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United Patagonian Republic
Patagonia Unidos República
Timeline: Axis vs Allies Resurrection (Map Game)

OTL equivalent: Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Falklands, British South Atlantic Overseas Territories
United Pantagonian Republic Flag Coat of arms of Argentina
Flag Coat of Arms

Motto
En unión y libertad (Spanish)
("In Unity and Freedom")

Anthem "Himno Nacional Patagonia"
Capital Montevideo
Largest city Buenos Aires
Other cities Asunción, Córdoba, Rosario, Ciudad del Este, San Lorenzo, Salto
Language
  official
 
Spanish
  others English, Native Languages
Religion
  main
 
Roman Catholic
  others Christian denominations, Native Religions
Ethnic Groups
  main
 
Anglo-American, German-American
  others African-American, Asian, Hispanic
Demonym Argentine, Argentinian
President Agustín Pedro Justo Rolón
Vice President Julio Argentino Roca Jr.
Area 1,303,303 sq mi
Population 19,662,924 (1950 est.)
Independence 25 May 1810 (Declared); 9 July 1816 (Recognized)
Currency Argentinian Peso
Organizations PATO, LoN

Territories

Military

The military has 95,200 active soldiers, and 37,500 reserve soldiers between the five branches of the armed forces. The Army and Navy are the largest branches, while the Special Forces and Marine Corps are the smallest. The government Department of the Interior operates the Argentine National Gendarmerie and the Argentine Coast Guard for national defense and search and rescue.

Army

The Army is the primary ground force of the military. They are equipped with a variety of weapons. There are 65,500 active soldiers and 28,000 reserve soldiers in the Army.

Infantry Weapons

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
HAF-1 A 80,000 Argentina Standard Issue Battle Rifle
M14
G3 6,800 Germany Standard Issue Assault Rifle
G3 Assault Rifle
Lehnar Submachine Gun 700 Argentina Standard Issue Submachine Gun
Sterling Submachine Gun
Ballester-Molina Semiautomatic Pistol 20,000 Argentina Standard Issue Sidearm
Bellester-Molina Pistol
M1911 5,500 United States Officers Sidearm
300px-M1911 A1 pistol

Crew Served Weapons

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
M2 Browning 240 United States Heavy Machine Gun
Machine gun M2 1
M1919 Browning 300 United States Medium Machine Gun
Browning M1919a
AHM-01 Heavy Machine Gun 250 Argentina Heavy Machine Gun
Dshk
AMM-001 Medium Machine Gun 380 Argentina Medium Machine Gun
Rpd-belt-fed-machinegun2big

Artillery

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
IA-130 170 Argentina Infantry Artillery Gun
Hungarian artillery colour

Armored Vehicles

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
T-26 163 Soviet Union/Argentina Light Infantry Tank
T-26 during the winter 1941-42
IT-43 Infantry Cruiser Tank 222 Argentina Infantry Cruiser Tank
M-41 Tank
Viper I 20 Brazil Heavy Tank
800px-TigerITankTunis
Viper II 50 Brazil Heavy Tank
300px-Bovington Tiger II grey bg

Navy

The navy is the backbone of waterway operations for the military. They operate many different ships, ranging from small patrol boats to battleships and battle cruisers. There are 18,000 active sailors and 5,900 reserve sailors in the Navy.

Ships

Class Quantity Names Origin Type Image
Buenos Aries class 2 PURS Buenos Aries (1940), PURS Córdoba (1942) Argentina Aircraft Carrier
Colossus class Aircraft Carrier
Tierra del Fuego class 3 PURS Tierra del Fuego (1941), PURS Montevideo (1944), PURS Islas Malvinas (1946) Argentina Heavy Landing Ship
Tierra del Fuego class Heavy Landing Ship
Rivadavia class 2 PURS Rivadavia (1915), PURS Moreno (1915) United States Dreadnought Battleships
Rivadavia class Battleship
Veinticinco de Mayo class 2 PURS Almirante Brown (1931), PURS Veinticinco de Mayo (1931) Italy Heavy Cruiser
25 de Mayo Cruiser
Mendoza class 3 PURS La Rioja (1929), PURS Mendoza (1929), PURS Tucumán (1929) United Kingdom Destroyer
Mendoza class Destroyer
Maipú class 14 PURS Maipú (1937), PURS Güer Aike (1937), PURS Misiones (1938), PURS Salta (1938), PURS Santa Cruz (1938), PURS La Pampa (1938), PURS Santa Fe (1940), PURS Chaco (1940), PURS Santiago del Estero (1943), PURS Formosa (1943), PURS Duranazo (1943), PURS Tacuarembó (1943), PURS (1946), PURS (1946) Argentina Destroyer
Buenos Aires Class Destroyer
Cervantes class 2 PURS Cervantes (1928), PURS Garay (1928) Spain Destroyer
Cervantes class Destroyer
Hercules class 8 PURS Hercules (1946), PURS Heroína (1946), PURS Sarandí (1946), PURS Santísima Trinidad (1946), PURS (1946), PURS (1946), PURS (1947), PURS (1947) Argentina Corvette
Corvette
Ingeniero Julio Krause class 1 ARA Ingeniero Julio Krause (1947) Argentina Fleet Replenisher
Repair Ship
Patagonia class 1 ARA Patagonia (1947) Argentina Fleet Oiler
Fleet Oiler
Ingeniero Iribas class 1 ARA Ingeniero Iribas (1947) Argentina Repair Ship
Repair Ship

