*Shady voice comes from a dark corner of SEA*
"Hey kid, want some burners?"
Tactical Variant: https://i.imgur.com/RLGQctB.png
Machine Pistol Variant: https://i.imgur.com/Hp1LZbW.png
Improved Mortar with Ballistics Computer: https://i.imgur.com/A9AXfZ7.png
Standard non-tactical pistol is 780 NSD, Tactical variant is 1,120 NSD, and Machine Pistol variant is 1,345 NSD. Standard capacity magazines (15 rounds) is 25.75 NSD each, High capacity magazines (33 rounds) are 45.25 NSD each.
All three variants have the 3 round burst select fire option.
After taking a look at Poland's military, I think I know how to structure my Army now...
The entire army is composed of 1 Corps. Said Corps is composed of 1 armored and 3 mechanized infantry divisions. Each division is composed of 4 'line' regiments of 3 mech. inf and 1 armored, or vice-versa. In addition, add on an artillery regiment, and an AA regiment.
In addition to the 1 Corps, there's also the Guards Division, composed of 3 Regimental Combat Groups-1 of light infantry, 1 of mechanized infantry, and 1 of armor. There are also 2 independent Light Infantry RCGs and 1 independent Mech. Inf RCG.
This adds up to:
-16 'line' regiments.
-8 artillery and AA regiments.
-5 Brigades/Regimental Combat Groups.
This also does not account for the 2 RCGs of the Navy, nor the air-defense units of the Air Force. I am also not accounting for all of the attachments that are needed to make an army run.
Quite a bit more expensive than the original Land Forces due to having a greater proportion of tanks, but Polish brigade composition is shockingly close to how I envisioned my regiments. It's just that the detachments they have are more temporary and assigned from the division HQ, instead of being permanent.
Also, obviously, far cheaper than my original 17-division, 17-brigade thing.
Perfect! I'm gonna make my app then. But first things first. I gonna change my flag...