Pakistani Peace Corps
Every Pakistani, young and old, weak and strong, man or woman, was expected to join the Peace Corps of Pakistan. The vast majority of its soldiers have one-to-two month head-start in training on the other military superpowers. Pakistan has repeatedly expressed desire to unite the world under its banner, bringing 'true peace' to the fractured and warlike peoples of foreign nations.
There were two major lines of service one could experience in the Peace Corps.
The first was homeland security. Due to many nations believing that Pakistan is a dictatorship, it was necessary to maintain a small force to defend the homeland in the event of attack by enemies.
The Pakistani Mobile Forces (PMF)
The second option for military service in Pakistan was the PMF. Only those with over 4 Strength could become part of one of the three platoons that are part of the mobile forces. Led by the President himself, who was giving his orders to the PMF commander (Altnabla at the time). This force was in charge of maintaining Dio's occupation in foreign lands.
The risks were high when one was part of the PMF. A soldier might not return home to Pakistan after several days, and may suffer severe injuries. However, most o the Pakistanis have stated that the happiness of attacking other nations in the world pushed them forward.
The PMF was created for a better coordination with the PEACEkeepers of the PEACE global community. It was designed to act as an international security force.
Here is a list of the squads the PMF is divided into, along with the last known leaders.
- Lieutenant: Rimtlan
Platoon A was the most populated platoon with a very high efficiency rating. It was equipped and capable of striking any country within two days. Rimtlan was a previous Squad Leader in the 300, his skills have been praised multiple times by Dio himself and under the reformed PMF, he has been praised many time for his quick responsiveness. Platoon A was the biceps of Pakistan, the central and main Platoon, the one that was needed in dark times and the one that would make most the job. Platoon A was the main platoon to engage during World War I and it was also the one that successfully defended, along with other PEACEkeepers, the Northern Great Plain the first day of combat.
Platoon B (Beeees)
- Lieutenant: Beeman
Platoon B was the most experienced and responsive Platoon of the whole PMF. They took part in the Tiananmen Operation that consisted of crushing an attempted takeover from multiple people willing to claim some part of China for their own, disrespecting the former Chinese citizens that willingly took part of the merge. This group known as CLF, claimed to be Chinese as previous records on their profile clearly shown that they were either Romanian, Swedish or American. Platoon B has been praised for its action and several members have been awarded the Sandworm Cavalry award. Roughly 77% of the platoon was able to move from their former location to Changdu within 24 hours, according to the PSF report, these rates are the highest ever seen for such a large group. Beeman was a former 100 Squad Leader as well and took part in several operations in the past.
- Lieutenant: Bismarck
Platoon C was led by Bismarck, while Bismarck was in the 100 as well, he wasn't Squad Leader but has been serving under the last commander of the PMF as his right arm. He was known for taking care of the Meatshield Report, newspaper that was used to broadcast operation orders. While Platoon C was known to have some problems, it was also known for being the Pakistani Platoon with the highest average strength, comprising members such as Petar Molyneuxan (one of the first Pakistani to obtain 7.00 STR). After the restructure of the platoon, it was expected that this squad would become the strongest platoon of the PMF.
The Pakistani Special Forces
Not much was known about the PSF. True purposes, composition and operation were not released to public eyes. However, it was known that the PSF is the eyes and the thumb of the PMF, making the balance shift in crucial times and informing the PMF about important events inside and outside Pakistan.
The PSF was under the orders of AgentChieftain. He was in charge of recruiting and organizing the force. It was not necessary to try to PM him to enter the PSF since he will choose himself or upon Dio recommendation who should join the Force.
The PSF already intervened in many countries and took care of four operations within Pakistan, not a single detail has ever been given about what the operations were.
The Ghandinagar Squad was lead by Sandtux. It served as a training camp for any recruits that wished to gain more expertise before joining the PMF or the PSF. It was designed for every Pakistani under 4 strength, as long as they are ready to pay for everything they'll need during the operations.
Gsquad was previously a private army owned by Sandtux to defend the Indian population against various people willing to take over it. During the Pakistani Military Restructuring, Sandtux asked for an inclusion into the the Reformed Military, which was done.
The Pakistani Peace Corps first saw action toward the end of the USA-Canada War. After Canada's gaining of widespread international support, the USA was presumed doomed. In an effort to capitalize on the war and give soldiers actual combat experience, Dio Brando sent one Mobile Forces squad to Honolulu to fight for the US. Pakistani troops were withdrawn after the war with minimal conflict. That month, the rest of the 300 were welcomed in the streets of Indian cities.
In the beginning of May, at least one Mobile Forces squad and the Eggs-treme squad were deployed to Germany to stop Swedish aggression in Germany. Unfortunately, due to the lack of a hospital in Germany, the Pakistanis could do little to halt wave after wave of Swedes and eventually withdrew. Meanwhile, on the home-front, Pakistani troops had to deal with foreign insurgents during the unification with China.
After the bitter defeat in Germany, Pakistan came to the aid of its allies France and Italy in their attempt to eliminate NA influence in Western Europe. Though the French and Italians could have easily handled the situation without Pakistani aid, Pakistan's zeal in the war greatly increased relations with the two nations and with the MA in general.
The heaviest fighting Pakistan has seen to date was in late-May and early-June 2008. The shattered German nation declared war on the tiny, inactive nation of Poland. Pakistan again pledged support for its ally and sent the bulk of the 300 to Sarrbrucken, home of Germany's then-highest ranking hospital, a Q3. The war was met with fierce opposition as hundreds of Swedish, Spanish, American, and other foreigners flocked to Honolulu to take advantage of its Q4 hospital and US's MPP with Poland. After days of grinding battle, the coalition forces folded and the German-Pakistani forces emerged victorious.
Late August, the Pakistani Military was restructured into the Pakistani Mobile Forces and the Pakistani Special Forces, as well integrating Gsquad as an official military organ. While Homeland Security was left untouched, the 300 was mainly transferred to the PMF, making all citizens capable of mobile operations. An inventive and unique in the world system was created by the higher-ups of the 300 to make the PMF able to monitor the whole army. It is now faster and capable of operating operations without using newspapers, making all operations a secret of the public if needed. Many guidelines have been issued on how to carry on quick and large operations. The PMF commander has claimed many times that the PMF is currently able to defending against or taking over any country under a thousand people on its own. Unfortunately, the World War I began in the middle of the restructuring, the PMF had some difficulties to organize itself in the first day of the war since most members were not yet drafter in or anything. Many Sergeant were formed on the battlefield and sometimes had not clue on how to proceed.
In September, with the PMF being almost completed, Platoon B carried an operation in Pakistan to prevent a group of fake Chinese to take over Chengdu and two other regions of PakiChina. The operation was a complete success with the mission being more than accomplished.
Revival and end
Waruda revived the Military Unit into service once again in March 2016 (Day 3027), after it was renamed for a short time as Stone Ocean and in Summer 2016 the PPC become Special Services Group military unit.