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[EAU] — Armed Forces Estimates


Military Association: Unified Armed Forces
Paramilitary Organization: Civilian Defense Milita
Commander In Chief: Military Association Tribunal
Delegate of Defence (Acting General): Jihye Yi

Budget: ⚡4.72 PwH (Petawatt Hours) per annum (Equiv. to $4.72 Quadrillion US Dollars)
Percent of GDP: 7.0%
Mobilization Policy: Voluntary Enlistment (1% of Population Mobilized)
Active Personnel: 3,013,500
Reserve Manpower: 11,585,862
Militia Members estimate: 8,721,000
Robotic Infantry estimate: 4,827,600


Total Armored Fighting Vehicles: 159,263
- Main Battle Tanks: 45,000 (26,720 active)
- Light Armour: 60,600 (23,872 active)
- Tank Support Fighting Vehicle: 17,000 (10,056 active)
- Armoured SPRA: 3,843 (384 active)
- Armoured SPAAA: 19,454 (13,328 active)
- Armoured SPG: 15,920 (14,776 active)
- Battle Trains: 3000 (2250 active)

Total Soft-Skinned Vehicles: 593,868
- Infantry Fighting Vehicles & APCs: 95,440 (52,840 active)
- Motorized Rocket Arty: 20,020 (7584 active)
- Motorized SPG: 6,558 (2520 active)
- Logistic Trucks & Light Armored Vehicles: 461,850 (345,390 active)

Total Artillery Pieces: 429,080
- Towed AAA: 63,152 (49,140 active)
- Towed Artillery: 303,152 (270,160 active)
- Towed Rocket Artillery: 9,576 (3744 active)
- SAM Systems: 39,200 (19,536 active)
- Transport Erector Launchers: 14,000 (12,864 active)

Naval Fleet
Total Capital Ships: 178
- Aircraft Carrier: 18
- Helicopter Carrier: 80
- Heavy Battleship: 20
- Guided Missle Battlecruiser: 60

Total Screen Ships: 940
- Guided Missile Cruiser: 144
- Guided Missile Destroyer: 360
- Guided Missile Frigate: 436

Total Logistics Fleet: 8833
- Logistics Ship: 2998
- Fleet Tanker: 902
- Landing Support Vessels: 4776
- Hospital Ship: 157

Total Support Vessels 20,770
- Hydrofoil Missle Boats: 10,942
- Corvette: 4332
- Minesweepers: 5496

Total Submarine Force:
- Attack Submarine: 594
- Ballistic Submarine: 356

Airforce Fleet
Active Fighter Fleet: 26,112
- Air Superiority Fighters: 8640
- Multirole Fighter: 9312
- High-Velocity Interceptor: 8840

Total Bomber & CAS Fleet: 20,736
- Penetration Bomber: 2304
- Strategic Bomber: 6912
- Fighter-Bomber: 11,520

Total Transport Fleet: 10,300
- Strategic Airlifter Aircraft: 3100
- Medium Transport Aircraft: 7200

Active Helicopter Fleet: 107,436
- Attack Helicopter: 9120
- Light Attack Recon Helicopter: 2176
- Superheavy & Heavy Utility Helicopter: 26,988
- Medium & Light Utility Helicopter: 69,152
- VTOL Aircraft: 176

Total Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Fleet: 10,273
- High-Altitude UAV: 2933
- Medium-Altitude UAV: 2742
- Turboshaft Recon Vehicles: 4598

Weapons of Mass Destruction
Chemical Weapons: 10,000 Tonnes
Biological Agents: 1,000 Tonnes
Radiological Weapons: 0 Tonnes
Thermonuclear Weapons: 0
Atomic Weapons: 0

The People's Unified Armed Forces are the regular armed forces of the All-Union Democratic World Republic. Besides the Military Association Tribunal (AMT) and several minor units directly under it, the PUAF has five major service branches: the United Army Command (EUAC), the Global Liberation Navy (PUAFGLN), the Airforce Command (EAC), the People's Coastguard Command (EPCC) and the Civil Defense Paramilitary Association (C.D.P.A) majority of military units around the country are assigned to one of seven theater commands by geographical location. The PUA is the world's largest military force (not including paramilitary or reserve forces) and constitutes the largest defense budget in the world. It is also one of the leading military innovators in the world and has been termed as the greatest military superpower, with significant regional defense and unmatched global power projection capabilities.

