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More information about the Hukbo (Filipino army)

Hukbo society and civil doctrine

Created in 2049 by the high command and the Hukbo electoral commission, a statistical body that represents the overall opinion of Hukbo personnel about issues pertaining to the Hukbo's esprit de corps and overall harmony between members. It was mostly created under the guide of the Hukbo's chief of staff at the time, Heneral Domer Eluide who ran the Hukbo under the banner "strong military, strong society" which was a thinly veiled movement to restore the sanctity of the parliament to which the executive faction of the country was now largely overriding. Eluide had designated a new moral doctrine that can help "strengthen harmony" amongst the "heterogenous" Hukbo which was multiracial and multicultural in nature. However critics say that the Hukbo isn't multicultural at all but rather a multiethnic armed force that pledges allegiance to only one way of life, that which is espoused by the bayan, therefore, those who actively express allegiances to a culture that is contrary to what the Hukbo sees as ideal for a cohesive force is barred from entry.

  • Respect despite difference in religion (although this covers only the protection of freedom of affiliation, it does not protect freedom of expression and proselitization of faith), sexuality, gender, cultural affiliation, ideology and the like.

  • Fight to only one flag, to the flag of the bayan and its allies, such an allegiance is not negotiable. (Soldiers found guilty of violating this code face severe penalties ranging from expulsion to death penalty as a result of treason)

  • Loyalty is not to any administration or political faction, but rather to the will of the people and the flag that represents them (This explains why the Hukbo is seemingly more loyal to the parliament, the lower house, the congress [which is dominated by the opposition] than to the party).

  • Respect to superiors within the military chain of command and the commands superior to the military as defined by the will of the people the Hukbo is designated to protect by order of the constitution.

  • Intolerance to any violations of this code.



2048 "trooper" design, Used by the Aklan-KK -


The late 2045 infantry design and their gear
(Their helmets are called "Kupyas")


The old American purchased uniform that was put out of use during 2045



Fun fact: Since 2041, ROTC NSTP in the bayan is mandatory.

The rise of the Hukbo

By the beginning of Terten's administration, the Philippine army had been in a pitiful condition. The army was under-equipped, and was only able to perform counter insurgency operations with no ability to deter any foreign invasion, in order to fix this, he encouraged conscription of the able Filipino population which eventually increased the Hukbo's (army) numbers into 1 million by 2045 but still there was a problem, there was not enough weapons to go around and the available mechanized forces still do not offer enough protection to withstand a foreign incursion, especially from China. Determined to make his country immune to foreign incursion and afraid that the Filipinos might again experience the horrors of a defeat by a foreign power, Terten eventually took advantage of the result of his industrialization and economic modernization which was the continuous inflow of cash to the country to modernize his army. He then hired several trainers from foreign nations, most notably from Israel and the United states (by invoking the mutual defense agreement with the superpower) in order to make his army a decent one that is vigilant and ready to fight. He then began purchasing and upgrading from the foreign powers. By the late 2045, he sacrificed funding social welfare programs for the sake of the modernization of his forces and used his personal influence on several private companies like the Dangan corporation (whose owner was willingly nationalistic) to fund his armament campaign and the latter company volunteered to be mass producing the small arms and military supplies (because the Dangan company, who saw the potential of the Philippines' vast natural resource reserves as good for supply industries) in exchange for foreign weapons. The new 2045 economic policies then turned the Dangan corporation into a dummy company under the Asigna regime giving Terten full control over the corporation and his campaign of sending the unemployed into the supply industry nearly caused full employment by the year 2046. Time and time passed and as the inventory of the newly established the Hukbo began to increase, the need for the supply industries was decreased to Terten's confidence that his army was already enough to encourage national pride and to defend its own homeland.

The navy also was a problem. By the end of the Sino-Philippine war, the navy was entirely annihilated in a single campaign to retake the invaded Spratlys islands and in the attempt to repel the naval armada heading for the province Cagayan. Because Terten also considered unemployment to be a big problem at the time he decided to solve both the problem of his navy and that of unemployment by sending the unemployed to a short education campaign to teach them how to become skilled workers (the entire campaign to educate the Filipino masses to become skilled laborers was so expensive it utilized deficit spending). Shipyards were built in Visayas by early 2046 and by mid 2046, the Philippines, with the help of western foreign powers, was already building its own navy and the navy building business had gradually contributed along with the running manufacturing industries at the time at lowering unemployment massively in the country. The start of Sunogabi however had caused the UN security council to pass sanctions against the Philippines ultimately cutting off any military aid to the country but by then, the Filipino ability to build its own warships had been secured and new suppliers for arms had been found in the sphere of the Axis of resistance which is in Iran and several powers in the middle east, Japan and even inside ASEAN most notably Indonesia.

Because the Hukbo had bought an insane amount of equipment despite the Philippines' small size, much of these equipment remain reserves and only a fraction of it becomes active in a particular point in time but as Asigna Filipino territorial control grows, then so does the need and ability to keep a larger amount of active forces. By late 2047, the policy for mandatory military service had been removed resulting in a deep decline of the rate of enlistment annually.

