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Welcome to the Republic of India, we are a fast growing nation in the east that seeks to expand to the global stage as a super power. We have modernized our economy and military and become a new super power in Asia. The Empire has recently entered a golden age after years of expansion and war, the empire can finally rest, and its people can finally ejoy all the prosperity that the senate and president has brought them through economic and social reforms.

we was once under British control but we broke free, we was once a weak and tecnical backwards nation, but those days are over, we will expand passively and aggressivly.

Foreign Relations

Allies

  • Israel
  • Necro Republic of Afghanistan

Non-aggresion Pacts

Trade Pacts

Enemies

Map

IMG 1452

Afghanistan is a protectorate of india

Indian Armed Forces


The Indian Armed Forces is the main force that protects the Republic. The armed forces is undergoing a massive modernization project that has the ultimate goal of creating one of the most disiplined and organized militery forces in the world.

The current missions of the armed forces

  • Protection of the Republic of India
  • Modernizing
  • Upholding law and order in the Republic
  • Border control

The Indian armed forces have been engaged in a number of major military operations, including: the Indo-Pakistani wars of 1947, 1965 and 1971, the Portuguese-Indian War, the Sino-Indian War, the 1967 Chola incident, the 1987 Sino-Indian skirmish, the Kargil War, and the Siachen conflict among others. India honours its armed forces and military personnel annually on Armed Forces Flag Day, 7 December. Since 1962. Armed with the newest weapons the Indian armed forces are steadily undergoing modernisation, with investments in areas such as futuristic soldier systems and missile defence systems.

The Department of Defence Production of the Ministry of Defence is responsible for the indigenous production of equipment used by the Indian Armed Forces. It comprises the 41 Indian Ordnance Factories under the control of the Ordnance Factories Board, and eight Defence PSUs namely: HAL, BEL, BEML, BDL, MDL, GSL, GRSE and Midhani. India was the largest importer of defence equipment in 2014 with Russia, Israel, France and the United States being the top foreign suppliers of military equipment. The Government of India has launched a Make in Indiainitiative to indigenise manufacturing and reduce dependence on imports, including defence imports and procurement.

Deployed Army/Air Force assets

Group Size HQ Region(s)
Eastern command 4 Legions,

4 armored corpses,

4 missile divisions,

1 fighter division,

5 fighter wings with Panthers,

20 strike fighter squadrons,

4 attack helicopter squadrons,

1 flight of EWA.

Primary HQ: Dhaka

secondary HQ: Kolkata

Assam

Bangladesh

Arunachal Pradesh

Nagaland

Manipur

Mizoram

Meghalaya

Northen command 2 Legions with 1 armored corps,

3 missile divisions,

1 flight of Early warring aircraft,

10 Panther squadrons,

6 Fighter wings,

4 Strike fighter wings,

2 Tactical bomber wings.

Primary HQ: New Delhi

secomdary HQ: Jaipur

Jammu and Kashmir

Himanchal Pradesh

Uttarachal

Uttar Pradesh

Bihar

Sikkim

Punjab

Haryana

Western command 1 Legion,

2 armored divisions,

18 fighter squadrons,

2 tactical bomber squadrons,

4 strike fighter squadrons,

3 missile divisions.

Primary HQ: Islamabad

secondary HQ: Karachi

Pakistan
Southern command 1 Legion,

2 armored divisions,

18 fighter squadrons,

4 tactical bomber squadrons,

4 strike fighter squadrons,

1 EWA squadron,

3 missile divisions.

Primary HQ: Hyderabad

secodary HQ: Mumbai

Andhra Pradesh

Karnataka

Goa

Tamil Nadu

Kerala

Pondicherry

Sri Lanka

Central command 1 Legion,

all Immortals,

2 armored divisions,

18 fighter squadrons,

2 tactical bomber squadrons,

2 strike fighter squadrons,

5 squadrons equipped with Panthers,

4 missile divisions.

Primary HQ: Necropolis

Secondary HQ: Udalpur

Maharastra

Gujarat

Rajasthan

Madhya Pradesh

Chhattisgarh

Orrisa

Jharkhand

West Bengal

African command 1 Legion,

1 armored corps,

2 fighter wings,

1 strike fighter wing,

3 missile divisions.

