Hjalsk Armed Forces

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Hjalsk Armed Forces
HAF flag.jpeg
Official flag of the Hjalsk Armed Forces
Founded29 August 2020
Service branchesFlag of Hjalsk Armed Forces.png Royal Hjalsk Army
Hjalsk Naval Flag.png Imperial Hjalsk Navy
Royal Hjalsk Air Force
HEME Badge.png Hjalsk Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
HeadquartersHamarsey
Leadership
HeadJarl Juvan I
Supreme CommanderLord Max Hund
Manpower
Active personnel12
Reserve personnel1

The Hjalsk Armed Forces are the military services responsible for the defence of Hjalvik. The military comes under three divisions; Army, Navy and Air Force. The Hjalsk Armed Forces are managed by the Ministry of Defence.

History

The Hjalsk Armed Forces were established on 29 August 2020. The first base operated by the military was naval base, Port Hamarsey. The first army establishment was the Tanþheim Military Base, which became operational on 31 August 2020. Hjalvik has a total of six military bases, although Mykilsker Airbase is set to be abandoned following the handover of Mykilsker to the United Kingdom. The flag of the Hjalsk Armed Forces was officially adopted on 17 February 2021.

Royal Hjalsk Army

The Royal Hjalsk Army, known in Hjalsk as the Riklikr Hjalsk Herliþ, trains several soldiers, usually those who are Hjalsk citizens. The army’s main ground force base is Tanþheim Herliþstaþr, in the district of Norþfold. Its current fleet consists of one tank; the Hund Ground Tank.

Imperial Hjalsk Navy

The Imperial Hjalsk Navy, or the Ofisk Hjalsk Farmaþinar in Hjalsk, is the most powerful of the three forces in Hjalvik. It has a fleet of 6 vessels and has an enrolment of 8 men. Aircraft Carrier HS Ölker is currently under construction in Sandvölr.

Fleet

Vessel Name Launched Class Crew Capacity District Served
HS Hjalvik (Formerly SS Ewan) 2017 (2020 under HS Hjalvik) Battleship 2 All
SS SS 2019 Battleship 4 All
SS Joe 2019 Scout Cruiser 2 Midfold
HS Jatvörþr (Formerly HMS Beale) 2019 (2020 under HS Jatvörþr) Battleship 1 Norþfold
HS Byhals 2019 Battleship 2 Norþfold
HS Keipr 2021 Drone scout vessel 0 All
HS Ölker Under Construction (estimated completion 2021) Aircraft Carrier N/A Norþfold

Royal Hjalsk Air Force

The Royal Hjalsk Air Force, known as the Riklikr Hjalsk Lofterliþ in Hjalsk, is the least known of the three Hjalsk forces. It has a fleet of three drones, and has a crew of 3 pilots.

Hjalsk Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

The Hjalsk Electrical and Mechanical Engineers is the engineering branch of the Hjalsk Armed Forces. Employed by the Hjalsk government, the HEME employs 7 engineers and designers, working at three main yards across the territories.

Bases

Current bases

Name Location Owner Operator Established Troops stationed Notes
Port Hamarsey Hamarsey, Midfold Ministry of Defence Imperial Hjalsk Navy 30 August 2020 2 First Naval Base in Hjalvik. Hjalsk Navy headquarters.
Tanþheim Military Base Tanþheim, Norþfold Ministry of Defence Royal Hjalsk Army
Imperial Hjalsk Navy
31 August 2020 1 One of Hjalvik’s most important military bases.
Mykilsker Airbase Mykilsker Island, Mykilsker, Midfold Ministry of Defence Royal Hjalsk Air Force 4 September 2020 1 Largest Airbase in Hjalvik. Soon to be given up after the Mykilsker handover.
Port Hestavagr Hestavagr, Vestfold Ministry of Defence Imperial Hjalsk Navy 6 September 2020 1 Mainly used for naval training.
Sandvölr Military Base Sandvölr, Norþfold Ministry of Defence Royal Hjalsk Army
Imperial Hjalsk Navy
3 November 2020 3 Hjalvik’s largest military establishment. Mainly used for army training. Largest shipbuilders in Hjalvik.
Fort Völborg United Kingdom Orkney Islands Council Royal Hjalsk Army 15 December 2020 3 Hjalvik’s only military base on British land.

Former bases

Name Location Owner Operator Operational Notes
Fort Brungarþr Brungarþr, Midfold Ministry of Defence Royal Hjalsk Army 24 February 2021 - 16 June 2021 Strategically important base that required significant protection. Abandoned due to invasion.

See also