Asigna Philippines from the late 2047 began participating in foreign military conflicts to further train and hone its ability to fight and wage war in preparation for something even bigger. The assets gained during the stockpiling of money during the 5 year revolution secured the ability of the Asigna regime to stick researching and innovating for their own weapons which would all be completed by the year 2050.



Holy week awareness chart

also known as the Defense Awareness Vigilance Indication and Deliberation (DAVID)

Maundy Monday - Normal, Kalihiman (intelligence) resources kept at minimal, internal intelligence left to the secret police, almost no outside awareness
Holy Tuesday - Outside awareness minimal
Ash Wednesday - Outside awareness substantial
Holy Thursday - Outside awareness substantial, defensive forces in patrol
Good Friday - War is imminent though not on extreme levels were it is inevitable, Outside awareness substantial, defensive forces in patrol
Black Saturday - Outside awareness full, Offensive forces readied, though not deployed
Easter Sunday - TOTAL WAR, all nuclear forces and defensive forces ready for combat, intelligence resources working non stop, patrol level heavy, offensive forces ready to strike and had been already deployed, Maximum readiness


The Hukbo honor code

""We, the cadets of the bayan, do not lie, cheat, steal, nor tolerate among us those who do so.
Futhermore, we resolve to live honorably, to fight honorably and to fulfill my duty as a soldier for as long as i serve."

A Cadet does not lie. He always tells the truth regardless of the consequences. He does not quibble or make evasive statements. A cadet does not cheat. He does not defraud others nor does he take undue advantage of them. Whatever credit he earns in any cadet activity is wholly his own. A cadet does not steal. He does not take the personal property of another without the latters consent. He does not keep for himself anything that he finds which does not belong to him. A cadet does not do any of these things and he does not tolerate any violations of the Code. He is bound to report any breach of the code that comes to his attention. He does not countenance by inaction any honor violation; if he were to, he becomes a party to such violation and he himself is as guilty as the original violator. The Honor System transcends all ranks and class barriers. No cadet, regardless of his rank and class is above the System. No violator of the Code is granted immunity. No cadet who violates the Code can redeem himself from the violation he commits.

The spirit of the Honor System is based on two basic questions:

Do I intend to deceive?
Do I intend to take undue advantage?

If a cadet can answer "No" to both questions, he is not guilty of any honor violation. Once caught or reported for an honor violation, the cadet is investigated by the Honor Committee composed of cadets. There are twenty-five members; one representative from the first, second, third, and fourth classes in each of the eight companies. The first and second class representatives are the voting members, while the thirdclass are the recorders. If an honor case is to be formalized, the Honor Court composed of eight voting members and two recorders conduct a formal hearing. A unanimous vote of "Guilty" is needed to convict a cadet of an honor violation. If found guilty, the cadet is asked to resign for the good of the service. The proceedings of an Honor Committee is a privilege communication and known only to the committee and the Superintendent.

A cadet remains loyal to the army and will never help the enemy. Such an action that contradicts this statement is treason and is punishable by death. If a soldier deserts/runs away from his duty he is displaying cowardice and will be expelled from the army. A soldier of the Hukbo will fulfill the given task or he is not worthy of being a fighter for the fatherland.



*The Guardian system

The guardian system is a series of supercomputers that technically control communications between the Hukbo, the infrastructure as well as the deployment of the lipolaklan system. It's purpose is to aid in all endeavors involving EM matters having connections to the bayan's own and allied radar platforms.

Built immediately after the Lebanon war originally as the anti DDOS system of the Punch social networking site, its purpose was heavily expanded after it was volunteered by Punch administrators and operators to become the main computing system for the Hukbo. Under the Timente regime, $10 billion of funds was poured into the development of this supercomputer network which was to extend its computing and communicating power to the entire world. It is responsible for decrypting and encrypting secret messages which usually come in the form of PASA and PAAS codes (the most widely used secret coding system throughout secret bayan communications) though they could also interchange to PAAM/PAMA and PAAD/PADA when the situation calls for it and also repeatedly changing the way communications is being encrypted by converting them into naturally unintelligible radio waves every single half an hour on every unit. It is also the system that is responsible for regularly changing standard signal modulations per unit as large as entire battalions every 30 minutes (although this could be changed voluntarily to a much shorter time frame in case of enemy jamming). Such a technique to maintain the composure of the communication systems is done even at peace time making the guardian system consume a lot of energy than the entire Metro Manila power grid. This frequency change is done through many different preset time tables involving radio communications of sorts, transporting PAAS, PASA codes and even Gama ray short bursts if all else fails. It is also used as a large scale calculator for things like accurate artillery targeting to specific given GPS coordinates and radio triangulation.

The system also has the ability to accurate time emission pulses of different platforms under its helm in order to be able to fool enemy platforms into accurately "seeing" targets complete with the accurate radar cross sections of targets the GS attempts to imitate with high amplitude power hence ensuring its deception action is hard to ignore, which, if its trajectory and location is identified by allied frequencies. Depending on the platforms involved in an operation, it can cover up to a to 500 enemy platforms in a single run.

