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Imperial Orinese Defence Force
Imperial Orinese Defence Force emblem.png
MottoSemper Sapiens Oriens
Service branches
HeadquartersMaikeli Command Center, O'polis
ChairladyAwidefale Rezovi
Defence CouncillorToren Nabérrie
Supreme CommanderAdenhold Bruiser
Military age
  • 16.5 years (for selection)
  • 17 years (to serve)
  • 18 years (to deploy)
ConscriptionNo, abolished
Active personnel0.165% of population
Reserve personnel0.385% of population
Percent of GDP1.05%
Domestic suppliersDefence industry of Orioni
Foreign suppliers EOS
Related articles
HistoryMilitary history of Orioni
RanksImperial Orinese Defence Force ranks and insignia

The Imperial Orinese Defence Force (IODF) is the military organisation responsible for the defence of Orioni. It consists of the Imperial Orinese Army (IOA), Imperial Orinese Navy (ION), Imperial Orinese Air Force (IOAF) and a number of 'tri-service' units. The IODF has both full-time personnel and active reservists and is supported by the Council of Defence and several other civilian agencies.


Orioni is internationally recognised as a regional power and former great power with security concerns in adjacent regions. Outside observers and analysts predict that Orioni wants to become a regional hegemon. Right now, Orioni is actively working to limit any direct threats in its corner of the wurld. This is the best way to survive in international politics.[citation needed] As the economic and military power of other countries has surged in recent years, Orinese defence preparations have become heavily focused on the Oriental Ocean This naval security is part of the reason why the Entente of Oriental States was formed, open to all countries bordering the Oriental Ocean.[1] The military doctrine of Orioni puts great emphasis on naval superiority in home waters and providing escorts for commercial shipping vessels, which are the lifeline of the island nation. Orioni's military strength lies in its powerful blue-water navy, comprising 8 fleets. It is capable of operating globally, across the deep waters of open oceans. The greatest challenge Orinese military leaders currently face is securing allies with the requisite combination of resources and resolve to be reliable coalition partners in deterring outside aggression.

The IODF's current priorities are identified by three main areas of focus. The first of these priorities is to defend Orioni from direct attack or intimidation. The second priority is to contribute to the security of Oriental Europa and the Azure Sea. The third priority is to contribute to a stable Oriental region and a rules-based order which supports the nation’s interests. Recent policy decisions show that the government will place equal weight on the three priorities when developing the IODF's capabilities. To achieve these priorities, Orioni needs to deploy significant military forces. More than they have now. They need to protect countries like the Sunset Sea Islands, Tamurin, the Bainbridge Islands, and Niederoestereich. This is achieved by forming multilateral alliances on top of bilateral alliances. Via EOS membership, Orioni ensures that its security umbrella remains over the heads of all four of those countries.

The IODF's legal standing draws on the executive government sections of the Constitution of Orioni. It gives the Imperial Government the power to make laws regarding Orioni's defence and defence forces, and gives the Government responsibility for defending Orioni from invasion and sets out the conditions under which the government can deploy the defence force domestically. The Constitution also sets out the IODF's command arrangements. It states that: "the command in chief of the military defence forces of the Empire is vested in the Supreme Commander". The Councillor for Defence and several subordinates exercise control. The Councillor acts on most matters alone, though the Security Council considers important matters. The Councillor then advises the Chairperson, who acts as advised in the normal form of executive government. The Imperial Council has never been required by the Constitution or legislation to seek parliamentary approval for decisions to deploy military forces overseas or go to war.

Orioni does not seek a war, but given the match of Great Anglia and other countries, it needs to be ready to fight one.


Armour from Kourma.
Pile of genitals, an accounting method for determining how many were killed in battle.

An elite and well-trained force of bodyguards protected the members of the royal family at all times. To either side of the king there would have been guard. Orinese warriors are intriguing. They wore a full-body armour of bronze plates. Several elements of body armour (body cuirass, shoulder guards, breastplates and lower protection plates) have been found at Kourma.[2] Orinese armour and weapons survive to this day. And what they reveal is a people with advanced military technology and a powerful emphasis on battle. Spears were the weapon of choice for most of the ancient world. Spear were used with both hands, raised to the shoulder when standing in a line. Clad in their armour, shield and spear, an Orinese warrior would clash with his opponent. When out on campaign, the Classical Age armies would taunt the enemy: "May your wife become a widow and another man take her. May your days be few, and your children vagabonds."

Swords could be quite long, up to 90 cm in the early periods. By the time of Insular Orioni, they were slowly switching from long heavy swords to shorter dagger-type swords. This may have been partly influenced by necessity, or by connections with their Oriental neighbours. The swords have elegant blades which taper inwards with a slight curve halfway down the sword. The pommel and the blade were made of one piece, clad in wood and wrapped in leather. When used, these sharp-edge swords would slash with deadly efficacy. Any captured, defeated soldiers would be sent home, disarmed and alive, but castrated. Castration of defeated enemies was a tradition. This kind of mutilation created a lasting reminder of their defeat in battle. Because the castrated soldier would never reproduce again, their wives were described as "widows whose husbands are still alive." Enemy corpses were buried and also castrated, as a souvenir of the killing.[3]

As colonial exploration progressed in the 14th century, military operations required long-distance cooperation and assistance in order to effectively conduct territorial expansion throughout the Meteorolan archipelago. The Orinese military was reorganised when the structure of a unified navy became necessary. Its primary strategic focus was on maritime trade and guaranteeing it with a large navy. As a result of the complex command structure, the army, and navy were assigned to serve as an overseas defence force. They fought in a series of horrible and brutal conflicts between the 14th and 18th centuries. Some of these conflicts include the Varian Campaign, Ayubid Expedition, and the coastal raids on Hakkad (1485).

In the 21st century, the countries of Eurth continued to move towards centralisation and globalisation. Some developed countries transitioned to post-industrial capitalism. However, ideological political and economic tensions did not disappear. In 2006, Orioni began specialising its military force. This was partly due to the Great Pot Wars (2004). The government leadership were in shock after the surprise attacks and started supporting military reform. The restructuring was completed in 2011. It was during this 5-year period that the OSRU was formed.

Current structure

The military leadership is vested with the Supreme Commander (SC). The SC is supported by the three other senior uniformed leaders: General-in-chief of the army, Grand Admiral of the Fleet and Chief marshal of the air force. These four advise the councillor of defence on military matters. This "defence council" is a headquartered at the command centre near O'polis.


LAV is often deployed together with APC.
Orinese Coastal Defence Force.
OSRU soldiers line up in formation.
Orinese soldiers arrive to reinforce firefighter teams in Kidusi province.
Orinese Coastal Defence Force
Orinese Special Reconnaissance Unit

The Imperial Orinese Army (IOA) is the land-based and largest component of the Imperial Orinese Defence Force. While the Army is principally a light infantry force, it is currently being 'hardened and networked' and expanded to enable it to conduct higher-intensity operations. The Army's main combat forces are grouped in several brigades. Support for the units in these formations is provided by an aviation brigade, a combat support and ISTAR brigade and a logistics brigade. In addition, there are six Army Reserve brigades; these brigades are "paired" with the three regular combat brigades. The Army's main tactical formations are combined arms battle groups, made up of elements drawn from different units. Tauri Military Base (northeast) makes an ideal proving ground thanks to its remote location and is home to the Mendakh Mountain Troops.

The Orinese Coastal Defence Force (OCDF) is a branch of the Army. The Orinese Coastal Defence Force, as its name states, is in charge of defending the Orinese coast from air, land, or sea attacks. The OCDF most notably operates a series of Surface-to-Air (SAM) batteries along the Orinese Coast.

