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~Welcome to the Hole To Hide In! ~
Founded September 6th, 2017

Here in The Hole To Hide In we have a great RPing community that is active and constantly growing. However, our former region, A Hole To Hide In, was really a gigantic black hole, and it's really not happy over it's abandonment. As a result, it has begun expanding and soon our entire RP will be engulfed and all will be destroyed. Talk about taking hiding in a hole to a extreme new level, eh? Join us in our imminent destruction! (And our Role Play :3)



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The Hole To Hide In contains 246 nations, the 47th most in the world.

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NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Cartel of ToxiopolisCapitalist Paradise“We grow, we take what belongs to us.”
2.The ❄️ Igloos ❄️ of AvalanchiumInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Hail stones!”
3.The Republic of Evve TerreInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Fluctuat Nec Mergitur”
4.The Confederacy of ZenstaatCorporate Bordello“Das Staat ist für der Volk”
5.The Imperial Empire of Archron EmpireInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Wir sind stärker als eine, geteilt wie viele!”
6.The Royal Dominion of CandensiaFather Knows Best State“Everything for the people.”
7.The Federation of NosloCompulsory Consumerist State“ ”
8.The Borderlands of BoosersCompulsory Consumerist State“Spoopy but Friendly”
9.The Corporation of DanitopiaCapitalist Paradise“Get rich or die trying”
10.The Dictatorship of BainbonceCompulsory Consumerist State“Enlightenment Through Acquiescence”
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The Hole To Hide In Regional Message Board

RP: An old friend
“Redpeppers would be pleased to rekindle relations between Redpeppers and Kroraina. We have stood as allies before, and we wish to stand as allies once again. Therefore, we wish to reestablish an embassy, as well as allow Kroraina to do the same in our capital. Should Kroraina accept, we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.

Signed,

Archcouncillor Zachriel.”

RP: Second attempt

After attempts of carpetbombing the jinxies, the Kalrania Quarantine Association, founded for something like this, has reclassified the land of Kadershan from "Utter destruction" to "Slightly habitable." The KQA didn't have any comment when they did this- they just did it.

With this, the Doge Landian government has pumped about 2000 people into the remainders of Kadershan to repopulate the area.

RP: Dushkaria gains a puppet.

Dushkaria will proceed with establishing a Levonian/Dushkarian regime in Kadershan which they have the rights to, after all they Defeated the jinxies all by them selves by using Psycho Destructive Warheads. Kadershan is territory of Dushkaria.

Redpeppers wrote:RP: An old friend
“Redpeppers would be pleased to rekindle relations between Redpeppers and Kroraina. We have stood as allies before, and we wish to stand as allies once again. Therefore, we wish to reestablish an embassy, as well as allow Kroraina to do the same in our capital. Should Kroraina accept, we look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship.

Signed,

Archcouncillor Zachriel.”

Dushkaria wrote:RP: Dushkaria gains a puppet.

Dushkaria will proceed with establishing a Levonian/Dushkarian regime in Kadershan which they have the rights to, after all they Defeated the jinxies all by them selves by using Psycho Destructive Warheads. Kadershan is territory of Dushkaria.

    वेर्त्सियत्से विदेशिन्ग्ञए वेन्तेर​​ • WERTSIYA VIDESIÑÑEWÄNTARE • COMMISSIARIAT OF FOREIGN RELATIONS

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      OFFICIAL FOREIGN AFFAIRS DISPATCH

      . . . • The People's Buddhist Republic of Kroraina's Central Commissariat has, upon convening its Commissariat of Foreign Relations and consulting the Central Sangha on Foreign Policy, decided to favorably engage with its old ally, Redpeppers. It has welcomed the embassy in Kucha and has expressed its willingness to establish one the respective capital. Furthermore, the People's Buddhist Republic wishes to meet with a representative of the United Realms to discuss future bilateral relations. In terms of the situations in Kadershan, the People's Buddhist Republic wholly supports the Dushkarian assertion of Kadershan's sovereignty. The PBR's Commissariat of Foreign Relations condemns Doge Landian bombing, illegal settlement, and classification of the territory. The PBR and the Commissariat of State Security has sent representatives to Dushkaria to lay out a framework for an adequate response.  • . . . 

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        KRORAINI NATIONAL NEWS 
        क्रोरैन्गे शेरुप्त्केम्त्से • KRORAIÑE ṢÄRUPETKAMTSE

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      KRORAINA INTERVENES & ESTABLISHES PROTECTORATE!

      | SUMĀṂIROTSE PALACE (PALACE OF THE GREAT FLOWERING JASMINE), KUCHA कुशि | Following an intense round of debates in the (Assembly of State Councils) Saṃnipātkeṃ's State International Council. Many of the MSs (Ministers of Saṃnipātkeṃ) from minority heavy martial councils were threatening a late Astarñeśṣeko (English: The Process in which one holds up procedure via the use of loopholes that both uphold the People's Constitution while systematically playing into divisiveness). MSs from the Martial Councils were beginning to make such accusations that the implementation of military rule over their (Muslim) regions was a travesty and they were willing to pass the proposal if military administration in all Muslim territories was ended. As soon as these MSs made such audacious requests, the Kroraini Buddhist Socialist Coalition and the Kroraini Nation formed a supermajority and passed the proposal through the Saṃnipātkeṃ. The Sangha Supreme Council convened the next day in the Palace of the Great Flowering Jasmine, and similarly voted to intervene in Dushkaria, to establish a People's State there. Following ratifiation by all organs of the People's Government, the Central Commissariat officially announced its entrance into the Dushkarian theatre. It has sent an attack force of considerable force to acomplish the goals of: |

        • The establishment of a protectorate
        • The creation of a military base in Dushkaria
        • Military training to the Dushkarian People's Party
        • The creation of a socialist state in Dushkaria
        • The creation of an official alliance of Socialist/Leftist states called the First Comintern
        • The establishment of a FTA between the two nations
        • The complete establishment of peace in the region

        | ATTACK FORCE: |
        x5 Surimotse Heavy Nuclear Carriers
        x25 Sanghamuni Destroyers
        x10 FS3 Frigates
        x5 Shakyamuni Nuclear Submarines
        x300,000 SVK Special Ops Soldiers
        x50 Vaayu A2 Multirole Bombers
        x50 Vayyu A44 Air Superiority Fighters

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      TRIPARTITE INTERVENTION IN THE KOWENIAN STATES

      | SUMĀṂIROTSE PALACE (PALACE OF THE GREAT FLOWERING JASMINE), KUCHA कुशि | Following the action over Dushkaria, contacts in Dushkaria and Dwarf Land4 have agreed to an unified coalition to intervene in West Kowen partly to bring a definitive end to their transgression and to establish a long term peace plan in the nation. The new government of Dushkaria and the People's Buddhist Republic will establish two leftist zones (The Comintern Occupation Zone) stretching from the middle to the far north of the West Kowenian States, while the rest will occupied by Dwarven forces, establishing a capitalist state within the declared People's Republic of West Kowenia All nations have sworn to follow a reconstruction agreement to create a multi-party People's Republic after the undisclosed occupation period is over. The Dwarven occupation zone is a part of the People's Republic, but because of the special conditions and transgression committed by W. Kowenia against the Dwarven state - it is de facto a separate authority. The occuption zones are as followed: https://i.imgur.com/Ye6LS01.png |

        | ATTACK FORCE: |
        x 200,000 SVK Special Ops
        x 300,000 PRG Infantry
        x 300 BCT Heavy Tanks
        x 50 PNMC Amphibuous Transports
        x 100 Vaayu A44
        x 100 Vaayu A2 Bombers
        x 50 SSG Interceptors

      The People's Revolutionary Armed Forces


      Service Branches:
      People's Revolutionary Guard
      People's Air Liberation Force
      The Sarvakeṣ
      The National Intelligence Org.

      Headquarters:
      The Ivory Building,
      Commissariat of State Security,
      The Central Commissariat,
      Sumāṃirotse Palace


      Leadership

      Chairperson of the CoSS
      Bhatri Kolite
      Clerk of the CoSS:
      H. General Visaṣketra
      Chief of the Revolutionary Staff:
      Suraj Ksetreṣtse

      Manpower
      Active Personnel:
      5,745,250

      Reserve Personnel:
      3,546,500

      Engagements
      The Dharmic Revolution
      World War II

      Organization

      Fireteam
      4 Men, commanded by a Corporal.
      Squad
      12 Men, commanded by a Sergeant.
      Platoon
      30 Men, commanded by a Lieutenant.
      Company
      150 Men, commanded by a People's Capitain.
      Battalion
      800 Men, commanded by a Lieutenant Colonel.
      Brigade
      2,000 Men, commanded by a Brigadier General.
      Regiment
      6,000 Men, commanded by a Major General.
      Division
      17,000 Men, commanded by a General.
      Corps
      40,000 Men, commanded by a High General.
      Army
      4 Corps+, commanded by a National Marshall.
      Army Group
      2+ Armies
      Military Theater
      2+ Army Groups
      Grand Theatre
      4+ Army Groups

      The People's Revolutionary Armed Forces


      The military plays a massive part in the culture of Kroraina, as well as the everyday lives of its citizens. Since ancient times the nation has prided itself on its martial culture, a tradition which only grew stronger following their conquest by and eventual liberation from the The Mongol, Qing, and Russian Empires. The fledgling state of Kroraina swore to never let themselves be conquered by a foe again, and introduced the National Saviour Act. The People's Buddhist Republic was an ethnolinguistically unique state, whose religion and culture was isolated from the rest of its Buddhist Indo-European allies. In many ways, Besides the Sri Lankans, Kroraina is the last Buddhist Indo-European State. Thus the need to defend itself was paramount over all odds. Furthermore, the nation's ability to draw on its resources to modernize and develop itself is necessary for the continuity of the Kroraini state. Kroraina is unique in the fact that its military is viewed as a cornerstone of its political development. The PRDP requires complete conscription.

      Unlike many conscript armies, the soldiers of Kroraina tend to be highly motivated, superbly trained, and well equipped, with most citizens seeing it as an honor rather than an unfortunate necessity. The rate of reenlistment for conscripts who have served their time is very high, at around 58%[3]. The People's National Mandate of Service states that all citizens between the ages of every man and woman serve in the People's Revolutionary Guard for four years, from the age of 18 to 22. During times of war, this is expanded to be from 18 to 24. The only exceptions to the conscription are convicts, the insane, and the mentally disabled. Those who are physically disabled but mentally sound are found a desk job or some other auxiliary role. Following their service the conscripts are given the option to completely retire from the military with a small pension, to return to civilian life with a larger pension in return for 4 years of guaranteed membership in their local militia, or to reenlist in one of the other branches of service.

      In polls conducted within around 62% of the nation's schools, 48% of students grades 1-3 stated that they wanted a career in the military, 58% of students grades 4-6 said the same, and 52% of students grades 7-12 expressed similar desires. Many traditions considered to be archaic, or militaristic by most other nations are practiced in the schools of the People's Buddhist Republic. For example, most schools have mandatory drill classes that serve as the equivalent of PE classes in other countries. In these classes, students learn how to march in formation, basic self-defense, fencing, and exercises such as push-ups, pull-ups, and sit-ups. These classes are designed to prepare students for their time in the People's Revolutionary Guard in an attempt to make the transition from civilian to military life smoother for conscripts.

      The People's Revolutionary Guard was the first branch of the Armed Services to be formed in Kroraina, having existed even before the country. The first generation of the People's Revolutionary Guard was actually just the rebel army of Samgyäl Samsśranē that had driven out the Chinese. Following their victory, and the rebirth of Kroraina, the Dharmic Revolution was reorganized into the People's Revolutionary Guard, and slowly over the course of the next ten years had rules and regulations put into play. for example, it took a full three years before an official uniform was brought into play, and recruits often still had to supply their own weapons as late as 1925. By 1931, when the process was complete, the People's Revolutionary Guard was well equipped and was highly experienced in the reality of modern warfare, having been born from it.

      Thus, when the People's Buddhist Republic declared war on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1939 to defend their state, they were one of the best-prepared nations for the war. Aiding native revolutions across the USSR, they managed to push back the Soviet forces 3 times, before a combined assault from the USSR and Republic of China forced them to make a fighting retreat through the Tianshan mountains in the summer of 1941. This decimated the ranks of the People's Revolutionary Guard, and prompted the government to instate "The People's Mandate of National Service". The formerly strictly professional People's Revolutionary Guard was reconstituted as a conscript force, and the People's National Reserve was introduced as a separate force to supplement the newfound lack of a professional fighting force. This is the beginning of the PRG as it is known today; a highly trained and disciplined force of conscripts, ready to fight for their country at a moment's notice. The People's Revolutionary Guard fought bravely throughout the rest of the war, retaking the homeland from the Chinese by 1943, and then was able to secure a peace with both the USSR and the RoC in May of 1944.

      Kroraina's doctrine revolves around fast attacks, and speed is one of the highest priorities when they are designing new equipment. For example, towed artillery pieces are in the process of being phased out for everything save the most permanent of bases. Instead, the focus is being shifted to self-propelled guns, squad-based mortars, and closer air-to-ground integration. The PRAF was declared in 1947 under the Commissariat of State Security as a part of the national reorganization of 1947 and the update of the Dharmaskant. The Kroraini Equipment Reserve is a part of the CoSS's National Commission on State Protection and Advancement and is only prized and use during war times.



      Self Produced Weaponry & Vehicles Index


      Rifles

      OR-76 (7.62x51mm)
      The OR-76 (Orkamñe, Lit. Darkness) is the main service rifle in use for the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces Manufactured by the defense company Surya, this rifle can fire either 7.62×51mm or 5.56×45mm rounds from a 20 round magazine at a rate of 650 rounds per minute. It has an effective range of 600 meters and can fire in single, burst, or fully automatic modes.

      SSK G3 (7.62x51mm)
      The SSK G3 (Sanktse Kaśr, Lit. Defender of Hell) served as the main battle rifle of the PRAF military for nearly twenty years until it began to be phased out in 2022 in favor of the OR-76. It is still in use by parts of the People's Dharmic Revolutionary Party's paramilitary force (The Bloodylegs) and various other auxiliary forces, however, it has been entirely phased out for use by the PLAF.

      Submachine Guns

      UMP9 (9x19mm)
      The UMP9 is a medium-sized SMG issued to urban combat units and members of the military police. It has a fire rate of 650 rounds per minute on fully automatic, although it can also be fired on either single shot or burst modes.

      Sahanti (9x19mm)
      The Sahanti is a Surya designed SMG with a rate of fire of 900 rounds per minute. It is typically issued to plainclothes members of the Military Police as a concealed weapon, although it is also available as a sidearm for snipers or officers on request.

      Squad Automatic Weapons

      Jangabur 100 (5.56x45mm)
      The Jangabur 100 is a 5.56×45mm light machine gun manufactured in the Western Command, specifically in the Margiana MC. The Jangabur fires from a proprietary 100 round drum magazine, or a 30 round box magazine at a rate of 600 rounds per minute. The weapon is both light, and has an extremely low recoil for a machine gun. The Jangabur is utilized as a SAW, as a mounted defense turret, and is mounted on LRVs.

      Heavy Machine Guns

      Sighasan (.50 SG)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Sniper Rifles

      Rinhat SR (.308 Winchester)
      The Rinhat SR is a vartion on the .308 Winchester anti-personnel bolt-action sniper rifle manufactured in Finland that fires from a 10 round detachable magazine. It has an effective range of 800 meters and has an attached 7 times zoom scope. The Rinhat is the main sniper used by Kroraini Snipers.

      Kashaga MW (14.5×114mm)
      The Kashaga MW is a 14.5×114mm Anti-Material Rifle, manufactured in the Mongol AC with an effective range of 2,300 meters. It uses a bolt action system, and the barrel has a built in recoil dampener to help compensate for the massive kick produced by the weapon. It is designed to be operated by a crew of two, as the rifle breaks down for transport, fitting into two 33 pound bags. The second crew member functions as a spotter once the weapon is deployed.

      Shotguns

      Guleg (12 Gauge)
      The Guleg is a Kroraini made 12 gauge pump action shotgun with a 4+1 tube magazine. Typically it is assigned to units of the Military Police, although it is also used by pointmen in urban combat.

      Grenade Launchers

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Man-Portable Rocket Launchers

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      ATGMs

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      MANPADS

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Sidearms

      P320 RX (9x19mm) [Full-Size Variant]
      The P320 is the main pistol given to all enlisted and conscripted personnel of the Krorraini military. It comes with an attached reflex sight, and can be bought at the end of the soldier's service.

      Chahan 73 (.45 ACP) [Issued to Officers]
      The venerable Chahan 73 is assigned to all officers as both their ceremonial and combat sidearm.

      Salahne
      All members of the People's Revolutionary Guard infantry are armed with a Salahne knife, rather than the bayonet used by most militaries This decision was made during the first Qing-Kroirani war, when it was discovered that most soldiers found their bayonets to be so worthless when mounted that they would prefer to wield it in their hands to fixing it to their gun. Thus, it was decided that they would have a weapon specifically for that purpose.

      Saber
      Officers in the PRAF and PRG carry a saber based of the Szabla wz. 34 pattern when in dress uniform. Most opt for a decorative, stainless steel, but a combat variant is also available.

      Grenades

      OFFENSIVE (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      DEFENSIVE (PLACEHOLDER)
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      Towed Artillery

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Dress Uniforms

      People's Revolutionary Guard Uniform:
      The People's Revolutionary Guard uses the same uniform for both sexes. It contains a black suit and slacks over a white shirt and black dress shoes. The accessories consist of a leather belt, a black beret, and a black tie. The uniform is designed to be easy to mass produce due to the Guard being a largely conscript force. Officers wear a white sash with a maroon line down the center.

      The Sarvakeṣ:
      The Sarvakeṣ uses the same uniform for both sexes, they are just cut in different ways. It includes a white long or short sleeve shirt worn under a navy blue coat and low waist trousers with a black leather gun belt to holster their service pistol and two magazines of ammunition. It also includes a scarf of the same color as the coat, black dress shoes, and a black tie. The uniform also includes a navy-blue kepi with a black brim. Officers wear a navy blue cape and carry a saber at their left.

      People's Air Liberation Force:
      The People's Air Liberation Force uses the same uniform for both sexes, cut in different ways. It includes a double-breasted sky-blue greatcoat worn over a white long sleeve dress shirt and a navy-blue tie, and pants of the same color as the coat. The greatcoat has white epaulets and cuffs, as well as the interior of the coat being white. The uniform also includes a leather belt, a white scarf, and a white combination cap with a black brim. Officers carry a saber at their left.

      Tanks

      R-1 Sewaññe MBT
      The R-1 Sewaññe is a last-gen tank design from the manufacturer, Vaayu, with a max speed of 54 mph. It is armed with a 152mm 2A83 smoothbore gun, a coaxial 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, and a 7.62 mm machine gun on a top-mounted turret. The main gun is capable of firing a wide variety of munitions, from SABOT to guided missiles.

      APCs/ IFVs

      Lazar-5 APC
      The Lazar-5 APC features a top mounted remote control 20x110 autocannon/ grenade launcher turret, a rear, interior mounted 50 caliber machine gun, and gunports along the side for soldiers to shoot out of. In addition to all of this, it is extremely fast, providing the Nova-Columbian army with the perfect tool to execute their signature fast attacks. It can carry 14 soldiers, including the crew.

      SPGs

      B-She SPG
      Custom ordered from the manufacturer Surya from the ground up to conform with the tactics of Kroraina, the B-She SPG is the main artillery piece of the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces. The vehicle is armed with a 155mm howitzer turret in an armored turret, and a 50 caliber machine gun turret mounted on the driver section.

      MRLSs

      M270 MLRS
      The M270 MLRS is the most outdated piece of equipment still used by PRAF. Still, it is a formidable machine. It is capable of firing both guided missiles and unguided rockets at a maximum range of 26 miles. When firing rockets it can fire 12 rounds in under 40 seconds, and it can deliver 2 missiles in 10 seconds.

