by Max Barry

Latest Forum Topics

Advertisement

3

DispatchFactbookMilitary

by The Confederation of Norse Inuit Union. . 95 reads.

Military

If you are wondering, I did indeed spend money on the roblox outfits for the military, and I don't regret it. Also sorry for the big pictures but I resized the ones that I found online that were too big the best I could on google drawings. Images may take awhile to load.

Also not all the soldiers have white skin, I just used that skin as the majority of people have Asian characteristics and white skin but 45% of them don't and have more brownish skin and look Inuit

Images have been resized

Introduction
Every adult, including both males and females (It used to be only males), must join the military and have military training. P.E is also required for people who want to graduate high school and they must take it during all their years of school to make them fit when they will eventually join the army. At least once a month, every adult will serve in the military for a day or more, but after that, they return to their normal life and job. This has always been the North Polean way, except for the part of females having to serve too which is fairly recent. Children in schools also learn how to make guns and disassemble and rebuild them, which helps the NIU as they don’t have to buy foreign guns abroad when they can just buy them once and learn how to reproduce them. Some schools have also been introducing classes on how to make military helmets and military uniforms. The NIU also engages in gun trafficking, especially at the Alaskan border, and even though there have been efforts to stop it, it still continues. That is how so many U.S made guns get into the NIU even though the U.S does not trade much with the NIU.

Military from 1300-1455
Notice
Because in the early days of the NIU there were few trees (and at present there are more but still not a lot), so the NIU would go on expeditions to lands in North America that had them to get wood and they would sometimes run into conflict with the natives.

Chainmail Armor
Chainmail armor is armor made from small metal rings that are linked together. It was popular through the 3rd century BC and 16th century AD. This is one of the main pieces of armor the Norse wore and it was the main armor the North Poleans wore.

Lamellar Armor
Lamellar Armor is armor made from rectangle plates and could be made from a variety of materials, from steel to leather. It was worn through most of Asia and Eastern Europe. Lamellar Armor was not the main armor used but it was used by the Norse who gathered them from the Baltic lands. Some in the NIU would wear this armor and it would be seen as an elite armor.

Most Common Outfit
The most common outfit would be chainmail under a fur coat, due to the cold of the Arctic.

Snow Goggles
Snow goggles are eyewear worn by the Inuit and the Yupik peoples. They are worn to prevent snow blindness (Photokeratitis) and they were made from wood (mainly driftwood), bone, walrus ivory, and reindeer antlers. This would be worn alongside armor a lot of the time.

Norse Swords
Norse swords looked different from other European weapons, as they tended to have a smaller handguard, but not all of them were like this. They were around 90 centimeters long and they were sometimes decorated with patterns. The hilts of the swords were in many shapes made out of metals like silver and gold and iron, bones, or antlers. The blades had blood grooves running along the middle which saved materials and made the sword lighter.

Norse Spears
Spears were the most commonly used weapons of the Norse. Some spears were barbed spears which were spears that had what can be described as wings at the bottom of the spearhead. Spears could also be used for throwing. Most spears had a wooden shaft and the spearhead was made of metal.

Inuit Spears
Inuit spears were usually made for hunting. The tip of the spear would be made of stone, ivory, or bone. This changed when the Norse arrived and they started using Norse spears for war. They also used spear throwers made of woodThe most well-known spear the Inuit would use would be the harpoon. They had a foreshaft made of Ivory and the tip would be made of stone, ivory, bone, antler, or an animal's fang and the spear had a rope attached to it. Even when the Norse arrived harpoons would still be used for hunting fish, but the tips would be made of metal.

Norse Bows
The Norse used bows for war and hunting and they were in the shape of a D, made from young trees. Some were 190 centimeters long and 3.8 centimeters wide. They had a single string notch cut into their right side just below the bend. The string was tied to a lower end with a complicated multiple knot. They also bent the tips of the bow which was achieved by steaming the wood. However, Inuit bows were mainly used instead due to them not being able to find most of the material used to make a Norse bow not being found there.

Inuit Bows
Some of the Inuit bows were in the shape of a C but some were in the shape of a D, It depended on the various Inuit cultures. The Inuit lacked the more elastic timber to make a bow in their climate but they were able to still make very deadly bows. Using spruce wood for the bow would not work due to it not being that elastic but it could still be used for the belly of the bow. Driftwood and animal parts were also used. The back of the bow was made of caribou sinews twisted into cables. Glue made from animals was used to attach the sinews to the back of the bow. Due to the mechanical properties of the sinew-backed bow, it needed frequent adjustments. This could have been done by twisting the backing tables using short rods of wood or animal material like bone or ivory. These unique bows were powerful enough to kill a polar bear.

