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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: Imperial Constancian Armed Forces
Allegiance: Constancia / Raspur Pact

Type: Command
Size: 1,780,503
Nickname: Desert Rats

Current Commander: George Maniakes
Conflicts & Deployments Euran War, War of Lost Brothers

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.

Operational activity

Date Formation Subject Summary
09.II.1672– 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;
  2. Integrate and coordinate the Niijima-Talenore-Zylenisí Air Defence Identification Zone (NTZ-ADIZ);
  3. Maintain the joint fisheries and commerce protection fleet of Constancia and the Beneluccas;
  4. Continue freedom of navigation patrols between Niijima, Talenore, and Zylenisí.
24.XII.1669– Aqabah Command Operation Whisky-Tango-Foxtrot
  1. Actions to counter illegal fishing, smuggling, and violations of exclusive economic zone.

Past Actions

Date Formation Subject Summary
24.XII.1669–1670
  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.

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.


Organisation

The organisational structure of the Trans-Euran Command is based around formations assigned from and led by the Imperial Constantinian Armed Forces (ICAF).

Order of Battle

The Chief of Staff, his directors, and their staff, photographed at Astérapolis (1670 AN).
  • Euranikon Omáda Lávaron (Euran Banner Group)
    • Chief of Staff
      • Commissariat
      • Political Directorate
      • Personnel Directorate
      • Intelligence Directorate
      • Operations Directorate
      • Planning Directorate
      • Information Directorate
      • Training Directorate
    • Proti Stratia (1st Army)
      • Sóma Syndyasménon Óplon "Γ" (Combined Arms Corps "Gamma"), at Astérpolis (attached to Gold Banner Western Fleet)
      • Sóma Syndyasménon Óplon "Δ" (Combined Arms Corps "Delta"), at Ithonion (attached to Red Banner Southern Fleet)
    • Aqaba Command
      • Sóma Syndyasménon Óplon "Ε" (Combined Arms Corps "Epsilon"), at Aqabah
    • Nivardom Command
      • Sóma Syndyasménon Óplon "Ζ" (Combined Arms Corps "Zeta"), at Nivardom
      • Task Force 1671-1
    • Euran Tactical Air Force (Distributed amongst 1st Army and regional commands)
    • Euran Armada
      • Black Banner Northern Fleet (attached to Proti Stratia)
      • Gold Banner Western Fleet (attached to Proti Stratia)
      • Red Banner Southern Fleet (attached to Proti Stratia)
      • Aqaba Fleet (The Gulf Fleet, attached to Aqaba Command)
      • Nivardom Fleet (The Slave Fleet, attached to Nivardom Command)
    • General Service Corps
      • Task Force 1670-1
        • MoMA Station Talenore
        • Carrier Aviation Group 3
        • Carrier Aviation Group 4
        • Carrier Aviation Group 8
        • Carrier Aviation Group 14
        • Carrier Aviation Group 15
        • Carrier Aviation Group 101
        • Munitions Group 57
      • Wolfpack Rodney
      • Wolfpack Seeburg
      • Force N
      • Force T
      • Force Z
      • ESB-Jagdverbände Grobba
      • Operational Reserve

