The National Defense


This is an ammunition cartridge box, the same kind utilized by our nation’s entire Department of Defense.  Our army maintains thousands upon thousands of these boxes for many purposes.  Whether it’s training, stockpiling, or actual battle, a large amount of ammunition is required for the nation’s survival.  The ASD United Army maintains a general supply of around 1-1.5 billion rounds of ammunition at all times as a preparation for, or even a deterrent, to a foreign invasion.  Every combat soldier is supposed to carry around 400-500 rounds with them on missions, patrols, or even defense of installations.

Department of Defense Doctrine Points

-Defeat is not affordable or survivable

-Defend the neurodivergent peoples, territory is not a priority

-Any escalating conflict must be defused by any means possible

-Wars must be ended or won as soon as possible

-Terrorism must be fought at every turn

-Human losses must be kept at a minimum

Response to Acts of War

-Have a large force patrol the homeland for acts of war or terror

-Prepare mobility and logistical efficiency at all times

-Retaliatory action should be employed by any means

-Certain objectives must be reached as soon as possible

Core Values

Professionalism- A serviceman must always maintain a professional demeanor.  His uniform, gear, and arm must be well-rounded at all times.

Humanity- A serviceman must have respect for human life and do everything possible to preserve it.

Example- Leadership is best when a serviceman sets an example of it.

Sense of Duty- Servicemen must always know what they are fighting for, as well as what is at stake in the nation.

Camaraderie- Servicemen must always band together in good and bad times, this is an important part of survival.

Weapon Purity-A serviceman may not, at any time, abuse their weapons or authority of their weapons.


This is the M4, the standard-issue rifle of our army and air force.  It   has a velocity of 880 meters per second, a range of 500-600 meters, and a firing rate of 700-950 rounds per minute.  Many items can be mounted to the weapon, such as scopes, lasers, bayonets, and even grenade launchers.  The M4 uses 5.56 “NATO” rounds which are the mainstay ammunition for the M16-AR15 family.  


This is a “Maxxpro” Mine-Resistant, Ambush-Protected vehicle, also known as an MRAP.  This armored truck serves as the main troop transport for the entire army and air force, with around 13-18,000 in service.  It can hold up to 7 people, travel with 330 horsepower, and carry 1-5 tons of supplies; A Browning M2 is mounted on the top with an armored casing surrounding the gunner.  This armored personnel carrier has proven to be the number one vehicle for ASDU’s troops year after year, reducing troop deaths exponentially.  The “Maxxpro” was developed by Navistar International and further mass-produced in ASD United in conjunction with the truck manufacturer Lowell.


This is an F15 Eagle, the Air Force’s main warplane.  Manufactured by McDonnell-Douglas, the Eagle entered service with many nations since its first flight in 1972.  It carries three different types of missiles: the Sparrow, Sidewinder, and AMRAAM.  It is employed by many air forces worldwide, but our air force uses them as a strategic defense aircraft, meaning they guard against aerial assaults across the nation.


The Wasp-class amphibious assault ship was built in 1989 to house and mobilize the U.S. Marine Corps’ Expeditionary Units for battle.  Today, the ASD United Navy, in conjunction with the Army, houses active duty troops as a response system to would-be invaders.  The Wasp-class is around 253 meters long and can hold 20-40 helicopters and/or small aircraft.  It also is equipped with a space for landing craft to enter its rear.


This is the Cyclone-class patrol ship.  They were manufactured by the for the United States Navy’s Special Warfare Command, yet we use them for basic coastal patrols around the country.  They hold 28 people each and can travel 30 knots (65 kilometers/hour).  It carries 50-caliber machine guns, “Stinger” surface-air missiles, 25 millimeter autocannons, and even MK19 grenade launchers.


This is a cross-section image of a Los Angeles-class submarine.  It has a speed of 20-33 knots and a fuel life of 30 years.  Its main armaments include the Tomahawk cruise missile, MK48 torpedo, and “Harpoon” anti-ship missile.  Our submarines patrol the coastlines every month or so, observing every potential enemy in international waters.  They also have a long yet unknown range, being able to run for days on end.


This is an MK3 HAZMAT suit.  We call it an NBC (Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical) suit; this one was manufactured by the British army and sold to us in 1995.  It uses an PPM-88  respirator yet we use a different respirator which goes on the face and underneath the hood.  The MK3, like other suits, is divided into two parts: top and trousers.  They are taped up with the gloves being taped up last.


This is an MQ1 “Predator” drone, manufactured by General Atomics in San Diego, California.  With a wingspan of 14 meters, it can travel 217 kilometers/hour and continue flight for 24 hours.  It’s armed with different kinds of missiles, such as the AGM114 “Hellfire”, the AIM92 “Stinger”, and the “Griffin” Air-Surface missile.  The Predator is powered by a “Rotax 914” engine which is four-stroke and air-cooled.


This is the AH64 Apache, manufactured by Boeing.  It’s one of the strongest and most lethal gunships in existence with “Hydra 70” rockets, AGM114 “Hellfire” missiles, and an M230 Chain Gun.  It can reach speeds of up to 293 kilometers/hour and travel up to 480 kilometers.  This large helicopter is powered by two “General Electric T700” engines that give off around 1260 kilowatts.

Forward Operating Bases


A Forward Operating Base is a small installation designed to secure a battle area without moving large groups of people all at once.  Our FOBs hold up to 300 personnel and have enough space to last them around 6 months.  In the event of a terrorist attack or invasion, these troops will serve as first responders, ready to defend the nation in less than fifteen minutes.  There are an estimated 30 of these bases around the nation, ready to respond to any incident.

National Service

Everyone in ASD United is required by the Defense Service and Manpower Act to serve at least four years in some branch of the armed services.  The army has priority over the other branches, yet there is a “disqualification” pipeline, it follows this pattern:

Army- If found to be a “4” (Unserviceable), the person is transferred to the Air Force.

Air Force- If the person is found to be a “4”, they are transferred to the Navy.

Navy- If a person is found to be a “4”, they will be pardoned from military service altogether, usually for health reasons.

The usual health disqualifiers for service are:

-Diabetes Mellitus

-Cancer Survival

-Blood borne infections, such as HIV, Hepatitis, and others

-History of Suicide Attempts

-Tobacco-related problems


-Severe Psychiatric Disabilities, such as Schizophrenia, Depression, or others

Acts of War

The ASDU Department of Defense has guidelines to acts of war and/or terrorism.  This “escalation” matrix is as follows:

Defense Readiness Condition (DEFCON)

5- Vigilance- There is no danger of war.  An active duty force is patrolling the nation for any threats or suspicious vehicles.

4- Threat spotted- A terrorist or potential invader has been spotted.  All available forces will respond to the threat and defuse it or call for reinforcements.

3- Mobilization- War or a terrorist crisis requires an immediate mobilization of all armed services.  The ASDU Army can mobilize 900,000 men in 48 hours.  They respond to any further invasions or terrorist acts.

2- Total War Imminent- All armed services are below maximum readiness.

1- Maximum Readiness- All armed services are at full readiness, prepared to strike on command.


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