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Revision as of 09:27, 16 January 2020

{{{1}}} This article or section is a work in progress. The information below may be incomplete, outdated, or subject to change.

The Equipment of the Imperial Frankish Army is considered a secret, but much of the equipment has become public since the Second Amokolian War. After the Peace of Norfae, the Brandenburger Post made a list of the equipment of the Kaiserliche Fränkische Armee in a series of reports. The publication is controversial, but considered as part of the freedom of the press.

The following list of military equipment has been compiled based on observations of the relevant components. The precise numbers and properties are not always known. In addition, it is quite possible that the certain components have remained secret.

Ground forces equipment

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
Entrenching tool
Clock Feldspaten Batavia Batavia field spade xx Feldspaten.jpg
Hand grenades
KFA M61 Francia Francia fragmentation grenade xx KFA-M61.jpg
KFA M84 Francia Francia stun grenade xx KFA-M84.jpg
Knives
Clock Feldmesser 81 Batavia Batavia survival knife xx Feldmesser 81.jpg
Machine guns
Iskander NG-7 Francia Francia light machine gun xx Iskander NG-7.jpg
Iskander M2 Francia Francia heavy machine gun xx Iskander M2.jpg
Personal armour
M15 Adrian helmet Shireroth Shireroth combat helmet 0 Adrian helmet.png The Amokolian Highlanders used this combat helmet until it was replaced by the Gefechtshelm GH-2.
Gefechtshelm GH-2 Francia Francia combat helmet xx GH-2.jpg
Kampfjacke-1 Francia Francia combat vest xx Kampfjacke-1.jpg This combat vest was introduced at the same time as the Gefechtshelm GH-2.
Pistols
Iskander 941 Francia Francia semi-automatic pistol xx Iskander 941.jpg This pistol is also used by the police.
Clock 17 Batavia Batavia semi-automatic pistol xx Clock 17.jpg
Clock 19 Batavia Batavia semi-automatic pistol xx Clock 19.jpg
FIG P226 Francia Francia semi-automatic pistol xx FIG P226.jpg
Rifles
FIG 516 Francia Francia semi-automatic rifle xx FIG 516.jpg
FIG M400 Francia Francia semi-automatic rifle xx FIG M400.jpg
SSG 3000 Francia Francia sniper rifle xx FIG SSG3000.jpg
HK416 Francia Francia automatic rifle xx FIG HK416.jpg
Rocket and grenade launchers
KFA-MTPUAT Francia Francia shoulder-launched rocket xx KFA-MTPUAT.jpg
KFA-MK19 Francia Francia automatic grenade launcher xx KFA-MK19.jpg
Vehicles
KFA Mk 4m Francia Francia main battle tank xx KFA-Mk4m.jpg
KFA P45 Francia Francia main battle tank 0 KFA-P45.jpg This main battle tank is not yet in production, it is expected that the first tanks will be delivered in 1684 AN.
KFA M5 "Schleuder" Francia Francia guided missile carrier xx KFA-M5.jpg
HK-1A1 Guttuli Guttuli 155 mm self-propelled howitzer 50 in order HK-1A1.png On order after the Franco-Guttulinese Treaty was concluded.

Air forces equipment

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
Fighter jets
Fliegender Adler FA-30 Francia Francia multirole fighter xx FA-30.jpg
Fliegender Adler FA-37 Francia Francia supermaneuverable multirole fighter xx FA-37.jpg
Fliegender Adler FA-57 Francia Francia stealth multirole fighter xx FA-57.jpg
Helicopters
Fliegende Wespe FW-52 Francia Francia attack helicopter xx FW-52.jpg
Training planes
ArBa 42 Batavia Batavia propeller plane xx ArBa 42.jpg
Transport aircrafts
ArBa 178 Batavia Batavia transport jet xx ArBa 178.jpg

Naval forces equipment

Name Origin Type Quantity Photo Notes
Specialist equipment
Schwimmende Insel SI-01 Francia Francia mobile offshore base 1 MOB Tassity Mansabdar.jpg The mobile offshore base was deployed by the Tassity Mansabdar at Operation Khalibali in 1672.
Seebasiertes Radar Francia Francia sea-based radar 1 Sbr.jpg
Submarines
Havfrue klasse Stormark Stormark nuclear-powered submarine 25 Havfrue.jpg These submarines were made available by Stormark to Francia during the Second Amokolian War.
Seedrachenklasse I Francia Francia diesel-electric submarine xx Seedrachenklasse I.jpg

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Aerospace Forces equipment

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Equipment in development

Name Origin Type Expected introduction Photo Notes
Flatternder Flügel FF-70 Francia Francia Unmanned combat aerial vehicle 1685 FF-70.jpg