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MARSCURIAN REPUBLIC

 

 מאַרסקוריש רעפּובליק


Марскурская Pеспублика

 

 

 

 

Territory:
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National Facts
Capital: Marscury

 

Larger Cities: Obluchye, Mietonka, Teichzet, Valdgeym, Nizhleninskoye, Telmana, Nikolaevsk, Pritatesky, Bira, Birofeld

Official Languages: Yiddish, Russian

Officially Recognized Minority Languages: English

Major Religions: Marscurian Judaism (80%), Russian Orthodox Christianity (3%), Other (1%), Atheist/Agnostic (16%)

National Anthem: National Anthem of Russia
 
State Anthem: Composition in Progress

Later Sections:

Politics

Economy
Transportation
Military Overview
Marscurian Siberian Army
Marscurian Siberian Air Force
Marscurian Siberian Navy
Religion
Rayons and Territories
Marscury Rayon
Grois Rayon

OOC: I would prefer no comments in this thread. Thank you.

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Politics

פּאָליטיק

политика

 

Political Map
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National Facts and Statistics
National Territory: 120,000 Square Miles (310,000 Sq Km.)

Population: 23.2 Million

Capital: Marscury

Government Type: Autonomous Republic

Head of State: Premier

Marscurian Siberian Duma
Honorable Seal of The Marscurian Siberian Duma:
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Members of the Marscurian Siberian Duma:

From the Marscury Rayon:
Moshe Rabinovich (A Just Russia)
Arkady Fedorovich (A Just Russia)

From the Bira Rayon:
Mendel Solomon (A Just Russia)
Iosif Liebmann (A Just Russia)

From the Grois Rayon:
Pavel Boruch (Communist Party)
Dmitri Libeskind (Communist Party)

From the Meyrev Rayon:
Alexandr Schiermann (United Russia)
Mikhail Gershanovich (United Russia)

From the Bidzhan Rayon:
Dmitri Cherdenko (A Just Russia)
Vladimir Fravorsky (A Just Russia)

From the Mizrekdik Rayon:
Boris Rouzcheloveksky (Communist Party)
Vladislav Zelotogorov (Communist Party)

From the Terrestrian Rayon:
Elder Tideseeker (Green Party)
Elder Earthstride (Green Party)

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Economy

עקאנאמיע

экономика

 

 


Overview
Monetary Unit: New Russian Rouble

Unemployment: 10.3%

Industry:
Major Industries: Mining, Agriculture, Defense Equipment, Construction Materials, Steel Smelting, Clothing, Light Manufacturing, Forestry, Farm Equipment

Natural Resources: Gold, Silver, Tin, Iron, Molybdenum, Manganese, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Arsenic, Bismuth, Antimony, Talc, Magnesites, Brucite, Graphite, Limestones, Dolomite, Phosphorites, Mineral Paints, Natural Facing Stones, Brown Coal, Peat, Natural Gas

Major Companies:

Tepluzersky-Londokostroimaterialy
Type: Construction Materials
CEO: Viktor Petrovich
Logo:
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Marscurian Military Works:
Type: Defense Equipment
CEO: Leonid Gobyato
Logo:
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Obluchye Heavy Engineering
Type: Heavy Manufacturing
CEO: Boris Andreev
Logo:
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Dalselmash
Type: Agricultural Equipment
CEO: Otto Chernomaz
Logo:
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Agriculture

Major Crops: Turnips, Apples, Wheat, Barley, Corn, Soybeans, Potatoes, Sugarbeets. Milk, Cattle

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Cattle in Northwestern Marscurian Siberia


Energy
Power Company: Marscurian Siberian Power

Power Stations:

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Birobidzhan Power Station-Coal Fired
Power Generated: 400 MW

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Kitai Wind Farm-Wind Turbines
Power Generated: 1.4 GW
 

 

 

Trade
Main Exports: Raw Materials, Food Stuffs, Heavy Machinery, Minerals, Precious Metals, Electrical Transformers

Main Imports: Automobiles, Food Stuffs, Electronics, Petroleum and Petroleum Products

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Transportation

אַריבערפירן

Tранспорт


Rail

Total Existing Rail: 9000 km

Total Existing High-Speed Rail: 1500 km
Track Gauge: 1,520 mm -Russian Wide Gauge
 
Major Rail Carriers:
Regional: Marscurian Railways
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Roads
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Water
Total Navigable Lengths: 8000 km
Principle Waterways: Teich River, Tunguska River, Bira River

Principle Ports:
Telmana - Barge and Sea Traffic

Priteichsky - Barge, River Ships, and Sea Traffic
Marscury - Pleasure Craft
Mietonka - Barges, Ferries, and Pleasure Craft
Leninskoye - Barges, Ferries, and Pleasure Craft
Teichzet - Barges, Ferries, and Pleasure Craft

Pashkovo - Parges, Ferries, and Pleasure Craft

Main Navigational Period: April-November

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Passenger ships on the upper reaches of the Teich River


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The lumber terminal at the river port of Teichzet

 


Air
Commercial Airports: 6

Marscury International Airport:
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Tricities International Airport:
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Mietonka International Airport:
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Major Air Carriers
Public/Private Owned: Marscurian Airlines
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National Air Carrier: Aeroflot
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Aircraft Livery:
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Mass Transit
Marscury Metro: Subway

Mietonka Metro: Monorail
Obluchye Metro: Commuter Rail
Teichzet Metro: Light Rail

Leninskoye Metro: Elevated Rail
Telmana Metro: Commuter Rail

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Military

 

מיליטאַר

 

военные


Standard of the Pasirung Military District

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Commander-in-Chief: Tsar Mikhail III
Top Military Commander: Colonel-General Mikhail Marantzbaum

13th Mixed Air Corps
Roundel:
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Russian Air Force Roundel:

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Russian Pacific Fleet
Fleet Jack:
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Pasirung Military District

 

General Information
Army Uniforms:
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Army Patches

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Active Duty Troops: 120,000

 
Equipment of the Marscurian Land Forces

SMALL ARMS
AK-103 Assault Rifle:
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Izhmash
Weight: 7.5 lb
Cartridge: 7.62x39mm
Rate of Fire: 600 rpm
Effective Range: 500 yards
Sights: Iron Sights
Magazine: 30 rounds
Attachments: Bayonette, Grenade Launcher, Optical Scope


Makarov PM Pistol
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Izhevsk
Weight: 1.75 lb
Cartridge: 9x18mm
Rate of Fire: Semi-automatic
Effective Range: 55 yards
Sights: Iron Sights
Magazine: 8 Rounds


PP-19 Submachine Gun
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Izhmash
Weight: 5 lb
Cartridge: 9x18mm
Rate of Fire: 700 rpm
Effective Range: 150 yards
Sights: Iron Sights, Flip-up notch
Magazine: 35 Rounds


M13 Sniper Rifle
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Weight: 8.8 lb
Cartridge: 7.62x54mmR
Rate of Fire: Bolt-Action
Effective Range: 750m+
Sights: Iron Sights, Optional Adjustable Optics
Clip Size: 8 Rounds
 
 
TOZ-194
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: TsNIITochMash
Weight: 2.9 kg
Cartridge: 12 Gauge
Rate of Fire: Pump-Action
Effective Range: 50 yards
Sights: Iron Sights, Bead Sight
Magazine: 7 Rounds
 
RPG-32 Rocket Propelled Grenade
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Bazalt
Weight: 22 lb
Ammunition: 105mm Tandem-Charge Rocket-Propelled Grenade
Effective Range: 700 Yards
Sights: Optical Sights, Infra-Red Sights


M1 Flamethrower
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Weight: 68 lb
Fuel: 5 Gallons Enriched Gasoline (7 seconds of full flame)
Range: 20 Yards
Sights: None

Machine Guns

MG-1 Light Machine Gun
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Weight: 20.1 lb
Cartridge: 7.62x54mmR
Rate of Fire: 500 rpm
Effective Range: 880 yards
Sights: Iron sights
Magazine: 47 Rounds


PKP Medium Machine Gun
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: TsNIITochMash
Weight: 19 lb
Cartridge: 7.62x54mmR
Rate of Fire: 650 rpm
Effective Range: 1,500 yards
Sights: Iron sights
Feed System: 250 Round Belt
Accessories: Bipod, Detachable Tripod


Kord Heavy Machine Gun
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: V.A. Degtyarev Plant
Weight: 56 lb
Cartridge: 12.7x108mm
Rate of Fire: 650 rpm
Effective Range: 2,000 yards
Sights: Iron Sights
Accessories: Bipod, Tripod


ARTILLERY 
M1 Mortar
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Crew: 1
Weight: 4 lb
Caliber: 37mm
Rate of Fire: 30 rpm
Range: 250 yards

 
2B14 Mortar
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Nizni Novgorod Engineering Plant
Crew: 5
Weight: 92.3 lb
Caliber: 82mm
Rate of Fire: 24 rpm
Range: 4,500 yards


2S12 Mortar
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Uraltransmash Works
Crew: 5
Weight: 420 lb
Caliber: 120mm
Rate of Fire: 12 rpm
Range: 7,200 yards


2A18 Light Howitzer
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Gosudarstvennoe Unitarnoe Predpriatie Zavod
Crew: 8
Weight: 7,000 lb
Caliber: 122mm
Rate of Fire: 6 rpm
Range: 20,000 yards


2A36 Heavy Howitzer
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Perm Machine Building Plant
Crew: 8
Weight: 21,600 lb
Caliber: 152mm
Rate of Fire: 6 rpm
Range: 33,000 yards


2S5 Self-Propelled Artillery
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Perm Machine Building Plant
Crew: 7
Caliber: 152mm
Rate of Fire: 6 rpm
Range: 33,000 yards
Armor: 15mm
Engine: V12 520 hp Diesel Engine
Speed: 38 mph


