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Old 01-08-2009, 02:42 AM
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I agree that politics is getting in too much and I have asked for several OOB to be put on line. Therefore, I'm starting it with whatever I have. Of course, this is in no way realistic as it fits my game (don't pay attention to the character's name they are the witnesses of my leasyness ). As a result, there are no more regular US troops left in Europe. However, it was a way to start as it was built up from all the materials that were edited under T2K or put forward by our group over time (within and prior to this forum). I'll also go to my archives in order to find what I collected. I hope this thread to be the first of many.. First is Milgov.

MILGOV:
General Allan Cunmings (Head of State)

DIA (Colonel Richard Stark, Major W. Anders)
- Barry Elliott (DIA, Russia)
- Jorge Segovia (DIA, Spain)
- Paul Gorich (DIA, Romania)
- Katherine Simeto (DIA, Italy)
- Catherine Podalla (DIA, Cuba)
- Mustafa Tarabya (DIA, Turkey)
- Ingmar Thorildson (DIA, Norway)
- Gustav Cryankowicz (DIA, Poland)
- Major Richard Rossi, Lt James Dooley (DIA, UK)
DoD (Department of Defence, Dr. Allie Kurtz)

New England Command (Southern New York, New Hampshire, and Maine+Massachusetts)
Cities: Boston, Albany, Concord, Hartford (Conn.), Lowell, Manchester, Portland, Schenectady, Springfield and Worcester.
1st US Army: (1000 men) – Boston, Mass. (Colonel Walter A. Matthews)
- 411th Engineer Brigade (800 Men)
- 10th Air Defense Brigade (600 Men, 3 Avenger, 8 M741)
- Massachusetts State Militia (2800 Men)
12th US Corps (500 men) - Springfield, Mass.
- 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment (100 Men, 2 M1A2)
- 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment (500 Men, 4 M1A2)
- 428th Field Artillery Brigade (300 Men, 6 105FH)
- 43rd Military Police Brigade (1400 Men)
- 78th Infantry Division (1000 Men, 1 M60A3)
- 5th Mechanized Division (6700 Men, 30 M1A2, 12 M60A3, 2 M728 CEV,
2 OH-58D, 1 UH-60A)
1st Coast Guard District (2000 men)
- USCG Edson DD-946 (Forrest Sherman)
- USCG Confidence WMEC-619 (Cutter)
- USCG Resolute WMEC-620 (Cutter)
- USCG Healy WAGB-20 (Icebreaker)
US Navy-TF61 - Boston, MA (Vice-Admiral Raymond R. Sartore)
- 29th Provisional Marine Regt (1000 men)
- 30th Provisional Marine Regt (1000 men)
- USS Shiloh CG-67 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Wasp LHD-1 (4 AV-8B, 3 CH-46D)
- USS Theodore Roosevelt CVN-71 (7 F/A-18C, 5 A-6E, 2 E-2C, 2 SH-60F)
- USS John Paul Jones DDG-53 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Kinkaid DD-965 (1 SH-60F/Spruance)
- USS Stump DD-978 (1 SH-60F/Spruance)
- USS Orleck DD-886 (Forrest Sherman)
- USS Downes FF-1070 (Knox)
- USS Miller FF-1091 (Knox)
- USS City of Corpus Christi SSN-705
- USS Whidbey Island LSD-41 (7 LCM)
- USS Schenectady LST-1185
- USS Tuscaloosa LST-1187
- USS Barbour County LST-1195
- T-AO-112 Ashtabula
- T-AO-79 Mispillion
- 8 PBR Mk.II
- VP-129 (4 P-3C)
USS America CV-66 (immobilized at Tromso, Norway)
USS Eisenhower CVN-69 (immobilized at Portsmouth, England).
MPS Fleet (Commander George Mc.Bride)
- T-AK 3001 William B. Baugh
- T-AK 3002 James Anderson
- T-AK 3004 Franklin J. Phillips
- T-AK 3009 Dewayne T. Williams
- T-AK 3011 1st LT Jack Lummus
- T-AK 3012 SGT William R. Burton

Lower Mississippi Command (Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, western Tennessee)
Cities: Dyersburg (Tenn.), Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Little Rock, Memphis (Tenn.),
Monroe, Natchez (Miss.), Oklahoma City, Pine Bluff, Vicksburg (Miss.)
5th US Army: (1500 men) - Memphis, TN (Colonel Simon Cowles)
- 220th Military Police Brigade (250 Men)
- 420th Engineer Brigade (400 Men)
- 194th Armored Brigade (1600 Men, 36 M1A2) - Cairo, IL
- 197th Infantry Brigade (1500 Men, 13 M1A2) - Memphis, TN
- 35th Air Defence Brigade (400 Men, 5 M741)
- Arkansas State Militia (1200 Men)
- Oklahoma State Militia (1000 Men)
90th US Corps (1000 men) - Fort Sill, OK
- 103rd Field Artillery Brigade (600 Men, 11 155FH)
- The School Brigade (1800 Men, 9 M60A3, 3 T-80)
- 95th Infantry Division (4000 Men, 3 M60A3) - Fort Sill, OK
1st US Air Force (Lt. Colonel Pete Fanning)
Tinker AFB, OK
- 448th Combat Security Group (500 Men)
388th Fighter Wing
- 4th TFS "Fighting Fuujin" (4 F-16C)
- 34th TFS "Rude Rams" (4 F-16C)
- 421st TFS "Black Widows" (3 F-16C)
- 466th TFS "Diamond backs" (3 F-16C)
57th Fighter Wing
- 17th TFS "Hooters" (3 F-15E)
- 64th TFS "Agressors" (5 F-5E)
- 66th TFS (6 A-10G)
- 422nd TES "Green Bats" (3 OA-37B, 2 OV-10D)
- 433rd TFS (4 F-22A, 6 F-15C)
314th Airlift Wing -
- 48th TAS (3 C-130H)
- 62nd TAS "Blue Barons" (3 C-130H)
- 154th ARS "Razorbacks" (2 KC-130F)

South Central Command (Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico)
Cities: Albuquerque, Colorado Springs, Denver, Pueblo, Wichita
FORCECOM Headquarters (2000 men) - Denver, CO
Strategic Reserve (Colorado)
- 100th Infantry Division (6000 men, 6 M60A3, 2 M1A2) - Fort Carson, CO.
- Cadet Brigade (900 men, 2 M60A3, 4 M1A2) - Fort Carson, CO
- 69th Air Defense Brigade (600 Men, 3 Avenger, 9 M741)
- 10th Special Force Group (300 men, Major Anthony Garth)
7th US Army (Colonel William Simms)
- 18th Engineer Brigade (100 Men)
- Colorado State Militia (700 Men)
- Kansas State Militia (1400 Men)
1st US Corps
- 113th Field Artillery Brigade (400 Men, 7 105FH)
- 151st Field Artillery Brigade (600 Men, 8 105FH)
- 278th Armored Cavalry Regiment (400 Men)
- 3rd Armored Division (5000 Men, 45 M1A2, 9 M60A3)
- 6th Infantry Division (2000 Men, 6 M60A3)
- 44th Armored Division (3000 Men, 6 M1A2, 12 M60A3)
122nd US Corps (500 men) - Fort Wingate, NM
- 479th Field Artillery Brigade (450 Men, 10 105FH)
- 85th Infantry Division (1000 Men, 1 M60A3) - Fort Wingate, NM
- 98th Infantry Division (3000 Men, 4 M60A3) - Albuquerque, NM
15th US Air Force (Major Sandra Orwelle)
Peterson AFB, CO
- 609th Combat Security Group (400 Men)
62nd Airlift Wing
- 7th TAS "Willing and Able" (3x C-17A)
- 8th TAS "Soaring Stallions" (2x C-17A)
- 116th ARS "Expo" (3 KC-135R)
552nd Support Wing
- 960th AACS Viking Warriors" (2 E-3B)
- 966th AACS "Ravens" (3 E-3B)
40th Fighter Wing - Lowry AFB, CO
- 120th TFS "Cougar" (7 F-16C)

California Command (Califonia, north-west Nevada)
Cities: Bakersfield, Eureka, Fresno, Las Vegas, Reno, Sacramento, Stockton
6th US Army (Colonel Bob Ross)
- Headquarters-Presidio of San Francisco, California (1500 men)
- 300th Military Police Brigade (400 Men)
- 412th Engineer Brigade (200 Men)
- 94th Air Defense Brigade (300 Men, 1 Avenger, 6 M741)
- California State Militia (1500 Men)
63rd US Corps: Fresno (1000 Men) -California
- 434th Field Artillery Brigade (300 Men, 7 105FH)
- 46th Infantry Division (2000 Men, 1 M728 CEV, 3 M60A3) - Fort Ord, CA
- 49th Military Police Brigade (700 Men, 1 M60A3)-Fort Hunter-Ligget, CA
- 40th Mechanized Division “The Sunshine Division” (3000 Men, 8 M728
CEV, 10 M60A3, 6 M1A2)-Bakersfield, CA
- 29th Infantry Division “Light) “Blue and Gray”(1000 Men)-Bakersfield, CA
- 221st Military Police Brigade (700 Men)-Visalia, CA
89th US Corps, Fort Ord (350 Men) California
- 147th Field Artillery BDE, 700 Men, 14 M119A1
- 30th Armored Brigade (1000 Men, 7 M60A3)
- 91st Infantry Division “Wild West” (1000 Men)-Camp Roberts, CA
- 177th Armored Brigade (900 Men, 4 M1A2, 2 M60A3)-Camp Roberts, CA
14th US Air Force (Major Thomas Cage)
Beale AFB, CA
- 900th Combat Security Group (1000 men)
9th Reconnaissance Wing
- 1st RS (3 U-2, 3 T-38A)
Nellis AFB, NV
- 899th Combat Security Group (600 men)
60th Air Mobility Wing
- 6th ARS "Vis Extensa" (100 men, 2 KC-10A)
- 22nd TAS (200 men, 6 C-5B, 2 C-17A)
144th Fighter Wing (CANG)
- 194th TFS "Griffins" (110 men, 4 F-16C, 1 C-12A)
412th Tactical Wing
- 79th ARS (3 KC-10A)
- 196th RS "Grizzly" (60 men, 1 SR-71)
- 419th FLTS "Dragon"s Liar" (130 men, 2 B-1B, 3 B-52H)
11th Coast Guard District (1350 men, Lieutnant Paula MacDonald)
- USCG Alert WMEC-630 (Cutter)
- USCG Orcas WPB-1327 (Patrol Craft)
- USCG Fir WLB-213 (Fishing Ship)
- USCG Cowslip WLB-277 (Fishing Ship)
- 2 PCF Mk.II

Pacific Northwest Command (southern Alaska, northern Idaho, Oregon, Washington)
9th US Army (1000 Men), WA (Lt General Julius Webb)
- 416th Engineer Brigade (500 Men)
- 108th Air Defense Brigade (500 Men, 6 Avengers)
- Oregon State Militia (1500 Men)
- Washington State Militia (1800 Men)
- 1st Special Force Group (700 men)
10th US Corps (150 Men) Ft. Richardson, AK)
- 227th Field Artillery Brigade (650 Men, 10 105FH)
- 10th Infantry Division (MTN), Ft Richardson (1500 Men, 6 105 FH)
- 1st Artic Brigade, Ft. Wainwright, AK (500 Men)
- 2nd Artic Brigade, Juneau, AK (450 Mens)
8th US Corps (1000 Men) Ft Lewis, WA
- 197th Field Artillery Brigade (1000 Men, 20 155FH)
- 47th Infantry Division, Ft Lewis, WA (6000 Men, 4 M741, 4 M728 CEV,
18 105FH)
- 104th Infantry Division, Mountain Home AFB ID (4500 Men, 1 M1A2, 2
M60A3, 2 M728 CEV, 9 M113)
- 41st Separate Infantry Brigade, Camp Withycomb, OR (3000 Men, 18
105FH)
- 1st Mechanized Division (5000 Men, 30 M1A2)
- 205th Infantry Regiment (600 men)
US Air Force (Captain Ashley Sherman)
Kingsley Field, OR
173rd Fighter Wing (ORNG)
- 114th TFS "Eager Beavers" (200 men, 7 F-15C).
13th Coast Guard District, WA (2300 men)
- USCG Mellon WMEC-717 (Cutter)
- USCG Midget WMEC-726 (Cutter)
- USCG Sea Lion WPB-87352 (Patrol Craft)
- USCG Terrapin WPB-87366 (Patrol Craft)
17th Coast Guard District, AK (700 men)
- USCG Steadfast WMEC-623 (Cutter)
- USC Cutty Hunk WPB-1344 (Patrol Craft)
US Navy-TF72 - Seattle, WA (Admiral Elliot MacIntyre)
- 1st Special Warfare Group (200 men, Commander Arnie Hatch)
- 31st Provisional Marine Regt (1150 men)
- 32nd Marine Regiment (Provisional) (900 men)
- 33rd Marine Regiment-(Provisional) (800 men)
- USS Antietam CG-57 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Nimitz CVN-68 (6 F/A-18C, 3 A-6E, 2 S-3E, 2 CH-46D)
- USS Arleigh Burke DDG-51 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Briscoe DD-977 (1 SH-60F/Spruance)
- USS O.H. Perry FFG-7 (1 SH-60F)
- USS McInerney FFG-8 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Nicholas FFG-47 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Knox FF-1052 (Knox)
- USS Baltimore SSN-704
- T-AO-143 Neosho
- T-AKR-9 Meteor
- 3 PCF Mk.II
- 16 PBR Mk.II
- VP-645 (3 P-3C)

US CENTCOM
3rd US Army (Located in Bushehr, General Samuel A. MacLean from USMC)
- 75th Ranger Regiment (900 men, Captain Molly Warren)
- 5th Special Forces Group (180 Men, Captain Harry Mikulis)
- 35th Signal Brigade (600 Men)
- 501st Military Intelligence Brigade (550 Men)
- 6th Military Police Brigade (600 Men)
- 18th Medical Command (1000 Men)
- 6th Air Defense Brigade (650 Men, 7 Avengers, 8 M741)
- 11th Air Defense Brigade (700 Men, 9 Avengers, 8 M741)
- 35th Air defense Brigade (600 Men) (20 Avengers, 8 M741)
- 20th Engineer Brigade (1000 Men, 16 M728 CEV)
- 18th Logistics Group (1000 Men)
- 14th Armored Cavalry Regiment (1000 Men, 18 M60A3, 10 AH-1Vs)
1st Amphibious Corps
- 1st Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group (1205 Men)
- 1st Marine Logistics Group (1050 Men)
- 1st Marine Division (3900 Men, 16 M1A2 12 155FH)
- 3rd Marine Division (4400 Men, 15 M1A2, 12 155FH)
- 24th Infantry Division (4000 Men, 18 M60A3, 6 155FH, 18 105FH)
XVIIIth Airborne Corps
- 18th Combat Aviation Brigade (900 Men, 8 UH-60A, 1 C-12A, 4 OH58D, 3 UH-1H, 5 CH-47D)
- 18th Field Artillery Brigade (1000 Men, 19 155FH)
- 16th Military Police Brigade (400 Men)
- 82nd Airborne Division (4000 Men, 12 M1A2, 24 105FH)
- 101st Air Assault Division (4600 Men, 3 AH-1J, 4 AH-64D, 14 UH-60A,
2 155FH, 26 105FH)
- 9th Infantry Division (4000 Men, 16 M60A3, 6 155FH, 18 105FH)
- 6th Air Cavalry Brigade (1100 Men, 6 OH-58D, 12 AH-64D, 8 CH-47D, 10
UH-60A)
US forces Kurdistan (Lt Colonel Kevin Lang)
- US Navy Battalion : 200 men.
- US Airforce Brigade : 600 men
- Supply Group : 800 men.
- 511th Abn Rgt : 700 men
- 90th Mtn Rgt : 600 men.
- 27th Lth Cav/Mot Rgt : 1,000 men, 6 M101A1.
- 28th Lth Cav/Mot Rgt : 1,000 men, 6 M101A1.
- 29th Lth Cav/Mot Rgt : 1,000 men, 6 M101A1.
9th US Air Force (Colonel Dean Fort)
- 619th Combat Security Group (800 Men)
1st Fighter Wing
- 27th TFS "Fightin" Eadles" (140 Men, 4 F-22A)
- 71st TFS "Ironmen" (160 Men, 5 F-15C)
- 94th TFS "Hat in the Ring" (140 Men, 5 F-22A)
4th Fighter Wing
- 333rd TFS "Lancers" (140 Men, 3 A-10G)
- 335th TFS "Chiefs" (155 Men, 4 F-15E)
- 336th TFS "Rocketeers" (160 Men, 4 A-10G)
19th Airlift Wing
- 357th TAS (180 Men, 7 C-130H)
- 756th TAS (170 Men, (5 C-17A)
- 81st TAS (150 Men, 4 C-130H)
- 32nd ARS (160 Men, 2 KC-10A, 4 KC-130H)
317th Support Wing
- 1721st Combat Control Sqn (45 Men, 4 Hughes 500MD)
- 915th Construction ENG Sqn (500 Men)
- 53rd Mobile Aerial Port Sqn (400 Men)
- 1st Aeromedical Evac Sqn (200 Men) (6 UH-60A, 4 CH-53D)
3rd Marine Aircraft Wing
- VMFA-121 (100 Men, 6 F/A-18C)
- HMH-466 (150 Men, 8 CH-53E)
- HMM-161 (130 Men, 8 CH-46D)
- HMLA-367 (200 Men, 8 AH-1W, 6 UH-1H)
- VMGR-325 (80 Men, 1 KC-130F, 2 MV-22B)
US Navy-TF76 (Vice-Admiral Marcus Strong)
- Fleet Hospital 3 (300 Men/ large hospital inside Bandar Abbas)
- 1st Naval Construction Regiment (500 Men)
- USS Salem CA-139
- USS Yorktown CG-48 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Essex LHD-2 (6 AV-8B, 8 CH-46D)
- USS George Philip FFG-12 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Estocin FFG-15 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Boone FFG-28 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Stephan W. Groves FFG-29 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Harpers Ferry LSD-49 (3 CH-46D, 5 LCM)
USS Independence CV-62 at Muscat (immobilized)
US Navy CVW-5
- HS-14 "Chargers" (100 Men, 4 CH-46D, 4 SH-3F, SH-60F)
- VRC-30 (40 Men, 3 C-2A)
- VAW-115 "Liberty Bell" (80 Men) (4 E-2C)
- VFA-102 "Diamondbacks" (120 Men) (7 F/A-18C)
- VFA-192 "Golden Dragon" (120 Men) (8 F/A-18C)
- VA-195 "Dambusters" (80 Men, 8 A-6E)
- VS-21 "Fighting Redtails" (80 Men, 4 S-3F)

