within a period not exceeding three days.

ARTICLE 64. The People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. direct the branches of state administration which come within the jurisdiction of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 65. The People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. issue, within the limits of the jurisdiction of the respective People's Commissariats, orders and instructions on the basis and in pursuance of the laws in operation, and also of decisions and orders of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N., and supervise their execution.

ARTICLE 66. The People's Commissariats of the S.S.R.N. are either Republic or State Commissariats.

ARTICLE 67. The Republic People's Commissariats direct the branches of state administration entrusted to them throughout the territory of the S.S.R.N. either directly or through bodies appointed by them.

ARTICLE 68. The State People's Commissariats, as a rule, direct the branches of state administration entrusted to them through the corresponding People's Commissariats of the Soviet States; they administer directly only a definite and limited number of enterprises according to a list confirmed by the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 69. The following People's Commissariats are Republic People's Commissariats: Defense, Foreign Affairs, Foreign Trade, Finance, Trade, Internal Affairs, State Security, Justice, Public Health, Building Materials Industry, State Control, Railways, Post and Telegraph and Telephones, Maritime Transport, River Transport, Coal Industry, Oil Industry, Power Stations, Electrical Industry, Iron and Steel Industry, Non-Ferrous Metallurgy, Chemical Industry, Aviation Industry, Shipbuilding Industry, Munitions, Armaments, Heavy Machine-building, Medium Machine-building, General Machine-building, Navy, Agricultural Procurement, Construction, Paper and Cellulose Industry.

ARTICLE 70. The following People's Commissariats are State People's Commissariats: Food Industry, Fish Industry, Meat and Dairy Industry, Light Industry, Textile Industry, Timber Industry, Agriculture State Grain and Livestock Farms.

CHAPTER VI

THE ORGANS OF GOVERNMENT OF THE SOVIET STATES

ARTICLE 79. The highest executive and administrative organ of state authority of a Soviet State is the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet State.

ARTICLE 80. The Council of People's Commissars of a Soviet State is responsible to the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet State and accountable to it; and in the intervals between sessions of the Supreme Soviet of the State it is responsible and accountable to the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the respective State.

ARTICLE 81. The Council of People's Commissars of a State issues decisions and orders on the basis and in pursuance of the laws in operation of the S.S.R.N. and of the Republic, and of the decisions and orders of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N., and supervises their execution.

ARTICLE 82. The Council of People's Commissars of a State has the right to suspend decisions and orders of Councils of People's Commissars of Autonomous Territories, and to annul decisions and orders of Executive Committees of Soviets of Working People's Deputies of Territories, Regions and Autonomous Regions.

ARTICLE 83. The Council of People's Commissars of a Soviet State is appointed by the Supreme Soviet of the Soviet State and consists of:

The Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet State;

The Vice-Chairmen;

The Chairman of the State Planning Commission;

The People's Commissars of: The Food Industry, Fish Industry, Meat and Dairy Industry, Light Industry, Textile Industry, Timber Industry, Building Materials Industry, Agriculture, State Grain and Livestock Farms, Finance, Trade, Internal Affairs, State Security, Justice, Public Health, State Control, Education, Local Industry, Municipal Economy, Social Maintenance, Automobile Transport, The Chief of the Arts Administration, The Representatives of the Republic People's Commissariats.

ARTICLE 84. The People's Commissars of a Soviet State direct the branches of state administration which come under the jurisdiction of the Soviet State.

ARTICLE 85. The People's Commissars of a Soviet State issue, within the limits of the jurisdiction of their respective People's Commissariats, orders and instructions on the basis and in pursuance of the laws of the S.S.R.N. and of the Soviet State, of the decisions and orders of the Council of People's Commissars of the S.S.R.N. and that of the Soviet State, and of the orders and instructions of the Republic People's Commissariats of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 86. The People's Commissariats of a Soviet State are either Soviet State or Republic Commissariats.

ARTICLE 87. The Soviet State People's Commissariats direct the branches of state administration entrusted to them, and are subordinate both to the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet State and to the corresponding People's Commissariats of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 88. The Republic People's Commissariats direct the branches of state administration entrusted to them and are directly subordinate to the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet State.

CHAPTER VII

THE HIGHEST ORGANS OF STATE AUTHORITY OF THE AUTONOMOUS TERRITORIES

ARTICLE 89. The highest organ of state authority of an Autonomous Territory is the Supreme Soviet of the respective Autonomous Territory.

ARTICLE 90. The Supreme Soviet of an Autonomous Territory is elected by the citizens of the Territory for a term of four years on the basis of representation established by the Constitution of the Autonomous Territory.

ARTICLE 91. The Supreme Soviet of an Autonomous Territory is the sole legislative organ of the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Territory.

ARTICLE 92. Each Autonomous Territory has its own Constitution which takes account of the specific features of the Autonomous Territory and is drawn up in full conformity with the Constitution of the Republic.

ARTICLE 93. The Supreme Soviet of an Autonomous Territory elects the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Autonomous Territory and appoints the Council of People's Commissars of the Autonomous Territory, in accordance with its Constitution.

CHAPTER VIII

THE LOCAL ORGANS OF STATE AUTHORITY

ARTICLE 94. The organs of state authority in territories, regions, autonomous regions, areas, districts, cities and rural localities (stations, villages, hamlets, etc) are the Soviets of Working People's Deputies.

ARTICLE 95. The Soviets of Working People's Deputies of autonomous territories, areas, districts, cities and rural localities (stations, villages, hamlets, etc) are elected by the working People of the respective territories, regions, autonomous regions, areas, districts, cities or rural localities for a term of two years.

ARTICLE 96. The basis of representation for Soviets of Working People's Deputies is defined by the Constitutions of the Union Republics.

ARTICLE 97. The Soviets of Working People's Deputies direct the work of the organs of administration subordinate to them, ensure the maintenance of public order, the observance of the laws and the protection of the rights of citizens, direct local economic and cultural organization and development and draw up the local budgets.

ARTICLE 98. The Soviets of Working People's Deputies adopt decisions and issue orders within the limits of the powers vested in them by the laws of the S.S.R.N. and of the State.

ARTICLE 99. The executive and administrative organs of the Soviets of Working People's Deputies of territories, regions, autonomous' regions, areas, districts, cities and rural localities are the Executive Committees elected by them, consisting of a Chairman, Vice-Chairmen, a Secretary and members.

ARTICLE 100. The executive and administrative organ of rural Soviets of Working People's Deputles in small localities, in accordance with the Constitutions of the Union Republics, is the Chairman, the Vice-Chairman, and the Secretary elected by them.

ARTICLE 101. The executive organs of the Soviets of Working People's Deputies are directly accountable both to the Soviets of Working People's Deputies which elected them and to the executive organ of the superior Soviet of Working People's Deputies.

CHAPTER IX

THE COURTS AND THE PROCURATOR'S OFFICE

ARTICLE 102. In the S.S.R.N. justice is administered by the Supreme Court of the S.S.R.N., the Supreme Courts of the States and the Autonomous Territories, the Area courts, the special courts of the S.S.R.N. established by decision of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., and the People's Courts.

ARTICLE 103. In all courts cases are tried with the participation of people's assessors, except in cases specially provided for by law.

ARTICLE 104. The Supreme Court of the S.S.R.N. is the highest judicial organ. The Supreme Court of the S.S.R.N. is charged with the supervision of the judicial activities of all the judicial organs of the S.S.R.N. and of the States.

ARTICLE 105. The Supreme Court of the S.S.R.N. and the special courts of the S.S.R.N. are elected by the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. for a term of five years.

ARTICLE 106. The Supreme Courts of the State are elected by the Supreme Soviets of the State for a term of five years.

ARTICLE 107. The Supreme Courts of the Autonomous Territories are elected by the Supreme Soviets of the Autonomous Territory for a term of five years.

ARTICLE 108. The Territorial and the Regional courts, the courts of the Autonomous Regions and the Area courts are elected by the Territorial, Regional or Area Soviets of Working People's Deputies or by the Soviets of Working People's Deputies of the Autonomous Regions for a term of five years.

ARTICLE 109. People's Courts are elected by the citizens of the district on the basis of universal, direct and equal suffrage by secret ballot for a term of three years.

ARTICLE 110. Judicial proceedings are conducted in the language of the State or Autonomous Territory, persons not knowing this language being guaranteed every opportunity of fully acquainting themselves with the material of the case through an interpreter and likewise the right to use their own language in court.

ARTICLE 111. In all courts of the S.S.R.N. cases are heard in public, unless otherwise. provided for by law, and the accused is guaranteed the right to be defended by Counsel.

ARTICLE 112. Judges are independent and subject only to the law.

ARTICLE 113. Supreme supervisory power over the strict execution of the laws by all People's Commissariats and institutions subordinated to them, as well as by public servants and citizens of the S.S.R.N. is vested in the Procurator of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 114. The Procurator of the S.S.R.N. is appointed by the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. for a term of seven years.

ARTICLE 115. Procurators of States, and Territories, as well as Procurators of Autonomous Regions, are appointed by the Procurator of the S.S.R.N. for a term of five years.

ARTICLE 116. Area, district and city procurators are appointed for a term of five years by the Procurators of the Union Republics, subject to the approval of the Procurator of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 117. The organs of the Procurator's Office perform their functions independently of any local organs whatsoever, being subordinate solely to the Procurator of the S.S.R.N.

CHAPTER X

FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF CITIZENS

ARTICLE 118. Citizens of the S.S.R.N. have the right to work, that is, are guaranteed the right to employment and payment for their work in accordance with its quantity and quality.

The right to work is ensured by the socialist organization of the national economy, the steady growth of the productive forces of Soviet society, the elimination of the possibility of economic crises, and the abolition of unemployment.

ARTICLE 119. Citizens of the S.S.R.N. have the right to rest and leisure. The right to rest and leisure is ensured by the reduction of the working day to eight hours for the overwhelming majority of the workers, the institution of annual vacations with full pay for workers and employees and the provision of a wide network of sanatoria, rest homes and clubs for the accommodation of the working people.

ARTICLE 120. Citizens of the S.S.R.N. have the right to maintenance in old age and also in case of sickness or loss of capacity to work. This right is ensured by the extensive development of social insurance of workers and employees at state expense, free medical service for the working people and the provision of a wide network of health resorts for the use of the working people.

ARTICLE 121. Citizens of the S.S.R.N. have the right to education. This right is ensured by universal, compulsory elementary education; by education, including higher education, being free of charge; by the system of state stipends for the overwhelming majority of students in the universities and colleges; by instruction in schools being conducted in the native language, and by the organization in the factories, state farms, machine and tractor stations and collective farms of free vocational, technical and agronomic training for the working people.

ARTICLE 122. Women in the S.S.R.N. are accorded equal rights with men in all spheres of economic, state, cultural, social and political life. The possibility of exercising these rights is ensured to women by granting them an equal right with men to work, payment for work, rest and leisure, social insurance and education, and by state protection of the interests of mother and child, pre-maternity and maternity leave with full pay, and the provision of a wide network of maternity homes, nurseries and kindergartens.

ARTICLE 123. Equality of rights of citizens of the S.S.R.N., irrespective of their nationality or race, in all spheres of economic, state, cultural, social and political life, is an indefeasible law. Any direct or indirect restriction of the rights of, or, conversely, any establishment of direct or indirect privileges for, citizens on account of their race or nationality, as well as any advocacy of racial or national exclusiveness or hatred and contempt, is punishable by law.

ARTICLE 124. In order to ensure to citizens freedom of conscience, the church in the S.S.R.N. is separated from the state, and the school from the church. Freedom of religious worship and freedom of antireligious propaganda is recognized for all citizens.

ARTICLE 125. In conformity with the interests of the working people, and in order to strengthen the socialist system, the citizens of the S.S.R.N. are guaranteed by law:

a. freedom of speech;

b. freedom of the press;

c. freedom of assembly, including the holding of mass meetings;

d. freedom of street processions and demonstrations.

These civil rights are ensured by placing at the disposal of the working people and their organizations printing presses, stocks of paper, public buildings, the streets, communications facilities and other material requisites for the exercise of these rights.

ARTICLE 126. In conformity with the interests of the working people, and in order to develop the organizational initiative and political activity of the masses of the people, citizens of the S.S.R.N. are ensured the right to unite in public organizations--trade unions, cooperative associations, youth organizations,' sport and defense organizations, cultural, technical and scientific societies; and the most active and politically most conscious citizens in the ranks of the working class and other sections of the working people unite in the Communist Party of Novak, which is the vanguard of the working people in their struggle to strengthen and develop the socialist system and is the leading core of all organizations of the working people, both public and state.

ARTICLE 127. Citizens of the S.S.R.N. are guaranteed inviolability of the person. No person may be placed under arrest except by decision of a court or with the sanction of a procurator.

ARTICLE 128. The inviolability of the homes of citizens and privacy of correspondence are protected by law.

ARTICLE 129. The S.S.R.N. affords the right of asylum to foreign citizens persecuted for defending the interests of the working people, or for their scientific activities, or for their struggle for national liberation.

ARTICLE 130. It is the duty of every citizen of the S.S.R.N. to abide by the Constitution of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak, to observe the laws, to maintain labor discipline, honestly to perform public duties, and to respect the rules of socialist intercourse.

ARTICLE 131. It is the duty of every citizen of the S.S.R.N. to safeguard and strengthen public, socialist property as the sacred and inviolable foundation of the Soviet system, as the source of the wealth and might of the country, as the source of the prosperous and cultured life of all the working people.

Persons committing offenses against public, socialist property are enemies of the people.

ARTICLE 132. Universal military service is law. Military service in the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army is an honorable duty of the citizens of the S.S.R.N.