Aside from the purposes of communication and weapons systems control, it is also responsible for automatically implanting a cleverly hidden software which downloads itself (whilst cleverly disguising itself as security updates or many other cleverly hidden and perfectly timed excuses which the user could never deny) unto computers or devices accessing the system to erase peer to peer programs making DDOS or flood data attacks hard to execute as the computer of the victims themselves would also be propagating the same program to the other networks it has accessed itself. Aside from that, it automatically creates immediate modifications in the options of the system configurations of the server which allows the user to download secret files from selected Guardian system servers without the need for their consent allowing the system to perfectly invade the victim's device and even insert remote control trojans (with the same design as the Darkcomet) which allow the system operators to control the target's device or surveil them through their selfie cams or laptop cameras.

For safety purposes, the guardian system is not a singular closed circuit system rather, a series of different independent computer systems connected only by different yet interconnected web of control panels scattered all over the bayan, these uplinks could immediately be shut down once they are under attack by hackers or viruses which may bring greater damage to the system. It has uplinks with Brytsic, allied and bayan satellites further intensifying its access power throughout the globe though this information has not been publicly confirmed nor denied. It operates the defense system called "Shield 1" which is a complex network of high powered phased array systems and other platforms all over the bayan.

(SIC) Main GS control platforms/computers are located here, all bases are currently active

The Guardian system operators is theoretically part of the Kalihiman but are answerable only to the punong. As of 2049, they now answer to the Hukbo High command as well.

Little is known as to how the guardian system is being powered although secretly it is actually being powered by stray sources of energy such as nuclear power plants, geothermal sources, tidal sources and solar sources scattered all around the country. It is said by Timente himself that in order to annihilate the guardian system, one has to either hire a billion hackers in order to generate quadrillions of DOS attackers all at once to take down the system through overloading it with excess data (which is impossible) within the time frame of 10 seconds (as such systems tend to be deleted by the imposed security measures of infected client computers around the world), by literally destroying the entire bayan power grid through an all out bath of nuclear fire or by dismantling every Shadrax and Cherry Mobile devices in the world which equally computes, sends messages, or contributes to the anti DOS systems around the world. Timente has described the Guardian system to be the "real skynet" as the system is being improved every single time. There is now an ongoing project to make the system self improving in terms of algorithms hence improving its accuracy and making its logic practically infallible in performing its tasks.

The system is currently being upgraded to include a database of every single passport owner in the whole world to control the flow of people coming to and fro from the bayan and to fish out spies.

Every unit by the Hukbo is mandated to have a password protected guardian system equipment with them and only the members of the unit could know the password of the GS equipments, usually voice activated or keyboard. A complicated set of protocol has to be executed once the GS has been compromised by the enemy.


The red diamonds


The insignia of the Red diamonds 2045

The Red Diamonds is the national aerobatic team of the Fuiekwas based at Basa Air Base, in Floridablanca, Pampanga. They perform in airshows in different occasions especially during mass rallies held by the Asigna party.

The team was originally formed in 1953 as the "LinkBlue diamonds" by First Lieutenant Jose Gonzalez and his air group. It first used P-51D Mustangs before jet aircraft were acquired. As the Air Force grew in popularity and strength, so did the team. The move into the jet age started in 1959, when the F-86D Sabre was acquired by the air force during its modernization. Lieutenant Lino C. Abadia was the commander at the time. It performed in the country every Aviation Week. Smoke was introduced in 1958; in 1959, the team performed with the Republic of China Air Force on and the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds on August 1.

In 1963, in response to the United Nations request for the Philippines to contribute to a peacekeeping mission in the Congo by deploying a squadron of fighter pilots and support personnel, The Philippine Air Force created the "LIMBAS" 9th Tactical Fighter Squadron. Pilots from the 6th TFS and 7th TFS were reassigned to form the core of this elite Fighter squadron and as a result, the Blue Diamonds were not able to perform that year.

The team first used the F-5 Freedom Fighter in 1968.

In the 1970s, crisis came to the Philippines. But in 1971, the sister team of the Blue Diamonds, the Red Aces was formed. In 1976, the team was disbanded because of the problems that came about.[clarification needed] In 1986, it was reformed, when military problems were eased. In 2005, when the Air Force phased out their F-5s, the team was temporarily disbanded and the team was non existent for a long time because of the financial problems of the Philippines.

It was only during 2045 that when the newly established Fuiekwas, the reformed Philippine airforce acquired aircraft that Terten had the idea of reviving the blue diamonds but since he decided to rule blue as the team's color because for him, blue symbolized "incompetence of the former regimes" and decided to choose red instead as the color of the team, the Red diamonds was born. The team trained themselves in the United states shortly before being totally deprived of training after sanctions from Sunogabi, but by then, they had gathered substantial flight knowledge enough for the team to perform their own maneuvers and formulate their own moves.

In the 20X0s, the Red Diamonds flew on F-16s and on Corsaire aircraft that was purchased by Asigna Philippines from other foreign states. Today, the Red Diamonds fly on AP-9 Ultras.



