Federation Military Organization and Command Structures

Fielded Military Power:

Federation Defense Forces: 23,512
Esseraki Defense Forces: 38,094
Lurossi Imperial Defense Forces: 17,821
Quar Allied Forces: 7,627
Anssonian Armed Forces: 54,183
Dradenian Armed Forces: 19,744

Total Fielded Military Personnel: 160,981

Federation Civil Defense Personnel: 18,184

Federation Civil Defense Force

The Federation Civil Defense Force in Lutezzik plays a crucial role in safeguarding the nation’s domestic security and responding to various emergencies and disasters. As a domestic agency similar to the US National Guard, the Civil Defense Force is responsible for providing protection and support to the Federation’s citizens, infrastructure, and critical assets. They are trained and equipped to handle a wide range of challenges, including natural disasters, civil unrest, terrorist threats, and other emergencies. The Force also plays a vital role in disaster response and recovery, assisting in search and rescue operations, providing medical aid, and coordinating relief efforts. Additionally, they work closely with law enforcement agencies to maintain order during crises while upholding civil liberties. The Federation Civil Defense Force is known for its rapid response capabilities and adaptability, ensuring the safety and well-being of the Federation’s population and contributing to the overall stability and security of the nation.

The Ranks of the Federation Civil Defense Force


  • Sentinel Recruit
  • Sentinel Apprentice
  • Guardian
  • Protector
  • Centurion
  • Shieldbearer
  • Sentinel Sergeant/Guardian Sergeant
  • Shieldbearer Sergeant
  • Sentinel Master Sergeant/Shieldbearer Master Sergeant
  • Chief Master Sergeant of the Federation Civil Defense Forces


  • Guardian Lieutenant
  • Shieldbearer Lieutenant
  • Sentinel Captain
  • Sentinel Major
  • Guardian Major
  • Centurion Major
  • Sentinel Lieutenant Colonel/ Warden Lieutenant Colonel
  • Centurion General
  • Sentinel General
  • General
  • Chief of Staff of the Federation Civil Defense Force

Federation Defense Forces

The Federation Defense Force (FDF) is the unified military organization of the Federation of Lutezzik, responsible for safeguarding the nation’s security and sovereignty. As a multi-branch military force, the FDF comprises the Army, Navy/Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Air Force, each tasked with specific roles and responsibilities. The primary mission of the FDF is to defend the Federation against external threats, maintain territorial integrity, and support peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts both within the nation and abroad. Additionally, the FDF plays a crucial role in disaster response and civil defense, assisting civilian authorities during natural calamities and emergencies. The FDF is guided by principles of discipline, professionalism, and respect for human rights. It strives to be a capable and modern military, adopting cutting-edge technology and training methods to effectively counter contemporary challenges. The FDF also cooperates with regional and international partners to promote regional stability and global peace. As a symbol of national unity and strength, the Federation Defense Force stands as a bulwark against any potential threats to the nation’s security and interests.

Army Ranks:


  • Fusilier Apprentice
  • Fusilier
  • Corporal Fusilier
  • Lance Sergeant
  • Sergeant
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Master Sergeant
  • Sergeant Major
  • Command Sergeant Major
  • Regimental Sergeant Major
  • Command Sergeant Major of the Army


  • Ensign
  • Lieutenant
  • Vanguard Captain
  • Sentinel Major
  • Shieldbearer Colonel
  • Brigadier Guardian
  • Paladin Major General
  • Paladin Lieutenant Marshal
  • Paladin Marshal
  • General Warden
  • Commanding General Warden of the Army

Navy/Coast Guard Ranks:


  • Seafarer Recruit
  • Seafarer Apprentice
  • Mariner
  • Coastal Scout
  • Aquanaut Third Class
  • Aquanaut Second Class
  • Aquanaut First Class
  • Naval Gunner Second Class
  • Naval Gunner First Class
  • Coastal Warden/Chief Aquanaut
  • Senior Chief Aquanaut
  • Master Chief Mariner