US AFCOM
East African Regional Command (Kenya, Major Eric Margin)
- HQ Combined Joint Task Force (600 Men)
- 652nd Support Brigade (1800 Men)
- 173rd Airborne Brigade (1500 Men, 6 105FH)
- 10th Cavalry Regiment (880 Men, 8 M60A3)
- 228th Assault Helicopter Battalion (400 Men, 2 OV-10D, 2 500MD, 3 AH-1J,
4 UH-60A, 6 UH-1H)
US Navy Operating out of Mombasa (Lt Commander Michael Sacks)
- USS Moosbrugger DD-980 (Spruance)
- USS Meyerkord FF-1058 (1 SH-60F/Knox).
- USS Whirlwind PC-11 (Tempest PC).
- USS Patriot MCM-7 (Avenger MCM)
- USCG Jarvis WMEC-725 (Cutter)
- 5 PBR Mk-II.
- VP-69 (180 men, 4 P-3C Orions)

US PACCOM
8th US Army (Brigadier General Ramon G. Rodriguez)
- 17th Aviation Brigade (800 men, 5 OH-58D, 7 AH-1J, 1 UH-1H, 4 CH-47D)
- 8th Military Police Brigade (950 Men)
2nd US Amphibious Corps
- 45th Field Artillery Brigade (700 Men, 13 105FH)
- 209th Field Artillery Brigade (300 Men, 2 105FH)
- 4th Marine Division (1000 Men, 7 M60A3) Okinawa
- 5th Marine Division (4700 Men, 20 M60A3, 8 M110A2)
- 6th Marine Division (600 Men, 4 M60A3)
2nd US Corps
- 153rd Field Artillery Brigade (550 Men, 8 105FH)
- 169th Field Artillery Brigade (500 Men, 6 105FH)
- 196th Field Artillery Brigade (1300 Men, 18 MLRS, 15 M109A2, 11 155FH)
- 7th Infantry Division (3500 Men, 6 155FH, 18 105FH)
- 26th Infantry Division (5000 Men, 13 M1A2, 18 M60A3)
- 45th Infantry Division (2000 Men)
6th US Corps
- 115th Field Artillery Brigade (700 Men, 10 105FH)
- 631st Field Artillery Brigade (600 Men, 9 105FH)
- 2nd Infantry Division (8 M1A2, 4 M60A3, 6 155FH, 18 105FH)
- 25th Infantry Division (600 Men)
- 41st Infantry Division (2000 Men)
- 163rd Armored Cavalry Regiment (300 Men, 11 M48A5)
4th Marine Air Wing - Korea
- VMFA-228 (4 F/A-18C)
- VMFA-373 (5 F/A-18C)
- HMLA-289 (8 AH-1W, 3 UH-1H)
Guam Naval Supply Base (Commander Michael Clancy)
- 41st Provisional Marine Regiment
- USS Turner Joy DD-951 (Forrest Sherman)
- 2 PBR Mk-II
US Navy-TF73 (Okinawa, Commander Phil Kearney)
- VP-351 (2 P-3C)
- 42nd Provisional Marine Regiment
- 43rd Provisional Marine Regiment
- USS Des Moines CA-134
- USS Vincennes CG-49 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Bataan LHD-5 (2 AV-8B, 2 UH-60A, 7 CH-53D)
- USS Constellation CV-64 (8 F/A-18C, 6 A-6E, 2 SH-3F)
- USS Russel DDG-59 (1 SH-60F)
- USS M.H. Tisdale FFG-27 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Lang FFG-1060 (1 SH-60F/Knox)
- USS Fort McHenry LSD-43 (7 LCM-6)
- T-AO-426 Suribachi (Towada-class)
- 3 PBR Mk-II

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Second is Civgov.

CIVGOV:
President John Broward, Secretary of States Roger Caldwell, Secretary of Industry
Allan Brader, Secretary of Health Dr. Victor Fletcher, Secretary of Defence Lt.
General Thomas Forberg
Congress: Charles Franklin, Chester T. Constable, Jeremy P. Fitzpatrick, Casimir
Straczynski, Amanda Britt, Judith Livingston, John Brown, Academician John W. Wells, Father Joseph, Father John Allen O"Grady, Reverend Ulysses Trask
CIA (Director Gerald Thornton)
- Michael Garret (Ukraine)
- David Hudson (UK), Bruce Dickinson (Scotland)
DEA (Dr. Nathan Schnell)
Department of State
US Consul for the Middle East: Honorable William Eaton
American Foreign Legion (Major Thadious Rhodes)
- 1st Infantry Co (150 Men/Captain Thor Fridriksson)
- 1st Cavalry Squadron (80 Men/Captain Aron Brocz)
US Consul for Europe (France): Honorable Garrett S. Thayer
US Consul for Asia (Thailand): Honorable Carl Omsby

Military Region III (Governor Henry Rowe)
This is a fairly large enclave that includes much lands east of the Appalachian Range, going from eastern Georgia to Virginia. As such it inclues most of Virginia and both Carolinas (South and North). Outside of some military areas that had been nuked, the country count as organized.
Population: Having adequate doctors was nullified by having inadequate medicine and infrastructure. By 2000 Virginia"s population had dropped to just 2.2 million augmented by refugees from the North.
Industry: Agriculture is booming in Virginia in comparison to elsewhere nationwide. Lack of power in the middle populated areas has fostered an mutual agreement with the power rich state of North Carolina in exchange for crops and live stock. Power provided to the Richmond and Lynchburg areas are for repair manufacturing, the manufacture of manual textile looms and the growing lumber mills. Limited telecommunications as well as limited use of wireless during power provided periods are common for management in populated areas. A limited bandwidth internet is in place to maintain infrastructure and alert law enforcement.
Cities: Augusta (GA), Columbia, Durham, Greensboro, Greenville, Harrisburg (Pen.),
Lynchburg, Raleigh, Richmond, Roanoke, Savannah (GA)
Federal Forces: (Lt. General Stephen Selkirik)
- 129th Infantry Brigade (1500 troops, 7 M60A3, 3 M728 CEV)
- 36th Mechanized Division (5000 troops, 25 M60A3, 10 M1A2)
- 80th Infantry Division (3000 troops).
- 108th Infantry Division (5000 troops, 4 M728 CEV)
- 30th Combat Engineer Brigade (2000 troops, 6 M728 CEV)
- 3rd Special Force Group (370 men, Captain Mary Deckart)
- Delta Force (120 men, 1st Lt Steve Mitchell)
Non-Federal State assets:
- Virginia Defense Force (2500 troops, at Richmond)
- South Carolina Defence Force (1200 troops)
- North Carolian Defence Force (1700 troops)
- State Police (1400 men)
CivGov Air Force (Colonel Jim Barksdale)
Shaw AFB
- 434th Base Protection Wing (500 men)
20th Fighter Wing
- 55th TFS "Flying Fifty Five" (4 F-15C)
- 77th TFS "Gamblers" (60 men, 5 F-15C)
- 406th TSW (250 Men, 8 OH-58D, 4 AH-64D, 9 UH-60A)
5th Coast Guard District, Savannah, GA (2400 men)
- USCG Achusnet WMEC-167 (Cutter)
- USCG Baranof WBP-1318 (Patrol Craft)
US 11th Flotilla, Savannah, GA (Admiral Julius Everett)
- USS Normandy CG-60 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Cape St. George CG-71 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Bonhomme Richard LHD-6 (12 AV-8B, 10 AH-1W, 7 CH-46D)
- USS Ramage DDG-61 (1 SH-60F)
- USS Donald Cook DDG-75 (1 SH-60F)
- USS O"Bannon DD-987 (1 SH-60F/Spruance)
- USS McClusky FFG-41
- USS Reuben James FFG-57
- USS Dextrose MCM-13 (Avenger)
- USS Cavalla SSN-686
- USS Bremerton SSN-698
- USS Squall PC-7 (Tempest PC)
- USS Zephyr PC-8 (Tempest PC)
- USS Tornado PC-14 (Tempest PC)
- VP-9 (9 P-3C)
- VFA-76 (100 men, 14 F/A-18C)
- VA-204 (50 men4 A-6E, 2 S-3B)
- HMM-28 (50 Men, 6 AH-1W, 6 CH-46D)

Military Region IV (Governor Steven Britt)
This a region that laks a true cohesion and Civgov controls it only partially for the most parts. It secured only most of Ohio and Wisconsin with northern Illinois and eastern Pennsylvania to Harrisburg. Howerver, Civgov only managed to retain a small strip of land in Indiana, barely enough to maintain communication. The Amish represent a great asset to the region and they are protected by the government.
Federal Forces: (Lt General Edward Carabello)
- 42nd Mechanized Division (3000 troops, 6 M60A3)
- 76th Infantry Division (1000 troops)
- 84th Infantry Division (3500 troops, Wisconsin)
- 66th Infantry Brigade (650 troops, Illionois)
- 28th Infantry Division (1000 troops, 4 M60A3, Harrisburg, Pen.)
- 38th Infantry Division (5600 troops, 25 M60A3, Ft. Wayne, Ind.)
- 228th Infantry Brigade (1000 troops, Ohio)
- 184th Infantry Brigade (1800 troops, 10 M1A2, 9 M60A3)
Non-Federal State assets:
- Wisconsin Defense Force (1100 troops)
- Ohio Defence Force (1300 troops)
- State Police (650 men)
Civgov Air Force (Chief Warrant Officer Elelna Chavez)
Truax Field
115th Fighter Wing
- 176th TFS "Badgers" (3 F-16C, 1 C-12A)
9th Coast Guard District, Cleveland, OH (1200 men)
- USCG Chandeleur WBP-1319 (Patrol Craft)

Military Region V (Governor Felix Morris)
This is the main Civgov region and the troops here retain control most of the land in the five Great Plains States (Dakotas, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska)
Federal Forces (Major General Alex Falkenberg)
HQ Units: Omaha, Nebraska
- 530th Military Police Battalion: 400 troops
- 809th Quartermaster Battalion: 150 troops.
- 89th Ordnance Battalion: 150 troops.
- 89th Transportation Battalion: 150 troops
- 424th Maintenance Co: 150 troops.
- 331st Medical Group: 150 troops
- 806th Chemical Detachment: 150 troops
- 7th Special Force Group (250 men, 1st Lt. Rebecca Pierce)
Combat Units
- 644th Area Support Group (1200 troops, Minnesota)
- 134th Infantry Regiment (600 troops, eastern Nebraska)
- 4th Mechanized Division (1000 troops, 18 M1A2)
- 141st Infantry Brigade (1200 troops, 6 M60A3, Central Plains)
- 35th Combat Engineer Brigade (1200 troops, 6 M728 CEV)
- B Battery, 3/49th Artillery Regiment (100 troops, 2 M109A2)
- 177th Military Police Brigade (250 Men)
- 147th Field Artillery Brigade (400 Men, 6 105FH)
- Presidential Protection (300 men, Captain Randall “Ruddy” Richardson)
Non-Federal State assets:
- Minnesota Defense Force (1900 troops)
- South Dakota Defence Force (1500 troops)
- North Dakota Defence Force (1300 troops)
- State Police (800 men)
CivGov Air Force (Captain Ron Matsuda)
Ellsworth AFB
28th Bomber Wing
- 34th BS "Thunderbirds" (1 KC-135R, 1 E-3B, 1 B-1B, 3 B-52H)
148th Fighter Wing
- 179th TFS "Bulldog" (6 F-16C)
133rd Airlift Wing
- 109th TAS (2 C-130H)

SOUTHCOM Panama
Headquarters & Headquarters Company (Brigadier General Arthur Abernathy)
- Command & Control (60 men, 2 OH-58D, 1 CH-46D)
- 720th Military Police Company (20 men)
- 1st Marine Company (Security) (250 men)
- Alpha Company (100 men, 10 UH-60A)
- Bravo Company (70 men, 4 CH-47D)
- Small Craft Company (250 men, 18 Riverine Assault Craft)
- U.S. Army Air Ambulance Detachment (50 men, 4 UH-1H)
2nd US Naval Special Warfare Group (Commander David Hollis)
- Support (25 men)
- SEAL Platoons (80 men/Captain Bob J. Socali)
- SBU-26 (200 men, 2 PCF Mk.II, 6 PBR Mk.II)
- 5th Helsuppspecron (100 men, 3 MH-60G, USS Firebold PC-10 (Tempest PC)
Combat Units (Major Anthony Gianelli)
- 193rd Infantry Brigade (2300 men, 6 M60A3) - Fort Amador, Panama
- 470th Military Intelligence Brigade (2300 men, 1 OV-10D, 2 MH-60G)
- Jungle Operations Training Brigade (800 men)
- 106th Signal Brigade (400 men)
- 7th Special Force Group (300 men)
- 228th Aviation Regiment (1000 men, 2 2 500MD, 2 AH-1F, 2 CH-47D, 3 MH-60G,
33 UH-60A)
- 536th Combat Engineer Battalion (500 men)
USAF (1st Lt. Willy Barns)
- 16th Special Operations Wing (250 men, 2 AC-130H, 2 MH-53J, 2 HH-60J)
- 310th TAS (100 men, 1 C-12A, 3 C-130H)
- Coronet-Nighthawk (200 men, 4 F-16C)
- Coronet-Oak (200 men, 1 C-17A)
CMAP (CIA/DEA, Dr. Matteo Rodriguez)
- Investigation Unit (100 men, 1 UH-1H, 2 C-17A, 3 MH-60G)
US 10th Flotilla, Panama (Lt. Commander Carol Christiansen)
- USS C.F. Adams DDG-2
- USS O"Brien DD-697 (Spruance)
- USS Roark FF-1053 (1 SH-60F/Knox)
- USS Birmingham SSN-695

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HAWAII:
ARMY (Colonel Rick Goodman)
- 103rd Troop Command (100 men, 2 OH-58D, 1 UH-60A, 1 CH-47D)
- 29th Infantry Bde (HI NG) (4000 men, 8 M60A3) - Honolulu, HI
- 298th Infantry Regiment (600 men).
NAVY (Lt. Commander Jeffery Steammer Lane)
14th Coast Guard District (1200 men)
- 1st Marine Raider Company - "Sea Dragons" (160 men, Captain Amanda Garrett)
- 35th Provisional Marine Regt (500 men, Captain Stonewall Quillain)
- USS DuPont DD-941 (Forrest Sherman)
- USCG Chase WMEC-718 (Cutter)
- USS Fresno LST-1182
- 3 PCF Mk.II
- 3 PBR Mk.II
- Seawolf Air Group: 50 men, 4 SH-60B
- 1st Seafighter Squadron : 90 men, 3 Hovercrafts
AIR GROUP (Lt. Commander Richard "Cobra" Richardson)
- 24th HS: 120 men, 8 UH-60A
- 65th TAS: 150 men, 1 C-17A, 2 Boeing 737.
- 199th TFS “Kukaimoku”: 70 men, 1 F-22A, 2 F-15C, 1 KC-135R.

