In 1646 Quin Kemoto becomes king of Vietnam. Haun is the first born child and son of Quin in the year 1653.
The army incorporated gunpowder weapons into their force, speeding up a development that had been prevalent since the Song. The military institutions were largely responsible for the success of the army. The early military of Vienam was organized by the Wei-suo system, which split the army up into numerous "Wei" or commands throughout the frontiers. Each wei was to be self-sufficient in agriculture, with the troops stationed there farming as well as training. This system also forced soldiers to serve hereditarily in the army; although effective in initially taking control of the empire, this military system proved unviable in the long run and collapsed in the 1430s, with Vietnam reverted to a professional volunteer army similar to Tang, Song and Later Han. The guardsmen from the 17th century are armed with firearms. They are also collectively known as Marksman Troops. These standing forces reinforced the mounted nobility militia mobilized during wartime. Streltsy had identical uniforms (usually black, purple or green coats with black or gray boots), training and weapons (arquebuses, muskets, poleaxes, bardiches (used to steady their gun while firing), sabers, and sometimes pikes).
Quin Kemoto (1646-17??)
Haun Kemoto (16??-17??)