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Federal Republic of Bongrovia


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Flag of Bongrovia


The Federal Republic of Bongrovia, commonly referred to as Bongrovia, is a federal republic located in the southern portion of Europe. It shares open borders with the countries of France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia and the enclaved microstates San Marino and Vatican City, as well as having the Mediterranean Sea to the south, east, and west. The nation covers 2,523,485 square kilometers and has an estimated population of over 324.5 million (Federal Census Bureau, 2018). Bongrovia is a federation consisting of 126 provinces across its three primary regions: Mainland, Catalina, and the Bongrovian African Colonial Region (BACR).

Bongrovia was first inhabited by people of the former Kingdom of Italy before establishing a demonym. The country was founded after revolutionists defeated the Kingdom during the Third Italian War of Independence in 1866.

Bongrovia is a developed country, with a high national GDP of 661 trillion dollars and a per capita GDP of $101,809, being ranked very highly in the world. Both are steadily and rapidly increasing. The country's economy is lead by an abundance of trout fishing and yearly tourism. Bongrovia ranks high in trout fishing, public transport, and tourism, as well as public health care and defense forces. The country is recognized as a middle power, as well as a member of several international organizations, including the LinkUnited NationsLinkNorth Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), European Pact for Defense and Security (EuroPact), the reformed Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), and the World Assembly.



Critical Information


Motto: Una nazione fondata sulla guerra, una repubblica fondata sulla determinazione
("A nation founded on war, a republic founded on determination")

Location:
Bongrovian World Map by Sgt-Turbo

Population: 324,595,397
Density: 129/km²

Capital: Bongrovia City
And largest city
41.9028° N, 12.4964° E

Official Languages: Italian, English

National Languages: See full list

Demonyn: Bongrovian

Government: Federal Republic

Government Leadership

- President: Nick H. Rodgers (Head of State)
First Lady: Hannah Rodgers

- Vice President: Ned G. Adams
Second Lady: Laurel Adams

- Prime Minister: Abelino Trentino (Head of Government)
Spouse of the Prime Minister: Camille Trentino

- President of Chamber of Constituency Representatives (acts as Speaker): Kevin Porter

- Chief Justice: Jeffery Mcnamara

Military Leadership

- Commander in Chief: President Nick H. Rodgers

- National Security Advisor: John Cunningham

- Minister of Defense: Gen. Andrew Secor

- Secretary of the Ministry of Defense: Lt.Gen. Cassandra Fallon

- Minister of Homeland Security: Edwin Snyder

- Chairman of the Supreme Defense Council: General Larry G. Cuthbertson, Bongrovian Army

Legislature: Parliament

Upper house: Senate of the Republic
Lower house: Chamber of Constituency Representatives

Establishment:

From the Kingdom of Italy: 1867
Unification: 1868

From the Third Reich: March 1944

From the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR): 1980

Land Area: 2,523,485 km2
Water Area: 7,200 km²
Water %: 2.4

Elevation

Highest Point: Puncak Jaya, Sudirman Range, Papua Province - 4,884 m (16,024 ft)

Lowest Point: Mediterranean Sea - 0 m

GDP (nominal): $661 Trillion dollars BGD
GDP (nominal) per capita: $101,809 BGD

Human Development Index: 88.43

Currency: Bongrovian dollar ($) (BGD)

Time Zone:
- CET (UTC+1)
- CEST (UTC+2)
- Western Catalina Time (WCT) (UTC+7)
- Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) (for African colonies)

Calling code: +39

ISO 3166 code: BG

Internet TLD: .bon
                      .mod.bon (Armed Forces/Ministry of Defense)
                      .gov.bon (government)

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[AU-BG] Catalina-class aircraft carrier (1950s)
Credits:
- Ship itself made by Bombhead from the Shipbucket community. Original can be found here.
- CascadiaSB for the aircraft seen here. All of the aircraft they've made can be found in their gallery. 



The post-1964 refit version of this ship can be seen here.

I present to you the Catalina-class carrier, the flagship of the 1950s-era Bongrovian Navy. Entering service in early 1950, this class was the first ship of its type to enter service since Aquila in 1943. Miraculously, the carrier was bought, received, and completed by British and Bongrovian shipbuilders, originally being the canceled HMS Eagle of the Audacious-class. With the whole of Europe being thrust straight into the Cold War in late 1945 at the end of the Second World War, possession of a strong navy, carrier or not, was crucial to protecting the Mediterranean and the Pacific region that was under Bongrovian ownership (Catalina, IRL Indonesia). As part of Bongrovia's short first membership with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)*, the only ship of the class completed at the time, BGS Catalina (CV-01), was deployed to Catalina in support of forces in Korea during the Korean War. Despite this, the ship would not see combat as the U.S. and British navies covered all of the naval-based support while land-based aircraft of the Bongrovian Air Force provided close air support for Bongrovian ground forces. The Korean War unofficially "ended" with a ceasefire in 1953 and Catalina would be assigned to Naval Base Surabaya, Catalina.

In 1954, the French lost the First Indochina War after their total defeat at the Battle of Dien Bien Phu in French Indochina (modern-day Vietnam). Bongrovia, being strong allies with France, supplied arms to the French military and attempted to deploy forces, but was unable to commit due to post-WW2 economical difficulties and the deployment to Korea. With the French defeat in May 1954, Bongrovia declared war on the Việt Minh and the People's Army of Vietnam two years later on May 14th, 1956. The next month, Bongrovia would make their first assault into the country.

