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*30th Brigade of Uhlans
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*17th Brigade of Dragoons
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**1x Rocket Artillery Regiment
*53rd Brigade of Auxiliaries
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Revision as of 03:08, 11 November 2019

Army of the Republic of Iverica
Exersito D'República Iverica
Emblem Exersito.png
Active
1620 (as the Guardia Expediciónare)

1650 (as the Guardia Peninsulares)

1820-Present (as the Exersito Iverica)
CountryRepublic of Iverica
TypeArmy
RoleLand Warfare
Size140,000 Regular Personnel
60,000 Irregular Reserves
Garrison/HQCorregidor Comande Tierra
PatronSt. Ignacio
Motto(s)Noli Me Tangere (Aroman)
"Touch Me Not"
MarchAvanto, Fusilieri!
Mascot(s)Argic Ram
Engagements
Peninsular Conquest (1620-1650)

Iverican Civil War (1740-1746)

Thalassan War

First Argic War

Second Argic War

Vasqqan Civil Wars

Operation Ultra Violet
Commanders
Capo-General dei ExersitoCGE Javier Vittorio
Sargento Mayor dei ExersitoSME Miquel Valderamma
Notable
commanders
TRG Anton Luna
GB Gregorio Del Pilar


The Exersito Iverica (EXIV) is the ground-warfare branch of the Republican Armed Service with 140,000 enlisted personnel divided into administrative divisions, mission brigade groups, and combat regiment teams. Around 95,000 of the Exersito regular personnel serve support roles, while the rest are considered combat servicepersons.

The Exersito's primary duties include the defence of the Iverican Homeland, garrison of structures and points in land-based objectives, construction of field facilities and equipment, logistical efforts and security in land deployment, peacekeeping and relief efforts.

Mission

The Exersito Iverica's mission is to preserve the peace and security while providing a defensive force for the people of the Republic. The Exersito must uphold, defend, and protect the provisions of the Consitution and any sovereign holdings of the Republic while also seeking to overcome the force of any nation acting in aggression to imperil the lives and peace of the Republic's citizenry and entities.

Supplementarily, the Exersito must support national policies and if deemed necessary, assist in implementing these policies in order to achieve national objectives.

Doctrine

The combat doctrine of the Exercito is heavily focused on manoeuver warfare, hit-and-fade tactics, and defensive strategy. It employs great cooperation with the Air Force and utilisation of its elite mountain and airborne divisions to create a highly manoeuvrable, decentralised force capable of quick-response, supply disruption, and surprise assault.

Much of this ability is a result of prepared infrastructure, well-surveyed ingress and egress routes, secure decentralised supply, a heavy training focus on disciplined communications, and a well-practised rapid response procedure. All infantry units in Airevieri (Airborne) and Alpinieri (Mountain) Divisions are certified with at least 5 jumps (8 for Airborne) before graduation and are trained in motorised and mechanised deployment. Regular forces are expected to supplement this by clearing airspace, land/water routes, securing supply, laying support structures, defensive structures or obstacles to delay an enemy force. In a defensive scenario, small unit bases such as dirt airfields, hidden munitions depots and mountain facilities work in tandem with this speciality. Air Force and Exercisto equipment are created and selected specifically to work with short, dirt airfields, cramped interiors, tight or unpaved roads, and hostile weather.

Apart from a flexible corps of trained soldiers, the Exersito also maintains fixed strong-points designed to act as foils and obstacles for an overwhelming enemy force. Certain units specialise in entrenchment and static defensive operations to deny enemy movement and slow major offensives.

Overall, the doctrine ensures maximum use of Iverican geography, transport infrastructure and combined arms efforts to create a framework for effective and efficient asymmetrical defence of the home territories.

Organisation

Brigadier System

The Exersito borrows its system of organisation from both regimental and continental systems. It is something of a "Brigadier" system, where the functional unit is the brigade rather than individual regiments or the whole division.

The system was necessitated by the Exersito's doctrinal context. First, Iverica maintains nuanced and somewhat insular regional cultures. The cross-integrating troops from different localities as in the continental system would be detrimental to esprit de corps. Furthermore, The Exersito's doctrinal goal is the defence of the peninsular home territories, against an invasion that will likely be massed landings of troops--a situation of such scale that the regimental system would be poorly adapted to.

The brigadier system adopts the isolated recruiting, formation, and administration as in the regimental system, but does so in the scale of a brigade rather than a single regiment. On the other hand, it also adopts the continental system's approach to operations--the brigade's component regiments are not expected to handle operations alone, but rather, they depend on the combined arms capacities of the entire brigade. The result is something of a "scaled-down" continental arrangement wherein each brigade maintains a specific identity and is autonomous enough to carry out its operations without being totally dependent on the support of other brigades.

Corps and Divisions

Corps and Division in the Exersito are administrative and organisational units. This ordering has little bearing in combat operations and exists solely for an ease of top-down administration, oversight, and other management.

Currently, Exersito Iverica is divided into three Army Corps Commands and further subdivided into individual "corps" that correspond to an occupational speciality within the Exersito. These Commands are necessary for administering the procurement, storage, and distribution of assets. They also oversee the management of academies and training centres according to specific military occupational speciality.