UTAH
The state of UTAH, much like Texas, declared independence and it has become a religious dictatoship (by the mormon chuch) under Governor Walter Hickman.
Utah National Guard (Brigadier General Hamilton Kirby)
- 97th Troop Command (250)
- 19th Special Force Group (150)
- 115th Combat Engineer Group (1200)
- 640th Infantry Regiment (1500, 14 M113)
- 211th Aviation Group (750, 11 AH-64, 7 UH-60, C-12A)
- Artillery Corps (300, 2 M113, 2 M109A2, 3 155FH, 7 5-ton truck)
Utah National Guard Airfoce (Chief Warrant Officer Doug Spears)
- 191st TFS "Salty Guard": 80 men, 2 F-16C, 1 A-10G, 1 C-130H, 1 KC-135R


TEXAS
President William R. Kingsly (Texas Bill), Secretary of States Thomas J. Kingsly
Texas Rangers (1000 men), Fred C. Colton

TEXAS ARMY (General Alfred A. Gaspard)
- 29th Infantry Division (Light) (2500 men, 3 M60A3)
- 31st Armored Brigade (500 men, 2 M60A3)
- 49th Armored Division (3000 men, 9 M1A2, 14 M60A3)
- 136th Infantry Regiment (1450 men)
- 149th Aviation Battalion (650 men, 9 CH-47D)
TEXAS MILITIAS
- Jim Hogg Irregulars (1400 men/Calvin C. Markham)
- Texian Legion (1600 men/Jeff Ortega)
- South Texas Grange (1100 men/William Kingsly Jr.)
TEXAS AIR FORCE Goodfellow AFB (Captain William H Martens)
- 86th FTS "Rio Lobos" (3 T-34C, 3 T-38A, 2 OV-10D)
- 88th FTS "Lucky Devils" (2 T-34C, 3 OA-37B, 3 T-38A)
- 361st FTS "Power Behind the Force" (2 F-15C, 5 F-16C, 5 A-10G)


C.S.S. (Confederate Sovereign States)
The C.S.S. was formed from communites in five states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee) and it controls most of the land in these states except for Florida and Tennesse.
Cities: Biloxi, Brimingham, Chattanooga, Columbus, Gadsden, Huntsville, Jackson,
Jacksonville, Macon, Montgomery, Pensacola, Tuscaloosa.
President Willian R. Lee, Vice-President Bob Stonewall
NSC (National Security Council, John J. Dunnbar)

C.S.S. Militias (Colonel White)
- Mississippi Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Jackson, Mississippi
- Tennessee Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Florida Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Jacksonville, Florida: 40.000 people
CSS REGULAR ARMY (Colonel Howard Masterson)
Georgia Military Units (Georgia Volunteers, Captain John Clifford)
- 3rd Provisional Battalion (500 men, 2 M60A3, 2 155FH)-Macon, Georgia
- 4th Provisional Battalion (500 men, 2 105FH)-Columbus, Georgia
- 122nd Infantry Regiment (1300 men, 1 ZSU-30-4)
Alabama Military Units (Major Brad Ollinger)
- 59th Brigade HQ (150 men)
- 832nd Infantry Battalion (400 men, 2 M48A5, 2 Avengers, 1 Gepard SPAA)
- 20th Special Force Group (100 men)
- 787th Military Police Battalion (500 men)
- 1st Provisional Battalion (800 men)-Alabama Volunteers, Huntsville
- 2nd Provisional Battalion (800 men)-Alabama Volunteers
- 159th Provisional Marine Rifle Company (60 men)
- 259th Provisional Avenger Company (50 men, 4 Avengers)
- 359th Provisional Mounted Reconnaissance Company (80 cavalry)
Mississippi Military Units (Captain Howard Kirtchner)
- 155th Armored Brigade (2400 men, 18 M1A2, 2 M109A2)
- 154th Infantry Regiment (900 men)
- 112th Military Police Battalion (400 men)
- 168th Engineer Group (500 men)
- 159th Aviation Regiment (180 men, 5 OH-58D, 6 UH-60A)
CSS AIR FORCES (Major Charles F. Kane)
Maxwell AFB, AL
187th Fighter Wing
- 160th TFS "Snakes" (5 F-16C)
908th Airlift Wing
- 41st RQS (100 men, 3 OH-58D, 9 UH-60A)
- 357th TAS (30 men, 1 C-130H, 2 C-2A)
Moody AFB, GA
23rd Wing
- 12th ACCS (1 E-3B, 2 P-3C)
- 74th TFS "Flying Tigers" (2 F/A-18C, 2 A-10G)
- 75th TFS "Tiger Sharks" (50 men, 3 OV-10D)
Jacksonville Field
125th Fighter Wing
- 159th TFS "Jaguars" (1 C-130H, 1 F-22A, 3 F-15C)
CSS DEEP WATER NAVY (Admiral Franklin Blanton)
2nd Coast Guard District, Biloxi, MI (800 men)
- CSS Barry DD-933 (Forrest Sherman)
- CSS Dallas WMEC-716 (Cutter)
- CSS Gladiator MCM-11 (Avenger)
- CSS Kingfisher WPB-87322 (Patrol Craft)
- CSS Shrike WPB-87342 (Patrol Craft)
- 4 PCF Mk-II.
- 10 PBR Mk-II
- 11 LCM


NEW YORK CITY (Armies of the Night)
New York area was hit of course but Manhattan 120.000), Brooklyn (108.000), the Bronx (100.000) and the Queens (150.000) were spared. Now, they have to face several gangs but the city still houses 482.000 inhabitants that formed an independent communty, farming central park and trading with the UBF. Another important location is Roosevelt Island (4000) which houses some working medical facilities.
Mayor Hannibal T. Dobbs, Quick Sam (Salvage), Roger Hollingsly (Health),
- Metropolitan Police (2200, Carol Wells)
- Roosevelt Island Militia (800, David Cole)
- New York Militia (5800, Colonel Randolph Phillips)
Major Gangs
- The Hizzoner (800), led by the Mayor
- The Duke"s (950), led by the Duke of New York
- The Harbor Rats (950), pirates led by Manuel Diego Huerra


RHODES ISLAND:
In the hands of United Brotherhood of Fishers (UBF), an organization sympathetic to CivGov. The region is independent and includes the Cape Cod Area (Mass.) with four major cities: Providence, Newport, New London (Conn.) and New Bedford (Mass.).
Characters: John Carlucci, Guido Mancini, Carl Rigetti
- UBF Marines (Captain Thomas R. Holmes)
Manpower: 1600


ALLEGHENY FREE STATES:
The rural region of the Allegheny mountains have formed into a independent region of its own and counts as insular. It is protected by several militias that are under control from the various members of the Allegheny Warlords Council (Kenneth Jurgens, Allison Sanders, Martin F. Bradley, Everett M. Johnston, Richard Cameron)
Allegheny Militias
- Jurgen"s Ridgerunners (850)
- Bradley"s Irregulars (750)
- Washington Militia (650)
- Laurel Higlanders (400)
- Alli"s Rangers (400)


NEW AMERICA:
See Urban Guerilla
New America manpower is about 117.000 but only a few cells are organized; most groups are scattered, isolated sympethizers.

Tampa Enclave
This is a part of Florida under control by New America. It has its capital city at Orlando but it controls also Clearwater, Ocala, and St. Petersburg. Tampa itself was subjected to a nuclear strike and is deserted.

Snake River Enclave
This is a major stronghold that covers most of Idaho as well as north-eastern Oregon.
Mary Williams (NA34)
Colonel Cyrus James (NA31)

Ozarks Mountains Enclave
This state is far from being controlled but it includes a vast cell that controls most of the Ozarks Range in southern Missouri and north-western Arkansas.
Cities: Fayetteville, Joplin, Rolla and Springfield
Bradley Dinton (NA 35)
James A. Goodman (NA31)
Doctor John R Carlin (NA25)

Column 15, new American Army (Ozarks Mountain,)
- Security Force 5 (850)
- Liberation Force 4 (1400)
- beration Force 8 (650)

Lobster Coast Enclave
They control an area that includes northern Maine and south-western New Brunswick.
Cities: Augusta, Bangor, Fredericton (NB), Saint John (NB) and Waterville.
William S. Gunther (NA32)
Charles Gunn (NA30)

Column 25, New American Army (Maine)
- Security Force 6 (350) (Wiscasset, Maine)
- Liberation Force 1 (500) (Currently occupying Bangor)
- Liberation Force 2 (250) (Ellsworth, Maine, and Orono, Maine)
- Liberation Force 3 (200) (St. Stephen, NB. raiding force)

Squadron 8, New American Navy (Maine)
Manpower: 500
Assets: 1 armed harbour tug, 1 PCF Mk-II, 7 PBR Mk-II.

Mid Atlantic States Cells
Scattered and ineffective, they are located in the Mount Allegheny (West Virginia and eastern Pennsylvania) and in the northern part of New York

Great Lakes States Cells
The only significant cell is located in the northern Michigan Peninsula.

SIOUX NATION
This nation regroup the survivors from the great plain"s native tribes and took the name of the most numerous among them. They have established a small state of their own over northern Wyoming and south-eastern Montana. They have their capital at Buffalo but numerous nomadic tribes are in the neighbouring states (Dakotas and Nebraska).

SEMINOLE"s NATION
The Seminole"s tribe is rising again (also most members are less than a ¼ Seminole) and they assume power over the swamp area that surrounds Miami. They have their capital at Fort Myers. Miami and the east coast is in anarchy.

NAVAJO"s NATION
Probably one of the most powerful native nation even after the twilight war, second only to the Cherokees, they established a fairly large state above northern Arizona and northern New Mexico. They run several small cities with their capital at Farmington. They includes the Hopi, an entirely different tribe.

IROQUOIS" NATION
A fairly small nation composed of the five civilized tribes (Cayuga, Mohawk, Onandega, Oneida and Seneca), it retains several communities in southern Quebec and south of Lake Ontario. However, they are more or less isolated from one another.

CHEROKEE"s NATION
With the actual chaos, the Cherokee have formed a nation again and they control much of west Louisiana with their capital at Natchitoches. Moreover, they have several communities scattered among the C.S.S. (Alabama and Mississippi)
Red Runner (Kidnapped)
Geronimo

ALGONQUIAN"s NATION
A mix of several native tribes, it hasn"t formed a true nation, however, but it retains several nomadic and sedentary tribes in the Pacific Northwest (Both in U.S. and in Canada) as well as in the Great Lakes area.


THE FBI IN THE YEAR 2000
Attorney General Michael Wilson, Director Anthony Gonzalez, Director Cavelli

Field Offices
Provisional FBI Headquarters, Denver: (340 personnel) The Denver office currently serves as provisional Bureau headquarters as well as the center for operations in the mountain states.
Cheyenne Branch Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily tasked with investigative duties, trying to uncover information concerning New America activities in the Wyoming-Montana-Idaho area.
Colorado Springs Office: (50 personnel) Concerned with counter-intelligence within the MilGov capital.
Columbus Field Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily tasked with operating against New America enclaves in Florida.
Harrisburg Field OfficThird is the rest.

HAWAII:
ARMY (Colonel Rick Goodman)
- 103rd Troop Command (100 men, 2 OH-58D, 1 UH-60A, 1 CH-47D)
- 29th Infantry Bde (HI NG) (4000 men, 8 M60A3) - Honolulu, HI
- 298th Infantry Regiment (600 men).
NAVY (Lt. Commander Jeffery Steammer Lane)Third is the rest.

HAWAII:
ARMY (Colonel Rick Goodman)
- 103rd Troop Command (100 men, 2 OH-58D, 1 UH-60A, 1 CH-47D)
- 29th Infantry Bde (HI NG) (4000 men, 8 M60A3) - Honolulu, HI
- 298th Infantry Regiment (600 men).
NAVY (Lt. Commander Jeffery Steammer Lane)
14th Coast Guard District (1200 men)
- 1st Marine Raider Company - "Sea Dragons" (160 men, Captain Amanda Garrett)
- 35th Provisional Marine Regt (500 men, Captain Stonewall Quillain)
- USS DuPont DD-941 (Forrest Sherman)
- USCG Chase WMEC-718 (Cutter)
- USS Fresno LST-1182
- 3 PCF Mk.II
- 3 PBR Mk.II
- Seawolf Air Group: 50 men, 4 SH-60B
- 1st Seafighter Squadron : 90 men, 3 Hovercrafts
AIR GROUP (Lt. Commander Richard "Cobra" Richardson)
- 24th HS: 120 men, 8 UH-60A
- 65th TAS: 150 men, 1 C-17A, 2 Boeing 737.
- 199th TFS “Kukaimoku”: 70 men, 1 F-22A, 2 F-15C, 1 KC-135R.

UTAH
The state of UTAH, much like Texas, declared independence and it has become a religious dictatoship (by the mormon chuch) under Governor Walter Hickman.
Utah National Guard (Brigadier General Hamilton Kirby)
- 97th Troop Command (250)
- 19th Special Force Group (150)
- 115th Combat Engineer Group (1200)
- 640th Infantry Regiment (1500, 14 M113)
- 211th Aviation Group (750, 11 AH-64, 7 UH-60, C-12A)
- Artillery Corps (300, 2 M113, 2 M109A2, 3 155FH, 7 5-ton truck)
Utah National Guard Airfoce (Chief Warrant Officer Doug Spears)
- 191st TFS "Salty Guard": 80 men, 2 F-16C, 1 A-10G, 1 C-130H, 1 KC-135R


TEXAS
President William R. Kingsly (Texas Bill), Secretary of States Thomas J. Kingsly
Texas Rangers (1000 men), Fred C. Colton

TEXAS ARMY (General Alfred A. Gaspard)
- 29th Infantry Division (Light) (2500 men, 3 M60A3)
- 31st Armored Brigade (500 men, 2 M60A3)
- 49th Armored Division (3000 men, 9 M1A2, 14 M60A3)
- 136th Infantry Regiment (1450 men)
- 149th Aviation Battalion (650 men, 9 CH-47D)
TEXAS MILITIAS
- Jim Hogg Irregulars (1400 men/Calvin C. Markham)
- Texian Legion (1600 men/Jeff Ortega)
- South Texas Grange (1100 men/William Kingsly Jr.)
TEXAS AIR FORCE Goodfellow AFB (Captain William H Martens)
- 86th FTS "Rio Lobos" (3 T-34C, 3 T-38A, 2 OV-10D)
- 88th FTS "Lucky Devils" (2 T-34C, 3 OA-37B, 3 T-38A)
- 361st FTS "Power Behind the Force" (2 F-15C, 5 F-16C, 5 A-10G)


C.S.S. (Confederate Sovereign States)
The C.S.S. was formed from communites in five states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee) and it controls most of the land in these states except for Florida and Tennesse.
Cities: Biloxi, Brimingham, Chattanooga, Columbus, Gadsden, Huntsville, Jackson,
Jacksonville, Macon, Montgomery, Pensacola, Tuscaloosa.
President Willian R. Lee, Vice-President Bob Stonewall
NSC (National Security Council, John J. Dunnbar)

C.S.S. Militias (Colonel White)
- Mississippi Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Jackson, Mississippi
- Tennessee Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Florida Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Jacksonville, Florida: 40.000 people
CSS REGULAR ARMY (Colonel Howard Masterson)
Georgia Military Units (Georgia Volunteers, Captain John Clifford)
- 3rd Provisional Battalion (500 men, 2 M60A3, 2 155FH)-Macon, Georgia
- 4th Provisional Battalion (500 men, 2 105FH)-Columbus, Georgia
- 122nd Infantry Regiment (1300 men, 1 ZSU-30-4)
Alabama Military Units (Major Brad Ollinger)
- 59th Brigade HQ (150 men)
- 832nd Infantry Battalion (400 men, 2 M48A5, 2 Avengers, 1 Gepard SPAA)
- 20th Special Force Group (100 men)
- 787th Military Police Battalion (500 men)
- 1st Provisional Battalion (800 men)-Alabama Volunteers, Huntsville
- 2nd Provisional Battalion (800 men)-Alabama Volunteers
- 159th Provisional Marine Rifle Company (60 men)
- 259th Provisional Avenger Company (50 men, 4 Avengers)
- 359th Provisional Mounted Reconnaissance Company (80 cavalry)
Mississippi Military Units (Captain Howard Kirtchner)
- 155th Armored Brigade (2400 men, 18 M1A2, 2 M109A2)
- 154th Infantry Regiment (900 men)
- 112th Military Police Battalion (400 men)
- 168th Engineer Group (500 men)
- 159th Aviation Regiment (180 men, 5 OH-58D, 6 UH-60A)
CSS AIR FORCES (Major Charles F. Kane)
Maxwell AFB, AL
187th Fighter Wing
- 160th TFS "Snakes" (5 F-16C)
908th Airlift Wing
- 41st RQS (100 men, 3 OH-58D, 9 UH-60A)
- 357th TAS (30 men, 1 C-130H, 2 C-2A)
Moody AFB, GA
23rd Wing
- 12th ACCS (1 E-3B, 2 P-3C)
- 74th TFS "Flying Tigers" (2 F/A-18C, 2 A-10G)
- 75th TFS "Tiger Sharks" (50 men, 3 OV-10D)
Jacksonville Field
125th Fighter Wing
- 159th TFS "Jaguars" (1 C-130H, 1 F-22A, 3 F-15C)
CSS DEEP WATER NAVY (Admiral Franklin Blanton)
2nd Coast Guard District, Biloxi, MI (800 men)
- CSS Barry DD-933 (Forrest Sherman)
- CSS Dallas WMEC-716 (Cutter)
- CSS Gladiator MCM-11 (Avenger)
- CSS Kingfisher WPB-87322 (Patrol Craft)
- CSS Shrike WPB-87342 (Patrol Craft)
- 4 PCF Mk-II.
- 10 PBR Mk-II
- 11 LCM


NEW YORK CITY (Armies of the Night)
New York area was hit of course but Manhattan 120.000), Brooklyn (108.000), the Bronx (100.000) and the Queens (150.000) were spared. Now, they have to face several gangs but the city still houses 482.000 inhabitants that formed an independent communty, farming central park and trading with the UBF. Another important location is Roosevelt Island (4000) which houses some working medical facilities.
Mayor Hannibal T. Dobbs, Quick Sam (Salvage), Roger Hollingsly (Health),
- Metropolitan Police (2200, Carol Wells)
- Roosevelt Island Militia (800, David Cole)
- New York Militia (5800, Colonel Randolph Phillips)
Major Gangs
- The Hizzoner (800), led by the Mayor
- The Duke"s (950), led by the Duke of New York
- The Harbor Rats (950), pirates led by Manuel Diego Huerra


RHODES ISLAND:
In the hands of United Brotherhood of Fishers (UBF), an organization sympathetic to CivGov. The region is independent and includes the Cape Cod Area (Mass.) with four major cities: Providence, Newport, New London (Conn.) and New Bedford (Mass.).
Characters: John Carlucci, Guido Mancini, Carl Rigetti
- UBF Marines (Captain Thomas R. Holmes)
Manpower: 1600


ALLEGHENY FREE STATES:
The rural region of the Allegheny mountains have formed into a independent region of its own and counts as insular. It is protected by several militias that are under control from the various members of the Allegheny Warlords Council (Kenneth Jurgens, Allison Sanders, Martin F. Bradley, Everett M. Johnston, Richard Cameron)
Allegheny Militias
- Jurgen"s Ridgerunners (850)
- Bradley"s Irregulars (750)
- Washington Militia (650)
- Laurel Higlanders (400)
- Alli"s Rangers (400)


NEW AMERICA:
See Urban Guerilla
New America manpower is about 117.000 but only a few cells are organized; most groups are scattered, isolated sympethizers.