2S7 Self-Propelled Artillery
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Perm Machine Building Plant
Crew: 7
Caliber: 203mm
Rate of Fire: 2 rpm
Range: 40,000 yards
Armor: None in working area, 10mm around crew cab
Engine: V12 840 hp Diesel
Speed: 31 mph


M61 Anti-Aircraft Artillery
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: KBP Instrument Design Bureau
Crew: 4
Caliber: 30mm
Rate of Fire: 3,900 rpm
Range: 4,000 yards


VEHICLES
MT4 Jeep
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works/Toyota
Crew: 6
Armor: None
Engine: 162 hp, 4-Cylinder Diesel
Speed: 110 mph
Range: 400 miles
Primary Armament: 3x Attachable 12.7/7.62mm Machine Guns


Ural-4320 Truck
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Ural Automotive Plant
Crew: 2
Armor: 0.25 Inch Steel Around Cabin
Engine: 240 hp, 8-Cylinder Diesel
Speed: 51 mph
Range: 450 miles
Towing Power: 10 tons
Troop Capacity: 24
Primary Armament: None


PTS-4 Amphibious Vehicle
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: KBTM-Omsk
Crew: 2
Armor: 0.5" Steel
Engine: 250 hp, 12-Cylinder Diesel
Speed: 40 mph on Land, 10 mph on Water
Range: 400 miles
Troop Capacity: 70
Primary Armament: 12.7mm Machine Gun


ATS-59 Artillery Tractor
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Kurgen Mash Zavod
Crew: 3
Armor: None
Engine: 300 hp, 12-Cylinder Diesel
Speed: 33 mph
Range: 300 miles

Towing Capacity: 8 tons

 

 

BTR-82 Armored Personnel Carrier

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Specifications:
Manufacturer: AMZ/GAZ
Crew: 3+7 Infantry
Armor: Steel, Composites, Cyramic Plates
Engine: 300 hp, 8-Cylinder Diesel
Range: 600 Kilometers
Speed: 100 kph on Land, 10 kph in Water
Primary Armament: 14.5mm Heavy Machine Gun
Secondary Armament: 7.62mm Machine Gun

 

 

BTR-90M Assault Gun

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Specifications:
Manufacturer: AMZ/GAZ
Crew: 3+7 Infantry
Armor: Steel, Composites, Cyramic Plates
Engine: 510 hp, 8-Cylinder Diesel
Range: 800 Kilometers
Speed: 100 kph on Land, 10 mph Water
Primary Armament: 100 mm 2A70 Cannon
Secondary Armament: 7.62 mm Machine Gun

 

 

MKBB Tank Destroyer
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: AMZ/GAZ-Marscurian Military Works
Crew: 3+7 Infantry
Armor: Steel, Composites, Cyramic Plates
Engine: 600 hp, 10-Cylinder Diesel
Range: 900 Kilometers
Speed: 110 kph on Land, 10 mph Water
Primary Armament: 125mm 2A45 Anti-tank Gun
Secondary Armament: 7.62mm Machine Gun


T-89 Main Battle Tank
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Crew: 4
Armor: 525mm Composite, Kontact-5 Explosive Reactive Armor
Engine: 1400hp Gas-Turbine Engine
Range: 400 miles
Speed: 50 mph
Primary Armament: 125mm Smoothbore Cannon
Secondary Armament: 7.62mm Coaxial Cannon, 12.7mm Machine Gun


MHT-1 Heavy Tank
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Crew: 7
Armor: 700m Composite
Engine: 1700hp Gas-Turbine Engine
Range: 130 Miles (220 Miles With External Tanks)
Speed: 20 mph
Primary Armament: 2x130mm Smoothbore Cannons
Secondary Armament: 1x12.7mm Machine Guns, 1x7.62mm Machine Gun, 7xGrenade/Mortar Tubes, 7xSAM Tubes

 

OBSERVATION DRONES

Personal Observation Aerial Device

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Specifications:

Manufacturer: Veridian Dynamics

Weight: 45 Grams

Size: 22 Centimeters Across

Speed: 25 kph

Radio Range: 200 Meters

Flight Time: 1 Hour Continuous

Camera: 1080p Image and Video Camera

 

421-08

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Specifications:

Manufacturer: ZALA

Weight: 1.7 Kilograms

Size: 80 Centimeters Across

Speed: 150 kph

Radio Range: 15 km

Flight Time: 90 Minutes Continuous

Cameras: 1080p Video Camera, 10 Megapixel Camera, Infrared Camera

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13th Mixed Air Corps

13 געמישט לופט קאָר  

13-Го Cмешанного Aвиационного Kорпуса

 

Organization

FIGHTER DIVISION
1st Fighter Aviation Regiment (LaG-41) Marscury Military Airport
11th Squadron
12th Squadron
13th Squadron
14th Squadron
15th Squadron
 
2nd Fighter Aviation Regiment (LaG-41) Marscury Military Airport
21st Squadron
22nd Squadron
23rd Squadron
24th Squadron
25th Squadron
 
3rd Fighter Aviation Regiment (LaG-41) Central Kamchatka Air Base
31st Squadron
32nd Squadron
33rd Squadron
34th Squadron
35th Squadron
 
4th Fighter Aviation Regiment (LaG-41) Mietonka Military Airport
41st Squadron
42nd Squadron
43rd Squadron
44th Squadron
45th Squadron
 
5th Fighter Aviation Regiment (LaG-41) Tri-Cities International Airport
51st Squadron
52nd Squadron
53rd Squadron
54th Squadron
55th Squadron
 
6th Fighter Aviation Regiment (LaG-41) Amurzet International Airport
61st Squadron
62nd Squadron
63rd Squadron
64th Squadron
65th Squadron
 
7th Fighter Aviation Regiment (Su-35S) Mietonka Military Airport
71st Squadron
72nd Squadron
73rd Squadron
74th Squadron
75th Squadron
 
BOMBER DIVISION
8th Bomber Aviation Regiment (LaG-22M) Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky International Airport
81st Bomber Squadron
82nd Bomber Squadron
83rd Bomber Squadron
84th Bomber Squadron
85th Bomber Squadron
 
ATTACK DIVISION
9th Attack Aviation Regiment (Su-25SM) Mietonka Military Airport
91st Squadron
92nd Squadron
93rd Squadron
94th Squadron
95th Squadron
 
ELECTRONIC WARFARE DIVISION
10th Electronic Aviation Regiment (LaG-21E) Marscury International Airport
101st Squadron
102nd Squadron
103rd Squadron
104th Squadron
105th Squadron
 
TRANSPORT DIVISION
11th Light Transport Aviation Regiment (LaG-2) Mietonka Military Airport
111th Squadron
112th Squadron
113th Squadron
114th Squadron
115th Squadron
 
12th Medium Transport Aviation Regiment (An-12) Amurzet International Airport
121st Squadron
122nd Squadron
123rd Squadron
124th Squadron
 
 
13th Heavy Transport Aviation Regiment (Il-76) Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky International Airport
131st Squadron
132nd Squadron
133rd Squadron
134th Squadron
 
TRAINING DIVISION
14th Training Aviation Division (Yak-130) Birofeld Airfield
141st Squadron
142nd Squadron
143rd Squadron
 
ANTI-SUBMARINE DIVISION
15th Anti-Submarine Aviation Division (A-40) - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Naval Base
151st Squadron
152nd Squadron
153rd Squadron
154th Squadron
155th Squadron


Fighter Fleet

LaG-41
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Specifications:
Crew: 1
Length: 47 Feet (14.5 m)
Wingspan: 33 Feet (10m)
Powerplant: 1 Turbofan engine producing 70 KN of thrust
Maximum Speed: Mach 1.8 (2,205 kph)

Range: 650 nm (1500 with external tank)
Ceiling: 58,000 Feet
Weaponry:
-1x30mm cannon with 300 rounds
-8 Hardpoints in internal bay

-4 Hardpoints under wings

 

Su-35S
Sukhoi_Su-35S_in_2009.jpgSpecifications:
Crew: 1
Length: 73 Feet
Wingspan: 50 Feet
Powerplant: 2 Turbofan engines producing 284 KN of thrust
Maximum Speed: Mach 2.25 (1,712 mph)

Range: 2000 nm (2500 with external tank)
Ceiling: 59,100 Feet
Weaponry:
-2x30mm cannon with 150 rounds
-12 Hardpoints

Bomber Fleet
LaG-22M
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Specifications:
Crew: 4 (Pilot, Co-Pilot, Bombardier, Defensive Systems Operator)
Length: 44m
Wingspan: 35m
Powerplant: 2xTurbofan Engines with 250kN of thrust
Maximum Speed: Mach 1.95 (1,484 mph)
Range: 5,000 nm
Ceiling: 43,000 feet
Bomb Load: 24,000 kg
 

 

Ground Attack Aircraft

Su-25

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Specifications:
Crew: 1
Length: 51 Feet
Wingspan: 47 Feet
Powerplant: 2x 10,000 lb Turbofan Engines
Maximum Speed: 606mph
Range: 466 Miles
Ceiling: 16,400 Feet
Weaponry:
-30mm Cannon

-11 Hardpoints for 4,400 kg of Rockets, Bombs, or Missiles

 

Electronic Warfare
MEWA-21
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Specifications:
Crew: 2 Pilot, Copilot
Length: 57 Feet
Wingspan: 39 Feet
Powerplant: 2x 17,500 lb Turbofan Engines
Maximum Speed: Mach 2.25 (1,490 mph)
Range: 1,240 Miles
Ceiling: 57,000 Feet
Weaponry:
-4 TEJ-99 Jamming Pods in Underwing Pylons
-1 TEJ-228 Jamming Receiver Under Fuselage