PUCCR law explicitly affirms the leadership of the International Supreme Council over the armed forces of the PUCCR and designates the Military Association Tribunal as the nationwide military command of the Council Union. The MAT answers to the ceremonial Delegate of Defense for diplomatic functions. The PUA is obliged to follow the principle of the Supreme Council's absolute civilian control of the military under the doctrine of "the people command the gun" (Koriyan: 사람들은 총을 명령; Romanization: Salamdeul-eun Chong-eul Myeonglyeong) taken from a speech given by Yi Jihye during an emergency meeting of the top security council leadership on the 7th of August 5 BAY at the beginning of the Socialist Insurrection. In this sense, the PUA is not a national army of the type of traditional Eastern nation-states, but a political army or the armed branch of the people itself since its allegiance is to the people only and not the state or any constitution. Its commander-in-chief is the Defense Delegate of the Military Association Tribunal. Since 5 BAY, the Proletariat Union has used nine different military strategies, which the PUA calls "strategic guidelines". The most important came in 3 BAY, 12 AAY, and 72 AAY. In times of national emergency, the People's Armed Police (PAP) and the N.D.P.A act as a reserve and support element for the PUAF. Politically, the UAF is represented in the Supreme Congress with 1 delegate.

The All-Union have denuclearized and destroyed their nuclear arsenals. Instead, the nation employs a biological and chemical research division, ensuring that the Unified Armed Forces maintain a Weapons of Mass Destruction capability.

The C.D.P.A is a public civil service that typically fulfils the role of Law Enforcement as the militia branch of the People's Unified Armed Forces of the Unified Communist Councils, the other parts being the People's Unified Army, the International Associated Airforces, the Global Liberation Navy and the People's Coastguard Cooperative. The Militia is under decentralized leadership with local chapters responding to local military garrisons. They serve as an auxiliary and reserve force for the PUA. As one of the largest militias in the world, the C.D.P.A is armed with surplus military equipment that would make the most heavily armed SWAT agencies green with envy. In the event of a mainland invasion, the militia would work in tandem with the Unified Armed Forces in repelling the enemy.

The Orbital Insertion Shock Trooper Program (OIST) is a military program being secretly pursued in parallel with other military research innovations. Utilizing advancements made in the 'Star Raker' space plane, the Assault Fighter Platform, T-Doll and robotics and the Chang'e-class Interplanetary Shuttle, the Unified Armed Forces are pursuing a revolutionary doctrine of 'Orbital Insertion'. What this doctrine entails is an unlimited power projection capability across entire worlds, unrestricted by geographic boundaries and geopolitical constraints. The idea is to establish preliminary contact with an airburst of a 30,000 kg thermobaric bomb (With a blast yield of .186 kilotonnes) over an active combat zone. After which, a 120 strong shock troop regiment will be inserted into a designated drop zone from a purpose-built drop shuttle at Low Erudian Orbit. Two AFP squadrons would provide fire support to shock troops dismounting from drop pods. LinkOnce troops have disembarked, the gun pods automatically reconstitute into self-piloting mobile walkers or support drones. Extraction will be achieved through heavily-defended 'Star Raker' shuttlecraft that rendezvous with orbiting drop shuttles.


The Unified Armed Forces of the PUCCR adhere to the tenants of MAID to foster comradery, conceive highly capable military personnel who are all leaders in their own respective right.

As a professional fighting force, all positions are viewed as interdependent organs working in tandem as a whole body. The army is one large family and showing disrespect to your fellow soldier is akin to treating your siblings negatively.

Advancements in communication technology have cemented situational awareness as a central component of the PUCCR's combat doctrines. In the Unified Army, everyone is aware of the current condition of the battlefield, whether through radio communications on secure channels or real-time intel-feeds relayed to helm-cam HUDs from loitering UAVs to ensure a well-prepared and organized defense.
It is believed that modern battles are won by the side that can react the quickest and retaliate. Soldiers are trained to take the lead and make smart pragmatic choices on the field; it is all about their intuition. From the moment they are recruited, Proleriats are instructed to become leaders capable of displaying critical thinking, quick reactions and respond to sudden events with the best tactics in mind.
Discipline defines a soldier's ability to adhere to the tenants of M.A.I.D, ensuring an outstandingly capable, loyal and professional world-class fighting force. A meritocratic system is employed to select competent individuals eligible for a promotion, ensuring that the military is led by capable leaders.

