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Doctrine and Structure of the
Armed Forces of Feniz

Related topics: Preliminary Structure until 15 Dec 300 (with Zartanian Advisory Staff) -
Mapping And Geographic Service - Royal Air Travel Squadron - The Royal Yacht

Basic Operations Plan
and resulting Structural Outline
of the Expeditionary Forces

Army
elements

Navy
elements

Air superiority, air interdiction: Fighter Unit
Close air support: Fighter Bomber Wing Assault from the air: Airborne Unit
Means of transport: Airlift Unit
Long range force projection: Air Refuelling Unit
Logistics Unit

Supply Force

Main ground force: Armoured Unit

Means of transport: Sea Transport Craft

Assault across the beach: Marines Unit

Means of transport: Landing Craft

Artillery support from the sea, maritime interdiction: Destroyer Force

Following the example of Cruisana, it is part of the doctrine that the Armed Forces of Feniz will not operate in foreign territorial waters without either the consent of the foreign nation or a UNV mandate.

Troops for expeditionary missions will be instructed about the respective target country through a detailed Pocket Guide.

Forces Structure

There are plans being developed to set up a Militia (in order to satisfy the tribes that used to wear arms always and everywhere) under the control of the Emirs. They do not want to be without defence when attacked like when the Jezen troops came in and the central command did not react in time. The Emirs also want to control the constabulary, perhaps without the border component.

Under the supreme command of the
Beglerbeg
(Minister of Defence) the Armed Forces of Feniz consist of the following components:

Standard of the Beglerbeg
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here.

Regimental Colours

Aircraft Marking


Director General and
Chief of the Grand General Staff

The Grand General Staff acts as the defence ministy of Feniz.

Standard of the Director General and Chief of the Grand General Staff


Chief Royal Aide-de-Camp and
Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Guards

The Royal Guards (under operational command of the Sultan) are responsible for
  • the personal security of the Sultan and his family,
  • the sea and air transport of the Sultan and his family on state visits and private journeys, and
  • the internationally usual ceremonial (protocol) duties for foreign state visitors, namely
    • escorting their aircraft,
    • firing salutes, and
    • supplying honour guards, and
  • the military state ceremonies (like the Ceremony of the Kiss).

Furthermore, the Royal Guards operate a range of training installations,

  • the Officers' Academies of all components with integrated Basic Training Regiments,
  • the Royal Flying School for the armed forces as a whole,
  • the Inspector of Airshipping and the National Airshipping School with nation-wide responsibility, and
  • the Inspector of Music for the armed forces as a whole, with the International Military Music Academy, open for all nations.

Standard of the Royal Guards

Grand retreat in Potsdam
Footguards on Sultan's Birthday Parade


Fourship of the Ceremonial Fighter Escort Sqadron...

Alphajets escorting B-707
... ready to escort a state visitor to the Sultan W'Infri-Ed International Airport


The traditional pieces of the Ceremonial Salute Battery


Training Sailship B'IH-UNCAH

  • Chief of Staff
    • Personnel Division
    • Security Division
    • Operations Division
      • Royal Travel Branch
      • Central Services Branch
    • Protocol Division
      • Protocol Officer On Duty
    • Logistics Division
    • Communications Division
    • Budget and Finances Division
  • Royal Footguards
    • Royal Guards Regiment
      • Royal Lifeguards Battalion
      • Ceremonial Battalion
        • Ceremonial Music Corps
    • Royal Guards Wing
      • Ceremonial Fighter Escort Squadron (20 aircraft)
      • Royal Flying School
        • Flight Training Squadron (20 aircraft)
      • Aerotechnical Battalion
    • Fenizic Officers' Academy
      • Basic Training Regiment
    • Police Academy (constabulary officers)
      • Police School (constables' basic training)
  • Royal Naval Guards


Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Constabulary

The Royal Constabulary is tasked to conduct
  • border control,
  • inner security and territorial defence, and
  • airspace control and air defence.

The Royal Constabulary has been part of the Royal Army until the territorial expansion in the course of the incorporation of the former Hochlandia early in 301 required its growth and subsequent independence.