Quote from NationStates.net

"On June 12th, 1956, the 4th and 5th Battalions, 1st Marines landed on the beaches of Hải Ninh, South Vietnam. The next day, the 1st Battalion, 3rd Marines landed at Gio Linh, South Vietnam. The two forces advanced through the cities of Hải Ninh and Gio Linh, meeting just northwest of the Gio Linh district by the 14th and officially combining into the 1st Expeditionary Force. On June 16th, as the 1st EF was preparing to push further into the area around the 17th Parallel, the 307th Regiment of the North Vietnamese Army engaged 1/5 Marines (5th Batt.), heavily outnumbering them. This is when Bongrovian air power and naval gunfire support came into play. The BGS Catalina and her supporting vessels became vital to Bongrovia's presence in the Bongo-Vietnamese War. Carrier-based FJ-4 Fury and F9F-8 Cougar fighter-bombers, as well as AD-1 Skyraider and F4U-7 Corsair attack aircraft, were launched multiple times a day to support Marines along the Parallel. Despite being outnumbered and caught by surprise, the close air support by BGN and BGMC aircraft allowed the 1st EF to push back the 307th and set up a forward operating base. Over the next two months, one brigade and two additional battalions landing on the beaches of Hai Ninh, which had now become an impromptu port for the Bongrovian Navy. The forward operating base in Đông Hà allowed the 1st Expeditionary Force to push into North Vietnam towards the cities of Hà Tĩnh and Vinh, as well as pushing south towards the strategically-important Huế. As the months went on, B-57B Canberra tactical bombers based in Catalina began light bombing missions in support of American-led bombing campaigns with ARVN forces."

Catalina and her sister ships, Jakarta and Bekasi, which entered service in 1960 and 1967, respectively, would continue to serve the Bongrovian Navy for decades. While Catalina would be decommissioned in 1971 and converted into a museum ship, Jakarta and Bekasi would be modified and see service alongside the more modern Giuseppe Garibaldi-class light assault carrier (CVAL-01 and CVAL-02), the BGS Valkyrie (CVN-01), Bongrovia's first nuclear-powered supercarrier, and the first ship of the indigenously-produced Bongrovia City-class nuclear-powered supercarrier, BGS Bongrovia City (CVN-02). The second and third ships of the Catalina-class would be mothballed and assigned to the Reserve Fleet of the Bongrovian Navy after their decommissioning in the late 1980s. With the commissioning of Cavour in 2004 and construction of Bongrovia City-class carriers continued, Jakarta and Bekasi were stricken from the Reserve Fleet in 2004 and were sent for scrapping. Bekasi, as part of an environmental program set forth by the Rodgers Administration, was instead scuttled and turned into an artificial reef for marine life in the Mediterranian Sea. Catalina continues to serve as a museum ship and is docked in Jakarta Bay. The City of Jakarta, which took ownership of the vessel in 1972, plans to keep her in tremendous condition as she serves for many years to come.

* Bongrovia was one of the original 12 members of NATO at its creation in 1949 but was controversially overrun by Soviet forces after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution was dissolved. Bongrovia would be a Warsaw Pact country until its successful military revolution during the Bongro-Soviet Revolutionary War from 1979 to 1981. Bongrovia would again become a NATO member in early 1983.

Aircraft Complement (late-1953/early 1954)

Standard

Total: 50

- 35x F8F-2BG Bearcat carrier-based fighter

- 5x Sea Hornet F.21 carrier-based heavy fighter/fighter-bomber

- 10x F4U-7BG Corsair fighter-bomber/ground attack aircraft (operated by both BGN and BGMC)

- 3x F4U-5N or Sea Hornet NF.21 night fighter (squadrons were transitioning at the time)

- 2x TBM-3W Avenger airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft

- 2x TBM-3R(BG) Avenger carrier onboard delivery (COD) aircraft

- 3x H-25 Retriever search and rescue/plane guard ops. helicopter

Marine Corps Assault Support

Total: 50

- 10x F8F-2BG Bearcat carrier-based fighter

- 20x F4U-7BG Corsair fighter-bomber/ground attack aircraft (operated by both BGN and BGMC)

- 13x Mi-4 'Hound'** medium utility helicopter (operated by BGMC)

- 2x TBM-3W Avenger airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft

- 2x TBM-3R(BG) Avenger carrier onboard delivery (COD) aircraft

- 3x H-25 Retriever search and rescue/plane guard ops. helicopter

** Some (at least 4 for assault ops.) were armed transport gunship conversions to provide immediate close air support during assault operations until fixed-wing assets could arrive.
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Future of the Bongrovian Armed Forces (Air)
As the title suggests, this sheet provides some insight into the future of aviation for the primary branches of the Bongrovian Armed Forces. I chose to exclude the Coastal Defense Command as nothing major has been planned in the near future for this branch. I created this to basically be a sheet I could dump ideas into, most of which had been running around in my head for weeks. Aircraft were pulled from some of my other sheets, with most being made by SILVER-70CHEV and CascadiaSB. Anyway, onto the info!