Military formations of the Hukbo

Kor ("Corps")(20,000–45,000)(Lead by Letnan Heneral)

Dibisyon ("Division")(15,000 exactly)(lead by Mayor Heneral)

Brigad ("Brigade')(4,000-6,000 at most)(Lead by Kolonel)

Batalyones ("battalion")(400-1,500)(Lead by Letnan Kolonel)

Kampanya ("Company")(Around 200)(Lead by Kapitan - not applicable to the MH unit)

Platon ("Platoon")(30-200)(Lead by Platoon leader)

Squad (Below 30)(Lead by squad punong)

Aerial battalion (5 planes of every kind, 20 planes at most)

Himpaplota (10 planes of every kind, 50 planes at most)

Tanke dibisyon (20 tanks of differing kinds, 230 IFVs and 4 surveillance choppers)

More elaborate organization of the Hukbo

Hukbo kor: (army corps) 46577 (4854 officers)

- Punong Admin: 75 (5 officers)
- Admin: 1370 (270 officers)
- Special Operations Company: 130
- Communications Battalion: 320
- Engineer Battalion (440)
- 1st Infantry Division
- 2nd Infantry Division
- 3rd Infantry Division
- Artillery regiment: 1370
- AA regiment: 750
- Recon battalion: 405
- CBRN defence battalion: 305
- Technical squad: 1,500 (Bridge regiment)

Main infantry weapons:
BA1 "Barilaklan" Handgun: Standard issue
BA2 "Barilaklan" Assault rifle: Standard issue
MB-1 "Makina Baril" SMG: Standard issue
LY1002 ‘Hellsbreath’ grenades: 120,000
GR-88 grenadier rifles: 6,000
TDRL (Tank destroying Rocket launchers): 1 million

107mm Mortar: Self produced
M29 mortar: Self produced
M75 mortar: Self produced
M114 mortar: Self produced

Field Regiment: 2379
- Admin kampanya: 112
- 1st Infantry Battalion: 476
- 2nd Infantry Battalion: 476
- 3rd Infantry Battalion: 476
- 4th 120 mm Mortar Battalion: 206
- 5th Anti Air battalion: 282
- 1st MRLS battery: 75
- 2nd Anti Tank battery: 78
- 3rd Engineer company: 76
- 4th Signals & Communications company: 65
- 1st CBRN defence platoon: 26
- 2nd Reccon platoon: 31

Infantry Division: 13,304
-Admin: 400 (250 officers)
-Auxiliary batalyon: 1,820 (400 officers)
-1st Field brigad
-2nd Field brigad

Field Brigad (Total strength: 5,542) (Kolonel)

-Punong Admin (190 total strength) (90 officers)
-Logistics (500 total strength)
-1st Reconnaisance platoon
-2nd Reconnaisance platoon
-1st scout batalyon
-2nd scout batalyon
-1st artillery platoon
-2nd artillery platoon
-1st SnC platoon
-1st Anti air Kampanya

-Scout batalyon (Total strength: 1,684)
-Admin (300) (110 officers, 1 Commando vehicle)
-1st Kampanya
-2nd Kampanya
-3rd Kampanya
-4th Kampanya
-5th Kampanya
-1st special action platoon
-2nd special action platoon
-Field medic

-Kampanya (201)
-20 MBTs (Look at equipment roster to check the current MBT)
- Admin (40, 30 officers)
- 1st Infantry platoon: 40
- 2nd Infantry platoon: 40
- 1st Antitank Company

-Special action platoon: 37
Admin: 1
- 1st Infantry Squad: 12
- 2nd Infantry Squad: 12
- 3rd Demo squad: 12

-Reconnaissance platoon: 200
-Admin: 39 (20 officers) (10 communications personnel)
-1st Anti tank company
-1st Marine Corps Recon platoon (40)
-2nd Aklan-KK Pagsusubok at seguridad platoon (40), 20 weapons locating radar personnel, 2 LinkAN/TPQ-37 Firefinder radar
-Antitank Company: 81
- HQ: 24
- 1st ATGM Platoon: 19
- 2nd ATGM Platoon: 19
- 3rd ATGM Platoon: 19

-Field medic: 500
-Admin: 90
-General Med: 150
-Operations: 150
-Med supply provision (MSP): 60
-Transfer co: 50

-Artillery platoon: 281
-1st Antitank company
-2nd artillery squad (30 with at a maximum of 20 artillery equipment)
-3rd artillery squad (30)
-4th artillery squad (30)
-5th artillery squad (30)

-SnC platoon: 281
- Admin: 74
- MSRG & COMM Company: 59
- Wire Company: 50
- Radio Company: 50
- Special holographics: 36
- Versatile repairs: 30

-Anti air Kampanya: 281
-Admin: 38
- 1st LinkMRADS Battery: 81 (10 MRADS)
- 2nd Su-400 Battery: 81 (8 LY7/4072 Cockatrice Multiple Rocket System)
- 3rd MANPAD battery: 81 (40 manpad armed) and 4 x Su-400 and 5 x Su-300 as well as 30 x SPAAGs
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Ranks of the Hukbo (army)

US army ranks | Hukbo ranks
Note: Another declaration by the chief of staff decided to rename several ranks as of August 5, 2048 to further "Filipinize" them completely.