ARTICLE 133. To defend the fatherland is the sacred duty of every citizen of the S.S.R.N. Treason to the country--violation of the oath of allegiance, desertion to the enemy, impairing the military power of the state, espionage is punishable with all the severity of the law as the most heinous of crimes.

CHAPTER XI

THE ELECTORAL SYSTEM

ARTICLE 134. Members of all Soviets of Working People's Deputies--of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., the Supreme Soviets of the State, the Soviets of Working People's Deputies of the States, area, district, city and rural (station, village, etc) Soviets of Working People's Deputies--are chosen by the electors on the basis of universal, direct and equal suffrage by secret ballot.

ARTICLE 135. Elections of deputies are universal: all citizens of the S.S.R.N. who have reached the age of eighteen, irrespective of race or nationality, religion, educational and residential qualifications, social origin, property status or past activities, have the right to vote in the election of deputies and to be elected, with the exception of insane persons and persons who have been convicted by a court of law and whose sentences include deprivation of electoral rights.

ARTICLE 136. Elections of deputies are equal: each citizen has one vote; all citizens participate in elections on an equal footing.

ARTICLE 137. Women have the right to elect and be elected on equal terms with men.

ARTICLE 138. Citizens serving in the Red Army have the right to elect and be elected on equal terms with all other citizens.

ARTICLE 139. Elections of deputies are direct: all Soviets of Working People's Deputies, from rural and city Soviets of Working People's Deputies to the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N., inclusive, are elected by the citizens by direct vote.

ARTICLE 140. Voting at elections of deputies is secret.

ARTICLE 141. Candidates for election are nominated according to electoral areas. The right to nominate candidates is secured to public organizations and societies of the working people: Communist Party organizations, trade unions, cooperatives, youth organizations and cultural societies.

ARTICLE 142. It is the duty of every deputy to report to his electors on his work and on the work of the Soviet of Working People's Deputies, and he is liable to be recalled at any time in the manner established by law upon decision of a majority of the electors.

CHAPTER XII

ARMS, FLAG, CAPITAL

ARTICLE 143. The arms of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak consist of a sickle and hammer against a globe depicted in the rays of the sun and surrounded by ears of grain with the inscription "Workers of Novak, Unite!" in the languages of the Republic. At the top of the arms is a five-pointed star. Socialist Republics is of red cloth with the sickle and hammer depicted in gold in the center and above-to the-right of them a five-pointed red star bordered in gold. The ratio of the width to the length is 1:2.

ARTICLE 145. The capital of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak is the City of Riyadh.

CHAPTER XIII

PROCEDURE FOR AMENDING THE CONSTITUTION

ARTICLE 146. The Constitution of the S.S.R.N. may be amended only by decision of the Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N. adopted by a majority of not less than two-thirds of the votes cast in each of its Chambers.

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Leader of the Communist Party of Novak

General Secretary of the Central Committee & Politburo: Akhmed "Baghnakh" Shakir

Council of People's Commissars of The Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak

Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars: Akhmed "Baghnakh" Shakir

Deputy Chairman: Ali Nasir Muhammad Husani

Deputy Chairman: Taqiuddin al-Nabhani

People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs: Srant Mali

People's Commissar for Agriculture: Harun Mufaddal

People's Commissar for Armament: Harith Abd-al-Rahman

People's Commissar for Ammunition: Abdul Ismail

People's Commissar for Tank Industry: Salim Ali

People's Commissar for Mortar Arms: Haidar Abu Bakr al-Attas

People's Commissar for Aviation Industry: Qahtan al-Shaabi

People's Commissar for Building Materials Industry: Baki Fayiz

People's Commissar for Chemical Industry: Faysal al-Shaabi

People's Commissar for Coal Industry: Muhammad Ali Haitham

People's Commissar for Commerce: Hakeem Yakub

People's Commissar for Transport: Latif Kamil

People's Commissar for Construction: Faizel Salman

People's Commissar for Defence: Fadil Khalil

People's Commissar for Electrotechnical Industry: Yasin Said Numan

People's Commissar for Ferrous Metallurgy: Suha Taji-Farouki

People's Commissar for Finance: Junaid Issa

People's Commissar for Fish Economy: Faraj Bin Ghanem

People's Commissar for Food Industry: Abdulkarim Ismail Al-Arhabi

People's Commissar for Foreign Trade: Yahya Ali al-Raee

People's Commissar for Health: Zaman Haytham

People's Commissar for Heavy Machine Building: Faisal Bin Shamlan

People's Commissar for the Interior: Rashad Abd-al-Malik

People's Commissar for Justice: Mansur Junaid

People's Commissar for Light Industry: Muhammad al-Badr

People's Commissar for Machine Building: Gamal Abdel Nasser

People's Commissar for Medium Machine Building: Khalifa Al Nahyan

People's Commissar for Meat and Dairy Industry: Rashid Al Maktoum

People's Commissar for Merchant Marine on Rivers: Zayed Al Nahyan

People's Commissar for Merchant Marine in Open Sea: Hamad Al Sharqi

People's Commissar for the Navy: Ahmad Al Mu`alla

People's Commissar for Non-Ferrous Metallurgy: Humaid Al Nuaimi

People's Commissar for Oil Industry: Rahma al-Qasimi

People's Commissar for Post and Telecommunications: Abd-al-Malik Shakeel

People's Commissar for Power Plants: Abdullah Youssef Zainal

People's Commissar for Procurement of Agr.Products: Fahd Rahman

People's Commissar for Rubber Industry: Muttalib bin Abdullah Al-Nafisah

People's Commissar for Shipbuilding: Abdullah Al-Othman

People's Commissar for State Farms: Nabil Ziya

People's Commissar for Technical Cultivation: Aali Iman

People's Commissar for Textil Industry: Qaboos Al Said

People's Commissar for Timber Industry: Rawiyah al Busaidiyah

People's Commissar for Cellulose & Paper Industry: 'Abdul al-Barrak

People's Commissar for State Control: Hikmat Murad

People´s Commissar for State Security: Zayd Rasul

People's Commissar for Agricultural Machines: Hamad Al Thani

People's Commissar for Automobile Industry: Barak Bulus

People's Commissar for Construction & Road Build.M.: Yahya Ali al-Raee

People's Commissar for Construction of Industrial Plants: Faisal Bin Shamlan

People's Commissar for Construction of Fuel Industry: Abdul Qadir Bajamal

People's Commissar for Construction of Heavy Industry: Saleh al-Luhaidan

People's Commissar for Construction of Tool-Machines: Ibrahim Al-Ghaith

People's Commissar for Transport Machines Construction: Ata Bin Khalil

Chairman of State Planning Commission: Yusef Ibrahim

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Communist Party of Novak Organization

General Secretary:

The General Secretary of the Communist Party of Novak, officially the General Secretary of the Central Committee, was the chief administrative official of the Communist Party of Novak and, due to the tenure of Akhmed Shakir, effectively the leader of the party and the S.S.R.N.

The Secretariat:

The Secretariat of the CPN Central Committee was a key body within the Communist Party of Novak and was responsible for the central administration of the party as opposed to drafting government policy which was usually handled by the Politburo. Its members were elected by the Communist Party's Central Committee, although in all but the first years of its existence the elections were a formality since decisions were made by the senior leadership before the voting. The General Secretary of the CPN, who was also a Politburo member, was the leader of the Secretariat and the Party. Dual membership in the Secretariat and the Politburo was reserved for two or three very senior members of the Soviet Novak leadership and was considered a stepping stone to the ultimate power.

The Politburo:

The Politburo functioned as the central policy-making and governing body of the Communist Party of Novak. The body was made up of the top members of the Central Committee. In theory, it acted as the political bureau (hence Politburo) of the Central Committee, elected by them to direct the Party between the sessions of the committee and with a mandate that only covered the Party. The Politburo was responsible to, and its membership was subject to, the approval of the Central Committee.

In reality, the Politburo was a self-perpetuating body that served as the executive branch of Novak, and its decisions de facto had the force of law. It oversaw the operations of the Committee and made all major policy decisions, which it then passed down through the Central Committee, the Supreme Soviet and the Party Congress. Its control extended from the Party and into government because Party personnel held all key government posts and party discipline therefore ensured that Politburo policy was implemented by all government organizations.

The First Party Congress formalized this reality and re-established what would later on become the true center of political power in Soviet Novak. It ordered the Central Committee to appoint a five-member Politburo to decide on questions too urgent to await full Central Committee deliberation. The current members of the Politburo are Akhmed Shakir, Ali Husani, Srant Mali, Zayd Rasul and Hikmat Murad.

Although, in theory, the Politburo was elected by the Central Committee, in practice, the leading members of the Politburo and, of course, Shakir, were highly influential in determining the body's composition. This, in the end, reflected the weight and competing influence of various individuals within the party, their allies within the Politburo and supporters outside of it.

Under Shakir the processes under which the leadership of the party was determined became an entirely hierarchical matter with the General Secretary determining the composition of the Central Committee and even that of the Politburo rather than the reverse.

The Politburo had both full and candidate (non-voting) members. The actual size of the Politburo varied, but it usually consisted of fourteen full and eight candidate members. Although it had no formal head, the General Secretary of the Party, who was almost always head of the Central Committee, functioned as its de facto chairman. In practice the most powerful Politburo members also had membership of the Secretariat of the CPN Central Committee, the General Secretary leading of this group. Those who had seats on only one of these two bodies had less influence. Only a few women ever became members of the Politburo.

In order to minimize personal clashes and avoid factionalism there was a convention of procedure which mandated that strong criticisms be circulated beforehand to avoid conflict during actual meetings.

The Central Committee:

The Central Committee of the Communist Party of Novak, was the highest body of the Communist Party of Novak (CPN). Its full name was the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Novak = CC CPN.

According to Party rules, the Central Committee directed all Party and government activities between each Party Congress. Members of the committee were elected at the Party Congress every five years.

The Politburo was elected by and reporting to the Central Committee. Besides the Politburo the Central Committee also elected the Secretaries of the Central Committee which comprised the Secretariat of the Central Committee. The Central Committee elected the General Secretary of the CPN as well.

For most of its existence, the power of the Central Committee was limited by its infrequent meetings and large membership, and true power lay with the Politburo. The Committee functioned as a rubber-stamp to legitimize and give an aura of consensus to Politburo decisions. The Committee would meet only twice a year, with sessions lasting one or two days. Special plenary sessions would be held before a major event, such as a new long-term plan or the selection of a new General Secretary. The elections were facades too, with the membership being selected in advance by the leaders.

Party Control Committee:

Party Control Committee (PCC) of the CPN Central Committee was a supreme disciplinary organ within the hierarchy of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The Party Control Committee was to be elected by the Central Committee, usually by its plenary meeting.

The Party Control Committee oversaw the party discipline of the party members and candidate party members in terms of their observance of the Program and regulations of the Party, state discipline and Party ethics. It administered punishments, including expulsions from the Party. The Party Control Committee also considered the appeals of party members punished by their local Party organizations.

The chairman of the Party Control Committee was a powerful figure in Party politics, and usually held membership in the Politburo.

Central Auditing Commission:

Central Auditing Commission (CAC), was a supervisory organ within the Communist Party of Novak. Similar organs existed in a number of other Communist Parties, which were analogous with that of the CPN.

The Central Auditing Commission was elected by and reported to the CPN Party Congress and its membership was just below that of the CPN Central Committee within the intraparty bureaucratic hierarchy.

The Central Auditing Commission supervised the expeditious and proper handling of affairs by the central bodies of the Party, and audited the accounts of the treasury and the enterprises of the CPN Central Committee.

It is not to be confused with yet another CPN control organ: the Party Control Committee of the CPN Central Committee, which was responsible for enforcing Party discipline.

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Government Organization

Council of People's Commissars:

The government is called the Council of People's Commissars. The People's Commissars functions as government ministers; a ministry was therefore called called a People's Commissariat.

The role and structure of the CPC was formalized in the 2010 Constitution of the SSRN. The CPC of the SSRN is responsible to the Supreme Soviet of the SSRN for the "general administration of the affairs of the nation. The constitution enabled the CPC to issue decrees carrying the full force of law when the Supreme Soviet is not in session. The Supreme Soviet then routinely approves these decrees at its next session.

Each People's Commissar is head of commissariat and has several deputies and a collegium which function as a deliberative body to advise the commissar.

The Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars, also elected by the Supreme Soviet, has a function similar to that of a prime minister. The first Chairman of the CPC is Akhmed Shakir.

The Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak:

The Supreme Soviet is made up of two chambers, each with equal legislative powers, with members elected for four-year terms:

* The Soviet of the Union, elected on the basis of population with one deputy for every 300,000 people in the Soviet Republic

* The Soviet of Nationalities, representing the ethnic populations, with members elected on the basis of 32 deputies from each Soviet State and 11 from each autonomous region. The administrative units of the same type would send in the same number of members regardless of their size or population.

The Supreme Soviet functions as a rubber stamp to legislation originating from less representative but more powerful bodies, like the Politburo.

The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet:

The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet is a permanent body of the Supreme Soviets. This body is of the Republic level (Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of Novak), as well as in all Soviet States and autonomous regions. Structure and functions of the presidium's in these republics are virtually identical. The presidium's were elected by the Supreme Soviet to act on its behalf while the soviet was not in session. The chairman of the presidium is the de jure head of state. However, both the Supreme Soviet and its Presidium lack actual power, which was in the hands of the Communist Party of Novak.

Its building was situated inside the Red Tower in Riyadh, also where the Supreme Soviet met.

