Zamastanian Army

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Zamastanian Army
Embelm of the Zamastanian Army
Active3 September 1802 (1802-09-03)
(221 years, 8 months ago)
AllegianceGovernment of Zamastan, President of Zamastan
Size567,390 Regular Army personnel

321,600 National Guard personnel 371,510 Army Reserve personnel

- 1,260,500
President of ZamastanAtticus Moreau
Secretary of DefenseCamille Boffrand
Secretary of the ArmyBradley Price
Chief of Army OperationsNate Bishop

The Zamastanian Army is the principal land warfare force of Zamastan, a part of Zamastanian Armed Forces. As of 2020, the Zamastanian Army comprises just over 1,260,000 trained personnel and just over 360,000 are trained reserve (part-time) personnel. As the oldest branch of the ZAF, the modern army has its roots in the War of Independence and established before the formation of the Republic. It is a uniformed service of the Zamastanian government and operates under a large organizational structure with the President of Zamastan serving as the commander-in-chief, followed by the Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the Army, and the Chief of Army Operations. As a branch of the armed forces, the mission of the Zamastanian Army is "to fight and win conflicts by providing immediate and sustained land dominance across the full range of military operations in support of combatant commanders". The branch participates in conflicts worldwide and is the major ground-based offensive and defensive force of Zamastan, and also serves as a contingent of the Coalition of Crown Albatross's peacekeeping operations.


War of Independence

Paraboca War

World War

Post-World War

Modern Era



The Zamastanian Army has been a volunteer force since national service ended during the 1960s. Since the creation of the part-time, reserve Territorial Force in 1908 (renamed the Army Reserve in 2014) the full-time Zamastanian Army has been known as the Regular Army. In January 2018 there were just over 1,260,000 trained Regulars, of which 321,000 are part of the National Guard, and 371,000 of them are Army Reservists.

Commissioned officers

Enlisted personnel

President Atticus Moreau inspects soldiers



Small arms

The army employs various individual weapons to provide light firepower at short ranges. The most common weapon type used by the army is the Z4A7 carbine rifle. The primary sidearm in the Army is the 9 mm Z9 pistol. Soldiers are also equipped with various hand grenades, such as the Z67 fragmentation grenade and Z18 smoke grenade.

Model Image Caliber Type Origin!
Z9 M9-pistolet.jpg 9 x 19mm Pistol  Zamastan
Z11 SIG-P228-p1030033.jpg 9 x 19mm Pistol  Quetana
ZP25 SIGSAUER MK25 AND SUREFIREX300ULTRA.jpg 9 x 19mm Pistol  Quetana
Submachine guns
Q779 APC File:Police Carbine APC Parabellum 9x19 calibre Switzerland Swiss defence industrry military technology 001.jpg 9 x 19mm Submachine gun  Quetana
Q211 MPX SIG SAUR MPX.jpg 9 x 19mm NATO Submachine gun  Quetana
Small caliber rifles/carbine
Z4A7 PEO M4 Carbine RAS M68 CCO.jpg 5.56×45mm Carbine  Zamastan
Z5 10 Mod 0 / Z5 11 Mod 0 File:FN SCAR-L - FN SCAR-H.jpg 5.56×45mm
Assault rifle/Battle rifle  Zamastan
Z5-410 HK416.jpg 5.56×45mm Assault rifle  Zamastan
C-1055 Benelli m4 2.jpg 12-gauge Semi-automatic shotgun  Zamastan
C26 MASS PEO M26 MASS Stand-alone.jpg 12-gauge Modular accessory shotgun system  Quetana
Machine guns
Z556 M249 Automatic Rifle.jpg 5.56×45mm Light machine gun  Zamastan
DMRs and sniper rifles
Z5 14 EBR PEO M14 EBR.jpg 7.62×51mm Designated marksman rifle  Zamastan


The Zamastanian Army doctrine puts a premium on mechanized warfare. It fields the highest vehicle-to-soldier ratio in the world as of 2020. The army's most common vehicle is the Rapid Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (ZHMMWV), commonly called the Terrier, which is capable of serving as a cargo/troop carrier, weapons platform and ambulance, among many other roles. The Talon-2 tank is the army's main battle tank. Other vehicles include the Leopard Armored Personnel Vehicle and multiple types of Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles.

While the Zamastanian Army Aviation Branch operates a few fixed-wing aircraft, it mainly operates several types of rotary-wing aircraft. These include the TAH-60 Kingfisher attack helicopter, the TAH-60A Vulture tactical transport helicopter and the TAH-471 Egret transport helicopter.

Name Image Origin Quantity Notes
Terrier RMWV M1151.jpg  Zamastan 125,000 Around 40% of those remaining in service are armored; the armored Terrier RMWV in service are to be replaced by the Husk Light Strategic Vehicle (HLSV).
Husk Light Strategic Vehicle (HLSV) Oshkosh JLTV.jpg  Zamastan 53,582 (procurement objective) Will part-replace the Terrier RMWV. Husk Defense was awarded the light strategic vehicle contract on 3 July 2016 for up to 16,901 HLSVs. The procurement objective is a total of 53,582.
Husk MTV MTV-of-the-New-Jersey-National-Guard.jpg  Zamastan 108,800 (Active in all services) Husk Defense - >23,400 trucks/>11,400 trailers (current manufacturer). 74,000 trucks and trailers by legacy manufacturers. Figures include National Guard and Air Force.
Husk HET
 Zamastan 4,079 (delivered; not all remain in service)
Armored vehicles
Joint Readiness Training Center Rotation 140929-A-IN756-459.jpg
 Zamastan 2,509 active
 Zamastan 2,500 active Infantry fighting vehicle
Leopard-1 APV
Stryker ICV front q.jpg
 Quetana/ Zamastan 4,351 Armored personnel carrier
Lioness-1 M1200 Guardian "Armored Knight" (14794103335).jpg  Zamastan 465 Armored utility vehicle
Husk-ATV M153 CROWS mounted on a U.S. Army M-ATV.jpg  Zamastan 5,651
Husk-AFV Brown Bear International MaxxPro.jpg  Zamastan 2,934


Aircraft Photo Origin Role Introduced Quantity
TAH-6 Sparrow MH-6 Little Bird.jpg  Zamastan Attack helicopter 1980 60
TAH-60 Kingfisher AH-64D Apache Longbow.jpg  Zamastan Attack helicopter 1986 756
TAH-471 Egret CH-47 2.jpg  Zamastan Cargo helicopter 1962 394
TAH-60A Vulture UH-60A Black Hawk.jpg  Zamastan Electronic-warfare helicopter 1979 64
TAH-473 Egret 07-3774 PAE (17300527729).jpg  Zamastan Multi-mission helicopter 1962 27
UH-60B Vulture Blackhawk.jpg  Zamastan Utility helicopter 1979 751
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
Toring-1C Black Owl OCPA-2005-08-11-080331.jpg Extended-Range Multi-Purpose UAV 2009 132

Number of aircraft

As of 4 April 2019, the Army has;

  • 193 - fixed-wing/STOL aircraft +
  • 3,372 - rotary-wing/helicopters =
  • 3,565 - total manned aircraft +
  • 10,441 - UAVs/UCAVs/drones =
  • 14,006 - grand total of aircraft