Eniarkian Army

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People's Ground Forces
Народний Сухопутні війська
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Coat of Arms of the Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku
Active February 2010–present
Country Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku
Role Land force
Size 37
Motto "Until Death Shall We Defend The Worker's Party!"
Anniversaries February 15, 2010
Engagements None as of July 20, 2010
Commanders
Commander-in-Chief Aaron Meek
Marshal Mason Horn


The People's Ground Forces of Eniarku(UkrainianНародний Сухопутні війська) are the land forces of the Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku. However, the Eniarkian Ground Forces in their present state are less than a year old, and as a result have not been deployed in any important military engagements..

Background

Founding

The People's Ground Forces were founded on February 15, 2010, the day after the Democratic People's Republic of Eniarku was founded. It previously (when Eniarku was still the Republic of Eniarku) had no form of existence beyond a private bodyguard unit of People's President, Aaron A. Meek while he was the President of the Republic of Eniarku. The army was originally, and this is still very much its primary function, intended to be a defensive force to protect important leaders of the country.

First Re-Organization

On July 18, 2010 the Commander-in-Chief Meek and Marshal Mason Horn agreed that a reorganization of the armed forces was needed. The Commander-in-Chief presented his new plans of universal conscription to the government and they were approved. The plans also outlined for the ranking system to be revised. Many more ranks have been added to the original six. The plans also recommended an urgent recruiting program so that the Marshal could recruit new members of the military quickly. Finally, the plans called for a change in weaponry systems from Nerf weaponry to Airsoft weaponry. The switch (as of July 20, 2010) has not been made, but if it is, Nerf weapons may still be used for training purposes as well. Also, until the Army can recruit more soldiers, the previous, simpler six-rank system will be used.

Rank Structure

Special Officers of the People's Ground Forces
Commander-in-Chief
CIC
Marshal of the People's Ground Forces
MAR
SP-2 SP-1
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Senior Officers of the People's Ground Forces
General
GEN
Lieutenant General
LTG
Brigadier General
BG
Colonel
COL
SO-4 SO-3 SO-2 SO-1
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Officers of the People's Ground Forces
Lieutenant Colonel
LTC
Major
MAJ
Captain
CPT
First Lieutenant
1LT
Second Lieutenant
2LT
Officer Cadet
CDT
O-5 O-4 O-3 O-2 O-1 CDT-1
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Enlisted Ranks of the People's Ground Forces
Chief Warrant Officer
WO2
Warrant Officer
WO1
Sergeant
SGT
Corporal
CPL
Private
PVT
Recruit
RCT
W-2 W-1 E-3 E-2 E-1 R-1
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Personnel

Due to its age, the People's Ground Forces have not seen much in terms of "real" combat. Most personnel are going through different types of training if they are needed in a conflict. Some of them are listed below, while others wish to remain anonymous.

Special Officers

Comrade Hero Aaron Meek, Commander-in-Chief

The Rt. Hon. Mason Horn, Marshal

Senior Officers

Evan Meek, Brigadier General

Officers

Colin Swanson, Captain

Enlisted

Connor McDonald, Warrant Officer

Ethan Horn, Corporal

Dylan Meek, Corporal

Arthur White, Corporal