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WGSS: Congolese National Army

Chair: Austin Gogal


Crisis Director: Khrissa Chun


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Dossier

**CrisiswillactastheArmyChiefofStaff,JosephDesirMobutu

Chair:ChiefofLandForces

1. GeneralKassaChambaya
ChambayaisafourstarGeneralwhowasnominatedforappointmentby
PresidentKasaVubu.ChambayacommunicatescloselywiththePresident,acting
astheoperationalmindoftheArmyhowever,thePresidentultimatelyhasthe
finalcallinoperationalcommand.TheroleoftheGeneralistobrainstorm,plan,
andexecuteoperations,inconcertwithotherhighrankingofficerswhoareon
activedutyonthefield.TheGeneraldoesnotcommandhisownunitsofsoldiers,
butcommandstheCongoRegionsoperationscurrentlyunderNationalist
control.TheNationalistshavekeptpowerintheWesternCongo,andtheSimbas
havetakentheEast.Hismainconcernsaretoplanandordertheexecutionof
operationstotakebackNationalistlandfromtheSimbastocrushtherebellion.

2. LieutenantGeneralSabaChipa
TheLieutenantGeneralisonactivedutyonthefieldcommandingonearmy
corps,comprisedofthreearmydivisions.AsLieutenantGeneral,hehasthe
capabilityofdelegatingrolestoeachdivision,whethertheymaybesupportor
combatroles,andeachdivisionmayhaveitsownfocus,inorderforthearmy
corpstoachieveitsgoal.Chipahasthedutyoforganizinghisarmycorpsto
answerthespecifiedoperationsdemandedbytheArmyChiefofStaff.However,
recently,ithasbeenobservedtheLieutenantGeneralhashadabrasive
interactionswiththeArmyChiefofStaff,somequestioninghisallegiancetothe
NationalistMovement.

3. MajorGeneralKoleoBandi
Anactive,uniformedofficer,theMajorGeneralseescombatinthefieldand
commandsabrigademadeupoffourbattalions.Inaction,thebrigadeis
specializedforaspecifictask,determinedbytheMajorGeneral.Hisbrigade,
comprisedofapproximately2,000soldiers,isspecializedintobranchesofthe
armydependingonthemission.Hesolelyoverseesbrigadesofcavalry,armory,
andartillery.Historically,Bandihasamassedanotoriousnameforhimself,in
whichhisbrigadesareundisciplinedandoftenterrorizecivilians.Manyseethis
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4. ChiefofInfantryBranchBandaChada
Anactivecombatbranch,theInfantryBranchisprimarilymadeupoffoot
mobile,lightinfantryTheAnimalSpecialistintegratesavailableanimalsinto
Armyoperations,mostoftenincludingdogs.Biameseekstoutilizeotheranimals
aswell,includingpythonsandwolves.Hisvisionistoutilizethebiodiversityof
theCongototheNationalArmysadvantage,creatingauniqueandunforeseen
battlestyleandfrontagainsttheSimbas.However,manyintheArmybelieve
Biameiscompletelymadheoftenshirksdutiesandcannotbefound,onlyto
reveallaterhewastryingtotamewildanimals.yunits.Rangerinfantryarealso
includedintheBranch,whichincludespeciallytrainedsoldierswhohavethe
qualificationsofalightinfantryunit,butwithotherskillsincludingparachute
trainingandspecialoperationsmissions.Chadaworkscloselywithcommanding
officerstoallocateinfantryunitstothenecessaryoperations.Itisknownthat
ChadaisrivalswiththeChiefoftheArmorBranch,asChadaisinclinedtofollow
theChiefofStaffsorderswhiletheChiefoftheArmorBranchdoesnot.

5. DirectorofSpecialForcesLubuMbota
Directingasmalleliteforceofsoldiers,MbotaisloyaltotheNationalistcause.
DuetolimitedresourcesintheCongo,thespecialforcesismadeupofasingle
companyof100soldierswithrestrictedfirepowercapabilities.TheCongolese
SpecialForcesarespeciallytrainedinreconnaissance,surveillance,andhostage
rescue.DespitetheprestigetheDirectorandhisspecialunitmayhold,many
criticizeMbotaforhislackofenforcingtherequirementsforrecruitmentintothe
specialforces.ManybelievethishasledtoaweakenedSpecialForces.Despite
this,theDirectoraimstocollaboratewiththeWesternforcesinordertocreatea
unitedspecialforcesfrontagainsttheSimbas.

