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Trans-Euran Command

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Trans-Euran Command
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Active: 1646–the present
In use by:
Allegiance: Raspur Pact

Type: Command
Size: 2,490,376
Nickname: Desert Rats

Current Commander: Esmeralda al-Osman
Conflicts & Deployments

The Trans-Euran Command is a Constancian-led continental theatre command established by the SANE alliance of Constancia, Natopia, Shireroth and, formerly, the Empire of the Alexandrians. A multinational force, it is commanded by the Marshal of the Imperial Constancian Armed Forces, who was in turn given the concurrent Imperial Republic rank of Magister-Generalissimus, a special rank reserved only for the senior most Shirerithian Imperial Army officer in theatre.

Contributing forces

The main theatre-level formation available to the Trans-Euran Command, the Euranikon Omáda Lávaron (Euran Banner Group) is formed from units contributed by the Imperial Constancian Armed Forces and the Euran Expeditionary Forces formed overwhelmingly of Shirerithian auxiliaries with some naval and air force personnel attached. Although the Natopian contribution was comparatively small, they nonetheless provided personnel for crucial niche roles in the merchant fleet, responsible for keeping the Constancian cities in the Gulf of Aqaba fed, and the aerospace forces, as well as in sustaining certain niche high-tech capabilities beyond the skill of native Euran forces to maintain.

As the largest contributing force, in terms of headcount, the Imperial Constancian Armed Forces provides the commander-in-chief for the Trans-Euran Command and exercises command and control over allied forces deployed in theatre. Owing however to the degraded condition of the industrial base of Constancia, and the limited capacity of its economy, the Trans-Euran Command has remained heavily reliant upon material support delivered via the allocations system of the Allied Production Matrix.

National Contributions

Contributing National Force Allocation
(% of Contributing National Force)
Lead Nation
Constancia Imperial Constancian Armed Forces 80% Yes
Imperial Federation Grand Armada of the Imperial Federation 5% No
Nouvelle Alexandrie Federal Forces of Nouvelle Alexandrie 30% No
Oportia Oportian Security Forces 100% No
Suren Confederacy Military of the Suren Confederacy 90% No

Attached formations


The organisational structure of the Trans-Euran Command is based around formations assigned from and led by the Imperial Constantinian Armed Forces (ICAF), with Aldurian units beginning to integrate into a combined command structure from 1681 AN onwards.

Order of Battle

The Chief of Staff, his directors, and their staff, photographed at Astérapolis (1670 AN).


Chiefs of Staff
Portrait Officeholder Took office Left office
George Maniakes 1646 36.XV.1698 AN
Position vacant1699 War of the Officers 1.I.1699 AN 1.VII.1699 AN
2 Konstantin Moudros 1.VII.1699 AN 6.XI.1699 AN
Position vacant1699 War of the Officers 6.XI.1699 AN 9.XV.1699 AN
3 Abeiron Maniakes 9.XV.1699 AN IX.1703 AN
Position vacantWar for Rosamund's Honor IX.1703 AN 18.XIV.1706 AN
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Esmeralda al-Osman 18.XIV.1706 AN

Operational activity

Date Formation Subject Summary
1.I.1715 AN General Inspectorate of Eura and Corum Operation Strongarm Training and capacity-building activities of Zeed military and police forces.
1.I.1714 AN General Inspectorate of Eura and Corum Joint Border Forces Border security mission in Oportia.
1.XIII.1709 AN
  • Aqabah Banner Fleet
Operation Secure Waters Deployment of four corvettes and support elements to patrol the maritime waters of Oportia and to guard against the resurgence of Bassarid piracy.
12.VII.1694 AN
  • Aqabah Banner Command
Epicheírisi Vóreia Aspída Border security operations, Razjania