The arrows were also unique as they could kill little animals without leaving much of a hole in them. Arrows used to be made from sharp animal parts and the heads were decorated and the size of the arrow depended on what you were trying to kill.

Norse Axes
Axes were basically just a wooden pole with a pointy edge made from metal, that mainly being iron. Most axes were just used for cutting down trees but some were used for combat. Some axes were also decorated.

Norse Knife
These knives could be in numerous different shapes but had a wooden handle and a blade, some bigger than others.

Inuit Snow Knifes
The Inuit snow knife gets its name as it is what the inuit used to make igloos. Before the arrival of the norse the edge of the snow knife was made from bone or horns.

Norse Shields
These shields were made of thin planking which formed the circular shape of the shield and a dome in the middle made of iron These shields were also mounted alongside ships. They would also be commonly decorated. These shields were usually 80-90 centimeters long in diameter. Sometimes these shields would also be covered in animal skin.

Norse Longship
Norse Longships were 65 feet wide and weighed 20 tons. They were long, narrow, and wide and built for speed. They went from 30-35 kilometers per hour. These were some of the fastest ships for their time.


Military from 1455-1803
The Uniforms from 1455 from 1803 were a white waistcoat, black coat, and red hand bands, and a black beret. Later on in the 1600s, Tricornes were worn and military generals started wearing wigs. Uniforms from 1455-1922 were not commonly worn in the NIU and traditional Inuit fur coats were preferred due to the cold environment of the arctic. However, I will be showing the uniforms that were worn when the weather was right anyways.

NIU model 1512
The NIU model 1512 was a flintlock pistol that was 14 inches long. It could shoot up to 82 yards. Over the years this gun was improved upon to shoot further.

NIU Cannon model 1532
This was a cannon that could shoot at 750 yards but usually shot at 467 yards. It was 3 feet and 670 pounds. When there were other cannons made after this it would usually fire at 1,000 yards until the cannon made in 1798.

NIU model 1555
NIU model was a 52 inch flintlock musket that was the main weapon of the NIU until 1665. It could shoot to a maximum of 89yards but usually shot at 69 yards away.

The Black Pearl
The Black Pearl was the main battle ship of the NIU that was made in 1515 and used until 1875. It was a very advanced ship that weighed 1,450 tons and had 16 cannons. It could travel 9 knots and 350 miles per day.

NIU model 1665
This was a shorter musket that was 35 inches with a short barrel. It however could shoot a target a maximum of 150 yards but usually shot at 87 yards away and it replaced the model 1555 until 1801. There were a lot of advancements to this gun up until 1801 where it was replaced.

NIU Cannon model 1798
This cannon weighed 1,587 pounds, 5 feet, and shot at a distance of 2,823 yards, very far for its time.

NIU model 1801
This was a flintlock musket that, if the marksmen was trained well enough, could shoot to 900 yards. It was 44 inches long.

Military from 1803-1920
As with the previous section, traditional Inuit fur coats were mostly worn but these were some of the uniforms worn when the weather was right.

Military Uniforms from 1807-1820
These uniforms were inspired by the Napoleonic era but did not last long. They were like the uniforms from 1455, they had a black coat with a white waistcoat underneath. The generals wore tricornes with a wig, while normal soldiers just wore a black beret.

Thor's Thunder
Thor's Thunder was a blunderbuss invented in 1802, there were previous ones made but none as powerful as this one. It shot up to a range at 60 yards. It was 30 inches long.

Military Uniforms from from 1820-1920
They wore a warm black cotton wool-padded jacket, with a Shako, sometimes with or without a red feather. Black berets and black ushankas were also worn. These were worn more commonly as they were warmer than previous uniforms. General wore bicornes with no wig or gold, unlike previous uniforms. Wearing gold was especially controversial as it symbolized someone of a higher status and that was seen as too feudal. They finally got rid of them in 1820.

Remington Model 1858
The Remington Model 1858 was an American single-action, six-shot revolver. It was a .44 caliber with a barrel of 8 inches. It was 13.25 inches. It could shoot up to 75 yards.