6. ChiefIntelligenceOfficerMutswaChomba
Headofintelligenceforreconnaissancemissionsgathersintelligencenot
throughhisown,butthroughthefieldintelligenceofficersunderneathhim.
BasedinLeopoldville,theIntelligenceOfficerfocusesongatheringintelligence
ontheSimbasmotives,resources,andmovements.Anotherpriorityistocollect
informationontheCommunistmovementintermsofresourcesandpredicted
operations.IntelligenceworkscloselywiththeSignalCorpstoutilizelatest
communicationsystemsandtechnology.Interestingly,theIntelligenceOfficer
studiedinChinaforayearasastudent,andmanyquestionhisallegiancetothe
NationalistMovement.CouldhiscloseresearchontheSimbaRebellionswayhim
tobeaSocialistsympathizer?

7. HeadofJointOperationsChombeKando
Traditionally,theHeadofJointOperationsseekstocooperatewithallbranches
oftheArmedForcesinoperationsneedingmorethansolelytheNationalArmy.
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Atthistime,theHeadutilizeshisauthoritytouniteallWesternforcesagainstthe
Socialistthreat.ThisdutytakestheformofjointlycommandingWesternforces
withAmericanandBelgianforces.However,duetothenatureoftheCongos
history,KandoisoftendubiousofBelgiansandisgreatlyconcernedaboutthe
possibilityofrecolonization.Additionally,manyNationalArmyofficersare
concernedwithKandosauthority,withtheCivilWar,somebelievehetakeson
moredutiesthanwhatisunderhisjurisdiction.

8. ChiefofDefenseForceTrainingNkabaMeba
TheChiefofDefenseForceTrainingwishestorecruitasmanyCongolesecitizens
aspossibletofightfortheNationalistcause.MebaisoftenseenwiththeHeadof
CivilAffairsincivilianvillagestorecruityoungmenforthearmy.Utilizinga
smallstaffoftrusteddefenseforcetrainingofficers,trainingunitsaresent
throughouttheregiontorecruit.However,manyhavetestifiedofMebasviolence
towardsciviliansiftheyarenoteagertoaidtheNationalistcause,andthe
trainingofficershaveamassedareputationofterrorizingwomen.After
recruitment,theChiefsmaindutyistotrainthenewrecruitsintobattleready
soldiersintheArmystrainingfacilitiesjustoutsideofLeopoldville.

9. HeadofSignalCorpsBukoMungu
Managescommunicationchannelsforcommandingofficersandcombinedarmed
forces.IfCongolesenavalandairforcesmustbecontacted,thesignalcorps
transmitstheneededmessages.Further,iftheCongoleseArmywishesto
communicatewithWesternAllies,orcontactSocialistforces,thesignalcorps
managesthesecommunications.Astechnologyprogresses,thesignalcorpsis
alsoresponsibleformanaging,issuing,andutilizingmilitaryintelligence
technologiesforthearmysuse.DuetothenatureoftheSignalCorps,theHead
interactswithmosthighrankingofficersandcorpsChiefs.However,manyare
waryofMunguashecommunicateswithforeignnations,includingSocialist
forces.

10. HeadofTransportationCorpsMobaChilya
TheTransportationCorpsisresponsibleforthemovementofpersonneland
materialsviatruck,train,ship,orplane.Onadailybasis,normalmaterialsthe
corpstransportsmayincludefirearms,food,medicines,andsuppliesfor
personnel.However,transportationisnotlimitedtothesegoodsandvirtually
anythingcanbetransportedthroughthetransportationcorps,includingnatural
resources,civilians,andillegalgoods.Additionally,Chilyaholdstheauthorityto
requestmaterialsfortransport,ifhemaydeemitnecessary.TheHeadsofthe
OrdnanceandQuartermasterCorpsworkcloselywiththeTransportationCorps
inorderfortheirsuppliestobeefficientlytransportedwhenneeded.