Transport
LaG-2
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Specifications:
Crew: 2 Pilot, Copilot
Length: 64 Feet
Wingspan: 96 Feet
Powerplant: 2x 1,200 hp Piston Engines
Maximum Speed: 224 mph
Range: 1,600 Miles
Ceiling: 26,000 Feet
Troop Capacity:
-24 Soldiers
-18 Paratroops
Payload Capacity: 6,000 lb


An-12
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Specifications:
Crew: 5 Pilot, Copilot, Navigator, Flight Engineer, Radioman
Length: 108 Feet
Wingspan: 124 Feet
Powerplant: 4x 4,000 hp Turboprop Engines
Maximum Speed: 482 mph
Range: 2,235 Miles
Ceiling: 33,500 Feet
Troop Capacity:
-90 Soldiers
-80 Paratroops
Payload Capacity: 44,000 lb

 

 

IL-76

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Specifications:
Crew: 5 Pilot, Copilot, Navigator, Flight Engineer, Radioman
Length: 152 Feet
Wingspan: 165 Feet
Powerplant: 4xTurbofan Engines with 150,000 pounds of thrust
Maximum Speed: 560 mph
Range: 8,000 Miles
Ceiling: 42,000 Feet
Payload Capacity: 48 Tons

 

LaG-31
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Specifications:
Crew: 2 (Pilot, Copilot)
Capacity: 32 Passengers
Length: 66 Feet
Wingspan: 82 Feet
Propulsion: 3 Turbofan Engines producing 9,900 pounds of thrust
Maximum Speed: 342 mph
Service Ceiling: 26,000 Feet
Range: 970 Miles


MSAF Missile Corps
Missile Systems
SA-17
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Specifications:
Weight: 1,587 lb
Length: 16 Feet
Warhead: 154 lb Fragmentation warhead
Engine: 1 Solid-fuel rocket
Range: 31 Miles
Ceiling: 82,000 Feet
Speed: Mach 4

S300
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Specifications:
Weight: 3,970 lb
Length: 25 Feet
Warhead: 330 lb Fragmentation warhead
Engine: 1 Solid-propulsion rocket
Range: 250 Miles
Ceiling: 88,000 Feet
Speed: Mach 4

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Russian Pacific Fleet

 

רוסיש פּאַסיפיק פליט

Тихоокеанский флот

 
Naming Conventions

Corvettes - Adjectives
Landing Ships - Amphibious Animals
Battleships - Rayons
Cruisers - Cities
Frigates - War Heroes
Destroyers - Bodies of Water
Submarines - Marine Animals
Aircraft Carriers - Monarchs

Flotillas
1st Flotilla: Surface Fleet
Home Base: Dorem Harbor, Telmana
Flagship: Meyrev
Other Ships in Fleet: Parpoyn, Kalt, Kil, Prestldik, Shnayik, Ayzdik, Brysk, Eiz Kalt, Kriredik, Arkdish, Biter, Hero of the Soviet Union Caesar Kunikov, Hero of the Soviet Union Israel Fisanovich, Hero of the Soviet Union Vladimir Konovalov, Hero of the Soviet Union Samuel Bogorad, Hero of the Soviet Union Abram Sverdlov, Hero of the Soviet Union Boris Volynov, Hero of the Soviet Union David Dragunsky, Hero of the Soviet Union Yakov Smushkevich, Bira, Bidzhan, Ozero, Ozere, Khingan, Sutara, Samara, Teich, Marscury, Mietonka, Obluchye, Telmana, Pyotrgrad, Priamursky, Pashkovo, Priteichsky, Tiechzet, Mizrekdik, Grois, Bidzhan Rayon, Bira Rayon, Marscury Rayon, Terrestria Rayon, Kamchatka Territorien, Barbarian Territorien

 

2nd Flotilla: Submarine Fleet
Home Base: Tzofn Harbor, Telmana
Flagship: Khagan
Other Ships in Fleet: Tsar, KaiserMelech, Pyotr Velikiy, Khagan Mikhail, Territorien, Kamchatka Territorien, Amur, Tunguska, Sutara, Samara, Pyotrgrad, Priamursky, Ratheneau, Trumpledor, Rosenberg, Zig, Krakenov, Solomon, Valpish, Haipish, Delpin, Sterdzshin, Lox, Sordpish, Stingrai



Ships

Corvettes/Monitors
Indomitable-Class River Monitor
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Obluchye Heavy Engineering Riverine Shipyards
Displacement: 400 Tons
Length: 196 Feet
Beam: 30 Feet
Draught: 4 Feet
Propulsion: 3x3800 hp Diesel Engines
Speed: 23 Knots
Range: 540 Nautical Miles
Crew: 32
Armor: 25mm
Armament:
-2x125mm Guns (Taken From MBT-84 Tank)
-2x30mm Gatling Gun CIWS
-4 (2x2) 12.7mm Machine Guns
-2 7.62mm Machine Guns
-2 30mm Grenade Launchers
-2 140mm BM-14 Unguided Rocket Mounts
Landing Facilities: None
Ships In Class: Indomitable, Formidable, Invincible, Igzempleri 


Shark-Class River Patrol Monitor
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Obluchye Heavy Engineering Riverine Shipyards
Displacement: 213 Tons
Length: 128 Feet
Beam: 20 Feet
Draught: 4 Feet
Propulsion: 3x1100 hp Diesel Engines
Speed: 18 Knots
Range: 500 Nautical Miles
Crew: 21
Armor: Splinter Armor
Armament:
-1x100mm Gun (Taken from T-55)
-1x30mm Gatling Gun CIWS
-2x12.7mm Machine Guns
-1x7.62mm Machine Guns (Co-axial with 100mm gun)
-1x30mm Grenade Launcher
-2x140mm BM-14 Unguided Rocket Mounts
Landing Facilities: None
Ships In Class: Shtark, Unconquerable, Pest, Bashlasn, Vild
 
 
Parpoyn-Class Icebreaking Corvette
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Specifications:
Displacement: 2200 Tons
Length: 105 Meters
Beam: 12 Meters
Draught: 4 Meters
Propulsion: 4x6000 hp Diesel Engines
Speed: 27 Knots
Range: 3800 Nautical Miles
Crew: 90
Armor: Steel Plate/Splinter Armor
Armament:
-1xA-190 100mm Gun
-1xKashtan CIWS
-2xAK-630 CIWS
-2x12.7mm Machine Guns
-1x7.62mm Machine Guns (Co-axial with 100mm gun)
-12 Redut Antiaircraft Missile Launch Tubes
-8 Kh-35 Antiship Missile Launch Tunes
-1 RPK-9 Antisubmarine Missile System
Landing Facilities: Landing platform for helicopters
Ships In Class: Parpoyrn, Kalt, Kil, Prestldik, Shnayik, Ayzdik, Brysk, Eiz Kalt, Kriredik, Arkdish, Biter
 
Frigates
Krivak IV-Class Frigate
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Tianjin Shipyards
Displacement: 3,300 Tons
Length: 405 Feet
Beam: 46 Feet
Draught: 15 Feet
Propulsion: 2x20,000 hp Diesel Engines
Speed: 32 Knots
Range: 5000 Nautical Miles
Crew: 200
Armor: Splinter Plating
Armament:
-2 (1x2) 100mm Guns
-4 Anti-ship Missile Tubes
-2 SAM Tubes
-2 Anti-Submarine Mortars
-8 533mm Torpedoes
Landing Facilities: None
Ships In Class: Hero of the Soviet Union Caesar Kunikov, Hero of the Soviet Union Israel Fisanovich, Hero of the Soviet Union Vladimir Konovalov, Hero of the Soviet Union Samuel Bogorad, Hero of the Soviet Union Abram Sverdlov, Hero of the Soviet Union Boris Volynov, Hero of the Soviet Union David Dragunsky, Hero of the Soviet Union Yakov Smushkevich 


Destroyers
Teich-Class Destroyer
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Specifications:
Displacement: 7,000 Tons
Length: 163 Meters
Beam: 20 Meters
Draught: 6.3 Meters
Propulsion: 4x30,000hp Diesel Engines
Speed: 35 Knots
Range: 10,500 Nautical Miles
Crew: 300
Armor: 76mm Hull, 25mm Deck, 100mm Vital Areas
Armament:
-2x2 130mm Guns
-4 Kashtan CIWS
-4 Anti-ship Missile Launch Tubes
-2x10 Anti-Submarine Missile Launches

-64 Surface-to-Air Missile Tubes
-2x4 533mm Torpedo Tubes
-6 12.7mm Machine Guns
Landing Facilities: 1 Landing Pad
Ships In Class: Teich, Bira, Bidzhan, Ozero, Ozere, Khingan, Sutara, Samara


Cruisers
Teichzet-Class Cruiser
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Specifications:
Displacement: 22,000 Tons
Length: 240 Meters
Beam: 28 Meters
Draught: 9 Meters
Propulsion: 2 Steam Turbines, 2 Gas Turbines, and 2 Diesel Engines Producing 140,000 hp
Speed: 32 Knots
Range: 7,500 Nautical Miles
Crew: 640
Armor: 76mm Around Crucial Components, Splinter Plating
Armament:
-2X2 130mm Guns
-6 Kashtan CIWS
-96 S-300 SAM Vertical Launch Tubes

-128 Tor SAM Vertical Launch Tubes

-40 Osa SAM Vertical Launch Tubes
-16 BrahMos Missile Launches

-20 P-700/P-800 Vertical
-10 533mm Torpedo Tubes
-12 Anti-Submarine Missiles

Landing Facilities: 1 Landing Pad
Ships In Class: Teichzet, Marscury, Mietonka, Obluchye, Telmana, Pyotrgrad, Priamursky, Pashkovo, Priteichsky