Jörmungandr Ironclad Ship
The Jörmungandr Ironclad Ship was a Ironclad ship that weighed 534 tons and traveled at 9.3 km per hour. It had a crew of 253 people. This ship was inspired by the USS Cairo that was used in the American Civil War. This would be used until 1900.

Winchester Model 1873
The Winchester 1873 was an American /44-40 or 38-40 caliber lever action rifle. This rifle and its later models are often called “the rifle that won the west”. The caliber was 20 inches and the barrel at 24 inches. It shot up to 100 yards.

Colt Model 1889
The Colt 1889 was an American .38 caliber revolver and it was the first double action revolver. It used a swing-out cylinder. It was 11.5 inches and shot at 65 yards. It held 6 rounds.

Thor’s Hammer Model 1890
Thor's Hammer Model 1890 was an NIU double action .38 caliber revolver. It was 12 inches and shot up to 77 yards. It held 6 rounds.

Winchester Model 1894
The Winchester Model 1894 was a lever-action rifle that can hold multiple carriages. It is 37.8 inches long and can shoot up to 150-200 yards. This rifle was used all the way to 1920 by the military, when it would later be replaced by a Norse Inuit Union made lever-action rifle that could shoot further.

Ironside Rifle 1895
The Ironside Rifle is a North Polean bolt-action rifle that is 55.1 inches long. It was made in 1895 and uses the NIU 7.78x56 carriage. It was used all the way until 1947.

Featherston Model 1903
The Featherston Model 1903 is NIU lever-action rifle that can hold multiple carriages. It is 35 inches long and could shoot up to an effective range of 500 meters and a maximum of 3,825 yards. Magazines would later be added to this weapon in 1905. The magazine could hold 6 rounds. This would also be an improvement from later lever-action rifles as it would jam less and generally be more reliable. It was used all the way up to 1947.

NIU1911
The NIU1911 is a recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol that uses the .45 ACP cartridge and is 7.5 inches long. It was made in 1911. It is based on the Colt 1911, but with some changes. It shoots 55 meters. It holds 7 rounds. This weapon would be used by the NIU unit 2003. As time goes on there would be different variants of this gun.

The Bathory
The Bathory was a battleship made in 1915 that was 378 feet long and It traveled 35 km per hour. It had 24 officers and 801 other men. It would stop being used in 1947.


Military from 1920-2000

Notice
Note that the Ironside Rifle 1895, Featherston Model 1903, The Bathory Ship, were all used until 1947. The NIU1911 would be used all the way to 2003.

Military Uniforms from 1920-1970
NIU military uniforms consisted of a black helmet, a black webbing harness, and a white cotton wool-padded jacket. It would also sometimes use a helmet called the shell helmet (and you will see later in 2000 there would be another helmet made with this same name). The outfit also came with a hood.


Shell Helmet is the one on the far left.

Aipaloovik 1922
The Aipaloovik 1922 is a submachine gun with a fire rate of 800-900rpm. It has a caliber of .43×23mm. It is 855 meters long and has a firing range of 212 feet. It held 30 rounds and was used from 1922-1975.

Týr 1934 Tank
The Týr 1934 Tank was the main tank of the NIU from 1934-1967. It could go 150 km per hour and it weighed 12.348 tons. It could shoot at a range of 3000 meters.

Military Uniforms from 1935-1970
Military Uniforms consisted of a white cotton wool-padded jacket that was whiter than the one from 1920, a brown harness, an uniquely shaped white helmet, and later in ww2 a white M1 helmet, at least on the Eastern Front when they fought alongside the Soviets. The M1 helmet and this outfit would become the standard outfit until 1970.

Ares 39 Machine Gun
The Ares 42 Machine Gun was an NIU Machine Gun made in 1939. It was 1,300 meters long, shot 1,500 rpm, shot 500-2500 meters, and was 7.92x57mm caliber. It was used until from 1939-2000 and over that span it would be improved upon.

Sedna Battleship
The Sedna Battleship was a battleship made in 1940. It weighs 240,000 pounds and travels 3,000 ft per second and up to 30 miles. It is still used today and is also the main battleship to this day.

Ilyushin Il-2
The Ilyushin Il-2 was a Soviet ground-attack aircraft that was first tested in 1939 but used in 1941. The NIU bought these planes from the USSR and sometimes the USSR gave them to the NIU as gifts as these two nations were allies.

This aircraft was 38 ft long, 48 ft in wingspan, and weighed 700kg. It was armored very well.