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11. ChiefofArmorBranchKachiMumba
TheArmorBranchisanactive,combatbranchoftheNationalArmymadeupof
themountedforcesofcavalry,tanks,andothermotorizedvehicles.AstheChief
oftheArmorBranch,MumbamustensuretheCongoleseNationalArmyisin
possessionofmountedtechnologiesandresources,andsufficienttank/mounted
unitsbasedupontheChiefofStaffsorders.Mumbahowever,hasamasseda
reputationforrebellingagainstordersandexecutingoperationsasheseesfit,
makinghimrivalswiththeChiefoftheInfantryBranch.Additionally,Mumba
lookstocollaboratewiththenewlyformedAirCavalryBranchbuttheCongo
doesnotcurrentlyholdanyAirCavalryvehicles,theUnitedStatesholds
technologytoconductsuccessfulAirCavalrymissions

12. ChiefofFieldArtilleryBranchMatuNoko
TheFieldArtillerybranchisoneofthreecombatarmsintheNationalArmy.
Unitsinthisbranchutilizefieldartilleryweaponstoparticipateinindirect,long
ragefire.AsChiefoftheFieldArtilleryBranch,Nokoisresponsiblefor
commandingfieldartilleryunitsbasedonordersbytheArmyChiefofStaff,or
proposingoperationstotheChiefofStaff.Additionally,hemustrequest
acquisitionofartilleryweapons.Moreover,anotherdutyistocommunicatewith
theAirForceArtilleryBranchandtheCoastArtilleryBranchhowever,
technologiesinthesebranchesareverylimitedtononexistentatthistime.Noko
holdsacloserelationshipwiththecurrentArmyChiefofStaff,butheis
concernedaboutworkingwithanewChiefofStaffifanythingmayhappento
Mobutu.

13. MilitaryAnalystMassambaChingwa
Chingwasupportsandadvisesthecommanderswithresearchandwritten
statementswithregardtomilitaryhistoryandtactics,andthecurrentstateof
internationalrelationsintheColdWar.ThisroleisindispensableastheCold
Warhasproventobeatrulydynamicconflictananalystprovidesinformationin
orderfortheArmytomakeinformeddecisions.
ObtainingthenewestinformationanddatafromIntelligenceandInformation
officers,ChingwasupportstheNationalistcausethroughhisadvising.Asayoung
boy,hegrewupinasmallvillageanddidnotreceiveaformaleducationthe
majorityofhisknowledgehasbeengainedonthejob.

14. BrigadierGeneralChitaLingba
Incommandofonebrigadeof1,500,theBrigadierGeneralhastheauthorityto
selectwhichspecialtyhisbrigadeshallhaveinaccordancewiththeoperationat
handinfantry,cavalry,orarmor.Hehasamassedanabominablereputation
amongothercommandingofficers,includingtheMajorandLieutenantGenerals,
asatyrantandoutspokenNationalist.Hehasgainedinfamyforignoring
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commandsorrequestsfromhigherrankingofficers.Lingbathinkslowlyofhis
fellowcommandingofficers,andmanyseethisdivisionamongofficersasa
weaknessontheNationalistfront.

15. ColonelBangaTshipa
TheColonelcommandsaregimentof1,000soldiers,whichcanbemadeupof
infantry,artillery,orarmorsoldiersdependingontheconventionalforcetaskat
hand.Duetothesmallerscopeofhiscommandingauthority,Tshipassoldiers
arewelldisciplinedanddedicatedtotheNationalistcause.Theregimentoften
seescombatintimesoflargepredictedclasheswiththeenemyiftheregimentis
assignedanoperationwellinadvance,ithasalargerprobabilityofasuccessful
mission.AstheCongohaslimitedresourcesintermsoffirearms,theColonels
regimentiswellunderpreparedinsurprisebattles.Wellacquaintedinworking
withtheChiefofInfantryBranch,theColonelhasbeenplottingtotakebackthe
SimbaslandfortheNationalistcause.

16. LieutenantColonelKiwaMulya
TheLieutenantColonelcommandsabattalionof500soldiersoftheinfantry,and
canalsoactasataskforceexecutiveofficerinlogisticandcivilianaffairs.Dueto
thesmallernatureofMulyasbattalion,itactseffectivelyasataskforcein
operationsneedinglargermanpower.At500,thebattalionactsmoresuccessfully
inconventionalforceoperationsasopposedtospecialforces.Further,Mulyaand
hisfamilyarefromKinduintheeasternCongo,underSimbacontrol.Some
believebecauseofthisbackground,Mulyawillwishtofightallthemoreforthe
NationalistcauseandtakebackKindufromtherebellion.Ontheotherhand,
othersfeelhishometownmaybeanindicationofasocialistseedinthe
Nationalistarmy.

17. MajorBizaChawa
Asafieldofficer,theMajormostoftenservesabattalionwhenrequestedorleads
specializedcompaniessuchasServiceSupport,SpecialOperations,or
Intelligenceforces,somethingthathigherrankingofficersdonotdo.Chawamay
alsoactasaprimarystaffofficerforotherinfantrytaskforces,providingfurther
leadershipandexpertise.AsayoungMajor,someofficersandsoldiershave
troubletrustinghim,afraidhemaybeswayedeasilybytheSocialistplague.
Additionally,hegrewupinKatanga,incitingspeculationofhiswishfor
recolonization.

