Pacific-Asian Compact for Mutually-Assured Neutrality
PACMAN was a regional defensive alliance between the nations of Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore which combines their military management into the Pacmen.
Charter of PACMAN
For the Charter of PACMAN, see Charter of PACMAN
History of PACMAN
PACMAN grew out of the SEA(South-East Asia) proposal, or the merging of Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore into one nation. Due to the troubles of citizenship, Resistance Wars, and costs, PACMAN was derived as achieving similar goals at a much lesser long-term cost with a unified military. The idea was born on November 29th, and by the end of the 30th, a charter had been written and submitted to the three nations' congresses.
On December 2nd, both the Philippines and Malaysia had signed the Charter, and are waiting on Singapore to do the same.
PACMAN has only one administrative role, the management of Pacmen, which is handled by the PACMAN Ministry of Defense.
Minister of Defense