Standard of the Royal Constabulary


Parade of the first Fenizic regiments to take up their duty, on 8th Sept 300AP: a Border Regiment, a Royal Constabulary Regiment and the Royal
Footguards Regiment


Typical Constabulary Company Post


Fort at the western end of the wall along the former Hochlandian border. After the incorporation of former Hochlandia, the wall remains a highly frequented tourist attraction

Hawk
Anti-Aircraft Artillery Batallion: Surface-to-air missile RA&O HAWK

MiG-29
Fighter wing: Fighter aircraft Mk MICOYAN "G-29"

  • Chief of Staff
    • Personnel Division
    • Intelligence Division
    • Operations Division
      • General Constabulary and Police Branch
      • Border Branch
      • Airspace Branch supervising the
      • Regional Defence and Militia Branch
    • Criminal Investigation Bureau
    • Logistics Division
    • Communications Division
    • Budget and Finances Division
  • AL'JUMU-RIA Constabulary Command
    • Royal Constabulary Regiment
      • Constabulary Battalions (2: 1 per Emirate: I'Para Lass-Puki, Prall'Ist Anni-Esto; Fenizabad see below)
        • Constabulary Company
          (1 per District)
          with mix of platoons as appropriate:
          • Motor Platoon
          • Camel Platoon
          • Horse Platoon
        • Constabulary Base Company
      • FENIZABAD Metropolitan Defence and Training Battalion
        • Music Corps
    • Border Regiment
      • Border Battalions (Coast, West)
        • Airborne Border Patrol Company
        • Helicopter Squadron (10 aircraft each = 20)
        • Base Company
    • Constabulary Logistics Regiment
  • MOKRA Constabulary Command
    • Royal Constabulary Regiment
      • Constabulary Battalions (4)
      • KYJOVO Metropolitan Defence and Training Battalion
        • Music Corps
    • Border Regiment
      • Border Battalions (3) (10 aircraft each = 30)
    • Constabulary Logistics Regiment
  • SUKHA Constabulary Command
    • Royal Constabulary Regiment
      • Constabulary Battalions (5)
      • LEVITS'KI Metropolitan Defence and Training Battalion
        • Music Corps
    • Border Regiment
      • Border Battalions (5) (10 aircraft each = 50)
    • Constabulary Logistics Regiment
  • Air Defence Command


Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Army and
of the Fenizic Expeditionary Corps

The Royal Army is organized and trained for defence and counter-attack with multi-purpose, highly mobile land forces including amphibious, airborne and close-air-support troops for the national defence, or vexillium-wide under UNV mandate.

In the 303AP reorganisation aiming at "structural attack incapability" (STRAIN), the army was reduced by 2 (airborne and mountain) regimental staffs, 5 (amphibious, airborne, mountain, tank and artillery) battalions, and 50 tanks. 1 artillery battery was retained. Furthermore, the Intercontinental Intervention Command was deprived of its integral logistics forces which have been summarized under a new, independent Logistics Command.

Standard of the Fenizic Expeditionary Corps


Airborne Battalion: Parachutable weapon carrier RA&O PARA BELLUM

Leopard 2
Armoured Battalion, Tank Company: Heavy tank RA&O LEO

Luchs
Armoured Battalion, Reconnaissance Company: Reconnaissance tank RA&O LUX


Field Artillery Battery: Self-propelled gun RA&O DESERTSTORM

PA-200 Tornado
The 1st Squadron/Fighter Bomber Wing is equipped with the all weather fighter bomber RA&O PAN AVIA


Fighter Bomber C-23 (version especially developed by Whitlam for the Armed Forces of Feniz) of the 2nd Squadron/Fighter Bomber Wing


Twoship of C-23's on long-range reconnaissance flight over Glaciaria

C-160 Transall
Air Transport Wing: Transporter RA&O TRANS ALL...


