Coat of Arms of the Aurun Armed Forces
War Flag of the Aurun Armed Forces
9 June 1857
Vukkonna Base, Veratuna
Minister of Defence
6 to 12 months
24.2 billion ANR / 38.7 billion USD
Percent of GDP
Aurun National Armed Forces
The Aurun National Armed Forces (Aurun: Astainenvoustaa Auruna), commonly known as the Aurun Armed Forces, are the military forces of Auruna responsible for the defence of the country and allies. It is established at the same time as the Federal Republic of Auruna after the monarchy was eventually replaced by the new government. It is primarily used for the defence of the country. Even with its small size, they can effectively utilise the local terrain to their advantage that will wear down any attacking army.
It primarily consists of Aurun Army, Aurun Navy, Aurun Air Force, National Defence Command and the National Special Operations Command.
New Dawn Uprising
The early Aurun Armed Forces, formerly known as the Gold Sky during the late monarchy, is mostly made up of former mercenaries and the remnants of the King's Army and the Royal Armed Forces. Under the command of Sebastian Varkena, they fought against the red forces during the uprising. The Gold Sky were victorious in every battle they fought in thanks to the leadership of Varkena. A few years after the uprising, due to the instability, the monarchy was replaced and the new federal republic was formally established as well as the Aurun Armed Forces.
In 1927, communist forces are starting to spread everywhere and in Auruna, they were a threat. After the initial losses on the northern provinces of Auruna, the campaign is slowly turning in favour of the Aurun Armed Forces and this is where the Aurun
military tactics start to take shape. Their application against the rebellion heavily shattered the Red Forces even with the Reds' numerical superiority. At the end of the rebellion in 1930, the Armed Forces were reorganized in order to be more effective and significantly strengthening the defence in preparation for future conflicts which are predicted to be in a much greater scale.