Mascyllary Army

Mascyllary Army
Reichsheer
Mascyllary Army logo.png
Emblem of the Reichsheer administration
Founded19 April 1796; 224 years ago
Country Mascylla
BranchArmy
RoleLand warfare
Size62,270 (December 2019)
40 aircraft
19,600 reserve personnel
Part ofReichswehr
Motto(s)Schützen und wahren. ("Protect and preserve.")
Colors     blue
Commanders
Minister of Defence of the RealmRüdiger Meißert
Ceremonial chiefWilhelm Brünar
Colonel of
the Regiment
General Ulrich Nielsen
Notable
commanders
General Markus Schmidt
Generalleutnant Christoph Tichert
Obermajor Eberhard Schlag
Insignia
War flagWar flag Mascylla.png
Ceremonial flagCeremonial flag Mascyllary Army.png

The Mascyllary Army (Hesurian: Maskillisches Reichsheer, lit. 'imperial army', Hesurian pronunciation: [ˈʁaɪçsˌveːɐ̯]) is the army and branch for land warfare of the Reichswehr of Mascylla. The commander of the Army is General Ulrich Nielsen, and is supervised by the Chief of Defences and Feldmarschall Wilhelm Brünar, Minister of Defence of the Realm Rüdiger Meißert and Prime Minister Thomas Falkner. As of 2020, the branch had a strength of 62,270 active soldiers and 19,600 reserve personnel, 40 aircraft, operated fiveteen army bases, and maintained presence at three other military installation. Its size makes it the second-largest army within the Erdaran Union. The Mascyllary Army was founded in 1796 as part of the military of the Mascyllary Kingdom following its foundation. It has been since then the contination of the country's land military.

The Army's mission is to support the objectives of the Reichswehr and the Ministry of Defence at large: "to protect the integrity and safety of Mascylla and to promote, sustain, and support peace and security internationally." In comparison to its other branches, it receives sufficient funding and is equiped with more modern technology, though it is usually behind the Air Force in terms of modernness and readyness. Though it is specifally for land-based affairs, the other branches of military also maintain land power suited for their maritime, lettoral and land environments respectively. The Army also maintains a small fletilla of aircraft for reconaissance and rescue operations.

Structure and organisation

Modern equipment

Ranks and insignia

Officers

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Non-commissioned officers and others

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