... here to be seen on a transoceanic mission


Tanker Wing: Tanker RA&O PLUS ULTRA in action

Standard jeep ORDCAR SYLVESTRA for all branches of the armed forces
(a product of the
Kingdom of Ordland)
  • Chief of the General Command
  • Intercontinental Intervention Command
    (assigned to the UNV)
    • Staff Regiment
      • Staff Battalion
        • Signal Company
        • Topographic Battery
        • Music Corps
        • Field Training Company
        • Helicopter Transport Squadron (10 aircraft)
      • Engineer Battalion
    • Specialized Regiment
      • Amphibian Battalion
        • Marine Commando Company
      • Airborne Battalion
        • Parachute Commando Company
      • Mountain Batallion
        • Mountain Climber Company
        • Mountain Battery
        • Muli Transport Company
    • Mechanized Regiment
      • Armoured Battalion
        • Tank Company (15 battle tanks)
        • Armoured Reconnaissance Company (15 reconnaissance tanks)
        • Field Artillery Battery
      • Mechanized Infantry Battalion
    • Fighter Bomber Wing (40 aircraft)
  • Intercontinental Air Transport Command
    • Air Transport Wing
      • 2 Transport Squadrons (8 aircraft each)
      • Tanker Squadron (8 aircraft)
      • Photo Survey Squadron (4 aircraft)
    • Helicopter Transport Wing (40 aircraft)
  • Logistics Command
    • Central Military Hospital
    • Army Logistics Regiment
      • Field Logistics Battalion
        • Motor Transport Company
        • Supply Company
        • Medical Company
      • Amphibian Logistics Battalion
        • Beach Transshipment Company
        • Harbour Transshipment Company
    • Forward Air Transport Support Regiment
      • Air Station Battalion
        • Mobile Air Traffic Control Post
        • Signal Company
        • Weather Station
      • Field Aircraft-technical Battalion
      • Ground Defence Battalion
        • Infantry Company
        • Anti Aircraft Battery


Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Navy and
of the Fenizic Expeditionary Fleet

The Royal Navy has three main duties:
  1. To defend the coast against attacks from the sea and the territorial waters against illegal intrusion
  2. To defend Fenizic ships on the high seas against attacks and illegal impediments
  3. To defend and support expeditionary operations

Standard of the Fenizic Expeditionary Fleet


Command Post Vessel CURATOR PACIS VEXILLIO
, ex THUNDERBIRD, purchased 303AP from Zartania, as seen in the Ulnovabad roads

F-123 "Brandenburg"
Frigates FENIZ (above) and FUTURON (below)
F-123 "Brandenburg"
identical: FANTAST, FERMAN, FILOSOF, FANGO


Landing craft LOBSTER
identical: LEGUAN, LASTA, LINDA, LUMBAL, LORELEY

S-
Corvette CITADEL
identical: CENTAUR, CENTRO, CERMATT, CELIBAT, CODIAK, CIAPOCLAC, CIUDAD, CANESTEN, CONTRA, CANTA, CISTERN

M-
Division of Mine Sweepers
MILDNESS, MINDFUL, MOONEY
(Squadron Commodore on board MILDNESS)

identical: MALTA, MISTRA, MIMOS, MASTER, MILDRED

Ex-Hochlandian: MAXI, MINI, MONO, MERLIN

Bell UH-1D
Multi purpose helicopter RA&O LIBERTY BELL
(sold also to Armed Forces of Aethelnia, Army Air Corps)


Delacroix amphibious flying boat
designed for Search and Rescue (SAR), naval patrol, etc.

Most ships built by the Royal Shipyard.


Observe a naval exercise!

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Naval Ensign


Naval Jack


Broad Pennant of an Admiral Of The High Seas (read more about the Fenizic military ranks)


Broad Pennant of an Admiral


Pennant of a Squadron Commodore


Captain's Pennant

Mounist
Sbirna Sol.
Cruisian (of Cruis.)
Cultist
Religious Pennants, shown during religious service, asks for silence in the surrounding, no visits

Signal (letter "Q", so-called "loaded cannon flag")
shown by Coastal Defence units, orders a vessel to stop for investigation

More signal flags.

  • Chief of the Admiralty
    • Personnel Division
    • Intelligence Division
    • Operations Division
    • Logistics Division
    • Communications Division
    • Budget and Finances Division
  • Command of the High Seas
  • Command of the Coastal Defence
    • Corvettes Squadron (12 vessels)
      • 3 Divisions
    • Mine Sweeper Squadron (12 vessels)
      • 3 Divisions
    • Support Squadron (8 vessels)
      • 2 Divisions
  • Command of Naval Aeronautics
    • Naval Helicopter Wing
      • CPV & Frigates On-Board Helicopter Squadron (20 aircraft)
      • Helicopter Transport Squadron (20 aircraft)
      • Search and Rescue Helicopter Squadron (20 aircraft, one permanently on Fora Rifo)
      • Helicopter Technical Battalion
    • Naval Air Patrol Wing
  • Coastal Base Command
    • Logistic Bases Regiment
    • Logistics Regiment
      • Depots
      • Shipyards
   

Training and Royal Air Travel Airship CENTENNIUM


Border Patrol Airship VEXILLUM


Navy Airship WHALE

All airships built by

Ingallish names of the RA&O produced weapon systems have been chosen to facilitate export.

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