Armed Forces of the Gymnasium State

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Armed Forces of the Gymnasium State
Ozbrojené síly Státu Gymnázium
Flag of the Gymnasium State.svg
Flag of the Gymnasium State, used also as military flag
Founded1 September 2017
Service branchesSGA.png Army
SGAF.png Air Force
SGN.png Navy
HeadquartersSušice-Gympl, Gymnasium State
Leadership
Commander-in-ChiefPresidential stadard of the Gymnasium State.svg President (David Pivetz)
Manpower
Military age15+
Reserve personnel23
Deployed personnel0
Expenditures
Budget0 USD
Percent of GDP0%

Armed Forces of the Gymnasium State (Czech: Ozbrojené síly Státu Gymnázium), or by its former name Home Defense of the Gymnasium State (Czech: Domobrana Státu Gymnázium), are the military forces of the Gymnasium State. They consist of the Army of the Gymnasium State (Czech: Armáda Státu Gymnázium), the Air Force of the Gymnasium State (Czech: Letectvo Státu Gymnázium) and the Navy of the Gymnasium State (Czech: Námořnictvo Státu Gymnázium), as defined by the military reform from 29 August 2020. They're responsible for defence of the Gymnasium State. The current supreme commander of the Armed Forces is the President David Pivetz, although his powers are limited to declarations of war and mobilisation on the Senate's initiative.

History

The concept of military of the Gymnasium State was founded alongside the Socialist State of Gymnasium on 1 September 2017, however it was first specified in January 2018 along the government reforms that established the Second Republic. It consisted only of the land force and required all citizens to serve if mobilised. The only mobilisation in the military history of the Gymnasium State was announced on 1 February 2018, marking the beginning of the Gymnasian-Bohemian Crisis. Although no actual battles took place during the subsequent war, the Home Defence at the time considered and invasion of Prague in an attempt to force František Koblanský to surrender, but did not go through with the plan due to lack on information. The Home Defense was demobilised on 17 February following the agreement between the two sides and was never mobilised again, even though there was a support to go to war against Republic of Vltava after it declared independence on 27 February 2020 claiming most of western Bohemia including the Gymnasium State as its territory. On 29 August 2020 a military reform was passed by the senate that reduced the Home Defence to the Army and established the Gymnasian Air Force and Navy, establishing the first proper structure to the Gymnasian military.

Structure

Diagram of the structure of the Armed Forces

The Armed Forces are nominally led by the president, but their powers are limited to declaration of mobilisation and war. The actual leadership of the military lies with the individual branches and their respective subordinate units. In total, the Armed Forces consist of nine units divided between three branches.

Structure of the Gymnasian Armed Forces
Armed Forces SGA.png Army 1st Infantry Regiment 11th Infantry Company
12th Infantry Company
2nd Special Purpose Regiment 21st Motorised Company
22nd Heavy Company
SGAF.png Air Force 1st Wing 1st Direct Support Squadron 10th Flight
2nd Air Superiority Squadron 20th Flight
3rd Reconnaissance Squadron 30th Flight
SGN.png Navy 1st Fleet 1st Flag Division
2nd Division

Equipment and uniforms

Home Defense of the Gymnasium State does not have its own uniforms. It has however specified two pieces of clothing that should be worn if mobilisation was announced. Those are a red headscarft and a green shirt. The headscarf has been used since 30 April 2019.