General of the army|Heneral ng Hukbo ()

General|Heneral ()

Lieutenant General|Letnan Heneral ()

Major General|Magat Heneral ()

Brigradier Heneral|Briged Heneral ()

Colonel|Kolonel

Lieutenant Colonel|Tiniente Kolonel

Major|Timawa

Captain|Magat

First Lieutenant|Kamagat

Second Lieutenant|Pulimagat

Sergeant Major|Himagat

Master Sergeant|Punong teniente

Technical Sergeant|Tenienteng teknikal

Staff Sergeant |Pulungang teniente

Sergeant|Sarhento

Corporal|Kabo (Formerly known as Kopral until the second Filipinization)

Private 1st class|Pribat un Klas

Private|Pribat



Dangan-2 aerial multipurpose ships specs (For PMT/FT only)

Width: 31 meters
Height: 10 meters
Length: 365 meters
Electronic warfare: Jose kagatlamok 20 Super-arboc howitzer systems (20 guns per side)
Main armament: Adjustable
8 × RGM-84 Harpoon missiles
Range: 6,000 nmi (11,000 km) at 20 kn (37 km/h); 3,300 nmi (6,100 km) at 30 kn (56 km/h).
Cruising speed: 9 meters per second (empty)
Speed in full cargo: 5 meters per second
Complement: 50 officers, 30 Chief Petty Officers, and approx. 340 enlisted
Human capacity: 2,000 personnel all in all (empty from crew)
Aircraft carried: 4 Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01
5 Rescue choppers
Capacity: 30,800 square feet (2,860 m2) of cargo



Awards and decorations of the Hukbo

Military version

Phi marked civilian version

Black amulet, Black sun
Agimat itim, Araw itim
Awarded by the punong and president of the new bayan

The Black sun medal is awarded for those who are recognized for their extreme battlefield bravery or outstanding military leadership. Established during 2045, it is the only genuine military award that has ever been made by the Asigna regime. It is only awarded to military personnel and is never accessible by civilians. Only 3,000 among the 300,000 military leaders have ever been awarded by the black sun. Amongst them are Heneral Domer Eluide, Gobernador Heneral Maria Salazar and Heneral Jon Meier. The phi marked version of the medal is only accessible to civilians who have shown great conduct as a citizen, a man for others and a man who has shown great contribution to society. Terten himself was never awarded this medal and is very common amongst top notching KK paramilitary agents.


BAYAN ORBAT

Hukbo - The bayan defense army - Order of Battle

Does not include the full strength of the Aklan-KK, Will also be using January 2016 ORBATS of the Thailand armed forces, Malaysian royal armed forces, Bruneian armed forces and the Indonesian armed forces

Complete guide to Hukbo organizations

405,000 Hukbo regulars - 450,000 Agpalo Homeland defense army (27 divisions) (Increase with 30 auxiliary Agpalo divisons)

2 Kors in Luzon (1st and 2nd Kor) 1st - 6th infantry divisions (1st - 10th Agpalo Division in Luzon and Palawan)
  • 1 Aklan KK Kor in Metro Manila (same as the normal kor but also different in function)

  • 1 Punong guard regiment in Metro Manila (2,000)

  • 1 Whiteshorian volunteers brigade (6,000) in the coastal regions of Luzon scattered as squad. Not in the beaches but rather in the forests of the beaches. Commanded by Colonels Pavel Volkov and Maria Karpova

1&1/2 Kors in Visayas 7th - 10th infantry divisions
2 Kors in Mindanao 10th - 15th division in Mindanao and 16th infantry in Samal and Leyte (11th - 14th Agpalo division in Mindanao (Eastern half) and 15th in Leyte)
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First plota - HQ: Edwin Andrews Airbase, Zamboanga city (expanded version), for the entire Philippine archipelago

  • 1st-10th Corsaire S. group (10 x Corsaires). (Zamboanga city (1st), General Santos city (2nd), Tacloban, (3rd-5th) Cebu, (6th, 7th) Puerto Princesa (8th-10th) )

  • 1st-10th Draco S. group (10 x Draco) (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 1st-10th Agila S. group (10 x AP4 Agila) (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 1st Ultra S. group (10 x AP9 Ultra on Davao city)

  • 1st Electronic warfare regiment (5 x Sukhoi Su-30MKM)

  • 2nd Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment (Just like a field regiment, only armed with additional 50 x S-400s and 30 x MRADs)

  • 1st Technical regiment (Zamboanga)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (CDO)

  • AWAC regiment

  • ASW regiment (4 x P-3 orion on the first three airfields occupied by the Corsaires as listed above, same rule applies below as well as 5 x Westland WS-61 Sea Kings AEWCH)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment C

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Pampanga)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Legaspi)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Butuan)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) General Santos)

  • 7th - 8th ground strike group (CDO)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Zamboanga)

  • 3rd copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Lahad Datu)

  • 4th copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Seporma)

  • 5th copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Tacloban)

  • 6th copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Davao)

Second plota - HQ: Clark Air base, Pampanga, for the entire Philippine archipelago

  • 11th-20t Corsaire S. group. (Dagupan (1st-2nd), Legaspi, (3rd-5th) Cebu, (6th, 7th) Pampanga (8th-10th) )

  • 11st-20th Draco S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 1st-10th Agila S. group (10 x AP4 Agila) (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 2nd-11th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment

  • AWAC regiment

  • ASW regiment

  • 1st Technical regiment (Pampanga)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Albay)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Pampanga)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Legaspi)

  • 7th ground strike group (Pasay)

  • 8th ground strike group (Baguio)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment C

  • Unmanned recon regiment

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Tacloban)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Butuan)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship Baguio)

  • 3rd copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Pampanga)

  • 4th copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Legaspi)

  • 5th copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Baguio)

  • 6th copter strike group (2 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 4 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Baguio)



Third plota - HQ: Papua, West Guinea, for West Guinea region, Malaku islands

  • 21th-30th Corsaire S. group. (Kota Ambon (1st-5th) Papua, (6th-10th) )

  • 21st-30th Draco S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 11th-20th Ultra S. group (10 x AP4 Agila) (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment

  • AWAC regiment

  • 2 ASW regiments

  • 1st Technical regiment (Papua)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Ambon)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Ambon)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Papua)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Ambon)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Papua)

  • 7th ground strike group (Papua)

  • 8th ground strike group (Ambon)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Papua)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Papua)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Kota Ambon)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Papua)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Ambon)

  • Unmanned recon regiment

Fourth Plota - HQ: Bangkok, for Thailand-Burma-Andaman-Indian ocean

  • 31st-40th Corsaire S. group. (Bangkok (1st-2nd), Chang Mai (3rdth-5th), Nakhon Sawan (6th-8th), Surat Thani (9th-10th) )

  • 21st-30th Ultra group (10 x HAD S39 Jeban fighter plane (Viper), same as above)

  • 1st strategic bomber division (4 x HAD S8 Suuca (Moose) Strategic bomber)

  • 2nd strategic bomber division (4 x HAD S8 Suuca (Moose) Strategic bomber)

  • 31st-40th Agila S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 3rd Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • 4th Electronic warfare regimen (5 x Sukhoi Su-30MKM)

  • 1st airborne division (Aklan-KK - Chang Mai)

  • 2nd airborne division (Aklan-KK - Nakhon Sawan)

  • 3rd airborne division (Aklan-KK - Surat Thani)

  • SAMS division

  • AWAC regiment

  • ASW regiment

  • 1st Technical regiment (Chang Mai)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Surat Thani)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (Nakhon Sawan)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Chang Mai)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Nakhon Sawan)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Chang Mai)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Surat Thani)

  • 7th ground strike group (B)

  • 8th ground strike group (Chang Mai)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Phit Sanulok)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - S)

  • 1st Dangan AS company (Bangkok)

  • 2nd Dangan AS company (Surat Thani)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Chang Mai)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (B)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (S)

  • Unmanned recon regiment

Fifth plota - HQ: Banda Aceh, for Sumatra-Indian ocean

  • 41st-50th Corsaire S. group. (Banda Aceh (1st-3rd), Medan (5th-6th), Perak (7th-8th), Pekanbaru (9th-10th) )

  • 41st-50th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment

  • 5th Electronic warfare regimen (5 x Sukhoi Su-30MKM)

  • 1st Technical regiment (Perak)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Pekanbaru)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (Medan)

  • AWAC regiment

  • 2 ASW regiments

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Perak)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Banda Aceh)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Perak)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Medan)

  • 7th ground strike group (B)

  • 8th ground strike group (Padang)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Padang)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Pekanbaru)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Medan)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Banda Aceh)

  • Over the horizon radar (Al Banda Aceh)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Medan)

  • Unmanned recon regiment

Sixth plota - HQ: Jakarta, for Java-Southeastern Sumatra-Indian ocean

  • 51st-60th Corsaire S. group. (Palembang (1st-3rd), Jakarta (4th-6th), Surakarta (7th-8th), Surabaya (9th-10th) )

  • 51st-60th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment

  • AWAC regiment

  • ASW regiment

  • 1st Technical regiment (Palembang)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Jakarta)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (Surakarta)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Jakarta)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Surakarta)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Surakarta)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Jakarta)

  • 7th ground strike group (Surakarta)

  • 8th ground strike group (Jakarta)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Jakarta)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Surakarta)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Garut)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Jakarta)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Surakarta)

  • Unmanned recon regiment

Eastern plota - HQ: Homedale, for Eastern defense

  • 101st-110th Corsaire S. group. (Homedale (1st-3rd), Nazi town (4th-5th), Southern Colishi, Bayan zone (6th-7th), Eastern land (8th-10th) )

  • 91st-100th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 11th-20th Viper group (5 x HAD S39 Jeban fighter plane (Viper), same as above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS division

  • 1st Technical regiment (Homedale)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Soup town)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (Southern Colishi)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Soup town)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Homedale)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Eastern land)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Homedale)

  • 7th ground strike group (Southern Colishi)

  • 8th ground strike group (Homedale)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Homedale)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Nazi town)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Homedale)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Southern Colishi)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Homedale)

  • AWAC brigade

  • ASW regiment

  • Unmanned recon regiment

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1&1/2 Kors Scattered in Malaya (alongside national armies) 17th - 20th infantry divisions
  • 17th infantry division- Borneo (16th Agpalo divisions - 20th in the forests of Sarawak and Sabah)

