Armed Forces of Argentina
The Argentine Armed Forces, (in Spanish Fuerzas Armadas Argentinas), are controlled by the Commander-in-Chief (the President), the Minister of Defense (one of the Generals of the Fuerzas Armadas Argentinas) and with the assistance of the joint staff of Generals of the Fuerzas Armadas Argentinas.
The army is organized as follows:
- Argentine National Army
- Rotorian Guard
- Regular Army
- Mobile Group
The Academy is responsible for preparing the newly enlisted soldiers to serve properly, for which they are asigned with a group of trainers who internally have the rank of Sergeants.
Argentine National Army
Graduates of the Academy are promoted to the ANN (Argentine National Army). Once there, they have to choose to be in one of its 3 bodies:
Low availability. Regiments of 20 soldiers listed as maxhit or maximum damage.
Average availability. This body has 6 divisions with a constant number of soldiers.
High availability. Only two divisions for this body and extra requierements.
The Argentine military was born in August 2008 during Gush administration. It was later developed by the several ministers in charge.
Logos of each body: