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Dalmatian Air Force & Air Defence - Erousztra e Davianca Eriala Dalmateska

Admiral of the Air Force and Air Defence: Air Admiral Nikola Yagr

Manpower:

      Active: 35 000 (2 000 conscripts)
      Reserve: 21 000
      Total: 56 000

Order of Battle
138th TRANSPORT BRIGADE

      HQ: Raylovac

            675th Transport Squadron: 4 heavy airships
            678th Transport Squadron: 4 heavy airships
            890th Transport Helicopter Squadron: 8 Turbelon (Whirlwind) light transport helicopters, 4 Xhigant (Giant) heavy transport helicopters, 4 Erakles (Hercules) heavy transport helicopters

1st Corps

      HQ: Raylovac

      Staff Helicopter Squadron: 4 Erundu (Swallow) light transport helicopters, 4 Turbelon light transport helicopters

      97th Aviation Brigade

            HQ: Spalatu

            240th Fighter-Bomber Squadron: 22 Urakana (Hurricane) fighter-bombers

            353rd Reconaissance Squadron: 14 Epiara (Hawk) reconaissance aeroplanes (combat capable)

            676th Firefighting Squadron: 4 Pelikan-KI (Pelican) flying boats

            784th Anti-Submarine Helicopter Squadron: 16 Spuadun (Swordfish) anti-submarine helicopters (can carry two torpedoes and 12 sonobuoys)

            790th Transport Helicopter Squadron: 12 Turbelon light transport helicopters
      107th Helicopter Regiment

            HQ: Czieta da Narul

            782nd Helicopter Squadron: 12 Turbelon light transport/medevac helicopters

            783rd Helicopter Squadron: 8 Turbelon light transport/medevac helicopters, 4 Xhigant heavy transport helicopters
      204th Fighter Regiment

            HQ: Raguza

            126th Fighter Squadron: 22 Taifun-II (Typhoon-II) long-range interceptors

            127th Fighter Squadron: 22 Spretu (Spirit) jet fighter aeroplanes
      252nd Dive-Bomber Squadron

            HQ: Tuzla

            22 Periagrenu (Peregrine) dive-bombers

3rd Corps

      HQ: Beczanu

      Staff Helicopter Squadron: 4 Erundu light transport helicopters, 4 Turbelon light transport helicopters

      83rd Fighter Regiment

            HQ: Beczanu

            120rd Fighter Squadron: 22 Taifun-II long-range interceptors

            121th Fighter Squadron: 22 Taifun-II long-range interceptors

            123th Fighter Squadron: 22 Taifun-I (Typhoon-I) medium-range interceptors (squadron to convert to Spretu jet fighters)

            130st Fighter Squadron: 22 Taifun-I medium-range interceptors (squadron to convert to Spretu jet fighters)
      98th Aviation Brigade

            HQ: Yonczieta

            241st Fighter-Bomber Squadron: 22 Urakana fighter-bombers

            247th Fighter-Bomber Squadron: 22 Urakana fighter-bombers

            354th Reconaissance Squadron: 22 Epiara reconaissance aeroplanes
      119th Aviation Brigade

            HQ: Bar

            677th Firefighting Squadron: 4 Pelikan-KI flying boats

            712th Anti-Armour (Air Cavalry) Helicopter Squadron: 12 Vampir (Vampire) attack helicopters

            714th Anti-Armour (Air Cavalry) Helicopter Squadron: 12 Vampir attack helicopters (the 714th Sqn is currently stationed at Yaunde, Kamerun)

            787th Transport Helicopter Squadron: 8 Turbelon light transport helicopters, 4 Xhigant heavy transport helicopters
      172nd Dive-Bomber Regiment

            HQ: Golubei

            239th Dive-Bomber Squadron: 22 Periagrenu dive-bombers

            242nd Dive-Bomber Squadron: 22 Periagrenu dive-bombers

5th Corps

      HQ: Agram

      Staff Helicopter Squadron: 4 Erundu light transport helicopters, 4 Turbelon light transport helicopters

      87th Aviation Brigade

            HQ: Zenica

            237th Fighter-Bomber Squadron: 22 Urakana fighter-bombers

            238th Fighter-Bomber Squadron: 22 Urakana fighter-bombers

            351st Reconaissance Squadron: 14 Epiara reconaissance aeroplanes (combat capable)
      105th Dive-Bomber Regiment

