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Default African countries OOB

I usually goes by cannon for that but, in my opinion, a number of countries survived despite the war. Nevertheless, the situation is generaly chaotic with pirates in western Mediterranea, off the coast of Morocco, in the Gulf of Aden, around Cape Town and around Zanzibar.

Libya was subjected to nukes and conventional bombing and Tripoli was reduced to rubble. However, a large number of nomads (including Khadaffi) and isolated communties survived. A new capital was established at Sirte, a small refinery and several oil wells survived.
LIBYA
Libyan Army
- ADA Battalion
Manpower: 690
Assets: 1 SA-8b, 2 Crotale, 9 57AD, 10 40AD
- Artillery Battalion
Manpower: 470
Assets: 4 SO-122s, 6 BM-21s, 16 FH122s
- 1st Armored Battalion
Manpower: 500
Assets: 3 ZSU-23-4s, 11 T-72s, 18 T-55s
- 2nd Armored Battalion
Manpower: 500
Assets: 3 ZSU-23-4s, 11 T-72s, 18 T-55s
- 1st through 5th Infantry Battalion
Manpower: 700
Assets: 2 Danas, 2 RM-70s, 2 SA-13s, 2 EE-9s, 2 EE-11s, 3 OT-64s, 9 BMP-1

Libyan Air Force
- 1st Border Patrol
Manpower: 130
Assets: 4 Mi-24
- 1040th Squadron
Manpower: 90
Assets: 2 Mirage F-1, 4 Mig-21
- 1060th Squadron
Manpower: 120
Assets: 5 Mig-23

Libyan Navy
- Al Isar (Natya-class)
- Sharaba (Type 148-class)
- Ibn El Hadrami (Polocny-class)
- 2 Osa-class PC

Nothing was really there as a target and the country sided with the Franco-Belgian union as early as possible. The regime is facing insurgency from desert people but it remains stable. A Franco-Belgian air unit is stationed at the capital city.
BURKINA-FASO
Burkina Faso Forces (3200 troops+14000 militia)
- 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Infantry Regiments
Manpower: 450
Assets: 4 120mm mortars, 3 EE-9 Cascavel
- Airborne Regiment
Manpower: 500
- 3rd, 6th Tank Battalion
Manpower: 200
Assets: 7 AML-90, 10 M3 APC
- Artillery Battalion
Manpower: 350
Assets: 8 Light Gun, 7 M167 PIVAD
- 1st through 7th Mobile Gendarmerie Company
Manpower: 150
Assets: 2 Ferret
- 100 militia company
Manpower : 140

The north is in open rebellion, but the south remain under state control with its oil production area. Franco-belgian troops have been moved here from the now devastated Ivory Coast.
CAMEROON
President and Commander-in-Chief: Paul Biya
Prime Minister: Peter Mafany Musonge
Minister of State, Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defence: Amadou Ali
Minister of State in charge of External Relations: Augustin Kontchou Kouemeg
Secretary of State for Defence in charge of Gendarmerie: Remy Ze Meka

Field Army (HQ Yaounde/4950 troops)
- Presidential Guard
Manpower : 2300
Assets : 5 VBL, 29 V-150 Commando
- Airborne/commando battalion
Manpower : 350
- Artillery battalion
Manpower : 600
Assets : 6 M46 de 130, 10 105 FH, 10 BM-21.
- Engineer battalion
Manpower : 300
- Anti-aircraft battalion
Manpower : 550
Assets : 8 Type 63 AD, 11 GDF-35
- 1st to 4th Infantry battalions
Manpower : 650
Assets : 2 M8 Greyhound, 3 M3 Halftrack
- 1st to 8th Gendarmerie Company
Manpower : 200

Air Force (320 troops)
- COIN Squadron
Manpower: 130
Aircrafts: 5 MB-326, 4 Alpha Jet, 2 SA-342L
- Transport Squadron
Manpower: 190
Aircrafts: 2 Alouette III, 2 Super Puma, 2 Do-128, 2 C-130, 3 DHC-5

