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Military of the Wechua Nation

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Tawantinsuyu

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Active:
  • 1st Foundation: 1664 – 1669 AN
  • 2nd Foundation: 1673 –

Allegiance: Wechua Nation

Personnel: 160,000 personnel

Type: unified armed forces

Nickname:

Current Commander: Apusquispay Phakchay Chaupin

Conflicts & Deployments Wechua Spring
Wechua Sorrow

The Tawantinsuyu (Army Group) is the military service of the Wechua Nation, comprising integrated land and air components. Their primary mission is to safeguard the independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity of the country. As a secondary mission they participate in economic and social development as well as in civil defense tasks. The armed forces are subordinate to the Ministry of Defense and to the Sapa Wechua as Commander-in-Chief.

Despite being landlocked, the Wechua Nation had an agreement with Caputia for naval access at the Port of San Francisco. They had a small naval base east of the city that housed all eight of its ships and three submarines until these were forcibly seized by Caputia at the onset of the Wechua Spring.

The National Police of Wechua is often classified as a part of the armed forces. Although in fact, it has a different organization and a wholly civil mission, its training and activities as an anti-terrorist force have produced markedly military characteristics, giving it the appearance of virtual second military service with significant land and air capabilities. The National Police reports through the Ministry of Interior.

The Department of State Security serves as the Wechua secret police. Its stated purpose is to guarantee the safety of the Wechua Nation against both internal and external enemies. It maintains a vast network of citizens turned informants and fights opposition by overt and covert measures, including hidden psychological destruction of dissidents. Its Directorate for Reconnaissance is responsible for both espionage and for conducting covert operations in the Keltian Green, and possibly in foreign nations. Its Main Department for Communications Security and Personnel Protection provides personal security for the Sapa Wechua, the Inkap Rantin, and members of the Council of the Realm, and maintains and operates an internal secure communications system for the Wechuan Government.

In the year 1659, the Sapa Wechua entered into an agreement with the ESB Group covering the export of armaments and the provisions of services to the Wechua Nation. The total value of the agreement was a closely guarded secret but the arrangement allowed the Wechua to receive a significant quantity of small arms, armored vehicles, and military aircraft, from factories in Normark. This support, especially the formation of an air arm specializing in counter-insurgency operations, was to prove crucial in turning the tide of the Wechua Spring in the favor of the forces of the Sapa Wechua.

Following the onset of the White Plague and the collapse of the Wechua nation, the surviving members of the Tawantinsuyu placed themselves at the disposal of the Sacrifices of Butauros, the anti-Bassarid resistance network maintained by the Raspur Pact from bases in Normark. The first task of the new alliance was to lead to the coast those Wechua who wished to escape the persistent pressure of Bassaridic expansionism and emigrate to Natopian Tapfer or Constancian Eura.

History

  • Foundation of Wechua State
  • Creation of military, how it started, research and development
  • Wechu Border Wars
  • War of the Four Sapas
  • Joining Raspur Pact
  • Wechua Spring
  • Wechua Sorrow
  • The Restoration

Ranks

Native Tongue Rank Common-Tongue Rank Formation Personnel
Apusquispay Field Marshal Tawantinsuyu (Army Group) 640,000
Apukuna Captain-General Suyu (Field Army) 160,000
Apusquin Rantin Colonel-General
Hatun Apu Lieutenant-General Wamani (Corps) 40,000
Apu Major-General -
Hatun Apu Randin Brigadier-General Saya (Division) 10,000
Apu Randin Brigadier -
Hunu Kuraka Colonel -
Pichkawaranqa Kuraka Lieutenant-Colonel -
Waranqa Kuraka Major -
Pichkapachaka Kuraka Captain -
Pachaka Kuraka Vice-Captain -
Guaranga Kamayuk Regiment Leader Ayllu (Regiment) 1,000
Pachac Kamayuk Lieutenant Company 100
Piccka Chunka Kamayuk Second-Lieutenant Troop 50
Chunga Kamayuk Watch Leader Watch (Section) 10
Unanchayanac Subaltern File (Squad) 5
Huancar Kamayuk Drummer -
Choru Kamayuk Trumpeter -
Runancha Scout -
Púcara Kamayuk Soldier -
Aucac Runa Runner/Porter -

Organisation

Establishment

Unit Type Category № in Service
Ayllos (hunting-bolas) Small Arms 36,863
Chambi (cudgel) Small Arms 190,957
Chaska Chiqui (star-headed mace) Small Arms 22,279
Clinger Bomb, Adhesive Anti-Tank Grenade Small Arms 215,000
Cuncha Chucuna (axe) Small Arms 5,795
Estólica (spear-thrower) Small Arms 20,473
Florian Cocktail (Tar, sulphur, petrol, sand, & wick) Small Arms 6,000,000
Huaraca (sling) Small Arms 43,355
Suchuc Chiqui (halberd) Small Arms 6,642
M1525 9 mm Pistol Small Arms 25,000
M1581 7.62 mm Machine Carbine Small Arms 83,000
M1591 7.62 mm Rifle Small Arms 50,000
M1656 9 mm SMG Small Arms 155,636
Polybolos 12.7 mm HMG Small Arms 12,000
Horjin CV56(N) AFV – IFV 50
Paixhans Mark 4 Land Cruiser AFV – Light Tank 20
T-2 Saeqeh Air – Light Attack 10
T-3 Akintos Air – Light Attack 25
R-1 Whirdlebird Air – Attack Heli 25
Rustolium-class Submarine Maritime - Submarine 1

Glossary

Native Unit Name Translation
Anka Ayllu Aviation Regiment
Awki Ayllu Mountain Guard Regiment
Capac Ayllu Command Regiment
Choqlo Ayllu Supply Regiment
Haku Ayllu Transport Regiment
Hanpi Ayllu Medical Regiment
Hillap'a Ayllu Air Defence Regiment
Kuntur Ayllu Reconnaissance Regiment
Llank'ay Ayllu Labour Regiment
Mink'a Ayllu Home Service Regiment
Misa Ayllu Infantry Regiment
Qhaqya Ayllu Artillery Regiment
Qullqa Ayllu Depot Regiment