  • Sub-Lieutenant Seafarer
  • Lieutenant Seafarer
  • Commander
  • Aquanaut Captain
  • Commodore, Coastal/ Commodore, Nautical
  • Rear Admiral, Coastal/ Rear Admiral, Nautical
  • Vice Admiral, Nautical
  • Admiral, Maritime/ Admiral, Operations
  • Fleet Admiral
  • Chief of Naval Operations

Marine Corps Ranks:


  • Marine Cadet
  • Marine Recruit
  • Marine Raider
  • Marine Avenger
  • Marine Defender
  • Marine Guardian
  • Marine Sentinel
  • Marine Protector
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Sergeant Major Second Class
  • Sergeant Major First Class
  • Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps


  • Second Lieutenant
  • First Lieutenant Avenger
  • Captain Guardian
  • Major Aviator
  • Lieutenant Colonel Raider
  • Colonel Sentinel
  • Brigadier Captain
  • Major General
  • Lieutenant Marshal
  • Marshal
  • General Sentinel
  • General
  • Commandant of the Marine Corps

Air Force Ranks:


  • Air Cadet
  • Air Apprentice
  • Sky Sentinel
  • Aero Guardian
  • Air Patrol Third Class
  • Air Patrol Second Class
  • Air Patrol First Class
  • Wing Guardian Sergeant
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Technical Sergeant
  • Air Patrol Master Sergeant
  • Air Patrol Senior Master Sergeant
  • Air Patrol Chief Master Sergeant
  • Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force


  • Flight Officer Second Class
  • Flight Officer First Class
  • Squadron Leader
  • Wing Commander Skyward
  • Group Captain
  • Air Commodore
  • Air Vice Marshal Aviator
  • Air Marshal Aviator
  • Air Chief Marshal Aviator
  • Air Marshal Major General
  • Air Marshal General
  • Chief of Staff of the Air Force

Federation Armored Division Composition:

1,090 personnel
40 M1A4F Guardian Main Battle Tanks
25 M2A3 Griffin Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicles
16 M109S Paladin Self-propelled howitzers
20 IFV-30 Defender Infantry Fighting Vehicles

  1. Division Headquarters:
  • Division Commander
  • Executive Officer
  • Division Staff (Operations, Intelligence, Logistics, Communications, etc.)
  1. Armored Brigade:
  • Brigade Headquarters:
    • Brigade Commander
    • Brigade Executive Officer
  • Tank Battalion (x2):
    • Battalion Commander
    • Tank Companies (3-4)
      • M1A4F Guardian Main Battle Tanks
  • Armored Infantry Battalion (x1):
    • Battalion Commander
    • Armored Infantry Companies (3-4)
      • Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicles (AIFVs)
  • Artillery Battalion:
    • Battalion Commander
    • Self-Propelled Howitzers (M109S Paladin SPH)
  • Support and Maintenance Units:
    • Combat Engineers, Medical, Logistics, Maintenance
  1. Mechanized Brigade:
  • Similar structure to Armored Brigade but with a focus on Mechanized Infantry.
  • Infantry Fighting Vehicle Battalion (x2):
    • IFV Companies (3-4)
      • M2A3 Griffin Armored Infantry Fighting Vehicles
  1. Support Units:
  • Air Defense Artillery Battalion:
    • Anti-Aircraft Missile Systems (Federation SAM-1)
  • Combat Engineers Battalion:
    • Engineer Support Vehicles
  • Logistics Battalion:
    • Transport and Supply Vehicles
  • Signal Battalion:
    • Communications and Information Systems
  • Medical Battalion:
    • Medical and Evacuation Vehicles

Federation Infantry and Marine Division Composition:

2,188 personnel
12 MBT-45 Sentinel Main Battle Tanks
20 FAV-13 Firefly Fast Attack Vehicles
5 M2A3 Griffin Infantry Fighting Vehicles
10 AGV-12 Condor Assault Ground Vehicles
5 IFV-30 Defender Infantry Fighting Vehicles
8 M109S Paladin SPHs

