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Louis Marrero

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Commander in Chief

President Louis Marrero

Department of Defense (2000)

Chief of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Secretary of Supplies and Acquisition

Secretary of Public Relations

Secretary of Serviceman Welfare

Chief of Research and Development

Intelligence Community Chief

Chief Comptroller

Army Training Auditor

Navy Training Auditor

Air Force Training Auditor

Chief CIA and National Police Liaison

General Commander of CENTCOM

General Commander of SOUTHCOM

NBCENTCOM

Foreign Threat Analysis Detachment

1st Logistics Division

2nd Logistics Division

NBSOUTHCOM

1st South Logistics Detachment

2nd South Logistics Detachment

Department of the Army (30,000)

Army Chief of Staff

Army Secretary of Recruitment

Secretary of Border Defense

Army Chief Quartermaster

Chief Navy and Air Force Liaison

Army Chief Medical Officer

Command Sergeant Major of the Army

NBCENTCOM

1st General Purpose Division

Mechanized Infantry Division(Reserve)

Mountain Division(Reserve)

Border Security Division

Special Operations Detachment

Air Force Liaisoning Detachment

Intelligence Detachment

NBSOUTHCOM

Navy Liaisoning Detachment

2nd General Purpose Division

Army Officer's Training Division/Reserve Officer Training Division

Army's Cadet Battalion(Hartford Military College)

Army Reserve's Cadet Battalion (Hartford Military College)

Army Enlisted Training Division

Army's Recruit Battalion (Camp Ragged Mountain, New Britain)

Department of the Navy (2200)

Navy Chief of Staff

Navy Secretary of Recruitment

Navy Chief Quartermaster

Navy Chief Medical Officer

Command Sergeant Major of the Navy

NBSOUTHCOM

1st Marine Division(Reserve)

Beach and Coast Water Patrol Detachment

Beach Defenses Maintenance Detachment

Anti Piracy Detachment

Intelligence Detachment

Navy Officer's Training Division/Reserve Officer Training Division

Navy's Cadet Battalion (Hartford Military College)

Navy Reserve's Cadet Battalion (Hartford Military College)

Navy Enlisted Training Division

Navy's Recruit Battalion (Camp Seaworthy, Plainville)

Merchant Marine Fleet(Auxiliary)

Department of the Air Force (260)

Air Force Chief of Staff

Air Force Secretary of Recruitment

Air Force Chief Quartermaster

Air Force Chief Medical Officer

Command Sergeant Major of the Air Force

NBCENTCOM

Air Space Security Detachment

Aerial Logistics and Transportation Detachment

Foreign Air Operations Detachment

Anti Air Batteries System Maintenance Detachment

Air Force Officer Training Division/Reserve Officer Training Division

Air Force Cadet Company (Hartford Military College)

Air Force Reserve Cadet Company

Air Force Enlisted Training Division

Air Force Recruit Company (Camp Ragged Mountain, New Britain)

Basic Training in New Britain is compulsory to all eligible persons upon reaching 18 years of age. Actual military service is volunteer based. Eligible is defined as being a full citizen of New Britain, being in good physical condition, and of appropriate weight; being able to pass a standard physical screening, having vision correctable to 20/20, as well as having no crimes, minor or otherwise, listed in the applicant’s permanent record. Current percentage of population in the military is 6%. Persons eligible for military service are approximately 40% of the population. All statistics were compiled on 8/1/2011.

Force Organization, General Information, and Approximate Numbers, Approved for Public Release by the New Britain Department of Defense. All names withheld.

Signed,

Chris Galleon

General Galleon, Chief of Joint Chiefs

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Eh? Oh, I get it. Your nation has standards for the army. My nation consists of a bunch of abrasive drunks, so our standards are particularly low... in the sense that they are completely non-existing.

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Eh? Oh, I get it. Your nation has standards for the army. My nation consists of a bunch of abrasive drunks, so our standards are particularly low... in the sense that they are completely non-existing.

Its nearly the same in the UTTR...

Most of the people are tea addicts and the remaining maniaks are put into ships, tanks and fighter jets just to give them something to play with so that they shut up. Works quite well so far

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I just give the most annoying ones a uniform and throw them at enemy machine guns.

sounds like this is part of your cutting pensions policy :P

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There must be...some commanders, discipline, benefits... I mean...a force without discipline? Without anyone to tell them what to do? No compensation for your family if you die? It's unfathomable...it's deplorable...it's inhumane, it's, it's, IT'S...*headsplosion*

(OMGWTFBBQ MAH MILITARY'S GAWN)

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(Kinda ironic how I made this and then *bam* military reset the day after)

Public Dispatch

Taxes increased by 20% today to compensate the families of the servicemen who mysteriously disappeared over-night. And to buy more tanks.

Signed,

Louis Marrero

Louis Marrero, President

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...a force without discipline?

^^ Well, our people naturally have good morales and values and are all on the same page, so there's no need for discipline. :) They're all SHINING examples of a perfect FORCE.

;)

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The Generals of Balamb declare them legitimate, however. They are, currently, experiencing a tremendous hangover and still think it is 2 days ago. Just give them some time and things will work themselves out. All will be good. Hide the liquor in the secret spot... Yes - that secret spot!

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