Tampa Enclave
This is a part of Florida under control by New America. It has its capital city at Orlando but it controls also Clearwater, Ocala, and St. Petersburg. Tampa itself was subjected to a nuclear strike and is deserted.

Snake River Enclave
This is a major stronghold that covers most of Idaho as well as north-eastern Oregon.
Mary Williams (NA34)
Colonel Cyrus James (NA31)

Ozarks Mountains Enclave
This state is far from being controlled but it includes a vast cell that controls most of the Ozarks Range in southern Missouri and north-western Arkansas.
Cities: Fayetteville, Joplin, Rolla and Springfield
Bradley Dinton (NA 35)
James A. Goodman (NA31)
Doctor John R Carlin (NA25)

Column 15, new American Army (Ozarks Mountain,)
- Security Force 5 (850)
- Liberation Force 4 (1400)
- beration Force 8 (650)

Lobster Coast Enclave
They control an area that includes northern Maine and south-western New Brunswick.
Cities: Augusta, Bangor, Fredericton (NB), Saint John (NB) and Waterville.
William S. Gunther (NA32)
Charles Gunn (NA30)

Column 25, New American Army (Maine)
- Security Force 6 (350) (Wiscasset, Maine)
- Liberation Force 1 (500) (Currently occupying Bangor)
- Liberation Force 2 (250) (Ellsworth, Maine, and Orono, Maine)
- Liberation Force 3 (200) (St. Stephen, NB. raiding force)

Squadron 8, New American Navy (Maine)
Manpower: 500
Assets: 1 armed harbour tug, 1 PCF Mk-II, 7 PBR Mk-II.

Mid Atlantic States Cells
Scattered and ineffective, they are located in the Mount Allegheny (West Virginia and eastern Pennsylvania) and in the northern part of New York

Great Lakes States Cells
The only significant cell is located in the northern Michigan Peninsula.

SIOUX NATION
This nation regroup the survivors from the great plain"s native tribes and took the name of the most numerous among them. They have established a small state of their own over northern Wyoming and south-eastern Montana. They have their capital at Buffalo but numerous nomadic tribes are in the neighbouring states (Dakotas and Nebraska).

SEMINOLE"s NATION
The Seminole"s tribe is rising again (also most members are less than a ¼ Seminole) and they assume power over the swamp area that surrounds Miami. They have their capital at Fort Myers. Miami and the east coast is in anarchy.

NAVAJO"s NATION
Probably one of the most powerful native nation even after the twilight war, second only to the Cherokees, they established a fairly large state above northern Arizona and northern New Mexico. They run several small cities with their capital at Farmington. They includes the Hopi, an entirely different tribe.

IROQUOIS" NATION
A fairly small nation composed of the five civilized tribes (Cayuga, Mohawk, Onandega, Oneida and Seneca), it retains several communities in southern Quebec and south of Lake Ontario. However, they are more or less isolated from one another.

CHEROKEE"s NATION
With the actual chaos, the Cherokee have formed a nation again and they control much of west Louisiana with their capital at Natchitoches. Moreover, they have several communities scattered among the C.S.S. (Alabama and Mississippi)
Red Runner (Kidnapped)
Geronimo

ALGONQUIAN"s NATION
A mix of several native tribes, it hasn"t formed a true nation, however, but it retains several nomadic and sedentary tribes in the Pacific Northwest (Both in U.S. and in Canada) as well as in the Great Lakes area.


THE FBI IN THE YEAR 2000
Attorney General Michael Wilson, Director Anthony Gonzalez, Director Cavelli

Field Offices
Provisional FBI Headquarters, Denver: (340 personnel) The Denver office currently serves as provisional Bureau headquarters as well as the center for operations in the mountain states.
Cheyenne Branch Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily tasked with investigative duties, trying to uncover information concerning New America activities in the Wyoming-Montana-Idaho area.
Colorado Springs Office: (50 personnel) Concerned with counter-intelligence within the MilGov capital.
Columbus Field Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily tasked with operating against New America enclaves in Florida.
Harrisburg Field Office: (50 personnel) Made up of surviving FBI personnel from Washington DC.
Honolulu Field Office: (50 personnel) The Honolulu office, like Hawaii, is effectively independent.
Memphis Field Office: (50 personnel) This office is presently working in south-central states. Agents can be found anywhere between southern Illinois down into Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.
Milwaukee Field Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily concerned with counter-intelligence within the Civgov capital.
Sacramento Field Office: (210 personnel) It is relatively large.
Seattle Field Office: (30 personnel) A small office operating in the Pacific Northwest.
Section Six, Intelligence Support Agency: (50 personnel) Section Six operatives can be found operating in any pro-western nation in the Middle East. Permanent offices are located in Iran and Israel.
United Kingdom Foreign Liaison Office (UKFLO): (20 personnel) They are working in close association with MI-5.
14th Coast Guard District (1200 men)
- 1st Marine Raider Company - "Sea Dragons" (160 men, Captain Amanda Garrett)
- 35th Provisional Marine Regt (500 men, Captain Stonewall Quillain)
- USS DuPont DD-941 (Forrest Sherman)
- USCG Chase WMEC-718 (Cutter)
- USS Fresno LST-1182
- 3 PCF Mk.II
- 3 PBR Mk.II
- Seawolf Air Group: 50 men, 4 SH-60B
- 1st Seafighter Squadron : 90 men, 3 Hovercrafts
AIR GROUP (Lt. Commander Richard "Cobra" Richardson)
- 24th HS: 120 men, 8 UH-60A
- 65th TAS: 150 men, 1 C-17A, 2 Boeing 737.
- 199th TFS “Kukaimoku”: 70 men, 1 F-22A, 2 F-15C, 1 KC-135R.

UTAH
The state of UTAH, much like Texas, declared independence and it has become a religious dictatoship (by the mormon chuch) under Governor Walter Hickman.
Utah National Guard (Brigadier General Hamilton Kirby)
- 97th Troop Command (250)
- 19th Special Force Group (150)
- 115th Combat Engineer Group (1200)
- 640th Infantry Regiment (1500, 14 M113)
- 211th Aviation Group (750, 11 AH-64, 7 UH-60, C-12A)
- Artillery Corps (300, 2 M113, 2 M109A2, 3 155FH, 7 5-ton truck)
Utah National Guard Airfoce (Chief Warrant Officer Doug Spears)
- 191st TFS ‘Salty Guard': 80 men, 2 F-16C, 1 A-10G, 1 C-130H, 1 KC-135R


TEXAS
President William R. Kingsly (Texas Bill), Secretary of States Thomas J. Kingsly
Texas Rangers (1000 men), Fred C. Colton

TEXAS ARMY (General Alfred A. Gaspard)
- 29th Infantry Division (Light) (2500 men, 3 M60A3)
- 31st Armored Brigade (500 men, 2 M60A3)
- 49th Armored Division (3000 men, 9 M1A2, 14 M60A3)
- 136th Infantry Regiment (1450 men)
- 149th Aviation Battalion (650 men, 9 CH-47D)
TEXAS MILITIAS
- Jim Hogg Irregulars (1400 men/Calvin C. Markham)
- Texian Legion (1600 men/Jeff Ortega)
- South Texas Grange (1100 men/William Kingsly Jr.)
TEXAS AIR FORCE Goodfellow AFB (Captain William H Martens)
- 86th FTS ‘Rio Lobos' (3 T-34C, 3 T-38A, 2 OV-10D)
- 88th FTS ‘Lucky Devils' (2 T-34C, 3 OA-37B, 3 T-38A)
- 361st FTS ‘Power Behind the Force' (2 F-15C, 5 F-16C, 5 A-10G)


C.S.S. (Confederate Sovereign States)
The C.S.S. was formed from communites in five states (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee) and it controls most of the land in these states except for Florida and Tennesse.
Cities: Biloxi, Brimingham, Chattanooga, Columbus, Gadsden, Huntsville, Jackson,
Jacksonville, Macon, Montgomery, Pensacola, Tuscaloosa.
President Willian R. Lee, Vice-President Bob Stonewall
NSC (National Security Council, John J. Dunnbar)

C.S.S. Militias (Colonel White)
- Mississippi Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Jackson, Mississippi
- Tennessee Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Chattanooga, Tennessee
- Florida Militia (500 men, 2 105FH)-Jacksonville, Florida: 40.000 people
CSS REGULAR ARMY (Colonel Howard Masterson)
Georgia Military Units (Georgia Volunteers, Captain John Clifford)
- 3rd Provisional Battalion (500 men, 2 M60A3, 2 155FH)-Macon, Georgia
- 4th Provisional Battalion (500 men, 2 105FH)-Columbus, Georgia
- 122nd Infantry Regiment (1300 men, 1 ZSU-30-4)
Alabama Military Units (Major Brad Ollinger)
- 59th Brigade HQ (150 men)
- 832nd Infantry Battalion (400 men, 2 M48A5, 2 Avengers, 1 Gepard SPAA)
- 20th Special Force Group (100 men)
- 787th Military Police Battalion (500 men)
- 1st Provisional Battalion (800 men)-Alabama Volunteers, Huntsville
- 2nd Provisional Battalion (800 men)-Alabama Volunteers
- 159th Provisional Marine Rifle Company (60 men)
- 259th Provisional Avenger Company (50 men, 4 Avengers)
- 359th Provisional Mounted Reconnaissance Company (80 cavalry)
Mississippi Military Units (Captain Howard Kirtchner)
- 155th Armored Brigade (2400 men, 18 M1A2, 2 M109A2)
- 154th Infantry Regiment (900 men)
- 112th Military Police Battalion (400 men)
- 168th Engineer Group (500 men)
- 159th Aviation Regiment (180 men, 5 OH-58D, 6 UH-60A)
CSS AIR FORCES (Major Charles F. Kane)
Maxwell AFB, AL
187th Fighter Wing
- 160th TFS ‘Snakes' (5 F-16C)
908th Airlift Wing
- 41st RQS (100 men, 3 OH-58D, 9 UH-60A)
- 357th TAS (30 men, 1 C-130H, 2 C-2A)
Moody AFB, GA
23rd Wing
- 12th ACCS (1 E-3B, 2 P-3C)
- 74th TFS ‘Flying Tigers' (2 F/A-18C, 2 A-10G)
- 75th TFS ‘Tiger Sharks' (50 men, 3 OV-10D)
Jacksonville Field
125th Fighter Wing
- 159th TFS ‘Jaguars' (1 C-130H, 1 F-22A, 3 F-15C)
CSS DEEP WATER NAVY (Admiral Franklin Blanton)
2nd Coast Guard District, Biloxi, MI (800 men)
- CSS Barry DD-933 (Forrest Sherman)
- CSS Dallas WMEC-716 (Cutter)
- CSS Gladiator MCM-11 (Avenger)
- CSS Kingfisher WPB-87322 (Patrol Craft)
- CSS Shrike WPB-87342 (Patrol Craft)
- 4 PCF Mk-II.
- 10 PBR Mk-II
- 11 LCM


NEW YORK CITY (Armies of the Night)
New York area was hit of course but Manhattan 120.000), Brooklyn (108.000), the Bronx (100.000) and the Queens (150.000) were spared. Now, they have to face several gangs but the city still houses 482.000 inhabitants that formed an independent communty, farming central park and trading with the UBF. Another important location is Roosevelt Island (4000) which houses some working medical facilities.
Mayor Hannibal T. Dobbs, Quick Sam (Salvage), Roger Hollingsly (Health),
- Metropolitan Police (2200, Carol Wells)
- Roosevelt Island Militia (800, David Cole)
- New York Militia (5800, Colonel Randolph Phillips)
Major Gangs
- The Hizzoner (800), led by the Mayor
- The Duke's (950), led by the Duke of New York
- The Harbor Rats (950), pirates led by Manuel Diego Huerra


RHODES ISLAND:
In the hands of United Brotherhood of Fishers (UBF), an organization sympathetic to CivGov. The region is independent and includes the Cape Cod Area (Mass.) with four major cities: Providence, Newport, New London (Conn.) and New Bedford (Mass.).
Characters: John Carlucci, Guido Mancini, Carl Rigetti
- UBF Marines (Captain Thomas R. Holmes)
Manpower: 1600


ALLEGHENY FREE STATES:
The rural region of the Allegheny mountains have formed into a independent region of its own and counts as insular. It is protected by several militias that are under control from the various members of the Allegheny Warlords Council (Kenneth Jurgens, Allison Sanders, Martin F. Bradley, Everett M. Johnston, Richard Cameron)
Allegheny Militias
- Jurgen's Ridgerunners (850)
- Bradley's Irregulars (750)
- Washington Militia (650)
- Laurel Higlanders (400)
- Alli's Rangers (400)


NEW AMERICA:
See Urban Guerilla
New America manpower is about 117.000 but only a few cells are organized; most groups are scattered, isolated sympethizers.

Tampa Enclave
This is a part of Florida under control by New America. It has its capital city at Orlando but it controls also Clearwater, Ocala, and St. Petersburg. Tampa itself was subjected to a nuclear strike and is deserted.

Snake River Enclave
This is a major stronghold that covers most of Idaho as well as north-eastern Oregon.
Mary Williams (NA34)
Colonel Cyrus James (NA31)

Ozarks Mountains Enclave
This state is far from being controlled but it includes a vast cell that controls most of the Ozarks Range in southern Missouri and north-western Arkansas.
Cities: Fayetteville, Joplin, Rolla and Springfield
Bradley Dinton (NA 35)
James A. Goodman (NA31)
Doctor John R Carlin (NA25)

Column 15, new American Army (Ozarks Mountain,)
- Security Force 5 (850)
- Liberation Force 4 (1400)
- beration Force 8 (650)

Lobster Coast Enclave
They control an area that includes northern Maine and south-western New Brunswick.
Cities: Augusta, Bangor, Fredericton (NB), Saint John (NB) and Waterville.
William S. Gunther (NA32)
Charles Gunn (NA30)

Column 25, New American Army (Maine)
- Security Force 6 (350) (Wiscasset, Maine)
- Liberation Force 1 (500) (Currently occupying Bangor)
- Liberation Force 2 (250) (Ellsworth, Maine, and Orono, Maine)
- Liberation Force 3 (200) (St. Stephen, NB. raiding force)

Squadron 8, New American Navy (Maine)
Manpower: 500
Assets: 1 armed harbour tug, 1 PCF Mk-II, 7 PBR Mk-II.

Mid Atlantic States Cells
Scattered and ineffective, they are located in the Mount Allegheny (West Virginia and eastern Pennsylvania) and in the northern part of New York

Great Lakes States Cells
The only significant cell is located in the northern Michigan Peninsula.

SIOUX NATION
This nation regroup the survivors from the great plain's native tribes and took the name of the most numerous among them. They have established a small state of their own over northern Wyoming and south-eastern Montana. They have their capital at Buffalo but numerous nomadic tribes are in the neighbouring states (Dakotas and Nebraska).

SEMINOLE's NATION
The Seminole's tribe is rising again (also most members are less than a ¼ Seminole) and they assume power over the swamp area that surrounds Miami. They have their capital at Fort Myers. Miami and the east coast is in anarchy.

NAVAJO's NATION
Probably one of the most powerful native nation even after the twilight war, second only to the Cherokees, they established a fairly large state above northern Arizona and northern New Mexico. They run several small cities with their capital at Farmington. They includes the Hopi, an entirely different tribe.

