United Columbian Armed Forces
Bonnie Blue Flag
Founded July 4th, 2012
Service branches Columbian Army
Columbian Navy
Columbian Air Force
Headquarters Washington Square, Central Columbia
Commander-in-Chief Zachary Hale Comstock
Military age 18 - 59
Conscription 17 - 40
Available for
military service
43,270,043 males
41,941,969 females, age 18 - 59 (2012 est.)
Fit for
military service
30,403,345 males
29,355,543 females, age 18 - 59 (2012 est.)
Reaching military
age annually
943,244 males
834,345 females (2012 est.)
Active personnel 1,002,343
Reserve personnel undisclosed
Deployed personnel varying
Budget 495.45 Billion
Domestic suppliers Pravus International
Foreign suppliers New England Republic, Southwest Republic

The United Columbian Armed Forces is one of the largest and most prestige militaries in the world, built upon its devotion and strict loyalty to the United States of Columbia, and its leader Zachary Hale Comstock, whom soldiers have almost a zealous respect for. The UCAF is charged with the responsibilities of maintaining domestic and foreign enemies at bay. 


Structure and organisation of the United Columbian Armed Forces is primarily for the disposal of the President of Columbia, and is headed by the Department of Defense, Daniel Beshear, whom is in charge of commanding the army for the President. Composed of the Columbian Air Force, the Columbian Navy and the Columbian Army, each branch of the armed forces is commanded by several generals, typically three generals will stand out in each individual branch and show some type of monolithic leadership. All members of the Columbian Armed Forces must recite the Columbian Creed, which proclaims their full faith and devotion to Columbia and her people. 


Created on July 4th of 2012 during the Columbus Accords it was officially formed as the successor of the United Coalition Forces, and the official defender of the new nation of Columbia. Several Commanders joined with Zachary Hale Comstock in front of the Ohio Statehouse to pledge the Columbian Creed, and led out of the city in a military parade.  

Appalachian War

On December 25th, Appalachia launched its "War of Christmas" against Columbia, when they tried to advance outside of the Appalachian hills of Ohio and tried to claim Cleveland and Columbus and to set an example of the newly forming nation. The Columbian Congress fled to the city of Cairo, Illinois, which they founded the city of Central Columbia. Comstock was sent to battlefield in Ohio where he led a succsessful defense against the Appalachians. While the Columbian forces were succsessful, the Ohio Capital Building was partly destroyed, and a major bridges crossing the Ohio River were destroyed. The two called for a two month ceasefire. 

One day after the expiration of the cesefire, Comstock led the 1st Infantry Division101st Airborne Division and 194th Armored Brigade into Atlanta on Feburary 26th, known as the Battle of Atlanta, its was the first victorious battle for the new nation. Comstock's victory at Atlanta was seen as a turning point for his political future, he was nominated by the Southern Democratic Party, whom he'd agreed mostly with, but instead ran as an indpendent to try and grab Democrats and Republicans in the north. 

Units & Divisions

Divisions of the United Columbian Army
Division Insignia Headquarters Commander Total Personal Equipment
1st Columbian Armored Washington Square, Central Columbia Major General Gregory Hill 9,300 6,450 Columbian MB11's,
1st Columbian Howitzer Indianapolis, Indiana General James Sunny 4,500 2,500 Columbian A-P4
495 M109 Howitzer
1st Columbian Infantry Columbus, Ohio Lieutenant General Isaac Martin 20,000 C81 Rifle
2nd Infantry Division South Korea (HQ), Fort Lewis Major General Chris Mayard 19,000 C81 Rifle
3rd Infantry Division Fort Stewart, Georgia General Lewis King 19,550 C81 Rifle
10th Mountain Division Fort Drum, Louisiana General Robert Morehead 18,00 C81 Rifle