The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet was elected by the Supreme Soviet of the SSRN at a joint session of both chambers at the first session of each following convocation. The deputies of the Presidium were appointed for the duration of the term of office of the Supreme Soviet. The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the SSRN consisted of a chairman, his 14 deputies (one from each state of the Soviet Republic), a secretary, and 20 members. The Presidium was accountable to the Supreme Soviet of the SSRN for all its activities.

According to the Constitution of the SSRN, the basic powers of Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the SSRN are:

* promulgation of decrees;

* interpretation of current Soviet laws;

* dissolution of the Supreme Soviet of the SSRN on the basis of the Constitution of the SSRN and setting new elections: carrying out a national referendum on its own initiative or at the request of one of the states of the Republic;

* abrogation of decrees, issued by the Council of Peoples Commissars of the SSRN and Council of Peoples Commissars of the states of the Republic in case there is a discrepancy with the law;

* relieving Chairman of the Council of Peoples Commissars of the SSRN of his post and appointing Peoples Commissars of the USSR (between sessions of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR) with the subsequent submittal for the Supreme Soviet's approval;

* establishment of orders and medals of the SSRN and carrying out the awarding procedures;

* establishment of honorary titles of the SSRN and their assignment;

* realization of the right to pardon;

* appointment and dismissal of the highest command of the Soviet Armed Forces;

* establishment of military and diplomatic ranks and other special ranks;

* declaration of the general and partial mobilization;

* declaration of war in case of an attack on the SSRN or in case when it was necessary to implement obligations of international mutual defense treaties;

* ratification and denunciation of international treaties, signed by the SSRN;

* representation of the Supreme Soviet of the SSRN (between its sessions) in its relations with parliaments of foreign countries;

* appointment and dismissal of Soviet plenipotentiaries in foreign countries;

* receiving of Letters of Credence and Letters of Recall from foreign diplomatic representatives, accredited in the SSRN;

* declaration of the martial law in a given region or across the SSRN in the interest of defending the SSRN or preserving public order and state security.

The presidium also deals with questions regarding the acquisition of the Soviet citizenship, its forfeiting or voluntary rejection.

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Supreme Soviet of the S.S.R.N Seat's and Committee's

Soviet of the Union

Seats:

Total: 237

Communist Party of Novak: 237 seats

Commissions:

Mandates

Legislative Proposals

Budget Planning

Foreign Affairs

Youth Affairs

Industry

Transportation and Communications

Construction and Industry of Building Materials

Agriculture

Consumer Goods

Public Education

Healthcare and Social Security

Science and Culture

Trade

Consumer Service and Municipal Economy

Environment

Soviet of Nationalities

Seats:

Total: 459

The Soviet State of Al Bahah: 32

The Soviet State of Ar Riyad (Riyadh): 32

The Soviet State of Ash Sharqiyah (Eastern): 32

The Soviet State of 'Asir: 32

The Soviet State of Jizan: 32

The Soviet State of Makkah: 32

The Soviet State of Najran: 32

The Soviet State of al-Yaman: 32

The Soviet State of 'Umān: 32

The Soviet State of al-'Arabīyah: 32

The Soviet State of Iritriya: 32

The Soviet State of Arḍ aṣ-Ṣūmāl: 32

The Soviet State of Galmudu: 32

The Soviet State of Puntlaand: 32

The Autonomous Region of Saigon: 11

Commissions:

Mandate Commission

Commission on Legislative Suppositions

Budget Planning Commission

Foreign Affairs Commission

Youth Affairs Commission

Industry Commission

Transportation and Communications Commission

Construction and Industry of Building Materials Commission

Agricultural Commission

Consumer Goods Commission

Public Education Commission

Science and Culture Commission

Trade Commission

Consumer Service and Municipal Economy Commission

Environmental Commission

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Legal Political Parties in Novak:

Communist Party of Novak

Party Leader – Akhmed Shakir

Ideology – They believe in Leninist teachings of communism and support the forceful deposition of the incumbent government, assume power and establish a dictatorship of the proletariat government. They wish to educate the proletariat and dispel the societal false consciousness of religion and nationalism that are culturally instilled by the bourgeoisie in facilitating exploitation. The dictatorship of the proletariat is governed with a de-centralized direct democracy practiced via soviets where the workers exercise political power.

Illegal Political Parties in Novak:

Pan-Arab Party of Novak

Party Leader- Essa Murad

Ideology - The Pan-Arab Party is a secular and socialist Party in Novak. They seek to abolish the free market in favor for a state-owned and controlled market. The party, however, still wishes for the nation to be a democratic republic. It strongly opposes colonialism in Africa, Arabia and non-Arab political involvement in the Arab world. It also seeks to improve the security of Novak from outside non-Arab influence by protest and proposed legislation to remove the country from the Eurasian Union.

Novakian Social Democratic Party

Party Leader - Guda Hisein

Ideology - The NSDP believes in a mixed economy consisting of both private enterprise and publicly owned or subsidized programs. They believe National Assembly bodies should regulate private enterprise in the interests of workers and consumers by ensuring labor rights, consumer protections, and a fair market. Environmentalism and environmental protection laws are a concern for the NSDP; for example, funding for alternative energy resources. They wish for a more open immigration and support multiculturalism. They support a lower voting age, ranging from 16 to 21. They support fair trade over free trade. They strongly support foreign policy for the promotion of democracy and the protection of human rights, to the point of less-than-peaceful actions.

Islamic Party

Party Leader – Ra'd Al-Asad

Ideology – The IPN seek the strong enforcement of Sharia through amendments to the Basic Law of Novak. They support pan-Islamic political unity and of the elimination of non-Muslim military, economic, political, social, or cultural influences in the Muslim world, which they believe to be incompatible with Islam. They seek to recreate the theocracy that once ruled Novak for a short amount of time and seek to move Novak to a state-controlled economy.

­­Democratic Christian Party

Party Leader - Malak Riad

Ideology – The DCP believe in "traditional moral values", such as opposition to secularization, gay marriage, and abortion in all forms. They believe view of the development of society is evolutionary, and reject the workings of communism. They support a strong Christian curriculum in schools and an emphasis that the individual is part of their community and has duties towards it. They support a strong free market economy, with little to no regulation regarding competition in the marketplace.

Novakian Moderate Party

Party Leader – Faruq Sami

Ideology – The NMP supports a free market, privatization, personal freedom, strong tax cuts for job creation and control of the public-sector job growth rate, while embracing many social benefits created by the nation. The party has a large emphasis on issues such as harsher actions against crime in order to increase and promote the value of working, and maintaining high quality in the educational system. The party supports the legalization of same-sex marriage and it supports Novak's membership in the Eurasian Union and Aphrike.

Feminist Party

Party Leader – Shukriya Batul

Ideology – The Feminist Party is dedicated to exposing, resisting, and eliminating the inequities of women's existence. They seek to insure survival for the female sex and dismantle what they think the social and material source of sexism: the capitalist form of production and distribution of products, characterized by intrinsic class, race, sex, and caste. They work for the revolutionary transformation of capitalism into a influential socialist society, and work for a world in which all people may enjoy the right of full humanity and freedom from poverty, war, racism, sexism, homophobia, anti-Semitism, and repression. They are considered a highly militant group in Novak.

Authoritarian Nationalist Party

Party Leader – Khalifa Sa'id

Ideology – The Party considers the nation a single organic entity which binds people together by their ancestry, and is seen as a natural unifying force of people. They seeks to solve existing economic, political, and social problems by achieving a millenarian national rebirth, exalting the nation or race above all else, and promoting cults of unity, strength and purity. They also believe expansionist imperialism is a necessity to survive. They advocate the creation of an authoritarian government that is an autocratic single-party state led by a leader with dictatorial powers. They are considered to be an extremely militant group.

Environmentalist Movement of Novak

Party Leader – Habib Rahat

Ideology – They believe that a free market overexploits common property resources, over-pollute, do too little pollution cleanup; and over-consume. In order to control the resources, they believe in controlling the resources and rationing them out to corporations and individuals. In order to control resources, they wish for an environmentally friendly authoritarian government with a unicameral, environmentalist legislative body.

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African Anarchist Party

Party Leader – Tau Enu

Ideology – The AAP opposes the existence of the state and the subjugation and domination of people of color, and favors a non-hierarchical organization of society. They seek to abolish the Arab supremacy, patriarchy, capitalism, and the state. They are a violent group with a minor following in the Puntlaand and Somaliland provinces.

Reform Party

Party leader – Husayn Hafeez

Ideology – The Reform Party believes society's strength is being torn apart by the large, politically connected corporations that together conspire to restrict free enterprise, avoid taxes and destroy the fortunes of the honest businessman, and by members of the underclass and immigrants whose reliance on welfare and government benefits drains the strength of the nation. Immigrants are viewed as a threat, a drain on social services, and as a vanguard of globalization that threatens to destroy national identities and sovereignty. They are against corrupt Big Business and against welfare programs. ­They are sympathetic to the idea that labor should be protected at least to some extent from the chaotic forces of consumer choice and market competition.

Community Party

Party Leader – Majid Yusef

Ideology – They believe in the creation of intentional communities of people living together, sharing common interests, property, possessions, resources, work and income. In addition to the communal economy, consensus decision-making, non-hierarchical structures and ecological living are important core principles for the Party. They believe in putting the interests of the community above the interests of the individual. This is based on their belief that the community exists for the benefit of the individuals who participate in it, so the best way to serve the interests of the individual is through the interests of the community.

Party for an Equal Society

Party Leader – Khalifa Nizar

Ideology – The PES supports the transformation from a capitalistic state to a socialist state. They believe the means of production should not be the private property of individuals, but belong to the whole of society. They support a society where every member performs a certain part of the necessary work. They support a wage system where a worker receives a certificate from society to show he has done a certain amount of work. And with this certificate the worker receives from the public store of goods, a corresponding quantity of products. They also wish to implement a societal change to ensure each person receives from society as much as he has given to it.

Judaic-Anarchy Party

Party Leader – Mohammad Basim

Ideology – They believe in a religious version of libertarian communism, based on principles of Kabbalah. They supported the Kibbutz movement and preach the establishment of a network of self-ruled nationalist communes, who would eventually annul the brute-force Novakian regime completely. They believe every man should do that which is right in his own eyes. They also believe there is nothing more humiliating and degrading for a person than being under the brute-force government.

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Economy of Novak

Statistics

Currency: Novak Riyal (NR)

Fiscal year: 1 June - 31 May

GDP: $310.836 billion

GDP per capita: $58,462.62

GDP by sector: agriculture (2%), industry (26.7%), services (71.3%)

Population below poverty line: 4.3%

Labor force by occupation: services (68.1%), industry (27.7%), agriculture (4.2%)

Unemployment: 2.8%

Main industries: petroleum, petroleum refining, oil production, aerospace, telecommunications, food processing, mining, defense, electronics, chemicals, financial services, oil drilling equipment, rubber processing and rubber products, ship repair & shipbuilding, offshore platform construction, life sciences, machine tools, industrial equipment, scientific equipment, motor vehicles and parts, electronic machinery, computers, processed metals, chemical products, coal mining, paper, food processing, textiles, clothing and other consumer goods

Sectors

Energy

Novak is a net exporter of energy. Most important are the large oil and gas resources centered in central Novak, but also present in southern Novak. A study undertaken at the University of Riyadh suggests that Novak's economy, without the impact of oil and gas, would be reduced to less than half its current size. The vast oil reserves give Novak one of the world's largest reserves of oil. In Novak, wind power is an inexpensive and relatively environmentally friendly source of abundant energy that is currently being placed throughout the nation. In part because of this, Novak is also has a high per capita consumers of energy. Recently, an important issue in politics is that while Arabian Novak is one of the world's richest sources of energy, the industrial regions of Somali & Eritrea Novak has fewer native sources of power.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing industry accounted for portion of national output in Novak and for a medium portion of employment. This is a continuation of the steady decline in the importance of this sector to the Novakian economy, although the sector is still important for overseas trade. The regions with the highest proportion of employees in manufacturing were the Somali and Eritrea Novak.

Engineering and allied industries comprise the single largest sector, contributing to nearly a fifth of total industries in manufacturing. The Novakian motor industry also comprises numerous components for the sector, such as the Novakian Automobile Supply Company diesel engine plant in Southern Novak, which produces a large number of Novak's diesel engines.

A range of companies manufacture railway locomotives and other related components. Associated with this sector are the aerospace and defense equipment industries. Novak manufactures a broad range of equipment, with the sector being dominated by Novak Military & Aerospace Company, which manufactures civil and defense aerospace, land and marine equipment; Novakian Naval Company, Novak's largest builders of warships; and Novakian Military & Naval Systems Company, who manufacture aerospace engines and power generation systems.

Another important component of Engineering and allied industries is electronics, audio and optical equipment, with Novak having a broad base of domestic firms, alongside a number of foreign firms manufacturing a wide range of TV, radio and communications products, scientific and optical instruments, electrical machinery and office machinery and computers.

Chemicals and chemical-based products are another important contributor to Novak's manufacturing base. Within this sector, the pharmaceutical industry is particularly successful, with large pharmaceutical firms being based in Novak (Novakian Pharmaceutical's & Novakian Chemical Supply Company) and having major research and development and manufacturing facilities there.

Other important sectors of the manufacturing industry include food, drink, tobacco, paper, printing, publishing and textiles.

Automobile Industry

The automobile industry in Novak is a quite large employer in the country, with a large labor force of over 196,000 working in the industry. Today the Novakian automotive industry is almost totally dominated by Novakian Automobile Group, with over 90% of vehicles in the country produced by it. Novakian automotive part industry covered over 1,127 firms and employed almost 250,000 people. Novak's automotive industry is best known of its automobile designs and luxury cars, sports and supercars. The automotive industry makes a significant contribution to the Novakian GDP.

