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Wolf Regimient: a Mercenary Army.

The Wolf Regiment is a mercenary army consisting of 17,000 troops, including men and women, former special forces from around the world, but mainly from Germany.

Its history began in 2002 at the beginning of the War on Terror. Initially it was a company of military volunteers who initiated military actions against the Taliban in Afghanistan with the Warlords. When the Allied Forces formed the ISAF, the Wolf Company was considered especially valuable for its experience, knowledge of the terrain, and contacts with the local population. In this way it was supported with ex-special forces of all the countries, and was given arms of the reserve of the German army. Over the years, it grew in size, from a simple infantry company to the size of a regiment.

In 2010, one of the senior staff members of the regiment, Lieutenant Colonel Richard "Wolf" Rodriguez ascended to command. At that time the official name of the regiment was "Company of volunteers 507". Thanks to his business contacts, diplomats and his command ability, members of the 507 volunteer company in acclaim changed the name of the unit to "Wolf Regiment."

In 2011, with the reduction of ISAF troops and multiple incidents with foreign mercenaries, the Afghan government decided to contract the Wolf Regiment, under the command of Colonel Richard "Wolf" Rodriguez, as a combat force. Unofficially, it was armed and equipped by NATO, with German military equipment.

In 2014 the government of Iraq contracted the services of the Wolf Regiment. The Iraqi government did not have the capacity at the time to confront the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, and it was losing territory and many troops trying to fight against them. The arrival of the Wof Regiment was a relief to the worn out and ill-equipped Iraqi army, who were fleeing from the enemy. One of the first actions of Colonel Wolf was to request more troops, specifically more volunteers special forces who would receive an excellent payment for their services. Then, in a single night, in a quick military action, he recovered several refineries and oil wells from the enemy. Thus became the spearhead of the Iraqi army in its advance to recover its territory, until in 2016 it parked with the Kurdish forces to give them training.

In 2016, he was hired by Germany to directly confront the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant in Syria, and for that he was given more weapons, volunteers and money. The Wolf regiment was put to the front of the Syrian army, managing to recover several cities and territories against the fundamentalist rebels, with the support of the Russian Air Force and the Syrian Air Force. Germany jealously guarded the safety of this expeditionary mercenary force.

In February 2017, he was called by the Federal Republic of Panama Coalition to lead military operations against Brasilistan. After the war, the Wolf Regimient was granted a huge military base in the Panama Coalition and remained there. It is still under contract with the Panama Coalition to conduct operations abroad, or for covert operations of the Defense Forces.

In Abril 2017, was mobilized by the intervention in Northnorge in a Amphibious Operation.



VEHICLES

Leopard-2A6 Main Battle Tank: 120 Tanks.
Armament:1 120 mm smoothbore gun, 2 7.62 mm MG3A1 machine guns,
Armor: resist 125 mm APFSDS rounds fired
Weight: 62.3 tonnes
Crew: 4

Marder 1A5 Infantry fighting vehicle: +176 Vehicles.
Armament: 20 mm Rheinmetall MK 20 Rh 202 automatic cannon; MILAN ATGM (AntiTank Guided Missile) launcher; 7.62 mm MG3 machine gun
Armor: protection up to 30mm APDS
Weight: 37.4 tonnes
Crew: 3+7


Puma IFV (infantry Fighting Vehicle): 16 vehicles.
Armament: 1 x 30 mm autocannon; a coaxial 7.62 mm machine gun; 2 x Spike LR anti-tank guided missile; a 76-mm grenade launcher.
Armor: can resist direct hits from 14.5 mm rounds (basic armor) to 125 mm; NBC protection.
Weight: 31.5 - 43 t maximum weight with add-on armor.
Crew: 3 + 6

Fennek ARV (Light Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle): 46 Vehicles.
Armament: 12.7 mm machine gun, 40 mm grenade autocannon
Armor: is protected all-round against 7.62 mm rounds; nuclear, biological and chemical (NBC) warfare protection.
Weight: 9.7-10.4 tonnes
Crew: 3

Fennek MRAT with the Rafael Spike MR (Gill) anti-tank missile: 24 vehicles.
Armament: 4 Rafael Spike MR (Gill) anti-tank missile (+12 reserve missiles)

Fennek Stinger Weapon Platform (SWP): 36 vehicles.
Armament: 4 Stinger missiles for mid-range air defence. (18 missiles total)

Boxer multirole armoured fighting vehicle: +168 vehicles.
Armament: a 12.7mm machine gun, with a 40mm automatic grenade launcher.
Armor: resistant to 14.5 mm armour-piercing ammunition
Weight: 24 t (standard); 36 t (combat)
Crew: 3 + 8

Boxer Infantry Fighting Vehicle (IFV): 78 vehicles.
Armament: a 30mm automatic cannon; a 7.62mm coaxial machine gun, SPIKE LR anti-tank guided missile launcher, carrying two missiles and eight smoke grenade launchers on each station.

Gepard self-propelled anti-aircraft gun: 12 units.
Armament: 2 35 mm autocannon.
Weight: 47.5 t
Crew: 3 (driver, gunner, commander).

Wiesel Armoured Weapons Carrier (AWC) light air-transportable armoured fighting vehicle (Not paradrop): 24 vehicles.
Armament: a 7.62 mm machine gun, a TOW antitank missile.
Armor: can resist common 5.56 mm and 7.62 mm small arms ammunition and shell splinters.
Weight: 2.75 t - 4.78 t
Crew: 2 or 3

Wiesel 2 LeFlaSys Launcher (Ozelot) AAM: 8 vehicles.
Armament: a 7.62 mm machine gun, a (ASRAD) Short-Range Air Defense System

Volkswagen Type 183 Iltis: 48 vehicles
Armament: a 7.62 mm machine gun, a TOW antitank missile.
Armor: -
Weight: 1.4 t
Crew: 2+2

PzH 2000 self-propelled howitzer: 24 units.
Armament: a 155 mm L52 Artillery Gun (40 kms range); a 7.62 mm machine gun.
Armor: against 14.5 mm resistant additional bomblet protection.
Weight: 55.8 t .
Crew: 5 (commander, driver, gunner, and two loaders).

ASTROS II (Artillery SaTuration ROcket System) MRLS Rocket Artillery: 8 Launchers.
18 vehicles: 8 of them are Astros II launchers, 8 are rocket resupply trucks and 2 special radar-equipped vehicle controlling the fire-control system.
Armament: SS-40 (fires 180 mm rockets) Loads 16 (1535 km); a 12.7 mm M2 Browning machine gun
Armor: against 7.62 mm ammunition.
Weight: 10 t
Crew: 3

Grizzly (GFF4) 6x6 medium weight armored personnel carrier: 14 vehicles.
Armament: a 12.7 mm machine gun
Armor: MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected)
Weight: 25 t
Crew: 1 driver + 10 passenger

Dingo ATF infantry mobility vehicle: 24 vehicles.
Armament: a 7.62 mm or a 12.7 mm machine gun in a remote-controlled turret
Armor: MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected); NBC-threats
Weight: 8.8 - 11.9 t
Crew: 5

Eagle V 4x4 wheeled armored vehicle: 20 vehicles.
Armament: remotely controlled weapon station for self-defense. It can be armed with 5.56-mm, 7.62-mm or 12.7-mm machine gun, or 40-mm automatic grenade launcher.
Armor: MRAP (Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected)
Weight: 10 t
Crew 1+4

Enok LAPV (Light Armoured Patrol Vehicle): 45 vehicles.
Armament: Remote-controlled turret with a 7.62 mm MG3.
Armor: is protected against 7.62 mm rounds.
Weight: 5.4 tonnes
Crew: 2-6


Mercedes-Benz 250 GD Light utility vehicle: +152 vehicles.
Armament: 7.62 mm or 12.7 mm machine gun.
Armor: is protected against 5.56 mm rounds.
Weight: 1.75 t
Crew: 1+3

Mungo air-transportable, armoured multirole transport vehicle: 40 vehicles.
Armament: a 7.62-mm machine gun or an automatic 40 mm grenade launcher.
Armor: is protected against 7.62 mm rounds.
Weight: 5,3 t
Crew: 2+8

Fuchs-2 APC 6x6 (Armoured Personnel Carrier): 30 vehicles.
Is fully amphibious.
Armament: 3 x 7.62 mm or 12.7 mm machine gun.
Armor: against 7.62-mm armor-piercing rounds
Weight: 19 t - 25.9 t. Maximum combat weight of 20,000kg.
Crew: 2 + 10


Fuchs NBC (Nuclear, Biological and Chemical) reconnaissance vehicles: 9 Vehicles.

Mercedes-Benz Unimog U 4000 4x4 All Terrain Truck: 40 vehicles.
Armament: -
Armor: The welded cab structure is provided with under-body mine blast protection.
Weight: 4.3 t - 7.5 t. Can carry a maximum payload of 3 tons.
Crew: Cab seating 2 + 16 troops

Mercedes-Benz Zetros 6x6 truck: 40 vehicles.
Heavy Duty Trucks designed for extreme off-road operations.
Armament: -
Armor: -
Weight: payloads from 7 to 10 tons.
Crew: 1 + 2

IVECO Trakker 8x8 heavy duty off-road truck: 60 vehicles.
Armament: none. Can use a Remote-controlled turret with a 12.7 mm machine gun and 40-mm automatic grenade launcher.
Armor: is protected against 7.62 mm rounds (cabin).
Weight (empty) 13 t. has a payload capacity of 28 t.
Crew: 1 + 2

AMBULANCES:


Mercedes-Benz 250 GD Ambulance: 16 vehicles.


FUCHS ambulance: 4 Vehicles.


Grizzly MRAP ambulance: 4 vehicles.


Unimog ambulance with 4 stretchers: 4 vehicles.


Boxer ambulance: 4 vehicles.

HELICOPTERS:


Tiger Reconnaissance/Attack Helicopter: 10 Helicopters.


UH-60 Blackhawk utilitary: 16 Helicopters.


UH-1N utilitary: 16 Helicopters.


H-145 Reconnaissance/Attack: 16 Helicopters.


CH-53 Heavy Lift Helicopter: 8 Helicopters.

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