1. Headquarters and Command:

  • Divisional Commander’s HQ
  • Communications and Intelligence Unit
  • Forward Observation and Target Acquisition Teams

2. Infantry Brigade (x2):

  • Brigade Commander’s HQ
  • Three Infantry Battalions per Brigade
    • Infantry Battalion (x3):
      • Battalion Commander’s HQ
      • Infantry Companies (x3) per Battalion
        • Infantry Squads (x3-4) per Company
        • Support Squads (Machine Gun, Mortar) per Company
        • Anti-Armor Squads (Missile Teams) per Battalion

3. Mechanized Brigade:

  • Brigade Commander’s HQ
  • Mechanized Infantry Battalions (x2)
    • Mechanized Infantry Companies (x3) per Battalion
      • Equipped with IFVs and APCs
  • Armored Battalion:
    • Armored Companies (x3)
      • Equipped with MBTs
  • Artillery Battalion:
    • Self-Propelled Howitzer Companies (x2)
  • Support and Reconnaissance Companies

4. Artillery Regiment:

  • Regimental Commander’s HQ
  • Artillery Battalions (x2)
    • Self-Propelled Howitzer Batteries (x2-3) per Battalion
    • Multiple Launch Rocket System Batteries (x1-2) per Battalion

5. Engineer Battalion:

  • Battalion Commander’s HQ
  • Combat Engineer Companies (x3-4)
    • Specialized in mine-clearing, obstacle breaching, and construction

6. Reconnaissance Battalion:

  • Battalion Commander’s HQ
  • Reconnaissance Companies (x3)
    • Equipped with reconnaissance vehicles and drones

7. Medical Battalion:

  • Battalion Commander’s HQ
  • Medical Companies (x3)
    • Provides medical support and evacuation for wounded soldiers

8. Logistics and Support Units:

  • Battalion-level units responsible for supply, maintenance, transportation, and other support services

Federation Military Police Division Composition:

Approximately 2,040 Personnel
15 Law Enforcement Vehicles (Patrol Cars, SUVs)
5 Tactical Response Vehicles
5 FAV-13 Firefly Fast Attack Vehicles for Special Operations
K-9 Units equipped with trained military working dogs
6 Mobile Detention Vehicles

1. Headquarters and Command:

  • Divisional Provost Marshal’s HQ
  • Communications and Intelligence Unit
  • Criminal Investigation Division

2. Military Police Brigades (x2):

  • Brigade Provost Marshal’s HQ
  • Military Police Battalions (x2) per Brigade
    • Military Police Companies (x4) per Battalion
      • Military Police Platoons (x3) per Company
        • Equipped with law enforcement vehicles
        • Specialized in law enforcement, security, and crowd control

3. Traffic Control and Enforcement Brigade:

  • Brigade Provost Marshal’s HQ
  • Traffic Control Battalions (x2)
    • Traffic Control Companies (x3) per Battalion
      • Equipped with traffic control vehicles and equipment
      • Responsible for maintaining order on military roads and facilities

4. Correctional and Detention Battalion:

  • Battalion Provost Marshal’s HQ
  • Correctional Facilities Companies (x3)
    • Responsible for managing military detention facilities and providing custodial services

5. K-9 Unit:

  • Battalion Provost Marshal’s HQ
  • K-9 Companies (x2)
    • Utilize specially trained military working dogs for various security and detection tasks

6. Special Operations Division:

  • Division Provost Marshal’s HQ
  • Special Operations Battalions (x2)
    • Conduct high-risk operations, VIP protection, and counter-terrorism activities
    • Equipped with specialized vehicles and equipment

7. Security and Protection Battalion:

  • Battalion Provost Marshal’s HQ
  • Security Companies (x3)
    • Provide security for sensitive installations, dignitaries, and important events

8. Support and Logistics Units:

  • Battalion-level units responsible for supply, maintenance, transportation, and other support services

