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Voss Defence Inc - The Arsenal Of Democracy

Postby Tergnitz » Tue Jan 26, 2010 3:58 pm




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    Voss Defence Incorporated, abbreviated V.D.I., was founded in 1983 by a small group of six veteran soldiers from the special forces branch of the Tergnitzian military. In this capacity the company focused on providing supremely experienced and skilled ex-Special Operations personnel in a bodyguard capacity for various VIPs within Tergnitz. This enterprise was surprisingly successful, tapping into a previously unrecognized and unsatisfied need among the Tergnitzian elite for top-quality security services that could be provided on a continual basis. It was this success that allowed for and prompted Voss Defence’s movement into the then crowded private military sector.

    Five years down the track, Voss personnel were being used in both a training and bodyguard capacity not only by the wealthy elite of the Righteous Imperial Dominion of Tergnitz, but also by the governments of numerous smaller developing nations in attempts to improve their security situation or increase their military power projection. However, the strongest example of V.D.I's monumental growth came on the 2nd of November, 1998, which saw Voss Defence successfully outmaneuver twelve other PMCs to gain a ten-year security provision contract with the Tergnitzian Ministry of Justice. Voss Defence has since evolved into the largest and most extensively used private military corporation within both the public and private spheres of the Dominion.

    Voss Defence Incorporated, currently commands the firepower equal to that of a small developing nation with nearly four million employees, who have a wide range of job roles, from ground and air support, to bodyguard and training support roles. Voss Defence primarily takes contracts nowadays from small to medium governments, who may desire extensive training for their Armed Forces, security support for important Government buildings, or even outright military assistance in open conflicts.

    According to the ‘Private Security Companies Act’ of 2001, the Government of Tergnitz acknowledges that Voss Defence Inc. may come under attack from foreign governments due to the company’s actions. The Imperial Government of Tergnitz, with this bill, pledges not to support or aid Voss Defence Inc. in any capacity unless the conflict is brought to Tergnitzian territory.

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    The close nature of Voss Defence Inc. and the Imperial Government of Tergnitz has created a range of beneficial opportunities for potential customers from foreign nations. The Imperial Government, in a bid to improve the Dominion's relations with nations around the world, has offered to subsidize the purchase of any and all equipment of any given consumer, should the following steps be taken:

      • The customer is a corporate or governmental entity primarily based in a nation that has a Free-Trade Agreement with the Righteous Imperial Dominion of Tergnitz. In this situation, the Imperial Government of Tergnitz hereby offers to subsidize the total purchase or deployment of the customer by ten percent [10%].
      • The customer is a corporate or governmental entity primarily based in a nation that has a Non-Aggression Pact with the Righteous Imperial Dominion of Tergnitz. In this situation, the Imperial Government of Tergnitz hereby offers to provide the customer with a line of credit equal to five times their yearly defence or corporate expenditure budget. Said line of credit has a ten percent [10%] interest rate and a term up to ten [10] years.

    Please notify us if you are eligible for either of these benefits, as it is not the responsibility of V.D.I., to ensure that these perks are included into your order. The Imperial Government's Foreign Ministry Branch can be contacted at: www.tergnitzgov.ter/foreign/apply=937396

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    Far from being restricted to the domestic economic sphere, Voss Defence Inc. is an international company, and as such we are always looking to expand our operations overseas. Furthermore, these branches need not be in a military role, as V.D.I., provides a host of services which would be beneficial to the local, state or national economy of any nation. A Voss Defence branch office represnts an influx of skilled employees and capital from Tergnitz into your nation, the benefits of which are both short and long-term. Furthermore, by opting to allow Voss Defence to enter your country, you can rest easy knowing that in many situations, a small army of superbly trained ex-military professionals are on-standby, ready for any scenario. By consenting to allow Voss Defence to construct either administrative or military facilities in your nation, you are in principle agreeing with the sentiment of the Tergnitizian 2001 ‘Private Security Companies Act’.

    As a publically-listed company on the Yohannesische Börse AG Stock Exchange, foreign companies and governments are welcome to offer contracts to purchase shares in Voss Defence Inc., which currently has 106,495,000 million shares of stock at the current market price of $5,000.00 NSD per share. The total net worth of V.D.I., as of January 25th - 2012; is $532,475,000,000.00 NSD. However, no additional units of stock are available for purchase at this time. Furthermore, Voss Defence Inc. holds the right to terminate holdings of shares at any time or for any reason.

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    EYES IN THE SHADOWS
    Today premier Private Military Corporation, Voss Defence Inc. announced the formation of an Special Forces Division, which will utilize experienced internal personnel, alongside ex-operatives from foreign nations in small, elite groupings. The move is reflective of the company's original purpose... [See TGNA for more.]


    V.D.I STOCK PRICE CONTINUES TO RISE
    After a lengthy period of discussion, the Board of Directors of Voss Defence Inc. has accepted the New Azuran offer for six million, five hundred and fifty thousand shares of stock... [See TGNA for more.]


    STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS AMONG THE WORLD'S PMCs
    Voss Defence Inc. has signed an extensive business partnership with a foreign prviate military company, Raven Crest Defence. The V.D.I stock price jumped $46.30 dollars within the first hour of trading after the the deal was publically announced... [See TGNA for more.]


    PUBLIC RELEASE STATEMENTS
    Combat Forces Expansion - Feb 1, 2010 | Product Release - Feb 5, 2010 | Product Release - Jul 11, 2010 | Stock Market Alterations - Nov 5, 2010
    Stock Market Alterations - Jan 24, 2011 | Annual Report - Feb 18, 2011 | Stock Market Alterations - Feb 28, 2011 | Stock Market Alterations - Mar 27, 2011
    Combat Forces Expansion - Jan 25, 2012






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    Voss Defence Inc. uses state of the art equipment and modern military tactics to accomplish our mission in a smooth, quick and above all, professional manner. Communication between Voss Defence Inc. and all perspective clients is encrypted with military-grade encryption algorithms, unless explicitly stated otherwise. The cost of each deployment is determined by the size of the Deployment Force and the Contract Terms. Each deployment is unique; therefore Voss Defence Inc. has no one-size-fits all approach. Our experts will do their best to ensure that the forces that we provide coincide with the needs of your individual nation.