Landing Ships

Yam Lieb-Class Fast Landing Ship

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Specifications:
Displacement: 6,000 Tons
Length: 120 Meters
Beam: 16 Meters
Draught: 5 Meters
Propulsion: 2 Diesel Engines Producing 20,000 hp
Speed: 35 Knots
Range: 6,500 Nautical Miles
Crew: 100
Armor: Splinter Plating
Armament:
-2 SAM launchers
-1 76mm Gun
-2x Kashtan CIWS
Landing Facilities: 1 Landing Pad
Cargo Space: 13 Tanks or 300 Troops
Beaching Capabilities:
-Bow Doors For Beach Landings
-Stern Door For Landing Boat Launches
Ships In Class: Yam Lieb, Krakadil, Valras, Zshabe, Polier Ber

 

Tsherepache-Class Landing Ship
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Specifications:
Displacement: 14,060 Tons
Length: 157 Meters
Beam: 23.8 Meters
Draught: 6.7 Meters
Propulsion: 2 Gas Turbine Engines Producing 36,000 hp
Speed: 19 Knots
Range: 7,500 Nautical Miles
Crew: 239
Armor: Splinter Plating
Armament:
-2 Osa SAM launchers
-2x2 76mm Guns

-4 AK-630 CIWS
-1 Grad Rocket Launcher
Landing Facilities: 2 Landing Pads
Cargo Space: 2,500 Tons or 520 Soldiers and 25 Tanks and Two Landing Boats or 53 Tanks and Two Landing Boats
Beaching Capabilities:
-Bow Doors For Beach Landings
-Stern Door For Landing Boat Launches
Ships In Class: Tsherepache, Vidre, Alagater, Plambe

 

Pingvin-Class Amphibious Support Landing Ship

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Specifications:
Displacement: 40,000 Tons
Length: 196 Meters
Beam: 35 Meters
Draught: 8 Meters
Propulsion: 2 Gas Turbine Engines and 4 Steam Turbines Producing 180,000 hp
Speed: 30 Knots
Range: 8,000 Nautical Miles
Crew: 960
Armor: Splinter Plating
Armament:
-6x8 SAM Tubes
-1x2 130mm Guns

-4 Kashtan CIWS
-8 Cruise Missile Launchers
Landing Facilities: 6 Landing Pads With Space For 12 Helicopters
Cargo Space:1,700 Troops, 6 Landing Craft Boats and 2 Landing Craft Hovercraft
Beaching Capabilities:
-Bow Doors For Easy Loading of Vehicles
-Stern Door For Landing Boat Launches
Ships In Class: Pingvin, Ok

 

MLC
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Obluchye Heavy Engineering
Displacement: 110 Tons
Length: 76 Feet
Beam: 21 Feet
Draught: 3 Feet
Propulsion: 2 Diesel Engines Producing 1,600 hp
Speed: 22 Knots
Range: 190 Nautical Miles
Crew: 4
Armor: Splinter Plating
Armament:
-2 12.7mm Machine Guns
Cargo Space: 170 Soldiers or 6 Jeeps or 1 Tank
Beaching Capabilities:
-Bow Ramp For Beach Landings


Aircraft Carriers
Khagan-Class Aircraft Carrier
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Tianjin Shipyards
Displacement: 55,000 Tons
Length: 1,005 Feet
Beam: 125 Feet (at water line)
Draft: 30 Feet
Propulsion: 8x25MW Steam Turbines
Speed: 32 Knots
Range: 8,500 Nautical Miles
Crew: 1,993
Armor: 76mm Hull, 300mm Reinforced Flight Deck, 24.5mm Splinter Resistance in Crew Areas
Armament:
-16 Scorpion CIWS
-2 30mm Cannons
-2 SAM launchers
-12 Anti-Ship Missile Launchers
-1 Anti-Submarine Mortar
Aircraft Carried:
-5 F/A-18
-5 MF/A-21S
-5 Reconnaissance Airplanes
-5 Search-and-Rescue Helicopters
-5 Light Cargo Transport Helicopters
Ships In Class: Khagan, Tsar, KaiserMelech, Pyotr Velikiy, Khagan Mikhail


Battleships
Meyrev-Class Battleship
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Specifications:
Displacement: 69,000 Tons
Length: 284 Meters
Beam: 34 Meters
Draft: 13 Meters
Propulsion: 4xElectric Outboard Pods Powered By 2 KN-3 Nuclear Reactors With 600 MW
Speed: 35 Knots
Range: Unlimited, 90 Days Supplies
Crew: 1,360
Armor: 330 mm Belt, 250 mm Bulkheads, 380 mm Turrets, 250 mm Deck
Armament:
-9 (3x3) 405 mm Guns

-6 (3x2) 533 mm Torpedo Launches

-205 Cruise Missile Vertical Launch Tubes

-144 SAM Tubes
-20 Anti-Ship Missile Tubes

-6 Kashtan CIWS

-6 AK-630M2 CIWS

-6 RBU-12000 Anti-submarine Rocket Systems

Landing Facilities: 1 Landing Pad
Ships In Class: Mizrekdik, Grois, Meyrev, Bidzhan Rayon, Bira Rayon, Marscury Rayon, Terrestria Rayon, Kamchatka Territorien, Barbarian Territorien


Submarines
Valpish-Class Submarine
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Tianjin Shipyards
Displacement: 970 Tons
Length: 192 Feet
Beam: 18 Feet
Propulsion: 2x1350 Air-Independent Diesel-Electric Engines
Speed: 20 Knots
Range: 3,000 Nautical Miles
Maximum Diving Depth: 250m
Crew: 18
Armament:
-10 Cruise Missiles or Anti-Ship Missiles
-4 21 Inch Bow Torpedo Tubes
Ships In Class: Valpish, Haipish, Delpin, Sterdzshin, Lox, Sordpish, Stingrai


Standardized Naval Weaponry

Guns
TNG-18
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Meyrev-Class Battleship
Caliber: 18 Inches (460mm)
Length: 72 Feet
Rate of Fire: 2 Rounds Per Minute (Sustained)
Round Weight: 2,700 Pounds
Muzzle Velocity: 2,500 Feet Per Second
Range: 42,000 Yards (24 Miles)

TNG-130
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Naval Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Bira-Class Destroyer, Marscury-Class Cruiser, Meyrev-Class Battleship
Caliber: 130mm
Length: 29 Feet
Rate of Fire: 10 Rounds Per Minute (Sustained)
Round Weight: 190 Pounds
Muzzle Velocity: 2,788 Feet Per Second
Range: 25,000 Yards

TNG-125
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Indomitable-Class Monitor
Caliber: 125mm
Length: 22 Feet
Rate of Fire: 6 Rounds Per Minute (Sustained)
Round Weight: 74 Pounds+Power Charge
Muzzle Velocity: 2,455 Feet Per Second
Range: 4,000 Yards

SNG-100
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Unconquerable-Class Corvette, Ratheneau-Class Frigate, Sutara-Class Destroyer, Meyrev-Class Battleship
Caliber: 100mm
Length: 24 Feet
Rate of Fire: 50 Rounds Per Minute
Round Weight: 59 Pounds
Muzzle Velocity: 2,887 Feet Per Second
Range: 23,000 Yards

TNG-76
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Vidre-Class Landing Ship
Caliber: 76mm
Length: 13 Feet
Rate of Fire: 6 Rounds Per Minute (Sustained)
Round Weight: Dependent on Type
Muzzle Velocity: 2,700 Feet Per Second
Range: 14,000 Yards

NAC-30
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Naval Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Khagan-Class Aircraft Carrier
Caliber: 30mm
Length: 7 Feet
Rate of Fire: 1,000 Rounds Per Minute
Round Weight: 2.5 Pounds
Muzzle Velocity: 1,050 Feet Per Second
Range: 6,000 Yards

Kord Heavy Machine Gun
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: V.A. Degtyarev Plant
Cartridge: 12.7x108mm
Rate of Fire: 650 rpm
Effective Range: 2,000 yards
Sights: Iron Sights

MG-2 Medium Machine Gun
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Military Works
Weight: 23.15 lb
Cartridge: 7.62x51mm
Rate of Fire: 550 rpm
Effective Range: 1,200 yards
Sights: Iron sights


Close In Weapons Systems
RAC-30
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Naval Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Indomitable-Class Monitor, Unconquerable-Class Corvette, Bira-Class Destroyer, Marscury-Class Cruiser
Caliber: 30mm
Length: 6 Feet
Rate of Fire: 10,000 Rounds Per Minute
Round Weight: 2.5 Pounds
Muzzle Velocity: 3,000 Feet Per Second
Range: 6,000 Yards

DWS-30
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Specifications:
Manufacturer: Marscurian Naval Military Works
Ship Classes Present On: Khagan-Class Aircraft Carrier, Meyrev-Class Battleship
Caliber: 30mm (Guns)
Missiles: 4
Length: 6 Feet (Guns) 8 Feet (Missiles)
Rate of Fire: 10,000 Rounds Per Minute, 2 Missiles Per Minute
Round Weight: 2.5 Pounds
Muzzle Velocity: 3,000 Feet Per Second
Range: 6,000 Yards (Guns) 8,500 Yards (Missiles)


Missiles
ASM-96
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Manufacturer: LaG Aeronautics
Ship Classes Present On: Khagan-Class Aircraft Carrier, Valphish-Class Submarine, Marscury-Class Cruiser, Meyrev-Class Battleship
Warhead: 660 Pounds
Length: 27 Feet
Missile Weight: 6,600 Pounds
Velocity: Mach 2.5
Range: 300 km

NSAM-12
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Manufacturer: LaG Aeronautics
Ship Classes Present On: Marscury-Class Cruiser, Khagan-Class Aircraft Carrier, Meyrev-Class Battleship
Warhead: 330 Pounds
Length: 23 Feet
Missile Weight: 3,970 Pounds
Velocity: Mach 6
Range: 124 Miles
Ceiling: 88,500 Feet
Tracking Systems: Ship Radar with Independent Missile Radar and Infrared Tracking Backup Systems