18. CaptainKaleoLenga
TheCaptaincommandsacompanyof200soldiersandattainedthetitleof
CaptainafterearningamedicallicenseinBelgium.Lengasknowledgeof
medicineandsciencegainsthetrustofhissoldiers,amassingagoodamountof
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fame,andhasledhimtovehementlyopposetheSimbasmagic.TheCaptain
attemptstospreadtheNationalistcausethrougheducatinghissoldiers,andany
civilianstheymayencounter,onhowoutlandishtheSimbascauseis.Mostoften,
theCaptainworkswiththeChiefofDefenseForceTrainingtotrainunits,
commandnewsoldiers,orcommandinfantry.Atthesametimehowever,many
NationalistsopposeLengasauthority,withmanyinsinuatinghewishesfor
BelgianrecolonizationoftheCongo.

19. CavalryScoutMusaChivung
CavalryScoutsperformreconnaissance,actingasafirstfrontincombat.Thefirst
toengagewiththeenemy,Scoutsaretoreportanyusefulinformationto
commanderstopassontoIntelligenceorInformationasquicklyaspossible.
DubbedtheeyesandearsoftheArmy,Scoutstakenoteofenvironmental
conditionsorcombatcircumstancesinorderforcombatarmunitstoperform
successfully.CavalryScoutsarenecessaryforreconnaissanceandalsoutilize
explosiveweapons.Hearingoftheturmoilthathaseruptedfollowing
Independence,Chivungwishesforstability,evenifitmeansrecolonization.

20.InternmentSpecialistKimbaretaGula
TheInternmentSpecialistsupervisesprisonersofwarandconfinementand
detentionoperations.IfanySocialistheathensarecaptured,Gula,aswellas
IntelligenceOfficers,h0ldtheresponsibilityofinterrogatingtheprisoners.
Additionally,anypersonneloftheNationalArmyorcitizenoftheCongocanbe
placedinconfinementfordisciplinaryactions,underGulasjurisdiction,ifthe
individualappearstobewaveringfromtheNationalistcause.Gulahasmadeit
hisdutytoensurethatthosewhoarecapturedareeitherloyalNationalistsorare
executedfollowingdisciplinaryactions.

21. HeadofCivilAffairsKazaTshisa
CivilAffairunitsareactiveinciviliantownsandvillages,inordertoworkwith
civilauthoritiesandpopulationsacrosstheCongoaffectedbymilitaryoperations.
TheHeadoftheCivilAffairscorpsmustallocatehiscivilaffairsunitsintothe
necessaryregionsaffectedbyongoingoperations,inadditiontocommandingthe
unitsactionstominimizemilitaryimpact.However,thereputationofCivil
Affairsisbecomingtarnished,aswordhasspreadtheunitsterrorizeandexploit
villagesratherthanassistvillages.Socialistregions,villages,andindividuals
especiallyliveinfearoftheCivilAffairsunits.Currently,CivilAffairunitsare
oftenfoundneartheeasternandsouthernbordersofNationalistrule.

22. ChiefofStandbyForceChabeKelu
TheCongoleseStandbyForceisacompanyof80soldiersstationedin
Leopoldville,readyforemergencyoperationorinterventionatamomentsnotice
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duringacrisis.Generally,deploymentofsoldiersiscarefullyplannedfor
predeterminedoperationshowever,duetothedynamicnatureoftheCivilWar,
theStandbyForceisstationedfordeploymentatamomentsnotice.The
deploymentoftheStandbyForceisadvantageousintheseconditions,asinfantry
orothercombatarmsmustbebriefedandtrainedbeforeaspecificoperation.A
faultoftheStandbyForceisthatthesoldiersarethoughtofasdisposablebythe
Chiefthesoldiersarenotparticularlywelltrainedordisciplined.Additionally,
weaponryisallocatedasasmallamountofresourcesinLeopoldville.