    Voss Defence Inc. has the capacity to conduct minor to major missions in the following roles:

      • Military Training and Wargames
      • Security and Defence Operations
      • Militant Cleansing Operations
      • Maritime Patrols
      • VIP and Strategic Governmental Security
      • National Stabilization Operations
      • Local, Regional or National Policing
      • Full Combat Deployments

    In order to complete a deployment order, Voss Defence requires several details from any prospective customer, irregardless of whether said customer is a governmental or non-governmental entity. The first detail required is a rough outline of the mission that the customer will require V.D.I's employees to perform, while the second is a general indication of the type and amount of forces the customer believes is necessary to accomplish the aforementioned mission. From this point, Voss Defence requires customers to specify the amount of time - in months or years - that the forces will be required for; and whether these forces are to be deployed in an immediate (within two [2] months), or staged (six to twelve [6-12] months) fashion. Finally, for the purpose of pricing, V.D.I requires that customers inform Voss Defence as to their current state of conflict, ranging from: [Total War] - [Regional Conflict] - [Limited War] - [Minor Conflict] - [Mobilization] - [High Tensions] - [Complete Peacetime]

    With the provision of these five key facts, Voss Defence Inc., is much better positioned to create a deployment package that suites each and every customers individual needs.


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    Ground ForcesAerial ForcesNaval Forces
    One [1] Ground Assault LegionFive [5] Air Superiority Fighter Air WingsOne [1] Expeditionary Battle Group
    Eight [8] Deep Strike SpecOps PlatoonsFive [5] Strategic Bomber Air WingsTwo [2] Strike Flotillas
    Three [3] Tactical Reconnaissance Air Wings (UAV)Two [2] Coastal Flotillas
    Three [3] Ground Support Air Wings (UCAV)Four [4] Supply Flotillas


Voss Defence Inc. 1st Ground Assault Legion
Commanding Officer, Field Marshal, Arthur Bass

 Legion Headquarters Battalion

I Corps - ‘Taskforce Alpha’

 Corps Headquarters Battalion
 Crops General Field Artillery Battery

I Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 1st Light Cavalry Regiment
 2nd Light Calvary Regiment
 3rd Light Calvary Regiment
 4th Light Calvary Regiment
 5th Light Cavalry Regiment
 6th Light Cavalry Regiment
 1st Light Armoured Regiment
 2nd Light Armoured Regiment
 3rd Light Armoured Regiment
 1st Field Artillery Regiment
 2nd Field Artillery Regiment

II Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 7th Light Cavalry Regiment
 8th Light Calvary Regiment
 9th Light Calvary Regiment
 10th Light Calvary Regiment
 11th Light Cavalry Regiment
 12th Light Cavalry Regiment
 4th Light Armoured Regiment
 5th Light Armoured Regiment
 6th Light Armoured Regiment
 3rd Field Artillery Regiment
 4th Field Artillery Regiment

III Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 13th Light Cavalry Regiment
 14th Light Calvary Regiment
 15th Light Calvary Regiment
 16th Light Calvary Regiment
 17th Light Cavalry Regiment
 18th Light Cavalry Regiment
 7th Light Armoured Regiment
 8th Light Armoured Regiment
 9th Light Armoured Regiment
 5th Field Artillery Regiment
 6th Field Artillery Regiment

IV Urban Mechanised Division

 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 19th Light Cavalry Regiment
 10th Light Armoured Regiment
 11th Light Armoured Regiment
 1st Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 2nd Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 3rd Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 4th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 7th Field Artillery Regiment
 1st Anti-Air and Support Regiment

V Support Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion
 Division Aviation Support Company

 2nd Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 3rd Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 4th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 5th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 6th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 7th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 8th Field Artillery Regiment
 9th Field Artillery Regiment
 10th Field Artillery Regiment
 11th Field Artillery Regiment
 12th Field Artillery Regiment
 13th Field Artillery Regiment
 14th Field Artillery Regiment


II Corps - ‘Taskforce Bravo’

 Corps Headquarters Battalion
 Crops General Field Artillery Battalion

VI Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 20th Light Cavalry Regiment
 21st Light Calvary Regiment
 22nd Light Calvary Regiment
 23rd Light Calvary Regiment
 24th Light Cavalry Regiment
 25th Light Cavalry Regiment
 12th Light Armoured Regiment
 13th Light Armoured Regiment
 14th Light Armoured Regiment
 15th Field Artillery Regiment
 16th Field Artillery Regiment

VII Urban Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 26th Light Cavalry Regiment
 15th Light Armoured Regiment
 16th Light Armoured Regiment
 5th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 6th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 7th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 8th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 17th Field Artillery Regiment
 8th Anti-Air and Support Regiment

VIII Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 27th Light Cavalry Regiment
 17th Light Armoured Regiment
 18th Light Armoured Regiment
 1st Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 2nd Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 3rd Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 4th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 18th Field Artillery Regiment
 9th Anti-Air and Support Regiment

IX Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 28th Light Cavalry Regiment
 19th Light Armoured Regiment
 20th Light Armoured Regiment
 5th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 6th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 7th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 8th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 19th Field Artillery Regiment
 10th Anti-Air and Support Regiment

X Support Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion
 Division Aviation Support Company

 11th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 12th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 13th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 14th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 15th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 16th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 2nd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 2nd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 2nd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 2nd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 2nd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 2nd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 2nd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 20th Field Artillery Regiment
 21st Field Artillery Regiment
 22nd Field Artillery Regiment
 23rd Field Artillery Regiment
 24th Field Artillery Regiment
 25th Field Artillery Regiment
 26th Field Artillery Regiment


III Corps – ‘Taskforce Kappa’

 Corps Headquarters Battalion
 Crops General Field Artillery Battalion

XI Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 29th Light Cavalry Regiment
 30th Light Calvary Regiment
 31st Light Calvary Regiment
 32nd Light Calvary Regiment
 33rd Light Cavalry Regiment
 34th Light Cavalry Regiment
 21st Light Armoured Regiment
 22nd Light Armoured Regiment
 23rd Light Armoured Regiment
 27th Field Artillery Regiment
 28th Field Artillery Regiment

XII Urban Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 35th Light Cavalry Regiment
 24th Light Armoured Regiment
 25th Light Armoured Regiment
 9th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 10th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 11th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 12th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 29th Field Artillery Regiment
 17th Anti-Air and Support Regiment

XIII Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 36th Light Cavalry Regiment
 26th Light Armoured Regiment
 27th Light Armoured Regiment
 9th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 10th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 11th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 12th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 30th Field Artillery Regiment
 18th Anti-Air and Support Regiment

XIV Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 37th Light Cavalry Regiment
 28th Light Armoured Regiment
 29th Light Armoured Regiment
 13th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 14th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 15th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 16th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 31st Field Artillery Regiment
 19th Anti-Air and Support Regiment

XV Support Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion
 Division Aviation Support Company

