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The Republic of Mirum- Military Infrastructure and Bases

MAIN FACILITIES

DESIGNATION

BASE NAME

LOCATION

PURPOSE

STATUS

SIZE (AREA)

POPULATION

Harbor Alpha

Portmont Naval-Air Station

Portmont

Joint Naval-Air Station

Active

10 MI2

~20K

Base One

Eleyta Command Center

Eleyta

Command Post / Airfield

Active

10 MI2

~18K

NatCom

Dawn Fortress National Military Command Center

25 miles NE of Portmont

Command Post / Airfield

Active

5 MI2

~10K

Site 15

Mountainside Proving Ground

Golden Sand Desert

Testing Facility

Active

15 MI2

~5K

Harbor Beta

Eleyta Naval Station

Eleyta

Naval Harbor

Active

5 MI2

-~2.5K

Site 51

Iron Shield National Missile Command Center

45 miles West of Portmont

Command Post

Active

15 MI2

~5K


DEFENSIVE INFRASTRUCTURE

NAME

DESCRIPTION

Coastal Defense Complex One

A series of concrete trenches, bunkers, and coastal artillery mounts that stretch across Mirum's coastline that is supported by a big wall. The complex goes around (behind) cities and settlements on the coast, but all roads and railways do pass through checkpoints that are usually open but can be closed in the event of an emergency. The complex is usually not staffed except for guard patrols, but can comfortlyaccommodate large amounts of soldiers during times of war.

ICBM Missile Silos

ICBM missile silos are compounds scattered throughout the country that hold multiple (in some cases, up to four) ICBMs for use on offense or defense. These structures are subterranean, with only the covered opening of the launch tube itself and the entry door being visible above ground.

Cruise Missile Silos

Cruise Missile Silo are compounds scattered throughout the country that hold multiple (up to 36, in some cases) cruise missiles for defensive purposes. Unlike ICBM silos, they are partially above ground, with most being disguised as Linkoil tanks or other large surface shelters in military bases.

Bunker Networks

Linked subterranean bunkers are usually 'hidden' beneath large cities for civilians to retreat to in the event of an attack on the city.
Separate bunkers are provided for military and government officials.

The Republic of Mirum

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