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The Ancient Baptist Republic of New Waldensia

“Lux lucet in tenebris”

Category: Inoffensive Centrist Democracy
Civil Rights:
Good
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Excellent

Regional Influence: Enforcer

Location: Republic of Conservative Nations

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Texoma Military (1910: Iron and Blood)

Additional factbooks: Texoma Politics, Texoma Demographics, Texoma Overview.

Texoma Armed Forces

Map:

Eligible Manpower: 4,200,000
Active Troops: 68,520

    45,000 Army [+5 new brigades, new total of 60,000]
    17,520 Navy (13,120 sailors + 4,000 maintenance/base personnel)
    6,000 Rangers (elite equivalent to Marines) [+2 new brigades, new total of 8,000]

Army:
3 1,000-man regiments per brigade. 3 brigades per division.

    (Mississippi Division)
    3rd Infantry Brigade: Coastal Louisiana
    8th Infantry Brigade: Mississippi River Arkansas-Louisiana
    6th Infantry Brigade: Coastal Louisiana
    (Northern Division)
    1st Cavalry Brigade: northern Arkansas and northeastern Oklahoma (mounted)
    5th Cavalry Brigade: western Oklahoma and Texas panhandle (mounted)
    5th Infantry Brigade: northern New Mexico
    (Central Division)
    9th Infantry Brigade: Fort Hood, Texas
    2nd Infantry Brigade: Fort Hood, Texas
    2nd Cavalry Brigade: Fort Hood, Texas (mounted)
    (Southern Division)
    3rd Cavalry Brigade: Laredo, Texas (mounted)
    4th Infantry Brigade: Brownsville, Texas
    1st Infantry Brigade: Coastal Texas
    (Western Division)
    10th Infantry Brigade: southeastern New Mexico and southwestern Texas
    7th Infantry Brigade: southern New Mexico
    4th Cavalry Brigade: Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas (mounted)

* each brigade has one battalion of Artillery attached, with one 50-man battery attached to each regiment, for a total of 135 machine guns, 135 field guns and 2,250 artillerists
* except for mounted brigades, each artillery battery has three Gatling or M1895 Colt machine guns (or a mix), and three 3" M1902 field guns
* in mounted brigades, each artillery battery has three Gatling or M1895 Colt machine guns (or a mix), and three 1.65" or 3" Hotchkiss Mountain Guns (or a mix)
* standard weaponry: 5-round Springfield M1903 Rifle, 8-round Colt M1905 .45ACP pistol

Navy: 67 ships, 12,550 sailors plus 4,400 maintenance/base/etc personnel

    1 dreadnought battleship (crew of 1100)
    4 pre-dreadnought battleships (crew of 750)
    5 armored cruisers (crew of 850)
    2 protected cruisers (crew of 400)
    8 destroyers (crew of 100)
    18 torpedo boats (crew of 50)
    6 submarines (crew of 25)
    8 gunboats (crew of 100)
    15 river gunboats (crew of 50)

Naval bases at Houston, Corpus Christi, New Orleans, and a Mississippi River squadron at Baton Rouge

Rangers: 6,000

    Cherokee Ranger Brigade: Fort Sill, Lawton, Oklahoma
    Texas Ranger Brigade: Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas
    Frontier Ranger Brigade: Fort Santa Fe, New Mexico
    Arkansas Ranger Brigade: Fort Little Rock, Arkansas
    Cajun Ranger Brigade: Camp Beauregard, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    Coastal Ranger Brigade: Fort Houston, Texas
    Ranger Artillery Brigade (600 men, 36 machine guns and 36 field guns)

* Ranger Brigades are organized into two 450-man regiments, one mounted and one foot
* Artillery Brigade is divided into two regiments; each regiment has one battalion attached to each Ranger Brigade, with one 4-gun 50-man battery attached to each Ranger Regiment
* in foot regiments, each artillery battery has three Gatling or M1895 Colt machine guns (or a mix), and three 3" M1902 field guns
* in mounted regiments, each artillery battery has three Gatling or M1895 Colt machine guns, and three 1.65" or 3" Hotchkiss Mountain Guns (or a mix)
* standard weaponry: 5-round Springfield M1903 Rifle, 8-round Colt M1905 .45ACP pistol

Army Reserves / State Militias: 9,000 / 36,500

    Texas - 4,000 / 16,000
    Oklahoma - 2,000 / 7,000
    Louisiana - 1,200 / 6,000
    Arkansas - 1,600 / 6,500
    New Mexico - 200 / 1,000

Naval Reserves: 3,200

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