 20th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 21st Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 22nd Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 23rd Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 24th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 25th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 3rd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 3rd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 3rd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 3rd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 3rd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 3rd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 3rd Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 32nd Field Artillery Regiment
 33rd Field Artillery Regiment
 34th Field Artillery Regiment
 35th Field Artillery Regiment
 36th Field Artillery Regiment
 37th Field Artillery Regiment
 38th Field Artillery Regiment


IV Corps – ‘Taskforce Delta’

 Corps Headquarters Battalion
 Crops General Field Artillery Battalion

XVI Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 38th Light Cavalry Regiment
 39th Light Calvary Regiment
 40th Light Calvary Regiment
 41st Light Calvary Regiment
 42nd Light Cavalry Regiment
 43rd Light Cavalry Regiment
 30th Light Armoured Regiment
 31st Light Armoured Regiment
 32nd Light Armoured Regiment
 39th Field Artillery Regiment
 40th Field Artillery Regiment

XVII Urban Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 44th Light Cavalry Regiment
 32nd Light Armoured Regiment
 33rd Light Armoured Regiment
 13th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 14th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 15th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 16th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 41st Field Artillery Regiment
 26th Anti-Air and Support Regiment

XVIII Infantry Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 34th Light Armoured Regiment
 35th Light Armoured Regiment
 1st Infantry Regiment
 2nd Infantry Regiment
 3rd Infantry Regiment

XIX Infantry Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 36th Light Armoured Regiment
 37th Light Armoured Regiment
 4th Infantry Regiment
 5th Infantry Regiment
 6th Infantry Regiment

XX Support Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion
 Division Aviation Support Company

 27th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 28th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 29th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 30th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 31st Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 32nd Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 1st Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 4th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 5th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 6th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 7th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 42nd Field Artillery Regiment
 43rd Field Artillery Regiment
 44th Field Artillery Regiment
 45th Field Artillery Regiment
 46th Field Artillery Regiment
 47th Field Artillery Regiment
 48th Field Artillery Regiment


V Corps – ‘Taskforce Gamma’

 Corps Headquarters Battalion
 Crops General Field Artillery Battalion

XXI Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 45th Light Cavalry Regiment
 46th Light Calvary Regiment
 47th Light Calvary Regiment
 48th Light Calvary Regiment
 49th Light Cavalry Regiment
 50th Light Cavalry Regiment
 38th Light Armoured Regiment
 39th Light Armoured Regiment
 40th Light Armoured Regiment
 49th Field Artillery Regiment
 50th Field Artillery Regiment

XXII Urban Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 51st Light Cavalry Regiment
 41st Light Armoured Regiment
 42nd Light Armoured Regiment
 17th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 18th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 19th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 20th Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 51st Field Artillery Regiment
 33rd Anti-Air and Support Regiment

XXIII Infantry Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 43rd Light Armoured Regiment
 44th Light Armoured Regiment
 7th Infantry Regiment
 8th Infantry Regiment
 9th Infantry Regiment

XXIV Infantry Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 45th Light Armoured Regiment
 46th Light Armoured Regiment
 10th Infantry Regiment
 11th Infantry Regiment
 12th Infantry Regiment

XXV Support Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion
 Division Aviation Support Company

 34th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 35th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 36th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 37th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 38th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 39th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 5th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 1st Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 5th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 5th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 5th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 4th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 5th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 5th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 5th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 6th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 5th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 7th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 52nd Field Artillery Regiment
 53rd Field Artillery Regiment
 54th Field Artillery Regiment
 55th Field Artillery Regiment
 56th Field Artillery Regiment
 57th Field Artillery Regiment
 58th Field Artillery Regiment


Terms and Conditions
Voss Defence Inc. military contractors aka "Voss Mercenaries" are available for deployment anywhere in the world. The deposit cost incurred by nations wishing to purchase military deployments, without specifying an exact mission, is simply to do with the fact that these contractors are being taken off the open market and placed at the sole disposal of the host nation. Furthermore, all communications between V.D.I and foreign parties is considered to be SIC and hence these transmissions are heavily encrypted. In regards to military deployments with a specified mission, the cost incurred by the purchasing nation includes transportation to and from your nation, food, equipment and materiel and various levels of hazard pay, depending on the exact mission parameters. Unless the host nation allows Voss Defence Inc. to open a local branch in their nation, they are responsible for housing the contractors, transporting them to and from the conflict zone, and providing medical care in the event that a contractor is injured. Military contractors may not have their tours of duty extended without first consulting Voss Defence Inc. During times of war, Voss Defence Inc. is obligated under Tergnitzian Law, to allow all branches of the Imperial Armed Forces access to their facilities. This is primarily directed at, but not excluded to, all military bases owned by Voss Defence Inc. domestically within Tergnitz, as well as in foreign nations. Shareholding parties that cease to exist as 'recognizable, independent entities' in the eyes of the Voss Defence Inc. Board of Directors; shall have their shares rendered null and void. These shares then automatically revert to the ownership of V.D.I with no payment, in monetary terms of otherwise, necessitated. Finally, Voss Defence Inc. may at any time, cancel the deployment of military forces for any reason. However, Voss Defence must present the host nation with the exact rationale for this cancelation. Host nations purchasing military deployments automatically consent and agree to these terms when they transfer the required monetary amount from their national treasury to the bank account of Voss Defence Inc.
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Postby Tergnitz » Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:26 pm

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    Machina Haruspex
      - One Combined Arms Division [1st, 2nd Light Cavalry Regiment - 19th Light Cavalry Regiment - 10th Light Armoured Regiment - 2nd Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment - 1st Field Artillery Regiment - 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 6th, 7th Air Squadron]
      - Two Coastal Flotillas [I, II Coastal Flotillas]

    Griffencrest Corporation 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 7th Fleets
      - One Light Armour Division [II Light Armour Division]
      - Four Supply Flotillas [I, II, III, IV Supply Flotillas]

    Bukharabia
      - One Combined Arms Division [3rd, 4thLight Cavalry Regiment - 21st Light Cavalry Regiment - 12th Light Armoured Regiment - 1st Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment - 2nd Field Artillery Regiment - 1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 2nd, 3rd Air Squadron]
      - Two Air Superiority Fighter Air Groups [II, III Air Superiority Fighter Air Group]
      - Two Strike Flotillas [I, II Strike Flotilla]


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    Eastern Arcadia (Under Libertarian Governance control)
      - One Reinforced Infantry Regiment [8th Infantry Regiment + One Gun Battery of LY7/366 SPH]
      - One Standard Infantry Regiment [9th Infantry Regiment]
      - One Light Cavalry Regiment [45th Light Cavalry Regiment]
      - One Attack Helicopter Air Squadron [1st Attack Helicopter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron]
      - One Air Superiority Air Wing [1st Air Superiority Air Group]