Navy
- Patrol Boat Squadron
Manpower: 90
Assets: 1 PR-48 Patrol Boat

A fairly stable country, it is the main oil provider to the Franco-Belgian union.
GABON
Gendarmerie
- 1st, 2nd and 3rd Brigade
Manpower: 500
Gabonese Army
- Presidential Guard
Manpower: 1800
Assets: 6 EE-3, 6 ERC-90, 10 EE-9, 15 EE-11, 3 105FH, 6 ZU-23.
- 1st through 8th Infantry Company
Manpower: 250
Assets: 2 VBL M-11, 3 AML-90, 3 V-150 Commando
- Airborne Commando Company
Manpower: 200
- Engineer Company
Manpower: 150
- Helicopter Squadron
Manpower: 150
Assets: 3 SA-342L, 2 AS-332B
Gabonese Air Force
- Combat Squadron
Manpower: 80
Assets: 5 Mirage F-1, 2 Alpha Jet
- Support Squadron
Manpower: 70
Assets: 2 Alouette III, 2 T-34C, 1 C-130H

While most African countries sided with the Franco-Belgian Union, Kenya allied itself with US. There are several US troops on its soil and a refinery is still in working order at Mombasa. Nevertheless, the eastern region are in turmoil.
KENYA
Major General Aboud Adalla Rafouf commanded the Army
Colonel SJ Mutungi was the Fleet Commander
Police
- General Service Unit
Manpower: 3100
Kenyan Army (4865 troops)
- 1st Armored Brigade
Manpower: 650
Assets: 46 Vickers Mk.1, 39 UR-416
- 1st Infantry Brigade
Manpower: 1600
Assets: 6 Ferret, 4 Shorland
- 2nd Infantry Brigade
Manpower: 1800
Assets: 6 Ferret, 4 Shorland
- Engineer Battalion
Manpower: 160
- Airborne Battalion
Manpower: 400
- Air Defense Battalion
Manpower: 85
Assets: 10 GDF-35
- Armored Cavalry Battalion
Manpower: 170
Assets: 22 AML-90
Kenyan Navy (1010 troops)
- Marine Company
Manpower: 120
- Surface Combatants
Manpower: 890
Assets: 1 Capana LST, 1 Province PG, 1 Fremantle PG, 2 Tempest PC, 2 PCF, 11 PBR
Air Force (290 troops)
- Fighter-Bomber Squadron
Manpower: 60
Aircrafts: 7 F-5E, 4 Hawk
- Light Attack Squadron
Manpower: 60
Aircrafts: 6 Tucano, 5 Bulldog
- Transport/Helicopter Squadron
Manpower: 170
Aircrafts: 3 DHC-5, 3 Do-128, 11 500MD

Another member of the Franco-Belgian Union, that country is allowing supply to go from Senegal to Burkina Faso.
MALI
Malian Forces (3200 troops)
- 3rd Independant Tank Battalion
Manpower: 220
Assets: 21 Type-63, 2 BRDM-2
- 5th Independent Tank Battalion
Manpower: 230
Assets: 18 T-55, 2 BM-21, 2 BRDM-2
- 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th Infantry Battalions
Manpower: 400
Assets: 2 BRDM-2, 10 BTR-152
- 4th Airborne Infantry Battalion
Manpower: 350
Assets: 2 Panhard VBL
- Special Forces Battalion
Manpower: 300
Assets: 5 Panhard VBL, 3 100mm AT
- 2nd Artillery Battalion
Manpower: 150
Assets: 4 D-30 Howitzer, 3 100mm AT.
- 1st and 2nd ADA Battery
Manpower: 100
Assets: 6 S-60 de 57
- River Patrol Group
Manpower: 150
Assets: 4 PBR

Except for the Casamance region this is the most stable of the African countries that joined with the Franco-Belgian union. The country also contain the most efficient harbour (in working order) on the entire continent.
SENEGAL
Forces Armées
- Presidential Guard
Manpower: 150 cavalry
- Engineer Battalion
Manpower: 350
- Airborne Battalion
Manpower: 250
- Commando Battalion
Manpower: 350
- 1st through 6th Infantry Battalion
Manpower: 400
- Armored Battalion
Manpower: 500
Assets: 19 AML-90, 20 M3 APC
- Artillery Battalion
Manpower: 400
Assets: 4 Bofors L/70, 4 155FH, 7 105FH
Gendarmerie
- 1st through 18th Company
Manpower: 150

A tiny country on the Gulf of Aden, it is the main Franco-Belgian base in western Africa. It is a small island of stability in an ocean of chaos.
DJIBOUTI
Forces Armées
- Tank Battalion:
Manpower: 750
Assets: 4 BRDM-2, 7 AML-90, 8 BTR-70
- Support Battalion
Manpower: 400
- Infantry Battalion
Manpower: 800
- Border Commando Battalion (Camel)
Manpower: 300
- Airborne Company
Manpower: 150
- Artillery Battery
Manpower: 80
Assets: 4 122FH, 4 Bofors L-40
- Gendarmery
Manpower: 600
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