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Pradarian Security Forces
Turvallisuusjoukot emblem
Current form 1952
Service branches Army
Medical Corp
Headquarters Kötturolnboga Template:Flag
Air arm flying hours lots
Commander General x
Military age 18-50
Conscription National Service 19-
Domestic suppliers Valmet

Pradarian Security Forces Roundel

The Turvallisuusjoukot (Security Forces) is the main organisation responsible for the defence of Pradaria. It is made up of three branches, the Army, Warfleet, and Medical Corp, though the unified structure of the defence force renders these branches as little more than administrative divisions. The Turvallisuusjoukot is also assisted by the (home guard), a separate force.





Junior officersSenior officersGenerals
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Pradarian Lippu (LIP.) Luutnantti(LUU.) Yliluutnanti (YLUU.) Kapteeni (KAP.) Majuri (MAJ.) Komendantii (KOM.) Eversti (EVS.) Prikaatikenraali (PRI.) No Equivalent Kenraaliluutnantti (KENL.) Kenraali(KEN.)
English Ensign (rank) 2nd Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant Captain Major Lieutenant Colonel Colonel Brigadier None Lieutenant General General

Warrant OfficersEdit

Warrant Officers
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Pradarian Toimiupseeri Yksi (TUS1.) Toimiupseeri Kaksi (TUS2) Toimiupseeri Kolme (TUS3)
English Warrant Officer One Warrant Officer Two Warrant Officer Three

Warrant Officers in Pradaria serve as technical, specialist and as generally non-executive officers. They preform roles such as pilots, skilled technicians, complex vehicle crew and other specialized roles. They fulfill roles that in other militaries would normally be occupied by commissioned or senior non-commissioned officers that do not require the command and leadership capability outside of their specialisation. Warrant officers may occupy some command and executive positions. On larger bases they are billeted in separate accommodation to other personnel, and may occupy their own Club. More typically they will billet within the Sergeants Mess, but will not dine with them.


SoldiersJunior Non-commissioned OfficersSenior Non-commissioned Officers
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Pradarian Sotilas(SOT.) Vanhempi Sotilas (VSOT.) No Equivalent Korpraali (KPL.) Vanhempi Korpraali (VKPL.) No Equivalent Kersantii (KER.) Ylikersantti (YKER.) No Equivalent Vääpeli (VÄÄ.)
English Soldier Senior Soldier None Corporal Senior Corporal None Sergeant Staff Sergeant None Sergeant Major



Small ArmsEdit

Weapon Caliber Origin Notes
Pistooli m.3 7.65x17mm Template:Flag The Pa.3 is the service pistol of the Pradarian forces. The basic design has been in service since the mid 1930s and has been improved twice, first in the 60s and again in the late 80s. The compact design is is considered an odd choice for a military pistol, but in an age of jets and long range missiles the requirement of a large combat pistol was considered to be unnecessary. Generally only senior NCOs and Officers in combat arms are issued pistols. It is regarded as a simple and reliable sidearm, and has long been favored by Pradarian soldiers for its relative light weight and compactness.
Raskas Konepistoolin 7.65x34mm Template:Flag Designed as a heavy submachine gun during the 1930s, it was intended to be issued to sections as a hand held machine gun, to fill the perceived gap of automatic firepower between the infantry machine gun and the submachine gun. While some have considered it an early form of the assault rifle, it typically saw use as a squad automatic weapon and there were never plans to issue it en mass to soldiers. While service life in the Army was short, it still finds considerable use in the Homeguard where it is issued to roughly half the riflemen in an armed section.
Automaattinenkivääri m.40 6.5x55mm Template:Flag The Akranes foundry rifle g.38 was the first new rifle adopted after the Great War as part of a universal infantry weapon program. The program was a failure and cancelled with only the rifle accepted into service as the Automatkarbin model 1940. It is a air cooled, direct impingement rifle that fires the 6.5mm infantry cartridge from a 10 or 20 round magazine fed from stripper clips. Although a somewhat archaic design it still equips some homeguard units, where it is being progressively phased out, as well as Security Forces sharpshooters.
Rynnäkkökivääri m.58 5.56x45mm Template:Flag The Rk58 is the service rifle of the Security Forces. Gallan design built in Pradaria under licence, it features extensive modifications, the most notable being Made in Pradaria stamped into the magazine well.
The Rk94 is a newer variant now equipping soldiers. It features a shorter barrel length, new adjustable stock and modified iron sights and carry handle, designed to attach the expected combat optic. It is likely closer to the Rk58k.
Rynnäkkökivääri m.58k 5.56x45mm Template:Flag The Rk58k (karbiini) is a carbine length variation of the service rifle. It is officially issued to vehicle crew, support units and other Security Force members who require a more compact weapon than the full length rifle. It however often finds its way into the hands of non-commissioned and junior officers.
Machine Guns
mmg 6.5x55mm Medium machine gun
Kevyt Konekivääri m.65 5.56x45mm Template:Flag The KvKk65 is a belt feed section machine gun designed in the 1960s to complement the lightweight Rk58 and its high velocity cartridge. A pair is generally issued per infantry section. With the introduction of the Kk66, new built and modernised models are referred to as KvKk65 (Kevyt, light)
Konekivääri m.66 6.5x55mm Template:Flag The Kk66 is broadly a Kk65 redesigned to fire the larger 6.5x55mm round. It was intended to replace the _mmg_ for general use, as it was believed that conscripts would only need to be trained on the single machinegun system to operate light and medium machineguns.
Haulikko 12 gauge It's a gun that fires lots of small metal pellets and fewer large pellets. It gets cut down because soldiers enjoy watching too much tv.