The Unified Armed Forces of the PUCCR employ a Deep Battle Doctrine. It is a military theory developed by the Proletariat Union for its armed forces from the lessons learned during the proceeding years from the 3rd Armageddon War. It is a tenet that emphasizes destroying, suppressing and disorganizing enemy forces not only at the line of contact but throughout the depth of the battlefield.

The term comes from Dima Fillov, an influential Ulusic military writer, who worked with others to create a military strategy with its own specialized operational art and tactics. The concept of deep operations was a national strategy, tailored to the economic, cultural and geopolitical position of the Proletariat Union. In the aftermath of several failures or defeats in the First and Second Armageddon Wars, the Koriyan High Command focused on developing new methods for the conduct of war. However, it was not until the Third Armageddon War that the new approach was considered in military strategy and tactics, introducing a new intermediate level of military art: operations. The Proletariat Union was the first country to officially distinguish the third level of military thinking which occupied the position between strategy and tactics.

Using these templates, the Councils developed the concept of deep battle and by 12 AAY it had become part of the People's Unified Armed Forces "Strategic Guidelines". Deep operations have two phases: the tactical deep battle, followed by the exploitation of tactical success, known as the conduct of deep battle operations. Deep battle envisages the breaking of the enemy's forward defenses, or tactical zones, through combined arms assaults, which would be followed up by fresh uncommitted mobile operational reserves sent to exploit the strategic depth of an enemy front. The goal of a deep operation was to inflict a decisive strategic defeat on the enemy's logistical abilities and render the defense of their front more difficult, impossible—or, indeed, irrelevant. Unlike most other doctrines, deep battle stresses combined arms cooperation at all levels: strategic, operational, and tactical.

Army Doctrine



Mass Assault

- 'Perfect' weapons are overrated, a large number of 'good enough' weapons is the path to victory!

Pocket Defense

- It is possible that, on the defensive, our troops may be caught in a pocket. In this case, they must merely hold out until the inevitable counter-attack relieves them.


- By offering relatively light resistance and temporarily giving ground we can trade space for time and allow attacking forces to exhaust themselves before counter-attacking.

Large Front Operations

- Fighting over a large front involves coordinating the efforts of multiple units over long distances: At an operational level, rather than tactical.
- Tactic: Relentless Assault

Deep Operations

- The concept of Deep Operations, or Deep Battle, is to break through the enemy's defensive lines at multiple points and destroy his operational reserves, his operational depth, and occupy as much of his strategic depth as possible.
- Tactic: Blitz

Operational Concentration

- The key to any military action is overwhelming local superiority. Short of being overwhelmingly superior along the entire front, this involves weakening parts of your front line to concentrate troops where needed rather than trying to be strong everywhere.
- Tactic: Elastic Defense

Vast Offensives

- If a breakthrough can be achieved it must be exploited as strongly as possible: A vast offensive pushing through enemy lines as deeply as possible will render the defense of their front more difficult, impossible, or irrelevant.
- Tactic: Overwhelming Fire

Breakthrough Priority

- Expanding upon Operational Concentration, all needs of the front are subordinated to the need to concentrate forces for Breakthroughs. Local defeats are inconsequential compared to striking a decisive blow.
- Tactic: Breakthroughs

Mechanized Waves

- Mechanized forces are ideal for conducting the rapid advances needed to properly exploit Breakthroughs, both for supporting the Armored forces and for securing the flanks of the breach.
- Tactic: Mass Armored Offensives

Continuous Offensive

- While properly exploited Breakthroughs are often very effective, sooner or later the attacker always becomes exhausted and the defender is able to reorganize and reform new defensive lines. However, with enough reserves and the right organization, an offensive could be continued to a much greater depth with devastating results to the enemy.
- Tactic: Backhand Blow

C.D.P.A Doctrine



People's Army

The People's Army believes in the primacy of men over weapons, with superior motivation compensating for inferior technology, and enjoys widespread support from the civilian population.
- Tactic: Mass Charge

Infantry Offensives

- The offensive spirit of the infantry is the decisive element of winning battles. Our infantry must lead the way.

Large Front Operations

- By conducting, or threatening, Human Wave Offensives across multiple areas of the front we can prevent the enemy from concentrating his firepower against any single attack.