Service sector

The service sector in Novak is vast and multifaceted, employing some three quarters of Novakians and accounting for over two thirds of GDP.The largest employer is the retail sector, employing about five percent of Novakians. The retail industry is mainly concentrated in a relatively small number of chain stores clustered together in shopping malls. In recent years the rise of big-box stores has led to fewer workers in this sector and a migration of retail jobs to the suburbs.

The second largest portion of the service sector is the business services, employing only a slightly smaller percentage of the population. This includes the financial services, real estate, and communications industries. This portion of the economy has been rapidly growing in recent years. It is largely concentrated in the major urban centers, especially Ta'if and Riyadh.

The education and health sectors are two of Novak's largest, but both are largely under the purview of the government. The health care industry has been rapidly growing, and is the third largest in Novak. Its rapid growth has led to problems for governments who must find money to fund it.

Novak has an important high tech industry, and also an entertainment industry creating content both for local and international consumption. Tourism is of ever increasing importance, with the vast majority of international visitors coming from the neighboring nations. Though the recent strength of the Novakian currency has hurt this sector, other nations have increased tourism to Novak.

Biotechnology

Novak is aggressively promoting and developing its biotechnology industry. Hundreds of millions of dollars were invested into the sector to build up infrastructure, fund research and development and to recruit top international scientists to Novak. Leading drug makers, such as Novakian Pharmaceutical's have set up plants in the Oman and Yemen regions of Novak. Recently, NP announced that it is investing to build another plant to produce pediatric vaccines.

High Tech Sector

Whilst praise has been given to efforts to promote Novak's biotechnology sector, the traditional tech sector remains larger and could benefit from similar public-private sector efforts to promote Novakian high-tech companies. The government is working on a campaign to raise the amount of high technology produced by Novak. The spending power of the government and government-linked companies alone could impact sales and company value of Novakian high-tech companies. Some believe more tax holidays for high-tech hardware companies and government loans for the more innovative ones will lead Novak to surpass other tech centers although competing with inventors and product designers in GDR and Rebel Army may prove difficult due to Novak's less than large base.

Agriculture

Only 15% of Novak's land is suitable for cultivation. Because of this lack of arable land, a system of farming in small areas is used. This results in one of the world's highest levels of crop yields per unit area, with an overall agricultural self-sufficiency rate of about 24%.

Novak's small agricultural sector, however, is also highly subsidized and protected, with government regulations that favor small-scale cultivation instead of large-scale agriculture.

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Stasec

The Stasec was founded after the formation of the SSRN as the PCSS. It is regarded by the Party as an extremely loyal and effective partner in control the nation. Zayd Rasul is the first Peoples Commissar of State Security of the SSRN.

Rasul's Stasec is independent, although Party liaison officers are in all eight main Stasec directorates, each with his own office inside the Stasec's Riyadh compound, and in each of the fifteen Stasec district headquarters around Soviet Novak.

Organization:

The Peoples Commissariat for State Security also included the following entities:

* Main Administration for Reconnaissance: focused its efforts primarily upon Enemy States and Blocs, but it also operated Soviet Novakian intelligence in all foreign countries..

* Main Coordinating Administration of the PCSS: coordinated its work with allied intelligence agencies.

* Main Department for Communications Security and Personnel Protection: provided personal security for the national leadership and maintained and operated an internal secure communications system for the government.

* Administration for Security of Heavy Industry, Research and the Economy: protection against sabotage or espionage.

* Main Administration for Struggle against Suspicious Persons: was charged with the surveillance of foreigners legally traveling or residing within the country. This included the diplomatic community, tourists, and official guests.

* Division of Garbage Analysis: was responsible for analyzing garbage for any suspect foods and/or materials.

* Administration 12: was responsible for the surveillance of mail and telephone communications.

* Administration 2000: was responsible for the reliability of Soviet Armed Forces personnel. Admin 2000 operated a secret, unofficial network of informants within the SAF.

* Penal System: to facilitate its mission of enforcing the political security of Soviet Novak, the Stasec operated its own penal system, distinct from that of the Peoples Commissariat of the Interior. This system comprised prison camps for political, as opposed to criminal, offenders.

* Rasul Guards Regiment: the armed force at disposal of the ministry, named for the founder of the Novakian secret police. The members of this regiment, who served at least 3 years, were responsible for protecting high government and party buildings and personnel. The regiment was composed of six motorized rifle battalions, one artillery battalion, and one training battalion. Its equipment included armored personnel carriers, 120mm mortars, 85mm and 100mm antitank guns, antiaircraft guns, and helicopters. A source reported that the troops of the PCSS also had commando units similar to the SSRN's elite forces. These units were said to wear the uniform of the airborne troops, although with a violet patch of the Peoples Commissar for State Security rather than the orange one of paratroopers. They also wore the sleeve stripe of the Rasul Guards Regiment.

Stasec Operations:

The Stasec employed a total of 428021 persons in an effort to root out the class enemy. the Stasec employed 371,015 persons full time, including 9,000 fully employed unofficial collaborators, 37,073 soldiers and 10,933 officers of SSRN army, along with an unknown number of unofficial informants inside and outside the SSRN. In terms of the identity of Stasec informants, none have been identified; current numbers speculate 2.5% of Soviet Novak's population between the ages of 18 and 60 are informants

Stasec efforts with one agent per 166 citizens dwarfed other State Security Agencies of the past and present. When informants were included, the Stasec had one spy per 66 citizens of Soviet Novak. When part-time informer adults were included, the figures reach approximately one spy per 6.5 citizens.

Full-time officers were posted to all major industrial plants (the extensiveness of any surveillance largely depended on how valuable a product was to the economy) and one tenant in every apartment building was designated as a watchdog reporting to an area representative of the PCSS. Spies reported every relative or friend that stayed the night at another's apartment. Tiny holes were bored in apartment and hotel room walls through which Stasec agents filmed citizens with special video cameras. Similarly, schools, universities, and hospitals were extensively infiltrated. Stasec executions are carried out in strict secrecy, and usually are accomplished with a single pistol shot to the neck. In most instances, the relatives of the executed were not informed of either the sentence or the execution.

The Stasec had formal categorizations of each type of informant, and had official guidelines on how to extract information from, and control, those who they came into contact with. The roles of informants ranged from those already in some way involved in state security (such as the police and the armed services) to those in the opposition movements (such as dissidents in the arts and the Islamic Party). Information gathered about the latter groups was frequently used to divide or discredit members. Informants were made to feel important, given material or social incentives, and were imbued with a sense of adventure, and only around 7.7%, according to official figures, were coerced into cooperating. A significant proportion of those informing were members of the CPN; to employ some form of blackmail, however, was not uncommon.

Domestic Influence:

The Stasec infiltrated almost every aspect of SSRN life. About one of every 7 Novaki collaborates with the Stasec – one of the most extensive police infiltrations of a society in history. The Stasec monitors political behavior among SSRN citizens, and is known to use torture and intimidation to mute dissent. They also ran prison camps throughout the nation.

Prison Camps:

The CoLaCaCo (CLCC) was the government agency that administered the main Soviet penal labor camp systems. While the camps housed a wide range of convicts, from petty criminals to political prisoners, with large numbers convicted by simplified procedures, such as PCSS trium's and other instruments of extrajudicial punishment, the CLCC is recognized as a major instrument of political repression in Soviet Novak. CLCC is the acronym for The Chief Administration of Corrective Labor Camps and Colonies of the PCSS.

Living and working conditions in the camps varied significantly across time and place, depending, among other things, on the impact of broader events However, to one degree or another, the large majority of prisoners at most times faced meager food rations, inadequate clothing, overcrowding, poorly insulated housing; poor hygiene, and inadequate health care. The overwhelming majority of prisoners were compelled to perform harsh physical labor. In most periods and economic branches, the degree of mechanization of work processes was significantly lower than in the civilian industry: tools were often primitive and machinery, if existent, short in supply. Officially established work hours were in most periods longer and days off were fewer than for civilian workers. Often official work time regulations were extended by local camp administrators.

In general, the central administrative bodies showed a discernible interest in maintaining the labor force of prisoners in a condition allowing the fulfillment of construction and production plans handed down from above. Besides a wide array of punishments for prisoners refusing to work (which, in practice, were sometimes applied to prisoners that were too enfeebled to meet production quota), they instituted a number of positive incentives intended to boost productivity. These included monetary bonuses and wage payments, cuts of sentences on an individual basis, general early release schemes for norm fulfillment and over-fulfillment, preferential treatment and privileges for the most productive.

A distinctive incentive scheme that included both coercive and motivational elements and was applied universally in all camps consisted in standardized "nourishment scales": the size of the inmates' ration depended on the percentage of the work quota delivered. While it was effective in compelling many prisoners to make serious work efforts, for many a prisoner it had the adverse effect, accelerating the exhaustion and sometimes causing the death of persons unable to fulfill high production quota.

Considering the overall conditions and their influence on inmates, it is important to distinguish three major strata of CLCC inmates:

* people used to physical labor: people sentenced for violation of various decrees about work discipline, etc.), occasional violators of criminal law

* dedicated criminals

* people unused to physical labor sentenced for various political and religious reasons.

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Soviet Armed Forces

The Armed Forces of Soviet Novak have been the backbone of the survival of the nation since its foundation as a capitalist society, and now as a socialist society. Politics, Economics and Society were intertwined in the military, with those serving being considered in the highest regard. The Soviet Military's mission was to defend itself, its allies, its interests abroad and to ensure victory at any time the military was needed. It could project its power across the seas, making Soviet Novak a regional and global power. The military is controlled by the Party to ensure the military does not stray from its mission through proper education, training and Party over-watch at all levels of the military.

While the Soviet Armed Forces are not the largest in the world, it prides itself on elitist training for new recruits and the intellect of its recruits in military tactics. There are eight branches a part of the armed forces, headed by the General Staff of the Soviet Armed Forces. In the order of importance, the military branches are the Strategic Rocket Forces, Soviet Army, Air Defense Forces, Air Forces, Soviet Navy, Civil Defense Corp, Border Troops and Internal Troops.

The General Staff of the SSRN Armed Forces:

The General Staff of the Soviet Armed Forces is the military staff of the Armed Forces of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Novak. It is the central organ of the Armed Forces Administration and oversees operational management of the armed forces under the Novakian Peoples Commissariat for Defense.

The staff is organized by functions, with each directorate and operating agency overseeing an area. Working with the staffs of each of the services, the Main Operations Directorate drafts plans for strategic operations for the Supreme High Command. When the headquarters of the Supreme High Command approves the plans, the General Staff issues them to operational commanders as Supreme High Command directives. The General Staff Academy is responsible for training officers for the General Staff. The wartime command post for the General Staff is buried deep underground nearby Riyadh in the Riyadh Province. The Chief of the General Staff is appointed by the Chairman of the Peoples Commissars of Soviet Novak, who is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces.

General Staff is located in Riyadh. Together with the Ministry of Defense building and several Staff directorate office buildings nearby, it forms the "military district" as it is often referred to among the military personnel to outline the highest supreme command of the Soviet Armed Forces.

Main Directorates

* Armaments: Liaison with defense industry/military-industrial complex

* Armor Staff: supervision of maintenance and modernization of combat vehicles

* Artillery Staff: supervision of maintenance and modernization of weapons

* Billeting and Maintenance: Maintenance and operation of military facilities and barracks

* Cadres- Management of careers of professional military officers and warrant officers

* Construction- Supervision of funding and resources for new military construction

* Construction Industry of Ministry of Defense- Supervision of classified construction projects.

* Education- Education and training of cadres and specialists

* Foreign Relations- Direction of military aid programs and military attachés

* Main Intelligence Directorate - successor to the Soviet Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU); military intelligence

* Military Counterintelligence- counter-intelligence

* Motor Vehicles- Supervision of maintenance and modernization of wheeled vehicles

* Organization- Development and dissemination of mobilization plans for national emergencies

* Personnel Work- Successor to Soviet political office, for management of enlisted personnel

* Trade- Foreign military sales

* 8th Directorate- Information security

* 12th Main Directorate- Nuclear weapons

* 15th Main Directorate- Biological weapons

Strategic Rocket Forces:

The Strategic Rocket Forces was created as the main Soviet force used for attacking an enemy's offensive nuclear weapons, military facilities, and industrial infrastructure. They operated all Soviet ground-based intercontinental, intermediate-range, and medium-range nuclear missiles with ranges over 1,000 kilometers. The Strategic Rocket Forces also conducted all Soviet space vehicle and missile launches.

Since its creation the Strategic Rocket Forces have always been highly regarded. This was because it is believed a nuclear exchange would last only a few hours at best. The army, navy, and air force would be caught by surprise and destroyed before they could react. Only the Strategic Rocket Forces would be able to deter or respond to nuclear aggression.

Soviet Army:

The most politically influencial service, despite it's status as #2 on the hierarchy, is the Soviet Army. 90% of the Officers are Party members and all Flag level officers are ranking Party members. The Army has 518000 combat troops, with two and a half times the amount of support personnel. The Soviet Army is organized in to Motorized Infantry Troops, Tank Troops, Artillery Troops, Tactical Rocket Troops, and the supporting Chemical, Engineer and Signal Troops.

Soviet Air Defense Forces:

The Soviet Air Defenses Forces is a separate branch, ranked third in the hierarchy. It is used primarly to defend the homeland's industry, military and administrative centers against strategic bombing and reconessiance. Anti-aircraft troops now under this branch's command maintain a total of 18000 surface-to-air missiles at over 1800 sites across Soviet Novak. In support of the Soviet Air Defense Forces, the Radiotechnical Troops operate 14,000 ground-based bi-static phased array and advanced air surveillance radars for surface-to-air missile and continuing radar jamming operations.

