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EUROPEAN FEDERATION ENFORCER CORPS
RUSSIAN SPETZNAZ GUARD BRIGADES
US JOINT STRIKE FORCES
EUROPEAN FEDERATION ENFORCER CORPS advanced tech and energy weapons. fast, agile strike force. best air-intercept, aavs and drones.
RUSSIAN SPETZNAZ GUARD BRIGADES heavy armor and chemical weapons. tough, powerful assault force. best infantry, air-drop and tanks.
BE MORE THAN YOU THINK YOU CAN BE. BEST GUNSHIP, DRONE, AIR-STRIKE.

COMMANDERS

Recruit 80 unique officers

Dieter Munz

Leopard 3AX

Formerly an elite operator in RAINBOW, Munz returned to Germany when the European Federation withdrew its support from the unit, and chose reassignment to the Enforcer Corps as part of the newly formed Battlegroup 15. An expert tank-killer in his former line of work, Munz applied his experience to his new role as an armored company commander fighting Russian armored units in Central Germany. 

Tank

Dieter Munz

Leopard 3AX

Formerly an elite operator in RAINBOW, Munz returned to Germany when the European Federation withdrew its support from the unit, and chose reassignment to the Enforcer Corps as part of the newly formed Battlegroup 15. An expert tank-killer in his former line of work, Munz applied his experience to his new role as an armored company commander fighting Russian armored units in Central Germany. 

Gunship

Franz Neuhaus

A140 Mongoose

Flying from his base at Námešt nad Oslavou, Major Neuhaus and his gunship flight, part of the 221st Attack Helicopter Squadron, inflicted tremendous damage on advancing Russian forces during the early stages of the war. His unit is famous for using stealth tactics to penetrate enemy air defenses and striking targets before they realize they are in danger.

Anti-Air Vehicle

Ivo Stijns

AMZ-40 Aurochs

Major Stijns commanded the 5th Air Defense Company during the war, defending Brussels from countless Russian air raids and cruise missile attacks as part of Battlegroup 28. Over the course of four separate enemy offensives against the city, Stijns and his officers developed refinements to their AAVs target acquisition systems that improved their ability to detect, target and destroy fast-moving, low-altitude attackers, such as Russian Slamhound fighters. 

Infantry

Kazimiera Rakuzanka

Hussars

An infantry assault specialist and a former RAINBOW operator, Rakuzanka was an infantry company commander during the war as part of the Enforcer Corps' elite Battlegroup 20. Leading the battlegroup's 5th Company, Rakuzanka spearheaded the airmobile attack on the JSF's left flank during the US's first invasion of Europe, and took part in the fierce urban fighting in Calais as US forces attempted to withdraw back to their transport ships. 

Artillery

Peter Talberg

AMZ-60 Huntsman

Major Talberg commanded the 15th Artillery Company at the beginning of the war, and was deployed to Germany's eastern border when the Russian land offensive began. After suffering heavy casualties following massive Russian airstrikes, Talberg and his men became experts at scavenging damaged artillery units - even captured enemy guns - to keep the unit combat capable. They are capable of sustaining damage that would destroy lesser units, yet keep on firing. 

Drone

Gianna Malvadi

Neuron V

A former member of RAINBOW before the war, Malvadi was an elite counterterrorist commando who specialized in electronic surveillance. When the European Federation withdrew its support from the multinational unit, Malvadi returned to Italy and requested an assignment with Battlegroup 10, the headquarters and support battlegroup for the entire Enforcer Corps. 

Air-Strike

Javier Llorente

JAS-51 Drakkar

Operating from Torrejón Air Base at Madrid, Colonel Llorente's 453 Escuadrón, the Thunderbolts, performed close air support for EuroFed battlegroups throughout the southern theatre of operations. Equipped with long-range standoff missiles, Llorente's planes could strike targets of opportunity and vanish before enemy air defenses could engage them.

Air-Transport

Ludmila Ponická

EC 222 Dragonfly

Called the Night Witch by friends and enemies alike, Major Ponická was a flight leader in the 401st Transport Squadron, an elite group of helicopter pilots that worked exclusively with EuroFed special forces units during the war. Her flight specializes in low-altitude, high-speed approaches to minimize air defense threats into and out of the drop zone.

Air-Intercept

Jorg Walther

PA Cyclone ADV

A flight leader in the 304th Fighter Squadron,  Walther led his flight on almost a dozen sorties against heavily escorted Russian transport planes that were reinforcing the landing zones in the area His actions earned him the Gold Medal of Valor and established his reputation as one of the fiercest fighter pilots in Europe.

WORLD AT WAR

Faction vs. Faction massive global conflict

The World Burns

War has torn the world apart. 
Global resources are running scarce.
War is no longer a final resort.
It is the only way to survive.

Eiffel Tower Paris

Perhaps the world’s most iconic tourist attraction, the Eiffel Tower was destroyed during World War III, and will be the staging grounds for the conflict between the forces of the rightful European Federation and the bureaucrat usurpers from the Council of Europe in Brussels. 

Red Square Moscow

Fight at the center of the once picturesque Red Square against former military intelligence, known as The Directorate, that moves to overthrow the legal Russian Federation government. What would Comrade Lenin say about his sleep being disturbed?

The World Burns

War has torn the world apart. 
Global resources are running scarce.
War is no longer a final resort.
It is the only way to survive.