IROQUOIS' NATION
A fairly small nation composed of the five civilized tribes (Cayuga, Mohawk, Onandega, Oneida and Seneca), it retains several communities in southern Quebec and south of Lake Ontario. However, they are more or less isolated from one another.

CHEROKEE's NATION
With the actual chaos, the Cherokee have formed a nation again and they control much of west Louisiana with their capital at Natchitoches. Moreover, they have several communities scattered among the C.S.S. (Alabama and Mississippi)
Red Runner (Kidnapped)
Geronimo

ALGONQUIAN's NATION
A mix of several native tribes, it hasn't formed a true nation, however, but it retains several nomadic and sedentary tribes in the Pacific Northwest (Both in U.S. and in Canada) as well as in the Great Lakes area.


THE FBI IN THE YEAR 2000
Attorney General Michael Wilson, Director Anthony Gonzalez, Director Cavelli

Field Offices
Provisional FBI Headquarters, Denver: (340 personnel) The Denver office currently serves as provisional Bureau headquarters as well as the center for operations in the mountain states.
Cheyenne Branch Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily tasked with investigative duties, trying to uncover information concerning New America activities in the Wyoming-Montana-Idaho area.
Colorado Springs Office: (50 personnel) Concerned with counter-intelligence within the MilGov capital.
Columbus Field Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily tasked with operating against New America enclaves in Florida.
Harrisburg Field Office: (50 personnel) Made up of surviving FBI personnel from Washington DC.
Honolulu Field Office: (50 personnel) The Honolulu office, like Hawaii, is effectively independent.
Memphis Field Office: (50 personnel) This office is presently working in south-central states. Agents can be found anywhere between southern Illinois down into Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.
Milwaukee Field Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily concerned with counter-intelligence within the Civgov capital.
Sacramento Field Office: (210 personnel) It is relatively large.
Seattle Field Office: (30 personnel) A small office operating in the Pacific Northwest.
Section Six, Intelligence Support Agency: (50 personnel) Section Six operatives can be found operating in any pro-western nation in the Middle East. Permanent offices are located in Iran and Israel.
United Kingdom Foreign Liaison Office (UKFLO): (20 personnel) They are working in close association with MI-5.e: (50 personnel) Made up of surviving FBI personnel from Washington DC.
Honolulu Field Office: (50 personnel) The Honolulu office, like Hawaii, is effectively independent.
Memphis Field Office: (50 personnel) This office is presently working in south-central states. Agents can be found anywhere between southern Illinois down into Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.
Milwaukee Field Office: (50 personnel) It is primarily concerned with counter-intelligence within the Civgov capital.
Sacramento Field Office: (210 personnel) It is relatively large.
Seattle Field Office: (30 personnel) A small office operating in the Pacific Northwest.
Section Six, Intelligence Support Agency: (50 personnel) Section Six operatives can be found operating in any pro-western nation in the Middle East. Permanent offices are located in Iran and Israel.
United Kingdom Foreign Liaison Office (UKFLO): (20 personnel) They are working in close association with MI-5.

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Here is the beginning of what I gathered overtime (I hope these posts will not generate any problem). As it is obvious, I don't claim paternity for everything that I put as archives. I'll put what I have on other countries when I start another thread. Of course, because of the specificities of archives you'll have elements on other armies appearing from time to time. Thanks to GDW, Paul, antenna,..., the list is almost endless . You'll find yourself around and might complete it I hope.

US CONUS forces:
5th US Army: 7,700 troops with 29 tanks. Considering the stretch of territory they have to control it is a pittance.
6th US Army: 2,800 troops with 7 tanks
9th US Army: even if you add up the scattered groups that are really formed into local militias it is no more than 5,500 with two tanks. However, properly speaking it is a mere 4,000 troops with 2 tanks.
Strategic Reserve (Colorado): 6,400, 7 tanks.
1st US Army: (really just the 78th Infantry Division with 1 tank)
Military Region III: 9,100 troops, roughhly 2800 of those shepherding refugees, with 13 tanks.
Military Region V: 4,700 troops.
Hawaii: 4,000 troops, 4 tanks.

Sourcebook for Military Region III
Disclaimer: Having not seen "Howling Wilderness" (GDW0519 1988) until 1998 I have spent over a decade playing in a Twilight universe different than that of the GDW authors. This series of source books for CIVGOV Military Region III represent conclusions of numerous T2K players some with intimate knowledge of the Geography, Demographics, post WWIII economic outlook and local color of these locations. They are offered here as fodder for the imagination to generate your own universe, the use of Thanksgiving 97 as the day of the attack is a matter of convenience since we always started our sneak attack around then. Enjoy.
(Virginia)
History: The weeks after Thanksgiving was a tumultuous time across the state. Governor Henry Rowe maintained order through marshall law, a continuous presence and force of will. Leading by example from a mobile comm van. Through out the weeks of riots and refugee camp openings. He was everywhere surveying damage and talking to locals, refugees and emergency personnel, survivors and victims. Indeed on more than one occasion he was thought to be in the area of a need, acting as a hopeful rumor that help was coming "as soon as Governor Rowe sees this the trucks will be here".
8 days before Christmas 2000 Gov. Rowe developed a fever from a chest infection which turned to pneumonia, after ignoring his physician orders to slow down. On December 29th Gov. Rowe lapsed into a coma. Crowds grew in the Capitol district of Richmond while his Lieutenants continued their work. Prayer vigils continued on after New Years and the temperate Virginia winter was taken as an omen. On January 5th Gov. Rowe awoke and celebrations commenced across the state. On January 16th Gov. Rowe was seen publicly and by February 2nd he was back in his HUMVEE touring camps and food kitchens.
Control of the State is firmly in the hands of Gov. Rowe so much so that Western regions, difficult to reach, have sent word for the Governor not to try to visit them till spring when they can clear the roads.
Local Conditions: For Virginia West of Richmond and East of Roanoke the State for the most part is Organized (see territory types GDW2000v2 pg. 152), territory not within 25miles of Richmond, Roanoke, Charlottesville, Lynchburg, Winchester or a below mentioned barracks should be considered Independent (especially in the western mountains) or insular. The areas east of I95 are for the most part devastated (specifically Hampton Roads and Washington D.C, belt-way regions) to anarchy (generally east of the Potomac River) With exception of an Independent cell in the Williamsburg area and Fort Stalwart in Chesapeake (formerly North West Security Group).
Geography: Virginia is a land of diverse geography. Appalachian Mountains in the West, rolling hills and plains and the Shenandoah Valley in the Central, on too the Chesapeake Bay and its deep Tributaries (Potomac, Rappahannock, Mattapouni and York rivers)in the East. Nearly all farming has been switched from tobacco (though amking a resurgence), and is almost completely without need of irrigation. Livestock is adequate in the protected mid section of the state, while nearly non existent elsewhere because of both relocation and pillaging. Thickly forested with Maple, Oak, Fir and Pine building and construction materials are in abundance.
Transportation: Major Highway system is in good repair West of Richmond and East of Roanoke (I64), on Northward to Winchester (I81). East of Richmond the loss of a great many bridges has rendered I95 useless to vehicular travel. The few expeditions in the region eventually required their own water craft. In the mountains West of Roanoke rock slides and erosion has rendered nearly all of I64 and I77 useless to vehicular travel even hitched teams.
Population: Having adequate doctors was nullified by having inadequate medicine and infrastructure. The loss of Hampton Roads and Washington eliminated 40% of the states medical staff but nearly 80% of the States labs and stores the remainder nearly entirely in Richmond.
The Thanksgiving day strike accounted for over 3 million of the states 6.4 million pre-war population from the blasts and the following turmoil. The epidemics of the following year were considerable and in refugee camps and population centers disease ran amuck with nearly no modern remedies and a limited yet growing supply of natural cures and treatments. By 2001 population had dropped to just 2.2 million augmented by refugees from the North.
Industry: Agriculture is booming in Virginia in comparison to elsewhere nationwide. Potato's and to some extent corn was in abundance as was alfalfa and soy beans. Lack of power in the middle populated areas has fostered an mutual agreement with the power rich state of North Carolina in exchange for crops and live stock.
Power provided to the Richmond and Lynchburg areas are for repair manufacturing, the manufacture of manual textile looms and the growing lumber mills. Limited telecommunications as well as limited use of wireless during power provided periods are common for management in populated areas. A limited bandwidth internet is in place to maintain infrastructure and alert law enforcement.
Government: A commonwealth continues to function in Virginia. The state legislature though unable to impede any of Gov. Rowes requests without firm warning from their constituents. At the behest of Gov. Rowe elections have been suspended for one year until an adequate census can be taken, which to date has not gotten farther than planning.
Forces: The following forces are located in the Virginia area;
MILGOV: MILGOV Presence in MRIII (and Virginia) is restricted to a few sympathizers scattered about the region. Military and former military who have mustered out are not eligible for positions in the State Government, Civil Services, Virginia Defense Force or Virginia State Mounted Police unless a signed copy of a the oath of loyalty confirmation is on record along with a notice of espionage and collaboration intolerance. Then they will most likely hold a not position of great responsibility without monitoring of some kind by State Police.
CIVGOV: CIVGOV Forces in the area are not numerous, but are more often of a higher reliability than else where in the region. Making use of Forts A.P.Hill and Lee for logistics and barracks.
Forces are not necessarily Federal, since each of the states have defederalized their National Guard and ceased sending recruits to embarkation areas.
Currently Federal forces answer to the Council of Govenors in their Military Region until such a times as the Federal Government can be organized from the current Emergency Status.
A conference is scheduled in Charlotte as soon as the current state of emergency passes or subsides. The Speaker of the House Ben Ford (R/KY), a few cabinet members, representatives of NSA, and the Commandant of forces Mil. Reg. III are there coordinating with the council of Govenors.
Forces in the region include:
129th Infantry, 1st BDE: Primarily manned with returning Army regulars, veterans, elements of the 78th Inf. and former VMI cadets the 129th is a reconstituted prewar 29th Inf. (Light). Div. HQ at Fort Lee with regiments in Charlottesville, Richmond and Roanoke and a Special Detail at Fort Stalwart (Formerly the Northwest Security Group Activity). Assigned to security and civil engineering duties in these areas. The 129th is responsible for security and material condition of the States Interstate roadways and operation of the Fort Stalwart Communication Facility. Within 25miles of the VDF barracks the area is considered cantonment.
HQ Location: Fort Lee
Manpower: 1500
Tanks: 7 M60, 3 M60 CVE
Non-Federal State assets:
Virginia Defense Force, A prewar unit 50-100 personnel that monitored armories when National Guard units deployed. After a the loss of two armories during rioting in 1999, the governor ordered the force an increase in manning and to be armed.
Including former members of National Guard, Law enforcement and regular Army units. The VDF evolved into Virginias deployable defense force by 2000. Now with 500 regulars and 2000 part time members, with Consolidated barracks in Winchester, Roanoke, Emporia, Fredricksburg ,Ft. Lee and Onancock (on the peninsula) they are tasked with monitoring commercial roads on the frontier and support the State Police against armed insurgents, and provide security details for state management agencies. Within 25miles of the VDF barracks the area is considered cantonment.
HQ Location: Richmond
Manpower: 500 full time, 2000 partime cadre
Tanks: None
Virginia State Police, Converted from prewar mission to ensuring order and security state wide, but specifically in areas of refugee sheltering. Circuit Judges are provided regularly to allow quick execution of violent perpatrators and shaming of non-violent offenders.
By executive order state wide gun retailers were closed and there owners employed by the government, their stocks interned for police use. Police are commonly armed with 9mm pistols, with 12ga/12ga slug or 223 Remington weapons of various manufacture.
New America: Numerous NA sympathetic cells exist in the Western mountains and are held in check by the popularity of the sitting Governor. It is rumored that State Police have penetrated these cells and that Governor Rowe knowingly has not attempted to disband them due to some future purpose being feasible.

The AF's 48th FIS (4 F-15Cs) is still based at Langley AFB.

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I post it as I copied it and suspect that the original author is among us. I did that as I was fearing the old forum was not eternal and now I have 927 word pages to post in various threads. Recent history proved me right on that one. I'll be doing this country by country but forgive me as some units will be found outside of their thread (for exemple, US forces will be included in the future thread on Germany) but that is because of T2K specificities. Feel free to complete this and reclaim what is yours (I don't know anymore).

Pacific Northwest in T2k

ARMY

9th US Army
Location: Bremerton Naval Base WA
Men 300

X Corps
Location Ft. Richardson AK.
Men 150

10th Infantry Division (MTN)
Location Ft Richardson
Men 1500
Vehicles 4 Lav-75, 8 M113A3, 4 M115A1
Arty 6 M119A1

1st Artic INF BGD
Location Ft. Wainwright AK
Men 500

2nd Artic INF BGD
Location Juneau AK
Men 450

VIII Corps
Location Ft Lewis WA
Men 200

47th Infantry Division
Location Ft Lewis WA
Men 6000
Vehicles 2 M691, 2 M741A6, 4 M728, 1 M577A1, 8 M113A3
Arty 18 M119A1

104th Infantry Division
Location Mountain Home AFB ID
Men 4500
Vehicles 1 M728, 1 Stingray, 1 M60A4, 1M1A2, 9M113

41st Separate Infantry Brigade
Location Camp Withycomb OR
Men 3000
Vehicles 0
Arty 18 M119A1

NAVY/COAST GUARD

13th Coast Guard District
Location Bremerton Naval Base

Flagship DD 931 Turner Joy
WAGB 'Healy' 420Ft Ice Breaker

Region Oregon
Location Astoria
Ships Locations

Astoria
WLB 213 'Fir' 225Ft Seagoing Buoy Tender
WMEC 630 'Alert' 210Ft Medium Endurance Cutter

North Bend
WLB 277 'Cowslip' 180Ft Seagoing Buoy Tender

Bonneville Dam
WPB 1327 'Orcas' 110Ft Patrol Boat
PT 658
PT 659

Portland
SS 581 Blue Bell (refitting)


Region Washington
Location Bremerton
Ship Locations

Bremerton
WHCC 717 'Mellon' 378Ft High Endurance Cutter
WHCC 726 'Midget' 378Ft High Endurance Cutter
WPB 87352 'Sea lion' 87Ft Patrol Boat
WPB 87366 'Terrapin' 87Ft Patrol Boat


Region Alaska
Location Anchorage
Ship Locations

Anchorage
WMEC 623 'Steadfast' 210Ft Medium Endurance Cutter

Juneau
WPB 1344 "Cutty Hunk" 110Ft Patrol Boat

Marines
Location Camp Rilea OR
Men 650

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The School Brigade
Subordination: 49th Armored Division
Location: Southwestern Kansas (HQ in Wichita)
Manpower: 1400
AFVs: 12

Additions to the canon history: Ironically, because of the collection of museum pieces as well as foreign vehicles in its pool of resources the School Brigade has at times caused fear of a Soviet landing in the USA. Recently it sent assistance in the form of a reinforced mechanized infantry company to support a corporate research facility. This company consists of 3 T-80 tanks, 4 BMP-3s, 4 HMMWVs, 2 M901 ITVs and 1 M106. The company commander went out of his way to make sure that there was something denoting American patriotism on each vehicle. The region they have ended up in is near Cedar Lake Resevoir.

