The Kozanese Royal Defense Force – Who are they?

Every country on the face of the earth needs some form of defense. The Kozanese Royal Defense Force says it all, as they are the armed military forces of Kozan. Their operations consist of air, sea, and land forces. The commander-in-chief, is none other than the reigning monarch of Kozan and the prime minister.

Even before the time Kozan declared independence, residents in Kozan regularly served in local militia groups. They aid themselves in the defense against attacks from enemy groups and support was lent to them by the United States and later Japan. Kozan was an ally of the United States during World War I and II, and again during the Cold War, when the Soviet forces invaded Kozan and the attempt to stop the Shintoist Province and Scarlet Devil of Team Crimson.

In the army’s early days, the men took the role of fighting, while women aided the men through medicine, communication, logistics, and administration. As time flew by, the height and age requirements were lowered in order to recruit more Kozanese citizens. Eventually, the youngest recruits would go onto be Susumu Takajima and Kagami Ochiai, aged 14 respectively. Generally, people had to be at least 13 years of age and those under 18 had to have parental permission to join the KRDF.

Although the Kozanese Royal Defense Force is a single service, members are not always required to wear uniforms. Just like SPASDOT, the majority of women can be usually seen wearing lolita attire or kimonos, something seen out of Kozan’s rich culture. People can wear any outfit for any occasion, other than dirty work or combat.

Would you want to join the KRDF? Play Chuhou Joutai and see what it’s like.

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