1941-2000 Pilot uniforms

Berserker 1944
The Berserker 1944 is an assault rifle that isn't exactly based on the German StG 44, but the method for making it and its mechanism was used to help make this gun and it was improved upon. It had a fire rate of 700-830 rounds per minute and shot at 470 meters. It was a 7.66x40 caliber rifle that was 830 meters long. This was used from 1944-1994.

Western and Pacific Front Uniforms
The outfits on the western and Pacific front were a brown cotton wool-padded jacket with packets, a black belt, and a black helmet. Some wore a harness, but not all. As there were not really enough places to put ammo in for a lot of soldier, there would be several members of the military whose job was to carry bags full of ammo for the army. These uniforms would not be used again and were only used from 1942 to 1945.


Dragunov Sniper Rifle
The Dragunov Sniper Rifle, also known as the SDV-63, is a Soviet semi-automatic sniper rifle made in 1963 and was used by the NIU from 1963-1996. It is 48.2 inches long, 7.62x54mmR caliber, and shoots 875 yards.

Uniforms from 1970-2000

The uniforms used would have a gray helmet, goggles, and mask to protect them from the cold and snow. They used the NIU 1970 arctic-resistant uniform.

Canadian C8 Carbine
The Canadian C8 Carbine is basically a copy of the American M4 Carbine, but as the U.S wouldn't trade with the NIU, they settled for the C8 Carbine. They didn't have to buy too much from Canada as they were able to take it apart and learn how to make it themselves.


C8 with Special Stealth Unit (SSU) cammo.

The Gun 840 meters long, 5.56x45 mm NATO caliber, shoots at a rate 700-950 rpm (rounds per minute), a range of 360 meters, and holds 30 rounds. It was introduced in 1994.

Accuracy International AWM
The Accuracy International AWM rifle, commonly called the AWSM, is a bolt action sniper rifle made by Accuracy International and is made to be used in the conditions of the arctic and was produced in 1996. It is chambered in .338 Lapua Magnum, 4 ft and 2 inches, and depending on the variant, shoots from 1,100-2475 meters.

P-96
The P-96 is a Russian made pistol produced in 1998. It is 9x17mm-9x18mm caliber, is 151-152 meters, and shoots 25-50 meters. The NIU usually makes the barrel of the gun in silver and not in black.


Military from 2000-Present

Notice
The date when the uniforms were made is also the year they came into service. The C8 Carbine, AWSM, and the P-96, are still in use.

Introduction to the modern military
The NIU has a small military of 10,000 people. Everyone in the NIU has military training at some point in their life, but unlike most military training, it only lasts for 6-ours each day and you are allowed to go home once you are done with the 6-hour training. The members of the military route every month. There are almost no restrictions on weapons that the public can have except for nuclear and chemical weapons. You can own a tank or a fighter jet if you wanted to. People also learn how to make guns in school and some schools have introduced making military helmets as well. Also, reserves are a bit different than other reserves as the reserves will be doing their normal jobs and be called into action if there is a war. Soldiers are very rigorously trained and a lot of them believe that if they die they will go to Valhalla so they do not fear death, so they are willing to fight to the death and have a sense of honor. You will see all the military unifroms for each branch under the military uniform section.

Army
The Army has 5,000 troops and 25,000 in reserve. One thing one must do is be in the arctic water for 20 seconds, be pepper sprayed, and be trained in combat and NIU martial arts.

Navy
The Navy has 2,000 troops and 15,000 in reserve. One thing one must do is similar to the army but you also have to swim in frozen water.

Air force
The Air force has 2,000 troops and 15,000 I'm reserve. The training is far less brutal than the other units. You mainly just need to know martial arts and how to fly.

Stealth Special Unit.
The SSU has 1,000 troops with 8,000 in reserve. There are many sub branches like the navy and airforce and the training is the most painful. One of the things all must do to become a member is be shot in the leg to know the pain of being shot. This branch was made in 2000.

Starad Uniform
The standard uniform is called the “NIU Combat Uniform” and protects the wearer very well from the conditions of the arctic. They wear two helmets, the shell helmet which is a small helmet that is able to fit the wearer's head and a helmet on top that comes from Canada called the “CG634 helmet”. They also wear a mask and goggles called the “Nanook’s protecting mask and Goggles” or the “NGPMG178”, however a normal arctic resistant white mask and goggles are also worn, and sometimes a hood is also worn.
The CG634 was made in 1997, the NIU Combat Uniform and the shell helmet were invented in 2000, and the NGPMG178 was made in 2006.
This is the uniform for the army and sometimes the navy.