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1. Voss Defence Incorporated.
- 33,370,000 shares
- Owning $166,850,000,000.00 NSD of the company (31.3%)

2. Allanean Arms
- 1,000,000 shares
- Owning $5,000,000,000.00 NSD of the company (0.9%)

3. LG Defense Systems Inc.
- 15,000,000 shares
- Owning $75,000,000,000.00 NSD of the company. (14.1%)

4. His Royal Majesty Raphael I of San Pellegrin Romana
- 20,975,000 shares
- Owning $104,875,000,000.00 NSD of the company. (19.7%)

5. The Protectorate of Lyras
- 12,600,000 shares
- Owning $63,000,000,000.00 NSD of the company. (11.8%)

6. The Holy Cailene Empire of New Azura
- 23,550,000 shares
- Owning $117,750,000,000.00 NSD of the company. (22.1%)


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Legion of 326,000 soldiers
Corps of around 65,000 soldiers
Division of around 13,000 soldiers
Infantry Regiment of 3,000 soldiers
Mechanised Infantry Regiment of 1,500 soldiers
Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment of 1,500 soldiers
Light Armoured Regiment of 1,012 soldiers
Light Cavalry Regiment of 1,001 soldiers
Anti-Aircraft and Support Regiment of 881 soldiers
Field Artillery Regiment of 786 soldiers
Infantry Battalion of 500 soldiers
General Field Artillery Battery of 324 Gunners (108 Gun Pieces)
Infantry Company of 100 soldiers
Infantry Platoon of 25 soldiers


Light Cavalry Regiment of 192 tanks, 576 crewmen and 425 soldiers
 Regimental Command Company
 Regimental Medical Platoon
 Regimental Military Intelligence / Police Company
 Regimental Combat Engineer Company
 Regimental Quartermaster Company
 2 Squadrons per Regiment of 32 Katana MBT’s each
 3 Squadrons per Regiment of 32 LY7 Rottweiler Medium Tank’s each
 1 Squadron per Regiment of 32 LY6 Werewolf Tank Destroyer’s each

Light Armoured Regiment of 192 Armoured Vehicles, 512 crewmen, 500 soldiers
 Regimental Command Company
 Regimental Medical Company
 Regimental Military Intelligence / Police Company
 Regimental Combat Engineer Company
 Regimental Quartermaster Company
 2 Squadrons per Regiment of 32 LY7 Rottweiler Medium Tank’s each
 2 Squadrons per Regiment of 32 Cbetan Light Tank’s each
 1 Squadrons per Regiment of 24 LY224 Sorcha HIFV’s each
 1 Squadron per Regiment of 40 Lynx IFV’s

Mechanised Infantry Regiment of 140 Armoured Vehicles and 1,500 soldiers
 Regimental Command Company
 Regimental Medical Company
 Regimental Military Intelligence / Police Company
 Regimental Combat Engineer Company
 Regimental Quartermaster Company
 4 Squadrons per Regiment of 25 MRAV-5’s each
 4 Squadrons per Regiment of 10 LY83 Jackel’s each
 2 Battalions per Regiment of Infantry (1,000)

Urban Mechanised Infantry Regiment of 180 Armoured Vehicles and 1,500 soldiers
 Regimental Command Company
 Regimental Medical Company
 Regimental Military Intelligence / Police Company
 Regimental Combat Engineer Company
 Regimental Quartermaster Company
 4 Squadrons per Regiment of 25 MRAV-5’s each
 4 squadrons per Regiment of 20 MRAP ATV Razorback’s each
 2 Battalions per Regiment of Infantry (1,000)

Infantry Regiment of 160 Military Vehicles and 3,000 soldiers
 Regimental Command Company
 Regimental Medical Company
 Regimental Military Intelligence / Police Company
 Regimental Combat Engineer Company
 Regimental Quartermaster Company
 8 Squadrons per Regiment of 20 LY83 Jackel’s each
 5 Battalions per Regiment of Infantry (2,500 soldiers)

Field Artillery Regiment of 108 Gun Pieces, 36 Crew, 325 Gunners, 425 soldiers
 Regimental Command Company
 Regimental Medical Platoon
 Regimental Military Intelligence/ Police Company
 Regimental Combat Engineer Company
 Regimental Quartermaster Company
 2 Squadron per Regiment of 6 Lynx IFV’s each (Recon)
 6 Batteries per Regiment of 18 LY7/366 'Lammasu' Self-propelled Howitzer’s each

Anti-Aircraft and Support Regiment of 120 gun pieces, 360 gunners, 96 crew, 425 soldiers
 Regimental Command Company
 Regimental Medical Platoon
 Regimental Military Intelligence/ Police Company
 Regimental Combat Engineer Company
 Regimental Quartermaster Company
 6 Squadrons per Regiment of 8 LY224 Sorcha Heavy Infantry Fighting Vehicles each
 10 Batteries per Regiment of 12 MAAGT-4 (Mobile Anti-Aircraft Gun Type-4) each


Air Wing (1,000-5,000 personnel and 196 aircraft - 4 Air Groups)
Air Group (300- 1,000 personnel and 49 aircraft - 7 Air Squadrons)
Air Squadron (100-300 personnel and 7 aircraft)
Company of 100 soldiers

Example Air Superiority Fighter Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (F-28 Horizon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (F-28 Horizon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (F-28 Horizon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (F-28 Horizon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (F-28 Horizon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (F-28 Horizon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (F-28 Horizon)

Example Strategic Bomber Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 1st Strategic Bomber Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (B-3 LR Multirole Bomber)
 1st Strategic Bomber Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (B-3 LR Multirole Bomber)
 1st Strategic Bomber Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (B-3 LR Multirole Bomber)
 1st Strategic Bomber Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (B-3 LR Multirole Bomber)
 1st Strategic Bomber Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (B-3 LR Multirole Bomber)
 1st Strategic Bomber Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (B-3 LR Multirole Bomber)
 1st Strategic Bomber Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (B-3 LR Multirole Bomber)

Example Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 1st Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (GF11 Archer UAV)
 1st Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (GF11 Archer UAV)
 1st Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (GF11 Archer UAV)
 1st Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (GF11 Archer UAV)
 1st Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (GF11 Archer UAV)
 1st Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (GF11 Archer UAV)
 1st Tactical Reconnaissance Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (GF11 Archer UAV)

