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Military Info Hub


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New Periapsis Military Information Hub

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WARNING: THIS DISPATCH IS HEAVILY WIP

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Army Factbook Page: LINK
Navy Factbook Page: LINK
Air Force Factbook Page: LINK
Miscellaneous Military Branch Factbook Page: LINK
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List of MTF Divisions


MRE: Meal, Ready-to-Eat

PEK: Personnel Essentials Kit

IFAK: Individual First Aid Kit

ICMEK: Individual Critical Medical Emergency Kit (Extreme Trauma Field Response Kit, contrast with IFAK)

FRAK: Field Repair, Armor Kit

UPR: Universal Platform Rifle, compatible with AR and AK ammunition magazines

WAM Shield: Wearable and Arm-Mounted Lightweight Collapsible Ballistic Shield

NVG: Night Vision Gear (Wearable models typically have an effective range of 183 m or 200 yards internationally)

U-SI1: Universal Electromagnetic Spectrum Imager

Theia: Colorized Night Vision System (See Project "Colored Moonlight")

Flatworm: Flexible camera tool, typically used for vehicle checks and MTF response

Exo: Exoskeleton system

SpiderSense: Surface mounted miniature seismometer for detecting localized vibrations caused by movement, namesake originates from the fact initial tests could detect individual spider footsteps

Spatsa-12: Sedative agent

DigiBang: Reusable digital flashbang

Armordillo Sleeve: Bladed collapsible metal sleeve

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Standard MTF body armor plate

Standard Body Armor Plate Composition:
- Graphene sheets
- Unspecified biopolymers
- Diphenylmethane-4,4'diisocyanate (MDI)[2]
- Alpha-(2-aminomethylethyl)-omega-(2-aminomethylethoxy)-poly(oxy(methyl-1,2-ethanediyl))[3]
- Additional classified materials
- Poly (urea-urethane) elastomeric matrix
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Contrary to its public motivation to help unite the world through standardization of measurement, the nation of New Periapsis does not use the two most commonly recognized standards for body armor; those established by the US National Institute of Justice (NIJ) and the UK Center for Applied Science and Technology (CAST, formerly HOSDB). Instead, New Periapsis uses a set of similar standards called "Ballistic Protection Level" (BPL), "Bladed Weapon Protection Level" (BWPL), "Spiked Weapon Protection Level" (SWPL), and "Blunt Force Protection Level" (BFPL). As the US National Institute of Justice and UK Center for Applied Science and Technology are the current global standards for Ballistic Protection Levels and stab-proof vests respectively. As such, New Periapsis's body armor and protective plates are also labeled with "NIJ-BPL #", "CAST-KR #", and/or "CAST-SP #" for international convince.

Though the exact composition of New Periapsis's body armors is unknown, it is known that standard MTF body armor plates are a composite armor primarily made of graphene sheets, biopolymers from abalone nacre research, and other various classified materials along with a poly (urea-urethane) elastomeric matrix in order to allow the armor plate to self-repair. Additionally, the plates are given an Energy Resistant and Anti-Spall (ERAS) coating which strengthens the plate while helping to protect against explosives, shrapnel, and bullet fragmentation. With the inclusion of both a polymer containing microscopic air pockets and an unspecified nanofoam inside all standard MTF armor carriers, a user is able to survive repeated impacts from armor-piercing .50 caliber rounds and even larger caliber rounds or other ammunition types—such as the nation's Gauss weaponry. In addition to providing a high level of ballistic protection, the materials used in the standard armor is also able to protect against bladed weapons such as knives, spiked melee weapons, and blunt force trauma.

