North Frequesuan Air Force
North Frequesuan Air Force
Active 2014 - Present
Country North Frequesuan Trust
Branch Air Force
Type Air Force
Part of Committee for the Armed Forces
Sub-Committee of the Air Force
Headquarters San Dorado City
Motto "Valour Above All"
Engagements Uranium War
Tristate War
One Day War
Chief of Staff GEN Dan Every
Vice Chief of Staff GEN Mitchum Vance

The North Frequesuan Air Force is the aerial component of the NFTAF and its third largest service branch. The NFAF has three main pillars: Defence Command, Strike Command and Support Command, each of which has a specific mission and each of which reports to the Joint Air Force High Command, which is headquartered in the Paragon.

Organization Edit

North Frequesuan Air Force Defense Command
Aircraft Classification Curr. Numbers Proj. Numbers Sqn. Organization Comments
F-120 Rafale Multirole Fighter 180 180 15 sqns. (12 aircraft)
F-120M Rafale Naval Multirole Fighter 48 48 4 sqns. (12 aircraft)
F-171B Specter Interceptor 48 48 4 sqns. (12 aircraft)
A-14 Falcon Multirole Stealth Fighter 48 48 4 sqns. (12 aircraft)
F-111X Aardvark Interceptor 32 32 2 sqns. (16 aircraft)
North Frequesuan Air Force Strike Command
Aircraft Classification Curr. Numbers Proj. Numbers Sqn. Organization Comments
F-111X Aardvark Medium Bomber 96 96 4 sqns. (16 aircraft)
EF-111X Sparkvark EW Aircraft 16 16 1 sqn. (16 aircraft)
CSB-01 Heavy Bomber 16 48 3 sqns. (16 aircraft) To be procured
North Frequesuan Air Force Support Command
Aircraft Classification Curr. Numbers Proj. Numbers Sqn. Organization Comments
KC-767 Tanker/Transport 16 16 2 sqns. (8 aircraft)
C-17 Globemaster III Strategic Transport 60 60 5 sqns. (12 aircraft)
C-130 Hercules Tactical Transport 48 48 4 sqns. (12 aircraft)
E-2D Hawkeye Light AEW Aircraft 24 24 2 sqns. (12 aircraft)
P-3C Orion Maritime Patrol 36 36 3 sqns. (12 aircraft)
R-1 Sentinel Ground Surveillance 12 12 1 sqns. (12 aircraft)
C-101 Aviojet Trainer 48 48 4 sqns. (12 aircraft)
Airbus 350 Medium AEW&C Aircraft 6 6 1 sqn. (6 aircraft)

Bases Edit

As of 2016 the NFAF bases in use are:

  • Camp Kittyhawk AFB
  • Torberg AFB
  • Port Regal Air Station
  • Halisbad AFB
  • Rotherburgh AFB
  • Camp Murray AFB
  • Kruger Peak AFB
  • Thunder City AFB
  • Fortuna Belli Proving Grounds
  • Mount Kingdom AFB
  • Paradise Island Air Station

The NFAF also has assets stationed at Camp Taylor on the Costa de las Cinco Muertes.


Attack Edit

F-111X Aardvark

F-111 Aardvark

The F-111X Aardvark is a medium-range interdictor and tactical strike aircraft produced by Ralson Aerospace that also fills the roles of strategic bomber, reconnaissance and electronic warfare in its various versions. Developed in the 1960s and first entering service in 1967, the NFAF variants have been continuously upgraded and rebuilt. Several squadrons of the aircraft remain in service. These aircraft form the principal NFTAF air to ground attack element. The aircraft has been sold to several countries, including Indhopal. The most up to date incarnation of the Aardvark (the Aardvark X or XL) is fitted with F119 variant engines which enable it to supercruise at Mach 1.9 and reach a maximum speed of Mach 3.3. The aircraft has an AESA radar, a two man crew, two internal weapons bays and four pivoting wing pylons.

F-120 Rafale

The F-120 Rafale is a San Dorado-built twin-engined delta-wing highly agile multi-role fighter aircraft designed and built by Ralson Aerospace. The Rafale is being produced both for land-based use with the North Frequesuan Air Force and for carrier-based naval operations with the North Frequesuan Navy. It has also been succesfully marketed for export, having been sold to several Frequesuan countries. All NFT Rafale aircraft have been upgraded to the F7 standard which includes AESA radar, thrust-vectoring F119 engines which grants the aircraft the ability to supercruise, and a reduced radar signature through use of stealth materials. A naval variant (the Rafale-M) is available.

F-120 Rafale

F-171B Spectre

The F-171B Spectre is a highly advanced Mach 3 capable strategic reconnaisance / interceptor aircraft designed and built in Miratia by San Dorado-owned factories. The Spectre has a top speed of Mach 3.5 and a range of 5.500 kilometres, as well as a two-man crew, an AESA radar, a jamming system and an optional RISAR sensor package. The aircraft's maximum payload is ~5,000kg in a multi-purpose internal fuselage bay. The Spectre can carry a maximum of three long-range missiles on a rotary launcher.

Mirage III

The Mirage III is an aging supersonic fighter designed by Ralson Aerospace during the late 1950s. The aircraft was still in use by the air force of the Republic of Sabika at the time of its incorporation, and the NFAF inherited four squadrons of this craft, which were upgraded to the latest III/NG (Next Generation) standard. The Mirage III has a top speed of Mach 2.2 and is powered by a single turbojet engine. The III/NG variant is highly agile, owing to its delta wing, fixed canards and fly-by-wire system. It has five external hardpoints, carries two guns and is usually fitted with either rocket packs or Sidewinder missiles. The Mirage III is set to be phased out over the coming years. It will be replaced by the F-120.