|Greater Korean Military|
Flag of the Korean Military
|Founded||January 20, 2012|
|Country||Greater Korean Republic|
|Role||Protect Korean citizens and assets at home and abroad|
The Greater Korean Military is the military forces of the Greater Korean Republic. The military is responsible for the defense of the people and assets of the GKR. The military consist of the Army, Navy, and the Air Force. The President of the Greater Korean Republic is the Commander-in-Chief of the combined military forces, with the Minister of Defense as the civilian leader and administrator.
Korean High Command
The Korean High Command (KHC) has the responsibility to ensure the personnel readiness, policy, planning and training of their respective military services for the combatant commanders to utilize. The Korean High Command acts as an military advisor branch to the President of the Greater Korean Republic and the Minister of Defense.
|Chairman||Admiral Choi Yoon-hee||Greater Korean Navy|
|Vice-Chairman||Lieutentant General Lee Ho-yeon||Greater Korean Army|
|Chief of Army Staff||General Kim Chaek||Greater Korean Army|
|Chief of Navy Staff||Vice-Admiral Oh Gum-chol||Greater Korean Navy|
Unified Combatant Commands
|Greater Korean Pacific Command (PACOM)||Garapan, Mariana Islands|
Greater Korean Oceanic Command (OCEANICOM)
|Fort Seoul, Australia|
See article: Greater Korean Army
The Greater Korean Army is the land branch of the Greater Korean Republic. The GKA currently has 560,000 active military, and over 20 million in paramilitary. The Greater Korean Army maintains an vast array of different vehicles, some from foreign countries, but most are built in the GKR.
See article: Greater Korean Air Force
The Greater Korean Air Force is the air and space branch of the Greater Korean Republic. The GKAF currently has 220,000 personnel, and maintains its large fleet of fighters, tankers, transports, recon, and bombers. The GKAF operates approximately 600 aircraft.
See article: Greater Korean Navy
The Greater Korean Navy is the maritime branch of the Greater Korean Republic. The GKN currently has 113,800 personnel, and maintains an fleet of 255 ships and submarines, as well as 70 aircraft. The Greater Korean Navy, though small, can pack an mighty punch against the outdated military of China, and the crumbling Russian Pacific Fleet.