      Fighters

      KAL V-1
      The Kroraini Aeronautics Limited KAL V-1 is a fifth-generation, single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft developed for the People's Air Liberation Force. The result of the PLAF's Advanced Weapons Program, the aircraft was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but also has ground attack, electronic warfare, and signal intelligence capabilities.

      KAL V-2
      The Kroraini Aeronautics Limited KAL V-2 is a family of single-seat, single-engine, all-weather stealth multirole fighters. The fifth-generation combat aircraft is designed to perform ground attack and air superiority missions. It has three main models: the KAL V-2A conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) variant, the KAL V-2B short take-off and vertical-landing (STOVL) variant, and the KAL V-2C mountain-based Catapult Assisted Take-Off But Arrested Recovery (CATOBAR) variant.

      Bombers

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Attack Helicopters

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Cargo Craft

      Sanchiśme Transport Helicopter
      The Sanchiśme is a twin-engine, tandem-rotor heavy-lift helicopter designed and manufactured in Kroraina. It has a top speed of 196 mph, and can lift up to 26,000 pounds.

      S-1 Tara
      The S-1 Tara is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and manufactured in Kroraina. It has a top speed of 368 mph and a lifting capacity of up to 45,000 pounds. It can serve in many roles other is a variation of the Sanchiśme, and rather than a cargo aircraft, including a gunship, aerial refueling, and SAR plane.


      The People's Revolutionary Guard
      "थे पेओप्ल्ऽस अर्मेद फ़ोचेस नतिओनल सेचुरित्य्"

      The People's Revolutionary Guard [PRG] is the largest branch of the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces with over 500,000 active personnel. Under the nation's Ark Defense Act of 1937, the PRG is capable of expanding to 1.2 million soldiers during a time of defensive war. The PRG is divided into 154 divisions of three different types: mechanized divisions, armored divisions, and infantry divisions. Not all PRG personnel are stationed in divisions, roughly 1,500 personnel are used for substituting at various posts when needed. The headquarters of the PRG is in Kucha, along with the headquarters of the Commissariat of State Security.

      Budget: US$ 97.936 billion (29.9%)
      Active Personnel: 4,546,000
      Reserve Personnel: 2, 986,000
      Divisions: 154

      Motto: "राष्ट्र र एकता" ("Nation and Unity")

      The People's Revolutionary Guard, currently totaling some 546,000 active personnel and 986,000 reserve personnel, is one of the largest in the world and consists of 44 percent of the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces' total manpower. The PRG is divided among the five theater commands: Eastern, Northern, Southern, Central, and Special Administrative Command. In times of crisis, the PRG will be reinforced by numerous reserve and paramilitary units. The PRG has a total of 154 divisions (55 regular, 99 reserves) which are further divided into 3,080 battalions, both armored and infantry The active forces of the Eastern, Northern, Southern, and Central command theaters are 80 percent mechanized while the Special Administrative Command theater is 40 percent mechanized.

      The PRG combat doctrine focuses heavily on the use of information technology, electronic and information warfare, and long-range precision strikes. Integrated battlefield information networks have taken precedent throughout the PRG and allow for extensive coordination between the PRG and the other branches of the PRAF. On the operational level, soldiers and officers of the PRG are given a wide range of flexibility which allows them to act accordingly to a situation. Additionally, the PRG works off a system of meritocracy that promotes the most capable personnel. This means all soldiers start on a level playing field and will climb the ranks according to their individual skills in combat.

      Kroraini soldiers participating in the 2015 National Armed Forces review in Nanjing

      Kroraini soldiers of the Special Administrative Command theater working with other armed forces border units

      Line of ZTZ-99A2 Main Battle Tanks and other vehicles during the 2011 military review

      WZ-11 Attack Helicopters of the Northern Command Theater

      Eastern Command
      EX: Division Name - Type - Location (Region)
      1st Division - Infantry - Kucha Kroraini Federated Council
      2nd Division - Mechanized - Aksu Kroraini Federated Council
      3rd Division - Armored - Han Kroraini Federated Council
      4th Division - Infantry – Mongol Autonomous Council
      5th Division - Mechanized – Uyghur Autonomous Council
      6th Division - Armored – Dzunghar Autonomous Council
      7th Division - Infantry - Kasgar Kroraini Federated Council
      8th Division - Mechanized - Yarkand Kroraini Federated Council
      9th Division - Armored - Niya Kroraini Federated Council
      10th Division - Infantry - Khotan Kroraini Federated Council
      11th Division - Mechanized - Krorän Kroraini Federated Council

      Western Command
      12th Division - Armored - Kasmir Autonomous Council
      13th Division - Armored - Tokhar Autonomous Council
      14th Division - Infantry - Gandhara Autonomous Council
      15th Division - Mechanized - Sogdiana Autonomous Council
      16th Division - Armored - Herat Autonomous Council
      17th Division - Infantry – Herat Autonomous Council
      18th Division - Infantry – Herat Autonomous Council
      19th Division - Infantry - Margiana Autonomous Council
      20th Division - Mechanized - Margiana Autonomous Council
      21st Division - Armored - Margiana Autonomous Council
      22nd Division - Infantry – Dahai Autonomous Council
      23rd Division - Mechanized – Dahai Autonomous Council
      24th Division - Armored – Dahai Autonomous Council
      25th Division - Infantry – Kucha Executive District [KED]

      Infantry Division: ~18,000 Men, ~300 Artillery Guns, ~50 AA Guns, ~600 Vehicles, ~800 Officers, ~100 Armored Vehicles
      6 Infantry Brigades: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 20 Light Artillery Pieces, 40 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles each.
      1 Artillery Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 180 Artillery Pieces, 200 Vehicles.
      1 Motorized Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 10 Light Artillery Pieces, 120 vehicles, 50 Officers, 50 Armored Vehicles
      1 Commissar Battalion: (MPs) 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Logistic Battalion: 800 men, 100 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Signal Battalion: 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Command Battalion: 400 men, 50 officers
      1 Reconnaissance Battalion: 800 men, 20 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles
      1 Antiaircraft Battalion: 600 men, 50 anti aircraft guns, 50 vehicles.

      Motor-Rifle Division: ~16,000 Men, ~200 Artillery Guns/SPGS, ~50 AA Guns, ~1,200 Vehicles, ~800 Officers, ~300 Armored Vehicles
      6 Motorized Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 10 Light Artillery Pieces, 120 vehicles, 50 Officers, 50 Armored Vehicles each.
      1 Self Propelled Artillery Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 150 Self Propelled Artillery Pieces, 200 Vehicles.
      1 Commissar Battalion: (MPs) 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      2 Logistic Battalions: 800 men, 100 vehicles, 10 officers each.
      1 Signal Battalion: 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Command Battalion: 400 men, 50 officers
      1 Reconnaissance Battalion: 800 men, 20 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles
      1 Antiaircraft Battalion: 600 men, 50 anti aircraft guns, 50 vehicles.

      Armored Division: ~16,000 Men, ~200 Artillery Guns/SPGS, ~50 AA Guns, ~800 Vehicles, ~800 Officers, ~700 Armored Vehicles
      3 Motorized Brigades: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 10 Light Artillery Pieces, 120 vehicles, 50 Officers, 50 Armored Vehicles each.
      3 Armored Brigades: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 120 vehicles, 50 officers, 200 Armored Vehicles each.
      1 Self Propelled Artillery Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 150 Self Propelled Artillery Pieces, 200 Vehicles.
      1 Commissar Battalion: (MPs) 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      2 Logistic Battalions: 800 men, 100 vehicles, 10 officers each.
      1 Signal Battalion: 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Command Battalion: 400 men, 50 officers
      1 Reconnaissance Battalion: 800 men, 20 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles
      1 Antiaircraft Battalion: 600 men, 50 antiaircraft guns, 50 vehicles.[/font]

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Dharja PM

      9×18mm Dharja

      Pistol

      Kroraina

      T-30

      7.62×25mm Tahantre

      Pistol

      Kroraina

      Boddhagaya

      5.8×21mm

      Pistol

      Kroraina

      Rifles

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Palasinora

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Gangamaitri

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Nur

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Palasinora-2

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Suddha

      7.62×39mm

      Semi-automatic Carbine

      Kroraina

      Suddha-2

      7.62×54mmR

      Bolt-action Sniper Rifle

      Kroraina

      Machine Guns

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Vranagraha LMG

      5.56x45 NATO

      Light Machine Gun

      Kroraina

      Locally produced RPK variant. Standard SAW.

      Chhetri GPMG

      7.62×51mm NATO

      General Purpose Machine Gun

      Kroraina

      Locally produced variant of the PK machine gun.

      Anti-tank Weapons

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Agnikariya G

      64 mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      Kroraina

      Agnikariya H

      85mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      PRC

      Agnikariya J

      40 mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade launcher

      Kroraina

      RPG-Bodhosavat

      72.5 mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade launcher

      Kroraina

      Angnikariya K

      35 mm

      grenade launcher

      Kroraina

      Bodhosavat 2

      73 mm

      Recoilless rifle

      Kroraina

      Anti-Infantry Grenade-based Weapons

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Chandri

      40x46 mm

      Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Single-shot Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Erarwati.

      Kammotse

      40x46 mm

      Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Multi-shot Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Erarwati.

      Underbarrel Grenade Launchers

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      UBGL-M8

      40×46mm

      Underbarrel Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Single-shot underbarrel Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Erarwati.

      UBGL-1

      40x46mm

      Underbarrel Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Single-shot underbarrel Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Kroraina for export.

      Mortars

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Mahashakti

      60mm

      Light Mortar

      Kroraina

      Light mortar designed and produced in Kroraina.

      Mahashakti 2

      82mm

      Medium Mortar

      Kroraina

      Medium mortar designed and produced in Kroraina for export.

      2S12 Sani

      120 mm

      Heavy Mortar

      USSR/Kroraina

      Heavy mortar designed in the Kroraina and produced locally. Many mounted as the "Tundzha-Sani" on the MT-LB APC.

