(Breakdown of ODF-AFC (combat / non-combat))
(Order of Command)
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**Special Operations command
**Special Operations command
=== Order of Command ===
=== Order of Command (Full listing of units found [ here]) ===
==== '''Training Command (Basic and Occupational Specialty Training)''' ====
==== '''Training Command (Basic and Occupational Specialty Training)''' ====
* 1st Aerospace Force
* 1st Aerospace Force
** 1st Training Wing (Basic training, and adv. training in logistics and security)
*** 1st Training Group (Basic Training)
**** 1st Training Squadron
**** 2nd Training Squadron
**** 3rd Training Squadron
**** 4th Training Squadron
**** 5th Training Squadron
**** 6th Training Squadron
**** 7th Training Squadron
**** 8th Training Squadron
**** 1st Training Support Squadron
*** 2nd Training Group (Advanced Medical Training)
**** 9th Training Squadron
**** 10th Training Squadron
**** 11th Training Squadron
**** 2nd Training Support Squadron
*** 3rd Training Group (Advanced Training)
**** 3rd Training Support Squadron
**** 12th Training Squadron (Security and EOD)
**** 13th Training Squadron (Battlefield and SpecOps)
**** 14th Training Squadron (Security)
**** 15th Training Squadron (Vehicle Maintenance, logistics, crypto, enlisted flight)
**** 16th Training Squadron (Transportation, HAZMAT, services)
** 2nd Training Wing (Adv. training in weather, electronics, weapons, and admin)
*** 4th Training Group
**** 17th Training Squadron
**** 18th Training Squadron
**** 19th Training Squadron
**** 20th Training Squadron
**** 21st Training Squadron
**** 4th Training Support Squadron
*** 8th Mission Support Group
**** 8th Communications Squadron
**** 8th Force Support Squadron
**** 8th Security Forces Squadron
**** 8th Logistics Readiness Squadron
*** 8th Medical Group
**** 8th Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 8th Dental Squadron
**** 1st Diagnostics and Therapeutics Squadron
**** 1st Inpatient Operations Squadron
**** 8th Medical Support Squadron
**** 1st Surgical Operations Squadron
** 3rd Training Wing (Adv. training in Intelligence)
*** 5th Training Group
**** 22nd Training Squadron (SIGINT)
**** 23rd Training Squadron (HUMINT/OSINT)
**** 24th Training Squadron (GEOINT/IMINT)
**** 26th Training Squadron (TECHINT)
**** 27th Training Squadron (FININT)
**** 28th Training Squadron (CYBINT/DNINT)
**** 5th Training Support Squadron
** 4th Training Wing (Adv. training in medical, as well as officer training)
*** 6th Training Group (Maintenance and weapons)
**** 22nd Training Squadron
**** 23rd Training Squadron
**** 24th Training Squadron
**** 25th Training Squadron
*** 7th Training Group (Aerospace Maintenance)
**** 26th Training Squadron
**** 27th Training Squadron
**** 28th Training Squadron
**** 29th Training Squadron
*** 8th Training Group (Advanced Aerospace Maintenance)
**** 30th Training Squadron
**** 31st Training Squadron
**** 32nd Training Squadron
*** 9th Mission Support Group
**** 8th Contracting Squadron
**** 9th Security Forces Squadron
**** 9th Force Support Squadron
**** 9th Logistics Readiness Squadron
**** 9th Communications Squadron
**** 8th Civil Engineer Squadron
*** 9th Medical Group
**** 9th Medical Operations Squadron
**** 9th Dental Squadron
**** 9th Aerospace Medical Squadron
**** 9th Medical Support Squadron
** 5th Training Wing (Adv. training in missile/space defense and cyber ops)
*** 6th Training Group (Missile and Space Defense)
**** 33rd Training Squadron
**** 34th Training Squadron
**** 35th Training Squadron
**** 36th Training Squadron
*** 7th Training Group (Cyber)
**** 37th Training Squadron (Network Ops)
**** 38th Training Squadron (Network Warfare)
**** 39th Training Squadron (Network Analysis)
**** 40th Training Squadron (Cyber Ops)
**** 41st Training Squadron (Cyber Warfare)
**** 42nd Training Squadron (Communications)
* 2nd Aerospace Force (Adv. training in flight combat)
* 2nd Aerospace Force (Adv. training in flight combat)
** 1st Flight Training Wing
** 2nd Flight Training Wing
** 3rd Flight Training Wing
** 4th Flight Training Wing
** 5th Flight Training Wing
** 6th Flight Training Wing
** 1st Mobility Wing
** 1st Lift Wing
==== '''Aerospace Combat Command (Fighters and Bombers)''' ====
==== '''Aerospace Combat Command (Fighters and Bombers)''' ====
* 3rd Aerospace Force (Naval fighters and attack craft)
* 3rd Aerospace Force (Naval fighters and attack craft)
** 72 Strike Fighter Wings (All E-Wings)
*** 1st thru 72nd Fighter Wing
** 183 Fighter Interceptor Wings
*** 174 Wings of X-Wings
**** 73rd thru 247 Fighter Wing
*** 9 Wings of A-Wings
**** 248th thru 257th Fighter Wing
** 33 Attack Wings (All K-Wings)
*** 1st thru 33rd Attack Wings
* 4th Aerospace Force (Naval bombers)