Bongrovian Air Force

Badger Lives On

With the ever-advancing environment that is air-to-air combat, stealth has become a necessity for an aircraft to survive. The Tiger Claw-Leonardo F-24A Badger, the first non-American stealth combat aircraft and Europe's first venture into stealth technologies, has been in service since 2010. Reaching a full decade of service, the BGAF has planned to upgrade the aircraft to keep it ahead of the competition and providing stealth air superiority capabilities to Bongrovia for many decades to come. Virtually all planned upgrades are currently classified, with the only public release being a new variant of the Striker II-TE helmet-mounted display system used by all other BGAF fighter aircraft, though no specific details are publicly known. Leonardo S.p.A is also in talks with the Bongrovian government to possibly export the F-24A to certain countries, with the company eyeing the Royal Air Force, Royal Australian Air Force, and the Japanese Air Self Defense Force as its first customers

New Bird on the Block

While the F-24A Badger presents a massive advancement in the European air combat environment, being the only European-built stealth fighter to enter active service, the current fleet of 102 F-15C+ [Block 132] Super Aquilas remain the primary air superiority platform for the Bongrovian Air Force. Seeing the importance of this airframe, BGAF officials have decided to upgrade and increase this fleet. Four variants were planned as part of the "Advanced Aquila" program: conventional single- and dual-seat variants, a dual-seat electronic warfare/SEAD variant, and a semi-stealth variant taking elements from Boeing's F-15SE Stealth Eagle concept. Due to the advanced multirole nature of the airframe, the BGAF plans to replace the majority of its tactical combat aircraft fleet with the Advanced Aquila, as well as serving alongside the F-2000A [Block III] Typhoon. More information on the Advanced Aquila can be seen here.

Battle for the MRF-X: Lightning vs Siolpaire

With the events of the 2011 Freetown Bombing, where the Republic of Eastern Germany (ODR) launched airstrikes against the capital of the Bongrovian African Colonial Region, Freetown, Sierra Leone, from airbases in ODR territory in Ghana, the nations of Bongrovia, Norway, and Denmark delayed their respective orders of the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II. This threw a wrench in the BGAF Advanced Multirole Fighter program (MRF-X), which the F-35 had planned to fill. These three countries began to seek a European-made option, and an option wouldn't come for another two years when Eurasian company SCI Aerospace proposed their T3S-1 Siolpaire prototype. While the F-35 has the advantage of frontal stealth, the Siolpaire has its own advantage of being better able to incorporate European-made weapons, such as the MBDA Meteor and Diehl IRIS-T air-to-air missiles and the Storm Shadow cruise missile. With both aircraft being near-equals, the MRF-X program continues into the present day without a clear winner. 

Eurofighter 2020

The Eurofighter 2020 program was a program launched to upgrade and modernize the Typhoon fleets of the nine operating nations: Austria, Germany, Bongrovia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Eurofighter GmbH, the company in charge of development for the Typhoon and its predecessor, the Tornado, have laid out the following upgrades: conformal fuel tank (CFT) capability, enhancement of various avionics, BAE Systems Barracuda electronic countermeasures (ECM) system, TCAE AN/APG-871 AESA radar, enhancement of the Praetorian DASS defensive aid sub-system, enhancing the computing ability of onboard computers and other electronics, addition of joint networking capability and satellite communications, Leonardo Striker III helmet-mounted display system, VHF VOR system, advanced targeting pod ability, leading-edge root extensions (LERX), capability to launch Storm Shadow/SCALP-EG and Taurus KEPD 350 long-range cruise missiles, a more efficient fuel dump system for in-flight emergencies, a passive missile warning system, and 3-dimensional thrust vectoring (3D TV) nozzles for its two EuroJet EJ200 high-bypass turbofan engines. All nine current operators of the Eurofighter are looking into this upgrade program, with Bongrovia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Kingdom showing the most interest.

LRB 2020+

The Long-Range Bomber 2020+ program is designed to upgrade the 127-aircraft fleet of B-120B Archangel and Tu-95BG-II Bear strategic bombers operated by BGAF Strategic Strike Command (SSC). The focus of the program is to allow both aircraft types to be better protected from surface-to-air missile systems such as the Russian S-300, S-400, and future S-500 systems, as well as the Chinese HQ-9. This includes upgrades to their current electronic countermeasure suites, enhancing flare and chaff systems, and upgrading the terrain-following radar and terrain collision/avoidance systems featured on the B-120B, among many others. Both aircraft will receive a [Block IIIA] designation to denote these upgrades.

KC-2020+

The KC-2020+ program is designed to provide a large and stable fleet of long-endurance aerial refueling tankers for the Bongrovian Armed Forces. The program plans to have a BGAF fleet of the 61 KC-10A Extenders currently in service, over 200 KC-767As, anywhere from 3 to 6 KC-49A Supertankers, and 45 KC-30A MRTT tankers, with complete operational capacity expected by the end of the 2040s. The BGAF has already retired some of its KC-135R fleet, which made up the bulk of the BGAF tanker fleet and is expecting the KC-767A to fully replace it. The KC-30A MRTT is expected to replace the KC-10A in the near future.

