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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #40 on: June 07, 2009, 04:05:33 AM »
Updated 07/06/09 by the Ministry of Defence.
« Last Edit: June 27, 2009, 08:23:49 AM by Kingdom of Mfasaland »

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #41 on: June 07, 2009, 01:05:15 PM »
The Artillery Corps


Organization:

Each Battalation in the Mfasan army has a artillery battery for support. A battery consists of 6-8 howitzers or 6-9 selfpropelled rocket launchers.
There are several types of artillery batteries:

Field Batteries - Light artillery, 100-200 men

Medium Batteries - Meduim Artillery, 100-200 men

Heavy Batteries - Heavy Artillery, 100-200 men

Light MLRS Batteries - Light, short range MLRS, 80-180 men

Heavy MLRS Batteries - Heavy, long ranged MLRS, 80-180 men

AA Batteries - AA Artillery, 100-200 men


Equipment:

Light Batteries - Uses the AS 130 mm Field Gun

Medium Batteries - Uses the AS 155 mm Howitzer or the SPA-1 self-propelled howitzer.

Heavy Batteries - Uses the AS 155 mm Howitzer or the SPA-1 self-propelled howitzer.

Light MLRS Batteries - Uses the AS LRL-1 short range MLRS system

Heavy MLRS Batteries - Uses the AS RL-27 long range MLRS system

AA Batteries - Uses the AS-SPAAG 1 AA system
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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #42 on: June 27, 2009, 08:09:04 AM »
Factbook Overhauled 27/06/09 by the Ministry of Defence.
« Last Edit: June 27, 2009, 08:24:10 AM by Kingdom of Mfasaland »

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #43 on: June 30, 2009, 05:32:11 AM »
1st Royal Parachute Brigade under Brigadier General Andrew Gordon is now combat ready.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #44 on: July 01, 2009, 12:36:46 AM »
Updated 01/06/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #45 on: July 04, 2009, 01:10:05 PM »
Updated 04/06/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #46 on: July 08, 2009, 02:53:38 AM »
Updated 08/06/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

Symbols of the Royal Army, Royal Air Force and Royal Navy has been added.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #47 on: July 29, 2009, 03:47:03 PM »
Updated 29/07/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #48 on: August 04, 2009, 03:59:44 PM »
The Royal Mfasan Navy




Ships by Class, Excluding River Patrol Ships:

Audacious - class Cruisers:

HMS Audacious (BC-001)
HMS King Mobuto I  (BC-002)


Centaur - class Light Aircraft Carriers:

HMS Indomitable (AC-101)
HMS Prince Royal (AC - 102)

Mfasaland - class Destroyers:

HMS Mfasaland (DD-201)
HMS Reverance (DD-202)
HMS Prince Mizenga (DD-203)
HMS Repulse (DD-204)
HMS Defence (DD-205)
HMS Queen Burusa (DD-206)


King Mobuto II - class Destroyers:

HMS King Mobuto II (D-101)
HMS Royal Defence (D-102)
HMS Faithful (D-103)
HMS Honorable (D-104)
HMS Defiant (D-105)
HMS St. George (D-106)
HMS St. Matthews (D-107)
HMS Livingstone (D-108)
HMS Obedient (D-109)
HMS Dauntless (D-110)
HMS Gallant (D-111)
HMS Vanguard (D112)


Nabu - class Frigates:

HMS Kilimanjaro (F-201)
HMS Lion (F-202)
HMS King Mobuto V (F-203)
HMS Narundi (F-204)
HMS Victoria (F-205)
HMS King Mizenga IV (F-206)
HMS Zanzibar (F-207)
HMS Swahili (F-208)
HMS General Mobuto Ngali (F-209)
HMS Tanganyika (F-210)
HMS Cheetah (F-211)
HMS Elephant (F-212)
HMS Leopard (F-213)
HMS Zebra (F-214)
HMS Gazelle (F-215)
HMS Lindi (F-216)
HMS Socotra (F-217) - Under Construction
HMS Tabora (F-218) - Under Construction


Lion - class Corvettes:

HMS Pelican (C-301)
HMS Hummingbird (C-302)
HMS Hedgehog (C-303)
HMS Patriarch (C-304)
HMS Guardian (C-305)
HMS Meerkat (C-306)
HMS Python (C-307)
HMS Elizabeth Henderson (C-308)
HMS James McArnolds (C-309)
HMS Chieftain (C-310)
HMS Seal (C-311)
HMS Christian Palmer (C-312)
HMS Bastion (C-313)
HMS Pride (C-314)
HMS Coral (C-315)
HMS Challenge (C-316)


Kirik - Class Submarines:

HMS Antelope (S-401)
HMS Crocodile (S-402)
HMS Askari (S-403)
HMS Dolphin (S-404)
HMS Eagle (S-405)
HMS Furious (S-406)


Kigoma - Class Minsweepers:

M-501
M-502
M-503
M-504
M-505
M-506
M-507
M-508
M-509
M-510


Eagle-class Coastal Patrol Boats:

CP-601
CP-602
CP-603
CP-604
CP-605
CP-606
CP-607
CP-608
CP-609
CP-610
CP-611
CP-612
CP-613
CP-614
CP-615
CP-616
CP-617
CP-618
CP-619
CP-620


Zanzibar - class Transports:

HMS Serengeti (TT-701)
HMS Eyasi (TT-702)
HMS Atlantic (TT-703)
HMS Ferret (TT-704)
HMS Star of Zanzibar (TT-705)


His Majety's Marine Corps

Royal Marine Division (16500) - Major General John Hertzog
Divisional HQ Battalion (300)
Divisional Signals Battalion (250)
Divisional Medical Battalion (450)

1st Royal Marine Brigade
- 1st Royal Marine Regiment - (3500)
- 2nd Royal Marine Regiment - (3500)

2nd Royal Marine Brigade
- 3rd Royal Marine Regiment - (3500)
- 4th Royal Marine Regiment - (3500)

Royal Marine Support Brigade
- 1st Royal Marine Logistics Regiment - (1500)


Deployment:

His Majesty's Marine Corps Command: - General Raphael Mkapa

- 1st Royal Marine Brigade - Naval Base Narundi

- Royal Marine Support Brigade - Naval Base Narundi

Northern Command: Vice Admiral Sir Arthur Gordon James

First Fleet -  Rear Admiral James Thatcher

- 1st Squadron - Based at Narundi Naval Base, Narundi

- 2nd Squadron - Based at Narundi Naval Base, Narundi

- 3rd Squadron - Based at Narundi Naval Base, Narundi

1st Submarine Fleet - Commodore Simon H. Foster

- 1st Submarine Squadron - Based at Prince Mizenga Naval Base, Lindi


Southern Command: - Vice Admiral James Thatcher

Second Fleet - Rear Admiral Joseph A. Izimbane

- 4th Squadron - Based at Port Amelia Naval Base, Pemba

- 5th Squadron - Based at Port Amelia Naval Base, Pemba

- 2nd Submarine Squadron - Based at Prince Mizenga Naval Base, Lindi

River Command: Rear Admiral Abraham Nkawa

River Fleet - Commodore Stephen Chamberlain

- 1st River Squadron - Based at Tanganiyka Base, Kigoma

- 2nd River Squadron - Based at Lake Victoria Base, Mwanza


Royal Marine Corps - Major General Gordon Augur

Royal Marine Brigade (10000) - Brigadier General Andy McAllister - Not Operational
HQ Battalion (150)
Signals Battalion (150)
Medical Battalion (200)
- 1st Royal Marine Armored Regiment (2500)
- 1st Royal Marine Regiment (3000)
- 2nd Royal Marine Regiment (3000)
- 1st Royal Marine Logistics Battalion (1000)

Deployment:
Royal Marine Corps - Narundi Naval Base


Major Bases:

Narundi Naval Base - Narundi

Prince Mizenga Naval Base - Lindi

Port Amelia Naval Base - Pemba

South Socotra Military Base - South Socotra

Qaysoh Naval Base - Qaysoh Enclave, Socotra


Shipyards:

Royal Narundi Naval Yard - Narundi

Lindi Naval Yard - Lindi
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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #49 on: August 04, 2009, 04:02:36 PM »
The Southern Command of the Royal Mfasan Navy has been relocated to the port city of Pemba.

Additional Info Sheet on the Royal Mfasan Navy Added, 04/08/09.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #50 on: August 06, 2009, 12:38:26 AM »
Updated 06/08/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #51 on: August 08, 2009, 01:22:56 PM »
Updated Information on 4th and 5th Infantry Division added to the Deployment Section, 08/08/09.

Added Pictures.
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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #52 on: August 11, 2009, 02:03:42 PM »
Updated 11/08/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #53 on: August 18, 2009, 01:32:05 AM »
Updated 18/08/09 by the Ministry of Defence

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #54 on: August 24, 2009, 05:03:42 AM »
Updated 24/08/09 by the Ministry of Defence

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #55 on: September 02, 2009, 04:48:24 AM »
Updated 02/09/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #56 on: September 21, 2009, 09:49:31 AM »
Updated 21/09/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #57 on: September 27, 2009, 12:36:36 AM »
Updated 27/09/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #58 on: October 07, 2009, 09:25:40 AM »
Updated 07/10/09 by the Ministry of Defence.

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Re: Mfasaland Military Factbook
« Reply #59 on: October 29, 2009, 12:45:23 PM »
The 7th Motorized Infantry Regiment has been renamed 7th "Queen's Hussars" Motorized Infantry Regiment in honor of Her Majesty the Queen.

An honor guard from this regiment will be formed for ceremonial duties.