* 4th Aerospace Force (Naval bombers)
** 225 Bomber Wings
*** 1st thru 225th Bomber Wing
* 5th Aerospace Force (Planetside fighters and attack craft)
* 5th Aerospace Force (Planetside fighters and attack craft)
** 150 Strike Fighter Wings (All E-Wings)
*** 258th thru 408th Fighter Wing
** 201 Fighter Interceptor Wings
*** 126 Wings of X-Wings
**** 409th thru 535th Fighter Wing
*** 75 Wings A-Wings
**** 536th thru 611th Fighter Wing
** 65 Attack Wings
*** 15 Wings of K-Wings
**** 34th thru 49th Attack Wing
*** 50 Wings of B-Wings
**** 50th thru 100th Attack Wing
* 6th Aerospace Force (Planetside bombers)
* 6th Aerospace Force (Planetside bombers)
** 225 Bombers
*** 226th thru 450th Bomber Wing
==== '''Material and Logistics Command''' ====
==== '''Material and Logistics Command''' ====
* 7th Aerospace Force
* 7th Aerospace Force
** 1st Test Wing
** ODF R&D Complex
** 2nd Test Wing
** S'juk Engineering Development Center
** 1st Base Wing
** 2nd Base Wing
** 3rd Base Wing
** 4th Base Wing
** 6th Base Wing
** 7th Base Wing
** 8th Base Wing
==== '''Off World Command''' ====
==== '''Off World Command''' ====
* 8th Aerospace Force (Strategic)
* 8th Aerospace Force (Strategic)
** 1st Air and Space Operations Center
** 1st Space Operations Wing
** 2nd Space Operations Wing
** 3rd Space Operations Wing
** 4th Space Operations Wing
** 5th Space Operations Wing
** 1st Missile Warning Wing
** 2nd Missile Warning Wing
** 3rd Missile Warning Wing
** 4th Missile Warning Wing
** 5th Missile Warning Wing
** 6th Missile Warning Wing
** 7th Missile Warning Wing
** 8th Missile Warning Wing
** 1st Aerospace Surveillance Wing
** 2nd Aerospace Surveillance Wing
** 3rd Aerospace Surveillance Wing
** 1st Mobility Operations Wing
** 2nd Mobility Operations Wing
** 1st Contingency Operations Wing
* 9th Aerospace Force (Intelligence and Cyber Ops)
* 9th Aerospace Force (Intelligence and Cyber Ops)
** 1st Cyberspace Wing
*** 1st Cyber Operations Group
**** 1st Network Operations Squadron
**** 1st Network Warfare Squadron
**** 2nd Network Warfare Squadron
**** 3rd Network Warfare Squadron
**** 4th Network Warfare Squadron
**** 1st Operations Support Squadron
*** 1st Network Warfare Group
**** 2nd Operations Support Squadron
**** 5th Network Warfare Squadron
**** 6th Network Warfare Squadron
*** 2nd Cyber Operations Group
**** 2nd Network Operations Squadron
**** 3rd Network Operations Squadron
**** 1st Intelligence Support Squadron
**** 1st Network Support Squadron
**** 1st Cyberspace Operations Squadron
**** 2nd Cyberspace Operations Squadron
** 2nd Cyberspace Wing
*** 1st Cyberspace Engineering Installation Group
**** 1st Contracting Squadron
**** 1st Cyberspace Readiness Squadron
**** 1st Engineering Squadron
**** 3rd Operations Support Squadron
**** 1st Engineering Installation Squadron
*** 3rd Cyberspace Operations Group
**** 1st Information Operations Squadron
**** 2nd Information Operations Squadron
**** 3rd Information Operations Squadron
**** 4th Operations Support Squadron
**** 1st Test Squadron
** 1st Combat Communications Wing
*** 1st Combat Communications Group
**** 1st Combat Communications Support Squadron
**** 1st Combat Communications Squadron
**** 2nd Combat Communications Squadron
**** 3rd Combat Communications Squadron
**** 4th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 5th Combat Communications Squadron
*** 2nd Combat Communications Group
**** 2nd Combat Communications Support Squadron
**** 6th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 7th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 8th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 9th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 10th Combat Communications Squadron
** 2nd Combat Communications Wing
*** 3rd Combat Communications Group
**** 3rd Combat Communications Support Squadron
**** 11th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 12th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 13th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 14th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 15th Combat Communications Squadron
*** 4th Combat Communications Group
**** 4th Combat Communications Support Squadron
**** 16th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 17th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 18th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 19th Combat Communications Squadron
**** 20th Combat Communications Squadron
==== '''Mobility Command (Transportation)''' ====
==== '''Mobility Command (Transportation)''' ====
* 10th Aerospace Force
* 10th Aerospace Force
** 2nd Lift Wing
* 11th Aerospace Force