While going through some old papers a few days ago, I came across a revised OOB for CentCom. The new troop strengths reflect the absorption of the 8th Army units that withdrew from Korea. Please remember that this was written sometime in the late 80's or early 90's.
United States Central Command (as of July 1st,2001)
3rd US Army (Current Location Persian Gulf)
75th Infantry Rgt (Ranger)
Ist Amphibious Corps
1st Marine Division (3000 men, 6AFV's)
3rd Marine Division (4000 men, 15 AFV's)
5th Marine Division (3000 men, 20 AFV's)

XVIIIth Airborne Corps
82nd Airborne Division (3000 men)
101st Air Assault Division (4000 men)
6th Air Cavalry Combat Brigade (900 men)

IInd US Corps
2nd Infantry Division (4000 men, 4 AFV's)
9th Infantry Division (4000 men)

VIth US Corps
24th Infantry Division (3000 men)
26th Infantry Division (5000 men, 13 AFV's)

East African Regional Command
Current Location: Kenya
173rd Airborne Brigade (1500 men)
10th Cavalry Regiment (750 men)
228th Assault Helicopter Battalion


United States Marine Corps in Cent COM

I Marine Expeditionary Force

1st Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group (1205 Men)

HQ Co (75 men)
1st Intel Bn (210 Men)
1st ANGLCO (60 men)
9th COMM Bn (200 men)
1st Force Recon Co (50 men)
1st Radio Bn (210 men)
MCSFCo Diego Garcia (200 Men) (4 M750AC,4 Peacekeeper AC)
1st Small Craft Co (200 Men) (4 36' RPC,4 28' RPC,4 46' HPC)

1st Marine Logistics Group (1050 Men)

Combat logistics Regiment 1 (350 Men)
Combat logistics Regiment 15 (350 Men)
Combat logistics Regiment 17 (350 Men)

1st Marine Division (3900 Men)

HQ Co (75 men)
1st LAR Bn (175 men) (12 Lav25, 4 Lav90, 10 Lav supp)
3rd AAV Bn (175 Men) (12 AAV's)
1st CEB Bn (200 men)
1st Tank Bn (200 Men) (12 M-1)
1st Recon Bn (109 men)

1st Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/1 (300 Men)
2/1 (300 Men)
3/1 (300 Men)

5th Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/5 (300 Men)
2/5 (325 Men)
3/5 (300 Men)

7th Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/7 (325 Men)
2/7 (300 Men)
3/7 (300 Men)

11th Marines
1/11 (225 Men) (12 M198)

3rd Marine Division (4410 Men)

HQ Co (75 Men)
3rd LAR Bn (175 Men) 11 Lav25, 5 Lav90, 9 Lav supp)
1st AAV Bn (175 Men) (12 AAV's)
3rd CEB Bn (200 Men)
3rd Tank Bn (200 Men) (13 M-1)
1st Recon Bn (110 Men)

3rd Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/3 (350 Men)
2/3 (400 Men)
3/3 (375 Men)

4th Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/4 (350 Men)
2/4 (350 Men)
3/4 (350 Men)

9th Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/9 (350 Men)
2/9 (375 Men)
3/9 (350 Men)

12th Marines
1/12 (225 Men) (12 M198)

5th Marine Division (4660 Men)

HQ Co (75 Men)
5th LAR Bn (100 Men) (8 Lav25, 2 Lav90, 6 Lav supp)
5th AAV Bn (125 Men) (8 AAV's)
5th CEB Bn (200 Men)
5th Tank Bn (400 Men) (20 M60A4)
5th Recon Bn (110 Men)

26th Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/26 (350 Men)
2/26 (350 Men)
3/26 (350 Men)

27th Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/27 (350 Men)
2/27 (350 Men)
3/27 (350 Men)

28th Marine Regimental Combat Team
1/28 (400 Men)
2/28 (350 Men)
3/28 (400 Men)

13th Marine Regiment
1/13 (400 Men) (8 M110A2)

3rd Marine Aircraft Wing

MAG-16 (1390 Men)

VMFA (AW)-121 (100 Men) (6 F/A18D)
VMF-214 (105 Men) (6 AV8B)
HMM-161 (130 Men) (8 CH-46)
HMM-163 (130 Men) (8 CH-46)
HMH-466 (150 Men) (8 CH-53E)
HMLA-367 (200 Men) (6AH-1W, 6 UH-1)
VMGR-325 (75 Men) (4 C-130J)
3rd LAAD Bn Co C (200 Men) (8 Lav-PIVAD)
MALS-16 (100 Men)
MWSS-371 (200 Men)

Total Forces 16,615 Men

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Military Region V OOB

HQ: Omaha, Nebraska (commanded by a Lieutenant-General, who is in turn subordinate to the Commander of DefCom. The various area support commands, bases whoses staffs had survived but had been forced to evacuate areas were used to fill ranks and also to build a staff following the disaster)

HQ Units
530th Military Police Battalion (400)
809th Quartermaster Battalion
89th Ordnance Battalion
89th Transportation Battalion
424th Maintenance Co
331st Medical Group
806th Chemical Detachment

(note: most of these are at ¼ strength only since most of them have provided extra personnel for required skills to other units in the area.)

644th Area Support Group
(consists of the 367th Combat (light) Engineer Battalion, 212th Quartermaster Company, 302nd Maintenance Battalion, 322nd Maintenance Company, 417th Maintenance Company, 451st Army Band, and the 704th NBC Recon Company. While none of these units would be considered traditional ‘line’ units nevertheless given modern conditions of war all were given training in combat operations and thus found themselves having to administer what degree they could of law and order in Minnesota when the heavens fell, as it were.)
Subordination: Military Region V
Location: Minnesota
Manpower: 1200
AFVs: None.

134th Infantry Regiment (what remains of the 67th Infantry Brigade)
Subordination: Military Region V
Location: Eastern Nebraska
Manpower: 600
AFVs: same as above.

35th Combat Engineer Brigade
Subordination: Military Region V
Location: Missouri
Manpower: 1200
AFVs: 6 M728 CEVs, 4 M5 ARVs,

B Battery, 3/49th Artillery Regiment
Subordination: Military Region V
Location: Wyoming
Manpower: 100
AFVs: 2 155mm SPH

Presidential Protection Detail
(consisting of elements of the 3rd Regiment, the Old Guard; USMC Presidential Guard Company, and the Secret Service protection unit)
Subordination: The Office of the President
Location: Omaha, Nebraska
Manpower: 300


and then Military Region IV

84th Infantry Division
Subordination: Military Region IV
Location: LaCrosse, Wisconsin
Manpower: 3500 troops

66th Infantry Brigade
Subordination: No one (out of contact currently)
Location: sw Illinois
Manpower: 650 troops

38th Infantry Division
Subordination: Military Region IV
Location: Ft. Wayne, Indiana and surrounding areas up to 100km
Manpower: 5600 troops
AFVs: 25


434th Airlift Wing
Subordination: Military Region IV
Location: Grissom AFB
Manpower: 500 personnel

228th Infantry Brigade
Subordination: Military Region IV
Location: se Ohio
Manpower: 1000 troops

184th Infantry Brigade
Subordination: Military Region IV
Location: The Cumberland Gap (engaging New American insurgents there)
Manpower: 1800 troops
AFVs: 10

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Units Attached to I MEF (archive)

US NAVY

Fleet Hospital 3 (300 Men)

This Unit maintains the large hospital inside Bandar Abbas and has a large aid station that supports the division assets on security duty outside the city.

1st Naval Construction Regiment (500 Men)

Naval Mobil Construction Battalion 17 (200 Men)
Naval Mobil Construction Battalion 18 (200 Men)
Naval Construction Force Support Unit 2 (100 Men)

This unit provides construction support to the Mef It has been with the MEF from the start of the war and is currently doing tasks for the MEF commander.17th Bn is doing road construction in and around the Bandar Abbas sector. 18 Bn is working on the water system to insure fresh water and sewage is maintained in the sector. Support unit 2 is doing work on the natural gas powered power plant.

Amphibious Ready Group 5
USS Belleau Wood LHA-3
USS Juneau LHD-10
USS Fort Fisher LSD-40
USS Bristol County LST-1198
USS St.Louis LKA-116
USS Truxton CGN-35
USS Hoel DDG-13
USS Stein FF-1065
USS Bronstein FF-1037

These ships provide the lift for the MEF and the naval gunfire support for landings. The escort ships also protect the fleet. Half of the ships listed have just been transferred from Korea. Commodore Mac Strong is the commanding officer of the group

Department of State
US Consul for this area is the Honorable William Eaton

American Foreign Legion (230)
1st Infantry Co Foreign Legion (150 Men)
1st Cavalry Squadron (80 Men)

This motley collection of Americans and foreign born personnel work directly for the US consul in Bandar Abbas and do missions for the US government that the military cannot do due to political ramifications .They have free pass through the area and most of the Marines know them as a unit by sight. The 150 infantry do deep penetration missions and do security at the consular’s building.They are equiped with an odd assortment of jeep's,land rovers and civilian 4x4 pickups.All vehicles have machineguns or 106mm recoiless rifles mounted on them. The cavalry is self sustained on over 100 acres of cleared land out side the consular’s office. You can find any type of man and nationality here. One of the most loyal units ever seen to themselves and the thought of the USA. Most me have there familys and extened familys living in the area of the consulars complex of buildings. The commanding officer of the Legion is a Ex- US Army Major Thadious Rhodes. Rhodes graduated from west point and did 6 years active duty in the infantry field and got out to work for his fathers oil rig construction building company. He stayed in the reserves for 4 more years in a combat engineer unit and was promoted to the rank of major. He had been out 5 years when the war started and now finds himself running the legion. The company commanders are also a colorful bunch . The commanding officer of The cavalry unit is an ex-polish cavalry officer Aron Brocz who runs a tight group. The Infantry is commanded by a Ex-Infantry officer with the sweedish army who is a self styled viking. He goes by Thor Fridriksson. Both Men have the rank of Captian.


Task Force 76


Flagship
USS Salem CA-139 (original Member TF76)

Surface Action Group 1

USS Arkansas CGN-41 (original Member TF76)
USS Berkeley DDG-15 (towed from Korea)
USS O’Bannon DD-987 (towed from Korea)
USS Clark FFG-11 (original Member TF76)
USS Copeland FFG-25 (original member TF76)
USS Voge FF-1047 (repaired from carrier battle group)

Surface Action Group 3

USS Long Beach CGN-9 (Korea fleet)
USS Goldsborogh DDG-20 (towed from Korea)
USS O’Brien DD-975 (towed from Korea)
USS Boone FFG-28 (Original member TF76)
USS Stark FFG-31 (found on sand bar at gulf entrance)
USS Garcia FF-1040 (found drifting in red sea)

Amphibious Ready Group 5

USS Belleau Wood LHA-3 (original member TF76)
USS Juneau LHD-10 (original member of TF76)
USS Fort Fisher LSD-40 (Korea fleet)
USS Bristol County LST-1198 (Diego Garcia ship)
USS St.Louis LKA-116 (Diego Garcia ship)
USS Truxton CGN-35 (Korea fleet)
USS Hoel DDG-13 (Korea fleet)
USS Stein FF-1065 (Diego Garcia ship)
USS Bronstein FF-1037 (Diego Garcia ship)

MPS Fleet
T-AK 3001 PFC William B. Baugh (Diego Garcia)
T-AK 3002 PFC James Anderson (Diego Garcia)
T-AK 3004 PVT Franklin J. Phillips (Diego Garcia)
T-AK 3009 PFC Dewayne T. Williams (Guam)
T-AK 3011 1st LT Jack Lummus (Guam)
T-AK 3012 SGT William R. Burton (Guam)


These ships are the motley collection of what was left of the US Indian Ocean fleet, the gulf fleet and the ships that escorted the troops from Korea. They have been going under extensive repairs in Saudi Arabia for the last 8 months; some were even dry-docked. 4 of the ships were towed from Korea and 1 other was lifted off a sand bar at the mouth of the gulf after she was damaged in a missile strike. Another was found drifting in the Red Sea with no crew alive.2 of the ambiphbous ships and 2 of the frigates were towed over when the Americans and British abandoned the base in Diego Garcia in the fall of 1999. These ships were meant to be sold to the country of India before the war started. By October of 2001 the ships will be as ready as they can get and be able to start fleet operations again. Admiral Stephen Decatur V name sake of the great admiral from the past is now in charge .He was raised from a good stock of seamen and was a graduate of the naval academy. He commanded the first Ticonderoga class cruiser and has had an outstanding career so far. His last assignment was as operations officer for the task force. This was cut short when the cent com headquarters was destroyed and he was promoted to command of the task force. He has 3 able commodores in command of his 3 action groups the commander of his amphibious group is the senior of the 3. In February of 2001 when the fleet from Korea rolled it he thought they were being attacked and sorted the fleet to meet them. When they were recognized the ships as friends he knew at once he had a fleet again. Most of the ships are not the top of the line vessels of the American fleet but he knows most of the top line ships were destroyed or damaged early in the war. In the spring of 2001 he will send out surface groups to find more ships and or enclaves of Americans in the Indian Ocean and western pacific. His main task is too look for supply or tanker ships to tow back to the gulf to add to there force projection abilities. Right now there are around 2,000 American service men and women from all service branches being sorted and reequipped at fleet headquarters. These people were picked up from outposts left over from before the war. Most aren’t armed and they have no heavy equipment. Operations like this will continue until all known US and British Personnel are recovered.hopefuly this will swell the ranks of units in the gulf and aid in the rebuilding efforts of the area. The Fleet is in the Process of moving its staff and assets to the city of Bushehr due to the saudi's asking them to leave. once this happens centcom,3rd army and Task Force 76 will all be co located.
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US Army OOB

3rd US Army (Located in Bushehr)

75th Ranger Regiment (900 men)
1st Bn (450 Men)
2nd Bn (450 Men)

5th Special Forces Group (150 Men)
A Squadron 1st Troop Detachment Delta (23 Men)
35th Signal Brigade (600 Men)
501st Military Intelligence Brigade (550 Men)
8th Military Police Brigade (600 Men)
18th Medical Command (1000 Men)
35th Air defense Brigade (600 Men) (6 M691, 8 M741A6, 6 M990, 8 LAV-PIVAD)
20th Engineer Brigade (1000 Men) (16 M728)
18th Logistics Group (1000 Men)
153rd Field Artillery Brigade (650 Men) (12 M109A2, 6 M110A2, 6 M993, 6 M948)

II Corps (Located in Bushehr)

163rd Armored Cavalry Brigade (Horse Cavalry) (600 Men)
1st squadron (200 Men)
2nd squadron (200 Men)
3rd Squadron (200 Men)

2nd Infantry Division (3500 Men) (4 M1, 4 M1A1, 4 M60A4, 22 M2, 6 M113A3)

1st Brigade Mech
1-72 Armor (500 Men) (4 M1, 4 M1A1, 4 M60A4)
5-20 Infantry (500 Men) (22 M2, 6 M113A3)

2nd Brigade
1-9 Infantry (500 Men)
2-9 Infantry (500 Men)

3rd Brigade
2-3 Infantry (500 Men)
1-23 Infantry (500 Men)

1-37 Field Artillery (500 Men) (6 M198, 18 M119A1)

9th Infantry Division (3500 Men) (20 LAV-75, 6 M115A1, 12 V-150, 10 M113A3)

1st Brigade
2-39 Infantry (500 Men)
3-39 Infantry (500 Men)

2nd Brigade Mech
2-60 Infantry (500 Men) (20 LAV-75)
5-60 Infantry (500 Men) (6 M115A1, 12 V-150, 10 M113A3)

3rd Brigade
2-47 Infantry (500 Men)
3-47 Infantry (500 Men)

3-34 Artillery (500 Men) 6 M198, 18 M119A1)

24th Infantry Division (3500 Men) (12 M1A2, 8 M113A3, 8 M2A3, 12 M750AC)

1st Brigade Mech
1-64 Armor (500 Men) (12 M1A2)
1-7 Infantry (500 Men) (8 M113A3, 8 M2A3, 12 M750AC)

2nd Brigade
1-18 Infantry (500 Men)
2-18 Infantry (500 Men)

3rd Brigade
1-15 Infantry (500 Men)
2-15 Infantry (500 Men)

1-41 Artillery (500 Men) (6 M198, 18 M119A1)


XVIII Airborne Corps (Located in Bandan-e Khomeyni)

6th Air Cavalry Combat Brigade (1000 Men) (12 AH-64, 6 OH-58, 8 CH-47, 10 UH-60,)

7th Infantry Division (3500 Men) (Various Hummers and Fast Attack Vehicles)

1st Brigade
1-17 Infantry (500 Men)
2-17 Infantry (500 Men)

2nd Brigade
1-31 Infantry (500 Men)
2-31 Infantry (500 Men)

3rd Brigade
1-32 Infantry (500 Men)
2-32 Infantry (500 Men)

47th Field Artillery Bn (500 Men) (6 M198, 18 M119A1)

82nd Airborne Division (4000 Men)

1st Brigade
1-504 (400 Men)
2-504 (400 Men)
3-504 (400 Men)

2nd Brigade
1-505 (400 Men)
2-505 (400 Men)
3-505 (400 Men)

3rd Brigade
1-325 (400 Men)
2-325 (400 Men)
3-325 (400 Men)

2-319 Artillery (24 M119A1)

101st Air Assault Division (4000 Men)

1st Brigade
1-502 (400 Men)
2-502 (400 Men)
3-502 (400 Men)

2nd Brigade
1-187 (400 Men)
2-187 (400 Men)
3-187 (400 Men)

3rd Brigade
1-327 (400 Men)
2-327 (400 Men)
3-327 (400 Men)

1-320 Artillery (24 M119A1)
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9th Air Force Order Of Battle

US Navy Assets

CVW-11

HS-6 (100 Men) (4 CH-46, 4 SH-60F, 4 H-3)
VRC-30 (35 Men) (3 C-2A)
VAQ-135 (65 Men) (4 EA6B)
VAW-117 (75 Men) (4 E-2C)
VFA-14 (125 Men) (7 F/A-18D)
VF-41 (125 Men) (8 F-14D)
VA-35 (75 Men) (4 A-6E)
VS-30 (75 Men) (4 S-3B)

USAF Assets

1st Tac Ftr Wing
72nd Tac Ftr Sqn (75 Men) (4 F-16)
93rd Tac Ftr Sqn (75 Men) (4 F-15)
94th Tac Ftr Sqn (75 Men) (4 F-16)

4th Tac Ftr Wing
23rd Tac Ftr Sqn (75 Men) (4 A-10)
180th Tac Ftr Sqn (75 Men) (4 A-7D)
303rd Tac Ftr Sqn (75 Men) (4 A-10)

317th Tac Airlift Wing
357th Tac Airlift Sqn (200 Men) (8 C-130)
756th Tac Airlift Sqn (200 Men) (14 C-23)
81st Weather Recon Sqn (200 Men) (4 WC-130H)
32nd Aerial Refuelling Sqn (200 Men) (2 KC-10, 4 KC-130)

19th Support Wing
1721st Combat Control Sqn (45 Men) (4 Hughes 530)
915th Construction ENG Sqn (500 Men)
619th Combat Security Group (800 Men)
A Flight (400 Men) (4 M750Ac, 12 Peacekeeper AC, 4 V-150)
B Flight (400 Men) (4 M750Ac, 12 Peacekeeper AC, 4 V-150)
53rd Mobile Aerial Port Sqn (400 Men)
1st Aeromedical Evac Sqn (200 Men) (6 UH-60, 4 HH-3E)


East Africa Command

173rd Airborne Brigade (1500 Men)
1-503 (400 Men)
2-503 (400 Men)
3-503 (400 Men)
4-319 (300 Men) (18 M119A1)

10th Armored Cavalry Regiment (800 Men)
Hq Sqn (50 Men) (7 LAV SUPP)
1st Sqn (250 Men) (4 LAV81, 4 LAV90, 12 LAV25, 2 LAV-PIVAD, 10 LAV SUPP)
2nd Sqn (250 Men) (4 LAV81, 4 LAV90, 12 LAV25, 2 LAV-PIVAD, 10 LAV SUPP)
3rd Sqn (250 Men) (4 LAV81, 4 LAV90, 12 LAV25, 2 LAV-PIVAD, 10 LAV SUPP)

228th Assault Helo Bn (400 Men)
A Sqn (100 Men) (6 CH-47)
B Sqn (200 Men) (12 UH-1)
C Sqn (100 Men) (6 AH-1W)
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Panama Channel

193rd Infantry Brigade

HHC 193rd Infantry Brigade Fort Clayton (Diablo Heights, Pamana)
4/10 Inf (Light) Fort Davis (Gatun, Panama)
5/87 Inf (Light) Fort Kobbe (Pao Santo, Panama)
1/508 PIR (Abn) Fort Kobbe (Pao Santo, Panama)
193rd Support Bn Fort Clayton (Diablo Heights, Panama)
193rd Engineer Coy (Sep.) Fort Clayton (Diablo Heights, Panama)
1/228 Aviation (Assault) Fort Kobbe (Pao Santo, Panama)

Headquarters & Headquarters Company (Phantoms)
Alpha Company (Talons) with 10x UH-60A aircraft
Bravo Company (Sugarbears) with 4x CH-47D aircraft
U.S. Army Air Ambulance Detachment (Witchdoctors) with 4x UH-60A aircraft
Command & Control Detachment (Nomads) with 2x UH-60A (C2) aircraft.