Human Wave Offensive

- A Human Wave Offensive is an infantry tactic in which an attacker conducts a frontal assault with densely concentrated infantry formations against the enemy line, with the intent to overrun the defenders by engaging in close-quarters combat.
- Tactic: Human Tsunami

Guerilla Warfare

- The enemy advances, we retreat; the enemy camps, we harass; the enemy tires, we attack; the enemy retreats, we pursue.
- Tactic: Guerilla Warfare Tactics

Air Doctrine



Air Superiority

- Achieving Air Superiority will make it more difficult for enemy bombers to be used against our country, to allow our bombers to be used against our enemies.

Infrastructure Destruction

- Training our pilots in the best ways to attack infrastructure; like railways and bridges, makes for more effective Tactical bombing.

Home Defense

- Radar on the ground as well as airborne early warning and detection aircraft work in concert with our interceptors to track and destroy enemy incursions.

Naval Strike Tactics

- Training pilots in predicting ship movements and coordinating attacks will make our air raids on enemy ships more efficient.

Fighter Sweeps

- Aggressive patrols of fighters over enemy territory may catch their planes taking off or landing, when they are especially vulnerable, or disrupt enemy training flights.

Multi-Altitude Flying

- Air combat takes place in three dimensions, but most pilots find it harder to keep track of planes flying above or below them. We can take advantage of this by spreading our formations vertically.

Logistical Bombing

- A greater focus on attacking the enemy's supply lines from the air gives a greater advantage to our own ground forces in the area.

Night-time Bombing

- With advances in SatNav, Multispectral Imaging and IFF Detection, we can stay offensive and efficient around the clock. Show our enemy how persistent we are.

Massed Bomber Formations

- By staying in formation, our fleet of subsonic bombers can defend their group and increase our chances of successful bomb drops.

Ground Support Integration

- Fully integrating our bomber force with ground-based observers both increases their accuracy and allows them to directly support our ground forces in combat.

Offensive Formations

- Training in more offensively-oriented formations makes our fighters deadlier in combat.

Deep Penetration

Orbital Strike/Drop capabilities and a fleet of formidible hypersonic bombers equipped with the most devastating weapons in great quantities will guaranteeing realizable and tangible results.

Naval and Coastguard Doctrine



Base Strike

- Striking at the enemy's ports will cripple their ability to rebuild their fleet. This will allow us to dominate the seas by sheer numbers.

Convoy Escorts

- Fast surface ships and torpedo-armed helicopters as part of our convoys will allow us to spot enemy submarines and respond in time. Detection is the key to eliminating submarine nuisance.

Escort Patrols

- Improving detection makes our convoy escorts far deadlier to submarines. With nowhere to hide they pose no real threat.

Convoy Sailing

- Introducing compulsory convoy sailing will make it easier to spot enemy raids and respond in time. Safety in numbers is the way to go.

Integrated Convoy Defense

- Better navy and air coordination allow us to strike at enemies from miles away before they are near our trade convoys. This will drastically increase the effectiveness of convoy sailing.

Submarine Operations

- We do not need to engage the enemy fleet head on to win the war. Strike at their trade convoys before they can react and disappear below the surface again. You cannot fight what you cannot see.

Undersea Blockade

- Submarines are the perfect tool for cutting off the enemy's inflow of important raw materials. We will cripple the enemy's production and win by starving them out.

Convoy Interdiction

- Improved coordination of our submarines will let them strike at trade convoys en route. Disrupting the enemy's supply lines will give us the strategic advantage.

Submarine Offensives

- Reaching the pinnacle of communication between our submarines allows them to go on the offensive. Let us destroy the enemy trade convoys faster than they can replace them.

Carrier Primacy

- Modern aeroplanes have greater range and precision than ordinary naval guns. Integrate carriers into our fleet and dominate the seas from the sky.

Carrier Taskforces

Organized task forces with carriers and guided-missile cruisers ensure that the enemy will never catch us off guard.

Floating Airfield

- Improved integration of Carriers into our fleet keeps us prepared to strike from both sea and air. It is key that we dominate the air wherever we go.

Massed Strikes

- Pilots trained for carrier missions will allow even an overcrowded carrier to function smoothly, swarming the enemy and vastly improving their effectiveness in naval battles. A carrier needs to run like a well-oiled machine where everyone knows their role.

Carrier Strikegroups

- Carriers are able to strike at the enemy from a greater distance than any naval cannon and with eyes in the sky we will never be caught off guard. Carriers in mass is a force to be reckoned with.