NSAM-14
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Manufacturer: LaG Aeronautics
Ship Classes Present On: Bira-Class Destroyer, Vidre-Class Landing Ship, Ratheneau-Class Frigate, Unconquerable-Class Corvette
Warhead: 154 Pounds
Length: 16 Feet
Missile Weight: 1,587 Pounds
Velocity: Mach 4
Range: 31 Miles
Ceiling: 82,000 Feet
Tracking Systems: Active Homing Radar


Anti-Submarine Warfare
ASW-M1
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Manufacturer: LaG Aeronautics
Ship Classes Present On: Marscury-Class Cruiser, Khagan-Class Aircraft Carrier, Bira-Class Destroyer, Tunguska-Class Destroyer, Meyrev-Class Battleship
Warhead: 55 Pounds
Weight: 250 Pounds
Sink Rate: 11.5 m/s
Range: 5,800 Meters
Maximum Depth: 1,000 Meters


Cruise Missiles
CM-12
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Manufacturer: LaG Aeronautics
Ship Classes Present On: Marscury-Class Cruiser, Valpish-Class Submarines, Meyrev-Class Battleship
Warhead: 2,200 Pounds High Explosive
Weight: 11,000 Pounds
Velocity: Mach 0.9
Range: 750 Kilometers


Torpedoes
SLT-65
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Manufacturer: Obluchye Heavy Engineering
Ship Classes Present On: Ratheneau-Class Frigate, Amur-Class Destroyer, Bira-Class Destroyer, Tunguska-Class Destroyer, Marscury-Class Cruiser
Warhead: 661 lb
Weight: 4,630 lb
Length: 24 ft
Speed: 45 knots
Range: 22 km
Tracking Systems: Wake homing, Active homing

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Religion

רעליגיע

Pелигия


Marscurian Judaism

Demographics
Adherents: ~3,000,000
Percentage of Population: 88%
Largest Population Centers: Entire Nation

Symbol
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The official symbol of Marscurian Judaism is the twin tablets of the 10 commandments. A direct manifestation of God's orders on Earth, and far more commonplace than the 613 commandments in the Torah. The Star of David was rejected because of its militaristic history as being the shape of the shield of King David.

Basic Beliefs
-Laws of the Tanakh supersede all, and form the basis of religious rites
-All laws set forth in the Talmud and in the commentaries are null and void. The Talmud is heresy, as only God and the prophets have the ability to proscribe law, not rabbis
-Strong emphasis on a personal relationship with God. Personal prayers take up the majority of the prayer service, with minimal set prayers
-Yiddish is accepted in both prayers and sermons, with Hebrew being used only for core prayers
-Complete disconnect with the land of Israel. Marscurian Siberia is the spiritual homeland, and all places are acceptable for prayer due to the omnipresence of God
-National religion of Marscurian Siberia. The Khagan is charged as the Defender of the Faith, and is one of the most important people in the religious hierarchy

Architecture
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Great Synagogue of Marscury
Synagogues of Marscurian Judaism are usually identical to the architecture of the neighborhoods they are built in. The main distinguishing feature is the presence of three front doors on the building, which are reserved for God, The People, and The Khagan. Due to the religion's status as the national religion, symbols of the state are often found in internal and external decorations.


Vaulian Orthodox Christianity

Demographics
Adherents: ~400,000
Percentage of Population: 12%
Largest Population Centers: Pyotrgrad

Symbol
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The church shares the Patriarchal cross with the closely-related Orthodox Churches of Eastern Europe.

Basic Beliefs
-Nearly identical to Russian Orthodoxy
-Emperor of Vaule is regarded as the head of the church, and Defender of the Faith

Architecture
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Annunciation Cathedral
Architecture for Vaulian Orthodox Churches is nearly identical to churches throughout Vaule and the rest of Russian Orthodoxy.

Terrestrian Druidism

Demographics
Adherents: ~1,600
Percentage of Population: 0.2%
Largest Population Centers: Stonegate

Symbol
None

Basic Beliefs
-Pantheon of 4 supreme deities. Minnecanis (The Water Guardian), Voeluft (The Air Spirit), Wapititerra (God of the Earth), Angha-Ra (The Fire Beast).
-The four seasons correspond to a separate deity, in which the traits of that god are strongest.
-Happiness is the most prized possession of men. Festivals and feasts are commonplace in this religion to attest to that fact
-Antarctica is sacred. No Terrestrian Druid will live outside the continent or the many islands around it
-The environment is sacred. Terrestrian lifestyles reflect this by attempting to produce the least permanent impact on the environment
-The affairs of the Gods are separate from those of men. The religion is not affiliated with a government, but communal elders are often priests in the religion

Architecture
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Great Temple to Minnecanis
The buildings of the religion are simple and sturdy. Using materials taken from Antarctica (stone, ice, whale skins), the temples seek to blend into the environment.

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Marscurian Siberian Rayons and Territories

מאַרסקוריש סיבעריאַן קונסטזייַד און טערריטאָרין

Mapcкypcкйи Сибирского Pайона и Tерриторий


Rayons
Marscury Rayon
Grois Rayon
Meyrev Rayon
Bidzhan Rayon
Bira Rayon
Mizrekdik Rayon
Terrestrian Rayon

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Marscury Rayon

מאַרסקורי קונסטזייַד

Mapcкypйи Pайона


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Administrative Center: Marscury
Largest City: Marscury

Size Ranking: 6th
Population Ranking: 2nd

Duma Representatives:
Moshe Rabinovich (A Just Russia)
Arkady Fedorovich (A Just Russia)

Geology and Terrain
The Marscury Rayon is small, and has a fairly uniform landscape. The majority of the rayon is within the city limits of Marscury and the surrounding metropolitan area, and is a relatively flat plain. Around the city lay gentle rolling hills, none any more than a few hundred feet in height. The main waterway of the rayon is the Bira River, snaking its way through the rayon in a North-South fashion. Several small lakes also dot themselves around the rayon, often times in the Bira floodplain.


Flora and Fauna
With the city of Marscury taking up the majority of the rayon, most of the native vegetation has been removed. However, larger city parks and sparse forests on the edge of the rayon point to thick forests that are mainly composed of broad-leaf trees such as oak and birch. Several unique flowers also inhabit the forests, giving rise to a large beekeeping industry and honey production.

In the forests, only small mammals remain. Martens, foxes, minks, and sables are the most common mammals that can be found in the rayon. Several birds inhabit the forests and lakes of the rayon, mainly small songbirds and ducks. In the Bira River, which is largely unpolluted, several fish species thrive at fishable levels. These species include pike and carp.

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A mink found in the forests throughout the nation


Climate
The Marscury Rayon has the same climate as the rest of the nation. Drawing from a temperate monsoon climate, the summers are warm and very rainy, with average high temperatures of around 20-30 degrees, and annual rainfall of around 500-800mm. The winters are very cold, with low temperatures commonly dropping far below zero. However, as there is little moisture, relatively little snow falls during the winter.


Parks and Protected Areas
Apart from city parks, there are no major protected areas in the rayon.


Demographics
Like the rest of the nation, the rayon has a positive growth rate and a growing population. Also, as with most of the region, the vast majority of the population are Marscurians.  With the majority of the population being Marscurians, the dominant religion in the rayon is Marscurian Judaism.  The largest minority groups in the Marscurian Rayon are Russians, Ukrainians, and Ashkenazi Jews.  There are several Orthodox churches and a buddhist temple within Marscury, although they are quite small and rarely visited.


Economy
The Marscury Rayon has a well developed economy, based around government, services, and tourism.  Being the Marscurian Republic's capital, the Marscurian government is the largest employer in the rayon. With all the high-paying jobs, the people of the Marscury Rayon have the highest personal income and the lowest levels of poverty and unemployment.

All the energy used in the rayon is produced elsewhere in the nation. The majority of the electricity used in the city comes from coal plants in the south and west, but substantial amounts come from the large wind farms in the west.


Healthcare
The Marscury General Hospital is the largest hospital in the nation, and the numerous clinics throughout the rayon give the people a high standard of living. Low pollution gives the people clean air, and respiratory ailments are low in the city. Extensive bicycle trails, and the large amount of walking around a condensed city center means that the people of the rayon are in good health overall. However, due to hearty diets and extensive alcohol consumption that are regularly seen in Marscurian culture, heart and liver disease are some of the leading health problems in the rayon.


Education
The Marscury Rayon is home to the University of Marscury, the largest university in the nation, and home to many of the technological discoveries in the nation. In testing scores, the students of the high schools in the Marscury Rayon have consistently scored highest in reading, science, and math.


Transportation
The Marscury Rayon has one of the best transportation networks in the nation. Marscury is where the Great North Road and Great South Road meet and head East. It is also the junction point of of the northern and southern rail networks. If any traffic wants to move between Obluchye, Telmana, and the south, it must first pass through the Marscury Rayon.

Air travel in the rayon is provided by Marscury International Airport, the largest airport in the region. The airport provides direct air travel to many cities, mainly throughout Asia and Europe.

The Bira River is very twisty, and is often too shallow to provide any sort of heavy commercial traffic, but pleasure craft regularly run the length of the river through the rayon.

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Grois Rayon

גרויס קונסטזייַד

Гpoиc Pайон

 

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Administrative Center: Obluchye
Largest City: Obluchye

Size Ranking: 1st
Population Ranking: 3rd

Duma Representatives:
Pavel Boruch (Communist Party)
Dmitri Libeskind (Communist Party)

Geology and Terrain
The Grois Rayon has a wide and varied landscape. The tallest peaks in the Marscurian Republic, the Kitaisk Mountains, are located in the Grois Rayon, and can stretch over 3,000 meters into the air. Steep peaks, expansive cave complexes, and smooth valleys can both be found in the rayon, leading to several unique environments.