The Orinese Special Reconnaissance Unit (OSRU) is the Army's special forces division. It comprises a paratroopers regiment, a Commando Regiment, the reserve Commando Regiment, the Special Operations Engineer Regiment and signals, logistics and training units. There are ten known special unit task forces: I. Attack; II. Black; III. Connect; IV. Destroy; V. Engage; VI. Fragment; VII. Ghost; IIX. Hacker; IX. Ignite; X. Jammer.[a] The Army's special forces units have been expanded since April 2006 and are well-equipped and capable of being deployed by sea, air or land. It currently comprises approximately 2,200 personnel under the command of General Aramas Taranga.

The current General-in-chief of the army is a direct subordinate of the Supreme Commander. All soldiers are considered professionals following the suspension of conscription, voted in parliament in 1977 and made effective in 1981.


Perseus Naval Base West.
Kebadi-class frigate.
Suspected pirates raise their hands in the air.
Imperial Orinese Coast Guard ensign

“A good navy is not a provocation to war. It is the surest guarantee of peace.”

- Theodore Roosevelt Jr., 16th President of the United States

The Imperial Orinese Navy (ION) is the naval branch of the Imperial Orinese Defence Force. The ION currently operates just 320 commissioned warships, including frigates, submarines, patrol boats and auxiliary ships, as well as a number of non-commissioned vessels. In addition, the ION maintains a force of combat, logistics and training helicopters. The ION is one of the most modern navies in the region and is responsible for defending Orioni waters and undertaking operations in distant locations.

There are two parts to the ION's structure. One is an operational command, Fleet Command, and the other is a support command, Navy Strategic Command. The Navy's assets are administered by four 'forces' which report to the Grand Admiral. These are (1) the Fleet Air Arm, (2) the Mine Warfare, Clearance Diving, Hydrographic, Meteorological and Patrol Force, (3) Submarine Force and (4) Surface Force. All naval bases across Orioni also report to the Grand Admiral.

The ION is divided into eight fleets with their own AOR. Each fleet consists of surface forces (aircraft carrier, destroyers, frigates, amphibious vessels etc.), submarine forces, coastal defence units, and aircraft.

  • Vega Naval Base South, the key to ensuring the safety and security of Zuidhaven, is home to the 1st and 2nd fleet.
  • Perseus Naval Base West, by far the largest military installation, is home to the 3rd, 4th and 5th fleet.
  • Dion Naval Base North, protecting the important mining and industrial areas, is home to the 6th and 7th fleet and the OSRU.
  • Oris Naval Base East is home to the 8th fleet.

Air Force

Airforce Service Pilots Badge.
The Aerotochi at the 2015 Alaghon International Air Show in Tamurin.
IOAF performing combat air rescue.

The Imperial Orinese Air Force (IOAF) is the aviation branch of the Imperial Orinese Defence Force, responsible for the defence of Orinese airspace and for other aerospace operations. The Air Force has modern combat and transport aircraft and a network of bases in strategic locations across Orioni. The Air Force carries out combat air patrols around Orioni, while also maintaining an extensive network of ground and air early-warning radar systems. The branch also has an aerobatic team known as Aerotochi (from Oharic "esitochi", meaning "arrows") and has recently become involved in providing air transport in several EOS peacekeeping missions.

The IOAF structure has sixteen flying squadrons; four combat squadrons, five maritime patrol squadrons, six transport squadrons, six training squadrons (including three Operational Conversion Units and a forward air control training squadron) as well as one Airborne Early Warning & Control Squadron and a Joint Terminal Attack Controller squadron. The Air Force also includes a single independent flight (No. 5 Flight). The ground units supporting these flying squadrons include three expeditionary combat support squadrons, three security force squadrons and a range of intelligence, air traffic control, communications, radar and medical units.

The IOAF has a single operational command, Air Command. Air Command is the operational arm of the IOAF and consists of Air Combat Group, Air Mobility Group, Surveillance and Response Group, Combat Support Group, Air Warfare Centre and Air Force Training Group. Each group consists of several wings.

Current bases

Maikeli Command Center near O'polis.