The People's Unified Armed Forces divide its military forces into formation units according to the three levels of strategic, operational, and tactical formations:






Delegate of Defense


Field Marshal








Lieutenant Colonel




First Lieutenant


Second Lieutenant





Sergeant Major General


Command Sergeant Major


Sergeant Major


Staff Sergeant








Private First Class


Private Second Class







Army Corps

3+ Armies

829,440 Soldiers



24 Divisions

276,480 Soldiers



3 Brigades

11,520 Soldiers



3 Regiments

3,840 Soldiers



4 Battalions

1,280 Soldiers



4 Companies

320 Soldiers



8 Squads

80 Soldiers



2 Fire Teams

10 Soldiers


Fire Team


5 Soldiers

Koriyan Front I - Hana
• 14 Motor Rifle Divisions
• 8 Guards Motor Rifle Divisions
• 14 Armoured Divisions
• 8 Guards Armoured Divisions
• 6 Theatre Air Defense Brigades
• 4 Armoured Shock Divisions
• 6 Strategic Artillery Brigades
• 8 Cavalry S.O.F Divisions

Ulusic Front II - Dul
• 17 Motor Rifle Divisions
• 17 Armoured Divisions
• 7 Theatre Air Defense Brigades
• 7 Strategic Artillery Brigades

Eurabic Front III - Set
• 19 Motor Rifle Divisions
• 19 Armoured Divisions
• 4 Theatre Air Defense Brigades
• 6 Strategic Artillery Brigades

Hatalog Front IV - Net
• 18 Motor Rifle Division
• 18 Armoured Divisions
• 6 Theatre Air Defense Brigades
• 6 Strategic Artillery Brigades

Guatzunese Front V - Daseot
• 24 Guards Motor Rifle Divisions
• 24 Guards Armoured Divisions
• 18 Theatre Missile Force Brigades
• 6 Strategic Artillery Brigades
• 4 Armoured Shock Divisions
• 8 Cavalry S.O.F Divisions

Homeland Defense Front VI - Yeoseot
• 24 Motor Rifle Divisions
• 24 Strategic Rocket Brigades
• 10 Armoured Divisions
• 6 Theatre Air Defense Brigades
• 8 Theatre Missile Force Brigades
• 10 Strategic Artillery Divisions

Civil Defense Militas VII - Ilgop
• 50 Civil Defense Divisions
• 200 Civil Defense Brigades

Air Army VIII - Yaset
• 24 Aviation Fighter Divisions
• 16 Aviation Bomber Divisions
• 13 Strategic Air Defense Corps

Total Air Divisions: 231
Total Land Divisions: 422
Army Divisions: 372
Milita Divisions: 50
Milita Brigades: 200

Overview of the Erudian Army Division organization.

Carrier Strike Group
- 12,176 Sailors
Capital Ships:
- 1 x Huiwon Class Supercarrier
- 8 x Yangcho Class Guided Missile Cruiser
Screen Ships:
- 10 x Han Class Guided Missile Destroyer
- 12 x Teipei Class Guided Missile Frigate

Expeditionary Force Battle Group
- 12,980 Sailors
Capital Ships:
- 1 x Jyeon Class Heavy Battleship
- 3 x Misosaki Class Guided Missile Battlecruiser
- 4 x Pyeon Class Amphibious Assault Ship
Screen Ships:
- 7 x Han Class Guided Missile Destroyer
- 11 x Teipei Class Guided Missile Frigate

Aviation Fighter Division
- 1708 Pilots
Air Superiority Aircraft:
- 360 Chandu-42D Multirole Strike Fighters
- 288 Changdu-30 Stealth Fighters
Ground Attack Aircraft:
- 288 Xian Q-7A Fighter-Bombers
Airborne Radar:
- 31 KJ-2007 AEWAC

Strategic Air Defense Corps
- 1156 Pilots
Interceptor Aircraft:
- 488 Changdu-23 4.5 Generation Supersonic Interceptor
- 192 Changdu-22C 3rd Generation Singlejet High-Altitude Interceptor
Airborne Radar:
- 68 KJ-2007 AEWAC
Airborne Refuelling:
- 34 KJ-1984 Stratotanker

