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Soviet Union
Сове́тский Сою́з
Flag of Soviet Union Large
The Emblem of the Soviet Union, this was around before the USSR's dissolution
Formation December 30th 1922

Moscow - Russia Flag of Russia
Disbanded in 1991
Succeeded by the Russian Federation

Faction Color Red
Allies League of Nations

Empire of Japan
Pacific Alliance

Enemies Global Front of Liberation

Warlords Alliance

Type of Faction Joint Co-operative Faction
Leaders Josef Romanov
Officers Dimitri Charkov

Artyom Rascalov
Roman Putin

Special Weapons Unknown
Strategies Unknown
Strengths Mass Production

Heavy Defenses
Well Armoured Vehicles

Weaknesses Slow Vehicles

Expensive Defenses

Status Not Started

Will appear in sequel

For the Cold War version of the Soviet Union which had been involved, see This Counterpart

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Foundation

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Involvement in World War II

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Units of the Soviet Union

Infantry Regiments

Forming the main battalions of the Soviet Union during the harsh times of World War II, these selected men and women of the USSR were trained to assist their comrades on the front as terror breached peace within their borders.

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder Conscript The conscription of young men into the military is the reason the Red Army is the largest military of the world, new Conscripts are given basic training courses, basic equipment and a suitable weapons, they are given a Mosin-Nagant rifle or a PPSh-41 SMG. Conscripts aren't usually the best soldiers to be found, but they make up with it with the sheer numbers of their regiments.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Fire Trooper Main anti-vehicle and garrison clearing operatives, can also be a threat to any hostile infantry on the field, Fire Troopers are equipped with portable flame throwers along with a series of improvised incendiary weapons for additional damage against infantry and vehicles, despite not being somewhere bright they can also plant incendiary bombs on buildings and vehicles.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Rocket Flyer Trained into anti-aircraft regiments of the Soviet Union, and equipped with a prototype homing rocket system, Rocket Flyers are specialists in taking on enemy aircraft within a surrounding are and do come with a pistol to take on ground units, however since they focus mostly onto dealing with aircraft the operatives may need escorts.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Support Engineer Unarmed, but armed with knowledge, the Support Engineer is a quick thinking operative that don't fight with weapons, but has some unique hand to hand fighting techniques when he encounters enemy infantry around him, he can also capture enemy buildings like all Engineers and is capable of building small bunkers for infantry.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Support Medic Equipped with a Mosin-Nagant along with a backpack of medical supplies, bravery of female Support Medics on the battlefield shows truth within honor for combat, assisting her wounded comrades and providing long-range cover if there are no long-range support within their perimeter.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Red Sniper Conscripts equipped with Mosin-Nagant rifles can be upgraded to become effective long-range combatants, this allowed the introduction of specialist Red Sniper class, adding a scope to their rifles and a small bipod to the front for better accuracy whilst on the floor locating their next target, these soldiers are good against infantry whilst prone.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Grenadier Mostly based on Conscripts with PPSh-41 SMGs, Grenadiers after being upgraded from Conscripts within the ranks of the Soviet Union's finest Red Army can launch grenades at enemy units, they also come equipped with a prototype front mounted grenade launcher to take on advanced anti-personnel roles, when it comes to enemy vehicles.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Spy Brought in secretly with their sense of fashion, female Spies have been known to distract enemy soldiers due to finest perfume made in the Soviet Union before WWII hit, these stealthy female agents are equipped with a tranquilizer dart gun and smoke grenades. Having spent time in training she can also tamper with enemy equipment and steal money from supply facilities.
WWII Soviet Placeholder Sasha Aleksandrova

One of the bravest women rescued by the Red Army after the GFL hit several parts of the Soviet Union, Sasha Aleksandrova is one of the Red Army's finest examples of women soldiers brave for defending Mother Russia during World War II.

She is equipped with a DP Machine gun with some better sights, or an SVT-40 Semi automatic with armour piercing rounds for long range attacks against enemy armour, Sasha can call in a heavy bombing run on a target area could be in her way and take on numbers of hostiles up front with her best and new skills acquired during training.

Ground Vehicles

Support Vehicles

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder ZIS-5V "Tracker" Supply Truck To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Caterpillar D7 Construction Dozer To be added...

Tier 1 Combat

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder T-70 "Roamer" Light Tank To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder BA-64 "Raider" Scout To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder SU-76 "Romanov" Tank Destroyer To be added...

Tier 2 Combat

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder T-50 "Krukov" Anti-Personnel Tank To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder T-34 "Hammer" Medium Battle Tank To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder KV-2 "Voroshilov" Heavy Artillery Tank To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder ZSU-37 "Sestra" Anti-Air Tank To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder T-34-41 "Boomer" Self-Propelled Howitzer To be added...

Tier 3 Combat

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder IS-2 "Stalin" Heavy Battle Tank To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder IS-3 "Blaster" Heavy Battle Tank To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder IS-6 "Dynamo" Heavy Battle Tank

Vehicle Upgrade

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WWII Soviet Placeholder SU-122 "Brute" Self-Propelled Howitzer To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder BM-8-48 "Katyusha" Rocket Artillery To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder ISU-152 "Beastkiller" Tank Destroyer To be added...

Super Tank

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder IS-7 "Lenin" Super Heavy Tank To be added...

Aircraft

Fighters

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder La-5 "Lavochka" Fighter To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder MiG-3 "Firedog" High-Attitude Interceptor To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Yak-9 "Frank" Fighter To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Yak-15 "Feather" Turbojet Fighter To be added...

Bombers

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder Il-2 "Shturmovik" Attack Aircraft To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Tu-2 "Bat" Medium Bomber To be added...

Cargo Planes

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder Li-2 "Cab" Cargo Plane To be added...

Buildings

Important Buildings

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder Command Center To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Power Reactor To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Hand of USSR To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Supply Center To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder War Factory To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Airstrip To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Radar Tower To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Battle Labs To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Oil Refinery To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Superweapon Unknown To be added...

Defensive Emplacements

Cameo Name Description
WWII Soviet Placeholder Machine Gun Turret To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder Fire Tower To be added...
WWII Soviet Placeholder SAM Site To be added...

Upgrades

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Red Army of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Flag of Soviet Union Small
Ground Forces
Infantry ConscriptFire TrooperRocket FlyerSupport EngineerSupport MedicRed SniperGrenadierSpySasha Aleksandrova
Support Vehicles ZIS-5V Tracker
Scouts & Armoured Vehicles BA-64 Raider
Tanks T-70 RoamerT-50 KrukovT-34 HammerIS-2 Stalin (IS-3 Blaster)
Anti-Aircraft ZSU-37 Sestra
Tank Destroyers SU-76 RomanovISU-152 Beastkiller
Self Propelled Artillery SU-122 BruteKV-2 VoroshilovT-34-41 BoomerBM-8-48 Katyusha
Super Tank IS-7 Lenin
Air Forces
Fighters La-5 LavochkaMiG-3 FiredogYak-9 FrankYaK-15 Feather
Bombers Il-2 ShturmovikTu-2 Bat
Cargo Planes Li-2 Cab
Buildings
Main Command Command Center
Production Structures Hand of USSRWar FactoryAirstrip
Resource Structures Power ReactorSupply CenterRadar TowerBattle LabsOil Refinery
Defenses Machine Gun TurretFire TowerSAM Site
Superweapons Superweapon Unknown
Prominent Characters
Leaders Josef Romanov
Military Personnel Dimitri CharkovArtyom RascalovRoman Putin
Faction Technologies
Weapons To be added...
Detailed Information
History History of the Soviet UnionHistory of Russian Tanks

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