Military Honors

Federation Cross- For outstanding performance in the face of mortal danger

Unity Star- For outstanding selflessness

Vanguard Medal- For serving in an operation in defense of the Federation

Alliance Service Ribbon- For serving 10 years in the Armed Forces

Honor Guard Badge- For being a member of the Federation Honor Guard

Federation Commendation- For notable actions of valor on the battlefield

Liberty Star- For serving in the 1997 Operation Free Carlavo

Valor Ribbon- For being wounded in battle

Sentinel Medal- For 15 years of service in the Armed Forces

Meritorious Service Cross- For notable performance in day-to-day duties

Sovereign Honor- For serving a tour as an Embassy Security Officer

Alliance Defense Citation- For serving a tour on Dres Island at the Radar and Satellite Station

Victory Star- For serving a tour aboard a Federation naval vessel

Noble Service Medal- For serving 5 years in the Armed Forces

Resolute Commendation- For reenlisting

Guardian Ribbon- For outstanding performance in defense of Federation principles

Distinguished Leadership Star- For outstanding leadership

Distinguished Service Medal- For outstanding performance

Federation Medal of Honor- For unique, outstanding, selfless performance in combat

Keeper of Peace Citation- For serving a tour on a peacekeeping mission

Command Structure

Federation Military Command Structure:

  1. Chairperson of the Joint Chiefs of Staff: The highest-ranking military officer responsible for overseeing the overall defense and security of the Federation. This position is appointed by the Federation Council and serves as the principal military advisor to the Chancellor and Chancellor-regent.

  2. Joint Chiefs of Staff: Comprised of the highest-ranking military officers from each member state’s armed forces, the Joint Chiefs of Staff assist the Chairperson in coordinating military operations, formulating defense policies, and providing strategic advice.

  3. Member State Military Commands: Each member state with its own military maintains its own military command structure, responsible for the defense and security within their respective territories. The structure and titles of the command positions may vary among member states.

  1. Esserix Military Command: Oversees the Esserix Armed Forces and is led by the Esserix Chief of Defense. This position is the highest-ranking military officer in Esserix and is responsible for coordinating military activities within Esserix.

  2. Dradena Military Command: Responsible for the Dradenan Armed Forces, led by the Dradena Chief of Defense, who holds the highest military authority in Dradena and oversees military operations within the nation.

  3. Quar Alliance Military Command: Manages the Quar Alliance’s combined military forces, led by the Quar Commander-in-Chief. The position of Commander-in-Chief may rotate among the leaders of the Quar Alliance member states.

  4. Ansson Military Command: Oversees the Ansson Armed Forces and is led by the Ansson Chief of Defense. This position holds the highest military authority in Ansson and is responsible for the nation’s military operations.

  5. Luross Military Command: Responsible for the Luross Armed Forces and is led by the Luross Chief of Defense. The Luross Chief of Defense holds the highest military rank in Luross and directs military activities within the nation.

  1. Federation Military Command: In times of joint operations or conflict involving multiple member states, a Federation Military Command may be established. This command is composed of representatives from each member state’s armed forces, working under a designated commander-in-chief to ensure coordinated efforts.

  2. Regional Commands: The Federation or member state may have regional commands responsible for overseeing military activities within specific geographic areas or theaters of operation.

  3. Branch Commands: Each member state’s military has separate branches (Army, Navy, Air Force, etc.), each with its own command structure led by high-ranking officers responsible for the operations and readiness of that branch. As does the Federation.

It is important to note that the specifics of each member state’s military command structure may vary based on their own national policies, military traditions, and organizational requirements. The Federation Military Command Structure is designed to promote cooperation and coordination among member states while respecting their individual sovereignty and military capabilities.


Widely Used Equipment by Lutez Joint Forces

Federation Tank and Vehicle Models:

M1A4F Thunderclap Main Battle Tank:
A main battle tank with advanced armor and firepower, but limited maneuverability.

MBT-45 Sentinel Main Battle Tank:
A main battle tank with medium armor and a powerful main cannon.

M2A3 Griffin Infantry Fighting Vehicle:
Armed with anti-armor missiles and heavy machine guns, capable of transporting infantry.