E-X Program

The BGAF E-X program is designed to provide the Bongrovian Air Force with a modern and highly-capable airborne early warning and airborne command platform for current and near-future aerial combat. The BGAF currently operates the American-made E-3 Sentry platform, with 15 E-3D (designated E-3BG) and 7 E-3G in service as of FY2018. The program involves five different aircraft, with one being an upgrade proposal for the current E-3D/G fleet. The others include the Boeing E-767A, the Airbus A321 AEW concept being proposed to various other nations, the Boeing 737 AEW/E-7A Wedgetail, and the Gulfstream/IAI E-37B. The Beriev A-100 was also proposed but was not selected as a final competitor due to the lack of commonality with other airframes already in service and compliance with BGAF supply chains.

BGAF Retires Most of Its Current Fleet

With the relatively-old age of the majority of the current BGAF inventory, a large number of airframe types are being removed from frontline and reserve service as the Bongrovian Armed Forces continue work on its force-wide modernization project. The current list of aircraft being retired by the BGAF are: F-4BG Super Phantom, MiG-29BG Super Fulcrum, MiG-31BG Foxhound, F/A-37B Eurofighter Thunderbolt, A-200A Tornado, Su-25K/BG Frogfoot, IA 58E Super Pucará, FB-111B+ Supervark, F-111H Heavyvark, EA-200A/A-200AS Tornado ECR, EF-111B Raven, SR-71D Advanced Blackbird, C-130E/H Hercules, and the VC-96A Commandant.

Bongrovian Navy

Fight for King

For the past decade, Bongrovian Naval Aviation (NAVAIR) has been presented with a problem of finding a new aircraft to fulfill the multirole fighter role. The program began originally with the F-14E Super Tomcat competing against the navalized variant of Lockheed Martin's Joint Strike Fighter, now known as the F-35C, and the Dassault Rafale M currently in service with the French Navy, though others have since added their name to the list. Dassault was soon pulled from the competition as its product failed to meet program requirements without major modification. Of the current competitors, Eurofighter GmbH responded with a navalized variant of the Typhoon, which has been given the company designation of "Typhoon N," Boeing responded with their Advanced Super Hornet project, and SCI Aerospace has recently (as of late 2017) responded with a navalized development of their T3S-1 prototype. The program still has no clear winner, with Leonardo recently unveiling their "F-14F" concept, an even-further upgraded version of the F-14E that BGNAVAIR currently uses. 

New EW Platform

With the recent retirement of the EA-3H Skywarrior in 2013, the Bongrovian Navy and Marine Corps have lacked an airborne electronic warfare platform, which has proved to be a very valuable asset. With the official formulation of the Advanced Carrier Fighter (ACF) program as part of the Bongrovian federal budget for FY 2015, the program also looked to develop a new EW platform from the program winner to fill this gap. So far, Lockheed Martin is the only competing company to not submit an F-35C-based EW variant, instead claiming that the F-35C's stealth abilities negate the need for a dedicated platform. Eurofighter GmbH has submitted the "Typhoon EN" design based on the Eurofighter 2020 concept, SCI Aerospace is currently developing a dedicated aircraft based on their T3S-1 prototype, and Boeing has submitted their EA-18G Growler, which is currently in service with the United States Navy and is being offered to numerous other nations. As the F-14E, and its newer sister the F-14F, are still part of the ACF competition, Leonardo S.p.A is currently looking into developing an "EF-14E/F" to fulfill the electronic warfare role. 

Future of the Old Guard: New Doctrine Needed?

With the establishment of Bongrovian Naval Aviation (BGNAVAIR) programs such as the ACF program, a major question asked by Navy officials and aviation enthusiasts alike was whether or not the AB-5E+ Super Vigilante and the KA-6E+ Intruder AR were going to continue their already-long service lives. Both aircraft serve vital roles for the Bongrovian Navy, with the Intruder AR providing much-needed aerial refueling for other carrier-based aircraft, such as the F-14E Super Tomcat and E-2BG Advanced Hawkeye, and the Super Vigilante providing long-range convoy interdiction and strategic strike roles, performing a similar function to that of the recently-retired Air Force F-111 Aardvarks. The Bongrovian Navy is looking into future fixed-wing aircraft to replace the KA-6E+, both manned and unmanned, but they want to keep the Super Vigilante serving for many years to come. In March 2019, the Bongrovian Ministry of Defence contracted both Leonardo S.p.A and Tiger Claw Defense Aviation, the original creator of the Super Vigilante project, to create an upgrade proposal for the AB-5E+. 

Old Aircraft Getting Some SLEP

As a lot of the BGNAVAIR fleet is relatively old, the majority of them will be receiving service life extension programs (SLEPs) so that they can continue serving. As of late April 2019, the list of SLEP programs for Naval Aviation include: F27-400M Troopship, S-3BG Viking (plus a 40% reduction in the fleet), KC-130J Super Hercules, RA-6H Stalker, E-2BG Advanced Hawkeye (becoming the Enhanced Hawkeye), C-2BG Greyhound (includes a re-engine, adding the RR AE 2100 turboprop), HH-139A, MH-53E Sea Dragon, and the Su-25UTG Frogfoot.

BGNAVAIR Narrows Its Aggressors

As shown with various aerial exercises across the world, aggressors can prove vital to training combat pilots for different types of aerial combat. Though the list of aircraft types used for aggressors by the Bongrovian Armed Forces has grown since the first aggressor squadrons were formed, both the Bongrovian Navy and Marine Corps have narrowed their fleets as cost-cutting measures. Both services will now use only five types of aircraft as aggressors: the F-5E/F Tiger II, EA-7L Corsair II (for ECM/jamming simulations), MiG-29S 'Fulcrum-C', MiG-29BG/GT Super Fulcrum, and the F/A-18C Hornet. 