Past Actions

Date Formation Subject Summary
1693 AN1701 AN
  • Constancian Expeditionary Force
  • Nivardom Banner Command
Epicheírisi Prásino Liontári Liberation of Zeed from the All-Union Revolutionary Front.
17.II.1693 AN – 14.IX.1694 AN
  • Aqabah Banner Command
  • Nivardom Banner Command
Operation Anthosmías Defence of Suren from Zeedic aggression.
1690 AN
  • Aqabah Command
  • Nivardom Command
  • Susa Command
Razjania Maneuvers
19.I.1687 –08.III.1688 AN
  • Aqabah Command
  • Nivardom Command
  • General Service Corps
  • Proti Stratia
Operation Dyre-Storm 87
24.XII.1669–1689 Aqabah Command Operation Whisky-Tango-Foxtrot
  1. Actions to counter illegal fishing, smuggling, and violations of exclusive economic zone.
  • Aqabah Command
  • Nivardom Command
  • General Service Corps
  • Proti Stratia
Operation Sentinel
  • Forward deployment of Proti Stratia & Aqabah Command air assets to Alkhiva, Nueva Geneva, & Alvarenga
  • Concentration of all warships towards the Dyre Straits
16.XIV.1674–1681 Aqabah Command Task Force Alduria Task Force Alduria, a civil-military operations brigade with attached water purification, engineering and military police units, has been deployed in fraternal solidarity to its Euran neighbour to assist in its time of need.
09.II.1672–1673 General Service Corps Talenore-Niijima Friendship Cruise After assuming responsibility for Raspur Pact operations in the Captive Sea region, the General Service Corps is ordered to:
  1. Conduct the pacification, settlement, and plantation of Zylenisí (success);
  2. Integrate and coordinate the Niijima-Talenore-Zylenisí Air Defence Identification Zone (NTZ-ADIZ) (discontinued);
  3. Maintain the joint fisheries and commerce protection fleet of Constancia and the Beneluccas (success);
  4. Continue freedom of navigation patrols between Niijima, Talenore, and Zylenisí (partial success).
  1. Proti Stratia
  2. General Service Corps
Operation Quickstep
  1. Integration of foreign volunteer transferees from allied militaries into ICAF service.
  2. Grant of citizenship to Shirerithian Auxiliaries exercising treaty rights of free movement.
24.XII.1669–1671 Nivardom Command Operation Darrūd
  1. Demobilisation of 2nd and 3rd line Raspurid Forces.
  2. Training of Agrofilaki for civilian police duties.
  3. Fortification of the approaches to Nivardom.
  4. Punitive actions against the remnant of Azad Eura.
1665/1666 Trans-Euran Command Operation Steppe Fury Operation Steppe Fury (WiP)
  • XIII–XV.1665: Mitra-Varaz Campaign. Rebel forces loyal to Lady of Aspadana expelled from Mitra and Varaz Ostans. Lines of communication opened to Nivardom.
  • XIV.1665: Raspur declares war upon Iteru.
    • Economic war against Iteru: Distant (sometimes over the horizon) blockade against Iteran shipping. Diplomatic and espionage action against Iteran attempts to access international markets, purchase weapons systems or export raw materials.
  • Action of 24.XV.1665: Iteran maritime patrol aircraft attack convoy 1665-08 off coast of Zinjibar. Two vessels sunk. Significant shipment of small arms lost.
  • 03.I.1666: Division of Varaz passes along the Trans-Euran Railway to the west of Nivardom.
  • 13.I.1666: Division of Zjandar establishes contact with Constancian garrison at Aqabah.
  • 19.III.1666: Cerid warbands raid Iteran outposts south of Damietta.[1]
  • 23.III.1666: Enhanced sensor equipment arrives in theatre.
  • 10–13.IV.1666: Battle of Alkhiva
  • 15.IV–12.V.1666: Landings at Susa
  • 13.V–24.IX.1666: Air War over Iteru
18.IX.1663–1672 No. 26 Group Euran Air Policing Euran Air Policing is a Raspur Pact operation conducted to patrol the continental airspace of Eura, extending beyond the borders of Constancia to include the Raspurid sphere of influence as well as the territory of Eklesia. As Eklesia does not have an air force, in 1662 it requested that Raspur periodically deploy fighter aircraft to Zugashvili Airport to provide protection of its airspace. As Raspur itself lacks a sufficient air arm for its own defences, the Eklesia-Raspur treaty requested the assistance of Trans-Eura Command. The first deployment of aircraft took place on 18.IX.1663 with quick reaction flights (QRF) from Epsilon Moíra deployed to the airports of Zugashvili, Raspur, and Vey. Trans-Eura Command also sponsors the integration of the three countries air navigation radar systems into a single air command and control system through the deployment of technical specialists and hardware.