Although, despite offering a high BPL and impact absorption/resistance, using standard-issue body armor plates and carriers does not guarantee that the wearer will not receive minor injuries such as bruising or bone fractures when dealing with impacts up to 55,247 joules. It is also important to note that much like all other forms of equipment issued, armor plates and carriers require maintenance after (and potentially during) usage. Failure to maintain/repair armor will result in its eventual total loss of functionality and/or destruction. Regardless of the amount of care invested into equipment longevity, consistent use will lead to either the buildup of shrapnel embedded into the ERAS coating or even loss of the ERAS coating itself when dealing with projectiles with a higher kinetic energy; leaving the user at risk of injury from shrapnel, spall, and minor explosive shockwaves.





Mark 1 Handgun:

Ammunition Type: Conventional propellant (gunpowder), cased ammunition
Magazine Capacity: 30 rounds (standard clip)
Range: 800 m (2624.67 ft, 874.89 yd)
Mass (Dry): 1.1 kg (2.43 lb)
Caliber: 9 mm
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Mark 1 Rifle:

Ammunition Type: Conventional propellant (gunpowder), cased ammunition
Magazine Capacity: 20 rounds (standard clip)
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Mass (Dry): x.x kg (x.x lb)
Caliber: 5.56 mm
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Mark 1 Personal Defense Weapon:

Ammunition Type: Conventional propellant (gunpowder), cased ammunition
Magazine Capacity: 30 rounds (standard clip)
Range: 800 m (2624.67 ft, 874.89 yd)
Mass (Dry): 2.6 kg (5.73 lb)
Caliber: .30 carbine
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Mark 19 Gauss Sniper Rifle:

Projectile Propulsion System: Electromagnetic coil
Range: 3.474-3.475 km (2.19-2.2 mi, 3,800 yd)

Mark 1 Forearm Mounted Portable Minigun:


Mass (Dry): 12 kg (26.45 lb)
Windup time: 0.47 seconds
Rate of fire: Variable, 2,000–6,000 rpm
Maximum range: 1,000 m (3,280 ft, 1,093 yd)
Caliber: 7.62 mm
Barrels: 6

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Mark 3 Flamethrower:

Mass (Dry): x kg (x lb)
Maximum Range: 80 m (262.46 ft, 87.48 yd)
Fuel system: Removable pressurized cartridge and external tank connection
Fuel type: Various – gasoline, liquid methane, napalm
Usage: Tactical offensive weapon and biohazard response

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Firing System: Fire and Forget (FaF)
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"Mr. Claw":
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Attachment method: Compliant mechanisms utilizing pneumatic bladders
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Standard Flashlight:
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Effective range: 200 m (656 ft, 218.72 yd)
Brightness: 500 lumens
Light source: Light Emitting Diode (LED)
Lighting modes: Standard, adjustable variable brightness, strobe
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Power sources: Battery, direct connection
Battery life: 400 hours
Battery type: SIM-RIB
Additional features: Adjustable focus, reinforced window

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Typical calibration: 91.44 m (300 ft, 100 yd)
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Power sources: Battery, direct connection
Battery Life: 400 hours
Battery type: SIM-RIB

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Internal Memory: 1 TB
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Battery Life: 184 Hours
Battery type: SIM-RIB
Environmental Features:
- Waterproof (200 m crush depth rating)
- Hydrophobic
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- High impact resistance
- Shatterproof reinforced casing
- Tool protection
- High scratch resistance
- Glare resistant
- Total dust ingress protection

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Project Peregrine:
Goal: Development of supersonic helicopters

Project Needlefish:
Goal: Development of supersonic submarines

Project Iron Thumb:
Goal: Development of Model 17 Main Battle Tank

Project Maurice Ward:
Goal: Rediscovery initiative for manufacturing a material known as "Starlite"

Project Bernhard:
Goal: R&D/Rediscovery initiative for digital data compression technologies

Project 86:
Goal: Research initiative for reverse engineering Nikola Tesla's work

Armstrong Research Program:
Goal: Development of technologies with Lunar applications

Project Greyhead:
Goal: Long-term proactive research program investigating the possibility of zoonotic Cordyceps fungi