      Man-portable air defense systems

      Model

      Image

      HE Content

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      SA-7 Shanti

      370g

      MANPADS

      Kroraina derivative of the Soviet 9K32 Strela-2. Made for export.

      SA-14 Shakti

      370g

      MANPADS

      Kroraina/USSR

      Kroraini derivative of the 9K34 Strela-3. Used by Opalchentsi, and for export.

      SA-16 Bhagavati

      390g

      MANPADS

      USSR/Kroraina

      Derivative of the Soviet 9K38 Igla.

      SA-Mandalaraj Grouse

      390g

      MANPADS

      USSR/Kroraina

      Further development of the Soviet 9K38 Igla.

      Grenade Launchers

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Cartridge

      Origin

      Comments

      Khana 43

      Under-barrel grenade launcher

      40mm VOG-25

      Kroraina

      Standard under-barrel grenade launcher.

      Rashtriya -6

      Grenade launcher

      40mm VOG-25

      Kroraina

      Revolver-style personal grenade launcher.

      Pardeges 20

      Automatic grenade launcher

      30x29mm

      Kroraina

      Automatic grenade launcher.

      Rocket & missile systems

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Caliber

      Origin

      Comments

      Agnikariya I

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      72.5 mm

      Kroraina

      Disposable anti-personnel RPG.

      Suryakoti 23

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      125 mm

      Kroraina

      Standard disposable anti-tank RPG.

      RPG-30

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      105 mm

      Kroraina

      Disposable anti-tank RPG with measures against modern active protection systems.

      RPG-32

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      105 mm

      Kroraina

      Standard reusable anti-tank RPG.

      9K115-2 Jahan-M

      Anti-tank missile

      130 mm

      Kroraina

      Multi-platform guided missile system.

      9M133 Sangharaja

      Anti-tank missile

      160 mm

      Kroraina

      Multi-platform guided missile system; most advanced in Kroraini service.

      Prachathagraha Aerial Defense System

      Anti-air missile system[

      70 mm

      Kroraina

      Guided missile system; standard anti-air infantry weapon.

      Rocket & missile systems

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Caliber

      Origin

      Comments

      Kali

      Hand Grenade

      60mm

      Kroraina

      6 meter kill radius, 3.8 second fuse, will detonate on impact after being armed for 1.8 seconds.

      Kali 2

      Hand Grenade

      60mm

      Kroraina

      4 meter kill radius, 3.8 second fuse, will detonate on impact after being armed for 1.8 seconds.

      Mines

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Detonation

      Origin

      Comments

      Maprhaha

      anti-personnel

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      Propels ~485/540 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 50 meters.

      Mapraha 2

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      Propels ~2000 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 90 meters.

      Mapraha 3

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      Propels ~400 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 100 meters.

      Mapraha 4

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      A larger and more powerful version of the MON-100.

      OZM

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command/Pressure

      Kroraina

      ~500g TNT, fragmentation mine.

      Candre

      Anti-tank mine

      Pressure

      Kroraina

      7.5 kg TNT.

      Candre 1

      Anti-tank mine

      Seismic sensor/Optical sensor

      Kroraina

      13 kg TNT

      Candre 2

      Anti-tank mine

      Magnetic Sensor

      Kroraina

      10 kg TNT

      Mortars

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      HM Samni

      Heavy mortar

      336

      Kroraina

      120mm shell.

      HM Kuli

      Infantry mortar

      306

      Kroraina

      82mm shell.

      Maha Vasilek

      82mm gun-mortar

      131

      Kroraina

      82mm shell.

      Field Artillery

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Khaskirati

      Howitzer

      264

      Kroraina

      122mm

      Mahaloktse

      Howitzer

      131

      Kroraina

      152mm

      2A45 Bhasharasthana-B

      Anti-tank gun

      240

      Kroraina

      125mm

      Self-propelled Artillery

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Gunacharya

      Self-propelled Howitzer/Mortar

      100

      Kroraina

      120mm.

      Samhun

      Self-propelled Howitzer

      600

      Kroraina

      120mm.

      Balachandre

      Self-propelled howitzer

      500

      Kroraina

      152mm.

      Rocket Artillery

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Arhāntratidi 1

      Multiple rocket launcher

      374

      Kroraina

      122mm/220mm/300mm.

      9K512 Arhāntratidi-1M

      Multiple rocket launcher

      29

      Kroraina

      220mm-300mm.

      Arhāntratidi-1

      Multiple rocket launcher

      10

      Kroraina

      220mm.

      Tactical ballistic missile systems

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Shem Iskander-M / SS-26

      Tactical ballistic missile

      10

      Kroraina

      480 kg conventional warhead, maximum 500 km missile range.

      Air Defense Vehicles

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Bhilobar

      SPAAG

      75

      Kroraina

      Maharsi Strela-10M3

      Short range SAM

      38

      Kroraina

      Mounted on a variety of platforms.

      Ostletha

      Short range SAM

      478

      Kroraina

      Mararsi-2

      Short range SAM

      443

      Kroraina

      2K12 Lakshana

      Medium range SAM

      41

      Kroraina

      9K37M1 Bukka

      Medium range SAM

      17

      Kroraina

      Bhragodharacha-300

      Long range SAM

      74

      Kroraina

      Tanks

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Sotshedi

      Main Battle Tank

      90

      Kroraina

      125mm smoothbore gun, standard MBT and developed from the t-80

      Sai Samn

      Light Tank

      84

      RFSR

      125mm gun, fills reconnaissance role and has enough firepower to destroy heavier MBTs.

      Infantry Fighting Vehicles

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Bhirandava

      IFV

      100

      RFSR

      BMP-3 with significant upgrades; notably, an unmanned turret.


      People's Air Liberation Force
      "थे पेओप्ल्ऽस अर्मेद फ़ोचेस्"

      Personnel: 7,999,033
      Transport Helicopters: 662
      Attack Helicopters: 663
      Fighter Aircraft: 317
      Bombers: 468

      The People's Air Liberation Force is a powerful force in regional affairs, And it has been the branch that the People's Government has invested the most into in recent decades, due to the realization that air superiority is critical to a successful ground war in this new age of warfare. Despite that, government funding for the air force has been planned to increase 15% in the 2018. Nearly 40,000 people are employed by the PLAF. Aircraft of the branch are located in PLAF installations across the country, with several installations being under the authority of the Commissariat of the Interior. The PLAF's headquarters is in Kucha.

      Name

      Image

      Type

      No.

      Origin

      Comments

      Antonov An-12

      Link

      Transport aircraft

      19

      USSR

      Antonov An-24

      Link

      Transport aircraft

      4

      USSR

      Beriev Be-12

      Link

      Patrol aircraft

      8

      USSR

      Su-24M

      Link

      All-weather attack aircraft

      108

      USSR

      Su-24MR

      Link

      Bomber aircraft

      94

      USSR

      Name

      Image

      Type

      No.

      Origin

      Comments

      Kamov Ka-27

      Link

      Anti-submarine warfare helicopter

      10

      USSR

      Can be ship-based.

      Kamov Ka-29

      Link

      Assault transport helicopter

      16

      USSR

      Can be ship-based.

      Mil Mi-8

      Link

      Transport helicopter

      18

      USSR

      Mil Mi-14

      Link

      Anti-submarine helicopter

      24

      USSR

      [/font]

      Name

      Type

      Origin

      Quantity

      Image

      AW109

      Utility Helicopter

      Italy

      26

      l------------------------AS532 Cougarl------------------------

      Utility Helicopter

      France

      38

      OH-58 Kiowa

      Reconnaissance Helicopter

      United States

      5

      Harimau

      Multirole Fighter

      France

      60

      Jaguar

      Attack Aircraft

      Multinational

      36

      MB-339

      Trainer Aircraft

      Italy

      12

      PC-7

      Trainer Aircraft

      Switzerland

      44

      C-130

      Transport Aircraft

      United States

      16

      Read dispatch

Doge Land wrote:RP: Second attempt

After attempts of carpetbombing the jinxies, the Kalrania Quarantine Association, founded for something like this, has reclassified the land of Kadershan from "Utter destruction" to "Slightly habitable." The KQA didn't have any comment when they did this- they just did it.

With this, the Doge Landian government has pumped about 2000 people into the remainders of Kadershan to repopulate the area.

OORP: SELF-VOIDED

Kroraina wrote:RP:

        KRORAINI NATIONAL NEWS 
        क्रोरैन्गे शेरुप्त्केम्त्से • KRORAIÑE ṢÄRUPETKAMTSE

      ______

      THE PEOPLE'S BUDDHIST REPUBLIC RELEASES NEW FOREIGN POLICY!

      | SUMĀṂIROTSE PALACE (PALACE OF THE GREAT FLOWERING JASMINE), KUCHA कुशि | The ancient city of Kucha gleams in the soft morning sun. Backed by the intense azure of the sky, the bright orb of light shines over the People's Buddhist Republic like never before. As morning prayers were held in the Sumamirotse Palace, members of the Central Commissariat gathered to enter a session. The night before, the Chief Commissary of the CC's Commissariat of Foreign Relations pushed relentless for the passage of a proposal that would redefine Kroraina into a regional powerhouse - one that would finally allow Kroraina to export medicine, aid, and more importantly - Buddhism, across its borders. Earlier that morning, only miles away, the Saṃnipātkeṃ (Assembly of State Councils - official legislature) passed the proposal. The Supreme Sangha Council, the official judicial and theocratic apparatus of the People's Dharmic Revolutionary Government, vetted and approved the proposal. All foreign relations were open now, and the People's Government was given the go-ahead to begin its effort to reach out to the world in a fresh and more intimate manner. |

      | As war roars around the People's Buddhist Republic, the nation stays in unique tranquility produced only by a profound adherence to the state religion, Kroraini Mahayana Buddhism. The nation may proclaim itself a Buddhist "Socialist" Republic, but is more of an authoritarian capitalist theocracy with democratic centralist elements. One thing is sure, the nation's position on the ancient silk road and its dramatic history as a civilization state, has ensured that its unique heritage will survive. In the midst of hardship, effective governance, economic liberalization, and an unique business mindset has created one of the fastest growing developed economies in the region. The PRB can not only claim its title of development, but now use it to spread its national mantra of "peace, happiness, and Buddhism." Thus with the swift actions of basic governmental procedures - the People's Buddhist Republic has thrown its doors open to all nations wanting and willing to trade. It has asked all nations of the world to accept trade delegations from the People's Buddhist Republics. |

        रोमेर् नो श्पे त्सेल्पेत्रे सम्सम्र्मेम् नेर्वम् यन्मस्शम्!
        RAMER NO ṢPÄ TSÄLPETRÄ SAṂSĀRMEṂ NERVĀṂ YĀNMĀṢṢÄM!
        QUICKLY HE IS FREED FROM SAṂSARA, AND HE ATTAINS NIRVANA!