23. ChiefofFinanceCorpsSassouDebat
TheFinanceCorpsisresponsibleforcomputingpayrollandpreparingpayments
forArmypersonnel.Itoverseesandrecordsdetailsoffinancialtransactionsand
plansbudgetsfortheArmyandallitsbranches.Debathasbeencriticizedfor
fraudulentactivityhowever,actionhasyettobetakenonthisallegation.Some
soldiersreceivelesspaythantheyshouldandpartsofthebudgetmysteriously
vanish.Atthesametime,ithasyettobefoundifDebatisindeedbehindthese
activities.Toaddtothiscase,whileDebatisthenewChiefofFinance,hehasyet
tobeseenonfriendlytermswithotherhigherups.

24. ChiefofEducationTrainingKongaBuba
TheChiefofEducationTrainingfocusesonestablishingtheNationalistdoctrine
inyoungrecruits.TrainingemphasizestheimportanceoftheNationalist
movementhistoryanddoctrineandthenatureoftheSimbarebellionitsbrief
historyanditsnonsensicalbeliefsandwayslikeitsmagic.Workingcloselywith
theChiefofDefenseForceTrainingandtheHeadofCivilAffairs,thethree
recruit,physicallytrain,andmentallytrainsoldierstobebattlereadyand
devotedtotheNationalistcause.However,unfortunately,theeducationprogram
doesnotcontinueaftertherecruitscompletetraining.Thisflawisaconcernin
theNationalArmyofficersareafraidtheirsoldiersloyaltymaywaverafter
trainingandthroughoutthecourseofthewar.

25. HeadofQuartermasterCorpsBokoChionga
TheQuartermasterCorpsisresponsibleforacquisitionofsupplies,managementofthose
supplies,andplanningthedistributionofgoods.Materialsincludesuppliesforsoldiers,
rawmaterials,othervaluableresources,andvirtuallyanygoodthatisnotinthe
jurisdictionoftheOrdnanceCorps.WhiletheTransportationCorpsphysicallytransports
thegoods,theQuartermasterCorpsmustplanwhatmaterialstoobtain,andhowto
procurethosegoods.BothCorpsworktogetherinordertodeterminewherethegoods
mustbetransporteditisoftenthathighrankingofficerswillrequesttheQuartermaster
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26. ChiefofOrdnanceCorpsNuptaKombo
TheOrdnanceCorpssuppliesfirearmsandammunitiontocombatunits,and
procuresandmaintainsweapons.Additionally,theCorpsoverseesthe
developmentandacquisitionofweaponsystemsandelectronics.Thedutiesof
theChiefoftheOrdnanceCorpsincludedeterminingacquisitionsourcesforthe
materialsandweapons,overseeingthestockingandmaintainingofthegoods,
andcommunicatingwiththearmysofficerstosendmaterialsefficiently.Itis
imperativetheChiefsloyaltytotheNationalistMovementdoesnotwaver,forif
theSimbasweretoattaintheOrdnanceCorpsweapons,thetideofthewar
wouldcertainlychange.

27. FieldExpertLamiaMakemba
AnomadbeforebeingrecruitedintotheArmy,Makembaholdsindispensable
knowledgeonthegeographyoftheWesternCongo.Heisabletoidentifyweather
andtopographicalpatterns,andhisknowledgeonlivingoffthelandcomesinuse
whenunitsaredeployedforanextendedperiodoftime.Inthepast,Makembas
memoryhasservedusefulinfindingcaves,crossingbodiesofwater,and
navigatingforests.Holdinglimitedmilitaryandleadershipknowledge,Makemba
isusedsolelyforhisknowledgeandwisdom.Whilenotanofficer,many
commandingofficers,chiefs,andgeneralsconsulttheFieldExpert.

28.DirectorofOperationalLogisticsLikaChita
WorkinginLeopoldville,theDirectoroverseesanylargescaleorcrucial
operationstoensuretheyhavethenecessarymaterials,personnel,andofficers.
TheDirectoroftenadvisestheofficerscommandingtheoperation,suchashow
manyunitsshouldbedeployed,mostefficienttravelroutes,andanyglaring
operationalerrorsthatwouldhaveoccurred.Asisthenatureofthedutiesofthe
Director,Chitaworkscloselywithhighrankingofficers,buthasneverinteracted
withtheChiefofStafforPresident.Chitafocusesonthelogisticsofoperations
andnotthereasonsforexecutingthem,becomingdistancedfromthemessageof
theNationalistmovement.ItisrumoredSimbashaveattemptedreachedoutto
theDirectorinthepast.