The Imperial Orinese Defence Force maintains several dozen bases and facilities across the country. The administrative headquarters of the IODF and the three services is located at the Maikeli Command Center near O'polis alongside the main offices of the Council of Defence. Yestek, the military intelligence service, is also located at Maikeli.The Orinese Army's regular units are concentrated in a few bases, most of which are located near Zuidhaven, Andro and Cygnus. Other important Army bases include the OSRU Military Base near Tauri, and Camp Yepiri. The Vega Military Academy is a tri-service university for officer cadets of all services who wish to attain a university degree through the IODF. The Imperial Orinese Navy has four main bases; Naval Base South (Vega), Naval Base West (Perseus), Naval Base East (Oris) and Naval Base North (Dion). The IODF also maintains an undisclosed number of radar installations and hosts 2 ground stations to support the EOS Space Program.


Military equipment of Orioni is a list of the equipment currently in use with the IODF. It includes combat vehicles, aircraft, watercraft, artillery, and transport vehicles. The primary task of the IODF is to help defend the interests of the Orioni Empire. But it can also serve as part of an Entente of Oriental States (EOS) force, or an Assembled Nations (AN), or any other multinational force. To meet its commitments, the equipment of the military is constantly updated and modified. To meet any shortage or requirement on operations, the IODF can request equipment under an Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR), which supplements planned equipment programmes.[4][b]

Military ground vehicles

The following is a list of modern equipment currently in service with the Imperial Orinese Army.[5][c]

Name Origin Type Number Photo Notes
Seregela  Orioni Main battle tank 423 IDF-ground-forces002.jpg Tank value includes Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) and light tanks (a few global operators still rely on such types) as well as those vehicles considered “tank destroyers” (whether wheeled or tracked). There is no distinction made between all-wheel and track-and-wheel designs.
Titus  Orioni Wheeled armoured fighting vehicles 7,290 LAV-25 USMC.JPG Armoured Fighting Vehicle (AFV) value includes Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs) as well as Infantry Fighting Vehicles (IFVs) as these defined battlefield roles become more-and-more blurred over time. (OOC. Previously used the DAF YP-408. Add some of these into the mix: 1/3 new, 2/3 old.)
Akrep  Ide Jima Armoured utility vehicle 2,000+ Iraqi Patrol in Mosul, Iraq.jpg The Akrep is a multi-role vehicle produced by Ide Jima. It can be transformed into a weapon system for rapid response, surveillance operations, armored protection, base/air defense missions and other similar tasks.
Demeniya-class  Orioni Self-propelled artillery 149 Example.jpg Self-Propelled Guns (SPGs) or Self-Propelled Artillery (SPA) have gone on to see standardized adoption in many military inventories around the globe. SPG/SPA values are factored into the land force capability component of the GFP ranking, and includes Rocket-Projecting systems (both towed and self-propelled). Systems on order or currently under development (heading into the next year) are not taken into account.
Tegotachi  Orioni Towed artillery 750 M777 howitzer rear.jpg The Tegotachi-class field gun is designed to support infantry and armoured force actions. Field artillery has proven a pivotal part of ground warfare, a tradition that continues to this day. Systems on order (heading into the next year) are not taken into account.
Asyemari  Orioni Rocket artillery 60 IDF-MLRS-66-IndependenceDay 0055.jpg MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) is a tracked or wheeled vehicle mounting a rocket launching (projecting) system atop its hull. In this configuration, the MLRS projects unguided rockets against enemy positions in an artillery-minded sense. The MLRS offers a devastating physical and psychological effect on the enemy, capped with high explosive, anti-personnel or chemical warheads as needed.