      ((If you were pinged, that means I want special relations w/ you))

Kroraina wrote:
        KRORAINI NATIONAL NEWS 
        क्रोरैन्गे शेरुप्त्केम्त्से • KRORAIÑE ṢÄRUPETKAMTSE

      ______

      KRORAINA INTERVENES & ESTABLISHES PROTECTORATE!

      | SUMĀṂIROTSE PALACE (PALACE OF THE GREAT FLOWERING JASMINE), KUCHA कुशि | Following an intense round of debates in the (Assembly of State Councils) Saṃnipātkeṃ's State International Council. Many of the MSs (Ministers of Saṃnipātkeṃ) from minority heavy martial councils were threatening a late Astarñeśṣeko (English: The Process in which one holds up procedure via the use of loopholes that both uphold the People's Constitution while systematically playing into divisiveness). MSs from the Martial Councils were beginning to make such accusations that the implementation of military rule over their (Muslim) regions was a travesty and they were willing to pass the proposal if military administration in all Muslim territories was ended. As soon as these MSs made such audacious requests, the Kroraini Buddhist Socialist Coalition and the Kroraini Nation formed a supermajority and passed the proposal through the Saṃnipātkeṃ. The Sangha Supreme Council convened the next day in the Palace of the Great Flowering Jasmine, and similarly voted to intervene in Dushkaria, to establish a People's State there. Following ratifiation by all organs of the People's Government, the Central Commissariat officially announced its entrance into the Dushkarian theatre. It has sent an attack force of considerable force to acomplish the goals of: |

        • The establishment of a protectorate
        • The creation of a military base in Dushkaria
        • Military training to the Dushkarian People's Party
        • The creation of a socialist state in Dushkaria
        • The creation of an official alliance of Socialist/Leftist states called the First Comintern
        • The establishment of a FTA between the two nations
        • The complete establishment of peace in the region

        | ATTACK FORCE: |
        x5 Surimotse Heavy Nuclear Carriers
        x25 Sanghamuni Destroyers
        x10 FS3 Frigates
        x5 Shakyamuni Nuclear Submarines
        x300,000 SVK Special Ops Soldiers
        x50 Vaayu A2 Multirole Bombers
        x50 Vayyu A44 Air Superiority Fighters

      ______

      TRIPARTITE INTERVENTION IN THE KOWENIAN STATES

      | SUMĀṂIROTSE PALACE (PALACE OF THE GREAT FLOWERING JASMINE), KUCHA कुशि | Following the action over Dushkaria, contacts in Dushkaria and Dwarf Land4 have agreed to an unified coalition to intervene in the Kowenian States, partly to bring a definitive end to their transgression and to establish a long term peace plan in the nation. The new government of Dushkaria and the People's Buddhist Republic will establish two leftist zones (The Comintern Occupation Zone) stretching from the middle to the far north of the state, while the rest will occupied by Dwarven forces, establishing a capitalist state. All nations have sworn to follow a reconstruction agreement to create a multi-party democracy after the undisclosed occupation period is over. The occuption zones are as followed: https://i.imgur.com/iYPDjMK.png |

        ATTACK FORCE:
        x 200,000 SVK Special Ops
        x 300,000 PRG Infantry
        x 300 BCT Heavy Tanks
        x 50 PNMC Amphibuous Transports
        x 100 Vaayu A44
        x 100 Vaayu A2 Bombers
        x 50 SSG Interceptors

      The People's Revolutionary Armed Forces


      Service Branches:
      People's Revolutionary Guard
      People's Air Liberation Force
      The Sarvakeṣ
      The National Intelligence Org.

      Headquarters:
      The Ivory Building,
      Commissariat of State Security,
      The Central Commissariat,
      Sumāṃirotse Palace


      Leadership

      Chairperson of the CoSS
      Bhatri Kolite
      Clerk of the CoSS:
      H. General Visaṣketra
      Chief of the Revolutionary Staff:
      Suraj Ksetreṣtse

      Manpower
      Active Personnel:
      5,745,250

      Reserve Personnel:
      3,546,500

      Engagements
      The Dharmic Revolution
      World War II

      Organization

      Fireteam
      4 Men, commanded by a Corporal.
      Squad
      12 Men, commanded by a Sergeant.
      Platoon
      30 Men, commanded by a Lieutenant.
      Company
      150 Men, commanded by a People's Capitain.
      Battalion
      800 Men, commanded by a Lieutenant Colonel.
      Brigade
      2,000 Men, commanded by a Brigadier General.
      Regiment
      6,000 Men, commanded by a Major General.
      Division
      17,000 Men, commanded by a General.
      Corps
      40,000 Men, commanded by a High General.
      Army
      4 Corps+, commanded by a National Marshall.
      Army Group
      2+ Armies
      Military Theater
      2+ Army Groups
      Grand Theatre
      4+ Army Groups

      The People's Revolutionary Armed Forces


      The military plays a massive part in the culture of Kroraina, as well as the everyday lives of its citizens. Since ancient times the nation has prided itself on its martial culture, a tradition which only grew stronger following their conquest by and eventual liberation from the The Mongol, Qing, and Russian Empires. The fledgling state of Kroraina swore to never let themselves be conquered by a foe again, and introduced the National Saviour Act. The People's Buddhist Republic was an ethnolinguistically unique state, whose religion and culture was isolated from the rest of its Buddhist Indo-European allies. In many ways, Besides the Sri Lankans, Kroraina is the last Buddhist Indo-European State. Thus the need to defend itself was paramount over all odds. Furthermore, the nation's ability to draw on its resources to modernize and develop itself is necessary for the continuity of the Kroraini state. Kroraina is unique in the fact that its military is viewed as a cornerstone of its political development. The PRDP requires complete conscription.

      Unlike many conscript armies, the soldiers of Kroraina tend to be highly motivated, superbly trained, and well equipped, with most citizens seeing it as an honor rather than an unfortunate necessity. The rate of reenlistment for conscripts who have served their time is very high, at around 58%[3]. The People's National Mandate of Service states that all citizens between the ages of every man and woman serve in the People's Revolutionary Guard for four years, from the age of 18 to 22. During times of war, this is expanded to be from 18 to 24. The only exceptions to the conscription are convicts, the insane, and the mentally disabled. Those who are physically disabled but mentally sound are found a desk job or some other auxiliary role. Following their service the conscripts are given the option to completely retire from the military with a small pension, to return to civilian life with a larger pension in return for 4 years of guaranteed membership in their local militia, or to reenlist in one of the other branches of service.

      In polls conducted within around 62% of the nation's schools, 48% of students grades 1-3 stated that they wanted a career in the military, 58% of students grades 4-6 said the same, and 52% of students grades 7-12 expressed similar desires. Many traditions considered to be archaic, or militaristic by most other nations are practiced in the schools of the People's Buddhist Republic. For example, most schools have mandatory drill classes that serve as the equivalent of PE classes in other countries. In these classes, students learn how to march in formation, basic self-defense, fencing, and exercises such as push-ups, pull-ups, and sit-ups. These classes are designed to prepare students for their time in the People's Revolutionary Guard in an attempt to make the transition from civilian to military life smoother for conscripts.

      The People's Revolutionary Guard was the first branch of the Armed Services to be formed in Kroraina, having existed even before the country. The first generation of the People's Revolutionary Guard was actually just the rebel army of Samgyäl Samsśranē that had driven out the Chinese. Following their victory, and the rebirth of Kroraina, the Dharmic Revolution was reorganized into the People's Revolutionary Guard, and slowly over the course of the next ten years had rules and regulations put into play. for example, it took a full three years before an official uniform was brought into play, and recruits often still had to supply their own weapons as late as 1925. By 1931, when the process was complete, the People's Revolutionary Guard was well equipped and was highly experienced in the reality of modern warfare, having been born from it.

      Thus, when the People's Buddhist Republic declared war on the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in 1939 to defend their state, they were one of the best-prepared nations for the war. Aiding native revolutions across the USSR, they managed to push back the Soviet forces 3 times, before a combined assault from the USSR and Republic of China forced them to make a fighting retreat through the Tianshan mountains in the summer of 1941. This decimated the ranks of the People's Revolutionary Guard, and prompted the government to instate "The People's Mandate of National Service". The formerly strictly professional People's Revolutionary Guard was reconstituted as a conscript force, and the People's National Reserve was introduced as a separate force to supplement the newfound lack of a professional fighting force. This is the beginning of the PRG as it is known today; a highly trained and disciplined force of conscripts, ready to fight for their country at a moment's notice. The People's Revolutionary Guard fought bravely throughout the rest of the war, retaking the homeland from the Chinese by 1943, and then was able to secure a peace with both the USSR and the RoC in May of 1944.

      Kroraina's doctrine revolves around fast attacks, and speed is one of the highest priorities when they are designing new equipment. For example, towed artillery pieces are in the process of being phased out for everything save the most permanent of bases. Instead, the focus is being shifted to self-propelled guns, squad-based mortars, and closer air-to-ground integration. The PRAF was declared in 1947 under the Commissariat of State Security as a part of the national reorganization of 1947 and the update of the Dharmaskant. The Kroraini Equipment Reserve is a part of the CoSS's National Commission on State Protection and Advancement and is only prized and use during war times.