Establishment

Presently assigned to Euranikon Omáda Lávaron (1670)
Unit Type № in Service Proti Stratia Nivardom Command Aqabah Command General Service Corps
Constancian Home Guard 325,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 25,000
Constancian Army Personnel 12,000 8,400 1,200 1,200 1,200
Constancian Naval Personnel 9,910 9,790 . . 120
Constancian Air Personnel 9,045 3,600 2,400 2,400 645
Agrofilaki 44,812 . 12,100 32,712 .
Private Military Contractors
(ESB Euran Directorate / ESB-Jagdverbände Grobba)
35,277 6,480 6,000 7,200 15,597
Shireithian Auxiliaries 348,754 4 174,375 174,375 .
Shirerithian Naval personnel 15,604 4 . 14,400 1,200
Shirerithian Air Force personnel 3,240 840 1,200 1,200
Meteorologists (Climate Science Detachment, Meteorological Service) 11 6 2 2 1
Natopian Merchant Navy personnel 609 559 . . 50
Natopian Defense Force Personnel 120 120 . . .
GV(MCB)-7 Leviathan 1 1
Horjin CV35 4,000 1,994 997 997 12
IMW-3 Snark 3 1 1 1
OAH Ingilisi APC FV102 (Anti-Tank) 160 160
OAH Panssarsepâh Mk III 32 32
Paixhans Mark 4 Land Cruiser 6 6
A-6 Pundarikam 180 90 90 .
A-10 Kambera 245 5 120 120 .
AW101 Merlin Helicopter 72 72
BN-2T-4S Defender 4000 1 1
Buccaneer S.2D 24 24
CN-235 Maritime Patrol Aircraft 1 1
Dromosker Attack Helicopter 18 18
EC135 Utility Helicopter 2 2
F-8 Shrike 3 3
F-9 Ashavan 20 20
GAV(P)-5 Nereid 200 199 1
GAV(U)-4 Jackalope 9 9
Learjet 45 1 1
MiG-29K Fulcrum 30 30
Mondesian Utility Helicopter 12 12
PC-9 Trainer / Light Attack Aircraft 3 3
R-1 Whirdlebird 220 100 50 50 20
RAS Kestrel Mk.II Gravship 0
Spiegelflügel-Taube Amphibious Aircraft 0
T-2 Saeqeh 340 200 140
T-3 Akóntio 300 201 99
GAV(P)-6 Zephyr Mark 1a 11 11
VT(UAV)-1 Bačče Qurbâğe 1 1
9K37 Buk mobile SAM batteries 5 5
FIM-92 Stinger MANPADS 800 800
Trump Radar Tracking Autocannon 696 200 200 200 96
Waspsting Man-portable Air Defence System 1,250 500 500 200 50
9K115-2 Metis-M 1,830 1,830
BGM-71 TOW 776 776
FGM-148 Javelin anti-tank missile 1,944 1,120 400 400 24
Hornet 84 mm Recoilless Rifle (Anti-Tank) 747 400 180 154 13
80 mm Field Gun 500 200 176 100 24
81mm Mortar 776 752 24
82 mm Mortar 2,960 480 1,000 1,456 24
BM-27 Uragan 96 96
FN MINIMI 2,208 460 1,748
RPG-29 1,900 1,900
Tankgewehr 13.2 mm Rifle (Anti-Materiel) 1,605 555 250 250 550
Type 87 (automatic) grenade launcher 1,794 46 1,748
Cargo Submarine 2 2
Coastal Patrol Craft 395 75 160 160
Duchy-class Destroyer 2 2
Elwynn-class Corvette 16 14 2
Hover Kitty-class Aircraft Carrier 1 1
Klimatariá-class Missile Corvette 15 15 0
Logistic Support Vessel 66 10 52 4
Melusine-class Missile Boat n/a
Merchant Vessel (Cargo & Passenger) 25 25
Merchant Vessel (Cargo) 91 77 14
Merchant Vessel (Livestock) 5 5
Northman-class Corvette 10 10
Oil Tanker 35 13 21 1
Swift-class Offshore Patrol Vessel 63 0 22 40 1
Urga Class Submarine Tender 1 1
Polybolos 12.7 mm HMG 40,579 10,000 10,329 10,000 10,250
Vickers 7.7 mm HMG 561 400 161
Wren 7.62mm LMG 96,500 25,460 18,540 18,540 33,960
AKM 7.62mm assault rifle 5,960 5,960
Bolo Knife 3,600 3,600
Cattle-prod 32,500 . 32,500
Clinger Bomb, Adhesive Anti-Tank Grenade 132,000 13,200 40,000 40,000 38,800
Florian Cocktail (Tar, sulphur, petrol, sand, & wick) 500,000 500,000
Glock 9x19mm Pistol 3,600 3,600
Hatchet 20,000 6,000 6,000 8,000
M14 Fragmentation Hand Grenade 350,000 100,000 100,000 150,000
M15 White Phosphorus Grenade 150,000 50,000 50,000 50,000
M1525 9 mm Pistol 290,000 30,000 100,000 100,000 60,000
M1581 7.62 mm Machine Carbine 186,750 100,000 42,250 20,000 24,500
M1591 7.62 mm Rifle 330,000 290,000 . . 40,000
M16 Mustard Gas Grenade 150,000 50,000 50,000 50,000
M1610 7.9 mm Rifle (Semi-Automatic) 127,000 125,000 . . 2,000
M1656 9 mm SMG 271,514 135,757 130,957 4,800
M18 Red Smoke Grenade 300,000 100,000 100,000 100,000 .
P29 Sniper Rifle 5,625 5,625
P62 Commando 9,783 9,783
P62 Covert 9,000 9,000
P62 Rifle 15,000 15,000
P62 Rifle W/ Grenade Launcher 11,250 11,250
Shirley 9mm Pistol 22,500 22,500
Bedford QLD 32 32
GV(CT)-6 Walrus 25 25
Jingóchima 8,614 8,614
OAH Ingilisi APC FV105 Combat Bulldozer 24 24
OAH Ingilisi APC FV106 Rough Terrain Forklift 16 16
Pod Personnel Carrier 10,000 3,500 3,000 3,000 500
SMC S70 18R-4WD utility vehicle 721 721
Snatch Land Rover 700 300 150 150 100
Truck, Light 14,800 7,000 6,750 800 250
Truck, Medium 2,400 1,000 1,000 400
Ural-4320 Truck 400 400
GTC EES-1 1 . . . 1
GTC EES-16 1 . . . 1
GTC ES-21 12 9 1 1 1
GTC ES-26 12 9 1 1 1
GTC ES-27 1 . . . 1
GTC ESM-28 "Coraniaid" 3 . . . 3
S-2 Standard Missile n/a - pending replenishment . . . -