Calbe was employed by company run by himself and Crusadercarl, Greymouth Grain. In the past he has worked in both Australia, and Israel, both of which he formerly resided for a while. He has worked for a variety of different bosses, the most influential to him was Schoft, who taught him the basics of General Management and how to run a successful business.
This Squad was later renamed by the Squad Commander Aussie Vegeta, to Super-Saiyan Koala's. He continued to serve until he attained the former rank of Field Marshal and subsequently joined the Dropbears.
On the 15th of December, He was appointed Marshal of the Australian Army Reserves, which he commanded through the Brazil invasion. This led him to re-design the layout of this Military Division, to provide more options to the Prime Minister in times of war. With the Election of Cottus Arci, Calbe was appointed the Deputy Commander in Chief, the Deputy in command of the Australian Military.
Following his resignation from the Dropbears, Calbe became inactive for the majority of v2, until the announcement of the introduction of New Zealand. He subsequently joined the NZDF being setup at the time, became a Platoon CO of Platoon I, later renamed Black Sheep.
With the announcement of candidacy for the Inaugural Country Presidency, calbe resigned from Plt. CO to focus on Politics leading up to the November 5th elections.
Calbe has reached the military rank of Colonel*.
Calbe was elected into Senate in the month of December, being elected on December 25, 2009.
He also tried for, and succeeded in, winning election as the Deputy Speaker of the Senate.
He also aided the Provisional Government in the Congress elections by running for PP of what became the New Zealand Union Party.
On the 5th of November, Calbe became the Inaugural Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Calbe owns the organisation Kelp Industries. which runs the companies Greymouth Grain and Lamb Chop.
Calbe previously owned Kelp Weapons, a Q1 Weapons company in Greece, but he sold it due to time pressures.
Calbe owns the newspaper, a newspaper meant to provide short, small and funny; quotes, jokes and interesting thoughts to keep people amused.