29. ChiefofInformationOfficerSabeBala
TheInformationbranchworkswithIntelligencetomanagegeneralinformation,
managetheSignalCorps,andreporttotheSecretaryofArmy.WhileIntelligence
gathersinformation,Informationmanagesreadilyavailabledatafor
organizationalandoperationalpurposes.InformationtheChiefdealswithona
dailybasisincludespersonnelcountandtheArmysavailableresources.Similar
totheIntelligenceOfficer,BalaoverseesInformationpersonnelandcanrequest
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decolonizationhasvanishedandInformationcanonlyutilizedataavailablefrom
Congoindependenceandforward.

30.HeadofReportingUnitLengoChilu
TheReportingUnitensurestheChiefofStaff,currentlyMobutu,isuptodateonall
operations.TheHeadofReportingUnitsobtainsinformationfromIntelligence,
Information,andCavalryScoutstowritedetailedreportsfortheChiefofStaff.Thisduty
iscrucialastheChiefofStaffmustbeknowledgeableandprivytoongoingoperationsin
ordertoactastheadvisorforthePresidentandNationalSecurity.Further,ifMobutu
wouldliketocontacttheNationalArmy,theReportingUnitisanotherchannelof
communication.ThismostoftenoccursifMobutuinquiresonthestatusorresultsofa
mission.ChiluhasbecomeclosewithMobutuandisworkingtogarnersupportfora
Mobutudictatorship.

31. HeadClericfromChaplainCorpsMilongoLemba
LeftasaremnantfromBelgianrule,theChaplainCorpsismadeupofdevoutCatholics
whoserveasassistantsandsupportduringpeacetimeorwartime,inadditiontobeing
enlistedsoldiers.Theclergyoffercounseling,moralsupport,andreligiousservicestoall
oftheArmedForces,butmainlytotheArmybranch.
SinceIndependence,manyhavecalledforthedissolutionoftheChaplainCorps.The
clergyoftheCorpsarewellknownfortheiroutspokenopiniononBelgianrecolonization,
believingitwouldbringstabilitytothewartornregion.

32. HeadofCommunicationsYoulaInganda
WorkingintheSignalCorps,Ingandaisutilizedasatranslator,fluentinSwahili,
Kituba,Lingala,Tshiluba,andFrench.Ingandaisneededtotranslatemessages
betweenofficersandcivilians.DuetotheCongosmulticulturalnature,heseeks
toironouttensionsamongdifferentethnicgroups.Utilizinghislanguageskills,
heattemptstobringinfightinggroupstogetherfortheNationalistcause.To
fulfillthisgoal,IngandaworkswiththeHeadofCivilAffairsandChiefof
Educationtraining.Atthesametime,whileIngandaisagreatoraltranslator,he
hasdifficultytranslatingwrittentext,sometimestranslatingamessage
incorrectly.

33. HeadofCombatConstructionMutsweBoki
CombatConstructionUnitsconstructtrails,roads,andfieldfortifications
includingsheltersandbunkersforanyunitspassingthrougharegion.Ideally,
Bokiwillbecontactedinadvanceifalargescaleoperationistooccurthatwould
requireanyfortifications.However,constructionunitsoftenareatalossasto
howtobuildthesefortifications,andifanyarebuilt,areofpoorquality.
Industrializedmaterialsareoftendifficulttoobtain,andgenerally,fortifications
arebuiltwithmaterialsfoundinthesurroundingareaandwhatavailable
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resourcesaretransportedtotheconstructionsites.Bokiwishestoworkwiththe
AmericansorBelgianstobuildsecure,successfulprojects.

34. FieldArtillerySurveyorTsibaBeshi
Beshisdutyistomonitorfieldconditions,giveprogressreportsonmaneuversduring
combat,andperformmaintenancechecksonartilleryequipment.Heensuresthelandis
preparedforintegratedfirefromtheartillery,workingwiththeConstructionCorpsfor
idealconditions.TheSurveyormustalsoaccountforanyweatherpatternsthatmay
affectthelineoffire.However,whileholdinglimitedknowledgeonthesubject,itisoften
thattheweatherandterrainaffectstheartillerysoperation.

35. AnimalSpecialistLamiaBiame
TheAnimalSpecialistintegratesavailableanimalsintoArmyoperations,mostoften
includingdogs.Biameseekstoutilizeotheranimalsaswell,includingpythonsand
wolves.HisvisionistoutilizethebiodiversityoftheCongototheNationalArmys
advantage,creatingauniqueandunforeseenbattlestyleagainsttheSimbas.However,
manyintheArmybelieveBiameiscompletelymadheoftenshirksdutiesandcannotbe
found,onlytoreveallaterhewastryingtotamewildanimals.

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