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Kingdom of Zealandia Defence Force
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Kingdom of Zealandia Defence Force Te Ope Kaatua o Zealandia
Königreich von Zealandia Streitkräften
logo of the KOZDF
Motto: Ära integritet och lojalitet
|March||None as of yet|
|Established||2 March, 2010|
|Country||Kingdom of Zealandia|
|Branches||Army, Navy, Air Force|
|Sub-branches||Customs and Borders Police Service|
|Commander-in-Chief||HM King Anthony|
|Minister of Defense||Admiral Mark Fowler|
|Headquarters||Denton Citadel (ZNB Denton)|
|Active personnel||10 (all Zealandian are in the Military)|
|Standard weapon||Taurus PT24/7|
The Kingdom of Zealandia Defence Force (Maori: Te Ope Kaatua o Zealandia, German: Konigreich von Zealandia Streitkraften) abrivated as KOZDF is the National Defence force of the Kingdom of Zealandia.
The KOZDF Consist of:
- Zealandian Air Force
The KOZDF is run by the Council of Chiefs of Staff which is headed by HM King Anthony who is also the Commander in Chief of the KOZDF.
Each Component Organisation is headed by a Chief of Staff.
The Chiefs of Staffs are:
- Field Marshall King Anthony (Army)
- Air Marshall Jayson King (Air Force)
- Admiral Sir Mark Fowler (Naval Service)
The Ranks of the KOZDF component oragiansations are designed to have an equle rank in the other forces.
The KOZDF was established in the Zealandian Constitution and by the Defences Act 2010 legaly the Commander in Chief is HM King Anthony alought the KOZDF is in reality commanded by the Chiefs of Staff and the Ministry of Defence
The KOZDF has a system of military readiness, very similar to the United States' DEFCON System. It is called Military Readiness Level, and is often referred to as just as MILRED.
The KOZDF also has a base security level system called SAFE BASE.