Primary HQ: Antanarivo

Secondary HQ: Jaunde

Gabon

Guinea

Equatorial

Congo

Central African Republic

Parts of Cameroon

Madgascar

East Asian command 1 Legion

1 Armored corps

1 Fighter wing

1 tactical bomber wing

1 strike fighter wing

1 missile division

Primary HQ: Singapore Singapore

Indonesia

Indian Navy

The Indian navy is the naval branch of the Indian Armed forces, it also control the Coast Gaurd. Like the army, the navy can also trace back its origins back to the East India company, which fleet was established in 1612. The Indian Navy can trace its lineage back to the East India Company's Marine which was founded in 1612 to protect British merchant shipping in the region. In 1793 the East India Company established its rule over eastern part of the Indian subcontinent i.e. Bengal, but it was not until 1830 that the colonial navy became known as Her Majesty's Indian Navy. In 1858, East India Company rule gave way to the British Raj which lasted until India became independent in 1947. When India became a republic in 1950, the Royal Indian Navy as it had been named since 1934 was renamed to Indian Navy. The 17th-century Maratha emperor Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj is considered as the 'Father of the Indian Navy'

The primary objective of the navy is to secure the nation's maritime borders; India also uses its navy to enhance its international relationsthrough joint exercises, port visits and humanitarian missions, including disaster relief. In recent years, the Indian Navy has undergone rapid modernisation to replace its ageing equipment currently in service, this is often seen as part of "India's drive" to develop blue-water capabilities and enhance its position in the Indian Ocean region.

Roster

Type Class Quantity In production
9 gunner BB (flagship) Nightbringer 2 No
8 gunner BB God Spliter 1 No
8 gunner BB Gandhi 3 No
8 gunner BB Ranjit 4 No
7 gunner BB Ahthor 1 No
6 gunner BB Sri Lanka 3 No
6 gunner BB Deepak 6 No
6 gunner BB Manera 5 No
6 gunner BB Ranchi 3 No
Super

carrier

Khathor 3 Yes
super

carrier

Vikramaditya 6 No
Fleet carrier Ibireh 1 Yes
Battle carrier Tutanath 1 Yes
Battle carrier Trinkat 2 Yes
Attack carrier Qarerenef 6 Yes
6 gunner

battle cruiser

Solas 2 Yes
Super cruiser Panemes 2 Yes
Stealth

cruiser

Kolkata 4 Yes
Missile cruiser Myscore 14 Yes
Heavy cruiser Abhay 25 No
Light cruiser Veer 25 Yes
SSBN Arihant 9 Yes
SSN Qurras 30 Yes
SSN Chakra 12 No
Diesel electric

attack submarine

Kohhamet 10 No
Deisel electric

attack submarine

Sindhurakshak 14 No
Stealth destroyer Hekenudes 60 No
Stealth destroyer Interos 60 No
Destroyer Saryu 60 No
Destroyer Mumbai 60 No
Destroyer Delhi 12 No
ASW frigate Rajput 64 No
Missile corvette Kora 70 No
Stealth corvette Karmorta 73 No
ASW helicopter

destroyer

Godavari 5 No
PT boat Makar 100 No
Assault ship Austin 118 Yes
Replenishmemt

ship

Jyoti 184 Yes

Aircraft rooster

Type Name Quantity Production
Air superiority fighter SF-1A1N "Warhawk" 1270 Yes
Strike fighter SD-1A1N "Falcon" 928 Yes
Early warring AEWACS 48 Yes
Patrol/ASW helicopter Type 3 1167 Yes
Multirole fighter HAL-20 Shark 432 72 more in production

Capital Ships

Aircraft Carriers

Cruisers

Submarines

Destroyers

Minor ships/Patrol craft

Assault ships and support ships

Light ships

Aircraft

Uniforms

Indian Airforce

The Indian Airforce is the air arm of the Indian Armed Forces. Its current mission is to secure Indian air space and to conduct aerial warfare during armed conflict.  It was officially established on 8 October 1932 as an auxiliary air force of the British empire which honored India's aviation service during World War II with the prefix Royal. After India gained independence in 1947, the name Royal Indian Air Force was kept and served in the name of Dominion of India. With the government's transition to a Republic in 1950, the prefix Royal was removed after only three years. Since 1950 the IAF has been involved in 4 wars with neighboring Parkistan and 1 with the Peoples Republic of China. The IAF has participated in many operations and taken many roles throughout the decades, and its primary mission now is to secure Indian airspace and interests.