Federation SAM-1:
Anti-aircraft missile system for air defense.

M109S Paladin SPH:
Self-propelled howitzer for artillery support.

F-29 Firestorm Fighter Jet:
A multi-role fighter jet with solid maneuverability and precision weaponry.

AGV-12 Condor Assault Ground Vehicle:
Armored personnel carrier equipped with heavy machine guns and anti-armor missiles.

IFV-30 Defender Infantry Fighting Vehicle:
Armored vehicle equipped with infantry transport capability and anti-armor weaponry.

MSV-9 Marauder Armored Vehicle:
An advanced wheeled armored vehicle with heavy armor and the ability to mount various weapon systems.

Federation Firearms:

FDF-12 Assault Rifle:
A versatile and modular assault rifle with high accuracy and rate of fire. Equipped with customizable attachments.

RA-32 Wraith Sniper Rifle:
A precision sniper rifle with advanced optics and suppressor capabilities for stealthy long-range engagements.

MPT-7 Striker Machine Gun:
A heavy machine gun with excellent suppression capabilities and advanced cooling systems to prevent overheating.

ATG-3 Thunderstrike Anti-Tank Gun:
A powerful anti-tank gun with guided missile capabilities for accurately targeting armored vehicles.

ATR-6 Hellhound Anti-Tank Rocket:
Shoulder-fired anti-tank rocket launcher with guided capabilities. Effective against armored vehicles.

MPX-7 Nightstalker Submachine Gun:
Compact submachine gun favored by special forces units for close-quarters combat.

M-9 Thunder Howitzer:
A howitzer with extended range and precision targeting. Effective against armor and infantry.

Member State Weaponry:

AR-10 Arbiter Battle Rifle:
A precision battle rifle favored for its accuracy and stopping power in Anssonian armed forces.

QA-7 Cyclone Submachine Gun:
A compact Quari submachine gun known for its lightweight design and high maneuverability in close quarters.

L-5 Viper Rocket Launcher:
A Lurossi portable rocket launcher capable of firing anti-tank and anti-vehicle missiles.

MLRS-12 Stormbringer Multiple Launch Rocket System:
A Lurossi artillery system capable of launching multiple rockets over long distances.

V-8 Veridian Combat Drone:
A Quari (Pallasian) drone used for reconnaissance and light combat duties, equipped with cameras and small arms.

R-42 Raptor Attack Helicopter:
An agile Lurossi attack helicopter armed with rockets and anti-tank guided missiles.

KOT-30 Kuzara Tank:
Highly maneuverable Esseraki medium tank with rapid-fire auto-cannon and adaptive camouflage.

HUMVEE-6 Recon Scout Vehicle:
A Dradenian light reconnaissance vehicle equipped with sensors and communication gear.

FAV-13 Firefly Fast Attack Vehicle:
Rapid response vehicle armed with machine guns and used for various roles designed by Esserix.


Federation Navy

Vessel Classes and Descriptions

Liberty-Class Corvette:

Length: 85 meters

Speed: 40 knots

Armament: The Liberty-Class Corvette is armed with Naval Strike Missiles for precision strikes against naval and land-based targets. It also features CIWS Gatling Guns for close-in defense against incoming threats. The combination of these weapons allows it to engage a variety of threats effectively.

Role: The Liberty-Class Corvette serves as a versatile platform for reconnaissance, anti-surface warfare, and anti-air capabilities. Its speed and agility make it suitable for hit-and-run tactics and escort duties.

Designer: The vessel was designed by Horizon Naval Systems, known for their expertise in producing fast and agile naval vessels.

Year of Service: The Liberty-Class Corvette entered service in the year 2000, offering a modern and flexible addition to the Federation’s naval fleet.

Operating Cost: 21,321,002 FDS

Guardian-Class Frigate:

Length: 125 meters

Speed: 30 knots

Armament: The Guardian-Class Frigate is equipped with Vertical Launch System (VLS) Cells capable of launching various types of missiles for both offensive and defensive operations. It also features Anti-Submarine Torpedoes for underwater threats.