Note: This order of battle was originally posted on Cris Callahan’s Twilight 2000 page which was dedicated to Twilight 2000 South America, specifically U.S. and other forces in Panama. The webpage disappeared awhile back and I have been unable to contact Cris. The order of battle is posted "as is" without editing. If anyone knows the original author, please have him send an email to orrin_ladd@yahoo.com
Order of Battle: Allied Forces
Presented here is a (hopefully) comprehensive OOB for SOUTHCOM-allied forces in Panama. Also discussed are other assorted forces which may be encountered by the PC's.
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NAVSPECWARGRU-2
Elements of the 2nd US Naval Special Warfare Group are present, including one SEAL Delivery Vehicle team, one Special Boat Unit, five Platoons of SEALS, and about two dozen support personnel (C2, logistics, etc.). All of these units are currently located at NAVSTAPANCANAL (Rodman).
SBU 26
•Assets: 2 Mk. V SOC, 2 PBL, 2 PBR Mk IV •Location: Rodman NS
SDV-2
Two of SDV-2's seven "Eight-Boats" (and accompanying personnel) were deployed to Rodman with the SEALs.
•Assets: 2 Mk. VIII SDV •Location: Rodman NS
SEALs
There are four SEAL platoons assigned to Rodman, though obviously their assignments take them all over the theatre. There is one squad assigned to NSGA Galeta to provide security, and one squad regularly assigned to the Firebolt.
•Manpower: 80 (5 platoons of 2 squads of 8) •Assets: No heavy assets (small arms and heavy weapons are the only indigenous firepower). •Location: NAVSTA Rodman; NSGA Galeta
HELSUPPSPECRON 5
This unit was attached to the NAVSPEWARGRU for its deployment to Panama.
•Location: Rodman NS •Assets: 3 HH-60J Jayhawk
PC-10 Firebolt
This is a Cyclone-class PC (Patrol, Coastal) vessel deployed from Norfolk to Panama to support NAVSOC missions. The ship's home port is now Rodman NS.
1st Marine Co. (Security)/ II MEF
This unit provides security for NAVSTA Rodman and the surrounding areas. Included in this unit are FAST and SRT teams.
•Manpower: 250 •Location; Rodman NS
Small Craft Co./ HQ Battalion/ 2d Marine Division
Currently located at Rodman NS. The USMC equivalent of the SBU.
•Manpower: 250 •Assets: 18 Riverine Assault Craft (RAC)
470th Military Intelligence Brigade
This unit is stationed at SOUTHCOM HQ, but actively deploys field intelligence gathering teams throughout the theatre. In addition, there is a small contingent at NSGA Galeta to help monitor equipment. The Brigade has Interrogation, EW, LRS, and CI BN. In addition, SOT-A's deploy with SOF forces when required.
•Manpower: 2300 •Assets: 1 JOV-1E Mohawk, 2 EH-60A Blackhawk/Quickfix II •Location: Ft. Clayton
JOTB
The Jungle Operations Training Brigade is stationed at the Jungle Operations Training Center (oddly enough), which is at Ft. Sherman. The JOTB, in addition to providing continuous training for both SOUTHCOM (including PPF) troops, has served as a LRRP, infantry, and SF unit when required.
•Manpower: 800 •Location: Ft. Sherman
1/228th Aviation Regiment
Provides Air-Assault capability to SOUTHCOM forces, in addition to more mundane transportation duties. Composed of three Co plus HHC.
•Manpower:1000 •Assets: 33 UH-60L (11 per Co) •Location: Ft. Clayton
D Co./3d BN/160th SOAR (Airborne)
This unit's stated mission is to provide support for USASOC forces in the Southern Area.
•Location: Ft. Sherman •Assets: 3 MH-60K Pavehawk, 1 AH-1F, 1 CH-54 Tarhe (Skycrane), 2 AH-6G Little Birds, 1 MH-47E
C Co./3d BN/7th SFG
C Co. is composed of 1 SFOD-B providing C2 for 6 SFOD-A's.
•Manpower: 300 •Location: Ft. Sherman (HQ)
193d Infantry BDE (Light)
The only American infantry unit currently in Panama.
•Manpower: 2300 •Location: Ft. Clayton •Assets: No heavy assets
536th Combat Engineer Battalion
The engineers build and maintain all military structures in the Southern Area. In addition, their duties include sanitation engineering, combat engineering, demolition, and just about any other engineering task one can think of. The biggest challenge for the 536th is currently the nation-building campaign designed to secure the confidence of the Panamanian populace. There is a small detachment at the Colon FTZ, maintaining the refinery.
•Location: Ft. Clayton •Manpower: 500, plus up to 500 Panamanian laborers and construction workers •Assets: 2 M9 ACE; Local construction equipment.
106th Signals BDE
This unit is responsible for installing and maintaining all military and government communication lines in the Southern Area. In addition, there is a small contingent at NSGA Galeta to constantly maintain the equipment there.
•Manpower: 400 •Location: Ft. Clayton
720th Military Police BN/89th MP BDE
Composed of four companies (64th,401st,410th,411th) which are responsible for the security of all US Army posts in Panama and SOUTHCOM Headquarters, as well as conducting LE and CT operations. There are detachments at NSGA Galeta and at the Colon refinery.
SOWT/10th Combat Weather Squadron
Several SOWT Teams was deployed to Panama to support SOCSOUTH.
•Manpower: 20 •Location: Howard AFB
Detachment 1/ 16th SOW
Detachment 1 of the USAF 16th Special Operations Wing is currently located at Howard AFB. This unit's mission is to provide support for SOCOM units in the Southern Area.
•Location: Howard AFB •Assets: 3 MH-53J Pave Low IIIE, 1 HH-60D Nighthawk, 1 AC-130H Spectre, 1 MC-130P Combat Shadow
310th Airlift Squadron
This unit contains elements of the 310th SQDN, the 24th Logistics, the 24th Maintenance, the 24th Weather, and the 630th Radar SQDN. This composite squadron is currently located at Howard AFB.
•Location: Howard AFB •Assets: 3 C-27A Spartan, 1 C-21A
Coronet-Nighthawk
Rotating detachments of ANG F-15 and F-16 aircraft which rotate through Howard AFB. Four to Six aircraft were deployed at one time, and the ANG units had to supply their own logistics and maintenance people.
•Manpower: 200 •Assets: 4 F-16 •Location: Howard AFB
Coronet-Oak
Rotating detachment of transport / logistics ANG units. These units had to supply their own maintenance and logistics people. The C-141 which is present currently spends more time in the maintenance hanger than in the air.
•Manpower: 200 •Assets: 1 C-141B •Location: Howard AFB
SOUTHCOM HQ BN
The CINCSOUTH has appropriated the two USCG HH-65A Dolphins which were present. In addition, SOUTHCOM has commandeered several (formerly) private civilian aircraft for "official government use". The Headquarters BN consists of about 700 people (mostly administrative), and includes representatives from the DIA, NSA, and USCG.
•Location: Ft. Clayton •Assets: 2 OH-58D, 2 HH-65A, 1 H-76 Eagle, 1 Boeing-Vertol 107, 1 Hughes 530 MG, 1 Bell 206L
CMAP
The CIA has its own air force (or remnants thereof) located at Panama City Airport (PAC), which is 27 km NE of Panama City. The actual CivGov HQ is in Panama City itself, and includes the State Department, DEA, and Customs Service personnel which were originally assigned to SOUTHCOM before the split.
•Assets: 1 UH-1, 2 Transall C-160, 2 HH-2C
CLET
The DEA Clandestine Lab Enforcement Teams provide personal security for CIA Station Chief Tucker, internal security for CivGov, and lead CIA covert operations throughout Latin America. The CLET teams are typically armed with SiG P-226 and Beretta 92F pistols; HK MP-5SF carbines and Colt 9mm SMG's.
•Manpower: 100 •Assets: 1 HH-60 Nighthawk •Location: Panama City
CONASEPUDEN
The Panamanian Public Security and National Defence Council. The operational arm is the "Presidential Protection Service". It is unclear why it requires 900 men with heavy weapons just to protect the President. The Service has a wide variety of infantry weapons, including: M16 and GALIL rifles, Uzi and MAC-10 SMG's, M60 MG's, M72 and RPG-18 RL's, and hand grenades.
PPF
The Public Protection Force was formed as an internal security force after Operation Just Cause concluded in 1991. Panama's constitution was changed to prohibit a standing army (like Costa Rica), but this amendment was discarded in 1998 in response to the changing world situation. The PPF then officially became the Panamanian armed forces. The PPF troops are primarily organized into infantry units, although there are some small coastal patrol units. There are about 20,000 soldiers stationed around Panama. They are equipped with M16A1/M16A2's, and possess only a handful of heavy weapons. PPF is under the control of SOUTHCOM, and many of the units are led by members of the US Army 5/87th Infantry, which was disbanded and dispersed throughout the PPF in an effort to improve the overall quality of the fighting force.
•Manpower: 20,000 •Assets: 1 Puma, 3 UH-1 (Albrook AFB); CG V-150, V-300 (common); 2 coastal patrol boats (typically surveilling the Colombian coast)
TJP
The Technical Judicial Police are assisting local police in providing internal security for Panama. They are armed with pistols, and a few SMG's / AR's. The TJP currently numbers about 5000 nationwide.
Order of Battle: Opposition Forces
Presented here is a (hopefully) comprehensive OOB for Opposition Forces in the Panama area. Also discussed are other assorted forces which may be encountered by the PC's.
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Colombian Army
A good portion of the remaining Colombian Army is under the control of the Drug Cartels. The majority, however, just don't care, and are more concerned with surviving than fighting. In the West, the cartels control 4 BDE, but they are moving over reinforcements from the East. The soldiers are armed with M14 and G3 rifles. In addition, they are in possession of several M20 and M40A1 RR, and a few M101 105mm howitzers.
•Manpower: 10,000 at present •Assets: 4 EE-3, 10 EE-9, 12 EE-11; 4 UH-60 •Location: Turbo, Santa Fé de Antioquia, MedellÃ*n
ELN
The National Liberation Army of Panama. This terrorist group is composed of people with a mixture of ideologies. Their common goal, however, is to drive the Americans out of Panama. The group is lightly armed (a few assault rifles, some pistols), but they are making increasing use of bombs. The devices they have produced so far have been crude and low-powered, but have been effective psychologically.
FARC
The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. This narcoguerrilla group is backed by the Colombian Cartels. The group is well armed, with military small arms and a few heavy weapons. FARC has teams operating in Eastern Panama. The group is increasingly dangerous. There are an estimated 2000-3000 members of this group. Some of these troops are conducting SO in Panama, some are fulfilling internal security roles inside Colombia.
FEAU
The Fuerzas Especiales Anti-Terroristas Urbanas (Urban Counter-Terrrorist Special Forces). This unit was formed with elements from the Colombian Army, Air Force, Marines, and National Police. The FEAU is now controlled by the Colombian Cartels (as they control the national government), and is known to be conducting guerrilla operations in Panama's Darien Province. A wide variety of weapons are employed, including: the AR-15, M16A2, GALIL (7.62mm), and M40 rifles; the Remington M870 SG; the HK MP-5 SMG; the M60 MG; the Beretta M92 and Browning HP pistols; and the M79 GL.
FSLN
The Sandinistas have recently become much more aggressive, and are again a full-fledged guerrilla group. They are trying to form an alliance with the Costa Rican guerrillas, and are going to attempt to mount a full-scale revolution in Nicaragua (again). They are armed with AKM rifles, but their ammunition supply is limited.
•Manpower: 10,000 •Location: Throughout Nicaragua
GRU
The GRU maintains a SIGINT installation at Lourdes, Cuba. Given the fact that the US is a common enemy, it is not surprising that the GRU has been known to provide the cartels with intelligence from time to time. There are a half-dozen Soviet advisors in Colombia training FARC personnel; they occassionally lead FARC raids into Panama.
Immediate Reaction Battalion
Old veterans of this COIN unit (originally formed to protect Costa Rica against Nicaraguan incursions during the Contra period), along with some other militia members, have begun to reform, gaining strength in the refugee camps along the borders. Though they are lightly armed (mostly small arms; a few RR's) , they are gaining support among the refugees because of the perception they are "doing something" about the current situation. The "something" they are doing is staging cross-border raids to steal food, supplies, weapons, and whatever loot they can haul away. Their motivations are more demagogic than altruistic, and they keep the lion's share of the food (and all of the loot) for themselves. The group began in the camps along the Panamanian border, but their activities have inspired like-minded individuals in the Nicaraguan camps. These groups enjoy the sympathy of the Costa Rican people. These marauding groups have recently formed a tribunal which meets in San José.
•Manpower: unknown, but increasing •Current Location: Any refugee camps; San José •Assets: 2 M113
MLN-29
National Liberation Movement-29. This Marxist Panamanian terrorist group is lightly armed and poorly organized. There are perhaps a few hundred members scattered throughout the countryside in Darien Province. Their weapons range from sporting rifles to a handful of assault rifles. Though the Colombian Cartels' motivations certainly do not coincide with their own, MLN-29 is more likely to attack allied forces, as they are seen as invaders.
the "Nazca Warriors"
A mercenary army currently in the employ of the Colombians. They don't particularly care for whom they work, as long as its the highest bidder (and the job isn't too outlandish). This group has been operating in South America for several years. The core of the "army" is a group of South African expatriates, each with several years service in the SADF. They have "gone native", and most now speak fluent Spanish, as well as (collectively) a half-dozen indian languages. This core has been augmented by indigenous mercenary-types from all over Latin America. The group took it's name from an ancient tribe of headhunters.
•Manpower: 400 men •Current Location: unknown; headquarters and supply depots in Cali, Bogotá •Assets: 1 S-58 (CH-34) Choctaw, 1 Westland Scout; 1 Scorpion, 1 CG Commando, 1 M101 105mm
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Orders of Battle Part I (the Howling Wilderness Version)

Civgov:

Military Region III
- 108th Infantry Division (3000 troops, 3 AFVs)
- 30th Engineer Brigade (1300 troops, 2 AFVs)
- 184th Infantry Brigade (1800 troops, 9 AFVs)
- 228th Infantry Brigade (1000 troops)

Note: most of Military Region III is meant to be displaced by Spring 2001 according to canon, with the 30th EB and 108th ID planning to move.

Military Region V
- 35th Engineer Brigade (1200 troops)
- 84th Infantry Division (3500 troops)
This area is supposedly stable but Civgov is apparently planning to move its HQ/Capitol to Wisconsin.

