Ed Island Navy

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Ed Island Navy
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EIN Insignia
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War Ensign of the EIN
Military overview
Formed 1821
Anthem Triumphmarsch
Jurisdiction Ed Island and her colonies
Headquarters Kriegsmarine Ministry, Bridgestadt
Employees Undisclosed number
Annual budget Undisclosed amount
Military executive Havelock, Admiral

The Ed Island Navy is the primary naval military of Ed Island. As the largest Ed Islandian military branch, the Navy is a powerful force on the seas with advanced technology making its ships effective and versatile in both peacetime and active war.


Ever since the late 1980s, the Ed Island Navy had been upgraded and modernized to include the latest advancements in naval warfare. This includes railguns, ship-based ICBMs, and large supercarriers. The flagship of the fleet, the EIS Savage, is noted as the most advanced ship in Ed Island's arsenal, being both heavily armed and armored.


After the merits of naval aviation were shown, Ed Island Naval Doctrine dictates that all ships must be able to carry aircraft in some capacity. While most ships only have space for one or two helicopters, a large emphasis is placed on aircraft carriers due to their invaluability in combat.



Aircraft Carriers
Njörd-class CVN Supercarrier 1975 5 The Njörd-class CATOBAR supercarriers are among the largest aircraft carriers in Antarctica, capable of carrying 90 fixed-wing aircraft and numerous helicopters. With a length of approximately 333m and a displacement of over 100,000 tons, they were the largest surface warships ever built and in service in Antarctica until the entry of the Baldr-class in 2014. Due to the dual nuclear reactors, the Njörd-class are capable of a maximum speed of well over 30 knots, and are designed to operate for several decades without refueling. Only one ship of this class was ever lost in combat, the class' namesake KMS Njörd during the operation to destroy the Javelin.
Baldr-class CVN Supercarrier 2014 2 A class of supercarriers intended to replace the Njörd-class. While they possess a similar hull shape, the Baldr-class feature advanced technologies such as electromagnetic aircraft catapults and other design features intended to improve efficiency.
Glepnir-class CGHN Helicopter Cruiser 2002 4 Designed for anti-submarine warfare, the Glepnir-class feature a unique combination of both cruiser and carrier with the foredeck taken up by a 69-cell VLS and an 8" turret and an angled flight deck taking up the remaining 2/3 of the ship. Although classified as a helicopter cruiser, the Glepnir-class are capable of storing and launching STOVL aircraft such as the F-30 and F-31B.
Surface Combatants
Valkyrie-class CA Armored cruiser 1978 5 The last heavy cruisers entered into service, the Valkyrie-class were commissioned in the midst of renewed hostilities during the False War as a counter to Snowviet missile battlecruisers that were first photographed in 1974. After the retirement of the Gungnir-class battleships in 1992 and Skofnung-class large cruiers in 2004, they are the last commissioned gun cruisers in the Ed Island Navy.
Svalinn-class CGN Guided-missile cruiser 1983 15 Utilizing the Aegis Combat System, the Svalinn-class are equipped with 122 VLS cells capable of carrying a multitude of surface-to-surface and surface-to-air missiles. The cruisers are a key component of carrier strike groups, and have found themselves utilized as anti-ballistic missile and anti-satellite platforms.
Mjölnir-class CSGN Guided-missile battlecruiser 1985 4 Originally constructed as a long-term counter to the Snowviet Aristov-class battlecruisers, the Mjölnir-class are the most heavily armed ships in the Ed Island Navy, with 255 VLS cells, a twin 8" turret, and a twin 5" turret. One of these ships, the KMS Kanzler, had its 8" turret replaced with a 155mm railgun, the first of its kind in Antarctica.
Fenrir-class DDG Guided-missile destroyer 1991 26 Designed as multi-mission destroyers in order to fit anti-aircraft, anti-submarine, anti-surface, and strategic land strike roles. Beginning in 2017, many of these ships began receiving high-energy lasers in place of traditional close-in weapon systems.
Syn-class FFG Guided-missile frigate 1977 13 A purpose-built guided-missile frigate designed to be inexpensive enough to replace older Wulfen War-era destroyers. Ships of this class typically provide anti-submarine warfare for carrier strike groups and armed escort for convoys and merchants. They are notable for being the first class of ship to be designed with the assistance of computers. The Syn-class was exported to most of Ed Island's allies, and remains in service with Magyaria, Osterreach, Austiceia, and Castilla.
Beowulf-class SSN Attack submarine 2004 12 A class of nuclear-powered fast attack submarines in service with the Ed Island Navy. Incorporating the latest in naval stealth, intelligence gathering, and weapon system technology, it is the newest submarine platform in the navy. As an attack submarine, it is designed to seek and destroy enemy submarines and vessels as well as project power with cruise missiles and special operation forces. The Beowulf-class are designed for operations in a wide spectrum of open ocean and littoral missions.
Herne-class SSBN Ballistic submarine 1986 10 The Herne-class are one of two classes of ballistic missile submarines within the Ed Island Navy. With a displacement of 48,000 tons, they are the third largest submarine class in Antarctica, behind the Folkvangr-class and Ruscan Proteus-class. Each submarine possesses 20 missile tubes that since 2015 have been modified the capability to carry nuclear weaponry.
Odrerir-class AGSSN Auxiliary submarine 1989 8 Based on the Herne-class hull, the Odrerir-class removes all offensive capabilities in favor of a modular bay capable of holding a cargo bay, radar picket equipment, or other modules. A small fleet of Odrerir-class always accompany the two Dragonet-class submarines, carrying burst missiles and acting as a radar picket to alert the subs in the event of an emergency. These submarines are heavily automated, and as such only include a small crew.
Folkvangr-class SSCVBN Submersible carrier 1995 2 A large class of nuclear-powered ballistic submarines designed to be mobile strategic missile platforms featuring 24 ballistic missile ports and four large-diameter missile ports, typically used for burst missiles developed from reverse-engineered Trinity missiles from the Ed-Snowinn War. The Folkvangr-class also double as underwater aircraft carriers capable of housing numerous CATOBAR aircraft to protect themselves from enemy attack.
Draupnir-class AO Replenishment ship 1985 10 In addition to the ten commissioned within the Ed Island Navy, Magyaria operates several Drapnir-class vessels which often accompany joint Bridgestadt Pact battlegroups.
Edda-class MCM Mine countermeasures 1987 12 A combination minehunter and minesweeper class that is currently being phased out in anticipation of new littoral combat vessels soon entering service.


Fighters and Attackers[edit]

Designation Name Role Years Active National Origin More Info

FAV-4 Freestyle Multirole 1981- Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 1
  • Length: 18.56m
  • Wingspan: 8.74m
  • Height: 3.89m
  • Empty Weight: 11,650 kg
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 19,500 kg
  • Powerplant: 1x R79, 2x R45 (lift engines)
  • Maximum Speed: 1,800 kph
  • Service Ceiling: 15,500m
  • Combat Radius: 550 km
A supersonic VTOL aircraft, the F/AV-4 possesses a single rear engine situated between two tail booms that could rotate 90 degrees downward. This rotation coupled with two auxiliary lift engines located in the center of the fuselage allows for vertical landing, but aircraft typically made conventional 'rolling' takeoffs. Some of the technologies developed for the F/AV-4 later went towards the F-30 Talon fifth-generation fighter. The aircraft is currently being phased out in favor of the F-30.

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FA-11 Striker Multirole
Air Superiority
1995- (F/A-11E/F)
Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 1-2
  • Length: 12.1m (A/B), 18.3m (E/F)
  • Wingspan: 12.3m (A/B), 13.6m (E/F)
  • Height: 4.7m (A/B), 4.8m (E/F)
  • Empty Weight: 10,433 kg (A/B), 14,552 kg (E/F)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 23,541 kg (A/B), 29,937 kg (E/F)
  • Powerplant: 2x F404 (A/B), 2x F414 (E/F)
  • Maximum Speed: Mach 1.8 (A/B), Mach 1.8 (E/F)
  • Service Ceiling: 15,000m (A/B), 15,000m (E/F)
  • Combat Radius: 741km (A/B), 722km (E/F)
A multirole aircraft designed specifically for the Navy. While a navalized F-10 was originally intended for use, the Navy was hesitant about placing single-engine aircraft on aircraft carriers. The F-10's competitor, the YF-11, was chosen instead as it was deemed to be a superior naval aircraft after extensive testing. The aircraft was later redesigned with a longer fuselage, redesigned engine intakes, and more powerful engines as the F/A-11E and F variants, nicknamed the Super Striker.

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F-30 Talon Multirole 2016 - Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 1
  • Length: 19.5m
  • Wingspan: 14m
  • Height: 3.56m
  • Empty Weight: 16,800 kg
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 33,000 kg
  • Powerplant: 1x F144, 1x F145
  • Maximum Speed: Mach 1.6
  • Service Ceiling: 19,000m
  • Combat Radius: 750km
A multirole fighter with variable geometry forward swept wings and VTOL capabilities, the F-30 is the most advanced aircraft in EIN service. Its design allows for stable flight at any speed, making it ideal for a number of different missions. The F-30's unique dual engine tiered design allows for VTOL flight along with a lift fan located in the center of the airframe. The F-30 was developed alongside Munijoch's F-G10, and technologies such as the lift fan and intake design were developed for both aircraft.