      Self Produced Weaponry & Vehicles Index


      Rifles

      OR-76 (7.62x51mm)
      The OR-76 (Orkamñe, Lit. Darkness) is the main service rifle in use for the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces Manufactured by the defense company Surya, this rifle can fire either 7.62×51mm or 5.56×45mm rounds from a 20 round magazine at a rate of 650 rounds per minute. It has an effective range of 600 meters and can fire in single, burst, or fully automatic modes.

      SSK G3 (7.62x51mm)
      The SSK G3 (Sanktse Kaśr, Lit. Defender of Hell) served as the main battle rifle of the PRAF military for nearly twenty years until it began to be phased out in 2022 in favor of the OR-76. It is still in use by parts of the People's Dharmic Revolutionary Party's paramilitary force (The Bloodylegs) and various other auxiliary forces, however, it has been entirely phased out for use by the PLAF.

      Submachine Guns

      UMP9 (9x19mm)
      The UMP9 is a medium-sized SMG issued to urban combat units and members of the military police. It has a fire rate of 650 rounds per minute on fully automatic, although it can also be fired on either single shot or burst modes.

      Sahanti (9x19mm)
      The Sahanti is a Surya designed SMG with a rate of fire of 900 rounds per minute. It is typically issued to plainclothes members of the Military Police as a concealed weapon, although it is also available as a sidearm for snipers or officers on request.

      Squad Automatic Weapons

      Jangabur 100 (5.56x45mm)
      The Jangabur 100 is a 5.56×45mm light machine gun manufactured in the Western Command, specifically in the Margiana MC. The Jangabur fires from a proprietary 100 round drum magazine, or a 30 round box magazine at a rate of 600 rounds per minute. The weapon is both light, and has an extremely low recoil for a machine gun. The Jangabur is utilized as a SAW, as a mounted defense turret, and is mounted on LRVs.

      Heavy Machine Guns

      Sighasan (.50 SG)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Sniper Rifles

      Rinhat SR (.308 Winchester)
      The Rinhat SR is a vartion on the .308 Winchester anti-personnel bolt-action sniper rifle manufactured in Finland that fires from a 10 round detachable magazine. It has an effective range of 800 meters and has an attached 7 times zoom scope. The Rinhat is the main sniper used by Kroraini Snipers.

      Kashaga MW (14.5×114mm)
      The Kashaga MW is a 14.5×114mm Anti-Material Rifle, manufactured in the Mongol AC with an effective range of 2,300 meters. It uses a bolt action system, and the barrel has a built in recoil dampener to help compensate for the massive kick produced by the weapon. It is designed to be operated by a crew of two, as the rifle breaks down for transport, fitting into two 33 pound bags. The second crew member functions as a spotter once the weapon is deployed.

      Shotguns

      Guleg (12 Gauge)
      The Guleg is a Kroraini made 12 gauge pump action shotgun with a 4+1 tube magazine. Typically it is assigned to units of the Military Police, although it is also used by pointmen in urban combat.

      Grenade Launchers

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Man-Portable Rocket Launchers

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      ATGMs

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      MANPADS

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Sidearms

      P320 RX (9x19mm) [Full-Size Variant]
      The P320 is the main pistol given to all enlisted and conscripted personnel of the Krorraini military. It comes with an attached reflex sight, and can be bought at the end of the soldier's service.

      Chahan 73 (.45 ACP) [Issued to Officers]
      The venerable Chahan 73 is assigned to all officers as both their ceremonial and combat sidearm.

      Salahne
      All members of the People's Revolutionary Guard infantry are armed with a Salahne knife, rather than the bayonet used by most militaries This decision was made during the first Qing-Kroirani war, when it was discovered that most soldiers found their bayonets to be so worthless when mounted that they would prefer to wield it in their hands to fixing it to their gun. Thus, it was decided that they would have a weapon specifically for that purpose.

      Saber
      Officers in the PRAF and PRG carry a saber based of the Szabla wz. 34 pattern when in dress uniform. Most opt for a decorative, stainless steel, but a combat variant is also available.

      Grenades

      OFFENSIVE (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      DEFENSIVE (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Towed Artillery

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Dress Uniforms

      People's Revolutionary Guard Uniform:
      The People's Revolutionary Guard uses the same uniform for both sexes. It contains a black suit and slacks over a white shirt and black dress shoes. The accessories consist of a leather belt, a black beret, and a black tie. The uniform is designed to be easy to mass produce due to the Guard being a largely conscript force. Officers wear a white sash with a maroon line down the center.

      The Sarvakeṣ:
      The Sarvakeṣ uses the same uniform for both sexes, they are just cut in different ways. It includes a white long or short sleeve shirt worn under a navy blue coat and low waist trousers with a black leather gun belt to holster their service pistol and two magazines of ammunition. It also includes a scarf of the same color as the coat, black dress shoes, and a black tie. The uniform also includes a navy-blue kepi with a black brim. Officers wear a navy blue cape and carry a saber at their left.

      People's Air Liberation Force:
      The People's Air Liberation Force uses the same uniform for both sexes, cut in different ways. It includes a double-breasted sky-blue greatcoat worn over a white long sleeve dress shirt and a navy-blue tie, and pants of the same color as the coat. The greatcoat has white epaulets and cuffs, as well as the interior of the coat being white. The uniform also includes a leather belt, a white scarf, and a white combination cap with a black brim. Officers carry a saber at their left.

      Tanks

      R-1 Sewaññe MBT
      The R-1 Sewaññe is a last-gen tank design from the manufacturer, Vaayu, with a max speed of 54 mph. It is armed with a 152mm 2A83 smoothbore gun, a coaxial 12.7 mm heavy machine gun, and a 7.62 mm machine gun on a top-mounted turret. The main gun is capable of firing a wide variety of munitions, from SABOT to guided missiles.

      APCs/ IFVs

      Lazar-5 APC
      The Lazar-5 APC features a top mounted remote control 20x110 autocannon/ grenade launcher turret, a rear, interior mounted 50 caliber machine gun, and gunports along the side for soldiers to shoot out of. In addition to all of this, it is extremely fast, providing the Nova-Columbian army with the perfect tool to execute their signature fast attacks. It can carry 14 soldiers, including the crew.

      SPGs

      B-She SPG
      Custom ordered from the manufacturer Surya from the ground up to conform with the tactics of Kroraina, the B-She SPG is the main artillery piece of the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces. The vehicle is armed with a 155mm howitzer turret in an armored turret, and a 50 caliber machine gun turret mounted on the driver section.

      MRLSs

      M270 MLRS
      The M270 MLRS is the most outdated piece of equipment still used by PRAF. Still, it is a formidable machine. It is capable of firing both guided missiles and unguided rockets at a maximum range of 26 miles. When firing rockets it can fire 12 rounds in under 40 seconds, and it can deliver 2 missiles in 10 seconds.

      Fighters

      KAL V-1
      The Kroraini Aeronautics Limited KAL V-1 is a fifth-generation, single-seat, twin-engine, all-weather stealth tactical fighter aircraft developed for the People's Air Liberation Force. The result of the PLAF's Advanced Weapons Program, the aircraft was designed primarily as an air superiority fighter, but also has ground attack, electronic warfare, and signal intelligence capabilities.

      KAL V-2
      The Kroraini Aeronautics Limited KAL V-2 is a family of single-seat, single-engine, all-weather stealth multirole fighters. The fifth-generation combat aircraft is designed to perform ground attack and air superiority missions. It has three main models: the KAL V-2A conventional takeoff and landing (CTOL) variant, the KAL V-2B short take-off and vertical-landing (STOVL) variant, and the KAL V-2C mountain-based Catapult Assisted Take-Off But Arrested Recovery (CATOBAR) variant.

      Bombers

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Attack Helicopters

      PLACEHOLDER (PLACEHOLDER)
      DESCRIPTION:

      Cargo Craft

      Sanchiśme Transport Helicopter
      The Sanchiśme is a twin-engine, tandem-rotor heavy-lift helicopter designed and manufactured in Kroraina. It has a top speed of 196 mph, and can lift up to 26,000 pounds.

      S-1 Tara
      The S-1 Tara is a four-engine turboprop military transport aircraft designed and manufactured in Kroraina. It has a top speed of 368 mph and a lifting capacity of up to 45,000 pounds. It can serve in many roles other is a variation of the Sanchiśme, and rather than a cargo aircraft, including a gunship, aerial refueling, and SAR plane.


      The People's Revolutionary Guard
      "थे पेओप्ल्ऽस अर्मेद फ़ोचेस नतिओनल सेचुरित्य्"

      The People's Revolutionary Guard [PRG] is the largest branch of the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces with over 500,000 active personnel. Under the nation's Ark Defense Act of 1937, the PRG is capable of expanding to 1.2 million soldiers during a time of defensive war. The PRG is divided into 154 divisions of three different types: mechanized divisions, armored divisions, and infantry divisions. Not all PRG personnel are stationed in divisions, roughly 1,500 personnel are used for substituting at various posts when needed. The headquarters of the PRG is in Kucha, along with the headquarters of the Commissariat of State Security.

      Budget: US$ 97.936 billion (29.9%)
      Active Personnel: 4,546,000
      Reserve Personnel: 2, 986,000
      Divisions: 154

      Motto: "राष्ट्र र एकता" ("Nation and Unity")

      The People's Revolutionary Guard, currently totaling some 546,000 active personnel and 986,000 reserve personnel, is one of the largest in the world and consists of 44 percent of the People's Revolutionary Armed Forces' total manpower. The PRG is divided among the five theater commands: Eastern, Northern, Southern, Central, and Special Administrative Command. In times of crisis, the PRG will be reinforced by numerous reserve and paramilitary units. The PRG has a total of 154 divisions (55 regular, 99 reserves) which are further divided into 3,080 battalions, both armored and infantry The active forces of the Eastern, Northern, Southern, and Central command theaters are 80 percent mechanized while the Special Administrative Command theater is 40 percent mechanized.