  • Combat Corps Command-composed of the Infantry, Light Infantry, Armoured, Artillery, Air Cavalry Mechanised, Reconnaissance, Airborne, Mountain, Sapper Corps.
  • Support Corps Command- composed of the Engineering, Signal, Medical, Exercito Air, Service Electronics, Service Transport, Service Intelligence, and all Reserve Corps.
  • Service Support Corps Command- Logistical Corps, Headquarter Corps, Public Relations & Recruitment Corps, and Military Police Corps.

Each Corps is headed by a General dei Divisióne and staff. While they authorise budget requisitions, allocate funds, oversee inventory, and maintain training or instructional oversight. Conversely, the operational command in a theatre of war is always reliant on the Encícomando authorities and field commanders rather than the corps administrative machinery.

Divisions

Roster of Active Exersito Divisions

Formation Parent Command Operating Area Bases Order of Battle
1st Division of Horse Grenadiers
1a Divisioné Grenadieri a'Caval
--- --- JFS Intreimor (Headquarters)
  • 1st Brigade of Cuirassiers
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment (IFV)
    • 3x Armoured Regiment
    • 1x SP Artillery Regiment
    • 1x Combat Engineers Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 3rd Brigade of Cuirassiers
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment (IFV)
    • 2x Armoured Regiment
    • 1x SP Artillery Regiment
    • 1x Combat Engineers Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 5th Brigade of Cuirassiers
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment (IFV)
    • 2x Armoured Regiment
    • 1x SP Artillery Regiment
    • 1x Combat Engineers Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 15th Brigade of Dragoons
    • 2x Mechanised Regiment
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment (IFV)
    • 1x Light Armoured Regiment (WTD)
    • 1x SP Artillery (Wheeled)
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 51st Brigade of Auxiliaries
    • 2x Motorised Regiments
    • 1x Motorised Engineer Regiment
    • 1x Air Security Regiment (wheeled)
    • 1x CBRN Regiment
    • 2x CS/S Regiments
2nd Divison of Horse Grenadiers --- --- --- (Headquarters)
  • 2nd Brigade of Cuirassiers
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment (IFV)
    • 1x Armoured Regiment
    • 1x SP Artillery Regiment
    • 1x Combat Engineers Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 4th Brigade of Cuirassiers
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment (IFV)
    • 1x Armoured Regiment
    • 1x SP Artillery Regiment
    • 1x Combat Engineers Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 16th Brigade of Dragoons
    • 2x Mechanised Regiment
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment (IFV)
    • 1x Light Armoured Regiment (WTD)
    • 1x SP Artillery (Wheeled)
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 52nd Brigade of Auxiliaries
    • 2x Motorised Regiments
    • 1x Motorised Engineer Regiment
    • 1x Air Security Regiment (wheeled)
    • 1x CBRN Regiment
    • 2x CS/S Regiments
3rd Division of Cavalry --- --- BE Toledo (Headquarters)
  • 25th Brigade of Hussars
    • 1x Light Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment
    • 2x Air Assault Infantry Regiments
    • 1x Rocket Artillery Regiment
    • 1x Air Assault Engineer Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 26th Brigade of Hussars
    • 1x Light Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment (Air Assault Capable)
    • 2x Air Assault Infantry Regiments
    • 1x Rocket Artillery Regiment
    • 1x Air Assault Engineer Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 30th Brigade of Uhlans
    • 2x Uhlan-Lance Regiments (Attack)
    • 1x Uhlan Air Cavalry Regiment (Air Assault Rotor)
    • 1x UAV Company
    • 1x Air Security Regiment (SPAA)
    • 1x Air Service Regiment (Supply, Recovery, and Rescue)
    • 1x CS/S Regmiment
  • 17th Brigade of Dragoons
    • 2x Light Armoured Reconnaissance
    • 1x Mechanised Regiment
    • 1x Light Armoured Regiment (WTD)
    • 1x Rocket Artillery Regiment
    • 1x CS/S Regiment
  • 53rd Brigade of Auxiliaries
    • 2x Air Assault Engineer Regiments
    • 1x Engineer Regiment (Construction)
    • 1x UAV Company (Military Intelligence)
    • 1x Electronic Warfare Company
    • 1x Air Security Regiment
    • 2x CS/S Regiments
4th Division of Cavalry --- --- --- (Headquarters)
  • 27th Brigade of Hussars
  • 31st Brigade of Uhlans
  • 54rd Brigade of Auxiliaries
5th Division of Fusiliers --- --- ---
  • 18th Brigade of Carabineers
  • 19th Brigade of Carabineers
  • 21st Brigade of Dragoons
  • 55th Brigade of Auxiliaries
6th Division of Fusiliers --- --- ---
  • 20th Brigade of Carabineers
  • 21st Brigade of Carabineers
  • 25th Brigade of Dragoons
  • 56th Brigade of Auxiliaries
7th Division of the Alpinieri --- --- ---
  • 36th Brigade of Alpinieri
  • 37th Brigade of Alpinieri
  • 38th Brigade of Alpinieri
  • 29th Brigade of Hussars
  • 57th Brigade of Auxiliaries
8th Division of the Airevieri --- --- ---
  • 40th Brigade of Airevieri
  • 41st Brigade of Airevieri
  • 42nd Brigade of Airevieri
  • 43rd Brigade of Airevieri-Uhlans
  • 58th Brigade of Auxiliaries

Division Variants

[List & Descriptions]

Regiment Variants

[List & Descriptions]

Personnel

[Description]

Recruitment

Ranks

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Uniform

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Equipment

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Current Deployments