*** 1st Operations Group
**** 1st Operations Support Squadron
**** 1st Combat Training Squadron
**** 1st Lift Squadron
**** 2nd Lift Squadron
**** 3rd Lift Squadron
**** 4th Lift Squadron
*** 1st Maintenance Group
*** 1st Medical Group
**** 1st Medical Dental Squadron
**** 1st Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 1st Medical Operations Squadron
*** 1st Mission Support Group
** 3rd Lift Wing
*** 2nd Operations Group
**** 1st Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 2nd Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 3rd Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 5th Lift Squadron
**** 1st Military Lift Squadron
**** 2nd Military Lift Squadron
**** 3rd Military Lift Squadron
*** 2nd Maintenance Group
*** 2nd Medical Group
**** 2nd Medical Dental Squadron
**** 2nd Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 2nd Medical Operations Squadron
*** 2nd Mission Support Group
** 4th Lift Wing
*** 1st Troop Carrier Group
**** 4th Military Lift Squadron
**** 5th Military Lift Squadron
**** 6th Military Lift Squadron
**** 7th Military Lift Squadron
**** 8th Military Lift Squadron
**** 9th Military Lift Squadron
*** Consular Airlift Group
** 5th Lift Wing
*** 3rd Operations Group
**** 5th Lift Squadron
**** 6th Lift Squadron
**** 2nd Operations Support Squadron
*** 3rd Maintenance Group
**** 1st Maintenance Squadron
**** 1st Aerospace Maintenance Squadron
**** 2nd Aerospace Maintenance Squadron
**** 1st Maintenance Operations Squadron
**** 1st Aerial Port Squadron
*** 3rd Medical Group
**** 3rd Medical Dental Squadron
**** 3rd Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 3rd Medical Operations Squadron
*** 3rd Mission Support Group
**** 2nd Contracting Squadron
**** 1st Security Forces Squadron
**** 1st Force Support Squadron
**** 1st Aerial Port Mobility Squadron
**** 1st Logistics Readiness Squadron
**** 1st Communications Squadron
**** 1st Civil Engineer Squadron
** 6th Lift Wing
*** 2nd Troop Carrier Group
**** 10th Military Lift Squadron
**** 11th Military Lift Squadron
**** 12th Military Lift Squadron
**** 13th Military Lift Squadron
**** 14th Military Lift Squadron
**** 15th Military Lift Squadron
** 7th Lift Wing
*** 3rd Troop Carrier Group
**** 4th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 5th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 6th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 7th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 8th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 9th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 10th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 11th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 12th Troop Carrier Squadron
**** 2nd Combat Crew Training Squadron
**** 1st Tactical Lift Squadron
** 9th Base Wing
*** 4th Mission Support Group
**** 2nd Communications Squadron
**** 3rd Contracting Squadron
**** 2nd Logistics Readiness Squadron
**** 2nd Security Forces Squadron
**** 2nd Force Support Squadron
*** 4th Medical Group
**** 4th Medical Dental Squadron
**** 4th Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 4th Medical Operations Squadron
**** 1st Medical Support Squadron
** 10th Base Wing
*** 5th Mission Support Group
**** 3rd Contracting Squadron
**** 3rd Security Forces Squadron
**** 3rd Force Support Squadron
**** 2nd Aerial Port Mobility Squadron
**** 3rd Logistics Readiness Squadron
**** 3rd Communications Squadron
**** 3rdCivil Engineer Squadron
*** 5th Medical Group
**** 5th Medical Dental Squadron
**** 5th Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 5th Medical Operations Squadron
** 2nd Mobility Wing
*** 1st Aerospace Mobility Operations Group
**** 1st Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 2nd Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 3rd Aerospace Mobility Squadron
*** 2nd Air Mobility Operations Group
**** 4th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 5th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 6th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
** 3rd Mobility Wing
*** 3rd Aerospace Mobility Operations Group
**** 7th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 8th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 9th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 1st Expeditionary Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 2nd Expeditionary Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 3rd Expeditionary Aerospace Mobility Squadron
*** 1st Aerospace Mobility Group
**** 10th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 11th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 12th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 3rd Aerial Port Squadron
**** 5th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
