South Korean Guard
The South Korean Guard was founded by former South Korea president, Spade, during the Republic of 798. It is currently under the command of the country's Minister of Defense., Arjay Phoenician. The Guard actively serves as South Korea's national line of defense and support for her citizens and her allies.
Founding of the Guard
The South Korean Guard was founded by former South Korean President, Spade, during the Republic of 798, shortly after the Theocrats announced their intentions to leave the country after five months in power. During the transfer of power, the South Korean Guard was formed alongside the Crimson Tigers in order to fill the military absence. A Mutual Protection Pact (MPP) was signed with Malaysia shortly after for the sake of war games.
Second War with Japan
The following nations are in current possession of a Mutual Protection Pact (MPP) with South Korea and are hereby considered allies.