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by The Kraterocracy of Uvoan. . 56 reads.

Specialized Forces

Uvoan, due to it's nature, has to employ a wide variety of specialized divisions to help in it's offensive, defensive, and 'black-op' measures. These include the Marines, the Red Rangers, the Atlana Airdroppers, the 108th Combat Engineers, and many others.


The Marines

The Uvoanian Marines are, as the name implies, highly specialized for naval related operations. This includes contesting landing zones, river operations, and ship to ship boarding. An estimate 15.6 Million marines are in service.

Training for Marine soldiers is a 16 week boot-camp, the longest training time within the Uvoanian Armed Forces. They are expected to meet the following requirements-

Male -

Push-ups

Pull-ups

Crunches

1.5 Mile Time

60

10

80

13 Minutes

Female -

Push-ups

Pull-ups

Crunches

1.5 Mile Time

45

5

80

14 Minutes


The Red Rangers

The Red Rangers were originally a unit of elite rebels, serving as skirmishers, and advanced forward fighters. They are expected to be entirely self sufficient, and capable of supporting themselves no matter what situation is thrown at them. An estimate 2.3 Million Red Rangers are in service. The total training time is 10 weeks- With 5 weeks being spent outside of 'Base-Camp' situations. An estimated 85% of candidates fail this training.

Male/Female -

Push-ups

Pull-ups

Crunches

Chin-Ups

5 Mile Time

60

10

80

8

35 Minutes

Other Requirements

Short Description

Water Survival Test

Designed to help Red Rangers overcome fear of water

Night/Day Land Navigation

Using a Compass and a Map, Recruits are expected to navigate their way in the dark, with only a match to look at the map

2.5 Mile Buddy Run / Mud Pit

Troops must run 2.5 miles with a 'Combat Buddy', then crawl through a 90 meter mud-pit, a variable depth mud-pit, with barbed wire covering it.

Demolition Refresher

A simple re-freshing on Demolition.

Forced March

Wanna-be Rangers are expected to finish a 15 mile march, with a full kit-load, in under 3 hours and 15 minutes. This is a pass/fail, with any student failing to make this time-limit being dropped.

Mountain Training

A 2 Week long mountain course, this phase of training is designed to reflect realistically changing operation zones, and stress a student to their breaking point, in high-rolling mountains, and low, swooping valleys.

Swamp/Jungle Training

Another 2 week course, which focuses on how to fight in extreme humidity, and how to fight in jungle and swamp environments, along with all that entails.

Desert Training

A week long course, which stresses combat in desert situations, in order that Red Rangers be adaptable to any scenario.


The Atlana Airdroppers

Forming the tip of the spear, the Airdroppers are expected to be trained, brutal, and efficient at their chosen roles. An estimate 5.3 million Airdroppers are in service. The total training time is 3 Weeks- With one and a half weeks of that being related to airborne jump training.

Male/Female -

Push-ups

Pull-ups

Crunches

Chin-Ups

5 Mile Time

60

10

80

8

35 Minutes

Phase

Short Description

Initial Phase

Students are expected to complete a 5 Mile run, an obstacle course, and then extensive physical training. They are not considered students until after this first day. After the extensive run, soldiers are inspected to see if they meet other standards than listed.

Phase 2, Combat Assault

Students are instructed in multiple areas, such as Aircraft safety, Aircraft orientation, Aero Medical Operations, Pathfinding, Hand/Arm Signals, Close Combat Assault, And Combat Assault Operations. At the end of this phase, is a 75 question multiple choice, which students must achieve 85% on. A hands-on test is also issued, with 25 Hand/Arm signals, and they must identify 15 of them correctly to pass.

Phase 3, SlingLoading

Students are instructed in sling-loading a wide variety of items, which they will have to deal with while within the air-borne. Tests include a 75 question multiple choice, which students must achieve 85% on. The next test is a 'live-demonstration', where students must load up to 7 different loads into 3 different aircrafts.

Phase 4, Rapelling/Airdrop

Students are instructed in how to rappel from aircraft, and in air-drops onto a target. This includes tying of hip-rappels, Hook-up, Lock-in, Rappel with and without equipment, Belay Procedures, Fast Rope, Jumping with and Without, and landing. Soldiers are tested on all these categories, and a 75 question multiple choice, which students must achieve 85% on.

Phase 5, March

Students are expected to finish a 15 mile march, with a full kit-load, in under 3 hours and 15 minutes. This is a pass/fail, with any student failing to make this time-limit being dropped. At the end of the march, they must also lay out every item within the Kit, which they themselves packed before departing on the march. Missing any item is an automatic failure, and the student is not allowed to graduate.

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The Kraterocracy of Uvoan

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