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Royal Onekawa-Nukanoa Air Force

Royal Onekawa-Nukanoa Air Force
Te Tauarangi Roera o Onekawa-Nukanoa
Active1920 - present
CountryNgāti Onekawa-Nukanoa
AllegianceTe Ope Manuka o Onekawa-Nukanoa/Royal Onekawa-Nukanoa Armed Forces
BranchAir Force
Size42,000 (active), 4,000 (reserve)
EngagementsOnekawan Civil War of 1925
First Monsoon War
Second Monsoon War
Fahrani Civil War

The Royal Onekawa-Nukanoa Air Force (Onekawan: Te Tauarangi Roera o Onekawa-Nukanoa) is the aerial and space warfare branch of the Royal Onekawa-Nukanoa Armed Forces (Onekawan: Te Ope Manuka o Onekawa-Nukanoa). Established on the order of Māori Kingī Tama I Nukanoa in 1920 as distinct branch of the military, the Royal Onekawa-Nukanoa Air Force (RONAF) has been engaged in every major armed conflict involving Ngāti Onekawa-Nukanoa with the first major conflict being the Onekawan Civil War of 1925. With a current active strength of 42,000 and a reserve force of 4,000 the RONAF is the second largest service branch of the Royal Onekawa-Nukanoa Armed Forces.

The

History

Structure

Doctrine

The RONAF is primarily concerned in engaging peer or near-peer threats: and that the RONAF is likely to (a.) be engaged away from permeant Onekawan military facilities and support infrastructure and (b.) likely to be outnumbered against their opposition. In response to these major concerns, the RONAF has developed the "Total SICA" doctrine. An abbreviation of "SUPPORT, IDENTIFICATION, CONTAINMENT AND ANNIHILATION", the Total SICA doctrine governs the philosophy on how the RONAF conducts operations in the air and space domains.

The "SUPPORT" pillar is to ensure that any Onekawan forces deployed receive adequate logistical support to sustain long term operations in the fulfillment of their mission, and that there should be a sufficient degree of redundancy in any logistical support system to handle unforeseen disruptions caused by enemy action or other means. This must also be achieved under the assumption that their is not necessarily any significant friendly local support facilities, personnel and infrastructure.

Fleet

Fixed Wing Aircraft

Name Image Origin Type/Variants Number in Service Details
Fighters
Whaitiri Kāhu FSR.7 WK.1.png  Onekawa-Nukanoa Multirole fighter 182 Standard service fighter
Haumātakataka FSR.1 Supcyc12.png  Onekawa-Nukanoa Heavy multirole fighter 122 Standard heavy fighter
Karearea FSR.1 Hurricane.png  Arthurista/ Belfras/ Latium/ Onekawa-Nukanoa Multirole stealth fighter 31 Standard service stealth fighter. Additional 17 aircraft on order
Name Image Origin Type/Variants Number in Service Details
Electronic Warfare
Whaitiri Kāhu ER.4 NF2.7 with blisters.IRST.png  Onekawa-Nukanoa Suppression of Enemy Air Defences (SEAD) aircraft 42 Primary SEAD aircraft
Name Image Origin Type/Variants Number in Service Details
Air Mobility
Kererū C.2 A400M Beach Landings MOD 45162698 (cropped).jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Strategic/Tactical Transport 54 Standard service airlifter
Tītī KC.9 Boeing KC-767J tanker of the JASDF (code 87-3601) at RIAT Fairford 17July2017 arp.jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Aerial Tanker 19 Standard service aerial tanker
Pīkikau C.1 Royal Air Force King Air B200 Training Aircraft MOD 45153010.jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Utility Transport 13 Standard utility transport
Tūmatarau Whāriki II VC.2 Boeing 767 (Forca Aerea Brasileira) Rafael Luiz (28938052151).jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa VIP Transport 2 Former primary VIP Transport, relegated to support and secondary officials and royals
Tūmatarau Whāriki III VC.1 Airbus A350-100 (48098816782).jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa VIP Transport 2 Primary VIP Transport for the primary official and royals
Name Image Origin Type/Variants Number in Service Details
Training
Nākahi II TF.1 M346 - RIAT 2009 (3834484695).jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Lead-In Fighter Trainer 22 Standard service Lead-In Fighter trainer
Kau TM.2 Tc-90 04l.jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Basic Multi-Engine Trainer 7 Standard service multi-engine trainer
Pī TB.3 A-29 Over Afghanistan.jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Basic Trainer 66 Standard service basic trainer
Name Image Origin Type/Variants Number in Service Details
Surveillance/Support Aircraft
Karaurangi AEW.1 Boeing 737-7ES Wedgetail, Australia - Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) JP7120522.jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Airborne Early Warning and Control Aircraft 8 Primary airborne early warning and control aircraft
Karawhenua R.6 R500.jpeg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance (ISTAR) aircraft 3 Primary ISTAR aircraft
Koekoe R.3 R500.jpeg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Signal Intelligence gathering aircraft 3 Primary SIGINT aircraft
Ngawī R.9 Colombian Air Force Boeing KC-767-2J6ER Lofting-1.jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Airborne ground surveillance, battle management and command and control aircraft. 4 Primary JSTARS aircraft

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Name Image Origin Type/Variants Number in Service Details
Maritime Patrol Aircraft
Wharenga II MPA.1 Royal Australian Air Force (A47-010) Boeing P-8A Poseidon conducting a touch-and-go at Canberra Airport (3).jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Maritime Patrol Aircraft 8 Primary maritime patrol aircraft
Name Image Origin Type/Variants Number in Service Details
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Rangipākau R.1 Global Hawk, NASA's New Remote-Controlled Plane - October 2009.jpg  Belfras Long Endurance Reconnaissance Aircraft 8 Strategic unmanned reconnaissance aircraft
Kōkōpākau RS.3 Reaper UAV Takes to the Skies of Southern Afghanistan MOD 45151418.jpg  Onekawa-Nukanoa Long Endurance Reconnaissance and Light Strike Aircraft 18 Tactical unmanned reconnaissance and strike aircraft

Rotary Wing Aircraft