Project Bugai:
Goal: Helicarrier construction project

Project Honeycomb:
Goal: Bee pacification research

Project Mini Oppenheimer:
Goal: Research and development of nuclear reactor miniaturization

Project Amnesia Vú:
Goal: Memory erasure therapy research

Project Starlight:
Goal: Nuclear fusion research

Michael Collins Lunar Orbiter Program:
Goal: Lunar orbital network development

Buzz Aldrin Research Program:
Goal: Manned Earth-to-Mars mission equipment research and development program

Project Antman:
Goal: Mechanical exoskeleton development

Project Stargate:
Goal: Interdimensional systems research and development

Project Xen:
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Project Chrysemys:
Goal: Hardshell armor research and development

Project Yeager:
Goal: Development of supersonic personnel carriers

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Project Waldo:
Goal: Development and Implementation of improved Person of Interest (POI) systems

Project Newell:
Goal: Development of Hazardous Environment Protective Suit (HEPS)

Project Caribbean:
Goal: Research and Development of bioluminescent systems

Alexander Fleming Medical Research Program:
Goal: Post-Antibiotics Readiness Initiative

Project Rapture:
Goal: Development of Planetary Evacuation System

Project Legacy:
Goal: Research and Development of long-term data storage methods

Project Companion:
Goal: Animal domestication research program

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Project Red Tundra:
Goal: Recovery of Soviet Era research
Development Period: 07/18/2011 - 08/22/2019
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Goal: Development of colorized night vision system
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Project Pournelle's Prophecy:
Goal: Development and creation of an orbital kinetic bombardment system
Development Period: 02/14/1958 - 06/07/2012
Suspension Reason(s):
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Project Interplay:
Goal: Development of "Stimpacks"
Development Period: 12/07/1997 - 10/10/2010
Suspension Reason(s):
- Device unable to utilized without users suffering rapid defecation
- Various lawsuits related to carcinogenic properties of early prototypes

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Project 1337:
Goal: Memetic agent transmission and behavioral influence research
Development Period: 08/06/1987 - 11/06/1991
Research Cost: $19,000,000 USD
Termination Reason(s):
- Internal budget cuts within the United States Department of Defense
- Lack of findings to warrant continued financial support

Project Robert Kelly:
Goal: Development of explosive reactive body armor
Development Period: 09/07/2010 - 04/16/2011
Research Cost: $146,000,000 USD
Termination Reason(s):
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Slang Terms:

"Uniform": Friendly operator

"Jacka**": Friendly operator with hostile social tendencies

"Opponent"/"A**hole": Hostile operator

"CRO": Commanding Rank Officer, pronounced like "crow"

"Tuber": See SIM-RIB, namesake results from the usage of carbon nanotubes as electrical batteries

"Strawman": Electrical engineer, namesake results from the first R&D task assigned being the development of electrical batteries using carbon nanotubes

"Field pounds": Refers to the weight occasionally gained from eating MREs

U-PLAT: Universal Platform, typically used in reference to several of the nation's firearms which are able to use both AR and AK platform magazines

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Expressions:

"Only the Earth itself shall take away our home.": Equivalent to saying "Never surrender."

"Our faith puts grace in cargo shorts.": Essentially means "One can never have too many pockets."

"Dark times call for dark humor.": Expresses typical affinity for gallows humor.

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Trainee
JS (Junior Services)
PLACEHOLDER/no insignia
Not enlisted in service. Those holding this rank are significantly underage and, as such, are typically minors that are native-born citizens or possibly adopted. As a result, possession of this rank are limited to basic training given in the interest of ensuring survival under extreme circumstances.

Cadet
R-0
PLACEHOLDER/no insignia
Those holding this rank only train and are not officially enlisted in service. Typically, people under this rank are either non-native citizens/denizens.

Recruit
R-1
PLACEHOLDER/no insignia
Those holding this rank will only train as it is intended to a probationary rank held for a temporary period of time. Very rarely will these personnel be sent out on a deployment for a mission to gain more field experience before becoming an Ensign (R-2).

