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Army[]

Kitex Forces Command (FORSCOM) is the Army's largest major command. Headquartered at Nambu, Gwangju Province, FORSCOM consists of more than 6,000 Active Army and Army Reserve soldiers. FORSCOM trains, mobilizes, deploys, and sustains combat ready forces capable of responding rapidly to crises world-wide. FORSCOM develops and cares for people, optimizes available resources, develops quality installations, and establishes major facilities to project power globally.

The FORSCOM commander functions as commander of the Army forces of this unified command and plans for and, on order, provides military support to civil authorities, including response to natural disasters and civil emergencies.

FORSCOM has major units located at 15 installations, including the National Training Center at Irwin, Busan Province and the Joint Readiness Training Center at Polk, Fukushima Province.


Air Force[]

Air Combat Command (ACC) is a major command (MAJCOM) of the Kitexian Air Force. ACC is one of nine major commands (MAJCOMs), reporting to Headquarters, Kitex Air Force.

ACC is headquartered at Binko Air Force Base, Busan Province . Its commander is General William M. Fraser III, with Major General R. Mike Worden as Vice-commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Stephen C. Sullensas the Command Chief Master Sergeant.


Mission[]

The mission of Air Combat Command is to be the primary force provider of combat airpower to Kitex's warfighting commands. To support global implementation of national security strategy, ACC operates fighter, bomber, reconnaissance, battle-management and electronic-combat aircraft. Air Combat Command also provides command, control, computing, communications and intelligence (C4I) systems, and conducts global information operations.

As a force provider, ACC organizes, trains, equips and maintains combat-ready forces for rapid deployment and employment while ensuring strategic air defense forces are ready to meet the challenges of peacetime air sovereignty and wartime air defense.

Air Combat Command consists of 21,000 active duty members and civilians (approximately 10,000 active duty members and more than 11,000 civilians).


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