Micronations.wiki costs £160 per year to keep online.
Since we are unable to run advertisements, we ask that any users who are able to do so
make a contribution so that Microwiki may continue to survive and thrive. Thank you!
His Majesty's Royal Telecommunications Force (Turto)
|This article has no relevant categories. Please help MicroWiki by adding a category to this page and removing this template.|
Patch of active service men
Flag of the Telecommunications Force
|Formed||June 2, 2013|
|Dissolved||January 1, 2015|
|Jurisdiction||Turto, International Servers|
|Parent department||His Majesty's Royal Stationary Forces|
|Parent agency||His Majesty's Royal Armed Forces|
His Majesty's Royal Telecommunications Force also known as the RTIF, Royal Turtonian Internet Force, by it's Turtoin Movuen title Gove'Abrestin Lyebury (Government Army of the Internet), HMR Telecommunications Force and by it's division number TO5IFD was the chief defense division in charge of Cyber Counter-Intelligence and Cyberwarfare actions. They were are also responsible for Cryptography,Wiretapping and Online guerrilla actions The duties of TO5IFD were surpassed by the Falcarian Defence Force when turto was dissestablished in early 2015.
Founded in 2013 through the Defense Powers Act 2013, His Majesty's Royal Telecmmunications Force was defined as a "Force [that] consists of men who are not mobilised, rather an online Internet defense force as well as a communications force which use internet tactics to attack enemies of Turto". It was treated as important as the Army, Navy and Air Force in regards to attacking ability, especially due to micronational limitations which halt a normal ground attack.
Turto had not declared war with any state. And as such the Royal Telecommunications Force had never been mobalised.
There were 10 Computer Servers per Com Unit, and 10 Com Units per Section, and 10 Sections per Sub Division, and 10 Sub Divisons per Division, and 10 Divisions in a Generalkit
Rankings and Insignia
Unlike many common armies which do not have an equal level Telecommunications force, many new positions were required to be created
|Insignia||Reports to||Long Title||Role||Appointed by||Date of creation|
|Monarch||His Majesty's Selected Honorable General of the Intenet||To advise and act to the orders of His Majesty Todd II||Monarch or Monarchical Representative||29 Sep 2013|
|Honorable General||His Majesty's Noble Telecommunications General||To respond to orders made by the Honorable General and command separate Generalkits||Monarch or Monarchical Representative which may include the Honorable General||29 Sep 2013|
|General||Low General of the Telecommunications Force||To respond to orders made by a General corresponding to his Generalkit, all Sub Generals are commanders of one Generalkit.||Generals, rarely a Monarch||29 Sep 2013|
|Sub General||Divisional General of the Telecommunications Force||To respond to orders made by a Sub General corresponding to a Division. All Divisional Generals are commanders of one Division||Sub Generals||29 Sep 2013|
|Divisional General||Telecomunications Force Section Controller||To respond to orders made by the Divisional General, usually multiple Section Controllers per Division, they are responsible for the control and management of Sub Divisions and Sections||Divisional Generals, Sub Generals||29 Sep 2013|
|Divisional General and Section Controller||Section Manager of the Telecommunications Force||To Report failures in the system and to repair them. Also develops and collects software.||Section Controller||29 Sep 2013|
|Divisional General, Sub General and Section Controller||Royal Frontline Electronics Commander of the Telecommunications Force||To initiate and participate Cyber battles and sabotage on behalf of a request made by a Divisional General or Section Controller with permission granted by a Sub General||Section Controller or Armed Forces Recruitment||29 Sep 2013|
|Electronics Commander||Royal Frontline Server Host of the Turtonian Telecommunications Force||Used as servers hosting wartime programs and communications||Electronics Commander, Armed Forces Recruitment||29 Sep 2013|