Military ships

As of 2016, the Imperial Orioni Navy (ION) operates 331 ships.[d] The names of commissioned ships of the Navy are prefixed with the letters "HMS", designating "Her Majesty's Ship". Non-commissioned, civilian-manned vessels of the navy have names that begin with "HMNS", standing for “Her Majesty's Naval Ship.” The names of ships are officially selected by the councillor of defence, often to honour important places or people. The navy also maintains a reserve fleet of inactive vessels that are maintained for reactivation in times of need.[6]

Submarine fleet
Class Type Boats Displacement Photo Note
Eritium-class Attack submarine 40
  • HMS Eritium
  • (Other boats)
6,082 tonnes (surfaced)
6,927 tonnes (submerged)
USS Los Angeles;0868802.jpg The Eritium-class attack submarines are designed for land and sea attack, surveillance and deploying special forces.
Aniberi-class Ballistic missile submarine 32
  • HMS Aniberi
  • HMS Ikan Lembing[7]
  • (Other boats)
15,900 tonnes (submerged) Vanguard at Faslane 03.jpg The newer Aniberi-class ("whale") attack submarines were developed as a replacement for the ageing Eritium-class. It has since overtaken the Eritium-class as Orioni's most powerful and most advanced of the attack submarines, and provides a lethal "arm" to Imperial Navy operations anywhere in the world.
Oshun-class Ballistic missile submarine 1 24,000 tonnes (surfaced)
48,000 tonnes (submerged)
Typhoon3.jpg The Oshun-class submarine is a nuclear-powered submersible, primarily designed as a mobile strategic missile platform, and features launch ports for firing salvos of ballistic- and/or burst-missiles in rapid succession.[10]
Surface fleet
Class Type Ships Displacement Photo Note
Perseus-class Helicopter carrier 4
  • HMS Perseus
  • HMS Dunos[11]
  • HMS Vega
  • HMS Dion
27,000 tonnes JMSDF CVH JS Izumo in Ocean.jpg The Perseus-class carries an assortment of attack, defence, and support craft. This vessel class is expensive to design, built, procure, and maintain. The helicopter carrier remains a nation's "symbol of strength" on the high seas. This allows the nation to field an impressive military presence anywhere in the world.
Oris-class Amphibious assault carrier 6
  • HMS Oris[12]
  • HMS Rohini[13]
  • HMS Duke Mullion
  • HMS Duke Stellion
  • HMS Fetanyi (Challenger)
  • HMS Werarī (Invader)
14,300 tonnes (empty)
19,500 tonnes (full)
ROKS Dokdo (LPH 6111).jpg The Oris-class amphibious assault carrier is designed to patrol the sea lanes and protect merchant shipping. A large deck platform whose expanded air power helps improve the Navy's ability to transport, embark and protect Marine amphibious forces. The flight deck has five helipads for rotary-wing aircraft, and the vessel can support up to ten such aircraft overall. It has a capability to transport up to 4,000 personnel or some fifty military trucks. The vessel serves to launch and retrieve various elements suitable for amphibious assault operation, including helicopters, air-cushioned landing craft and amphibious vehicles. Additionally, the class holds the capacity to provide fuel to other warships in the fleet as required. This underway replenishment would eliminate the need for ships to drop anchor to refuel, saving steaming time.
Kebadi-class Frigate 15
  • HMS Kebadi
  • HMS Ashenafi (Victorious)[14][7]
  • HMS Tornado[15]
  • (Other ships)