**** 1st Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron
** 4th Mobility Wing
*** 2nd Aerospace Mobility Operations Group
**** 7th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 8th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 9th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
*** 3rd Air Mobility Operations Group
**** 10th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 11th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 12th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
** 5th Mobility Wing
*** 4th Aerospace Mobility Operations Group
**** 13th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 14th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 15th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 4th Expeditionary Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 5th Expeditionary Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 6th Expeditionary Aerospace Mobility Squadron
*** 2nd Aerospace Mobility Group
**** 16th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 17th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 18th Aerospace Mobility Squadron
**** 4th Aerial Port Squadron
**** 6th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
**** 2nd Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron
** 1st Refueling Wing
*** 6th Operations Group
**** 1st Refueling Squadron
**** 2nd Refueling Squadron
**** 3rd Refueling Squadron
**** 4th Refueling Squadron
**** 3rd Operations Squadron
*** 6th Maintenance Group
**** 2nd Maintenance Squadron
**** 3rd Aerospace Maintenance Squadron
**** 2nd Maintenance Operations Squadron
*** 6th Medical Group
**** 6th Medical Dental Squadron
**** 6th Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 6th Medical Operations Squadron
*** 6th Mission Support Group
**** 4th Contracting Squadron
**** 4th Security Forces Squadron
**** 4th Force Support Squadron
**** 4th Logistics Readiness Squadron
**** 4th Communications Squadron
**** 4th Civil Engineer Squadron
** 2nd Refueling Wing
*** 7th Operations Group
**** 5th Refueling Squadron
**** 6th Refueling Squadron
**** 7th Refueling Squadron
**** 8th Refueling Squadron
**** 4th Operations Squadron
*** 7th Maintenance Group
**** 3rd Maintenance Squadron
**** 4th Aerospace Maintenance Squadron
**** 3rdMaintenance Operations Squadron
*** 7th Medical Group
**** 7th Medical Dental Squadron
**** 7th Aerospace Medicine Squadron
**** 7th Medical Operations Squadron
*** 7th Mission Support Group
**** 7th Contracting Squadron
**** 7th Security Forces Squadron
**** 7th Force Support Squadron
**** 7th Logistics Readiness Squadron
**** 7th Communications Squadron
**** 7th Civil Engineer Squadron
==== '''Special Operations Command''' ====
==== '''Special Operations Command''' ====
* 12th Aerospace Force
* 12th Aerospace Force
** 1st Special Operations Wing
*** 1st Special Operations Squadron (Gunships)
*** 2nd Special Operations Squadron (Dropship)
*** 1st Special Operations Intelligence Squadron
*** 3rd Special Operations Squadron (Tactical Cargo/troopships)
*** 1st Special Operations Weather Squadron
*** 4th Special Operations Squadron (Recon)
*** 5th Special Operations Squadron (Gunships)
*** 6th Special Operations Squadron (Recon)
** 2nd Special Operations Wing
*** 1st Special Tactics Group
**** 1st Special Tactics Squadron
**** 2nd Special Tactics Squadron
**** 3rd Special Tactics Squadron
**** 4th Special Tactics Squadron
**** 5th Special Tactics Squadron
*** 2nd Special Tactics Group
**** 6th Special Tactics Squadron
**** 7th Special Tactics Squadron
**** 8th Special Tactics Squadron
**** 9th Special Tactics Squadron
**** 10th Special Tactics Squadron
** 3rd Special Operations Wing
*** 7th Special Operations Squadron (Recon)
*** 8th Special Operations Squadron (Tactical cargo/troopship)
*** 9th Special Operations Squadron (Recon)
*** 10th Special Operations Squadron (Gunship)
*** 11th Special Operations Squadron (Tactical cargo/troopship)
*** 12th Special Operations Squadron (Recon)
*** 13th Special Operations Squadron (Recon)
** 4th Special Operations Wing
*** 14th Special Operations Squadron (Gunship)
*** 15th Special Operations Squadron (Tactical cargo/troopship)
*** 11th Special Tactics Squadron
** 5th Special Operations Wing
*** 16th Special Operations Squadron (Tactical cargo/troopship)
*** 17th Special Operations Squadron (Tactical cargo/troopship)
*** 12th Special Tactics Squadron
** 6th Special Operations Wing
*** 18th Special Operations Squadron (Tactical cargo/troopship)
*** 19th Special Operations Squadron (Gunship + Troopship)
*** 20th Special Operations Squadron (Gunship + Troopship)
==== '''Reserve Command''' ====
==== '''Reserve Command''' ====