Soviet Air Forces:

The Soviet Air Force was comprised of three main branches: Frontal Aviation, Long Range Aviation, and Military Transport Aviation. Frontal Aviation accounts for a large number of these troops and tactical aircraft. Military Transport Aviation is the second largest group and Long Range Aviation is the smallest of the major groups. The remaining troops are assigned to the Ministry of Defense, research/development organizations, and the large Soviet training establishment. This training organization maintains a number of tactical aircraft as well as a number of purpose built training aircraft.

Soviet Navy:

The Soviet Navy was divided into four major fleets: Mediterranian Fleet, the Pacific Fleet, the Indian Fleet, the Persian Fleet, and, as a separate command, the Mecca Naval Base. The Red Sea Squadron drew its units from the Mediterranian, and Indian Fleets, while the Soviet South China Squadron drew its units dominantly from Pacific Fleet. Other components included the Naval Aviation, Naval Infantry (the Soviet equivalent of marines), and Coastal missile and artillery troops.

Civil Defense:

Civil defense was another part of Soviet strategic defense. Civil defense began as antiaircraft units were attached to Soviet factories to defend them against strategic bombing. Soon, the emphasis on civil defense increased, and the chief of Civil Defense became a deputy minister of defense. Each Soviet State had a general officer as the chief of civil defense in the state.

The purpose of civil defense was to provide protection for leadership and population in wartime and to ensure the Soviet Republic's ability to continue production of military materiel during a nuclear or a protracted conventional war. Officers from Civil Defense were attached to Soviet States, autonomous regions and municipal governments, as well as to large industrial and agricultural enterprises, and assigned to supervise civil defense work, organization, and training. These staff officers developed and implemented detailed plans for the wartime relocation of important defense industrial facilities and the evacuation of labor forces to alternative sites. They supervised the construction of blast shelters and other installations to ensure that these structures could withstand nuclear strikes. Civil Defense operated a network of 4,500 underground shelters that could protect 525,000 top party and government officials and their families.

After a nuclear exchange, the civil defense effort would be directed at reestablishing essential military production through decontamination, first aid, and civil engineering work to clear collapsed structures and to restore power supplies, transportation, and communications. Civil Defense trained in peacetime by conducting simulations of the aftermath of a nuclear attack and small-scale evacuation exercises. It was also called on to fight fires, conduct rescue operations, decontaminate areas affected by nuclear and chemical accidents, and provide natural disaster relief.

Soviet Internal Troops:

These troops had the mission of suppressing demonstrations, revolts, riots, strikes, or other challenges to the regime that the militia (police) could not contain. The use of Internal Troops instead of the Ground Forces in these situations helped to preserve the favorable image of the latter with the population. In extreme circumstances, the Internal Troops also served as the party's counterweight to the military services.

In addition to these peacetime roles, the Internal Troops also have been assigned wartime missions. In time of war, they would support frontline operations by providing rear security against enemy sabotage, defending supply and communications lines, and operating prisoner-of-war and penal battalions.

Border Troops:

The mission of the Border Troops was to prevent unauthorized entry by foreigners into the Soviet Republic and to keep Soviet citizens from leaving the country illegally. The troops patrolled clearly demarcated strips along Soviet state frontiers that contained antivehicle obstacles, fences, and barbed wire. The Border Troops used guard dogs, sophisticated electronic surveillance equipment and sensors, and helicopters perform their duties over vast, sparsely populated frontier regions.

The Border Troops also guard the Soviet Republic's oceanic frontiers. Its Maritime Border Troops operated within the twelvemile limit of Soviet territorial waters and were equipped with frigates, fast patrol boats, hydrofoils, helicopters, and light aircraft. In wartime the Border Troops would become a frontline combat service, stationed on the frontiers and continued protection of the borders.

Rear Services of the Soviet Armed Forces:

The Rear Services supplied the armed forces with ammunition, fuel, spare parts, food, clothing, and other materiel. The Rear Services had nine main and central directorates and four supporting services under his command. The deputy commanders in chief for rear services of the armed services, the deputy commanders for rear services of territorial commands, and nearly 1.5 million soldiers reported to him.

The Central Military Transportation Administration was the primary traffic management organization for the armed forces, coordinating and planning supply movements by all means of transport. The Central Food Supply Administration both procured food from civilian agricultural enterprises and operated a military state farm system to supply troops, particularly those serving in remote areas. Similarly, the Central Clothing Supply Administration had its own clothing factories to manufacture uniforms and specialized gear. The main and central directorates operated post exchange, health care, and recreational facilities for military personnel. The Rear Services also provided financial reports on armed forces activities to party and government organs.

The chief of the Rear Services commanded the Railroad Troops, Road Troops, Pipeline Troops, and Automotive Troops. The mission of these supporting service was to construct and maintain the Soviet Republic's military transport infrastructure. The Automotive Troops, for example, provided the drivers and mechanics needed to maintain and drive cargo trucks loaded with supplies from railheads to operational units in the field.

Formerly divided among independent maintenance, medical, and motor transport companies, the provision of rear services in Soviet regiments has become the responsibility of unified materiel support units. As in most armies, these materiel support units were subordinate to operational commanders, although they worked with the next highest chief of rear services on technical matters.

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Equipment of the Soviet Army

(All Equipment is assumed to have EMP Protection)

NMI-4 Advanced Infantry Armor

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Riflemen, Medic, Spec Ops, Other needs

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Heavy Gunners, Other needs

NMI-4 Helmet:

The helmet of the NMI-4 Advanced Infantry Armor was developed by the leading electronics corporation in Novak. The NMI-4 Helmet is attached to the Armor suit, and relies upon it for power. Inside the Helmet, are implemented various Target Initiation Systems, which includes: integrated Thermal Day and Night systems and integrated Vision Systems which allows for Target Identification at a range of up to 1km.

Also implemented in the helmet are various communication applications. The helmet will utilize a voice-activated screen in the helmet to access information without the soldier having to put down their weapons. Embedded in a tinted bulletproof glass mask, the display will appear to the soldier as a 15.6-inch screen. This screen can display 3D visual aids and real-time digital video, provided by a forward-positioned scout team, satellite, HD digital imaging systems, and GPS. Because each soldier is connected to a wide-area network, local commanders can easily connect to each soldier to see what he (the soldier) is seeing.

The Helmet also eliminates the need for an external microphone. The NMI-4 helmet uses sensors that measure vibrations of the jaw bone. This bone-conduction technology allows soldiers to communicate with one another, and it also controls the menus visible through the drop-down eyepiece.

The Helmet is equipped with a 360-degree situational awareness and sound amplification system. The sound amplification system will allow soldiers to know where that sniper or mortar round came from, but at the same cancel out the noise at a certain decibel so as to not cause damage to the soldier's ears. The situation-awareness technology also allows soldiers to detect other soldiers in front of them up to a kilometer away.

A computer embedded in the suit and located at the base of the soldier's lower back will be connected to a wide-area network, allowing for data transfer between soldiers and command.

NMI-4 Armor Specifications:

The NMI-4 Advanced Infantry Armor was sent through testing in order to decide which elements to use. It was decided that the best armor solution would be to go with armor split in two halves, with liquid elements. The armor and various other garments included with the armor all contain such elements. This, in return, gives the soldier increased protection against shrapnel from explosive weaponry.

Implemented in the suit are advanced ballistic ceramic discs/panels. Armor is not just ceramic or titanium -- they are actually composed of advanced ceramic or titanium composite matrixes and laminates that can incorporate other materials. The ceramic composite discs/panels are approximately 2" in diameter, and their anti-materiel discs, go up to approx. 3" in diameter. The technology will stop military V0 and V50 threats at military V0 and V50 muzzle velocities, which is higher than NIJ muzzle velocities in the civilian world.

The Armor's most advanced ballistic hard armor, ceramic composite flexible body armor, can defeat multiple hits of 7.62x51mm AP rounds, like a Sabot Light Armor-Penetrating round, which utilizes a tungsten sabot bullet, 7.62x39mm and 5.56x45mm rounds at muzzle velocity. NMI-4 Armor's unique flexible ceramic hard armor will successfully take many more hits than conventional/standard NIJ Level IV SAPI plates, and provides coverage over a much greater surface area.

The NMI-4 discs can take hits at the edge without failing. They can also take a greater saturation of hits, i.e. more hits over a given area, than traditional ceramic or titanium hard armor plates/inserts (i.e. SAPI plates). The armor also reduces trauma to the body, due to much less back-face deformation signature (BDS).

The knee pads of the NMI-4 are made of a special rubbery material, and attached to the lower half of the Armor suit. The substance, which is shaped just like the human knee allows for enhanced mobility. The system is also capable of taking high impact. Soldiers are also equipped with Kevlar Gloves. These gloves allow for maximum finger dexterity and provide heat and flash detection of up to 750 F.

The Boots of the NMI-4 were designed to be of a lightweight athletic design. The boots also have traction over a wide variety of terrain and have a moisture control.

The armor system has stopped an NIJ Level IV round with only 9mm backface deformation signature. That's just over 5/16th's of an inch BDA. The wearer can take multiple hits on the vest and keep fighting effectively.

Power Supply System:

Powering the entire suit is a 2- to 15-watt micro-turbine generator fueled by a liquid hydrocarbon cartridge. The plug-in cartridge contains 8 ounces of fuel and can power the soldier's suit for up to five to seven days. Battery patches embedded in the helmet provide eight hours of back-up power.

Cooling and heating systems:

Every NMI-4 Armor Suit is equipped with a moisture wicking base layer beneath both the upper and lower halves of the suit and boots. This keeps soldiers cool/warm, dry and light. The cooling system is especially useful in the desert or in a humid environment, while the heating system is more useful for a tundra environment. All major components are water proof and heavy shock absorbent. The water-proof material also shields the valuable electronics located into the suit while fighting in wet areas.

The Micro-climate Conditioning Subsystem, built into the life critical layer, is a network of narrow tubing that would provide 100 watts of heating or cooling to the soldier.

Currently, cooling System circulates chilled water through a special heat-transfer layer. The cooled circulating fluid pulls metabolic heat from the soldier's body and transfers it into the environment through its condenser. The main condenser unit can provide 120 W of cooling power in a 35 °C environment, with an average power consumption of 35 W and weight of 2.3 kg excluding the power source.

Exohopper Exoskeleton System:

Each NMI-4 Advanced Infantry Armor suit is equipped with a strong, thin layer filled with nano-machines with the ability to mimic the action of human muscles, flexing open and shut when stimulated by the movement of the human body. These nano-machines will create lift the way muscles do and augment overall lifting ability by 35 percent. The exoskeleton attached to the lower body of the armor will provide even more strength. The overall exoskeleton will provide up to 200 percent greater lifting and load-carrying capability.

The system is designed so that the exoskeleton mimics the body's natural movement and is comfortable to wear/use. It will also mimic the movement of the body's joint movements, allowing the appropriate sections of the armor to move the same way as the body does.

Infantry Awareness System:

The Battlefield Awareness subsystem of the uniform lies against the soldier's skin and includes sensors that monitor soldier's core body temperature, skin temperature, heart rate, body position (standing or sitting) and hydration levels. If necessary, the system can notify medics and commanders if the soldier has been wounded or has become fatigued.

NMI SP-21 Pistol

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Type: Double Action

Calibers: 9x19mm Luger, .40SW, .45ACP

Weight unloaded: 730 gram (760 gram for .45ACP)

Length: 188 mm

Barrel length: 103 mm

Capacity: 10 + 1 rounds

The NMI SP-21 pistol is not the best looking handgun, but it is definitely a practical and business-like pistol, available in most popular calibers: 9mm Luger, .40S&W and .45ACP. It is also flexible in functioning, because of double action trigger, separated ambidextrous safety which allowed for "cocked & locked" carry, and a separate de-cocker button, located at the top of the slide, just ahead of the rear sight. Additional features are a polymer frame and accessory rail under the barrel.

The NMI SP-21 pistol is a short, recoil operated, locked breech pistol. While the rounded shape of the slide can suggest the rotating barrel lockup, in fact the SP-21 features a tilting barrel locking. The pistol is hammer fired, with true double action trigger, ambidextrous frame-mounted safety lever and separate slide-mounted de-cocker button (at the top of the slide). Civilian models also feature an internal key lock as an additional safety feature. While the slide itself is made of steel, the rear part with cocking serrations and fixed rear sight is made from polymer. The frame is also made from polymer. For improved accuracy and durability, the barrels on all SP-21 pistols have polygonal rifling. The front sight is dovetailed into the slide, while the rear sight is integral to the polymer slide "hump".

NMI Kriss SMG

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Caliber: .45 ACP

Weight: 2.18 kg

Length: (stock folded / opened) 406 / 635 mm

Barrel length: 140 mm

Rate of fire: 800 to 1100 rounds per minute

Magazine capacity: 28 rounds

Effective range: 100 meters

This weapon is intended to provide operators with improved control over accuracy and bullet dispersion, in both semi-automatic and full automatic modes, while firing hard-hitting .45 ACP ammunition. The overall design also permits the Kriss to be fired single-handedly when required by tactical situations and with adequate accuracy. To achieve those goals, the Kriss employs three basic solutions. First is to place the axis of the recoil force in line with the firing hand, thus minimizing the muzzle climbing. The second solution is probably more novel, as it uses a laterally moving weight, attached to the breechblock (bolt), to divert recoil forces to the bottom direction. The third solution is actually a part of the second system, and it employs a variable-angle track in the weight, which puts a breechblock at a mechanical disadvantage during earlier stages of recoil, thus slowing down the movement of the bolt while pressure in the barrel is still high. As a result of these measures, the Kriss has significantly less muzzle climb when compared to most modern submachine guns. This results in better accuracy and better grouping of hits on target, providing operators with greater lethality during short-range and short-time encounters.