More Emphasis on Maritime Patrol

With the increased naval threat from nations such as China and Iran, the Bongrovian Navy has put more emphasis on their maritime patrol and strike capabilities. In addition to their carrier-based strike assets, the land-based patrol and strike assets are getting more attention. With the recent retirement of the AP-50B Atlantic II, there are four land-based aircraft in service: the A319 MPA, SC-130J-30 MPA, MP-42B Surveyor, and the MQ-4BG EuroHawk Triton. As tensions increase between Iran and the United States, Bongrovia has planned deployments of its MP-42B and SC-130J-30 MPA to Joint Base Al Ain in the United Arab Emirates. 

More Aircraft Retire

Similar to that of the Bongrovian Air Force, a large number of airframe types are being removed from frontline and reserve service as the Bongrovian Armed Forces continue work on its force-wide modernization project. The current list of aircraft being retired by the BGN are: EA-3H Spark Warrior (2013), TA-4J Skyhawk (2015), UH-3H/SH-3H Sea King, EH-3H Sea King ASaC7, SH-2BG Super Seasprite, HH-2C+ Super Seasprite, C-62A 'Classic', AP-50B Atlantic II, EP-50A Atlantic Caricabatterie, EP-50C Atlantic Elettronico, P-3BG Orion, and the C-130E/H Hercules.

Bongrovian Marine Corps

Marine ACF

As the Bongrovian Marine Corps operates the F-14E Super Tomcat alongside the Navy, they have been included in the BGN Advanced Carrier Fighter (ACF) program. All information is the same (see Bongrovian Navy, "Fight for King"), though, in addition to the carrier-based variant of the Lightning II, the F-35C, the Marine Corps is also looking into the V/STOL variant, the F-35B, to replace its fleet of AV-8BG Harrier IIs.

From BGN, "Fight for King"

For the past decade, Bongrovian Naval Aviation (NAVAIR) has been presented with a problem of finding a new aircraft to fulfill the multirole fighter role. The program began originally with the F-14E Super Tomcat competing against the navalized variant of Lockheed Martin's Joint Strike Fighter, now known as the F-35C, and the Dassault Rafale M currently in service with the French Navy, though others have since added their name to the list. Dassault was soon pulled from the competition as its product failed to meet program requirements without major modification. Of the current competitors, Eurofighter GmbH responded with a navalized variant of the Typhoon, which has been given the company designation of "Typhoon N," Boeing responded with their Advanced Super Hornet project, and SCI Aerospace has recently (as of late 2017) responded with a navalized development of their T3S-1 prototype. The program still has no clear winner, with Leonardo recently unveiling their "F-14F" concept, an even-further upgraded version of the F-14E that BGNAVAIR currently uses.

More Aircraft Recent SLEPs

As with the rest of the Bongrovian Armed Forces, various BGMC aircraft will be receiving service life extension programs (SLEPs) to extend their already-lengthy service lives. As of FY 2018, the list of aircraft receiving SLEPs are the AV-8BG Harrier II+, A-7BG Corsair II+, OV-10X+ Super Bronco, Su-39BG Frogfoot, CV-131D Zanzara, F27-400M Troopship, C-941E Tempesta, and C-8B Super Buffalo. The C-295M Skyhauler, C-27J Spartan, and UV-18 Twin Otter will continue their service lives as well, but do not require SLEPs for the foreseeable future.
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A list of equipment used by the Bongrovian Navy and Bongrovian Marine Corps during amphibious operations.



BGMC Assets


Ground Equipment

Tanks

Merkava Mk 4M-BG

Bongrovian Merkava Mk 4M-BG by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Main battle tank
Armament: 120mm MG253E1 smoothbore cannon (ATGM-capable), 1x .50 M3P HMG, 2x 7.62mm M240C MMG (coaxial, turret-mount), 60mm internal mortar, 12 smoke grenades (4x 3-canister launchers)

M60A4 Super Patton

BGMC M60A4 Super Patton by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Main battle tank
Armament: 120mm L44 smoothbore cannon, M153 CROWS II w/ .50 M3P, 1x 7.62mm M240C MMG (coaxial), 12 smoke grenades (2x M250 6-canister launchers) + smoke generator within engine

M60A3 RISE (PASSIVE) WSAP Patton

M60a3 Rise (p) Wsap by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Main battle tank
Armament: 105mm M68A1E2 rifled cannon, 1x .50 M85 HMG (commander's turret),1x 7.62mm M240C MMG (coaxial), 12 smoke grenades (2x M250 6-canister launchers) + smoke generator within engine
Mostly in reserve storage and being exported, seeing most of its current service in training maneuvers.

M8A2 Thunderfire AGLS/M8A2E1 Thunderfire 152

BGMC M8A2 Thunderfire by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Airborne-capable light/cavalry tank
Armament: 120mm Ruag 120 smoothbore cannon (ATGM-capable) or 152mm M82E3 rifled support gun, 1x pintle-mounted gun [.50 M3P, .50 GAU-19/A, 40mm Mk 19 AGL], 1x 7.62mm M240C MMG (coaxial), 12 smoke grenades (2x M250 6-canister launchers) + smoke generator within engine
Used soley by BGMC Airborne Raider [Heavy] units.