Example Ground Support Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 1st Ground Support Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (AA-44 Hellraiser VTOL UCAV )
 1st Ground Support Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (AA-44 Hellraiser VTOL UCAV )
 1st Ground Support Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (AA-44 Hellraiser VTOL UCAV )
 1st Ground Support Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (AA-44 Hellraiser VTOL UCAV )
 1st Ground Support Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (AA-44 Hellraiser VTOL UCAV )
 1st Ground Support Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (AA-44 Hellraiser VTOL UCAV )
 1st Ground Support Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (AA-44 Hellraiser VTOL UCAV )


Fleet / 2 Task Forces / High Admiral
Task Force / 2-4 Battle Groups / Vice Admiral
Battle Group / A combination of 2 – 6 Flotillas and 1 – 4 Naval Squadrons / Rear Admiral
Naval Squadron / 2 – 4 Capital Ships / Commodore
Flotilla / 10 – 20 Vessels / Flotilla Admiral
Task Element / 1 Vessel / Captain

Expeditionary Battle Group of 83 vessels, 826 helicopters, 25,352 sailors, 24,000 marines and 1,460 pilots
(10) Drake Class Amphibious Assault Vessels
- (1) Imperial Marine Regiment each
- (49) UH-5 Wwvyn Transport Helicopters each
- (28) AH-3 Archangel Attack Helicopters each
- (6) Ghekrd Class LCAC each
(4) Guided Missile Cruisers (Nuclear)
(8) Guided Missile Destroyers
(16) Littoral Class Combat Ships
(8) Principal Class Destroyers
- (2) AH-3 Archangel Attack Helicopters each
(24) Firefly Class Frigates
(8) Krakon Class Attack Submarines
(4) Gwendolyn Class Mine Countermeasure Vessels
(4) Neva Class Hospital Ships
- (2) UH-5 Wwvyn Transport Helicopters each

Strike Flotilla of 20 vessels, 2,678 sailors and 6 pilots
(6) Principal Class Destroyers
- (2) SRH-61 Wren Recon and SR Helicopters each
(4) Littoral Class Combat Ships
(2) Guided Missile Destroyers
(4) Firefly Class Frigates
(2) Contract Class Corvettes
(2) Gwendolyn Class Mine Countermeasure Vessels

Supply Flotilla of 19 vessels and 3,080 sailors
(1) ST.15 Class Submarine Tender
(6) Serdity Class Fleet Ocean Tugs
(12) Fast Combat Support Ships

Coastal Flotilla of 14 vessels, 984 sailors and 6 pilots
(8) Contract Class Corvettes
(4) Firefly Class Frigates
(1) Gwendolyn Class Mine Countermeasure Vessel
(1) Principal Class Destroyer
- (2) SRH-61 Wren Recon and SR Helicopters each
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Postby Tergnitz » Tue Jan 26, 2010 6:33 pm

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As well as providing impeccable deployment services, Voss Defence Inc. additionally sells some state-of-the-art military hardware which is used currently by V.D.I personnel in the field. This hardware is battle-tested and would be a valuable addition to any professional 21st Century military.

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Postby Tergnitz » Wed Jan 27, 2010 12:50 am

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    Business Subsidiaries:


    Business Partners:

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    Voss Defence Inc. maintains the right to hold a meticulous record of past customers, in addition to the equipment and services purchased by said customers. This record is willing shown to the international business community by VDI, in an effort to entice potential investors, customers and shareholders.

February 1st - $28,854,000,000 NSD (Libertarian Governance)
February 2nd - $4,770,000,000 NSD (Tantann)
February 2nd - $1,000,000 NSD (Kriania)
February 4th - $45,000,000 NSD (Kriania)
February 6th - $1,769,500,000 NSD (The Eagleland)
February 8th - $800,000,000 NSD (Korrodos)
February 13th - $29,560,000 NSD (Allanea)
February 22nd - $163,875,000,000 NSD (Libertarian Governance)

March 27th - $16,800,000,000 NSD (Marzeron)
March 28th - $7,022,600,000 NSD (Grenartia)
March 29th - $3,000,000,000 NSD (Grenartia)

April 4th - $70,075,000,000 NSD (Machina Haruspex)

July 12th - $7,470,000,000 NSD (Havaerre)

August 11th - $70,200,000 NSD (Libertarian Governance)
August 15th - $180,500,000 NSD (Ilrean)


September 5th - $3,906,000,000 NSD (Libertarian Governance)

October 21st - $6,325,000 NSD (Messldonia)

November 5th - $396,750,000 NSD (Messldonia)
November 7th - $$76,245,000,000 NSD (Mossat)

Total Annual Revenue 2010 - $308,674,685,000 NSD


January 27th - $19,000,000 NSD (Jaamar)

February 12th - $780,000,000 NSD (Globexian Resources)
February 12th - $30,450,000,000 NSD (Griffincrest Corporation)
February 28th - $4,212,430,000 NSD (New Azura)

March 27th - $34,250,000,000 NSD (New Azura)
March 28th - $950,000,000 NSD (Martinija)

April 3rd - $550,000,000,000 NSD (Zastava Corporation - Donation)
April 30th - $100,000 NSD (Coltarin)

May 18th - $2,430,000,000 NSD (Bellganamos)

September 17th - $22,500,000 NSD (Planet of xt)

November 3rd - $83,500,000,000 NSD (Anagonia)
November 10th - $65,610,000,000 NSD (Bukharabia)


Total Annual Revenue 2011 - $772,224,030,000 NSD



(OOC - The dates in this part of the store are in real life time and not in game time so they have no resemblance to anything that goes in inside a canon game-world.)
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Postby Karaginsky » Wed Jan 27, 2010 1:01 am

Might the leaders at Voss Defense Incorporated be interested in long term benefit contracts with Moscow Armory and St. Petersburg Armament for this weapon system? We will telegram for in depth info if you agree:

M111AB Intergalactic Nuclear Ballistic Missile: Essentially two SS-27 ICBM's in a super-long range package. It is usually meant for space vessel equipment, but it can be used for Earth targets at essentially unlimited range.

Max Range: 233,000 Miles
Current Leader
Kaiser Joseph Bismarck I

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Military
Total Military: 44,244,000
Total Active: 17,697,600
Total Reserve: 26,546,400


DEFCON: 1-2-3-4-[5]

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Postby Tergnitz » Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:14 pm

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To: Moscow Armory and St. Petersburg Armament
Fr: Tergnitz Imperial Defence Ministry
Re: Weapons of Mass Destruction


Greetings Sir/Madam,

The Imperial Defence Ministry of the Grand Imperial Empire of Tergnitz, after reviewing your recent offer to the private military corporation, Voss Defence Inc. has deemed it appropriate to intervene in this potential deal.

