BRANCHES

Mobile Infantry

Includes the general Army and Marine support. They specialize in ground assault and air to ground assault. Individual soldiers master close combat or fire support knacks during their tours of service. This is the largest branch and accounts for more than half of the military population.

Fleet

Includes the Navy and Air Force support. They specialize in large scale air and space assault as well as invasion and boarding assaults. This is the second largest branch and accounts for nearly half of the military population.

Engineers

Originally a sub-branch in support of MI and Fleet, the Engineers eventually grew so specialized in their missions that they required their own support personnel and base of operations. Individuals are often assigned to units of the other branches as a consultant or mission specialist.

Administration

Originally a sub-branch of MI and Fleet, the Administration branch grew out of a necessity of separation from the other branches so that they were not influenced by loyalty to that branch. Personnel are responsible for the continuous evaluation and organization of the military units of the other branches in response to ever changing threats.

Judicial

Originally a sub-branch of MI and Fleet, the Judicial branch grew out of a necessity for impartial judgments that were not influenced by any loyalty to a specific branch. Personnel are responsible for the policing of personnel and units within the other branches in accordance with the Uniform Code of Military Justice.

Intelligence

Originally created as a private government organization outside the purview of the military, the Intelligence branch was placed under the jurisdiction of the military during the early days of colonization and exploration. Having to work with military and colonial units made it difficult for the Intelligence branch to perform its duties before. However, now they are part of the rank and pay grade system of the military with no question of their authority during a mission.