Milgov:

Strategic Reserve(CONUS)
- 100th ID (6000 troops, 6 tanks)
- Cadet Brigade (400 troops, 1 tank)

5th US Army
- 194th Armored Brigade (800 troops, 8 tanks)
- 197th Infantry Brigade (1500 troops, 13 tanks)

90th Corps
- 49th Armored Division (including School Brigade 2300 troops, 5 tanks)
- 95th Infantry Division (2000 troops, 1 tank)
(according to canon the Oklahoma enclaves will be wiped out at some point in the near future, the 90th Corps collapsing as a viable military unit)

122nd Corps
- 85th Infantry Division (300 troops)
- 98th Infantry Division (1000 troops, 3 tanks)
(while the Louisiana cantonments including the 85th will appartently also be wiped out, according to canon the 98th is successful in rooting out New American insurgency in Arkansas and s. Missouri, restoring order)

6th US Army
(including the 63rd Army Corps)
- 46th Infantry Division (1100 troops, 4 tanks)
- 49th MP Brigade (500 troops)
(The cantonments around Sacramento to San Francisco are expected to likely degenerate into local dictatorships and militias)

9th US Army
(including the 8th Army Corps)
- 47th Infantry Division (2000 troops)
- 104th Infantry Division (2000 troops, 2 tanks)
(The 104th while formerly involved in mineral exploration operations in Wyoming will apparently have to retreat into Idaho/Montana to deal with marauders, while the 47th is apparently cut off from regular Milgov supply routes by the New Americans in s. Idaho.)

78th Infantry Division (900 troops, 1 tank)
(Apparently the large enclave in eastern New Jersey will be reduced by about half its territory in the coming year)

As can probably be seen, this picture is very bleak indeed. It more or less suggests that law and order as presented by either government will be reduced to a single cantonment on the East Coast. With the fall of Oklahoma and California Milgov is basically reduced to: a single cantonment in NJ, the state of Arkansas plus Memphis TN, Colorado and parts of Idaho/Montana, and the NW corner of Washington. Civgov is reduced to the areas of e. Nebraska, w. Wisconsin and e. Minnesota, and a number of refugees and wandering military units. The question of whether the country can be unified is moot, the question as to whether civilization will survive in the USA is the real one.

The Alternate OOB

This alternate OOB presumes that Operation Omega actually had a real effect on the USA.

While maintaining the above OOBs, the following are added.

Civgov:

The 38th Infantry Division (4000 troops) heads as a cohesive unit to the midwest, intending to return home. Regardless of former service only Civgov is attempting to restore order in this region, therefore they realign to this service.

The 28th Infantry Division (1000 troops) returns to Pennsylvania, where it ends up working along with the 228th Infantry Division to begin restoring order in the area around Harrisburg and the lower parts of the state.

Milgov:

7th US Army

I Corps, consisting of the 3rd Mechanized Division, 6th Infantry Division (L), 1st Mechanized Division add up to roughly 11,000 troops, which are depicted in "Going Home" as being part of cohesive units.

V Corps
3rd Armored Division (5000 troops)
44th Armored Division (3000 troops, brought up to strength by troops from other units)
278th Armored Cavalry Regiment (400 troops)
4th Infantry Division (2000 troops)

The 7th Army could certainly be used to drive out the remnants of the invasion force in Texas and link up with 5th Army. There are any number of possibilities.

As can be seen, in this scenario Milgov definitely gets the upper hand but there is also a strong chance of restoring order in a larger region than that above. It makes the survival of the nation a real possibility.

I know this has been discussed before, but I've reached a crucial moment in my campaign where my players must be made aware of the extent of the situation in the USA. Obviously whichever scenario I go with will have a huge impact on what happens and what my players feel is possible.
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THE FBI IN THE YEAR 2000

Director Anthony Gonzalez
Director Cavelli

Current Organization
1000 special agents and other Bureau employees.
Counter-Intelligence Teams (CIT): Team members typically only carry service sidearms, but have access to limited quantities of military small arms, as necessary. Generally, they are exclusively investigative in nature.
Team One in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Team Two is in Omaha, Nebraska. Teams Three and Four are based out of Memphis. Team Five is in Georgia. Team Six is based out of Sacramento, California.
Intelligence (INTEL) Teams: INTEL teams work in close association with CIA and DIA assets. INTEL “teams” typically consist of one to three agents, either engaged in direct intelligence gathering, or in running locally recruited agents. Team One operates out of FBI Provisional Headquarters in Denver. Teams Two through Five are scattered through the US interior from Colorado Springs to Memphis. Team Six, which is only in sporadic contact with Denver, is operating in southern Georgia and northern Florida.
Special Tactical Response (“STAR”) Teams: These units are based on the prewar Hostage Rescue Team, and are employed as paramilitary units. The basic STAR team is an eleven man unit, consisting of a team leader, a two man sniper team, and two 4-man tactical teams.
Armarment : mixture of MP-5 sumachineguns, M16 and/or M4 rifles, sniper rifles, and pump shotguns. All team members will carry one (sometimes two) handguns as sidearms and they will be partially equipped with kevlar body armor and helmets.

Field Offices
It will consist of approximately fifty personnel, total (around half will be special agents).
Provisional FBI Headquarters, Denver: The Denver office currently serves as provisional Bureau headquarters as well as the center for operations in the mountain states.
Cheyenne Branch Office: It is primarily tasked with investigative duties, trying to uncover information concerning New America activities in the Wyoming-Montana-Idaho area.
Colorado Springs Office: Concerned with counter-intelligence within the MilGov capital.
Columbus Field Office: It is primarily tasked with operating against New America enclaves in Florida.
Fredericksburg Field Office: Made up of surviving FBI personnel from Washington DC.
Honolulu Field Office: The Honolulu office, like Hawaii, is effectively independent.
Memphis Field Office: This office is presently working in south-central states. Agents can be found anywhere between southern Illinois down into Tennessee, Mississippi and Alabama.
Omaha Field Office: It is primarily concerned with counter-intelligence activities.
Sacramento Field Office: It is relatively large (70 special agents and twice that number of administrative and support personnel).
Seattle Field Office: A small office operating in the Pacific Northwest.
Section Six, Intelligence Support Agency: Section Six operatives can be found operating in any pro-western nation in the Middle East. Permanent offices are located in Iran, Israel, and Saudi Arabia.
United Kingdom Foreign Liaison Office (UKFLO): They are working in close association with MI-5.

Alabama Military Units

- 59th Ordnance Brigade
Subordination: Officially under the command of 5th US Army, but largely autonomous
Current Location: Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
Manpower: 2800 (including 1600 militia)
Tanks: 2 M48

- 832nd Ordnance Battalion (Infantry)
Subordination: 59th Ordnance Brigade
Current Location: Browns Ferry Nuclear Power Plant and Guntersville Dam
Manpower: 400 (200 at each site)
Tanks: 2 M48, 2 M2A2 Bradleys, 2 M6 Linebackers, 2 LAV-ADA, 2 M113A3, 1 Gepard SPAA, 1 ZSU-23-2, 1 ZSU-30-4.
- 787th Military Police Battalion
Subordination: 59th Ordnance Brigade
Current Location: Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
Manpower: 500
Tanks: 0
- 1st Provisional Battalion (Alabama Volunteers)
Subordination: 59th Ordnance Brigade
Current Location: Huntsville, Alabama
Manpower: 800 (200 on duty at any time)
Tanks: 0
- 2nd Provisional Battalion (Alabama Volunteers)
Subordination: 59th Ordnance Brigade
Current Location: Madison, Alabama
Manpower: 800 (200 on duty at any time)
Tanks: 0
- 159th Marine Rifle Company (Provisional)
Subordination: 59th Ordnance Brigade
Current Location: Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
Manpower: 60
Tanks: 0
- 259th Avenger Company (Provisional)
Subordination: 59th Ordnance Brigade
Current Location: Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
Manpower: 50
AFV Strength: 4 Avenger ADA vehicles, 3 Fox NBC Recon, 4 M-150 ASVs
- 359th Mounted Reconnaissance Company (Provisional)
Subordination: 59th Brigade
Current Location: Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
Manpower: 75
Tanks: 0

Virginia
Governor Henry Rowe.
By 2001 population had dropped to just 2.2 million augmented by refugees from the North.

Forces in the region include:
129th Infantry, 1st BDE:
HQ Location: Fort Lee
Manpower: 1500
Tanks: 7 M60, 3 M60 CVE
Non-Federal State assets:
Virginia Defense Force:
HQ Location: Richmond
Manpower: 500 full time, 2000 partime cadre
Tanks: None
Virginia State Police.
New America: Numerous NA sympathetic cells exist in the Western mountains.

Character Details
Captain Charlotte 'Mac' McKenzie : MI6 operative
Flight Lieutenant Matt Daark : 33 Squadron, Royal Air Force
Colonel Rik Goodman : US 6th Light Infantry
Colonel Alan Jones : MI6
Major-General Mikhail Straczynski : GRU officer attached to spetznaz unit SSD-1156
Major Kate Carling : King's Own Hussars
Jane Bayard : Civilian doctor from Malbork, Poland.

Civgov’s Maritime Fleet

US 10th Flotilla
Current Fleet Headquarters Location: Beuafort, South Carolina
SUBMARINES
USS Birmingham (Los Angeles Class: SSN-695)
USS Daniel Boone (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-629)
USS James C. Calhoun (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-630)
USS Trepang (Sturgeon Class: SSN-674)
CRUISERS
USS Biddle (Belknap Class: CG-34)
USS Dale (Leahy Class: CG-16)
USS Halsey (Leahy Class: CG-23) (Flagship of the 10th Flotilla)
DESTROYERS
USS Hoel (Charles F. Adams Class: DDG-13)
USS Tattnall (Charles F. Adams Class: DDG-19)
FRIGATES
USS Antrim (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-20)
USS Brumby (Garcia Class: FF-1044)
AUXILLARIES OF NOTE
USS Adroit (Acme Class: MSO-509)
USS Engage (Elusive Class: MSO-433)
USS Excel (Agressive Class: MSO-439)
USS Leader (Agressive Class: MSO-490)
COAST GUARD
USCG Baranof (Island Class: WPB-1318)
USCG Persistant (Stalwart Class: USNS T-AGOS 6)

US 11th Flotilla
Current Flotilla Headquarters Location: Biscayne Bay & Deadman Bay, Florida
SUBMARINES
USS Bremerton (Los Angeles Class: SSN-698)
USS Cavalla (Los Angeles Class: SSN-686)
USS Casimir Pulaski (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-633)
USS Von Steuben (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-632)
ARCRAFT CARRIER
USS Yorktown (Essex Class Fleet Carrier: CV-10) (Flagship of the 11th Flotilla) CUISERS
USS England (Leahy Class: CG-22)
USS Fox (Belknap Class: CG-33)
USS Gridley (Leahy Class: CG-21)
DESTROYERS
USS Dahlgren (Coontz Class: DDG-43)
USS Goldsborough (C.F. Adams Class: DDG-20)
USS King (Coontz Class: DDG-41)
FRIGATE
USS Reid (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-30)
AUXILLARIES
USS Dextrose (Avenger Class: MCM-13)
USS Exploit (Aggressive Class: MSO-440)
USS Exultant (Aggressive Class: MSO-441)
USS Impervious (Aggressive Class: MSO-449)
COAST GUARD
USCG Yacona (Achusnet Class: WMEC-168)


U.S. Naval Taskforces
(Those Not Assigned To Foreign Combat Zones)

U.S. Navy Taskforce 73-Atlantic Defense Fleet
Post-War Headquarters: Groton, Conneticut
SUBMARINES
USS Birmingham (Los Angeles Class: SSN-695)
USS Bremerton (Los Angeles Class: SSN-698)
USS Cincinnati (Los Angeles Class: SSN-693)
USS Finback (Sturgeon Class: SSN-670)
USS Grayling (Sturgeon Class: SSN-646)
USS New York City (Los Angeles Class: SSN-696)
USS Omaha (Los Angeles Class: SSN-692)
USS Silversides (Sturgeon Class: SSN-679)
USS Simon Bolivar (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-641)
USS Spadefish (Sturgeon Class: SSN-668)
USS Stonewall Jackson (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-634)
USS Sunfish (Sturegon Class: SSN-649)
AIRCRAFT CARRIER
USS America (Kitty Hawk Class: CV-66)
CRUISERS
USS Belknap (Belknap Class: CG-26)
USS Truxtun (Truxtun Class: CGN-35)
USS Wainwright (Belknap Class: CG-28)
DESTROYERS
USS Chandler (Spruance-Kidd Class: DDG-996)
USS Elliott (Spruance Class: DD-967)
USS Scott (Spruance-Kidd Class: DDG-995)
FRIGATES
USS Antrim (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-20)
USS Brumby (Garcia Class: FF-1044)
USS Flatley (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-21)
USS Richard L. Page (Brooke Class: FFG-5)
USS Oliver Hazard Perry (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-7)
USS Marlon S. Tisdale (Oliver Hazard Perry Class:FFG-27)
AUXILLARIES OF NOTE
USS Pioneer (Avenger Class: MCM-9)
USS Warrior (Avenger Class: MCM-10)

U.S. Navy Task Force 74-Pacific Defense Fleet:
Post-War Headquarters: San Diego, California
SUBMARINES
USS Bergall (Sturgeon Class: SSN-667)
USS Denver (Los Angeles Class: SSN-774)
USS Finback (Sturgeon Class: SSN-670)
USS Francis Scott Key (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-657)
USS Grayling (Sturgeon Class: SSN-646)
USS Gurnard (Sturgeon Class: SSN-662)
USS Puffer (Sturgeon Class: SSN-652)
USS Seattle (Los Angeles Class: SSN-775)
USS Sturgeon (Sturgeon Class: SSN-637)
USS Trautog (Sturgeon Class: SSN-639)
USS Mariano G. Vallejo (Benjamin Franklin Class: SSBN-658)
AIRCRAFT CARRIER
USS Ranger (Forrestal Class: CV-61)
CRUSIERS
USS Monterey (Ticonderoga Class: CG-61)
USS Phillipine Sea (Ticonderoga Class: CG-58)
USS Princeton (Ticonderoga Class: CG-59)
DESTROYERS
USS John Paul Jones (Arleigh Burke Class: DDG-53)
USS O’Kane (Arleigh Burke Class: DDG-77)
USS Laboon (Arleigh Burke Class: DDG-58)
USS Russell (Arleigh Burke Class: DDG-59)
USS Spruance (Spruance Class: DD-963)
FRIGATES
USS Carr (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-52)
USS Gary (Oliver Hazard Peryy Class: FFG-51)
USS Lewis B. Puller (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-23)
USS Samuel B. Roberts (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-58)
USS Stark (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-31)
USS Underwood (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-36)
AUXILLARIES OF NOTE
USS Dextrous (Avenger Class: MCM-13)
USS Chief (Avenger Class: MCM-14)

U.S. Navy Task Force 76-Carribean Defense Fleet
Post-War Headquarters: Key West, Florida
SUBMARINES
USS Billfish (Sturgeon Class: SSN-676)
USS Bluefish (Sturgeon Class: SSN-675)
USS Kansas City-Missouri (Los Angeles Class: SSN-776)
USS Pintado (Sturgeon Class: SSN-672)
USS Pogy (Sturgeon Class: SSN-647)
USS Seahorse (Sturgeon Class: SSN-669)
CRUISERS
USS Florida (Virgiana Class: CG-42)
USS Midway (Ticonderoga Class: CG-74)
USS South Carolina (Virgiana Class: CGN-37)
DESTROYERS
USS Caron (Spruance Class: DD-970)
USS Conolly (Spruance Class: DD-979)
USS Fletcher (Spruance Class: DD-992)
USS John Young (Spruance Class: DD-973)
FRIGATES
USS Elrod (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-55)
USS Aubrey Fitch (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-34)
USS Kauffman (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-59)
USS Reid (Oliver Hazard Perry Class: FFG-30)
AUXILLARIES
USS Cardninal (Osprey Class: MHC-60)
USS Raven (Osprey Class: MHC-61)
USS Shrike (Osprey Class: MHC-62)
COAST GUARD
USCG Pertel (WSES-4)
USCG Point Arena (WPB-82346)
USCG Point Divide (WPB-82337)
USCG Sea Hawk (WSES-2)
USCG Shearwater (WSES-3)
PATROL CRAFT
USS Cyclone (PC-1)
USS Tempest (PC-2)
USS Hurricane (PC-3)
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Ft. Lewis Units

1st Brigade, 25th ID "Lancers"
1/33rd Armor Battalion
1/24th Infantry Battalion
2/8th Field Artillery Battalion
1/5th Infantry Battalion

3rd Brigade, 2nd ID "Arrowhead"
1/23rd Infantry Battalion
1/37th Field Artillery Battalion
168th Engineering Battalion
296th Forward Support Battalion
1/14th Cavalry
5/20th Infantry Battalion

2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment
201st Military Intelligence Battalion
7th Brigade, 104th Division (Institutional Training)
1st Military Police Brigade
62nd Medical Group

Washington State National Guard

81st Infantry Brigade "Ravens"
1/185th Armor Battalion
1/303rd Armor Battalion
Troop E, 303rd Cavalry
2/146th Field Artillery Battalion

Oregon State National Guard

41st Seperate Infantry Brigade "Sunset Brigade"
2/218th Field Artillery Battalion
3/116th Cavalry
1/82nd Cavalry
641st Medical Battalion
1249th Engineer Battalion
1/162nd Infantry Battalion
2/162nd Infantry Battalion
1/186th Infantry Battalion

173rd Fighter Wing
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