As Voss Defence Inc. is based in the Empire, the nation of Tergnitz devotes a fair deal of interest to the actions of the company. The very concept of a private corporation possessing weapons of mass destruction of any sort, is an incredibly chilling thought. Therefore, the Imperial Government of Tergnitz is putting a stop to this deal. All negotiations between Voss Defence Inc. and Moscow Armory and St. Petersburg Armament regarding the potential sale of WMDs is to halt immediately.

Failure to follow these instructions will result in severe repercussions.

Regards,

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Postby Trerents » Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:55 pm

De Constitutionele Monarchie van Trerents


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To Voss Defence Incorporated,

Your private military corporation has pecked the interest of Trereniten Parliament. Though small, we pride ourselves on our sleek effective armed forces. However in the event of military action (no matter how unlikely that situation is) Trerents would like to ensure that it has the military backing to engage in war with other nations. As a result we would like to inquire about the purchasing of:


One; Regiment (5'000) of Ground Personnel. Please note that we request that five hundred of these personnel to be logistical workers; primarily drill sergeants, and engineers.

We would also like to know what Infantry Fighting vehicle your company can provided,

Signed,
Laren Rüütel Minister for State Defence
Proud member of the The Collaboration of Allied Governments

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Postby Tergnitz » Sat Jan 30, 2010 2:05 pm

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Minister of State Defence Laren Rüütel,

It is excellent to hear that you have chosen Voss Defence Inc. to help secure your nation against any and all potential threats. As the premier private military corporation within the Grand Imperial Empire of Tergnitz, V.D.I prides itself on making sure each and every military deployment is customized to suit the needs of every customer.

In regards to your deployment request, unfortunately V.D.I offers no regiments which contain 5,000 personnel. As your main goal is a comprehensive military unit for both defence and offensive purposes, I would like to suggest the following;

One; Mechanised Division [12,992 ground personnel]
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 1st Light Cavalry Regiment
 2nd Light Armoured Regiment
 3rd Light Armoured Regiment
 10th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 11th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 12th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 13th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 3rd Field Artillery Regiment
 5th Anti-Air and Support Regiment


If you government approves, Voss Defence Inc. will open up a local branch within your nation. This Division will then be based there allowing for a far quicker response time in case of war or conflict.

Until such a time when the Division is needed, there will be no cost incurred upon your nations except for a simple deposit of $15,000,000 NSD, due to the fact that they have to be set aside solely for your national use. Should war break out, these troops will be ready to fight for your country, upon completion of a round of negotiations regarding the cost of the deployment, specifically regarding the scale of the conflict and the length of time that it is predicted to last.

Signed,
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Postby Tergnitz » Sun Jan 31, 2010 1:34 pm

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Public Release Statement




Ladies and Gentlemen of the international community,

Four years ago, I pledged to ensure that this company would remain at the forefront of military tactics, technology and expertise. Today's announcement represents the first step towards accomplishing this long-term goal. I am pleased to announce the formation of the Voss Defence Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) Division. With this greater utilisation of modern technology, our soldiers, sailors and pilots will be in a stronger, more risk-free position, allowing them complete their mission and return home to their families unharmed.

Sincerely,

Roger Miller,
Chief-Executive Officer
Voss Defence Inc.

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Postby Tantann » Sun Jan 31, 2010 3:09 pm

we will take a legion, an air wing and a fleet

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Postby Tergnitz » Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:04 am

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The Defence Ministry of Tantann,


It is excellent to hear that you have chosen Voss Defence Inc. to help secure your nation against any and all potential threats. As the premier private military corporation within the Grand Imperial Empire of Tergnitz, V.D.I prides itself on making sure each and every military deployment is customized to suit the needs of every customer.

In regards to your deployment request, could you please specify which Air Wing and Fleet you would like to be deployed to your nation?

I also have to inform you that unfortunately Voss Defence does not deploy our entire Ground Assault Legion, except in very drastic case, such as if your nation was currently being invaded by a much larger country. Alternatively, I would like to suggest that Voss Defence deploy a full Ground Corps, would your government find that acceptable?

Signed,
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Postby Libertarian Governance » Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:20 am

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To: Voss Defence Inc

We would like to inquire about the number of forces immediately deployable to one of our colonies.

Sincerely,

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Tom McWain
Chief of Foreign Affairs
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Postby Tergnitz » Mon Feb 01, 2010 12:40 am

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Chief of Foreign Affairs, Thomas McWain,


Voss Defence Inc. prides itself on having nearly 90% of our total military force deployment-ready at any given moment. The 3rd and 4th Supply Flotillas are currently unavaliable as they are undergoing a refitting process, along with the 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Wing. One of Voss Defence's professional Light Cavalry Regiments can be on the ground at a friendly airport in your colony within 36 hours from the 'go' order. Any larger deployment will of course, take more time.

Sincerely,

Roger Miller,
Chief-Executive Officer
Voss Defence Inc.
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Postby Hegstoria » Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:16 am

Message to Voss Defence Inc Headquarters
From Raven Crest Defense Contractors

Hello, we are the premiere defense contractors in Hegstoria. We have been looking to gain a foothold in the international market and believe partnering with you would be a smart choice. Although we are a subsidiary of Hegstorian Republic Traders we are permitted to make our own partnerships and contracts. We specialize in security and special forces missions, where as it appears you specialize in major ground operations. If we were to partner it could increase both of our revenue by a significant amount. If you have any questions please visit the Hegstorian Republic Traders store front(Link in my sig. Excuse the appearance, it has only just been made a few days ago. as i go it will get larger.). Thank you for your careful consideration of our offer.

Yours truly,
President and CEO Alexander Raven.
"Quotation is a serviceable substitute for wit."-Oscar Wilde

Defcon 5: Pax Hegstoriana
Defcon 4: Ehh, things are pretty good, but a bit heated
Defcon 3: War seems near, but not at the moment, and far from the mind
Defcon 2: Get a helmet
Defcon 1: Put on said helmet

Colonies: South-West Hegstodia, The Hegstoria Rhodesian Confederacy(3 independent colonies), Fuair

Major Leaders: President Jonathan F. Shepherd, Vice President Francis P. Sinclair, Minister of the Interior Samuel D. Lisbon, Minister of the Armed Forces General Stanley C. McAlister

Map: -currently under a redesign-

Size: 7,825,600 km^2

Life Expectancy: 84.59 years Courtesy of Unibot

Alliances: Skyguard Defense Network

embassy program

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Postby Tergnitz » Mon Feb 01, 2010 1:32 pm

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CEO Alexander Raven, Raven Crest Defence Contractors.