Revision as of 06:14, June 25, 2018

The Ossus Defense Force (ODF), is the military organization formally charged with the protection of Ossus, The Adegan System and the trade lanes to and from the planet. It has also been known to operate in conjunction with other forces in foreign areas of the galaxy. It is broken down into four major sections; the Army, the Marines, the Navy, and the Starfighter Corps.


The ODF began when, then Grey Jedi Knight, when Jaecyn Riddick stole an Imperial Type-II Star Destroyer from the Imperial Junkyard, just prior to the battle in which Kashyyyk would become a nigh permanent stronghold for the Sith. It was the goal of many to create a standing military capable of repeling any invading enemy force, let alone detering any from wanting to start in the first place.

The original defense force was relatively disorganized, and boasted a navy of almost 3,200 ships of various classes, which would ultimately prove unsustainable in the long run. It was eventually decided that a more advanced and more organized force was needed, and that the emphasis was on employing advanced technology in battle instead of fielding militaries based simply on large numbers, as was afforded, if not used, by larger societies such as the Corellians, Arkanians or Mandalorians.

With the formation of OssusTech Industries, work began on upgrading the entire defense force. Their first major product was the Ferrin Sha, first ship of the class that would bear her name. Other products would include a complete rebuilt of the venerable Series 4 E-Wing into the Mark 5, the Makaan and Walkure class ships and many others. The resulting defense force, though smaller, was at least as formidible and easier to maintain, helping to ensure that Ossus remains as free from malice as possible.