Artillery

K9A1BG [KAWEST] 'BongroThunder'

BGMC K9A1BG [KAWEST] BongroThunder by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Self-propelled tracked howitzer
Caliber: 155mm (Raug L47B 155mm cannon)

M142BG HIMARS II

Bgmc M142bg Himars Ii by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Guided multiple-launch rocket system (MLRS)
Caliber: 110mm (standard rocket types), 306mm (MGM-140 ATACMS), 250-lb Ground Launched Small Diameter Bomb (GLSDB)

MTVR MK25 Tornado

BGMC MTVR MK25 Tornado MLRS by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Unguided multiple-launch rocket system
Caliber: 122mm

M777A2 Ultra-Light Howitzer

Bgmc M777a2 by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Towed gun-howitzer
Caliber: 155mm

L118BG Light Howitzer, Towed (LHT)

BGMC L119BG light field gun by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Towed light howitzer/field gun
Caliber: 105mm


Landing Vehicles

AAV-7A1 'Amtrak' amphibious assault vehicles (variants)

AAV-7A1 variants by Sgt-Turbo

Variants: AAVP-7A1 RAM/RS (personnel), AAVF-7A1 RAM/RS (fire support), AAVC-7A1 (command), AAVR-7A1 (recovery)
Role: Amphibious armored personnel carrier/amphibious fire support/amphibious command/amphibious recovery vehicle
Armament: 40mm Mk 19 AGL, 1x .50 M2A1 HMG (coaxial) [AAVP] 
                 or 4-missile M220-series BGM-71E/F TOW 2A/B anti-tank wired guided missile launcher + 25mm M242 Bushmaster autocannon, 1x .50 M2A1 HMG (coaxial) [AAVF]
                 or 1x .50 M85 HMG [AAVC/AAVR]
                 8x smoke grenade (2x 4-canister launchers) + smoke generator with engine

Crew/carrying capacity: 3 crew + 21 marines

AAV-5A3 amphibious assault vehicle (variants)

BGMC LVT-5 variants by Sgt-Turbo

Variants: AAVP-5A3 (personnel), AAVH-6A3 (fire support), AAVE-1A3 (engineering), AAVC-5A1 (command)
Role: Amphibious armored personnel carrier/amphibious fire support/amphibious command/amphibious engineering vehicle
Armament: 40mm Mk 19 AGL, 1x .50 M2A1 HMG (coaxial) [AAVP] 
                 or 105mm M49 howitzer, 1x 7.62mm M240C MMG (coaxial) [AAVH]
                 or 1x .50 M85 HMG [AAVC/AAVE]
                 10x smoke grenade (2x 5-canister launchers) + smoke generator with engine

Crew/carrying capacity: 3 crew + 34 marines (AAVP-5A3)

Expeditionary Assault Vehicle (variants)

BGMC Expeditionary Assault Vehicle (EAV) by Sgt-Turbo

Variants: Expeditionary Assault Vehicle (personnel), Expeditionary Assault Command Vehicle (command)
Role: Amphibious assault/fighting vehicle
Armament: 30mm Mk44 Bushmaster II autocannon, 1x M240C MMG (coaxial), 1x Mk 21 Mod 2 MMG (pintle-mount, turret) [EAV]
                  or 1x M240C MMG (coaxial), 1x Mk 21 Mod 2 MMG (pintle-mount, turret) [EACV]
                  8x smoke grenade (2x 4-canister launchers) + smoke generator with engine

Crew/carrying capacity: 3 crew + 17 marines [EAV]
                                   3 crew + 7 command staff [EACV]

LAV-25A2 (variants)



Variants: LAV-25A2 (regular/recon), LAV-P (personnel), LAV C2 (command), LAV-AD (short-range air defense), LAV-AT (anti-tank), LAV-M (mortar carrier), LAV-R (recovery)
Role: Amphibious reconnaissance vehicle
Armament: 25mm M242 Bushmaster autocannon, 1x M240C MMG (coaxial), 1x M240G MMG (pintle-mount, turret) [LAV-25A2]
                 or 4-missile M220-series BGM-71E/F TOW 2A/B anti-tank wired guided missile launcher, 1x M240G MMG (pintle-mount, turret) [LAV-AT]
                 or 25mm Equalizer 5-barreled Gatling cannon, 4x FIM-92 Stinger MANPADS (2x 2-missile pods) [LAV-AD]
                 or 81mm M252 mortar, 1x M240G MMG (pintle-mount, turret) [LAV-M]
                 or .50 M2A1 HMG (pintle-mount, front), 1x M240G MMG (pintle-mount, rear) [LAV C2/LAV-P)
                 or 1x M240G MMG (pintle-mount, turret) [LAV-R]

Crew/carrying capacity: 3 crew + 6 marines (LAV-25)
                                   2 crew + 9 marines (LAV-P)


Light vehicles/trucks

HMMWV (variants)

BGMC Humvee variants by Sgt-Turbo

Variants: M1025A1 Armament Carrier (transport), M1036 TOW Carrier (anti-tank), M1097 AN/TWQ-1 Avenger (short-range air defense), M997A2 Maxi-ambulance (MEV)
Role: Light armored utility vehicle/tank destroyer using ATGMs/SHORAD/medical evacuation
Armament: .50 M2A1 HMG (pintle-mount) [M1025A1]
                  or M220-series BGM-71E/F TOW 2A/B anti-tank wired guided missile launcher, 8 smoke grenades (2x 4-canister launchers) [M1036]
                  or 8 FIM-92 Stinger MANPADS (2x 4-missile pods), 1x .50 M3P HMG [M1097 AN/TWQ-1]
                  or None [M997A2]