  • 18th infantry division - Java (21st Agpalo divisions - 23rd in the forests of Java)

  • 19th infantry division - Western Malayan Peninsula

  • 20th infantry division - Sumatra (24th Agpalo divisions - 26th in the forests of Sumatra)
    East Guinea (27th - 30th Agpalo divisions)

2 Kors in Eastern zones 43rd - 49th infantry divisions (1 additional infantry division)
2 infantry divisions in Southern Colishi

  • 43rd-47th infantry division - Vulkata

Coral triangle command (Homeland fleet)

1st strike group - HQ: Subic bay, Luzon/parked at the rest of Western, Northern Luzon ports
Headquarters staff
I school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
II school 4 x Astela class SSP (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate
IV flock 3 x Catalina class NPPCS 1 X Manila class NPPCDs
V Main 1 x Bathala (Charles de Gaulle) class aircraft carrier
VI Guard school 3 x Astela class SSP
VII school 6 x Taliba class NPPCS
Coastal defense:
-SAM regiment
-Technical regiment
-Engineering regiment
-Signals battalion

2nd strike group - HQ: Jose Panganiban, Camarines Norte, Luzon/parked at the rest of Philippine sea facing ports
Headquarters staff
I school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine
II A school 4 x Astela class SSP
II B school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate
IV flock 3 x Catalina class NPPCS 2 X Manila class NPPCDs
V Main 1 x Bathala (Charles de Gaulle) and Santa Anna - class carriers
VI Guard school 3 x Astela class SSP
VII flotilla 2 x Manila class NPPCDS
VIII school 6 x Taliba class NPPCS
IX B school 4 x PhilZhou CI frigates
IX A school 4 x PhilZhou CI frigates
X A Guard school 4 x Astela class SSP
X B Guard school 4 x Hatchet class frigates

Inner 3rd patrol group - HQ: Port of Cagayan de Oro, for the territorial waters of the Philippines
I A school 4 x Astela class SSP
II B school 4 x Astela class SSP
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate 1 X Manila class NPPCDs
IV school 4 x Taliba class NPPCS
V school 4 x Taliba class NPPCS
VI school 4 x Astela class SSP

Inner 6th patrol group - HQ: Port of Kota Kinabalu, for the West Philippine sea
I A school 4 x Astela class SSP
II B school 4 x Astela class SSP
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate 1 X Manila class NPPCDs
Coastal defense:
-SAM regiment
-Technical regiment
-Engineering regiment
-Signals battalion

Inner 5th patrol group - HQ: Port of Banda Aceh, for the Indian ocean
I A school 4 x Astela class SSP
II B school 4 x Astela class SSP
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate 1 X Manila class NPPCDs 4 x PhilZhou CI firgates
IV school 5 x Taliba class NPPCS
V A school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine (Scattered on hidden underwater sub pens all over)
V B school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine
VI school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
VII A school 4 x Astela class SSP
VII B school 4 x Astela class SSP
Coastal defense:
-SAM regiment
-Technical regiment
-Engineering regiment
-Signals battalion

Eastern fleet - HQ: Southern bay common interests base, mainly based on the Eastern land and soup town ports, Vulkata
I school 4 x Astela class SSP
II school 4 x Astela class SSP (SC)
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate 1 X Manila class NPPCDs
IV school 5 x Taliba class NPPCS
V school 4 x PhilZhou CI frigates
VI B school 4 x Astela class SSP
VII guard school 4 x Astela class SSP (SC)
VIII guard school 4 x Astela class SSP
XI B guard school 2 x Hatchet class frigate
XI B guard school 2 x Hatchet class frigate (SC)
Coastal defense:
-SAM regiment
-Technical regiment
-Engineering regiment
-Signals battalion

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225,000 - Tronesian armed forces

Tronesian Air Force - HQ: Cloma city/Darwin 2, for Tronesia, Timor sea

  • 61st-70th Corsaire S. group. (Darwin 2 (1st-3rd), Bali (4th-5th), Kupang (5th-6th), Samlaki airfield (9th-10th) )

  • 1st-10th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 1st-10th Viper group (5 x HAD S39 Jeban fighter plane (Viper), same as above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment

  • AWAC regiment

  • ASW regiment

  • 1st Technical regiment (Darwin 2)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Darwin 2)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (Pilar airbase, 20 kilometers west of Darwin 2)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Darwin 2)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Kupang)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Darwin 2)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Darwin 2)

  • 7th ground strike group (Darwin 2)

  • 8th ground strike group (Pilar airbase)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Pilar airbase)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Darwin 2)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Pilar airbase)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Darwin 2)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Kupang)

  • Unmanned recon regiment

Tronesian Navy - HQ: Port of Darwin 2, for Northern Tronesia
I A school 4 x Astela class SSP
I B school 4 x PhilZhou CI firgates
II guard school 4 x Astela class SSP
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate
IV school 4 x Taliba class NPPCS
Coastal defense:
-SAM regiment
-Technical regiment
-Engineering regiment
-Signals battalion