The region contains many of large rivers of the Marscurian Republic. The Teich River runs along the southwestern part of the rayon, and forms a part of the border between Russia and the territory of the Meksikieti and Rodani barbarians. The Bira River, the largest river completely within the Marscurian Republic, also has its source and its entire West-East flow within the Grois Rayon. Hundreds of smaller rivers, either tributaries of the Teich or the Bira, also flow between the hills and mountains of the rayon.


Flora and Fauna
The Grois Rayon has some of the most varied plants and animals in the nation. The hills and mountains that make up the majority of the nation also contain a great amount of the forests. In the high hills, the forests are mainly coniferous trees, namely spruces, cedars, and firs, while the valleys contain a mix of coniferous and deciduous trees. In the forests, there exists a great deal of smaller bushes, ferns, and flowers, many of them medicinal or edible.

The forests are filled with a large variety of birds and mammals. Dozens of species of songbirds nest in the trees, while ducks and cranes wade in the many rivers and streams of the rayon. The region is unique due to it large amount of bats that live in the caves that dot the mountains. For ground mammals, the forests of the rayon are full of small to medium sized mammals such as martens, foxes, minks, wild boar.  The woods are also full of large mammals such as roe deer, musk deer, elk, and moose.  Around half of the nation's black bears also live in the mountains of the rayon, along with a majority of the packs of wolves found in the nation.

The rivers and streams are home to a wide variety of fish including carp, grayling, and pike in some of the smaller rivers, while the Teich is full of commercially exploitable species such as sturgeon, salmon, trout, and bream.

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A black bear found in the mixed forests of the rayon's lowland valleys


Climate
The Grois Rayon has the same climate as the rest of the region. Drawing from a temperate monsoon climate, the summers are warm and very rainy, with average high temperatures of around 20-30 degrees, and annual rainfall of around 500-800mm.  At higher elevations, temperatures are often much lower than in the valleys, rarely reaching 30 degrees.  The winters are very cold, with low temperatures commonly dropping far below zero. However, in the mountains, larger amounts of snow fall, effectively coating the landscape.


Parks and Protected Areas
A large amount of the southern portion of the Grois Rayon is in pristine environmental condition, and is protected by the Western National Park.


Demographics
Like the rest of the region, the Grois Rayon has a positive growth rate and a growing population. However, due to positive economic factors in the region, the growth rate is much larger than the rest of the country due to higher birth rates and more people moving to the region to work. The vast majority of the population is Marscurian, but the city of Obluchye has a substantial Russian and Ukrainian population.


Economy
The Grois Rayon has one of the most solid and flourishing economies in the entire nation. The greater economy of the rayon is based on three things: mining, manufacturing, and tourism. Mining is one of the most profitable ventures, with the hills of the rayon being abundant in tin, copper, silver, molybdenum,lead, zinc, arsenic, bismuth, and antimony. In the many rivers and streams of the rayon, specifically the Sutara River, dredging barges continuously pull up large amounts of gold. Large deposits of brucite, used as a flame retardant, are found in the rayon, and are estimated to be the second largest deposits in the world. Small deposits of brown and hard coal can be found in the rayon, but are much smaller than the deposits elsewhere in the nation.

The largest share of the Marscurian Republic's manufacturing is centered in the rayon, specifically Obluchye. The industries in the rayon are focused in mainly metal refining and smelting, construction of building material, fishing, sustainable forestry, collection of medicinal plants, honey production, heavy engineering, and defense.

Tourism is a thriving and growing industry in the rayon. The pristine environment encourages eco-tourism, and large amounts of nature trails are located throughout the forests and the national park. Smaller towns and villages have set up exquisite spas around the various hot springs and mineral baths that dot the landscape. In the winter, the hills and mountains of the filled with skiers, and lodges are frequently booked for the entire season. In the late summer and fall, hunting permits are handed out to hunters seeking the wild boar and deer that flourish in the woods.

 

As the base of manufacturing, the Grois Rayon is in need of high amounts of electricity, and is home to the largest number of power stations in the region.  Much of the electricity is produced via coal-fired plants, although extensive wind farms have been built around hills and canyons to take advantage of the region's geography.

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A large spa complex in the village of Kuldur


Healthcare
The Obluchye General Hospital is the second largest hospital in the region, and the numerous clinics in the larger towns give the people a high standard of living. Pollution from the industries in Obluchye have led to slightly higher amounts of asthma and bronchitis in the rayon than in the rest of the nation. Extensive trail and natural activities means that the people of the rayon are in good health overall. However, due to hearty diets and extensive alcohol consumption that are regularly seen in Marscurian culture, heart and liver disease are some of the leading health problems in the rayon.


Education
The Grois Rayon hosts large amounts of elementary and secondary schools. However, there are no post-secondary schools in the rayon, save technical schools at some of the industries in Obluchye. All students wishing to attend a university must leave the rayon for schools in other parts of the nation.


Transportation
The Grois Rayon is home to the Great North Road, leading from Obluchye to Marscury. It also hosts the Northern Transit and Entry Station and Eastern Transit and Entry Station, the official road and rail trade points between the Marscurian Republic and any Meksikieti barbarians civilized enough to trade through the mountains.

The Obluchye International Airport is strictly a cargo airport, taking flights from all over Eurasia.  Due to the lack of flat land surrounding the city, aircraft size is limited due to short runways.

Although there are several large rivers in the rayon, only the Teich hosts a significant amount of traffic. The boats on the river are limited to mostly private boats and ferries to smaller fishing villages along the banks. The Teich River Police also operate some small craft on the river that borders the rayon, stopping any smugglers that try to enter illegally.

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Meyrev Rayon

מייַרעוו קונסטזייַד

Маирэв Pайона


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Administrative Center: Teichzet
Largest City: Teichzet

Size Ranking: 2nd
Population Ranking: 5th

Duma Representatives:
Alexandr Schiermann (United Russia)
Mikhail Gershanovich (United Russia)

Geology and Terrain
The Meyrev Rayon has three main geographic regions. In the North, near the Grois Rayon, the terrain is very steep, as the foothills of the Kitaisk Mountains are located in the North. In the middle of the rayon, the land is very wet, with rivers and lake dotting the landscape and swamps forming in areas with poor drainage. In the Southern part of the rayon, the land forms a rich, flat plain that runs to the Teich River, which forms the Western and Southern borders of the Rayon.

Flora and Fauna
The Meyrev Rayon has varied plants and animals. The hills and mountains that make up the northern part of the rayon contain a great amount the forests. In the high hills, the forests are mainly coniferous trees, namely spruces, cedars, and firs, while the valleys contain a mix of coniferous and deciduous trees. In the forests, there exists a great deal of smaller bushes, ferns, and flowers, many of them medicinal or edible.

The forests are filled with a large variety of birds and mammals. Dozens of species of songbirds nest in the trees, while ducks and cranes wade in the many rivers, swamps, and streams of the rayon. For ground mammals, the forests of the rayon are full of small to medium sized mammals such as martens, foxes, minks, wild boar, and deer.  Wolves and lynx are two of the top predators in the forests of the rayon.  Around half of the nation's black bears also live in the mountains of the rayon.

In the south, large expanses of grasslands are filled with low grasses and flowering plants. Small rodents inhabit the grasses while birds of prey build their nests in the few trees of the area and feed on the mammals.

The rivers and streams are home to a wide variety of fish including carp, grayling, and pike in some of the smaller rivers, while the Teich is full of commercially exploitable species such as sturgeon, salmon, trout, and bream.

Climate
The Meyrev Rayon has the same climate as the rest of the nation. Drawing from a temperate monsoon climate, the summers are warm and very rainy, with average high temperatures of around 20-30 degrees, and annual rainfall of around 500-800mm. The winters are very cold, with low temperatures commonly dropping far below zero. However, in the mountains, larger amounts of snow fall, effectively coating the landscape.

Parks and Protected Areas
A large amount of the Northern portion of the Meyrev Rayon is in pristine environmental condition, and is protected by the Western National Park.

Demographics
Like the rest of the nation, the Meyrev Rayon has a positive growth rate and a growing population. Also, as with most of the nation, the vast majority of the population are Marscurians. With the majority of the population being Marscurians, the dominant religion in the rayon is Marscurian Judaism.  The largest minorities are Russians and Ukrainians.

Economy
The economy of the rayon is heavily based on agriculture. The southern grasslands both provide vast expanses for grazing animals, and are able to be plowed for the growing of crops ranging from turnips to corn. In the forests in the north, many medicinal plants are harvested, and bee keepers produce large amounts of honey from the flowers in the region. On the lakes and river, small amounts of fish are produced for sale in markets.

High-tech science also has established a presence at the Darem Point Spaceport, providing hundreds of high-tech jobs and providing a domestic launch point for satellites.  An astronaut training camp has also been established at Darem Point, although all manned launches are performed at other Russian spaceports.

Healthcare
The Amurzet General Hospital is the largest hospital in the Meyrev Rayon, and the numerous clinics in the larger towns give the people a high standard of living. The rayon has very low air pollution due to being a mostly agricultural economy, but some of the bodies of water are contaminated with moderate levels of fertilizer and chemicals. Extensive trail and natural activies means that the people of the rayon are in good health overall. However, due to hearty diets and extensive alcohol consumption that are regularly seen in Marscurian culture, heart and liver disease are some of the leading health problems in the rayon.

Education
The Meyrev Rayon hosts large amounts of elementary and secondary schools. However, there are no post-secondary schools in the rayon. All students wishing to attend a university must leave the rayon for schools in other parts of the nation.