      The PRG combat doctrine focuses heavily on the use of information technology, electronic and information warfare, and long-range precision strikes. Integrated battlefield information networks have taken precedent throughout the PRG and allow for extensive coordination between the PRG and the other branches of the PRAF. On the operational level, soldiers and officers of the PRG are given a wide range of flexibility which allows them to act accordingly to a situation. Additionally, the PRG works off a system of meritocracy that promotes the most capable personnel. This means all soldiers start on a level playing field and will climb the ranks according to their individual skills in combat.

      Kroraini soldiers participating in the 2015 National Armed Forces review in Nanjing

      Kroraini soldiers of the Special Administrative Command theater working with other armed forces border units

      Line of ZTZ-99A2 Main Battle Tanks and other vehicles during the 2011 military review

      WZ-11 Attack Helicopters of the Northern Command Theater

      Eastern Command
      EX: Division Name - Type - Location (Region)
      1st Division - Infantry - Kucha Kroraini Federated Council
      2nd Division - Mechanized - Aksu Kroraini Federated Council
      3rd Division - Armored - Han Kroraini Federated Council
      4th Division - Infantry – Mongol Autonomous Council
      5th Division - Mechanized – Uyghur Autonomous Council
      6th Division - Armored – Dzunghar Autonomous Council
      7th Division - Infantry - Kasgar Kroraini Federated Council
      8th Division - Mechanized - Yarkand Kroraini Federated Council
      9th Division - Armored - Niya Kroraini Federated Council
      10th Division - Infantry - Khotan Kroraini Federated Council
      11th Division - Mechanized - Krorän Kroraini Federated Council

      Western Command
      12th Division - Armored - Kasmir Autonomous Council
      13th Division - Armored - Tokhar Autonomous Council
      14th Division - Infantry - Gandhara Autonomous Council
      15th Division - Mechanized - Sogdiana Autonomous Council
      16th Division - Armored - Herat Autonomous Council
      17th Division - Infantry – Herat Autonomous Council
      18th Division - Infantry – Herat Autonomous Council
      19th Division - Infantry - Margiana Autonomous Council
      20th Division - Mechanized - Margiana Autonomous Council
      21st Division - Armored - Margiana Autonomous Council
      22nd Division - Infantry – Dahai Autonomous Council
      23rd Division - Mechanized – Dahai Autonomous Council
      24th Division - Armored – Dahai Autonomous Council
      25th Division - Infantry – Kucha Executive District [KED]

      Infantry Division: ~18,000 Men, ~300 Artillery Guns, ~50 AA Guns, ~600 Vehicles, ~800 Officers, ~100 Armored Vehicles
      6 Infantry Brigades: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 20 Light Artillery Pieces, 40 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles each.
      1 Artillery Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 180 Artillery Pieces, 200 Vehicles.
      1 Motorized Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 10 Light Artillery Pieces, 120 vehicles, 50 Officers, 50 Armored Vehicles
      1 Commissar Battalion: (MPs) 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Logistic Battalion: 800 men, 100 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Signal Battalion: 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Command Battalion: 400 men, 50 officers
      1 Reconnaissance Battalion: 800 men, 20 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles
      1 Antiaircraft Battalion: 600 men, 50 anti aircraft guns, 50 vehicles.

      Motor-Rifle Division: ~16,000 Men, ~200 Artillery Guns/SPGS, ~50 AA Guns, ~1,200 Vehicles, ~800 Officers, ~300 Armored Vehicles
      6 Motorized Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 10 Light Artillery Pieces, 120 vehicles, 50 Officers, 50 Armored Vehicles each.
      1 Self Propelled Artillery Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 150 Self Propelled Artillery Pieces, 200 Vehicles.
      1 Commissar Battalion: (MPs) 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      2 Logistic Battalions: 800 men, 100 vehicles, 10 officers each.
      1 Signal Battalion: 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Command Battalion: 400 men, 50 officers
      1 Reconnaissance Battalion: 800 men, 20 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles
      1 Antiaircraft Battalion: 600 men, 50 anti aircraft guns, 50 vehicles.

      Armored Division: ~16,000 Men, ~200 Artillery Guns/SPGS, ~50 AA Guns, ~800 Vehicles, ~800 Officers, ~700 Armored Vehicles
      3 Motorized Brigades: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 10 Light Artillery Pieces, 120 vehicles, 50 Officers, 50 Armored Vehicles each.
      3 Armored Brigades: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 120 vehicles, 50 officers, 200 Armored Vehicles each.
      1 Self Propelled Artillery Brigade: 1,950 men, 50 officers, 150 Self Propelled Artillery Pieces, 200 Vehicles.
      1 Commissar Battalion: (MPs) 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      2 Logistic Battalions: 800 men, 100 vehicles, 10 officers each.
      1 Signal Battalion: 800 men, 10 vehicles, 10 officers
      1 Command Battalion: 400 men, 50 officers
      1 Reconnaissance Battalion: 800 men, 20 vehicles, 10 armored vehicles
      1 Antiaircraft Battalion: 600 men, 50 antiaircraft guns, 50 vehicles.[/font]

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Dharja PM

      9×18mm Dharja

      Pistol

      Kroraina

      T-30

      7.62×25mm Tahantre

      Pistol

      Kroraina

      Boddhagaya

      5.8×21mm

      Pistol

      Kroraina

      Rifles

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Palasinora

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Gangamaitri

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Nur

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Palasinora-2

      7.62×39mm

      Assault Rifle

      Kroraina

      Suddha

      7.62×39mm

      Semi-automatic Carbine

      Kroraina

      Suddha-2

      7.62×54mmR

      Bolt-action Sniper Rifle

      Kroraina

      Machine Guns

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Vranagraha LMG

      5.56x45 NATO

      Light Machine Gun

      Kroraina

      Locally produced RPK variant. Standard SAW.

      Chhetri GPMG

      7.62×51mm NATO

      General Purpose Machine Gun

      Kroraina

      Locally produced variant of the PK machine gun.

      Anti-tank Weapons

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Agnikariya G

      64 mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      Kroraina

      Agnikariya H

      85mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      PRC

      Agnikariya J

      40 mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade launcher

      Kroraina

      RPG-Bodhosavat

      72.5 mm

      Rocket-propelled grenade launcher

      Kroraina

      Angnikariya K

      35 mm

      grenade launcher

      Kroraina

      Bodhosavat 2

      73 mm

      Recoilless rifle

      Kroraina

      Anti-Infantry Grenade-based Weapons

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Chandri

      40x46 mm

      Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Single-shot Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Erarwati.

      Kammotse

      40x46 mm

      Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Multi-shot Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Erarwati.

      Underbarrel Grenade Launchers

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      UBGL-M8

      40×46mm

      Underbarrel Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Single-shot underbarrel Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Erarwati.

      UBGL-1

      40x46mm

      Underbarrel Grenade Launcher

      Kroraina

      Single-shot underbarrel Grenade Launcher designed and produced in Kroraina for export.

      Mortars

      Model

      Image

      Caliber

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      Mahashakti

      60mm

      Light Mortar

      Kroraina

      Light mortar designed and produced in Kroraina.

      Mahashakti 2

      82mm

      Medium Mortar

      Kroraina

      Medium mortar designed and produced in Kroraina for export.

      2S12 Sani

      120 mm

      Heavy Mortar

      USSR/Kroraina

      Heavy mortar designed in the Kroraina and produced locally. Many mounted as the "Tundzha-Sani" on the MT-LB APC.

      Man-portable air defense systems

      Model

      Image

      HE Content

      Type

      Origin

      Details

      SA-7 Shanti

      370g

      MANPADS

      Kroraina derivative of the Soviet 9K32 Strela-2. Made for export.

      SA-14 Shakti

      370g

      MANPADS

      Kroraina/USSR

      Kroraini derivative of the 9K34 Strela-3. Used by Opalchentsi, and for export.

      SA-16 Bhagavati

      390g

      MANPADS

      USSR/Kroraina

      Derivative of the Soviet 9K38 Igla.

      SA-Mandalaraj Grouse

      390g

      MANPADS

      USSR/Kroraina

      Further development of the Soviet 9K38 Igla.

      Grenade Launchers

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Cartridge

      Origin

      Comments

      Khana 43

      Under-barrel grenade launcher

      40mm VOG-25

      Kroraina

      Standard under-barrel grenade launcher.

      Rashtriya -6

      Grenade launcher

      40mm VOG-25

      Kroraina

      Revolver-style personal grenade launcher.

      Pardeges 20

      Automatic grenade launcher

      30x29mm

      Kroraina

      Automatic grenade launcher.

      Rocket & missile systems

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Caliber

      Origin

      Comments

      Agnikariya I

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      72.5 mm

      Kroraina

      Disposable anti-personnel RPG.

      Suryakoti 23

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      125 mm

      Kroraina

      Standard disposable anti-tank RPG.

      RPG-30

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      105 mm

      Kroraina

      Disposable anti-tank RPG with measures against modern active protection systems.

      RPG-32

      Rocket-propelled grenade

      105 mm

      Kroraina

      Standard reusable anti-tank RPG.

      9K115-2 Jahan-M

      Anti-tank missile

      130 mm

      Kroraina

      Multi-platform guided missile system.

      9M133 Sangharaja

      Anti-tank missile

      160 mm

      Kroraina

      Multi-platform guided missile system; most advanced in Kroraini service.

      Prachathagraha Aerial Defense System

      Anti-air missile system[

      70 mm

      Kroraina

      Guided missile system; standard anti-air infantry weapon.

      Rocket & missile systems

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Caliber

      Origin

      Comments

      Kali

      Hand Grenade

      60mm

      Kroraina

      6 meter kill radius, 3.8 second fuse, will detonate on impact after being armed for 1.8 seconds.

      Kali 2

      Hand Grenade

      60mm

      Kroraina

      4 meter kill radius, 3.8 second fuse, will detonate on impact after being armed for 1.8 seconds.

      Mines

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Detonation

      Origin

      Comments

      Maprhaha

      anti-personnel

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      Propels ~485/540 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 50 meters.

      Mapraha 2

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      Propels ~2000 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 90 meters.

