Vistas of a New World [Total War; Fantasy and Cold War]
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10-10-2012, 01:57 AM
Bugbear in the Playground
Join Date: Mar 2011
Re: Vistas of a New World [Total War; Fantasy and Cold War]
Portal Security Force Alpha [PSFA]
History of Department
The PSFA department was created when the first attempt to open a portal proved succesful, if only for a fraction of a second. SLD was worried about what could come true the portal from the other side and so placed a small armed security force at the test site. While the first expedition force entered, the PSFA was assigned more manpower and arms to make sure nothing hostile entered our world.
Going to the other world their Mission Statement has changed: Protect the other departments and cooperate with them. This protection is against foreign threats and eachother acting both as a police force and militairy force.
Lt. Colonel Mason Davids has always been the one who called the shots within the PSFA. He reports to Major General Nelson Hollender on a regular basis and responds quickly to orders given by his superiors.
Mason fought is now 32 and fought in World War 2 during D-day. He entered service when he was 17 as a volunteer and was trained to be a medic. He saved his first fellow soldiers life at the age of 18 when a mortar missfired on the shooting range. The soldier lost his leg to this accident but lived to tell the story thanks to Mason closing the wound with his bare hands.
During the war he has carried many of his brothers in arms from dangerous places to treat there injuries in a more secure location.
After the war he was reassigned and had acquired his current rank 3 years later. He is a fair and direct officer, speaking his mind but doing as hes told if there is no room for dicussions.
The PSFA is mainly a militairy force with some support staff such as medics and engineers.
Militairy (Medium Quality and Quantity) Im my opinion, not extremely heavily armed and with a proper force but not a whole army.
Diplomacy (High Quality, Low Quantity) They have some good negotiators but not many.
Industry (High Quality, Low Quantity) A couple of very good engineers but not many.
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