Policy holds that during peace time, only a fraction of the military would need to be active, with the reserves taking up civilian jobs and reporting in every so often. Should the need for combat arise, however, those who are on reserves could be called up and deployed quickly.

Structure of the Ossus Defense Force

ODF Army

The ODF Army serves as the primary land-based military force for the Defense Force. It stays on Ossus, with the exception of very special circumstances, when units within it aid ODF Marines elsewhere in the galaxy.

Breakdown of Ossus-based Army

  • 12 armies
    • General commands each one.
  • 24 corps
    • Lt. General commands each one.
  • 120 divisions
    • Maj. General commands each one.
  • 360 brigades
    • Brig. General commands each one.
  • 720 Regiments
    • Colonel commands each one.
  • 2,160 battalions
    • Lt Colonel commands each one.
  • 12,960 companies
    • CWO/Captain/Major commands each one.
  • 64,800 platoons
    • WO/ 2nd Lieutenant commands each one.
  • 259,200 squads
    • NCO commands each one.
  • 4,147,200 total personnel

Specialized Units:

Armored Units: 2,000 armored companies @ 2 per battalion, 36,000 tanks total

  • 1 company = 18 craft
    • 1 Lance = 6 craft

Armored Company One:

  • Lance 1:
    • 2 Rayf-class Assault Tanks
    • 4 Jemisard-class Heavy Yanks
  • Lance 2:
    • 2 C.A.T Hover Tanks
    • 4 Bothan Hover Tank Tank-Killers
  • Lance 3:
    • 2 Paladin Defense Systems
    • 4 Bothan MLRS

Armored Company Two:

  • Lance 1:
    • 3 Type-1 M-5 Hover Tanks
    • 3 Type-2 M-5 Hover Tanks
  • Lance 2:
    • 3 Type-1 M-5 Hover Tanks
    • 3 Type-2 M-5 Hover Tanks
  • Lance 3:
    • 3 Type-1 M-5 Hover Tanks
    • 3 Type-2 M-5 Hover Tanks


Commission Officer Corps:
  • Commanding General (JCOS)
  • General
  • Lieutenant General
  • Major General
  • Brigadier General
  • Colonel
  • Lieutenant Colonel
  • Major
  • Captain
  • 1st Lieutenant
  • 2nd Lieutenant
Warrant Officer Corp:
  • Chief Warrant Officer
  • Warrant Officers 1-4
Non Commissioned Officers:
  • Sergeant Major of the Army (JCOS)
    • Command Sergeant Major
    • Sergeant Major
  • First Sergeant
    • Master Sergeant
  • Sergeant First Class
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Sergeant
  • Corporal / Specialist
  • Private First Class
  • Private E-2
  • Private E-1

ODF Marines

The Marines operate as a mobile army. Both the ODF Army and ODF Marines are trained equally, since Marines operate on ships and on other planets, and the Army is kept to the same standard, allowing for some measure of adaptability and cross-over, should the need arise.

Breakdown of the Marines

It isn't as rigid as that of the planetside forces, due to the differing sizes of ships.

Ground Breakdown:

  • 9 Regiments
  • 49 Battalions
  • 229 Companies
  • 918 Platoons
  • 3,670 Squads
  • 550,500 Troops

Fleet Breakdown:

  • 1 Division onboard a Ferrin Sha-class Heavy Battlecruiser
    • 24 Divisions total
    • 15,000 Marines per division
  • 1 Battalion onboard a Makaan-class Destroyer
  • 100 Battalions Total
    • 1,500 Marines per battalion
  • 3 Companies onboard a Walkure-class Frigate
    • 250 Marines per company (750 total)
  • 550,500 Marines total