3,700 tonnes Spioenkop F147.jpg The Kebadi-class frigate is a multirole, general-purpose ocean-going vessel utilized for fleet surface ship protection against enemy surface combatants or incoming aerial threats. It is outfitted with advanced sonar, sensory and tracking systems that allow her crew to hunt down enemy submarines. Additionally, it escorts other ships and enforces maritime law. The ships will be phased out of the fleet locally by early 2020.
Atifi-class Guided missile destroyer 62
  • HMS Atifi
  • HMS Duke Kilion[9][16]
  • (Other ships)
7,650 tonnes
10,600 tonnes (full)
ROKS Sejong the Great (DDG 991) broadside view.jpg The Atifi-class destroyer is an advanced, multirole surface vessel outfitted with an array of sensory equipment and weaponry to counter threats from the air, on the surface and under the surface. The Atifi is designed with speed as a key quality and can be called to operate independently of the main fleet (when hunting enemy targets) or in support of the main fleet. As such, they are given offensive and defensive systems to suit a given situation and have emerged as the workhorses of the fleet. The Atifi is also heavily stocked with Metrigia land attack missiles. The downsides are its rather expensive procurement and operating costs.
Meswati-class Stealth Missile Corvette 74
  • HMS Meswati
  • HMS Bonesi[7]
  • (Other ships)
640 tonnes K32 HMS Helsingborg Anchored-of-Gotska-Sandoen cropped.jpg The Meswati-class corvette supplies a balanced mix of firepower, ocean-going capabilities and rotary-wing support while presenting reasonable economic benefits. These corvettes are traditionally the smallest class of vessels considered to be a proper warship. It mainly serves the role of coastal patrol craft and fast attack craft.
Daricha-class Littoral combat ship 65
  • HMS Daricha
  • (Other ships)
406 tonnes (full) Tuzla Sınıfı Karakol Gemisi.jpg The Daricha-class littoral combat ship (LCS) is a high-speed vessel designed to enter shallow, near-shore waters to do everything from minesweeping to hunting for submarines. These patrol ships are called upon to defend offshore areas of importance from enemy incursion. During peacetime, this may include interception of illegal drugs while, during wartime, this would include defence of critical waterways and offshore positions that threaten vital shipping lanes.
Auxiliary fleet
Class Type Ships Displacement Photo Note
Bharani-class High-speed transport 8
  • HMS Bharani
  • (Other ships)
55,350 tonnes USNS Regulus.jpg The Bharani-class vessels are primarily used to transport and preposition Army vehicles, equipment, and supplies.
Ashwini-class Hospital ship 2
  • HMS Ashwini
  • HMS Tayitani (Titan)
70,473 tonnes USNS Comfort (T-AH 20) is anchored off the coast of La Brea, Trinidad and Tobago. (48677005558).jpg These vessels are first-in-class Navy hospital ships that draw much of its staff from Naval Medical Center Perseus.
Yeini-class Mine countermeasures vessel 34
  • HMS Yeini
  • (Other ships)
750 tonnes HMS Brocklesby deployed on Op KIPION MOD 45167666.jpg Mine-countermeasure ships are equipped to find, classify and neutralize a variety of mines, clearing sea lanes for other ships. Mines remain one of the greatest threats to warships and shipping vessels alike. To counter the threat, the ION is forced to field an effective mine warfare force for neutralizing mines/minefields.