The Board of Directors of Voss Defence Inc. is genuinely interested in your offer Mr Raven. However, we will require additional details about this potential partnership before we can decide on whether to accept it or not. Such as what benefits Voss Defence would gain from this partnership, a full run-down of the operating costs and operations of Raven Crest Defence Contractors and finally, the legal details of this business partnership.

Sincerely,

Roger Miller,
Chief-Executive Officer
Voss Defence Inc.
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Postby Hegstoria » Mon Feb 01, 2010 2:25 pm

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CEO Alexander Raven, Raven Crest Defence Contractors.


The Board of Directors of Voss Defence Inc. is genuinely interested in your offer Mr Raven. However, we will require additional details about this potential partnership before we can decide on whether to accept it or not. Such as what benefits Voss Defence would gain from this partnership, a full run-down of the operating costs and operations of Raven Crest Defence Contractors and finally, details of how the legal details of this business partnership.

Sincerely,

Roger Miller,
Chief-Executive Officer
Voss Defence Inc.

To Mr. Roger Miller of Voss Defense Inc.
From Raven Crest Defense contractors
We would first like to thank you for such a speedy reply, I would have gotten back to you sooner but i was in an important meeting. We do not have set prices because of the very specialized missions we preform. We customize the price as per the contract. Now as for the partnership we would lend our names to each others business which we will come up with soon. We will provide the special operations side of the partnership, where as your company will cover the major combat missions. We each will be allowed to keep our individual store fronts and current services, but our teams will become more integrated from one joint training camp, ours is on 80 acres(I think, i will check after i post this) of land with its own airbase and naval base and dry docks. We are also have our own power plant, munitions plant, and aircraft manufactory on site, but if you have another suggestion go right ahead. As for the costs we think that for joint operations we should split the total 50/50, but on single operations we are allowed to keep all for our individual companies. This partnership will raise both of our stocks very high and make us rich beyond our wildest dreams.

Yours truly,
Alexander Raven.
"Quotation is a serviceable substitute for wit."-Oscar Wilde

Defcon 5: Pax Hegstoriana
Defcon 4: Ehh, things are pretty good, but a bit heated
Defcon 3: War seems near, but not at the moment, and far from the mind
Defcon 2: Get a helmet
Defcon 1: Put on said helmet

Colonies: South-West Hegstodia, The Hegstoria Rhodesian Confederacy(3 independent colonies), Fuair

Major Leaders: President Jonathan F. Shepherd, Vice President Francis P. Sinclair, Minister of the Interior Samuel D. Lisbon, Minister of the Armed Forces General Stanley C. McAlister

Map: -currently under a redesign-

Size: 7,825,600 km^2

Life Expectancy: 84.59 years Courtesy of Unibot

Alliances: Skyguard Defense Network

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Postby Libertarian Governance » Mon Feb 01, 2010 4:36 pm

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To: Voss Defence Inc

We require two mechanized divisions of troops be sent to our colony of Rhodesian Governance. These troops should arrive at the Sanderstown Airport and will coordinate with the current private military contractors in country. We will pay double the rate providing you can begin getting troops on the ground immediately. We realize it will take time to move the bulk of these forces and our own LGDF will aid in your troop movements as needed with C-7 and C-9 transports.

Sincerely,

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Tom McWain
Chief of Foreign Affairs
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Postby Tergnitz » Mon Feb 01, 2010 10:52 pm

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Chief of Foreign Affairs, Thomas McWain,


Mr McWain, Voss Defence Inc. is pleased to report that your request for Two Mechanised Divisions, has been approved. The divisional make-up is the following;

2nd Mechanised Division [12,992 ground personnel]
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 4th Light Cavalry Regiment
 5th Light Armoured Regiment
 6th Light Armoured Regiment
 9th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 8th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 7th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 6th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 2nd Field Artillery Regiment
 4th Anti-Air and Support Regiment


3rd Mechanised Division [12,992 ground personnel]
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 7th Light Cavalry Regiment
 8th Light Armoured Regiment
 9th Light Armoured Regiment
 5th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 4th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 3rd Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 2nd Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 1st Field Artillery Regiment
 3rd Anti-Air and Support Regiment



Cost of the deployment:
- Two Mechanised Infantry Divisions - 30,000,000 deposit
- Combat Deployment Cost - 16,000,000,000

Sub-total: 16,030,000,000
- Immediate Deployment (x2)
- Free-Trade Agreement (10% discount)

Grand Total: $28,854,000,000 NSD


The 2nd and 3rd Mechanised Divisions have already been alerted and will be ready to be deployed as soon as your government wires this amount to our company. The deployment time of the 2nd and 3rd Mechanised will be roughly three days.


Signed,
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Postby Libertarian Governance » Tue Feb 02, 2010 12:53 am

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Chief of Foreign Affairs, Thomas McWain,


Mr McWain, Voss Defence Inc. is pleased to report that your request for Two Mechanised Divisions, has been approved. The divisional make-up is the following;

2nd Mechanised Division [12,992 ground personnel]
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 4th Light Cavalry Regiment
 5th Light Armoured Regiment
 6th Light Armoured Regiment
 9th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 8th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 7th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 6th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 2nd Field Artillery Regiment
 4th Anti-Air and Support Regiment


3rd Mechanised Division [12,992 ground personnel]
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 7th Light Cavalry Regiment
 8th Light Armoured Regiment
 9th Light Armoured Regiment
 5th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 4th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 3rd Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 2nd Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 1st Field Artillery Regiment
 3rd Anti-Air and Support Regiment



Cost of the deployment:
- Two Mechanised Infantry Divisions - 30,000,000 deposit
- Combat Deployment Cost - 16,000,000,000

Sub-total: 16,030,000,000
- Immediate Deployment (x2)
- Free-Trade Agreement (10% discount)

Grand Total: $28,854,000,000 NSD


The 2nd and 3rd Mechanised Divisions have already been alerted and will be ready to be deployed as soon as your government wires this amount to our company. The deployment time of the 2nd and 3rd Mechanised will be roughly three days.


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Postby Hegstoria » Tue Feb 02, 2010 8:33 am

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CEO Alexander Raven, Raven Crest Defence Contractors.


The Board of Directors of Voss Defence Inc. is genuinely interested in your offer Mr Raven. However, we will require additional details about this potential partnership before we can decide on whether to accept it or not. Such as what benefits Voss Defence would gain from this partnership, a full run-down of the operating costs and operations of Raven Crest Defence Contractors and finally, details of how the legal details of this business partnership.

Sincerely,

Roger Miller,
Chief-Executive Officer
Voss Defence Inc.

