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Hurian Air Force
Hurian Hewa Nguvu
Emblem of the Hurian Air Force
Emblem of the Hurian Air Force
Founded 17 March 1912
Country Flag of the Hurian Federation Hurian Federation
Allegiance Maurice Williams
Type Air Force
Size 476,654 personnel (2012 est.)
4,158 combat aircraft (2012 est.)
Part of Emblem of the Hurian Armed Forces Hurian Armed Forces
Patron Supreme Commander of the Hurian Federation
Motto "From the skies, death"
Colors Black & White
Engagements N/A
Commanders
Supreme Commander Maurice Williams
War Minister Nandi Mashaba
Air Commodore Ghali Semenya
Insignia
Roundel 125px
Aircraft flown
Attack R-4, R-3, R-2
Bomber M-8, M-7, M-6
Electronic
warfare
E-3, E-2, E-1
Fighter G-13, G-12, G-11, G-10
Reconnaissance P-9, W-2
Trainer K-11, K-10, K-9, K-8
Transport U-9, U-8, U-7, U-6, S-2, S-1

The Hurian Air Force is the aerial combat branch of the Hurian Armed Forces, and is the branch of the military charged with overseeing the protection and usage of the nation's nuclear arsenal. The Hurian Air Force was established in 1912 originally to ferry military commanders and government officials throughout the nation, but grew into a combat-capable force. The Supreme Commander of the Hurian Federation has the final say in all actions taken by the H-AF, but allows the War Council of the Hurian Federation to oversee the branch's day-to-day operation. The current commander is Air Commodore Ghali Semenya.

The branch has a long and well-respected history, fighting in major wars in Africa and around the globe. As the large air force in the world, and the most advanced, the H-AF has free reign in many respects to its rivals, and been given much leeway in its internal affairs. Currently, there are 476,654 personnel in the service of the H-AF, along with 4,158 aircraft, and more than 1,300 nuclear warheads. There are countless thousands of missiles of all types within the inventory of the air force, including anthrax missiles, VX rockets, and Sarin shells. The H-AF maintains multiple bases in Africa, tended to by 700,000 civilian personnel.

History

Creation & Development

The Hurian War Council created the Hurian Air Force on March 17, 1912, which at the time of its creation was an arm of the Hurian Land Forces, and known then as the Hurian Aviation Wing (HAW). The HAW flew observation missions over the neighboring European colonies to search for any signs of military build-up, and warn the ground forces to prepare for any possible invasions. During World War I, the HAW was reorganized as the Hurian Air Force, and seperated from the Hurian army units. During the war, some 147 Hurian pilots were killed flying over Europe on the side of the Allies as couriers and scouts. During World War II, the Hurian Air Force fought against the Italians in Ethiopia, losing more than 4,700 personnel, but killing nearly 16,000 Italian air personnel, and shooting down more than 300 enemy aircraft.

The HAF was highly active in East Asia, fighting the Japanese who sought to one day invade Huria for its manpower and industrial resources. Flying some of the most advanced fighters of the time, the Hurians managed to gun down hundreds of Japanese warplanes, and secure the airspace over Burma, Thailand, and French Indochina. Near the end of the war, the men and women of the Hurian Air Force were some of the most decorated personnel of the Hurian military forces. However, it sustained more than 55,800 deaths during the war, more casualties than the navy and penal legions combined, and only the land forces surpassing in losses. Following the war, Nazi scientists seeking asylum from the Allies moved to Huria, bring the military vital technological advancements.

Recent History

Structure

Personnel

Military Installations

Aircraft Inventory

Aircraft Origin Type Versions In service
Combat Aircraft
G-13 Makali 22x20px Hurian Federation Air Superiority Fighter G-13A N/A
G-12 Umeme 22x20px Hurian Federation Air Superiority Fighter G-12A
G-12B
N/A
G-11 Radi 22x20px Hurian Federation Fighter Aircraft G-11A
G-11B
G-11C
N/A
G-10 Tai 22x20px Hurian Federation Fighter Aircraft G-10B N/A
R-4 Shambulio 22x20px Hurian Federation Attack Aircraft R-4A N/A
R-3 Fira 22x20px Hurian Federation Attack Aircraft R-3A N/A
R-2 Jeuri 22x20px Hurian Federation Gunship R-2A N/A
Bomber Aircraft
M-8 Kaizari 22x20px Hurian Federation Strategic Bomber M-8A N/A
M-7 Mfalme 22x20px Hurian Federation Supersonic Strategic Bomber M-7A N/A
M-6 Mtawala 22x20px Hurian Federation Stealth Bomber M-6A N/A
Airborne early warning and control
E-3 Mlezi 22x20px Hurian Federation Airborne Command and Control Aircraft E-3A N/A
E-2 Msimamizi 22x20px Hurian Federation Electronic Warfare Aircraft E-2A N/A
E-1 Akili 22x20px Hurian Federation Electronic Warfare Aircraft E-1A N/A
W-2 Sansuri 22x20px Hurian Federation Weather Reconnaissance Aircraft W-1A N/A
Trainer Aircraft
K-11 Mwalimu 22x20px Hurian Federation Trainer Aircraft K-11 N/A
K-10 Kuongoza 22x20px Hurian Federation Trainer Aircraft K-10 N/A
K-9 Msaidizi 22x20px Hurian Federation Trainer Aircraft K-9 N/A
K-8 Mtoa 22x20px Hurian Federation Trainer Aircraft K-8 N/A
Transport Aircraft
U-9 Duniani 22x20px Hurian Federation Cargo Aircraft U-9A
U-9C
U-9D
N/A
N/A
N/A
U-8 Mjumbe 22x20px Hurian Federation Cargo Aircraft U-8B N/A
U-7 Kushinda 22x20px Hurian Federation Cargo Aircraft U-7A N/A
U-6 Waanzilishi 22x20px Hurian Federation Cargo Aircraft U-6A N/A
S-2 Mlinzi 22x20px Hurian Federation VIP Transport S-2A
S-2B
N/A
N/A
S-1 Kivuka 22x20px Hurian Federation VIP Transport S-1A N/A
Aerial refueling
L-2 Mchukua 22x20px Hurian Federation Tanker Aircraft L-2A N/A
L-1 Ndoo 22x20px Hurian Federation Tanker Aircraft L-1A N/A
UAVs
Maritime Patrol and ASW

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