Aviation Bomber Division
- 3168 Pilots
Deep-Penetration Bomber Aircraft:
- 72 Nanchang Q-7 Supersonic Penetration Bomber
- 48 Nanchang Q-2 Stealth Bomber
- 24 Nanchang Q-1N Stealth Bomber
Strategic Bomber Aircraft:
- 432 Nanchang Q-19E Strategic Bomber
Ground Attack Aircraft:
- 288 Xian Q-7A Fighter Bomber
Airborne Radar:
- 96 KJ-2007 AEWAC
Airborne Refuelling:
- 120 KJ-1984 Stratotanker

Civil Defense Division
- 10,300 Manpower
- 960 Logistics Trucks & LAVs
Fire Support:
- 360 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 240 Type-23 Towed Autocannon
- 120 Type-85 Recoilless Rifle
- 25 Battle Trains

Civil Defense Brigade
- 1,030 Manpower
- 96 Logistics Trucks & LAVs
Fire Support:
- 72 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 48 Type-23 Towed Autocannon
- 24 Type-85 Recoilless Rifle
- 5 Battle Trains

Motor Rifle Division
- 11,200 Manpower
- 12,000 Serial. 79 Tactical Dolls
- 960 Logistics Trucks & LAVs
Light Armour:
- 32 Yángshuň Armored Reconnaissance Vehicle
- 52 Byeoljali I Light Tank
Motorized SPAAA:
- 60 Honqi-39 Tactical Area Defense Vehicle
Towed Artillery:
- 300 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 240 S230 Field Howitzer
- 180 S85 Automatic Mortar
- 180 Type-23 Towed Autocannon
- 300 Z94 Medium Utility Helicopter
- 144 Changdu-4 Medium Utility Helicopter
- 96 Baegsaeggwang-3 Light Utility Helicopter
- 64 Z76 Heavy Utility Helicopter

Guards Motor Rifle Division
- 10,500 Manpower
- 12,000 Serial. 79 Tactical Dolls
- 875 Logistics Trucks & LAVs
- 240 Type-53 APC
- 120 Type-55 IFV
Light Armor:
- 32 Yángshuň ARV
- 52 Byeoljali I Light Tank
Armoured SPAAA:
- 48 Type-83 All-Weather Radar Guided Self-Propelled Anti-Air Artillery
Motorized Rocket Artillery:
- 60 K20 MRLS
- 24 K22 Universal MRLS
Towed Artillery:
- 300 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 240 S230 Field Howitzer
- 180 S85 Automatic Mortar
- 180 Type-23 Towed Autocannon
- 300 Z94 Medium Utility Helicopter
- 152 Changdu-4 Medium Utility Helicopter
- 96 Z114 Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 60 Baegsaeggwang-4 Light Attack Helicopter

Tank Division
- 8600 Manpower
- 10,000 Type-22 "Jůrén" Combat Robots
- 800 Type-25E Artillery-Bearing Platforms
- 720 Logistics Trucks & LAVs
- 120 Type-53 APC
- 100 Type-55 IFV
Mechanized Support Fighting Vehicle:
- 72 Type-94Z TSFV
Light Armor:
- 80 Dokkaebi Light Tank
- 72 Byeoljali I Light Tank
- 240 Type-94 MBT
Armoured SPG:
- 72 K99 Hanwha SPG
Armored SPAAA:
- 64 Honqi-7 Short-Range Low-Altitude Air Defense Carrier
- 48 Type-86 All-Weather Radar Guided Self-Propelled Anti-Air Gun
Towed Artillery:
- 150 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 120 S230 Field Howitzer
- 90 S85 Automatic Mortar
- 90 Type-23 Towed Autocannon
- 276 Z114 Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 144 Z14 Super Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 72 Jebi-1 Medium Attack Helicopter

Guards Tank Division
- 9000 Manpower
- 10,000 Type-22 "Jůrén" Combat Robots
- 800 Type-25E Artillery-Bearing Platforms
- 800 Logistics Trucks & LAVs
- 308 Type-57 IFV
- 152 Type-58 IFV
Mechanized Support Fighting Vehicle:
- 100 Type-94Z TSFV
- 80 Type-99 MBT
- 120 Type-95 MBT
Armoured SPG:
- 96 K99 Hanwha SPG
Armored SPAAA:
- 64 Honqi-7 Short-Range Low-Altitude Air Defense Carrier
- 24 Type-86 All-Weather Radar Guided SPAAG
Towed Artillery:
- 150 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 120 S230 Field Howitzer
- 90 S85 Automatic Mortar
- 90 Type-23 Towed Autocannon
- 276 Z114 Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 144 Z14 Super Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 60 Laebteo-1 Medium Attack Helicopter
- 12 Jebi-1 Medium Attack Helicopter