The Kriss SMG is delayed blowback operated, selectively fired submachine gun. It fires from closed bolt for enhanced first-shot accuracy. The fire control group is situated above the barrel; Very light bolt is connected to the vertically sliding weight, which is located within polymer housing in front of the pistol grip; folding cocking handle is located on the left side of the gun, and does not move when gun is fired. Firing controls include ambidextrous fire mode selector switch, located about the middle of the upper receiver / trigger mechanism housing, which provides full auto fire, 2-round bursts and semi-automatic fire, and a separate ambidextrous manual safety switch, which is conveniently located just above the pistol grip; Feed is from 28-round magazines. Magazine is inserted into the housing, located in front of the pistol grip. The Kriss SMG is fitted with two Picatinny type rails, one above the receiver and another below the barrel, and two additional rails can be installed on either side of the lower receiver, providing ample mounting space for all necessary accessories, such as laser-aiming modules or tactical flashlights. The upper rail can accept a variety of sighting devices, such as open or red-dot sights; lower rail is usually fitted with vertical fore-grip. The front of the upper receiver / trigger housing above the barrel is hollow and shaped as to accept tactical flashlight; a side-folding polymer butt-stock is provided for more accurate shooting.

NMI Personal Defense Weapon

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Caliber: 6x35mm

Rate of Fire: Semi / Full Auto - 700 rpm

Velocity: 2,425 fps

Magazine Capacity: 30 Rounds

Length (Stock Ext): 26" (8" Bbl) / 28" (10" Bbl)

Barrel Length: 8" / 10"

Range: 300 meters

The NMI PDW was designed around the proprietary 6 x 35mm cartridge, making the lightweight (4.5 lbs), ultra compact weapon highly lethal up to 300 meters. The recoil is 50% less than a standard carbine. It operates on a proprietary dual gas piston system for reliability under extreme conditions and comes with the new ball-mill lightened "stiff" barrel, special NMI muzzle break and ambidextrous controls.

NMI F88 VX3 Assault Rifle

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Caliber: 6.5mm Grendel SLAP + 40mm Grenade

Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt + Metal Storm patented stacked-projectile caseless

Overall length: 738 mm

Weight: 6.48 kg unloaded, w/o sight; 7.85 kg loaded w/o sight (30 5.56mm + 3 40mm rounds); 9.9-9.9 kg loaded w. electronic sight

Rate of fire: 650 rounds per minute

Capacity: 30 round magazine plus 3 40mm rounds in the G/L barrel

Range: 700 meters

Overall, the F88 VX3 represents the modular weapon system that combines the 6.5mm rifle/carbine component as a host platform with 40mm multi-shot grenade launcher module and multi-purpose electro-optical sighting system, which can be used to fire either rifle or G/L component, and also can provide recon data to external "consumers" such as tactical computers. The F88 VX3 system has a single trigger for both weapon components (6.5 and 40mm), and a three position (safe - rifle - G/L) safety/selector switch at the side of the pistol grip.

The most interesting part of the F88 VX3 weapon is the multi-shot Metal Storm 40mm grenade launcher, which looks like a single 40mm G/L barrel but contains three 40mm projectiles stacked one behind the another. These projectiles are launched using the electric ignition impulses, provided by the fire control module built into the buttstock of the host rifle. Since the muzzle velocity of these projectiles is slightly more than usual for 40mm handheld G/L (95m/s instead of 75m/s), the F88 VX3 incorporates a recoil reduction buffer, that allows the Metal Storm G/L barrel to recoil against the spring, decreasing the peak recoil impulse. The top of the receiver hosts the multi-role sights of various type and make. The F88 VX3 is equipped with a ITL Viper multi-purpose rifle sights that incorporates night vision, infrared vision, zoom functions, laser range-finder and a digital compass.

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Novakian Military Industries HBT-100

Weight: 59,500kg

Height: 2.8m

Length: 8.2m (hull)

Width: 4.2m

Crew: 3 (commander, gunner, driver)

Armament:

- 1 x 152mm Smoothbore ETC cannon, bustle mounted autoloader (12 RPM, holds 48)

- 1 x 30x165mm L/80 co-axial auto-cannon

- 1 x 12.7 mm anti-air machine gun, remotely operated

- Lethal High-Powered millimeter-wave transmitter, remotely operated

- Integrated Fire Control System

Armor:

- Explosive Reactive Armor on glacis, turret front, hull sides

- Ceramic composite armor

Defense:

- Full nuclear, biological, radiological and chemical protection

- Air conditioning and air filtration

- Laser disrupting aerosol disbursal system

- Quick-kill active protection system

- HELLADS active missile defense system

Electronics:

- Automated muzzle reference system

- NMI radar system (projectile tracking)

- Battlefield communications and networking

- Laser warning system

- Laser dazzler

- Identification of Friend or Foe

- Forward looking infrared radar and thermal imaging

Engine: 2,400 HP twin turbocharged hybrid diesel V10 with 25HP auxiliary all-fuel turbine

Fuel Capacity: 1,300L in self-sealing tanks, 500L in external drums

Transmission: Hydro-mechanical (5 forward, 2 reverse)

Suspension: In arm suspension unit

Range: 425 miles

Speed: 47 m/h

Acceleration: 0 to 20 m/h in 6 seconds

Clearance: .5m

Ammunition Available:

* APDS

* APERS-T ("Anti-personnel-tracer")

* APFSDS

* Dummy

* HE

* HEAT

* HESH

* Smoke-White phosphorus incendiary

* Target Practice

* Target Practice Discarding Sabot

The LHPMWT works by firing a high-powered beam of electromagnetic radiation in the form of high-frequency microwaves up to 300 GHz (a wavelength of ~1 mm). In exactly the same way that a microwave oven heats food, the millimeter waves excite the water and fat molecules in the body, instantly heating it and causing intense pain and a suffering death. Such is the nature of dielectric heating that the temperature of a target will continue to rise so long as the beam is applied, at a rate dictated by the target's material and distance, along with the beam's frequency and power level set by the operator. Like all focused energy, the beam will irradiate all matter in the targeted area, including everything beyond/behind it that is not shielded, with no possible discrimination between individuals, objects or materials, although highly conductive materials such as aluminium cooking foil should reflect this radiation and could be used to make clothing that would be protective against this radiation.

Quick Kill detects incoming RPGs and anti-tank missiles with an active electronically scanned array radar. Once its speed, trajectory and intercept point are computed, Quick Kill vertically soft-launches a small countermeasure missile. The system features two types of missiles: a smaller one for defense against close range weapons such as RPGs, and another, larger one to intercept longer range, faster anti-tank missiles or shells. The countermeasure missile intercepts the incoming threat and destroys it with a focused blast warhead. All this happens within a blink of an eye. The Quick Kill missile has 360-degree capability and a reload capability, with each launcher typically containing eight to 16 missiles. Included in the Quick Kill system is a HELLADS system designed as a back up to the missiles system.

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Novakian Military Industries APCV-1

Weight: 13.3 tons

Armor: Modular ERA

Primary Armament: One .50 MG, One Grenade Launcher MG

Secondary Armament: Smoke grenade launchers, 1 missile armed UAV, One Anti-Tank Guided Missile Launcher

Engine: Dual V-8 liquid-cooled Hybrid diesel 480 hp

Payload capacity: 6 tons

Suspension: In arm suspension

Operational Range: 500 m

Speed: 70 m/h; 11 m/h (in water)

APCV-1's are capable of deploying a hunter-killer, recon UAV. The UAV is armed with guided multi-purpose missiles and standard recon equipment to provide the capabilities of killing the target when it comes across one. For close-range defense APCV-1's are equipped with several defensive measures as detailed above. APCV-1's are powered by twin hybrid engines, with one engine powering each tread. A special system is in place which allows both treads to be powered by a single engine if one is damaged or disabled. It is capable of traversing water ways, albeit at a much slower pace than on land.

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Novakian Military Industries AIFV-9

Weight: 25.5 tons

Crew: 3 + 6

Armor: Modular ERA

Primary Armament: 30 mm MK30-2/ABM autocannon; 76 mm grenade launcher

Secondary Armament: LR anti-tank guided missile; Smoke-grenade launchers

Engine: V10 892 hybrid diesel 800 kW

Suspension: 8x8

Operational Range: 600 km

Speed: 55 m/h

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NMI RRHU-50

Primary Armament: 155mm self-loading howitzer, 6 MLRS rocket pods

Secondary Armament: 2x General Purpose Machine Guns, remotely operated

Defense: Quick Kill APS

Armor: Composite Steel, ERA in key areas.

Height: 3.9m

Length: 11.1m

Width: 2.6m

Weight: 16 Tons

Crew: 3

Engine: V8 892 hybrid diesel 700 kW

Suspension: 8x8

Operational Range: 400 m

Speed: 60 m/h

Mobile artillery support is no good if all the fighting is done by the time it's put into position. Very few artillery units can be moved into position as quickly as the Rapid Response Howitzer Unit. The biggest trade-off for this speed is markedly lighter armor. The RRHU uses a 155mm self-loading howitzer. Its fire control system was developed by a Novakian defense electronics company and is run by a sophisticated AI program. This system can calculate the location of an enemy unit faster than most other targeting computers in the world. The RRHU-50 can be upgraded to carry MLRS missile pods which add greatly to its hitting power and versatility.

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NMI HAU230

Primary Armament: 175mm self-loading howitzer, 12 MLRS missile pods

Secondary Armament: 2x General Purpose Grenade Machine Guns, remotely operated

Defense: Quick Kill w/ HELLADS APS

Armor: Composite ERA

Height: 4.2m

Length: 9.2m

Width: 3.5m

Weight: 26 tons

Crew: 4

Engine: Dual V-8 liquid-cooled Hybrid diesel 480 hp

Suspension: In arm suspension

Operational Range: 500 m

Speed: 45 m/h

Artillery fire from HAU230's will wreak havoc upon personnel and can destroy a city block in seconds. The HAU230 uses a 175mm self-loading howitzer, coupled with two MLRS missile pods, to create a devastating howitzer artillery unit. Its fire control system was developed by a Novakian defense electronics company and is run by a sophisticated AI program. This system can calculate the location of a target in a matter of seconds, making this one of the deadliest howitzers to come out of Novak. One of the systems advantages is the ability to switch shell types quickly on a one by one basis allowing an illumination round to be followed by a point detonation round, to be followed by an area effect round.

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NMI M405

Caliber: 160 mm, remotely operated

Crew: 3

Elevation: +30°/+80°

Traverse: -20°/+20°

Effective firing range: 10,500 yds

Range: 425 miles

Speed: 54 m/h

The M405 is a breech-loaded mortar that fires 160 mm mortar munitions including the Precision Guided Mortar Munition. It has a fully automated firing control system and a manually-assisted, semi-automated ammunition loading system. The M405 provides fires on-demand to engage complex and simultaneous target sets. As part of a M405 battery, individual M405's will provide precision-guided rounds to destroy high-value targets, protective fires to suppress and obscure the enemy, and illumination fires. All of these will be in close support of infantry maneuver units.

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NMI MV-E1 & MV-T1

Crew: 2

Defenses: Quick Kill APS, NBRC Protection, Air Conditioning & Filtration

Armor: Composite ERA

Speed: 55 m/h

Range: 500 miles

The NMI MV-1 is designed to provide advanced trauma life support within 1 hour to critically injured soldiers. The NMI MV-1 serves as the primary medical system within the unit of action and will have two mission modules: Evacuation and Treatment. The time-sensitive nature of treating critically injured soldiers requires an immediately responsive force health protection system with an expedient field evacuation system. The NMI Medical Vehicle-Evacuation vehicle allows trauma specialists, maneuvering with combat forces, to be closer to the casualty’s point-of-injury and is used for casualty evacuation. The NMI Medical Vehicle-Treatment vehicle enhances the ability to provide Advanced Trauma Management/Advanced Trauma Life Support treatments and procedures forward for more rapid casualty interventions and clearance of the battlefield. Both NMI Medical Vehicle mission modules are capable of conducting medical procedures and treatments using installed networked tele-medicine interfaces.

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Equipment of the Soviet Navy

(All Equipment is assumed to have EMP Protection)

Type 46 Class Nuclear Destroyer:

Dimensions:

Length (Overall): 153m

Length (Waterline): 145m

Beam (Overall): 12m

Beam (Waterline): 10.5m

Draught: 7.5m

Depth: 14.5m

Tonnage:

Tonnage (Empty): 4,950t

Tonnage (Normal): 5,750t

Tonnage (Full): 6,250t

Propulsion:

Powerplant: 1 x Beaufort Electrics&Atomics Pressurised-Water Nuclear Reactors

Boilers: 2 x Sandakan Hydraulic Machine Company Steam Turbines

Shafts: 2 x Shafts

Screws: 2 x Jackson-Macdonald J.M W-156 Waterjets

Rudders: 1 x Rudder

Horsepower: 105,00SHP

Speed:

Speed (Cruise): 30 knots

Speed (Full Ahead): 36 knots

Range (Cruise): Unlimited

Complement:

Officers: Officers

Sailors: 180

Aircrew: 28

Marines: 14+38

Endurance: 75 days

Boats: 6 x deployable assault R.I.B.s, 60 x inflatable escape boats

Armament:

Guns: 1 x RP-12 127mm rapid-fire naval rifle, 2 x M-50 mounting

Missiles: 16 x Mk.930 Cold Launch VLS (1x1x8.5m), 49 x Mk.360 Hot Launch VLS (.5x.5x5m), 1 x 28-shot Mk.445 rolling airframe launcher

Point Defence: 3 x dual 50mm 'fast-fifty' autocannon

Torpedoes: 4 x 330mm T.T. with 28 torpedoes or 46 mines

Countermeasures: 8 x 6-barrel Mk.120 CHAff/FLAre Countermeasure System with 10 reloads per barrel

Sensors:

R.A.D.A.R.: Forward ennclosed mast with S.105D A.E.S.A.-M.F.-R.A.D.A.R. SA.660C M.R.W.R., S.606 O.T.H.-E.S.M. Suite

S.O.N.A.R.: S.505A Hull S.O.N.A.R

Navigation: N.11050 Navigation R.A.D.AR, N.11060 Navigation G.P.S System

Fire Control: Rear enclosed mast with S.3220 Fire Director Suite, S.102 Multirole Target Coordination and Relay Piece, S.998FC Fire Control System

Electronic Warfare: Rear enclosed mast and rear radomes, E.95P Electronic Warfare Attack Coordinator, S.365EP EPM Defensive Hard/Software

Command & Control: Various C&C systems

Aircraft:

Hangar Space: 2 x Large H.E.L.O.