Boats

Class Quantity Names Origin Type Image
Chubut class 11 PURS Chubut (1935), PURS La Pampa (1935), PURS Corrientes (1935), PURS Neuquèn (1935), PURS Entre Ríos (1935), PURS Mendoza (1936), PURS Jujuy (1936), PURS Constitución (1949), PURS República (1949), PURS Artigas(1949), PURS Paysandú (1949) Argentina Patrol Boat
Chubut class Patrol Boat
Humaitá class 2 PURS Paraguay (1931), PURS Humaitá (1931) Italy Patrol Boat
None 1 PURS Cap. Cabral (1908) Patrol Boat
Presidente Sarmiento class 1 ARA Presidente Sarmiento (1898) England Sailing Boat
Presidente Sarmiento class Training Ship

Submarines

Class Quantity Names Origin Type Image
Santa Fe class 3 ARA Santa Fe (1933), ARA Salta (1933), ARA Santiago del Estero (1933) Italy Submarine
Sante-Fe class Submarine 1
Santa Cruz class 3 ARA Santa Cruz (1946), ARA San Juan (1947), ARA San Louis (1947) Argentina Submarine
Santiago del Estero class submarine

Aircraft

Name Quantity Origins Role Image
FMA IAeC 33 Pulqui I 80 Argentina Air Superiority
Pulqui I Jet Fighter
Felixstowe F5L 8 United States Flying Boat
Felixstowe F5L
Curtiss JN-4 4 United States Trainers
Curtiss JN-4
Curtiss-Wright CW-12 28 United States Scout Aircraft
Curtiss-Wright CW-12
FMA IAeC 52 Pulqui I 20 Argentina Helicopter

Air Force

The air force operates most of the fixed wing aircraft of the Argentinian Armed Forces. There is a multitude of aircraft, although many are older models. There are 7700 active airmen and 3100 reserve airmen in the air force.

Fighters

Name Quantity Origins Role Image
FMA FeC.3 146 Argentina Fighter
P-40 Warhawk
FMA IAeC 33 Pulqui I 90 Argentina Air Superiority
Pulqui I Jet Fighter

Bombers

Name Quantity Origins Role Image
I.Ae. 24 Calquin 27 Argentina Heavy Bomber
I.Ae 24 Calquin

Transport

Name Quantity Origins Role Image
Dewoitine D.332 2 France Transport
Dewotine D.332
FMA AeC.2 23 Argentina Heavy Cargo
I.Ae 24 Calquin
Junkers Ju 52 15 Germany Medium Cargo
Junkers Ju 52

Trainer

Name Quantity Origins Role Image
FMA IAeC 33T Pulqui I 28 Argentina Lead in Trainer
FMA IAe27
T-10 Blackhawk 24 Brazil Basic Trainer

Scout/Observation

Name Quantity Origins Role Image
FMA AeC.2 32 Argentina Scout
FMA AeC 2

Marine Corps

The Marine Corps is the infantry branch operating from Navy ships. There are 8000 marines operating under command of the Navy.

Infantry Weapons

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
HAF-1 A 7,000 Argentina Standard Issue Assault Rifle
M14
Lehnar Submachine Gun 500 Argentina Standard Issue Submachine Gun
Sterling Submachine Gun
Ballester-Molina Semiautomatic Pistol 5000 Argentina Standard Issue Sidearm
Bellester-Molina Pistol

Artillery

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
IA-130 30 Argentina Infantry Artillery Gun
Hungarian artillery colour

Tanks

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
T-26 40 Soviet Union/Argentina Light Infantry Tank
T-26 during the winter 1941-42


Landing Craft

Class Quantity Origin Type Image
TA-01 50 Argentina Infantry Landing Boat
Landing Craft

Special Forces

The military operates a small special forces wing with 1000 members.

National Gendarmerie

The Gendarmerie acts in a law enforcement role for the government and can support the armed forces. They utilize old retired army equipment, but are fairly well trained. There are 25,000 personnel.

Small Arms

Model Quantity Origin Notes Image
Chiesanuova Bolt Action Rifle 23,000 Argentina Standard Issue Rifle
Balkan Rifle
M1911 5,000 United States Service Pistol
300px-M1911 A1 pistol

Air National Gendarmerie

The Air National Gendarmerie is the civil defense for Argentina, in support of the air force, and for point defense of various military installations.

Name Quantity Origins Role Image
F-10 Blackhawk 60 Brazil Fighter

Coast Guard

The Coast Guard is the naval law enforcement arm of the government and can support the navy in search and rescue capacity as well as defense. There are 10,000 sailors in the Coast Guard.

Ships

Class Quantity Names Origin Type Image
Mantilla class 4 PNA Mantilla (1944), PNA Azopardo (1944), PNA Thompson (1944), PNA Prefecto Fique (1944) Argentina Corvette
Mantilla class Corvette
Catamarca class 2 PNA Catamarca (1912), PNA Jujuy (1912) Germany Offshore Patrol Boat
Catamarca class Destroyer
La Plata class 2 PNA La Plata (1912), PNA Córdoba (1912) Germany Offshore Patrol Boat
La Plata class Destroyer

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