      Mapraha 3

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      Propels ~400 steel projectiles to a kill radius of 100 meters.

      Mapraha 4

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command

      Kroraina

      A larger and more powerful version of the MON-100.

      OZM

      Anti-personnel mine

      Tripwire/Command/Pressure

      Kroraina

      ~500g TNT, fragmentation mine.

      Candre

      Anti-tank mine

      Pressure

      Kroraina

      7.5 kg TNT.

      Candre 1

      Anti-tank mine

      Seismic sensor/Optical sensor

      Kroraina

      13 kg TNT

      Candre 2

      Anti-tank mine

      Magnetic Sensor

      Kroraina

      10 kg TNT

      Mortars

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      HM Samni

      Heavy mortar

      336

      Kroraina

      120mm shell.

      HM Kuli

      Infantry mortar

      306

      Kroraina

      82mm shell.

      Maha Vasilek

      82mm gun-mortar

      131

      Kroraina

      82mm shell.

      Field Artillery

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Khaskirati

      Howitzer

      264

      Kroraina

      122mm

      Mahaloktse

      Howitzer

      131

      Kroraina

      152mm

      2A45 Bhasharasthana-B

      Anti-tank gun

      240

      Kroraina

      125mm

      Self-propelled Artillery

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Gunacharya

      Self-propelled Howitzer/Mortar

      100

      Kroraina

      120mm.

      Samhun

      Self-propelled Howitzer

      600

      Kroraina

      120mm.

      Balachandre

      Self-propelled howitzer

      500

      Kroraina

      152mm.

      Rocket Artillery

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Arhāntratidi 1

      Multiple rocket launcher

      374

      Kroraina

      122mm/220mm/300mm.

      9K512 Arhāntratidi-1M

      Multiple rocket launcher

      29

      Kroraina

      220mm-300mm.

      Arhāntratidi-1

      Multiple rocket launcher

      10

      Kroraina

      220mm.

      Tactical ballistic missile systems

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Shem Iskander-M / SS-26

      Tactical ballistic missile

      10

      Kroraina

      480 kg conventional warhead, maximum 500 km missile range.

      Air Defense Vehicles

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Bhilobar

      SPAAG

      75

      Kroraina

      Maharsi Strela-10M3

      Short range SAM

      38

      Kroraina

      Mounted on a variety of platforms.

      Ostletha

      Short range SAM

      478

      Kroraina

      Mararsi-2

      Short range SAM

      443

      Kroraina

      2K12 Lakshana

      Medium range SAM

      41

      Kroraina

      9K37M1 Bukka

      Medium range SAM

      17

      Kroraina

      Bhragodharacha-300

      Long range SAM

      74

      Kroraina

      Tanks

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Sotshedi

      Main Battle Tank

      90

      Kroraina

      125mm smoothbore gun, standard MBT and developed from the t-80

      Sai Samn

      Light Tank

      84

      RFSR

      125mm gun, fills reconnaissance role and has enough firepower to destroy heavier MBTs.

      Infantry Fighting Vehicles

      Model

      Image

      Type

      Quantity

      Origin

      Comments

      Bhirandava

      IFV

      100

      RFSR

      BMP-3 with significant upgrades; notably, an unmanned turret.


      People's Air Liberation Force
      "थे पेओप्ल्ऽस अर्मेद फ़ोचेस्"

      Personnel: 7,999,033
      Transport Helicopters: 662
      Attack Helicopters: 663
      Fighter Aircraft: 317
      Bombers: 468

      The People's Air Liberation Force is a powerful force in regional affairs, And it has been the branch that the People's Government has invested the most into in recent decades, due to the realization that air superiority is critical to a successful ground war in this new age of warfare. Despite that, government funding for the air force has been planned to increase 15% in the 2018. Nearly 40,000 people are employed by the PLAF. Aircraft of the branch are located in PLAF installations across the country, with several installations being under the authority of the Commissariat of the Interior. The PLAF's headquarters is in Kucha.

      Name

      Image

      Type

      No.

      Origin

      Comments

      Antonov An-12

      Link

      Transport aircraft

      19

      USSR

      Antonov An-24

      Link

      Transport aircraft

      4

      USSR

      Beriev Be-12

      Link

      Patrol aircraft

      8

      USSR

      Su-24M

      Link

      All-weather attack aircraft

      108

      USSR

      Su-24MR

      Link

      Bomber aircraft

      94

      USSR

      Name

      Image

      Type

      No.

      Origin

      Comments

      Kamov Ka-27

      Link

      Anti-submarine warfare helicopter

      10

      USSR

      Can be ship-based.

      Kamov Ka-29

      Link

      Assault transport helicopter

      16

      USSR

      Can be ship-based.

      Mil Mi-8

      Link

      Transport helicopter

      18

      USSR

      Mil Mi-14

      Link

      Anti-submarine helicopter

      24

      USSR

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      Type

      Origin

      Quantity

      Image

      AW109

      Utility Helicopter

      Italy

      26

      l------------------------AS532 Cougarl------------------------

      Utility Helicopter

      France

      38

      OH-58 Kiowa

      Reconnaissance Helicopter

      United States

      5

      Harimau

      Multirole Fighter

      France

      60

      Jaguar

      Attack Aircraft

      Multinational

      36

      MB-339

      Trainer Aircraft

      Italy

      12

      PC-7

      Trainer Aircraft

      Switzerland

      44

      C-130

      Transport Aircraft

      United States

      16

      Read dispatch

RP:Response to [nation]Krorainaiana[/nation]
Our country would like to contact the Krorainian government in order to establish relations, that will benefit our people. We also want to discuss the Kowenian Question, whose actions of enslaving of foreign citizens is compulsive and worthy of condemnation.

RP: Time to say goodbye...
Missiles are launched from the giant underground fortresses of Northern New Solingarch, screaming towards Kadershan. These missiles are unlike any previous generation, as these contain Photospores, a plant-like spore that reproduces rapidly. About 500 of these missiles are launched, racing towards various locations in Kadershan.
Along with these missiles, the Naval and Aero forces have arrived near Kadershan and are now bombarding the coastal region, and Aerorecon forces are venturing further in.
This is only the first wave of attacks. Surrender now, or we will burn you to ashes.
This is your only warning.

(EDIT: These attacks were and are targeted SPECIFICALLY against the jinxies. Any and all non-jinxie populace is not affected by these attacks whatsoever. The Photospores are non-harmful to anything else but the jinxies, and are degraded after around 5 days[rp] They are also able to be cooked and eaten as food.)

OORP
Hey y'all, I just wanted to make this post again to explain the confusing state that is Kowen (what is commonly referred to as the Kowenian States.)

In a nutshell: A large nation that has been divided by the political and religious views of it's citizens, so much so that the nation of Kowen often fractures into multiple states (take a look at China's history.)

Really just this video on loop, that's Kowen's history:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zv5-SD9U1Y

In a longer answer: Kowen is (or was) one of the largest nations in Kalrania population wise (over 14.6 billion, combining the population of the four main states) that has gone through a history of unification and seperation of violent wars that usually followed by brutal surpressions of the ruling regime, despite it's violent history Kowen had stayed out of the international spotlight intentionally for most of it's existence, leading the nation to be severely lacking behind on the technology curve of most of the international community. Kowen's longest and bloodiest civil war (deemed 'The Great Kowenian Civil War' by the Kowenians) is what brought Kowen in the international community, finally reaching out for trade and diplomatic reasons. Although the nation is split, many are determined to reunify the country under their own flag, leading to pretty much non-stop conflict in Kowen eventually climaxing when larger states clashed for dominance in the region. This division among the Kowenian people has been exploited by some foreigners, while others seek to unify the country under a friendly ideology or through peaceful means. Will they ever be succesful? Who knows.

Accounts:
Kowenian States
The placeholder for the map for the nation of Kowen, contains all of the following accounts listed below.
North Kowen
Originally part of the Kowenian Commune, a communist state that controlled the Northeastern section of Kowen, North Kowen had been divided and given to Archron Empire who then decided to install a democratic regime in the area.
East Kowen
Annexed by South Kowen in the war that ended with the demise of the Kowenian Commune.
South Kowen
An authoritarian, nationalist (not to be confused with fascist) dictatorship that arose from a coup d'état, South Kowen was invaded by the Kowenian Commune in an attempt to unify the two states but actually went on the offensive and emerged as the victor of the conflict due to support from Whicistaion and Dwarf Land4, in return for the aid South Kowen willingly became a protectorate of Whicistaion.
West Kowen
Originally a fascist dictatorship, West Kowen had suprised everyone when it peacefully dissolved into a democratic republic. The democratic republic was short lived though, with fanatics of both sides of the political spectrum rising up in the country and beginning to seize territory for their side, currently bringing it into a civil war.
Central State of Kowen
An absolute monarchist state with some of the most politically apathetic citizens of Kowen, Central Kowen was created by forces of Rumanian States with the exiled South Kowenian monarch (see South Kowen description) after the coup. Central State of Kowen remains a protectorate of Rumania, and interacts very little with it's neighboring Kowenian States.
Nakatoro
A puppet city-state located on the coast that was given to Schwypia for their involvement in the war in Kowen that saw the demise of the Kowenian Commune. Currently, Nakatoro has undergone a coup d'état by communists from the Kowenian Commune, Schwypian forces are expected to arrive in Nakatoro to deal with the insurrectionists soon.
Incheon City
A Kowenian state on the smaller side, given to Woleve Atraland for their actions in the war that saw the demise of the Kowenian Commune. A bunch of citizens of Incheon however call for the establishment of a monarchial state, to replace the current colony status of Woleve Atralanda, which is overseen by a Atralandian governor.

If you have any more questions or need more clarity, contact me on discord or mention Kowenian States on the RMB and I'll see it sooner or later.

P.S. There are false accounts going around claiming to be mine, but the only official ones have been listed above. If it is not one of the listed accounts above, then it is not official RP wise.

Thank you for your time to read this post,

Regards,

Kowen

RP: Rising like the moon
After the defense panic about the jinxies in Kadershan, the council of Northern New Solignarch has decided to join an alliance; the Comintern.

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