Military aircraft

This is a list of the current Imperial Orioni Air Force aircraft (IOAF) in operation.[e] Air power is just one important component of a modern military force. This includes both fixed-wing and rotary-wing (helicopter) aircraft from all branches of service (Air Force, Navy, Army).


Rank structure

The ranks used by the IODF originated in the Gallambrian Armed Forces in the 20th century. After 2006, these ranks and insignia were aligned with the other member countries of the Entente of Oriental States. EOS maintains a “standard rank scale”. This is an attempt to match every member country's military ranks to the corresponding ranks used by the other members. OF-1 to OF-10 are used for commissioned officers. OR1 to OR9 are used for other ranks, which can be either Non-commissioned officer or Enlisted rank.

Army ranks

Commissioned officers

EOS Code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1b OF-1a OF(D) & Student officer
Insignia (Combine OF-9 with OF-6) Bangladesh-army-OF-9.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-8.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-7.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-6.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-5.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-4.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-3.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-2.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-1b.svg Bangladesh-army-OF-1a.svg No insignia
Title General-in-chief of the army General Lieutenant general Major general Brigadier general Colonel Lieutenant colonel Major Captain Lieutenant Second lieutenant Officer cadet


EOS Code OR-9 OR-8 OR-7 OR-6 OR-5 OR-4 OR-3 OR-2 OR-1
Insignia Bangladesh-army-OR-9.svg Bangladesh-army-OR-8.svg Bangladesh-army-OR-7.svg Bangladesh-army-OR-6.svg Bangladesh-army-OR-5.svg Bangladesh-army-OR-4.svg Bangladesh-army-OR-3.svg No equivalent Bangladesh-army-OR-1.svg
Title Master Warrant Officer Senior Warrant Officer Warrant Officer Master sergeant Sergeant Corporal Lance corporal No equivalent Private

Navy ranks

Commissioned officers

EOS Code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1 OF(D) Student officer
Insignia IT-Airforce-OF-10.png IT-Airforce-OF-9s.png IT-Airforce-OF-9.png IT-Airforce-OF-8.png IT-Airforce-OF-7.png IT-Airforce-OF-5.png IT-Airforce-OF-4.png IT-Airforce-OF-3.png IT-Airforce-OF3s.png IT-Airforce-OF3.png IT-Airforce-OF2.png IT-Airforce-OF1.png No equivalent
Title Grand Admiral of the Fleet Admiral Vice Admiral Rear Admiral Commodore Captain Commander Lieutenant Commander Lieutenant Sub Lieutenant Midshipman Ensign


EOS Code OR-9 OR-8 OR-7 OR-6 OR-5 OR-4 OR-3 OR-2 OR-1
Insignia Rank insignia of primo maresciallo luogotenente of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of primo maresciallo of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of maresciallo di prima classe of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of maresciallo di seconda classe of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of maresciallo di terza classe of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of sergente maggiore capo of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of sergente maggiore of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of sergente of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of primo aviere capo scelto of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of primo aviere capo of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of primo aviere scelto of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of aviere capo of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of primo aviere of the Italian Air Force.svg Rank insignia of aviere scelto of the Italian Air Force.svg No insignia
Title Senior Warrant Officer of the Navy Chosen Warrant Officer 1st Class Warrant Officer 1st Class Chosen Warrant Officer Warrant Officer Senior Petty Officer Chosen Petty Officer Petty Officer Senior Seaman 1st Class Chosen Seaman 1st Class Seaman 1st Class Senior Seaman Able Seaman Seaman

Air Force ranks

Commissioned officers

EOS Code OF-10 OF-9 OF-8 OF-7 OF-6 OF-5 OF-4 OF-3 OF-2 OF-1
Insignia Hellenic Air Force OF-9.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-8.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-7.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-6.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-5.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-4.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-3.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-2.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-1A.svg Hellenic Air Force OF-1B.svg No insignia
Title Chief Marshal of the Air Force Air Marshal Air Vice-Marshal Air Commodore Group Captain Wing Commander Squadron Leader Flight Lieutenant Flying Officer Pilot Officer  Officer cadet


EOS Code OR-9 OR-8 OR-7 OR-6 OR-5 OR-4 OR-1
Insignia GR-Air Force-Ανθυπασπιστής.svg GR-Air Force-Μόνιμος Αρχισμηνίας.svg GR-Air Force-Αρχισμηνίας ΕΠΟΠ.svg GR-Air Force-Μόνιμος Επισμηνίας.svg GR-Air Force-Επισμηνίας ΕΠΟΠ.svg GR-Air Force-Μόνιμος Σμηνίας.svg GR-Air Force-Σμηνίας ΕΠΟΠ.svg GR-Air Force-Κληρωτός Σμηνίας.svg GR-Air Force-Υποσμηνίας ΕΠΟΠ.svg GR-Air Force-Σμηνίτης ΕΠΟΠ.svg No insignia
Title Warrant Officer Senior Master Sergeant Master Sergeant Staff Sergeant Corporal Airman


  1. OOC. Task Force 9 is already quite controversial. See: NYT, How the U.S. Hid an Airstrike That Killed Dozens of Civilians in Syria (13 November 2021)
  2. OOC. Inspired by the List of countries by level of military equipment.
  3. OOC. Relatively medium strength and capability, comparable to France RL.
  4. OOC. Relatively strong strength and capability, comparable to the 50% RL United States.
  5. OOC. Relatively weak strength and capability, comparable to RL Japan.