Ensign
R-2
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Mostly trains, occasionally gets drafted into missions for field experience.

Lieutenant
L-1
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Typically equivalent to an Ensign (R-2) in most missions but are able to give them orders. May be able to command fireteam-sized groups (typically 2-4 people) in extenuating circumstances.

Specialist
SDP (Special Detachment Personnel)
PLACEHOLDER insignia
May give orders to fireteam-sized groups (typically 2-4 people) or even squads (up to 14 people) if it is necessary in order to accomplish tasks and serves as an advisor to any present commanders (rank L-2 and above).

Senior Lieutenant
L-2
PLACEHOLDER insignia
During missions, personnel with this rank are typically designated as a "Team Leader" and are able to give orders to assigned groups of up to 14 people in size. However, in war, they may also be designated as "Troop Commander" and order assigned groups usually up to around 45 people in size.

Squad Leader/Section Leader
L-3
One square with three linear stems originating at the same point and leading off to three identical squares below, all arranged in a triangular area
Those with these designations typically hold the rank of Sergeant (S-0). Squad Leaders are either acting as the "Team Leader" of a single squad which requires a high level of competence and experience to succeed (in these cases, few to no Ensigns/R-2 personnel will be involved) or will be in charge of up to 5 Senior Lieutenants (L-2) acting as a "Team Leader". Alternatively, in war, L-3 personnel may be designated as a "Section Leader" and will be in charge of multiple Senior Lieutenants (L-2) acting as a "Troop Commander".

Sergeant
S-0
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Multipurpose rank. While a majority of people holding this rank will eventually be promoted to higher ranks, this level also serves as a reserve pool for highly competent and experienced personnel which can be designated as a Squad Leader (L-3) at any time, observe and advise/make corrections to how lower ranking personnel are being trained, and develop skills needed to effectively manage larger groups of personnel.

Staff Sergeant
S-1
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Any and all "Drill Instructors" hold this rank. As such for the nature of their position, those holding this rank typically do not go out on field operations.

Staff Manager
A-1
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Lowest ranking member of any related official administrative position, does not go out on field operations.

Master Sergeant??
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PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description "Battery Commander"/"Squadron Leader" (150-300 people or 3-4 Troops)

Field Commander
TP (Temporary Promotion)
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Given to the next most capable (and typically lower ranking) unit available in the event of any Commanding Rank Officer's incapacitation or death.

Commander
C-1
Three gold chevrons
In charge of brigades (various sizes) and "Battalion Commander" (up to 800-900 people or 6 Batteries)

Senior Commander
C-2
Three gold chevrons with two bars below
PLACEHOLDER description "Regiment Commander" (>2,000 or UNIT)

High Commander
C-3
Three gold chevrons with an inverted "U"-shape above
Field Ops Management, Usually the last person you have to ask in a field op. "Legion Commander" (5,500 or UNIT)

Group Coordinator
C-4
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Directs Multi-MTF operations

Subdivision Administrator
A-2
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Manages an entire MTF subdivision, does not go out for field operations

Division Administrator
A-3
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Manages an entire MTF division, does not go out for field operations

Admiral
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PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

Senior Admiral
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

High Admiral
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

Junior Major
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

Major
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PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

Captain
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

Senior Captain?
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Minor General
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

General
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

Major General
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PLACEHOLDER insignia
PLACEHOLDER description

Region Manager
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
Oversees all operations within a geographical region.

Administrator???

Director
LEVEL
PLACEHOLDER insignia
National Director, the central guy in charge

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Specialist
May give orders to fireteam-sized groups (typically 2-4 people) or even squads (up to 14 people) if necessary to accomplish tasks and serves as an advisor to any present commanders.

Officer

Major Officer

Senior Officer



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Footnotes:

1. Typically pronounced as "You see".
2. Also known as Compound 447.
3. Also known as Compound 619.

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