N.G.S.A
National Guard of San Andreas
"The National Guard of San Andreas and it's People."
Active From:
January 2010 - October 2010
January 2011 - August 2011
July 2014 - December 2015
Other Names:
National Guard
National Guard
National Guard of San Andreas
Colours:
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Cars: Primary | Secondary
Notable Leaders:
Gorge Shepherd
Naburu Ishiama
Tom Neubauer
Stephen Rock
Zach Chambers
Hannes Ben
Headquarters:
Fort Demorgan (Area 51)
Fort Resillience (Area 51)
Jurisdiction:
San Andreas
More Information
The National Guard was the first military instalment in San Andreas, starting in January 2010. Their main assignment was to monitor Fort Demorgan, which doubled as the state-wide prison facility. Anything from petty crime to felonies and most wanted criminals would be detained at Fort Demorgan, right underneath the National Guard\s feet. They were reinstated for duty numerous times and in 2014 they assumed the duties of the former SAAS in delivering arms to various government organisations. They were in constant conflict with the People's Revolutionary Army.
Ranks
General
Colonel
Major
Captain
Lieutenant
Master Sergeant
Sergeant
Corporal
Private First Class
Private
Divisions
68th Medical Whiskey
75th Ranger Regiment
Air Squadron
Air Specialised
Armoured
Command
TRADOC
Media
To be added.
Vehicles
Patriot
The National Guard's standard vehicle and was used for various activities such as training, patrolling the military zones and used widely in operations.
Rank: Private
Division: None
FBI Truck
First widely used by the National Guard sometime in 2015 after the success the vehicle brought while under NOOSE service. It was often used in a convoy among Patriots.
Rank: Private
Division: None
Ambulance
Used as a CASEVAC/MEDEVAC vehicle during operations and was manned by the 68th Combat Medical Whiskey division.
Rank: Private
Division: 68th Medical Whiskey
Securicar
The first vehicle to be used for transporting military grade weapons was the Securicar.
Rank: Private
Division: None
Towtruck
Used for retrieving vehicles that belonged to the National Guard and returning them to base to be repaired.
Rank: Private
Division: None
Forklift
Used for offloading weapon crates which were delivered to Safe Base Bravo at Ishiama Air Force Base.
Rank: Private
Division: None
LVPD Cruiser
Restricted to Commissioned Officers and the Military Police. It was easily distinguished by it's black and tan colour pattern.
Rank: Lieutenant
Division: Military Police
Police Ranger
Restricted to Commissioned Officers and was generally used during training exercises.
Rank: Lieutenant
Division: None
FBI Rancher
Used by Commissioned Officers on operations and was distinguished by the black and tan colour pattern.
Rank: Lieutenant
Division: None
Barracks
Used for transporting a large number of soldiers at once. These were often used in convoys with Patriots.
Rank: Private
Division: None
SWAT Tank
Used by the Armoured Regiment but very rarely used off the base. The operator must have earned the Armoured Vehicle certification.
Rank: Sergeant
Division: None (Certification)
Rhino
The National Guard's main battle tank and saw service in operations against terrorist cells and in battles such as the Battle of Red County in 2011. The operator must have earned the armoured vehicle certification.
Rank: Sergeant
Division: None (Certification)
Police Maverick
Used in operations that required the fast deployment of troops and usually stayed airborne in situations that required locating high value targets or keeping up with a pursuit. A pilot had to pass his basic flight training before operating one.
Rank: Private
Division: None (Certification)
Cargobob
Originally used in the first carnation of the National Guard. It was the main transport aircraft for the first two years. In the third reincarnation, the Cargobob ceased to exist, being replaced by the Raindance. The pilot must have gained his Aircraft Operator certification to fly this.
Rank: Private
Division: None (Certification)
Raindance
Stuck around after SAAS was reformed into the National Guard for the third time and it's usage as a mobility aircraft was still a necessity. The pilot must have gained his Aircraft Operator certification to fly this.
Rank: Private
Division: None (Certification)
Seasparrow
A light attack aircraft used by the Air Specialised Squadron. It was often used in weapons transport convoys, as the Hunter's firepower was classed as overkill. The pilot must have gained his Air Specialised certification to fly this.
Rank: Corporal
Division: None (Certification)
Hunter
The National Guard's main attack rotorcraft and was used in hundreds of operations such as the numerous conflicts with Hilltop Militia and the People's Revolutionary Army. The pilot must have gained his Air Specialised certification to fly this.
Rank: Corporal
Division: None (Certification)
Nevada
The first transport plane in the National Guard fleet. Originally used as a training vehicle by Naburu Ishiama's Air National Guard, it soon became a popular vehicle for paratroopers to dive out of. The pilot must have gained his Aircraft Operator certification to fly this.
Rank: Private
Division: None (Certification)
Andromada
Used for transporting military grade weapons from the WMF Chilliad in Flint County. It was much easier to convoy to Easter Bay Airport and fly to Verdant Meadows than drive all the way through unsafe regions.
Rank: Private
Division: None (Certification)
Rustler
Used for air shows conducted by the National Guard and due to the service and history, was never used in combat.
Rank: Corporal
Division: None (Certification)
Hydra
The National Guard's fast attack jet. It was usually deployed in joint operations with the FBI which were conducted to track most wanted suspects which tended to flee via aircraft.
Rank: Corporal
Division: None (Certification)
Predator
Armed patrol boat used by the National Guard for naval operations such as retrieving high value targets or conducting naval assaults.
Rank: Private
Division: None
Last Edit: 26th February 2019, by Bluman
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