To Mr. Roger Miller of Voss Defense Inc.
From Raven Crest Defense contractors
We would first like to thank you for such a speedy reply, I would have gotten back to you sooner but i was in an important meeting. We do not have set prices because of the very specialized missions we preform. We customize the price as per the contract. Now as for the partnership we would lend our names to each others business which we will come up with soon. We will provide the special operations side of the partnership, where as your company will cover the major combat missions. We each will be allowed to keep our individual store fronts and current services, but our teams will become more integrated from one joint training camp, ours is on 80 acres(I think, i will check after i post this) of land with its own airbase and naval base and dry docks. We are also have our own power plant, munitions plant, and aircraft manufactory on site, but if you have another suggestion go right ahead. As for the costs we think that for joint operations we should split the total 50/50, but on single operations we are allowed to keep all for our individual companies. This partnership will raise both of our stocks very high and make us rich beyond our wildest dreams.

Yours truly,
Alexander Raven.
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Postby Tantann » Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:01 pm

any would be fine

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Postby Tergnitz » Tue Feb 02, 2010 3:38 pm

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The Defence Ministry of Tantann,


Voss Defence Inc. is pleased to report that your request for One Air Wing, One Strike Flotilla and One Army Corps, has been approved.The deployment make-up is the following;

IV Corps – 'Ad Victoriam' [65,200 soldiers, 1,344 tanks, 5,160 armoured vehicles]

 Corps Headquarters Battalion
 Crops General Field Artillery Battalion


XVI Light Armour Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 46th Light Cavalry Regiment
 47th Light Calvary Regiment
 48th Light Calvary Regiment
 49th Light Calvary Regiment
 50th Light Cavalry Regiment
 51st Light Cavalry Regiment
 27th Light Armoured Regiment
 29th Light Armoured Regiment
 30th Light Armoured Regiment
 31st Field Artillery Regiment
 32nd Field Artillery Regiment


XVII Mechanised Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 52nd Light Cavalry Regiment
 31st Light Armoured Regiment
 32nd Light Armoured Regiment
 13th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 14th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 15th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 16th Mechanised Infantry Regiment
 33rd Field Artillery Regiment
 25th Anti-Air and Support Regiment


XVIII Infantry Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 33rd Light Armoured Regiment
 34th Light Armoured Regiment
 1st Infantry Regiment
 2nd Infantry Regiment
 3rd Infantry Regiment


XIX Infantry Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion

 35th Light Armoured Regiment
 36th Light Armoured Regiment
 4th Infantry Regiment
 5th Infantry Regiment
 6th Infantry Regiment


XX Support Division
 Division Headquarters Battalion
 Division Special Troops Battalion
 Division Support Battalion
 Division Aviation Support Company

 26th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 27th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 28th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 29th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 30th Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 31st Anti-Air and Support Regiment
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 1st Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 4th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 5th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 6th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 4th Attack Helicopter Air Wing ǁ 7th Air Squadron (TRA-92 ‘Eiko’)
 34th Field Artillery Regiment
 35th Field Artillery Regiment
 36th Field Artillery Regiment
 16th Rocket Artillery Regiment
 17th Rocket Artillery Regiment
 18th Rocket Artillery Regiment
 19th Rocket Artillery Regiment



1st Air Wing [196 aircraft, 1,200 soilders]

1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 1st Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)


2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 2nd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)


3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 3rd Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)


4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group
 Air Group Headquarters Company
 Air Group Aviation Support Company
 Air Group General Support Company

 4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 1st Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 2nd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 3rd Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 4th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 5th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 6th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)
 4th Air Superiority Fighter Air Group ǁ 7th Air Squadron (F-38 Talon)



1st Strike Flotilla [20 vessels, 2,678 sailors and 6 pilots]
(6) Principal Class Destroyers
- (2) SRH-61 Wren Recon and SR Helicopters each
(4) Littoral Class Combat Ships
(2) Guided Missile Destroyers
(4) Firefly Class Frigates
(2) Contract Class Corvettes
(2) Gwendolyn Class Mine Countermeasure Vessels



Cost of the deployment:
- One Army Corps - 120,000,000 deposit
- One Air Wing - 650,000,000 desposit
- One Strike Flotilla - 4,000,000,000 deposit

Grand Total: $4,770,000,000 NSD


If you government approves, Voss Defence Inc. will open up a local branch within your nation. These forces will then be based there allowing for a far quicker response time in case of war or conflict.

Until such a time when these forces are needed, there will be no cost incurred upon your nations except for the simple deposit cost, due to the fact that they have to be set aside solely for your national use. Should war break out, these troops will be ready to fight for your country, upon completion of a round of negotiations regarding the cost of the deployment, specifically regarding the scale of the conflict and the length of time that it is predicted to last.


Signed,
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Postby Tergnitz » Tue Feb 02, 2010 4:04 pm

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CEO Alexander Raven, Raven Crest Defence Contractors.


Mr Raven, firstly, thank you for elaborating on your previous business partnership proposal. The Board of Directors of Voss Defence Inc. in conjunction with our Legal, Sales and Marketing Departments have discussed your proposal in-depth and they have decided by a 4-2 vote, to accept and agree to the terms presented by your company.

I am pleased to announce to the international community that Raven Crest Defence Contractors and Voss Defence Inc. have entered into a business partnership, a partnership which will benefit both companies in many major and minor ways. Our combined private militaries now represent one of the strongest forces fighting for freedom, liberty and security in the world today.

Sincerely,

Roger Miller,
Chief-Executive Officer
Voss Defence Inc.
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Postby Kriania » Tue Feb 02, 2010 5:17 pm

i will have 10 jakals mail me when they are rady money is wired $900,000,000
Start a embassy in Kriania today: viewtopic.php?f=23&t=38986
Army 2,000,000
Navy 500,000
Airforce, 200,000
Spec Op: 20,000
Kriania is currently in a state of civil war: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=39459
K-S Uranium Sales Store Front Conglomerate: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=39972

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Postby Ashebourton » Tue Feb 02, 2010 6:05 pm

To: CEO, Voss Defense
From: CEO, Piston Armament Corp.
SUBJ: Business Proposal

We here at Piston have noticed your interest with our hardware, and we wish to the official weapons distributor to your company. This would benefit the both of us, as we can provide major discounts on our merchandise and you have the benefit of unlimited weapon supplies and selling rights for the Private Military units you offer...Please let us know what you think, and I hope things can work out between us.

Robert Espinosa
CEO, Piston Armament Corp.

Minister of Defense, The Commonwealth Society
The Dominion of Ashebourton
Prince Robert A.H. Espinosa I

"If the leader is filled with high ambition and if he pursues his aims with audacity and strength of will, he will reach them in spite of all obstacles." - Karl von Clausewitz

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