Commission Officer Corps:
  • Commanding General (JCOS)
  • General
  • Lieutenant General
  • Major General
  • Brigadier General
  • Colonel
  • Lieutenant Colonel
  • Major
  • Captain
  • 1st Lieutenant
  • 2nd Lieutenant
Warrant Officer Corp:
  • Chief Warrant Officer
  • Warrant Officers 1-4
Non Commissioned Officers:
  • Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps (JCOS)
    • Sergeant Major
    • Master Gunnery Sergeant
  • First Sergeant
    • Master Sergeant
  • Gunnery Sergeant
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Sergeant
  • Corporal
  • Lance Corporal
  • Private First Class
  • Private

ODF Navy

This section of the Ossus Defense Force is the primary Space bound section of it. This segment of the ODF is responsible for the defense of Ossus from afar, before any oppenent can reach the surface. Should an opponent break through the lines, the Army takes on defensive roles.

There are 228 ships currently serving in the ODF Navy:

There are also 142 orbital emplacements managed by the ODF Navy:

  • 1 Space Station with full complements (Derilyn-class w/ complement of 6 squadrons of K-Wings)
  • 12 Super Golans
  • 68 Golan V Platforms
  • 15 Golan IV SuperGun Defence Platforms
  • 17 Golan III Platforms
  • 21 Golan II Platforms
  • 1 Planetary Shield (powered by 6 separate generators)
  • 1 Crystal Gravifield Trap Grid, positioned at all hyperspace exit points to detect cloaked ships emerging from hyperspace
  • 6 Cloaked Gravity Well Projector Stations (2,000,000 km radius per station)
  • Listening Post AX-235, stationed in the Cron Drift

Breakdown of ODF Navy

  • Task Group (aka Battle Group)
    • 24 Task Groups, centered around and named after a Ferrin Sha-class Heavy Battlecruier.
  • Task Unit
    • Upto 50, no less than a pair of Makaan-class Destroyers and any escorting frigates.
  • Task Element
    • Each individual ship. There are 214 currently in the ODF Navy.


Commissioned Officers:
  • Fleet Admiral (JCOS)
  • Admiral
  • Vice Admiral
  • Rear Admiral
  • Rear Admiral - Lower Half
    • Commodore
  • Captain
  • Commander
  • Lieutenant Commander
  • Lieutenant
  • Lieutenant Junior Grade
  • Ensign
Warrant Officers:
  • Chief Warrant Officers 1-4
Non Commissioned Officers:
  • Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy (JCOS)
    • Master Chief Petty Officer
  • Senior Chief Petty Officer
  • Chief Petty Officer
  • Petty Officer First Class
  • Petty Officer Second Class
  • Petty Officer Third Class
  • Crewman
  • Crewman Apprentice
  • Crewman Recruit

ODF Aerospace Fighter Corps

This segment of the ODF utilizes fighters and bombs as its primary means of doing frontline battle. The Aerospace Corp also uses intel, cyberspace, and missile/AAA in support of the fighters and bombers, among other things. Since the fighters and bombers in the Fighter Corps are capable of atmospheric operations, they are used for both space and air combat, thus allowing for a smooth transition, should it be necessary. It does all this in close conjunction with the ODF Navy.

There are 101,376 fighters across five different craft (A-Wing, B-Wing, E-Wing, K-Wing, X-Wing), and 64,800 YT-5100 "Shriek" Bombers. All told, there are 1,400 wings in the Aerospace Service, making it the largest in terms of manpower out of the entire ODF.

Combat Forces

  • Aerospace Combat Command
    • 101,376 Fighters Total
      • 12,096 Mk II A-Wings
      • 7,200 B-Wings
      • 31,968 Mk V E-Wings
      • 7,056 K-Wings
      • 43,200 XJ-9 X-Wings
    • 64,800 YT-5100 Shriek Bombers
    • 5,410,912 Total personnel
    • 511,488 Flight Crew
    • 4,900,000 Support personnel
    • Special Operations command

Order of Command (Full listing of units found here)

Training Command (Basic and Occupational Specialty Training)

  • 1st Aerospace Force
  • 2nd Aerospace Force (Adv. training in flight combat)

Aerospace Combat Command (Fighters and Bombers)