Armoured Shock Division
- 9600 Manpower
- 8,400 Jůrén-2 Robotic Heavy Infantry
- 1,600 J-10 ACM Assault Fighter Platforms
- 900 Logistics Trucks & LAVs
- 308 Type-58 IFV
- 152 Type-57 IFV
Mechanized Support Fighting Vehicle:
- 155 Type-94Z TSFV
- 120 Type-99 MBT
- 80 Type-94AM MBT
Armoured SPG:
- 96 K99 Hanwha SPG
Armored SPAAA:
- 32 Type-83 All-Weather Radar Guided SPAAA
- 24 Type-86 All-Weather Radar Guided SPAAG
- 22 Honqi-27 SAM System
Armoured SPRA:
- 48 K94 Self-Propelled Thermobaric Rocket Tractor
Motorized Rocket Arty:
- 96 K22 Universal MRLS
- 48 K30 Heavy MLRS
Towed Artillery:
- 150 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 120 S230 Field Howitzer
- 90 S85 Automatic Mortar
- 90 Type-23 Towed Autocannon
- 276 Z114 Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 144 Z14 Super Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 80 Laebteo-32 Heavy Attack Helicopter
- 52 Z26 Tandem Rotor Super Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 24 Laebteo-1 Medium Attack Helicopter

Theatre Air Defense Brigade
- 5000 Manpower
- 1250 Logistic Trucks & LAVs
Motorized SPAAA:
- 64 Honqi-40 Medium-to-Long Range SAM System
- 32 Honqi-22 Short-Medium Range SAM System
- 32 Honqi-39 SAM System
- 24 Honqi-6 Motorized Surface-to-Air Missile Carrier
Towed AAA:
- 180 Type-23 Towed Autocannon

Theatre Missile Force Brigade
- 4000 Manpower
- 360 Logistic Trucks & LAVs
Motorized SPAAA:
- 36 Honqi-22 Short-Medium Range SAM System
- 28 Honqi-6 Motorized Surface-to-Air Missile Carrier
- 28 Honqi-39 Tactical Area Defense Vehicle
Motorized Rocket Arty:
- 96 K24 Weishi MRLS
- 48 K33 Truck-Mounted Self-Propelled Multiple Rocket Launcher System
Towed Rocket Artillery:
- 144 K65 Towed Rocket Artillery
Tactical Ballistic Missiles:
- 48 YN-16 SCUD Surface-To-Surface Launchers

Cavalry Special Operations Forces Division
- 9600 Manpower
- 400 Serial. 545 Tactical Doll
- 600 Logistic Trucks & LAVs
- 120 Suyeong-3 Amphibious Fighting Vehicle
- 240 Type-52 Wheeled Amphibious APC
Light Armour:
- 52 Byeoljali I Light Tank
- 26 Yángshuň ARV
Armoured SPAAA:
- 72 Type-83 All-Weather Radar Guided SPAAA
Towed Artillery:
- 360 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 280 S300 Towed Heavy Howitzer
- 140 S85 Automatic Mortar
- 140 S120 Field Mortar
- 400 Z94 Medium Utility Helicopter
- 200 Z114 Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 120 Z14 Super Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 48 Z26 Tandem Rotor Super Heavy Utility Helicopter
- 32 Laebteo-32 Heavy Attack Helicopter
- 16 Baegsaeggwang-4 Light Attack Helicopter

Strategic Artillery Brigade
- 3500 Manpower
- 300 Logistic Trucks & LAVs
Motorized SPG:
- 76 KA-42 Wheeled Self-Propelled Gun
Armoured SPG:
- 152 K99 Hanwha SPG
Towed Artillery:
- 400 S82 Tactical Mortar
- 128 S300 Towed Heavy Howitzer
- 64 S230 Field Howitzer

Strategic Rocket Brigade
- 3600 Manpower
- 300 Logistic Trucks & LAVs
Transport Erector Launchers:
- 120 Changjiang-20A Cruise Missiles
- 96 Donghai-12B SRBM
- 96 Donghai-13C SRBM
- 64 Donghai-1D MRBM
- 64 Donghai-2B MRBM
- 48 Donghai-30B ICBM
- 48 Donghai-70 ICBM