Role: The Guardian-Class Frigate is a well-rounded vessel designed for anti-submarine warfare, surface engagements, and fleet protection. Its advanced electronic warfare capabilities make it a valuable asset for disrupting enemy communication and sensor systems.

Designer: Vanguard Shipyards is the designer of this frigate, known for its specialization in modern naval technologies.

Year of Service: The Guardian-Class Frigate was introduced into service in the year 2010, enhancing the Federation’s capabilities in maritime operations.

Operating Cost: 31,339,000 FDS

Federal-Class Destroyer:

Length: 160 meters

Speed: 32 knots

Armament: The Federal-Class Destroyer is armed with an Advanced Naval Gun System for precise long-range engagements. It also features a Vertical Launch System (VLS) capable of launching various types of missiles, enhancing its versatility in combat situations.

Role: The Federal-Class Destroyer is an agile and adaptable vessel designed for a range of missions, including anti-air warfare, surface combat, and naval fire support. Its electronic countermeasures suite increases its survivability against modern threats.

Designer: The vessel was designed by the Quar Allied Defense Institute, renowned for their innovative approach to naval engineering.

Year of Service: The Vanguard-Class Destroyer joined the fleet in 1998, showcasing advanced naval technology at that time.

Operating Cost: 55,694,392 FDS

Sentinel-Class Cruiser:

Length: 200 meters

Speed: 28 knots

Armament: The Sentinel-Class Cruiser is equipped with the Aegis Combat System, providing advanced anti-air and anti-missile capabilities. It also features Naval Strike Missiles for engaging surface targets at extended ranges.

Role: The Sentinel-Class Cruiser is a heavily armored vessel designed for long-range engagements and providing fire support to allied forces. Its Aegis system enhances its ability to defend against incoming threats, making it a key asset in fleet operations.

Designer: Horizon Naval Systems designed the Sentinel-Class Cruiser, leveraging their expertise in creating versatile naval platforms.

Year of Service: The cruiser was introduced into service in 1990, showcasing the Federation’s commitment to modern naval warfare.

Operating Cost: 91,922,102 FDS

Dominion-Class Carrier:

Length: 300 meters

Speed: 25 knots

Air Wing: The Dominion-Class Carrier is capable of carrying a formidable air wing consisting of 30 Fixed-Wing Aircraft and 15 Helicopters. This air wing allows for air superiority, strike capabilities, and maritime reconnaissance.

Armament: The carrier features the Phalanx Close-In Weapon System (CIWS) for defense against incoming threats. It is also armed with Anti-Ship Missiles, enhancing its offensive capabilities.

Role: The Dominion-Class Carrier serves as a power projection platform, capable of launching a variety of aircraft to dominate the skies and provide support to naval operations. Its versatility and air group make it a central component of naval force projection.

Designer: The Aerospace Dynamics Corporation designed the Dominion-Class Carrier, capitalizing on their expertise in aerospace engineering and carrier design.

Year of Service: The carrier entered service in 1991, becoming a symbol of the Federation’s commitment to naval aviation.

Operating Cost: 152,004,392 FDS

Operating Budget FY2023-FY2024

Total Budget: 5,140,495,990 FDS

Operation of Commissioned Ships: 2,140,495,990 FDS

Federation Navy Vessels

Class Name Type In Service Service Year Designer Operating Cost (per unit) Operating Cost (class)
Liberty Corvette 27 2000 Joint Defense Command (Gov. Agency) 21,321,002 575,667,054
Guardian Frigate 19 2010 Vanguard Shipyards (State Owned) 31,339,000 596,581,000
Federal Destroyer 8 1998 Quar Allied Defense Institute (Gov. Agency) 55,694,392 445,555,136
Sentinel Cruiser 4 1990 Horizon Naval Systems 91,922,102 367,688,408
Dominon Carrier 1 1991 Aerospace Dynamics Corporation 152,004,392 155,004,392
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