            HQ: Yaxiar

            249th Dive-Bomber Squadron: 22 Periagrenu dive-bombers

            251st Dive-Bomber Squadron: 22 Periagrenu dive-bombers

            333rd Aviation Squadron: 10 Miarla (Blackbird) utility aeroplanes, 10 Xhay (Jay) utility aeroplanes (both types can be used in counter-insurgency role. The 333rd Sqn is currently stationed at Tomboktu, Mali)
      111th Aviation Brigade

            HQ: Agram

            379th Aviation Squadron: 10 Miarla and 10 Xhay utility/counter-insurgency/light support aeroplanes. (The 379th is currently stationed at L├╝deritz, Kongo)

            711th Anti-Armour (Air Cavalry) Helicopter Squadron: 12 Vampir attack helicopters

            713th Anti-Armour (Air Cavalry) Helicopter Squadron: 12 Vampir attack helicopters

            780th Transport Helicopter Squadron: 8 Turbelon light transport helicopters, 4 Xhigant heavy transport helicopters
      117th Fighter Regiment

            HQ: Bihacz

            124th Fighter Squadron: 10 Spretu jet fighters, 12 Taifun-I medium-range interceptors (unit is in the process of conversion to Spretu. The withdrawn Taifun-I interceptors are being overhauled and transferred to Mali)

            125th Fighter Squadron: 22 Taifun-II long-range interceptors
      185th Fighter-Bomber Regiment

            HQ: Omeszia

            129th Fighter Squadron: 22 Taifun-I medium-range interceptors (squadron to convert to Spretu jet fighters)

            229th Fighter-Bomber Squadron: 22 Urakana fighter-bombers

            352nd Reconaissance Squadron: 14 Epiara reconaissance aeroplanes (combat capable)

901st Electronic Warfare Regiment

      401st EW Helicopter Squadron (based at Raylovac): 12 Erundu-E electronic warfare helicopters (fitted with radio and radar jammers and various other EW devices)

      401st EW Helicopter Squadron (based at Yonczieta): 12 Erundu-E electronic warfare helicopters

      401st EW Helicopter Squadron (based at Agram): 12 Erundu-E electronic warfare helicopters

      401st EW Helicopter Squadron (based at Spalatu): 12 Erundu-E electronic warfare helicopters

Military Aviation Academy

      HQ: Yaxiar

            105th Fighter-Bomber (Training) Regiment: 10 Urakana and 10 Falkoana (Falcon) fighter-bombers (the Falkoana are for onshore training of Naval carrier-based pilots)

            107th Helicopter (Training) Regiment: 4 Erundu and 4 Turbelon light transport helicopters, 2 Erakles and 1 Xhigant heavy transport helicopters

            172nd Fighter (Training) Regiment: 10 Spretu jet fighters, 10 Taifun-I medium-range interceptors

            185th Dive-Bomber (Training) Regiment: 14 Periagrenu dive-bombers

            666th Aggressor Squadron: 18 Taifun-II long-range interceptors

            999th Basic Training Regiment: 25 Xhay utility/training aircraft

1st Surface-to-Air Missile Regiment

      HQ: Raguza

            881st SAM Battery: 4 Kub (Cube) surface-to-air missile launchers

            882nd SAM Battery: 4 Kub (Cube) surface-to-air missile launchers

            883rd SAM Battery: 4 Kub (Cube) surface-to-air missile launchers

1523rd Research Squadron

      HQ: Bamako, Mali

      The 1523rd has no constant inventory of aircraft, apart from the two Spretu-P demonstrators. Various new prototypes and research aircraft are tested by this squadron. Presently it is working with the XGE-2 and Biantayla (Windwing) prototype heavylift helicopters (competition to determine which prototype will be put in production to replace the aging Erakles heavy transport helicopters), the Biaspa (Wasp) prototype point-defence jet fighter and the Sterszlyen (Hornet) prototype jet fighter-bomber. Of the latter two, early reports suggest the 1523rd will recommend for adoption of the Biaspa (but with a few minor modifications, including a slightly increased fuel capacity to allow for longer dogfight time), but against adoption of the Sterszlyen, as it is underpowered, underarmed and too lightly armoured to successfully operate as a low-level fighter-bomber. Recently, the first flying prototype of the Vukilak (Werewolf) jet strike fighter has arrived to the 1523rd, and initial impressions seem favourable.
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