2 kors in Tronesia 21st - 27th infantry divisions
1-3 are coastal defenses laid out throughout the coast
4-7 are around the 100 kilometer perimeter of Darwin 2.
3 Whiteshorian kors in Tronesia


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225,000 - Romiran defense army

Eight plota/Yemeni Emirate Air Corps - HQ: Bandar Abbas, for Qeshm, Persian Gulf, Yemen

  • 71st-80th Corsaire S. group. (Bandar Abbas (1st-3rd), Dargahan (4th-5th), Al Ghaydah (5th-7th), Sanaw airfield (8th-10th) )

  • 71st-80th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 7th Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • 8th Electronic warfare regimen (3 x Sukhoi Su-30MKM)

  • SAMS regiment

  • 1st Technical regiment (Bandar Abbas)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Dargahan)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (Sanaw airfield)

  • 1st airborne division (Aklan-KK - Al Ghaydah)

  • 2nd airborne division (Aklan-KK - Dargahan)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Dargahan)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Al Ghaydah)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Bandar Abbas)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Dargahan)

  • 7th ground strike group (Bandar Abbas)

  • 8th ground strike group (Sanaw airfield)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Al Ghaydah)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Bandar Abbas)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Sanaw)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Dargahan)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Al Ghaydah)

  • 1st AWAC regiment (Dargahan)

  • 2nd AWAC regiment (Al Ghaydah)

  • Over the horizon radar (Al Ghaydah)

  • Unmanned recon regiment

Ninth plota/Yemeni emirate Air Corps - HQ: Aden, for Southern Yemen, Yemen proper, Gulf of Aden

  • 81st-90th Corsaire S. group. (Aden (1st-3rd), San'a (4th-5th), The Mukalla (5th-7th), Shibam (8th-10th) )

  • 81st-90th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment

  • 1st airborne division (Aklan-KK - Aden)

  • 2nd airborne division (Aklan-KK - Shibam)

  • 1st Technical regiment (San'a)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Aden)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (The Mukalla)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) San'a)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Shibam)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Shibam)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (San'a)

  • 7th ground strike group (San'a)

  • 8th ground strike group (Shibam)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Shibam)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Aden)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Al Mukalla)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Aden)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Shibam)

  • Unmanned recon regiment

Tenth plota/Romanian Air Force - HQ: Bucharest, for Romania and the Black sea

  • 91st-100th Corsaire S. group. (Bucharest (1st-3rd), Sibiu (4th-5th), Petrosani (5th-7th), Constanta (8th-10th) )

  • 91st-100th Ultra S. group (2 of these strike groups on each airfield respectively: Same as Above)

  • 31st-40th Agila group (10 x HAD S39 Jeban fighter plane (Viper), same as above)

  • Electronic warfare regiment (1 x EC-130H)

  • SAMS regiment

  • ASW regiment

  • 1st Technical regiment (Bucharest)

  • 2nd Technical regiment (Bacau)

  • 3rd Technical regiment (Brasov)

  • 1st ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Buzau)

  • 2nd ground strike group (4 x HAD S30 Sylrada (Machete) Bacau)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment A (Bucharest)

  • Transport Aircraft Regiment B (Bacau)

  • 7th ground strike group (Brasov)

  • 8th ground strike group (Petrosani)

  • 9th ground strike group (Buzau)

  • 9th clearer strike group (4 x Ritrki (Cobra) VTOL Gunship - Bucharest)

  • 3rd copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Targoviste)

  • 6th copter strike group (4 x Boeing AH-64 Apache 8 x Ryfg (Hawk) Attack Helicopter Model Series 01's - Bucharest)

  • A Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Bucau)

  • B Tanker pulangan (KC-135) (Constanta)

  • AWAC brigade

  • Unmanned recon regiment

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2 Kors in Romania 28th - 34th infantry divisions
2 Kors in Yemen 35th - 42nd infantry divisions (1 additional infantry division)
2 infantry divisions in Iran
  • 43rd infantry division - Qeshm island

  • 44th infantry division - Bandar Abbas

7th fleet - HQ: Port of Aden, for the Gulf of Aden
I A school 4 x Astela class SSP
I B school 4 x Astela class SSP (Qeshm)
II A school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
II B school 4 x Astute-class attack submarine (Bandar Abbas)
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate
IV flock 3 x Catalina class NPPCS 2 X Manila class NPPCDs
V Main 1 x Bathala (Charles de Gaulle) Santa Anna - class carriers
VI Guard school 3 x Astela class SSP
Aden RRF:
I A school 4 x Astela class SSP (Bahtari Oman) (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
II B school 4 x Astela class SSP (Bahtari Somalia) (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
III flock 4 x Hatchet class frigate 1 X Manila class NPPCDs (Bahtari Somalia)
IV school 4 x Taliba class NPPCS (Bahtari Somaliland)
V school 4 x Taliba class NPPCS (Bahtari Oman)
Black sea Patrol:
I A school 4 x Astela class SSP (Navodari) (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
I B school 4 x Astela class SSP (Constanta) (2 of which carry 10 M-4.5 nuclear missiles each)
II school 4 x Astela class SSP (Tulcea)
Coastal defense:
-SAM regiment
-Technical regiment
-Engineering regiment
-Signals battalion

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