Fixed Wing Aircraft: None

Rotary Aircraft: 2 x Large H.E.L.O.

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: None

Voodoo Class Guided Missile Corvette:

Overall Length: 60m

Length on Cushions: 18m

Beam: 17m

Draught: 1.3m

Freeboard: 4m fore, 5m rest

Displacement: 530 tons

Gun Armament:

1x 1 M50 Naval Rifle 57mm (3.3") L75 Dual Stealth Turret

2x Model 50 Heavy Machine Gun

Missile Armament:

2x 8 cell Mk 171 Peripheral Vertical Launch System [.5x.5x4.5m per cell]

Torpedo Armament:

4x Mk 265 Side Mounted 650mm Surface Vessel Torpedo Tube

Protection:

Resistance against .50cal AP all around [kevlar+shell]

Resistance against 25mm AP in vital areas

Propulsion: 4x 6MW Gas Turbines

Cruise: 40 knots

Max Sprint: 60+ knots

Range: 1000 nm @ 40 knots

Complement: 32

Sensors:

1x AN/SPS-116K Multi-Role Radar [20kW total, S-band]

2x AN/SSS-205 Infrared Search and Tracking/Short Range Targeting Radar [25/30km tracking range] [s-band, 20kW each]

1x AN/SPS-95 SSR Navigational radar

Electronics Warfare Suite:

AN/SSQ-100 'StrikeNet' Military Uplink Unit

AN/SLY-2 (V) Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System (AIEWS)

AN/SLQ-32(V)5 ESM

AN/SSQ-82(V)2 Multiple Unit for Transmission Elimination

AN/SRS-1A(V) Combat Direction Finding

Countermeasures:

AN/SLQ-50 MASS (Multi Ammunition Softkill System)

AN/SLQ-49

AN/SLQ-25 Nixie

MK-53 Nulka DLS

Fire Control:

1x Digital Environment Advanced Targeting System [DEATS]

Systems:

AN/SXC-1211 'StrikeNet' Fed Strategic Video Data Link

AN/SRC-1309 UHF/(V)HF Tactical Radio

AN/SSN-1402 'Red Shift' ATAPS Advanced Tactical Positioning System

AN/SIFF-1523 IFF

Nova Class Super Dreadnaught Battleship:

Hull: Monohull

Armour:

1,456mm @beltline

1,632mm @turret faceplate

1,267mm @turret

876mm @secondary turrets

932mm @deck

989mm @superstructure

1,045mm @bulkheads

Length: 1,320m

Beam: 165m

Height at Waterline: 47.14m

Tonnage: 4.1m tonnes

Armament:

32 711mm L/70 Electromagnetic Guns

48 152mm Dual Purpose Guns

60 Conhort CIWS Platforms

600 VLS [10 blocks of 60 tubes; 720 Sledgehammer IIs & 480 P.746.Fs]

Electronics:

-2 Surface Search Array

-Radome

-Early Warning Fire and Control Radar

-Fire and Control Radar

-Doppler Radar

-Navigation Radar

-TB-163 thin line towed array

-TB-87 short line towed array

-TB-95 verticle drop thin line towed array

-Poseiden sonar bulb

-6 Ladar Guassian Receivers and Transmitters

-7 Infra-red Ladar Transceivers

EMP Protection: Additional Hardening.

Power Plant: 16 800 MW reactors [17,158,177 shp]

Velocities:

25 knots @ full ahead

11 knots @ slow ahead

28 knots @ flank

Additional Propulsion:

4 Waterjet

2 Sprint Screws

Crew Compliment: 7,340

Boats: 84 Lifeboats [30 men capacity each]

Air Compliment: 4 GF-11 Archer UAVs; 5 Sea Serpent LAMPS

Tube Launched Air Compliment: 8 GF-11 Archer UAVs

Countermeasures:

30 decoy launchers

5 radar jammers

James Class Fast Battleship:

Waterline Length: 366m

Overall Length: 371.64m

Beam: 45m

Draught: 20m

cB: .571

Average Freeboard: 11.51 [11m flush deck, going to 13m at bow]

Displacement: 189,778 Tons Normal

Gun Armament:

2 x 3 MNA-457-G2-TE 457mm (18") L72 Mark XV SPETC Medium Naval Artillery Turrets Fore [130 shells per turret]

4x 2 M11 Naval Rifles 130mm (5.1") L75 ETC

Missile Armament:

8x 12 cell Mk170 Strategic VLS Aft [2.5x2.5x21m cell internal, 3.5x3.5x23m external]

Defensive Armament:

12x 'Gungnir' Mark V Combined Gun/Missile System [4000 33mm shells + 48 Missiles per system]

4x 2x4 tube 'Aegir' Mark V Anti-Torpedo System [254mm wire guided counter torpedoes, mounted on the bottom of the hull facing down]

Protection Types:

Heese Naval Armour Composite Type A (HNAC Type A):

50% Maraging Steel, 50% Eglin Steel

Heese Naval Armour Composite Type B (HNAC Type B):

50% Maraging Steel, 45% Eglin Steel, 5% Austenitic Stainless Steel

Heese Naval Armour Composite Type C (HNAC Type C):

45% Maraging Steel, 55% Eglin Steel

Triple-bottomed reinforced HNAC Type B keel with void spaces over a HNAC Type C frame; Rubber installed in void spaces, HNAC Type C crossbeams installed across bulkheads to provide protection against kinetic attacks.

720mm @ Belt [Tapered 20 Degrees]

254mm @ Lower Belt [Tapered 20 Degrees]

520mm @ Upper Belt [Tapered 20 Degrees]

520mm @ Belt Ends [Tapered 20 Degrees]

520mm @ 18" Turret faceplate/Barbette

254mm @ 18" Turret

175mm @5.5" Turret

30mm @ Top Deck

420mm @ Armored Deck

720mm @ Armored Superstructure [Conning tower]

175mm @bulkheads

Propulsion: 4x 140MW Pressurized Water Reactors powering 8 shafts and 2 internalized water jets. Compulsators provide power from central power system to turrets.

Max Speed: 37 knots [646,174hp / 482,046kw]

Aircraft: 2 Medium ASW Helicopters [30mx40m Helo Pad, 30mx30m Hangar]

Complement: 3953, 20 Flight Crew

Sensors:

1x AN/SPY-5H1E Multi-function Radar [600km detection, 500km tracking]

1x AN-SPS-105E Long Range Search Radar [800km detection]

4x AN/SSS-205E Infrared Search and Tracking/Short Range Targeting Radar [25/30km tracking range]

1x AN/SPS-95 SSR Navigational radar

1x AN/SQS-56 Hull Mounted Sonar

1x AN/SQQ-89 ASW Combat System

Electronics Warfare Suite:

AN/SLY-2 (V) Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System (AIEWS)

AN/SLQ-32(V)5 ESM

AN/SSQ-82(V)2 Multiple Unit for Transmission Elimination

AN/SRS-1A(V) Combat Direction Finding

Decoys:

AN/SLQ-49

AN/SLQ-25 Nixie

MK-53 Nulka DLS

Fire Control:

1x AN/SPY-5H1E Main Fire Control System (Capable of detection 20,000 targets and tracking 2,000 targets, while simultaneously guiding 250+ missile or gun engagements)

Sub-Surface Fire Control:

1x Mk-79 Anti-Submarine Weapon Control System (ATS)

Countermeasures: Towed array sonar utilizing a hull transducer or a towed active transducer or both. It is an integrated ASW Mine Avoidance and Torpedo Defense underwater system

Next Generation Countermeasure (NGCM)

Riyadh Class Nuclear Aircraft Carrier:

Length (Overall): 298 meter

Length (Waterline): 275 meter

Beam (Maximum): 71 meter

Beam (Waterline): 35 meter

Draught: 11 meter

Displacement (Standard): 74,300 ton

Displacement (Full): 80,000 ton

Block Co-Efficient: 0.684

Complement: 1,900 Ship's Company + 1,100 Air Group

Power Plant: Two Pressurized Water Nuclear Reactors, four Geared Steam Turbines, six 1500 kW diesel generators

Shafts: 4 Shafts, 4 Controlled-Pitch Propellers, 2 Rudders

Power Output: 250,000 shp (180 MW)

Speed (Maximum): 32 knots

Speed (Cruise): 28 knots

Endurance (Supplies): 180 days

Endurance (Fuel): 20 years between reactor refuelling

Armament

Artillery

11x MGM2S 15.7x131 MM heavy machine guns with 4 000 rounds per mount (5 port, 5 starboard, 1 aft)

Missile

2x 12-cell [4x3] Mk.59 Vertical Launch System

Standard Load: 96x RIM-162D Evolved Sea Sparrow Missile surface to air missile

Point Defence

4x Mk.55 Imperator CIWS (2 port, 2 starboard)

Standard Load: 132x BLM.34A Grumpy point defense missiles

Aviation: Up to 70 fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft

Flight Deck: 18,500 m²

Launch/Recovery Gear: 3 arrestor hooks, 2 EMALS catapults [45,000 kg MTOW limit]

Elevators: Two elevators [1 port, 1 starboard], 40 ton maximum load

Sensors & Electronics

1x CE/MSR.136 Active Electronically Scanned Radar

2x CE/PSR.99 Air Search Radar

1x CE/LSR.96 Surface Search Radar

4x CE/NFR.36 Air Defence Control Radar

3x CE/SNR.42 Navigational Radar

CWBG MK.IX Weapons Guidance Suite

CE/EKS.45 Electronic Warfare Suite

Red Class Landing Ship:

Statistics

Manufacturer: Síesmar

Crew: 4

Platform Dimensions [Length]: 26m Width: 6.9m

Vessel Dimensions [Length]: 33m Beam: 14m Displacement: 305 metric tons

Hull Type: Catamaran

Operational Beach Gradient: 2%+

Capacity:

- 150 metric tons [Parking Area: approx. 182m2]

Operational Range: 1,600km @ 20 knots

Propulsion: 2x 3,000kW diesel engines

- 2x water jets

Maximum Velocity: 30 knots

Armament: 2x G379 25mm (accept up to 20mm cannons; G379 has the same volume as a 20mm autocannon)

Physical Protection:

- Hard Skin© [see appendix 1] organized as an armored belt across the surface area of the vessel accessible to those on the platform of the CLC.

- Hard Skin© across the bottom portion of the loading ramp.

- Both offer protection vs. 12.7mm anti-personnel projectiles.

RADAR: I-band navigational RADAR

Communication Systems: High Frequency (HF), Very High Frequency (VHF) & Ultra High Frequency (UHF)

Other: Global Positioning System & Gyroscopic and Magnetic Needle/Compass

Cost: $26,000,000

Appendix 1: Hard Skin

When used in body armor, fabrics are preferred due to their lightweight compared to metals, and for their aforementioned ductility; for example, aramid fibers provide a similar level of protection to fiberglass at just 2/3 the weight, while polyethylene polymer chains offer the same level of protection for just 1/3. Perhaps the most common fabric type found in personal armor is aramid due to the existence of a large technological base, the fabric's high specific strength (five times that of steel), low elongation, high flame resistance, vibration absorption capabilities, good fatigue characteristics and ease of fabrication. The design team of `the Prospects Mark II, instead, opted for an extended chain polyethylene fabric due to its lower density and enhanced protection capabilities; furthermore, polyethylene fabrics already on the market have a tensile strength of anywhere between 3 and 4GPa. Traditionally, these fabrics perform energy absorption jobs, leaving the ceramic insert to deform and fracture the round, as mentioned before in this report, however, recent advances in nanotechnology have allowed increases in polyethylene's (and any fabric, really) hardness, without reducing its ductility and toughness. In the case of this new fabric released by Sistemas Terrestres Segovia, named Hard Skin©, the original extended chain polymer polyethylene fabric has been 'doped' with multi-walled carbon nanotubes to increase protection levels, although these increases have been found to be relatively small unfortunately (other methods of organizing the carbon nanotubes are currently being experimented with). Nevertheless, this will allow the fabric alone to increase protection from against just pistol ammunition to low-power anti-personnel rifle projectiles. The new high-strength polyethylene composite fabric is designed to provide addition resistive strength and hardness, but at the same time provide the traditional role of absorbing the majority of the kinetic energy and thereby limiting the plastic deformation of the ceramic.

