Navy of Burgundie

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Navy of Burgundie
Armada Borgondes
Burgundie Ensign.png
Naval ensign of Burgundie
Country Burgundie
Type Navy
Role Naval warfare, power projection, Humanitarian aid/intervention, Coastal defense, maritime law enforcement, search and rescue and sealift
Size 814,545 active duty Naval personnel
1,037,886 reserve Naval personnel
165,298 active duty Marine personnel
101,557 reserve Marine personnel
277 deployable ships
530 ships
TBD aircraft
Nickname(s) Burg's Big Stick
Royal Red, Burgundian Blue         
Navy of Burgundie
Burgundie flag.png

Components
Naval Combat Forces
Maritme Prefect
Naval Aviation
Administration
Structure of the Navy of Burgundie
Chief of Staff of the Navy of Burgundie
Equipment
Modern Equipment
History
Military history of Burgundie
Personnel
List of current groups
Ranks in the Navy of Burgundie
Awards
tbd

Mission

The mission of the Navy of Burgundie is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression, and maintaining the freedom and safety of the Burgundian littoral waterways and the international shipping lanes.

The Navy of Burgundie is a seaborne branch of the Burgundian Security Forces. The Navy's five primary areas of responsibility are:

  • The preparation of naval/coastal defense forces necessary for the effective prosecution of a war.
  • The maintenance of naval aviation, including land-based naval aviation, air transport essential for naval operations, and all air weapons and air techniques involved in the operations and activities of the Navy.
  • The development of aircraft, weapons, tactics, technique, organization, and equipment of naval combat and service elements.
  • The provision of logistical, human, and material support to Humanitarian aid/intervention efforts taken in conjunction with or on behalf of the international community.
  • The enforcement of Burgundian Maritime Prefecture Law and internationally recognized elements of maritime law.

History

Naval Doctrine

Age of Navigation-
Age of Discovery-
Age of Sail- Line Ahead, Crossing the T, speed over firepower, only engage Kiravian ships when they are beating hard into their close haul
Age of Steam- Young School
20th century- Young School
21st century- Command of the sea

Organization

Ship Type Total Number in possession Number in service Number in reserve
Aircraft Carrier 20 8 12
Large Surface Combatants 160 60 100
Small Surface Combatants 60 26 34
Attack Submarines 100 24 76
Cruise Missile Submarines 10 4 6
Amphibious Assault Ships 60 31 29
Combat Logistics Force Ships 60 41 19
Support Ships 50 32 18

Naval ORBAT

WIP, this is outdated

  • 4x Carrier Strike Groups (1 medium carrier, 2 stealth cruisers, 1 cruiser carrier, 2 corvettes, 1 flight squadron (10 Naval F-22 variants), 1 attack submarine, 1 cruise missile submarine and 1 supply ship)
  • 8x Battle Strike Groups (1 cruiser carrier, 2 stealth cruisers, 2 corvettes, 1 flight section (4 Naval F-22 variants), 2 attack submarines and 1 supply ship)
  • 4x Expeditionary Strike Groups (2 LHSs, 4 battle cruisers, 2 corvettes, 1 frigate, 1 Lauder Class sea lift ships, 1 Maria Class hospital ship and 1 supply ship)

Marine Infantry

Personnel

Bases

Location Picture Capacity
Kilikas Sea Naval Station, Northern Command
NordHalle, Burgundie
9 Flattops at Norfolk naval base, December 20, 2012.jpg *10 Aircraft carriers
*25 Surface combatants
*8 submarines
*10 Logistics vessles
Coscivian Sea Naval Reserve Facility
Bekshavn, Burgundie
San Diego Naval Base.jpg *2 Aircraft carriers
*14 Surface combatants
*24 Logistics vessles
St. Mattius Naval Airbase
Mattiusvale, Burgundie
US Navy 040514-N-0295M-005 An aerial view of Andrews Air Force Base flight line during the first day of the 2004 Joint Service Open House.jpg *LOTS of planes
Naval Auxiliary Air Facility Verdmontanha
Dorft, Burgundie
McChord AFB.jpg *A bunch of planes
Joint Base Davidus, Latin Command
Pumbria, Burgundie
NASJRB Fort Worth overhead shot.jpg *2 Aircraft carriers
*5 Surface combatants
*5 submarines
*6 Logistics vessles
*LOTS of planes
Naval and Air Station Sudmoll
Joint KATI Base Sudmoll
Southern Command
Sudmoll, Burgundie
Rosyth Dockyard - 1975 - geograph.org.uk - 1494842.jpg *5 Surface combatants
*9 Logistics vessles
*some planes
Joint Base Ayermer
Ayermer, Burgundie
UK Defence Imagery Naval Bases image 10.jpg *2 Aircraft carriers
*35 Surface combatants
*3 submarines
*7 Logistics vessles
*some planes
Joint Base Cin Novilla,
Novilla, Burgundie
Joint Base Novilla.jpg *4 Aircraft carriers
*12 Surface combatants
*15 submarines
*12 Logistics vessles
*some planes
Joint Base Faramount,
Faramount
Sydney Harbour aerial view.jpg Under construction
Joint Base Equitie
Equitorial Burgundie, Flordeterra, Burgundie
tbd *4 Aircraft carriers
*9 Surface combatants
*3 submarines
*8 logistics vessles
*some planes
Ayermer Ordinance Proving Facility
Ayermer, Burgundie
tbd N/A
Joint Base Cronata, Cronan Command
Neu Burgund, Flordeterra, Burgundie
tbd *2 Aircraft carriers
*6 Surface combatants
*8 submarines
*15 logistics vessles
*A bunch of planes
Naval/Revenue Guard Joint Station Medimeria
Medimeria, Burgundie
tbd *4 Surface combatants
*8 logistics vessles
*6 small/medium planes
Joint Base Punth, Punthite Command
Nova Levantia, Burgundie
tbd *4 Aircraft carriers
*9 Surface combatants
*3 submarines
*8 logistics vessles
*some planes
Naval/Revenue Guard Joint Station Wintergen
Wintergen, Burgundie
tbd *6 Surface combatants
*4 logistics vessles
*15 small/medium planes
Naval/Revenue Guard Joint Station Nauta Normand
Nauta Normand, Burgundie
tbd *3 Surface combatants
*2 logistics vessles
*4 small/medium planes
Joint Base Meriammajori, Levantine Ocean Command
Levantx, Burgundie
tbd *1 Aircraft carrier
*6 Surface combatants
*4 submarines
*6 logistics vessles
*some planes

Equipment

Ships

Aircraft

Weapons

Naval jack

Burgundie Ensign.png

The Burgundian Naval Jack is a burgundy field with the Burgundian Cross in canton. This design was adopted as the flag in 1821 after it was flown over the successful Closing of the Channel during the War of Northern Aggression.

In accordance with Burgundian Flag Code it is flown at altitudo luminare (Eng. lesser altitude) then the Burgundian Flag, but has the honor of being granted altitudo idem (Eng. same height) status as the royal flag and superioritatem (Eng. superiority) over all other flags in Burgundie, including the flags of the other military branches.

Previous to the adoption of the current naval jack there was not a singular flag for the Navy of Burgundie.

Notable sailors/marines

See also