Organization

Air division: 10-12 wings.

Wings: consists of 3 squadrons.

squadron: 24 aircraft.

Flights: 6-12 aircraft.

Roster

Type Name Quantity In production
1st generation hypersonic aircraft Night Shroud 6 Extremely limited
5th generation stealth fighter AASF-20 "Panther" 1032 Yes
Air superiority fighter SF-1 "Warhawnk" 2860 Yes
Supersonic longe range

tactical bomber

SB-1 "Aries" 805 Yes
Strike fighter SD-1 "Falcon" 1160 Yes
Gunship Mi Mil 35 720 Yes
Attack helicopter HAL Multirole combat helicopter

"Broadsword"

788 Yes
Next gen transport stealth helicopter ATALH-03 "Night stalker" 25 Limited
Early warring aircraft AEWACS 120 Yes
Eaely warring aircraft Beriev A-50 7 No
Transport aircraft ST-66A 80 Yes
Medium transporter Antonov AN-32 104 No
Aerial Refueling Ilyushin II-78 26 No
Multi mission helicopter Type-3K 480 Yes
Trainer aircraft BAE system hawk 104 No

Fighters

Attackers

Bombers

Helicopters

Other

Uniforms

Indian Army

The Indian army is the largest branch of the Indian Armed Forces. They are in charge of all land operations, the army is commanded by the Cheif of Army Staff (COAS) who is also a 4 stared general. The Indian army originates from the armies of East India company, which eventually became the British Indian army, and the armies of the princely states, which finally became the national army after independence. The units and regiments of the Indian Army have diverse histories and have participated in a number of battles and campaigns across the world, earning a large number of battle and theater honors before and after independence.

Oraganization

fire team: 4 soldiers.

squad: 12 soldiers.

platoon: 32 soldiers.

company: 120 soldiers.

battalion/armored battalion: 1000 combat troops: Armored battalion: 50 armored vehicles, 38 SPG's, 1 mechanized battalion, support elements.

regiment/armored brigade: 3000 combat troops with support elements. Armored brigade: 75 armored vehicles, 75 SPG's, 150 light armored vehicles and 2 battalions of mechanized infantry, support elements.

division/armored division: 15000 combat troops, 8000 support elements, 1 engineer and signal battalion, 3 artillery battalions, 1 scout battalion. Armored division: 150 armored vehicles, 125 SPG's, 300 light armored vehicles and 2 mechanized infantry regiments, and support elements.

corps/armored corps: 45000 combat troops, 24000 support elements, 1 engineer and signal corps, 2 artillery regiments, 1 scout division. Armored corps: 450 armored vehicles, 250 SPG's , 600 light armored vehicle, 2 artillery regiments and 1 mechanized infantry corps, and support elements.

field army: 90000 combat troops, 56000 support elements, 3 engineer and signal corpses, 4 artillery regiments.

army group: 2 field army's.

legion: 4 army groups.

Other formations

artillery regiment: 7000 men to operate 350 artillery guns. 200 medium guns and 150 heavy guns, and support guidance and counter artillery radars. Can also be equipped with up to 250 MBRL's.

Corps of engineers: 18000 combat engineers.

Signal corpse: 12000 comunication troops.

Mechanized Infantry corps: 22000 combat troops for offensive and defensive operations, with light armored support and transportation.

Mechanized infantry division: 8000 combat troops for offensive and defensive operations, with light armored support and mobile transportation.

Mechanized infantry regiment: 1800 combat troops for offensive and defensive operations, with light armored support and mobile transportation.

Mechanized infantry battalion: 600 combat troops for offensive and defensive operations, with light armored support and mobile transportation.

Ordance corps: Up to 56000 logistical troops with up to 70000 supply trucks/other means of mechanized transport.