The outfit on the very right shows the shell helmet and the NGPMG178.


pilot unifrom
This is the uniform for the airforce branch, it comes in white, green, and black. White is used when it’s cold and green when it is warmer. The black one is used by the Special Stealth Unit (SSU).

Ares 2000 Machine Gun
The Ares 2000 Machine Gun is a light machine gun inspired by the M240, but a bit lighter, and of course made in 2000. It is 46 inches long, uses 7.61x49mm cartridge, holds 70 rounds, shoots 800-959 rpm, and has a range of 900-2000 meters.

Hel 2000 Pistol
The Hel 2000 Pistol is a semi-automatic pistol invented in 2000. It shoots at a range of 70-120 meters, 7.5 inches, and uses 9x19mm cartridge.

Sedna 2000 Cruiser
The Sedna 2000 Cruiser is 230,000 pounds and it goes 70 km/h and it was made in 2000.

Urban Uniform
The Urban Uniform is made for Urban combat. The name of this uniform is called the “NIU Urban Combat Uniform” and “NIU Urban Combat Helmet”. This uniform was invented in 2005. This is a uniform for the army branch.

Non-Snow Uniform
It isn’t always snowing in the NIU so there have been uniforms made to blend in with the grass and dirt. This uniform is called the “NIU Natural Combat Uniform”. The grass in the NIU usually isn’t that green so neither is the uniform. This uniform also uses a USA “ECH” or a “NIU Dent Helmet”. They also wear a tactical mask and goggles. The “NIU Natural Combat Uniform” was made in 2000, along with the Dent Helmet. The “ECH” was in service in the USA in 2012 and it was smuggled into the NIU. These are uniforms for the army branch, except for the one pilot uniform you will see which is for the air force.


The NIU Dent Helmet is the uniform on the far left and right.

Special Stealth UnitUniform
The “NIU Special Stealth UnitUniform” is called just that. They are used by a specially trained unit that is very well trained in stealth and combat. They wear the “NIU Stealth Uniform'' and a black CG634 along with a tactical mask and goggles. This uniform is used by the SSU.

Snipers Uniforms
The Sniper Uniform either consists of a white or brown ghillie suit or the “NIU Arctic Conditioned Sniper Unifrom”. The “NIU Arctic Conditioned Sniper Uniform” was made in 2003. This uniform is used by the army and sometimes the navy.


NIU Arctic Conditioned Uniform on the far right.

Navy Uniform
The Navy wears the “NIU Navy Uniform” or the “NIU Standard Uniform” depending on the weather. The “NIU Navy Uniform” comes with a black CG634 and the uniform was made in 2000. This uniform is of course used by the Navy.

Týr 2000 Tank
The Týr 2000 Tank is a tank that travels 30 mph in 3 seconds and weighs 60 tons. It can shoot up to 4000 meters and is electrically powered.

Silla Fighter Jet
This jet was made in 2000 and weighs 32,000 Ib and has a speed of 2,000 mph.

SND-67HN9
The SND-67HN9 is a vehicle made to travel the arctic. It is fast and goes 45 mph per 3 seconds. It was made in 2003. It is electrically powered. It weighs 6 tons.

FN SCAR
The FN SCAR is FN Herstal-made weapon that is gas-operated and is an automatic rifle and there are many different variants of this weapon. It was made in 2004 and the NIU was one of the earliest countries to buy this weapon. It uses the 5.56×45mm NATO round, is 32.5-35 inches, shoots 550-600 rounds per minute, holds 20 or more ammo, and has a range from 330-870 yards. This all depends on the variant being used.

TH-87BN6
This vehicle was made in 2005 and is mainly used in urban areas. It weighs 45 tons and goes 55 mph per 2.7 seconds. It is also electric powered and is made to fit more people.

AQU-67AN7
The AQU was made in 2006 and weighs 20 tons. It can fit 5 people and goes at a speed of 20 mph per 4 seconds. It is electrically powered.

Odin's Wrath
This vehicle is like a tank as it holds several missiles. It was made in 2007 and weighs 60 tons. It goes at a speed of 30 mph per 3 seconds. It is electrically powered.

Other Roblox Creations

img]https://i.ibb.co/BBfHTDb/21qw4teyruye54322-842572.png[/img]

RawReport