United States Airborne
The Airborne was an American based private militia that serves as a powerful group of soldiers dedicated to serving the interests of the United States of America both at home and abroad. The Airborne branch of the US military was younger than its older siblings, the Army and the Marine Corps, having been formed in May 2009.
The Airborne was the second-strongest and second-most active branch of the US military, ranking only behind the Marine Corps. The last known minimum requirements necessary to join this branch of the American military can be found below.
Past Generals and Lieutenant Generals
|Commanding Officer||Executive Officer||Sergeant Major||Length of Service|
|Leroy Combs||Armandez||Unknown - June 24, 2009|
|Joshua Hoss||Maxmillian VonWillebrand||June 24, 2009 - Unknown|
|Maxmillian VonWillebrand||The Spartan||Unknown - Unknown|
|The Spartan||Channing||Dreamer_KF||Unknown - Unknown|
|Maxmillian VonWillebrand||Unknown - March 5, 2010|
|Channing||William T. Mountain||March 5, 2010 - Unknown|
|Dreamer_KF||Unknown - Unknown|
|Squall90||Unknown - Unknown|
|Cyber Witch||ChubbZilla||April 5, 2011 - November 2011|
|ChubbZilla||November 2011 - February 2012|
|ChubbZilla||February 2012 - March 2013|
|Ruthain||March 2013 - October 2013|
|vrpanch||October 2013 - End of 2014 (est)|
The Airborne was officially formed on May 25, 2009, Day 549 of the New World. At its head then was General Leroy Combs. Combs and his second in command, Armandez, originally started the Airborne's forces with two platoons: the 82nd and 101st Airborne Battalions. As a middle ground between the medium strength requirements of the United States Army and the high needs of the United States Marine Corps, the Airborne quickly gained members. Control of the AB moved to former 101st colonel, Joshua Hoss, on June 24, 2009, when Leroy Combs retired from the AB and transferred to the USMC. Hoss would later leave the military to attempt a run at the American presidency. Maxmillian VonWillebrand, who was the original colonel of the other division, the 82nd Airborne, would then take command of the AB.
The eUS Airborne consisted of two divisions, the 82nd Division and the 101st Division. Each Division had two platoons. Each platoon was commanded by a PCO, followed by a PXO. Each platoon consisted of 5-10 soldiers.
|101st Division||Rank||Commanding Officer||Rank||Executive Officer|
|Division Command||Colonel||Nfin||Lt. Colonel||Grimstone|
|1st Platoon||1st Lieutenant||Greenday4537||2nd Lieutenant||OPEN|
|2nd Platoon||1st Lieutenant||Zonmei||2nd Lieutenant||OPEN|
|82nd Division||Rank||Commanding Officer||Rank||Executive Officer|
|Division Command||Colonel||K9Fun661||Lt. Colonel||BTTrambly|
|1st Platoon||1st Lieutenant||Brickwall||2nd Lieutenant||29HEK|
|2nd Platoon||1st Lieutenant||doki1919||2nd Lieutenant||OPEN|
11th (US) Airborne Division was the last division added to the Airborne, and later first to be removed.
XVIII Airborne Corps
The official name of the Airborne's High Command, the XVIII Airborne Corps "Sky Dragons" was the structure which kept the branch alive and the blood pumping. Within the XVIII Airborne Corps is the Quarter Master General's Office (QMG), which was the chief logistical body of the Airborne. The QMG was operated independent of any specific branch, and had offices within the branches for micro-distribution. The XVIII Airborne Corps was renowned for quick deployment, secretive attacks on hostile targets, and thorough discipline within the ranks and command structure.
Logistics & Infrastructure
The Quartermaster General's (QMG) Office is the primary logistical outlet of the Airborne. It was tasked with supplying and outfitting personnel with the appropriate gear and weapons for warfare to complete missions in quick and due time. It spaned a large assortment of branch-owned companies, financial assets within the structure, and other business and production related elements.
Under its administrative jurisdiction is a full complement of companies which produce rifles, tanks, helicopters, and artillery. To complement this, iron mines also are under their management.
- As side projects, an assorted array of Moving ticket, Housing and Oil establishments complement the war-based efficiency factories.
Military Ranks and Positions of the United States Airborne
|Private||Private First Class||Corporal||Sergeant||Staff Sergeant||Master Sergeant||Sergeant Major||Specialist|