Imperial Chinese Military

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Imperial Chinese Military
Imperial Chinese Military flag.png
Flag of the Imperial Chinese Military
Established 25 June 2014
Country Flag of the Empire of China.png Empire of China
Branches Imperial Army
Imperial Air Force
Imperial Navy
Commander-in-Chief Wong Bao-kong

The Imperial Chinese Military encompass the Imperial Army, Imperial Navy (including the Marine Corps), Imperial Air Force and Military Police Force of the Empire of China. The military's current foremost mission is the defense of the island of Wuzhou and the province of Shenghou against any possible invaders.


The Coast Guard Administration was created in 2014 from related police and military units and is administered by the Executive Yuan and may be incorporated as a military branch during times of emergency but for the large part remains in civilian control.


Since Empire of China is known for a "Micronation of Martial Arts", the military trains the Army, Navy and Air Force Tai Chi, Kung Fu and Wing Chun.

Military branches

Imperial Chinese Army

The Imperial Chinese Army is the largest branch of the armed forces of the Empire of China. An estimated 80% of the Army is located on Shenghou, while the remainder are stationed elsewhere. The primary focus is on defense and counterattack against any possible attacks made by any foreign micronations.

Imperial Chinese Navy

The Imperial Chinese Navy is the maritime branch of the Armed forces of the Empire of China. The EOC Navy's primary mission is to defend the Empire of China's territories and the sea or River Ouse lanes in against a blockade or an attack. Operations include maritime patrols in the EOC Strait and surrounding waters, as well as counter-strike and counter-invasion operations during a possible wartime.

Imperial Chinese Air Force

The Imperial Chinese Air Force is the aviation branch of the armed forces of the Empire of China. The EOCAF's primary mission is the defense of the airspace over and around the Empire of China's territories. Priorities of the EOCAF include the development of long range reconnaissance and surveillance networks, which may be difficult for the Air Force itself.