Transportation
The Meyrev Rayon is home to the Great South Road, leading from Teichzet to Marscury.  Although there are several large rivers in the rayon, only the Teich hosts a significant amount of traffic. The boats on the river are limited to mostly private boats and ferries to smaller fishing villages along the banks. The ferry terminal in Teichzet is the first large ferry port on the river. The Teich River Police also operate some small craft on the river that borders the rayon, stopping any smugglers that try to enter illegally.  The large flatlands allowed for the construction of the Teichzet International Airport, servicing the southwestern areas of the nation.  Teichzet is also the western terminus of the Blue Line, a high-speed rail network, connecting the city to Leninskoye, Mietonka, and Marscury.

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A vehicle dock at the Amurzet Ferry Terminal

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Bidzhan Rayon

בידזשאַן קונסטזייַד

Биджан Pайона


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Administrative Center:Leninskoye
Largest City: Leninskoye

Size Ranking: 3rd
Population Ranking: 6th

Duma Representatives:
Dmitri Cherdenko (A Just Russia)
Vladimir Fravorsky (A Just Russia)

Geology and Terrain
Save for the small hills in the Northwest section of the rayon, the Bidzhan Rayon is mostly flat. The land is very wet in the Western and Southern sections of the rayon as the land is dotted with lakes, swamps, and large rivers, the most significant of these being the Bidzhan River. In the middle of the rayon, the land is flat, rich, and well drained to allow large amounts of agriculture. The Southern border of the rayon consists of the Teich River, which can be several thousand feet wide at several points.

Flora and Fauna
The Bidzhan Rayon has varied plants and animals. The large, flat plains that make up the Northern and Western part of the rayon contain a great amount the forests. In these forests, deciduous trees are the dominant species. In the forests, there exists a great deal of smaller bushes, ferns, and flowers, many of them medicinal or edible. Large central areas of the rayon consist of short grasslands that are largely used for grazing grounds.

The forests are filled with a large variety of birds and mammals. Dozens of species of songbirds nest in the trees, while ducks and cranes wade in the many rivers, swamps, and streams of the rayon.  The rayon is also home to the largest pheasant population in the country.  For ground mammals, the forests of the rayon are full of small to medium sized mammals such as martens, foxes, minks, wild boar, raccoon dogs, and deer.

In the central areas, large expanses of grasslands are filled with low grasses and flowering plants. Small rodents inhabit the grasses while birds of prey build their nests in the few trees of the area and feed on the mammals.

The rivers and streams are home to a wide variety of fish including carp, grayling, and pike in some of the smaller rivers, while the Teich is full of commercially exploitable species such as sturgeon, salmon, trout, and bream.

Climate
The Bidzhan Rayon has the same climate as the rest of the region. Drawing from a temperate monsoon climate, the summers are warm and very rainy, with average high temperatures of around 20-30 degrees, and annual rainfall of around 500-800mm. The winters are very cold, with low temperatures commonly dropping far below zero.

Parks and Protected Areas
A large amount of the Northwestern portion of the Bidzhan Rayon is in pristine environmental condition, and is protected by the Western National Park.  The Bidzhan Rayon is also home to the most Teich River islands of any rayon.  While not officially protected as a national part or wildlife refuge, the land is often unsuitable for development, and is left largely in pristine condition.  The islands are popular boating, hiking, and camping locales. 

Demographics
Like the rest of the nation, the Bidzhan Rayon has a positive growth rate and a growing population. Also, as with most of the nation, the vast majority of the population are Marscurians. With the majority of the population being Marscurians, the dominant religion in the rayon is Marscurian Judaism.  The Bidzhan Rayon is also one of the few places in the world where the Vauleyo-Buryatian culture still exists, with Vaueleyo-Buryatians forming the largest minority group in the rayon.  Several Vaulian Orthodox churches exist in the rayon, largely in the capital of Leninskoye.

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A Vaulian Orthodox church in a village outside Leninskoye.

Economy
The majority of the Bizhan economy consists of agriculture. The large fields grow many of the smaller crops in the Marscurian Republic, such as carrots, potatoes, and melons. As the Marscurians turn more to these additional crops for variety, many of these farmers have become quite wealthy. While many cattle are fed on the large grasslands of the rayon, pigs are also raised here for feeding the Vauleyo-Buryatians who do not follow kosher laws.

Although it is not readily admitted, smugglers bring large amounts of income into the city of Leninskoye. Many faux-luxury goods are imported by Vauleyo-Buryatian gangs, despite the best attempts of the Teich River Police to halt the practice, going so far as to set up a major base in Leninskoye.

Healthcare
The Bidzhan Rayon has the poorest health in the whole region. With only a small hospital in Leninskoye and small clinics in town, the healthcare system is quickly becoming burdened.  With the large amount of fertilizer and animal waste, local water sources are often polluted with parasites and high nitrate levels, leading many of the wealthier residents to import their water from cleaner parts of the nation.  Attempts have been made to replace the often Soviet-era infrastructure in the region, but results are slow to manifest.

Education
The Bidzhan Rayon hosts large amounts of elementary and secondary schools.  However, like much of the southwestern parts of the region, there are no post-secondary schools, requiring pupils to travel elsewhere for a university education.

Transportation
The Bidzhan Rayon is home to the Great South Road, leading from Teichzet to Marscury and running through the rayon capital of Leninskoye. Although there are several large rivers in the rayon, only the Teich hosts a significant amount of traffic.  Barges and ferries are more commonplace at this point in the river's course, carrying wood, coal, ore, and other trade goods.  The Teich River Police also operates many medium boats on the river that borders the rayon, attempting to stop any smugglers that try to enter illegally.

Leninskoye is home to a train station along the Blue Route rail line, connecting the city to Teichzet, Mietonka, and Marscury.  Several of the medium-sized towns along the river have train stations that ferry commuters to Leninskoye and several of the larger cities outside the rayon.

 

Leninskoye is also home to much of the legal cross-river trade with the Vernewi barbarians on the south bank of the Teich River.  During the summer, most trade is conducted by boat, while in the winter months, an ice road across the Teich River allows people and vehicles to freely pass.  Plans are currently in place to build a permanent bridge across the river north of Leninskoye to better facilitate trade.

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Bira Rayon

ביראַ קונסטזייַד

Бира Pайона

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Administrative Center: Mietonka
Largest City: Mietonka

Size Ranking: 5th
Population Ranking: 1th

Duma Representatives:
Mendel Solomon (A Just Russia)
Iosif Liebmann (A Just Russia)

Geology and Terrain
The majority of the Bira Rayon is flat, with small hills occurring mainly in the far western regions of the rayon. The land is very fertile, and is well drained, lacking the swamps and streams that cover many of the other rayons. There are two main rivers in the rayon. The Bira River, the namesake for the rayon, enters the rayon in the northwest corner, and runs south through the rayon. The Teich River runs along the southern edge of the rayon, and forms the southern border.

Flora and Fauna
While there are some forests in the rayon, they are mainly limited to the hills in the western areas. These are mainly deciduous forests, and are home to many songbirds and small mammals, such as foxes, rabbits and minks.  In the hills, larger animals such as roe deer and even elk can be found in considerable numbers.

The Bira River is home to a wide variety of fish including carp, grayling, and pike, while the Teich is full of commercially exploitable species such as sturgeon, salmon, trout, and bream.

The Bira rayon was home to a much wider variety of wildife, but the rayon is one of the most developed rayons in the nation. Most of the native forests and grasslands have been removed to make room for expanding agriculture, grazing, and cities.

Climate
The Bira Rayon has the same climate as the rest of the nation. Drawing from a temperate monsoon climate, the summers are warm and very rainy, with average high temperatures of around 20-30 degrees, and annual rainfall of around 500-800mm. The winters are very cold, with low temperatures commonly dropping far below zero.

Parks and Protected Areas
The Bira Rayon is home to two national parks. The far western parts of the rayon are included in the Western National Park.  Like the Bidzhan Rayon, the Bira Rayon is home to a large number of pristine islands in the Teich River, although the are formally protected in the Teich Islands Wildness Reserve.

Demographics
The Bira Rayon has a population concentrated largely along the Bira River.  The major population centers are the southern suburbs of Marscury in the northern part of the rayon, and the metropolis of Mietonka in the southern part of the rayon along the Teich River.  The Bira River is lined with towns of varying sizes.  The population for the rayon is growing rapidly due to the favorable economic conditions, leading to increased birthrates and relocation from other parts of the nation. As with most of the nation, the vast majority of the population are Marscurians, with very few immigrants or minorities. With the majority of the population being Marscurians, the dominant religion in the rayon is Marscurian Judaism.  The largest minorities in the region are Russians and Ukrainians.

Economy
The economy of the Bira Region is strong and varied.  Away from the Teich and Bira Rivers, most of the population is engaged in large-scale commercial farming.  The region's drier soil makes it well suited for many of the crops that cannot be grown in the wet soils found further to the east and west. Turnips, potatoes, beets, sugar beets, buckwheat, and corn are the major crops produced in the rayon. Although there are no large grazing regions, chickens and turkeys are grown in the Bira Rayon in large industrial farms.

 

The city of Mietonka is the commercial hub of the nation.  The city is home to the headquarters of many of the largest corporations, along with the Mietonka Stock Exchange, the official stock market of Pasirung.  

Healthcare
Mietonka General Hospital is the second largest in the nation, and many people in the northern part of the rayon are also withing serviceable range of Marscury General Hospital.  The numerous clinics throughout the rayon give the people a high standard of living. As with many places with high standards of living, obesity is beginning to become a real problem in the rayon, leading to large public service programs advocating proper diet and exercise.  The life expectancy in the rayon is slightly higher than the rest of the nation, averaging are 82 years for women and 80 years for men.

Education
The University of Mietonka, located in the city of Mietonka, is the second largest university in the nation.  The rayon has top-rate elementary and secondary education, often placing only behind Marscury in terms of test scores and graduation rates.