Yemen Class Guided Missile Frigate:

Waterline Length: 160m

Overall Length: 164.64m

Beam: 18m

Draught: 10m

Average Freeboard 7.24m [Flush Deck at 7m with freeboard of 10m at stem]

cB: .352

Displacement: 10,797 Tons Normal

Gun Armament:

1x 2 M30 Naval Rifle 82mm (3.3") L75

Missile Armament:

4x 6 [2x3] cell Mk170 Tactical VLS [1x1x10m cell internal, 1.5x1.5x11.5m external]

Torpedo Armament:

2x Mark 653 Triple 650mm Torpedo Tubes [Above Deck]

Defensive Armament:

2x 'Gungnir' Mark V Combined Gun/Missile System [4000 33mm shells + 48 Missiles per system]

1x 2x4 tube 'Aegir' Mark V Anti-Torpedo System [254mm wire guided counter torpedoes, mounted on the bottom of the hull facing down]

Protection Types:

Heese Naval Armour Composite Type A (HNAC Type A):

50% Maraging Steel, 50% Eglin Steel

Heese Naval Armour Composite Type B (HNAC Type B):

50% Maraging Steel, 45% Eglin Steel, 5% Austenitic Stainless Steel

Triple-bottomed reinforced HNAC Type B keel with void spaces over a HNAC Type A "frame"; Rubber installed in void spaces, HNAC Type A crossbeams installed across bulkheads to provide protection against kinetic attacks.

90mm @ Belt [Tapered 20 Degrees]

45mm @ Upper Belt/Ends [Tapered 20 Degrees]

25mm @ Top Deck

110mm @ Armored Superstructure [Conning tower]

90mm+Kevlar @bulkheads

Propulsion: 1x 150MW Advanced Pressurized Water Reactors powering 6 shafts.

Max Cruise: 38 knots [149,316 shp / 111,390 Kw ]

Aircraft: 2 Medium ASW Helicopters [30mx25m Helo Pad, 30mx20m Hangar]

Complement: 210, 20 Flight Crew

Sensors:

1x AN/SPY-6 Multi-function Radar [600km detection, 500km tracking]

1x AN-SPS-106 Long Range Search Radar [800km detection]

2x AN/SSS-205 Infrared Search and Tracking/Short Range Targeting Radar [25/30km tracking range]

1x AN/SPS-95 SSR Navigational radar

1x AN/SQS-56 Hull Mounted Sonar

Electronics Warfare Suite:

AN/SSQ-100 'StrikeNet' Military Uplink Unit

AN/SLY-2 (V) Advanced Integrated Electronic Warfare System (AIEWS)

AN/SLQ-32(V)5 ESM

AN/SSQ-82(V)2 Multiple Unit for Transmission Elimination

AN/SRS-1A(V) Combat Direction Finding

Decoys:

AN/SLQ-49

AN/SLQ-25 Nixie

MK-53 Nulka DLS

Fire Control:

1x AN/SPY-6 Main Fire Control System (Capable of detection 20,000 targets and tracking 2,000 targets, while simultaneously guiding 250+ missile or gun engagements)

1x AN/SQQ-89 ASW Combat System

Countermeasures: Towed array sonar utilizing a hull transducer or a towed active transducer or both. It is an integrated ASW Mine Avoidance and Torpedo Defense underwater system

Next Generation Countermeasure (NGCM)

Persian Class Nuclear Attack Submarine:

Type: Nuclear Attack Submarine

Displacement Surfaced: 7,400 tonnes

Displacement submerged: 8,200 tonnes

Length: 115m

Beam: 11m

Propulsion: 1x SSN10R Pressurized Water Reactor producing 45,000hp, 1x 7 bladed Pumpjet

Speed surfaced: 17 knots (Sprint) 12 knots (Cruise)

Speed submerged: 33+ Knots (Sprint) 25+ knots (cruise), 23 knots Semi-Silent, 18 Knots Silent

Range: Limited to stores, ~ 30 years between refuelings

Test depth: 660m

Max endurance: 90 days

Hull construction: Singled Hulled HY-130 Steel, further subdivided into 3 watertight compartments (Forward, Control, Engineering). Outer hull maintains a 120mm thick rubber anechoic tile coating.

Crew compliment: 97 Crew

Armament: 8x 660mm Torpedo Tubes (8 + 40 Reloads), 24x Vertical Launch Tubes

Countermeasures: 120 127mm Noisemakers, Advanced Electromagnetic Signature Reduction System

Sensors

PAC11 Passive/Active Sonar Array

PAC11 Towed Array

PAC11 Passive Mast Mounted Search Radar

PAC11 Active Mast Mounted Search Radar

PSC11 Telescoping Photonic Masts

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Unit Name: F/A-47-D Sino-Fighter
Unit Type: Stealth Multi-Role Fighter
Unit Specification:
Engine: Dual Turbofan with Thrust Vectoring
Crew: 1
Speed: Mach 2.2
Super Cruise: Mach 1.86
Thrust Weight Ratio: 1.26
Thrust Weight Ration Empty: 1.4
Combat Radius: 1000 nmi, 2000 nmi with external tank
Range: 2, 400 nmi , 4200 nmi with external tank
Service Ceiling: 30, 000 feet


[b]Avionics:[/b]

The Sino-Fighter's entire body is a radar system for its active phased array radar. It provides 360 degree lock on coverage. The Sino Fighter's radar has a 290 nmi range, and is configured for high bandwidth and x and l bands. Sino Fighters, as with all Novaki fighters, network together to share information and can in groups form a multi-static radar. The plane also has synethic apeture radar to provide high resolution radar imaging of the battlefield. It is equipped with forward infrared electronic-optical sensors which allow for 90 degrees of forward long range detection on the infrared spectrum giving it the ability to engage targets even with stealth on multiple bandwidths and get the first shot. It is capable of networking with space based radar to help detect enemy radar so that it can adjust its own sensors towards "blank spots" or work with other fighters to use multi static detection to find the enemy aircraft and either engage with specialized radar seeking missiles, infrared missiles, or autocannon depending on strength of stealth.

Beyond the difficulty of its own radar to jam, the Sino-Fighter features a built in ECM suite which is capable of jamming enemy radar and disrupting missile lock-ons to other units (or itself if they manage to break its stealth. Its sensors are also well attuned to detect enemy radar including phased array radar, both for evasion and engagement purposes. It is equipped with a new ECM system which had increased processing power. Its ability to flood enemy spectrum with false information made it further resistant to detection, and in fact was capable of emitting false data on its distance to target to the enemy radar operator causing them to scramble forces in the wrong area of a battle space should that be tactically preferable to avoiding detection entirely. The secondary EO system serves as a filter against IR countermeasures employed by a target aircraft - the seeker is capable of rejecting deployed flares by cross-referencing data regarding UV and optical wavelength emissions with the IR component. The plane itself was equipped with directional infrared countermeasures as well as the standard suite of infrared countermeasures.

[b]Stealth:[/b]

Being a multi-role fighter, strike missions are included in its profile. While less stealthy than the F-23 due to its maneuvering canards, its stealth is quite considerable. The entire body is a stealth shaped, except when hard points are mounted externally. Canards remain locked in place and computer controlled to minimize RCS profile except while in combat. With the upgraded computer processor power on the D-bloc, the canard stealth program is able to have more processing power allocated to it thus increasing the radar reduction of the craft by 15 percent. The Delta wing shape is slightly diamond shaped to further not only increase maneuverability, but also its stealthiness. It is equipped with an upgraded version of the honey bomb salt radar absorbent material seen in the Lu-67. This material was on par with the RAM on the F/B-23 and B-9, both extraordinarily stealth materials. The plane was thus capable of absorbing material on x-band as well as l-band spectrum and was highly resistant to even the most high output radar. It is equipped with super cruise engines which are given extra protection on acoustic, thermal, and infrared spectrum minimizing alternative detection, including advanced heat sinking to reduce thermal output.

It has an internal gun and internal mounts for six medium sized stand off or air to air munitions.

[b]Maneuverability:[/b]

The Sino-Fighter's compromise between the diamond and canard design decreases the stability of the aircraft but greatly increases its maneuverability. It's a relatively light fighter making it highly agile. With its wing design it has a better angle of attack that most conventional shaped aircraft, and its loss of energy is fixed by the existence of maneuvering canards. Thrust vectoring further rounds out this aircraft making it a truly excellent light weight, high maneuverable aircraft. (aka its what the JSF should be).

[b]Weapons:[/b]
25 mm Gatling Cannon
6 Internal Weapons Bays (can carry up to 6 weapons usually varied between stand off munitions, anti-radiational missiles, and air to air missiles, can be modified quickly to carry two large bunker busting munitions)
4 Attachable none stealth mounts for 8 external weapons.

[b]
Unit Name:[/b] F-68 Snow Leopard
[b]Unit Type:[/b] Multi-Role Stealth Fighter
[b]Unit Specifications:[/b]
[b]Super Cruise:[/b] Mach 1.4
[b]Maximum Speed:[/b] Mach 1.8
[b]Thrust/Weight Ratio:[/b] 1.4
[b]Combat Radius:[/b] 800 nmi


[b]Avionics:[/b] The F-68 Snow Leopard is equipped with a very powerful avionics package. It has a phased array radar and synthetic aperture radar allowing for long range first look first shot kills. The planes radar is extended beyond either of its competitors to 360 nmi. It is equipped with Electro optical infrared systems with a 110 degree search capability, also wider than either of its competitors and a secondary systems to defeat enemy chaff and other infrared counter measures. Highly resistant to jamming and detection itself, it is also capable of networking in with other craft and satellite for multi-static radar. The unit is capable of tracking up to 48 targets at once and linking that information in with other aircraft. It is equipped with the latest in radar jamming and infrared jamming technology to provide further protection against attack.

[b]Maneuverability:[/b] The F-68 is the most maneuverable sub sonic craft in the competition. Its capability of executing turns with its manuvering canards, swept wing design, and thrust vectoring is as close to perfect as an aircraft can be. This means in evasive action or close range, the F-68's ability is unmatched by any other aircraft currently in the arsenal of the Novaki or their opponents, it is said to enjoy a 3:1 kill ratio over the F-65 in subsonic dogfighting, but not to be as strong in super sonic. The plane of course loses out here in speed, being the slowest by far of the other aircraft in both super cruise and afterburner speeds.

[b]Stealth:[/b] The plane is a highly stealth aircraft, although the other designs, particularly the Super Widow can be rightfully considered super stealth, and thus this unit comes out behind. Its body has been shaped for maximum reduction of radar cross section. Its maneuvering canards are computer controlled when not in dog fighter mode, thus removing its principle weakness to detection. The engines on the plane are equipped with thermal and acoustic reduction features further eliminating their detectability.

[b]Armaments:[/b]
1 Internal 25 mm Auto Cannon
10 Internal Weapons Bays (4 Short Range Weapons on sides, 6 Internally)



[b]Name:[/b] EF-50 Banshee
[b]Unit Type:[/b] Long Range Stealth Interceptor/ Electronic Warfare Craft

[b]Specifications:[/b]
[b]Crew: [/b]2 (1 Pilot, 1 Gunner)
[b]Range: [/b]5000 nmi
[b]Combat Radius: [/b]2800 nmi
[b]Engines:[/b] 2 Turbo-Fan Thrust Vectored Engines
[b]Speed:[/b] Mach 2.8
[b]Super Cruise: [/b]Mach 2

[b]Avionics:[/b] The EF-50 is one of the larger fighter aircraft in the Novaki arsenal. As such it makes extensive use of its size to carry a much more powerful onboard computer, radar systems, and electronic warfare suite. The EF-50 uses a 360-degree phased array radar with one of the longest ranges of any fighter sized aircraft in service. This allows it to detect enemy forces far before they detect it. Because the radar is difficult to jam it is extremely hard for an enemy force to evade the EF-50. Its larger size allows its radar to be at a higher bandwidth, as well as be configured for L and X Band. The EF-50 in a group with its own or other SSRN planes can act as a multi-static radar to detect enemy stealth planes. Its 360 degree coverage allows it to shoot from any direction and get side look at stealth and RCS craft.

The EF-50 has some of the best infrared and LIDAR detection systems. It is capability of hitting enemy aircraft vulnerable to infrared detection from some of the furthest ranges of any aircraft fighter size.

The EF-50 has an extensive electronic warfare suite built for jamming enemy ship, ground, and air based sensors. This allows it to act as an EWAC while still being able to carry out combat missions with other fighters. Many other pilots love to fly alongside the EF-50 because while its less maneuverable in a dogfight than say a sino-fighter, it nullifies the threat of SAMs.

[b]Stealth:[/b] The EF-50s diamond wing and stealth shape makes it a highly stealth aircraft. In addition its electronic warfare systems help protect it against detection by other enemy aircraft and surface defenses. It is designed against all bands of radar currently in use today and its engines have been designed to reduce the IR signature of the plane. It is covered in RAM material. The planes stealth features are compromised mainly when it uses its internal weapons bays (although its stealth returns within seconds after they close) or when it spends long times past Mach 2.5 as the RAM begins to be reduced.

[b]Maneuverability:[/b] The EF-50s large airframe makes it one of the less maneuverable aircraft around. This is somewhat offset though by its thrust vectoring. The craft has the ability to out climb and outrun almost all dog fighters, however, its turning capability is somewhat less than those who share a thrust vectoring capability. It is designed to be a long range craft though, and because of its superior speed, stealth, and jamming abilities, can typically avoid dog fighting and win a missile engagement.

[b]Weapons:[/b]
12 Internal Weapons Bays (can carry larger longer range anti-air missiles most fighters cannot internally)
6 external optional outfittings
1 25 mm Internal Gatling Cannon

[b]Description:[/b] A favorite of the carrier battlegroups, the F-50 was originally designed to protect fleets and cities from the threat of long-range bombers. Inspired by the F-14 Tomcat concept; Its emphasis is on jamming the enemies ability and getting the first shot before an enemy cruise missile can be shot at a carrier

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