Roster

Type Name Quantity In production
UAV/UACV TAPAS-BH-201 180 Yes
UAV Nishant 83 Yes
Electronic warfare system Samyukta 580 Yes
Radar Swathi 950 Yes
Radar Rohini 750 Yes
155mm howitzer Field gun

MK 1/2/3

76,800 Yes
180mm howitzer Dhanush

Howitzer

57,600 Yes
Seige tank Destroria 1 162 Yes
Advanced

MBT

Mantis 1A1 180 Limited
MBT Arjun 2A1 4900 Yes
MBT Arjun 1700 No
MBT T-90M/S 1650 No
MBT Ajeya T-72 2410 No
Heavy IF/APC TATA Kestrel 1600 Yes
IFV Abhay 6200 Yes
APC BMP-2 Sarath 2632 No
Multirole APC BRDM-2 2876 Mass production
MBRL Pinaka 1950 Yes
SPG VAJRA-T 1760 Yes
MRAP M2B2 Elephant 2000 Yes
MRAP Aditya 1300 limited
Light utiity vehicle Maruti Gypsy +62000 Yes
Medium truck Ashok Leyland Stallion +120000 Yes

Hand held weapons

Vehicles

Artillery systems

Missile systems

Radars

UAV's

Aircraft

missile roster

Type Name Quantity in production
ICBM Agni-V 90 Yes
ICBM Surya 40 Yes

Uniforms

Active legions

Number Name General Station Home region
I Necropolises Shadows Khatep Qurras Eastern command Maharashtra
II Yetis Karrona Sukza Northern command Khasmir
III Sons of Mortis Menkauclea Mehs Eastern command Assam
IV Kartikeya Jwala Tavade Western command Bengal
V Black Tigers Khamuramen Korzets African command Madagascar
VI Exterminators Rahotep Gazet Eastern command West Bengal
VII Necromongers Vaako Dazme Eastern command Jharkhand
VIII Blood Drinkers Naphemil Hazzok Northern command Uttar Pradesh
IX Iron Hands Kapet Jemez Central command Madhya Pradesh
X War Hounds Zarxex Ramas Southern command Tamil Nadu
XI Black Dragons Coraz Cruz East Asian command Bihar
XII Harvesters Mortarion Ytrass Central command Goa
XIII Immortals Semeptah Dejamu Necropolis India

Indian Special Forces


Indian Special Forces are elite soldiers that focuses on infiltration and operations behind enemy lines, shock attacks,

raiding, counter terror, search and destroy, advanced recom, they are some of the toughest soldiers in the world with their almost inhuman training. The commandos consists entirely of volunteers, but after their traning these simple volunteers are some of the most dangerous and disiplined war machines in the world.

The Indian Special Forces has many division agencies and battalions of men, the most famous of them all being Battalion 33.

Known ISF Divisions

  • Battalion 33
  • MARCOS.
  • Para Commandos.
  • Garud Commando Force.
  • Ghatak Force.
  • National Security Guard Or Black Cats.
  • COBRA (Commando Battalion for Resolute Action)
  • Special Frontier Force.
  • Force One.
  • Immortals

Uniforms

Intelligence Agency

The Research and Analysis Wing (R&AW or RAW) is the primary foreign intelligence agency of India. It was established in 1968 following the intelligence failures of the Sino-Indian and Indo-Pakistani wars, which persuaded the Government of India to create a specialised, independent agency dedicated to foreign intelligence gathering; previously, both domestic and foreign intelligence had been the purview of the Intelligence Bureau.

During the nine-year tenure of its first Director, Rameshwar Nath Kao, R&AW quickly came to prominence in the global intelligence community, playing a role in major events such as the independence of Bangladesh and the accession of the state of Sikkim to India. The agency's primary function is gathering foreign intelligence, engaging in counter-terrorism, promoting counter-proliferation, advising Indian policymakers, and advancing India's foreign strategic interests. It is also involved in the security of India's nuclear programme (which has been stopped due to international treaties). Many foreign analysts consider the R&AW to be an effective organisation and identify it as one of the primary instruments of India's national power.

Prior to the inception of the Research and Analysis Wing, overseas intelligence collection was primarily the responsibility of the Intelligence Bureau (IB), which was created by the British. In 1933, sensing the political turmoil in the world which eventually led to the Second World War, the Intelligence Bureau's responsibilities were increased to include the collection of intelligence along India's borders.

In recent times, there has been a clear lack of proper counter spying and information gathering from India. This is primarily due to the heavy focus on IAF, and the large reforms and construction projects, but the most recent conflict with Indonesia has shown that the IAF can't do everything alone, and forign nations has been able to intercept indian transmissions thus compromising national security. This development has alearted the senate that fears that the enemies, and possible enemies of the nation will and take the fight to India itself. This combined with the large thereat that is china, has forced the senate and president to invest more in the intelligence agencies of India.