Weapon SystemsEdit

Weapon Diameter Origin Notes
Multi purpose launchers
Kevyt Sinko m.48 84 mm Template:Flag KvS48 Recoilless rifle.
Kertasinko m.72 66 mm Template:Flag KES72 light anti-tank weapon
Kivääri Kertasinko m.203 40 mm KKES203 grenade launcher
Anti-tank missile launchers
Panssarintorjuntaohjusjärjestelmä m.55 152 mm Template:Flag PSTOHJ55 guided anti tank missile system.
Panssarintorjuntaohjusjärjestelmä m.94 137 mm Template:Flag PSTOHJ94 ATGM
Anti-air missile launchers
manpads 70 mm Template:Flag MANPADS
Infantry mortars
60mm 60 mm Template:Flag Standard infantry mortar.

Land VehiclesEdit

Weapon Type Origin Notes
Tankki 151/121 Main battle tank Template:Flag Main battle tank imported from Galla. The original 152mm gun-launcher equipped variant has be progressively phased out in favour a newer variant armed with a more traditional 120mm high velocity tank gun in tank units.
muhcavalrytank Cavalry tank
Fighting vehicles
Rynnäkköpanssarivaunu Rpv.90 Infantry fighting vehicle Template:Flag The Rpv.90 is an Pradarian designed infantry fighting vehicle. It features a 3 person crew and in standard configuration carries a 9 person infantry squad. A 35mm cannon and 6.5mm coaxial machine gun make up the vehicles primary armament, while mounted infantry can utilise firing ports to fight under armour and ABC protection.

The basic platform has been adapted to for a wide variety of tasks, and along with the Rpv.90b is planned to replace the majority of tracked infantry and support vehicles in the Pradarian forces.

The Rpv.90b is an evolution of the Rpv.90 design being broadly the simular with the exclusion of the turret being the most obvious change. The removal of the large turret of the Rpv.90 allows a much larger internal area enabling the carriage of more troops or equipment under armour. This simplified design also lends itself well to more extensive modifications such as armoured bridge layers and recovery vehicles.

