Royal Sjealandic Air Force

Royal Sjealandic Air Force
Nasjonal Samling ørnemerke.svg
Emblem of the Royal Air Force
FoundedJune 16 1918
Country Sjealand
AllegianceFrederik VI
TypeAir force
RoleAerial warfare
Size33,840 as well as 4,600 conscripts
682 aircraft
Part ofRoyal Sjealandic Defence
HeadquartersFlyvestation Guttorp
Nickname(s)The Ravens
Motto(s)In the clouds, salvation
ColorsRed and yellow
MarchHonourary march for the RSAF
Mascot(s)The red Baron
Anniversaries8th of June
Commander in ChiefRoyal Standard.png Frederik VI of Sjealand
RigsmarskChiefOfDefenceFlag.png Admiral Karla de Ulborg
Chief of the Air StaffRDAF Gen.svg Marshal of the Air Force Hjalmar Jønsson
Chief Master Sergeant of the RSAFRDAF Lt Gen.svg Air chief marshal Henrik Nielsen
RoundelRoundel of Sjealand.svg
Fin flashState Flag of Sjealand.png
Aircraft flown
EKF-1 Pelikanen, EKF-2 Falken
FighterKF-25 Falken
Attack helicopterLods AHK, Ræven FKH, Haren FKH
Multirole helicopterRæven FKH
Observation helicopterMusvitten FKH
Utility helicopterMusvitten FKH, Ræven FKH
PatrolAzimut-44 Saturne, MF-10 Høgen
TrainerKF-25 Falken, TF-1 Giraffen
TransportMF-10 Høgen, Azimut C-45 Bis

The Royal Sjealandic Air Force or RSAF (Kongelige Sjællandske Luftvåben, KSL) is the aerial warfare force of the Sjealandic Realm. It is the oldest independent air force in Aldinnheim, having been formed just before Sjealands entrance into the Continental War in 1918. It proved effective against the Concorde, earning its place on the battlefield against the Swastrians, and was soon employed to police Sjealands vast holdings across Aldinnheim, one the its modern principal duties.

The standing mission of the RSAF is to help the two larger bodies of the Royal Sjealandic Defence achieve their duties, this is handled as providing the necessary support and capabilities needed for the Army and Navy to complete their goals. In particular this consists of maritime flying and patrolls and to promote Sjealandic supremacy in its waters, especially against states like Swastria and Ambrose.

Today it is among the best-equipped air forces in the world, operating a fleet of various types of aircraft both domestically produced and imported. This fleet largely consists of fixed-wing aircraft, including: fighter and strike aircraft, airborne early warning and control and strategic and tactical transport aircraft. Additionally a large amount of helicopters are under the RSAF's command, and the helicopter and plane services of both the army and navy are considered to be under the command of the RSAF should it request it. The majority of the RSAF's aircraft and personnel are based in Sjealand, with a small amount stationed in the Union of Nautasian Islamic Republics on peacekeeping missions and others part of rotating NFO squadrons.


Current Structure


Air Bases



Flying schools





Current inventory

Aircraft Origin Type Variant In service Notes
Combat aircraft
Haastrup KF-25 Falken Sjealand multirole KF-25C 205 60 undergoing upgrades
Haastrup TB-1 Havørnen Sjealand Supersonic strategic heavy bomber 12
SAP MF-12 Lomvien Sjealand Maritime patrol aircraft 3
EKF-1 Pelikanen Sjealand AEW&C 8
PTF 21 Kreissau SIGINT 5
Azimut Chronos West Engatia Maritime Patrol 8
ACARA 50C Galère West Engatia aerial refueling / transport KC-130H 5
F-1 Pelikanen Sjealand utility transport 8
MF-10 Høgen Sjealand transport and maritime patrol 20
Azimut C-45 Bis West Engatia transport 30
Defence Helicopter Wing
Lods AKH Sjealand Attack 45
Ræven FKH Sjealand Utility 37
Haren FKH Sjealand Multirole 45
Musvitten FKH Sjealand Transport 39
Trainer aircraft
TF-1 Giraffen Sjealand Jet trainer 92
Grob G 115E EA-3.JPG Sjealand conversion trainer 120
ARL Y-12 Kreissau surveillance
SAP SF-8 Sjealand Unmanned combat aerial vehicle 18
Vidar RQ-07 Sjealand surveillance

Symbols, flags, emblems and uniform

Ceremonial functions and display


Music and marches