Transportation
The Bira Rayon easily has the most extensive transportation network in the nation. As the rayon completely surrounds the Marscury Rayon, all traffic must pass through the Bira Rayon to reach the capital. The Great North, Great East, and Great South roads all pass through the Bira Rayon towards the capital, with the Great South Road leading through the city of Mietonka. The rayon also has extensive rail networks, with the Blue, Orange, and Green routes all passing through the rayon.  The Blue Route is especially important, connecting the city of Mietonka to the capital of Marscury, along with Leninskoye and Teichzet.  Mietonka Municipal Airport is the largest non-international airport in the region, largely due to the proximity of the city to Marscury International Airport.  Mietonka also has a large ferry terminal on the Teich River, and the lower reaches of the Bira River are accessible to smaller vessels and barges.

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Mizrekdik Rayon

מיזרעכדיק קונסטזייַד

Мизрекдик Pайона

 

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Administrative Center: Telmana
Largest City: Telmana

Size Ranking: 3rd
Population Ranking: 4th

Duma Representatives:
Boris Rouzcheloveksky (Communist Party)
Vladislav Zelotogorov (Communist Party)

Geology and Terrain
The Mizrekdik Rayon is the flattest of the rayons, sitting entirely in the Teich Valley and lacking any significant hills or mountains.  Additionally, the land is some of the most saturated, with swamps and bogs covering large percentages of the rayon.  In addition to the swamps, numerous lakes and small rivers cross the rayon.  The main rivers for the rayon are the Tunguska River which forms the majority of the northern border, and the Teich River which forms the southern border of the rayon.  The eastern edge of the rayon lies on the Pacific Ocean.  The eastern part of the nation also contains the Teich River delta, with several large islands.

 

Flora and Fauna
Due to the heavy saturation of the Mizrekdik Rayon soil, most of the land is unsuitable for human use, and that gives the rayon a wide variety of natural variety.  The land is wet and low enough to allow for the growth of deciduous forests rather than the coniferous forests that are found throughout the rest of the nation.  In addition to songbirds, large amounts of water fowl and wading birds such as storks.  In the far western areas of the rayon large flocks of pheasants make their home, and are often subject to seasonal hunts.  The far eastern part of the rayon hosts a large variety of seabirds, and dolphins and whales can often be seen off the coast.

 

The forests of the Mizrekdik Rayon also house a wide variety of mammals.  In the western areas of the rayon, packs of raccoon dogs east the eggs and young pheasants that live among them.  Otters can be found along the banks of the Teich River.  In the northern and eastern parts of the rayon, rabbits and foxes can be found in the forests.  In the northwestern parts of the rayon, roe deer and moose can be found in the forests and wading in the swamps.  On occasion, there are reports of Pasirung tigers forming ranges in the remote center of the rayon.  The rivers and lakes of the Mizrekdik rayon are home to a wide variety of fish including carp, grayling, and pike, while the Teich is full of commercially exploitable species such as sturgeon, salmon, trout, and bream.  The far eastern part of the rayon gives way to a more maritime environment, with brackish marshes and large plains of sea grass.

Climate
Due to its proximity to the ocean, the rayon has a varied climate.  In the western areas of the rayon, the climate is similar to the rest of the nation, with wide variations between summer and winter temperatures, and rainfall averaging between 500-800mm.  Closer to the ocean, the weather is much more uniform, with cooler summers than the rest of the region, and more mild winters.  Rainfall is also slightly higher in coastal areas than areas further inland.  

 

Due to the extensive Teich River basin, spring floods are a common occurrence in the rayon, and can often be severe.

Parks and Protected Areas
Most of the Mizrekdik Rayon is home to the Eastern Game Reserve.  While development is forbidden in the reserve, small amounts of hunting and fishing are permitted with proper licenses.

Demographics
The Mizrekdik Rayon is one of the least densely populated rayons in the natregionon.  Due to the swamps and dense wilderness, the vast majority of the population of the rayon live in the Telmana-Priamursky-Nikolaevsk metropolitan area.  The only other significant settlement in the rayon is the town of Smidovich located on a small plateau in the middle of the rayon.  Due to limited economic activities and the isolation from other parts of the country, many cities in the rayon have stagnated in population growth.  The vast majority of the population of the rayon are Marscurians, but the rayon's location on the borders of Tianxia has led to an influx of foreign nationals, mainly to conduct trade.  Marscurian Judaism is the dominant religion of the rayon, but the city of Telmana has a small orthodox church and mosque to facilitate any foreign crews who may enter via the city's port.

 

Economy
The economy of the Mizrekdik Rayon is largely tied to the rivers that surround the rayon.  Fishermen constantly trawl the Tunguska and Amur Rivers hoping to land large fish like sturgeon to export.  Although often frowned upon, otter and raccoon dogs are trapped for their fur.  Telmana is the main shipbuilding center for the nation, building cargo ships, barges, and warships for use on rivers throughout the world.  Additionally, Telmana is the sole international port in Marscurian Siberia proper, handling mainly exports of lumber and bulk cargo.

 

Agriculture in the Mizrekdik Rayon is very limited due to the saturation and high acidity of the soils in the rayon.  Only plants that can survive in the wet soils are grown, with the major crops of the rayon being melons and cranberries.  The dense forests mean that there is very little space for grazing animals.  Hazel trees are very common in the forests of the rayon, but any hazelnut industry is still in its infancy.

 

Ecotourism including hiking, camping, and river trips are beginning to gain in popularity in the rayon during the summer months.

Healthcare
There is no major hospital in the Mizrekdik Rayon.  A small hospital is present in Nikolaevsk, but all serious injuries will require airlifts to hospitals either in Marscury or Obluchye.  

 

Education
As with the rest of the nation, the Mizrekdik Rayon has an expansive network of pre-secondary schools including elementary, junior high, and senior high schools. The rayon is also home to the Marscurian Siberian Military Institute, the university where future officers in the Marscurian Siberian army, navy, and air force receive an education along with training in military leadership.  Telmana hosts Amur State University, a major university, often paired with the military institute for classes and facility sharing.

Transportation
The Mizrekdik Rayon has an impressive transportation network.  The Great East Road runs right through the center of the region, from Marscury through Smidovich, and terminating at Telmana.  A major rail line runs throught the rayon and connects the cities to the rest of the rayon.  The Capital Express orange line terminates at Telmana, and offers daily high speed rail travel between Telmana and Marscury.  There are no airports in the rayon, requiring all air travel to depart from Marscury or Mietonka.  Telmana is home to the only port within Marscurian Siberia capable of handling major international operations. The cities of Telmana and Priamursky also contain large ferry terminals to connect themselves to other major cities situated on the Amur River. 

 

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The Khabarovsk Bridge carries both road and rail traffic between Telmana and Khabarovsk in Tianxia.  It is one of the two crossings over the Amur River between Marscurian Siberia and Tianxia.

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Terrestria Rayon

טערעסטריאַ קונסטזייַד

Τеррестрия Района

 

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Administrative Center: Stonegate

Largest City: Stonegate

 

Size Ranking: 7th

Population Ranking: 7th

 

Duma Representatives:

Elder Tideseeker
Elder Earthstride

 

Geology and Terrain

The frozen wastes of the Terrestria Rayon are one of the least hospitable places on Earth.  Covered almost entirely by ice, save for some rocky outcrops on which settlements are built, the island is almost featureless.

 

Flora and Fauna

There is a complete lack of plant life in the Terrestria Rayon, being far below the Antarctic Circle.  The island is occasionally visited by seals and penguins, and the surrounding waters are filled with fish and whales.

 

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A baby Ross Seal, one of the four species that visit the rayon

 

Climate

The Terrestria Rayon sits well into the polar regions, with temperatures almost permanently below freezing.  During the summer months, the sun never truly sets, while the sea warms up enough to access the open ocean.  During the winter months, weeks can progress with the sun never in full view and temperatures stay well below zero.  While snowfall is quite low, the fact that it seldom melts means the island is covered in ice.

 

Parks and Protected Areas

The inhospitable nature of the island, and naturalistic beliefs of the populace means that lands outside the major settlements are virtually untouched.

 

Demographics

The Terrestria Rayon has the lowest population of any rayon, with only 2,000 residents all centered in the city of Stonegate.  The population of the rayon is completely comprised of Terrestrians, almost all of whom follow Terrestrian Druidism.  The population is stable, with almost no immigrants or emigrants, and with birthrates matching death rates.  

 

Economy

The economy of the Terrestria Rayon is almost completely internal, relying on almost no exports and very few imports, largely brought in by sea or air during the summer months.  Food production is the largest employer on the island, with many of the men being hunters, fishers, or growing vegetables in the few greenhouses on the island.  Other professions include basic survival necessities such as healers, blacksmiths, and seamstresses.  Additionally, 200 people are employed as a police force/civil patrol to maintain order.

 

Healthcare

Healthcare in the Terrestria Rayon is severely limited, lacking a hospital or even a modern clinic.  Sicknesses and injuries are often treated via traditional healers, applying a mix of ritualistic and modern medicines.  

 

Education

Education standards in the Terrestria Rayon are quite lax compared to the rest of the nation.  Higher education has never been important to the Terrestrians, with most professional development happening through apprenticeships.  The government has imposed standards on all schoolchildren requiring them to be literate in the rayon's official language, English, and to know basic math.  Much of this is done through home schooling or basic classes offed by communal teachers.

 

Transportation

Due to the remoteness of the rayon, fuel is not imported, leading to a car-free society.  The population centers are condensed enough to allow residents to walk everywhere, even in the dead of winter.  A small snow airstrip allows for some transport using specialized aircraft, and during the summer months, the ice is low enough to allow small ships to approach Stonegate to offload cargo.

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