F-31 Specter Multirole 2015 - Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 1
  • Length: 15.4m (B), 15.5m (C)
  • Wingspan: 12.7m (B), 13.1m
  • Height: 4.33m
  • Empty Weight: 14,715 kg (B), 15,686 kg (C)
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 27,200 kg (B), 31,800 kg (C)
  • Powerplant: 1x F135
  • Maximum Speed: Mach 1.6+
  • Service Ceiling: 18,300m
  • Combat Radius: 1,670km (B), 2,220km (C)

The F-31 is a fifth-generation stealth multirole fighter with three main models: the F-31A CTOL variant, F-31B STOVL variant, and F-31C CATOBAR variant. The F-31A is the smallest and lightest variant of the aircraft, and is the only variant equipped with an internal cannon. The F-31B, while similar in size to the F-31A, sacrifices a third of its fuel capacity for a vertical flight system to allow for vertical landings on the navy's amphibious assault carriers. This system does not allow for vertical takeoffs, however, and the aircraft must takeoff conventionally. The F-31C carrier variant features larger wings with foldable wingtip sections, stronger landing gear, strengthened tailhook for use with carrier arresting wires, and a twin-wheel nose gear. The F-31 also features additional sensors and avionics compared to the F-G10 in order to give the aircraft similar capabilities to the EIAF's F-23A or F-24 fifth-generation aircraft, including an electro-optical targeting system and capabilities for data links between aircraft.

The F-31 is a licensed variant of Munijoch's F-G10 fifth-generation fighter, which Ed Island had a large factor in its development due to the nation's experience with stealth aircraft. The navy operates the aircraft's B and C variants in small numbers.

Support Aircraft[edit]

Designation Name Role Years Active National Origin More Info

EA-11G Primer Electronic Warfare 2000- Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 2
  • Length: 18.3m
  • Wingspan: 13.6m
  • Height: 4.8m
  • Empty Weight: 15,011 kg
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 29,964 kg
  • Powerplant: 2x F414
  • Maximum Speed: Mach 1.8
  • Service Ceiling: 15,000m
  • Combat Radius: 722km
A variant of the F/A-11F fitted with ECM equipment. The EA-11 lacks the standard F/A-11's cannon, but retains the ability to fire missiles if necessary.

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E-1B Visionary AEW 1964- Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 5
  • Length: 17.6m
  • Wingspan: 24.5m
  • Height: 5.5m
  • Empty Weight: 18,090 kg
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 26,083 kg
  • Powerplant: 2x A426
  • Maximum Speed: 648 km/h
  • Service Ceiling: 10,576m
  • Combat Radius: 731km
Large two-engine planes that provide airborne early warning for the EIN. The C-1 is a variant of the E-1B converted for use as a cargo and personnel transport.


Designation Name Role Years Active National Origin More Info

UH-24 Vosper Gunship Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 3
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Large, armored attack helicopters with the capacity to carry troops or supplies in a troop bay. Unlike the EIAF, the EIN utilizes the earlier UH-24A Vosper with the distinct 'greenhouse' canopy for greater visibility. These Vospers typically carry anti-ship torpedoes and depth charges on their hardpoints.

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UTH-66 Blackfoot Transport Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
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Transport helicopters used to ferry troops and supplies. The Blackfoot can be easily modified to support a large variety of roles, such as anti-submarine, search-and-rescue, or patrol.

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QF-17 Hunter Unmanned Fighter 2011- Ed Island Flag.svg Ed Island Toggle
  • Crew: 0
  • Length: 12.1m
  • Wingspan: 12.3m
  • Height: 4.7m
  • Empty Weight: 10,433 kg
  • Maximum Takeoff Weight: 23,541 kg
  • Powerplant: 2x F404
  • Maximum Speed: Mach 1.8
  • Service Ceiling: 15,000m
  • Combat Radius: 741km
Designed as an unmanned variant of the F/A-11A, Hunter drones are highly-maneuverable and are capable of carrying a large number of munitions. The cockpit area has been replaced with a sensor suite equipped with 12 cameras, and a thirteenth fitted to the underside of the drone. QF-17s were the first unmanned aircraft in Antarctica to perform takeoffs and landings from an aircraft carrier. While it was initially intended to convert 'legacy' Strikers into drone aircraft, the production QF-17s were constructed as new aircraft. All QF-17s are currently being tested at the Comona Islands Launch Facility.

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