Crew/carrying capacity: 1 crew, 3 marines (M1025)
                           4 crew (M1026)
                           2 crew (M1097)
                           2 crew + 2 medical litters (M997)

BvS 207 Viking



Role: Amphibious all-terrain vehicle/medical evacuation vehicle
Armament: .50 M2A1 HMG or M240G MMG (pintle-mount)

Crew/carrying capacity: 1 crew, 12 marines (4 front car, 8 rear car)
                                   2 crew (2 front car, 2 rear car), 4 medical litters

M1161 Growler ITV

BGMC M1161 Growler ITV by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Fast attack/light attack vehicle
Armament: .50 M2A1 HMG or 40mm Mk 19 AGL (pintle-mount)

M1163 Growler

BGMC M1163 Growler prime mover by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Prime mover for M327 EFSS mortar
Armament: Typically none, can mount M240G MMG on a pintle mount

M809 series

BGMC M809 5-ton series by Sgt-Turbo

Role: 5-ton cargo/logistical truck
Armament: Typically none, but will carry a 40mm Mk 19 AGL or .50 M3P on a roof-mounted pintle when needed (armored cab only)

MTVR series

Bgmc Mtvr Mk23 by Sgt-Turbo

Role: 5-ton cargo/logistical truck
Armament: Typically none, but will carry a 40mm Mk 19 AGL or .50 M2A1 on a roof-mounted pintle when needed

Unimog 2T GL

BGMC Unimog 2T GL by Sgt-Turbo

Role: 2-ton cargo/logistical truck, prime mover for M777A2 and L118BG
Armament: Typically none, but will carry a 7.62 MG3 KWS II on a roof-mounted turret when needed

Aircraft

Fixed-wing

F-2000M Eurofighter Marino

BGMC F-2000M Eurofighter Marino by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Multirole naval fighter

AV-8BG Harrier II

BGMC AV-8BG Harrier II+ by Sgt-Turbo

Role: V/STOL fighter/attack aircraft

F-35B Lightning II

BGMC F-35B Lightning II by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Stealth V/STOL multirole fighter

EA-6B+ Prowler

BGMC EA-6B+ Prowler by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Carrier-based EW/SEAD platform

A-7BG Corsair II+

BGMC A-7BG Corsair II+ by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Carrier-capable attack aircraft

Su-39BG Frogfoot II

BGMC Su-39BG Frogfoot II by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Carrier-capable close air support aircraft

KC-130J-30 Super Hercules

BGMC KC-130J-30 Super Hercules AR by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Aerial refueling aircraft


Rotary-wing

A129 Mangusta

BGMC A129 Mangusta by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Attack helicopter

AH-9A Lynx

AH-9A Lynx by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Multirole attack helicopter/SOF insertion support

UH-412B Super Huey

BGMC UH-412B Super Huey by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Multirole utility helicopter with light attack capability

MH-101B Merlin

BGMC MH-101B Merlin by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Multirole utility/cargo helicopter

CH-46BG Super Knight

BGMC CH-46BG Super Knight by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Medium-lift cargo helicopter

MV-22BG Osprey

BGMC MV-22BG Osprey by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Medium-lift tiltrotor aircraft

CH-53E Super Stallion

BGMC CH-53E Super Stallion by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Heavy-lift cargo helicopter


BGN Assets

Aircraft

Fixed-wing

F-2000 Eurofighter Marino

BGN F-2000M Eurofighter Marino by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Multirole naval fighter

F-35C Lightning Marino

BGN F-35C Lightning Marino by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Stealth multirole naval fighter

EF-2000M Eurofighter Marino Elettronico

BGN EF-2000M Eurofighter Marino Elettronico by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Carrier-based EW/SEAD platform

E-2BG Super Hawkeye

BGN E-2BG Super Hawkeye by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Carrier-based airborne early warning (AEW)

AB-5E+ Super Vigilante

BGN AB-5E+ Super Vigilante by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Naval strike bomber

S-3BG Super Viking

BGN S-3BG Super Viking by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Anti-submarine/surface warfare platform

ES-3B+ Shadow Viking

BGN ES-3B+ Viking Shadow by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Carrier-based airborne electronic reconnaissance (ELINT)

KA-6E Intruder AR

BGN KA-6E Intruder AR by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Carrier-based aerial refueling

MQ-4C Triton

BGN MQ-4C Euro-Triton UAV by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Broad-area maritime surveillance (BAMS) UAV


Rotary-wing

SH-2BG Super Seasprite

SH-2BG Super Seasprite by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Anti-submarine warfare helicopter

C(M)H-101B Merlin

BGN C(M)H-101B Merlin by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Multirole utility/cargo helicopter

MH-53E Sea Dragon

BGN MH-53E Sea Dragon by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Multirole heavy-lift cargo/mine countermeasures helicopter

MQ-8B Fire Scout

BGN MQ-8B Fire Scout by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Unmanned rotary-wing surveillance platform (UAVR)