  • 3rd Aerospace Force (Naval fighters and attack craft)
  • 4th Aerospace Force (Naval bombers)
  • 5th Aerospace Force (Planetside fighters and attack craft)
  • 6th Aerospace Force (Planetside bombers)

Material and Logistics Command

  • 7th Aerospace Force

Off World Command

  • 8th Aerospace Force (Strategic)
  • 9th Aerospace Force (Intelligence and Cyber Ops)

Mobility Command (Transportation)

  • 10th Aerospace Force
  • 11th Aerospace Force

Special Operations Command

  • 12th Aerospace Force

Reserve Command

  • 13th Aerospace Force
  • 14th Aerospace Force
  • 15th Aerospace Force
  • 16th Aerospace Force

Breakdown of ODF-AFC (combat / non-combat)

  • Command
    • Synonymous to the Service in times of peace or when all units are defending Ossus.
    • At least 2 numbered AFs in a region of space.
  • Numbered Aerospace Force
    • Combined unit consisting of at least 2 wings in the same area of operation.
  • Wing (2+ Groups)
    • 61-144 craft per wing (Flying Units)
      • Listed as operations groups/sqdns, or lift groups/sqdns.
      • Each flying wing has support groups with associated sqdns
      • Each flying wing also has maintenance units
    • Includes supporting groups and squadrons (i.e. Medical, Mission support, etc)
  • Group (2+ Squadrons)
    • 25-60 craft per group (Flying Units)
    • Includes supporting squadrons (i.e. Medical, mission support, etc)
  • Squadron (4+ Flights)
    • 7-24 craft per squadron. (Flying Units)
    • 100-500 personnel per squadron
  • Flight (2+ Elements)
    • 4-6 craft per flight.
    • ~48 personnel per flight
  • Elements
    • 2-3 craft per element (Flying units)
    • 8-12 personnel per element


Commission Officer Corps:
  • Wing Commander (JCOS)
  • General
  • Lieutenant General
  • Major General
  • Brigadier General
  • Colonel
  • Lieutenant Colonel
  • Major
  • Captain
  • 1st Lieutenant
  • 2nd Lieutenant
Warrant Officer Corp:
  • Chief Warrant Officer
  • Warrant Officers 1-4
Non Commissioned Officers:
  • Chief Master Sergeant of the Fighter Corps (JCOS)
    • Command Chief Master Sergeant
    • Chief Master Sergeant
  • Senior Master Sergeant
  • Master Sergeant
  • Technical Sergeant
  • Staff Sergeant
  • Senior Wingman
  • Wingman First Class
  • Wingman Basic
  • Wingman Recruit


The Special Operations Command (SOCOM) is the joint services command unit that oversees the special forces. The personnel that make up its membership are among the most skilled on Ossus, and have been trained in the whole spectrum of Force powers, and addition to their combat skills.

(Structure and information TBA)


The Intelligence Community is another of the ODFs joint service operations. This organization brings in information from the various Jedi factions, traders, and captured combatants, as well as Ossus controlled listening facilities, like AX-235, and such.

The Information gathered from the various sources is disseminated and sent to the various services, where service intelligence person break it down again into info and objectives pertinent to the individual service.

Combat Reserves

The Combat Reserves are the National Guard of the ODF. They answer to the leaders of Ossus various districts on Ossus.

Total Numbers

  • Army: 4,147,200 Soldiers
  • Navy: 4,157,400 total personnel on 228 ships, another 2,000,000 on Defense platforms.
  • Marines: 625,500 Soldiers
  • Aerospace Corps: 11,011,464 total personnel
  • Combat Reserves: 4,092,985
  • Grand Total: 24,034,549 personnel accounted for. (~1.2% of the total population)

Behind the Scenes

The ODF was loosely based on the structure of the US Military, and on the concept among small countries that everyone serves at least some time in the military. While not every one on Ossus serves directly in the military, every able bodied person is capable of service due to the training, heritage and culture that the native Ysanna have as Jedi, and as hunter-gatherers.

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