Personnel carriers
Panssariautopalvelut Pa.84 Armoured personnel carrier An older 6x6 personnel carrier imported from xx in the 19xxs. Serves in numerous roles. It is the cavalry mount of Army mechanised infantry and Navy sailor soldiers. Naval versions probably have band tracks or something silly over their wheels.
Panssariautopalvelut Pa.94 Armoured personnel carrier Template:Flag A newer 8x8 personnel carrier designed to replace the apc1 in mechanised infantry units. Standard mounts either a light automatic cannon or 6.5mm machine guns in a one person turret. Units that serve in scout groups may be armed with the same 35mm cannon from the Rpv.90, though this cuts down on dismount size.
metal box Armoured personnel carrier Replaced in the mechanised infantry role by Rpv.90, it now serves as a general personnel carrier and tracked carrier. It is being progressively phased out in favour of Rpv.90 and apc2.
Self-propelled artillery
m109 Self-propelled Howitzer Template:Flag
155mm self propelled howitzer
Bateleur Multiple rocket launcher Template:Flag 40x 127mm tubes mounted on an armoured 6x6 truck or Sbo.90 chassis.
Self-propelled anti-air
aa-1 Anti-aircraft system
IA-68 Self-propelled anti-air vehicle idk
Twin 35mm anti-aircraft cannons and surface to air missiles. Turret and systems originally mounted on old medium tanks, now being mounted on Rpv.90b chassis and others (apc2?)
Trucks, Logistics and Support
unimog Truck Four, six and eight wheeled versions are in service. Backbone of the Pradarian Security Forces.
light truck Utility Vehicle Template:Flag hmmwv
Hilux Utility Vehicle Red ones are proven to be at least 20% faster.
Motorfiets Motorcycle Primarily used for despatch duty, message couriers, sick jumps, and simple transportation.
Kameel Engineering Vehicle Template:Flag Engineering, recovery and support vehicles. Both tracked and wheeled variations based on the Sbo.90 and apc respectively.


Fixed WingEdit

Name Type Origin Notes
carver Mutirole fighter Template:Flag Modern two seat, twin engine fighter. Designed as a 'universal fighter' able to conduct both air-to-air and ground or surface attack missions with integrated weapons suite. The primary customer has been the Pradarian Army, with the Navy placing fewer orders.
A single carrier capable prototype exists known as the Sea Carver, but has yet to find any customers.
it will get its own page one day
Utility and support
transport.1 Transport a plane to transport things. probably c-27 size
transport.2 Transport
Aerial refueling
a plane to transport bigger things. probably a400m size
Albatros AWECs
The Albatros was procured as a common base platform for several support roles. The different variants share a (mostly) common airframe, engines and flight avionics.
Xingu Utility
Template:Flag A light utility and training aircraft. In the training role, students who have completed military flight school who are destined to fly large multi-engine aircraft such as the xx continue on the Xingu. On the Xingu they learn multi-engine, multi-crew / crew management and all weather training.
Lintu Trainer Ab initio trainer. The first aircraft that student pilots fly in basic flight school where they are primarily taught the basics of powered flight and radio telephonic procedures.
Tukaani Trainer Template:Flag Military trainer. After completion of basic flight school, fixed wing students progress to the more capable toucan turboprop trainer in which they learn more advanced flight maneuvers, navigation and military formation flying, along with other things essential to military flying.
Lokki Trainer
Light attack
Fast jet trainer. After finishing military flight school, student pilots destined to fly fast jets such as the Carver continue on to the Lokki. This turbojet powered trainer and light attack aircraft is where future combat pilots learn high speed handling, combat formations and tactics as well as dog fighting and weapon delivery.
_whatever_ Trainer
Light multi-role
The _whatever_ is a new generation supersonic jet trainer and light multi-role fighter, designed to prepare student pilots to fly the next generation of war planes. It is a joint design effort between Template:Flag and Template:Flag as a replacement for the super galeb trainer / light attack aircraft. It may or may not be in service already idk

Rotary WingEdit

Name Type Origin Notes
Rotary wing
Rynnäkköhelikopterin 4 attack helicopter Template:Flag The Rh4 is an attack helicopter imported from Template:Flag. It primarily serves as a highly mobile anti-tank platform and recon asset.
SA350 Orava Light Utility
Trainer aircraft
Template:Flag Rotary wing students move to the Orava helicopter after basic flight school and do a total rotary wing conversion. Rotary training is split into two stages that broadly follow that of fixed wing training; basic then military(advanced) training. After graduating from the Helicopter school, rotary pilots may convert to either the Rh4 attack or Puuma utility helicopters, however they may also continue on the Orava in a light utility role. Naval pilots will attend further training involving ship borne maneuvers and operations. Army pilots get to play with a rifle for another week or something.
SA24 Puuma Utility
Naval Helicopter
Template:Flag Standard utility helicopter. Literally does everything.
SA34 Carsacal Utility
Naval Helicopter
Template:Flag Will eventually replace the SA24, for now just complements it.


Probs some floaty things, some sinky things, possibly a mistral type thing.