MQ-8D EuroScout

BGN MQ-8D EuroScout by Sgt-Turbo

Role: Unmanned rotary-wing surveillance/sea control platform (UAVR)


Surface Vessels

Command ships

Bluewater-class



Type: Fleet amphibious operations command vessel (LCC)

Overseer-class

Overseer (2)-class fleet command ship by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Fleet command/communications vessel (LCF)


Aircraft-based ships

Bongrovia City-class

Bongrovia City-class CVN by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Nuclear-powered supercarrier (CVN)

Giuseppe Garibaldi

Giuseppe Garibaldi light carrier by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Light assault carrier (CVAL)


Surface combat vessels

Trident-class

Trident-class BBGN by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Nuclear guided-missile battleship (BBGN)

Naples-class

Naples-class CG by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Guided-missile cruiser (CG)

Catalina-class

Catalina-class DDG by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Guided-missile destroyer (DDG)


Landing ships

Difesa-class

Difesa-class LHD (main) by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Landing helicopter dock (LHD)

County-class

County-class LPD by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Dock landing ship (LSD)

Sassari-class

Sassari-class LPD by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Dock landing ship (LSD)

New Auckland-class

BGN Mobile Launch Platform by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Mobile Launch Platform (MLP)


Special craft

Echo-class

Echo-class EET by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Electronic intelligence (ELINT) vessel (EET)


Light craft

Protector

Protector USV by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Unmanned surface vessel (USV)

M731-class

M731-class unmanned reconnaissance submersible by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Unmanned reconnaissance submersible

36-foot RHIB

36-foot RHIB by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Rigid-hulled inflatable boat (RHIB)

Combat Boat 90 H

Combat Boat 90 H by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Fast assault/interdiction craft

LCVP Mk5

LCVP Mk5 personnel landing craft by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Personnel landing craft

Landing Craft Utility MK10

Lcu Mk10 by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Cargo/vehicle-transport landing craft

Landing Craft Air Cushion

Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) heavy-lift hoverc by Sgt-Turbo

Type: Heavy-lift hovercraft



CREDITS COMING SHORTLY
With my school year almost over, I'll finally be able to devote my free time to some projects I've been periodically working on for the past few months. Here's a list of some of them:

- Finishing up my BGN/BGMC 1945-Present sheet.
- Uploading Future of the Bongrovian Armed Forces (Air) sheet once I finish it. I may do one for ground forces and possibly naval forces if I can get everything for it.
- Finishing and uploading a complete sheet of all Bongrovian Navy vessels, similar to that of SILVER-70CHEV's "USN AU" and "Soviet Navy AU" sheets.
- Working on a kitbash model idea that I had. Combining the hull of the M4A3E2 Jumbo with the HVSS suspension, turret, and 105mm main gun of the Israeli M-51 Super Sherman.
- Possibly updating my BGAF 1945-Present sheet to keep some continuity. 
- Working on some more FD-scale Shipbucket aircraft ideas. I've got a few lined up, including an "AB-5E+ Super Vigilante," a highly-modified and modernized version of the US A-5 Vigilante used by Bongrovian Naval Aviation, a mid-/late-90s modernization of the F-105 Thunderchief, some AU F-4 Phantom modernizations, and a modern upgrade of the venerable A-1 Skyraider.

I probably won't be able to get to all of them before school starts again, but I do want to have some more upload activity on my page before then, so I'm going to try and do most of them. I know for a fact that I'm almost done with the first two on the list, so they can be crossed off pretty easily, but it's the others that might take a while. 
[AU-BG] BGN and BGMC 1945-Present (WIP)
A collection of aircraft used by the Bongrovian Navy and Bongrovian Marine Corps since 1945. Credits for the aircraft go to CascadiaSBSILVER-70CHEV, Zaco8955, Blackbuck from the Shipbucket community, as well as other artists of the Shipbucket community.

Very much a work-in-progress, the only thing left is for me to repaint the aircraft you see here. Some don't need to be, but most do. This upload will be updated in the weeks ahead as I progress through the repainting process.

A complete textual list of the aircraft you see here can be found here. Anything on this list marked with a "(M)" symbol is missing from the collection as I could not find one in the proper scale.

Update 05/11/19: Updated the paint schemes of a whole bunch of aircraft; Painted some of the helicopter blank templates, as well as repainting some others. Feel free to ask questions about any of the stuff in the collection!
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thormemeson Featured By Owner May 14, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks
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Sport16ing Featured By Owner May 14, 2019
thx for the fav an watch, feel free to comment ;)
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EThinnes Featured By Owner May 10, 2019
Thank you for the additional faves!
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EThinnes Featured By Owner May 10, 2019
Thank you for the fave!
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TheDragonLiner Featured By Owner May 10, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Many thanks for the fave ^^


BTW some of your pic remind me of the Ace Combat universe, namely that Brongovia thing =)
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Sgt-Turbo Featured By Owner May 10, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yeah, no problem! I appreciate you looking through some of my stuff as well. :) (Smile) 

I wasn't really going for Ace Combat, but I could definitely see some of my work as part of the universe.
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TheDragonLiner Featured By Owner May 10, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well right away the illustration to you Bongrovia thing highly resembles the emblem of the Erusian Air Force in Ace Combat, hence why ^^;
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Sgt-Turbo Featured By Owner May 10, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It does. It miiiiight be just an edit of the actual Erusian flag, but we won’t speak of that…
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