Armed Forces of Cobura
Alasoti Enkobourai
የኮቡራ ጦር
Founded 2116
Service branches Coburan Army
Coburan Air Force
Coburan Navy
Headquarters Sharba
Related articles
History Meshtikistan Independance Conflict
West Majatran War
Ranks Ranks, insignia and uniforms of Cobura

The Armed Forces of Cobura officially the Coburan National Defense Force or the Coburan Armed Forces are the unified military forces of Cobura. The Coburan National Defense Forces are underneath the command of the President of Cobura who serves as the Commander-in-Chief. The Ministry of National Defense has civilian command and control over the armed forces but the Defense Staff has operational command and control over the CNDF.

In February 4771 the Ministry of National Defense and the Defense Staff began a comprehensive review. Minister of National Defense and Chief of the Defense Staff General Sretomir Vladimirović announced a series of reforms aimed at combating corruption, looting and nepotism within the armed forces as a whole. The Defense Minister also noted the shift to a new force structure adopting a more modern brigade-based command structure.

According to the Zardic Institute of International Relations and Gath Defense Collective Cobura ranks as one of the worlds weakest and most pitiful armed forces.

Paramilitary forcesEdit

According to the Constitution of the Democratic Federal Republic of Cobura each constituent republic is permitted to form their own police and paramilitary forces. The largest paramilitary forces belong to the Tokundians largely due to historical conflicts and differences with fellow ethnic groups in Cobura. These police and paramilitary forces fall underneath the control of the respective heads of government and governments of the constituent republics. These forces can be attached to the larger Armed Forces of Cobura if required in war time.

  • Tokundian Army (Tokundian: Токунданска војска; tr. Tokundanska vojska)
  • Tokundian Police (Tokundian: Токунданска полиција; tr. Tokundanska policija)
  • al-Qalea Police (Coburan Majatran: Shurtat al-Qalea)
  • Martyrs of the Fortress (Coburan Majatran: Shuhada' al-Qalea)
  • Mallan Police (Mallan: ማልላን ፖሊስ; tr. malilani polīsi)
  • Irkawan Police
  • Augustan Coburan Tagmata
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History History of CoburaHistory of Cobura by periodQedarite MigrationsKingdom of IrkawaKingdom of DomaleAugustan EmpireAhmadi CaliphateKingdom of Cobura2114 RevolutionCoburan Civil WarCoburan Liberation CrisisLake Majatra WarDeltarian Intervention in CoburaAugustan Empire (3607)Jelbic-Augustan WarsMeshtikistan Independance Conflict
Geography MajatraLake Majatra
Nomes DilganatoDomaleEgatoIrkawaTokundi
Demographics Ethnicity: AugustansIrkawansMallansMajatrans | Religion: Apostolic Church of the EastCoburan Apostolic Tewahedo ChurchTerran Patriarchal ChurchAhmadismYeudism
Government Executive:List of Heads of State and GovernmentThe CrownPrime MinisterCabinetGovernorsIntelligence and Security Services of Cobura | Judiciary: Judiciary of CoburaSupreme CourtCoburan Constitution | Legislative: House of Representatives
Politics Political Parties of CoburaElections in Cobura
Economy Economy of CoburaCoburan CoburCoburan Central BankFortas GroupEnacomAhmosisBazaroHoruso Air
Notable People Leon FilayamoSisay MēsikiDomiano CoronaDelilah el-MahjadiAli Azmera MelosDeĵano CezaridoMerani BalenkoAsha ZemalaMane Iyassu SidhomFeyza HadireDeviano de HesperioAmekhan Mikhailo
Military Coburan Armed ForcesCoburan ArmyCoburan NavyCoburan Air Force
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