Warren Capellan March Militia

Warren Capellan March Militia
Unit Profile (as of 3145)
Parent Formation Capellan March Militia later Periphery March Militia


The Warren Capellan March Militia is stationed in the Warren PDZ of the Capellan March, which borders the Taurian Concordat. Things along this border were tense, but mostly quiet until the Landmark Incident. A Federated Suns freighter misjumped into the Concordat, and the TDF responded by launching a series of raids against the Suns. This continued through 3055 when Thomas Calderon was removed from power. The raids inflicted considerable casualties on the Warren CMM.[1]

The FedCom Civil War wasn't kind to the Warren CMM. Their commander assaulted Panpour, but lost the conflict. Most of the soldiers were interned as prisoners of war, and the Allied forces used the unit's equipment to rebuild their own units. However, unlike many units, the Warren CMM didn't lose command cohesion, and after the Civil War ended they were rapidly returned to service.[2]

During the Jihad the Warren CMM faced off against many of the Taurian Concordat's invading forces. This combat dramatically reduced their effectiveness. The Warren CMM was reorganized into a Light Combat Team, like all the Federated Suns March Militia units in the post-Jihad era.[3]

With the formation of the Periphery March the Warren Capellan March Militia was redesignated the Warren Periphery March Militia. The troops, who had long had a problem with the leadership on New Syrtis, welcomed the new assignment. Their reduction in size to a Light Combat Team inspired some grumbling, but nothing serious. The unit was also very pleased with the success of Operation MATADOR.[4]

After the invasion of the Capellan March by the Capellan Confederation, the Warren Periphery March Militia was assigned to Kigamboni in the Capellan March. Prior to this assignment the unit hadn't deployed off of their homeworld (Brusett) for longer than six months. With their traditional poor treatment at the hands of the Capellan March lords still in their minds, the members of the Warren PMM were very unhappy to be back at their mercy.[5]


3025 the unit was commanded by Major General Ashley Kurtis.[6]

3050 to 3062 the commanding officer was Leftenant General Martin Masar.[7][8][1]

3067 to 3079 the commanding officer was Major General Orlando Ingram[9][3]

3085 the commanding officer was Leftenant General Brigitte Luff.[10]

3145 the commanding officer is Leftenant General Heath Giggins.[11]


The unit doesn't hide behind defensive positions and uses brute force to overwhelm the enemy.[1]

Composition History[edit]


Warren Capellan March Militia (Green/Questionable)[6]

  • CO: Major General Ashley Kurtis


Warren CMM (Green/Reliable)[12]


Warren Capellan March Militia (Green/Reliable)[7][8]

  • CO: Leftenant General Martin Maser


Warren Capellan March Militia (1 Regiment/Green/Reliable)[1]

  • CO: Leftenant General Martin Masar

Warren CMM Aerospace Wing (1 Wing/Green/Reliable)[1]

Warren CMM Armor Brigade (2 Regiments/Green/Reliable)[1]

  • CO: Lieutenant General Viktoria Spenser

Warren CMM Infantry Brigade (5 Regiments/Green/Questionable)[1]

  • CO: Lieutenant General Gi Verda


Warren CMM (Regular/Questionable)[9]

  • CO: Major General Orlando Ingram

Warren CMM Aerospace (Wing/Regular/Reliable)[9]

Warren CMM Armor Brigade (Green/Questionable)[9]

Warren CMM Infantry Brigade (Green/Reliable)[9]

  • CO: Leftenant General Roman Wendt


After the bloody Jihad the Warren CMM had been reduced to approximately one-third of its pre-Jihad strength. The ROaR program enacted by the AFFS High Command stripped the unit of one of its armor regiments, and reorganized the unit into a Light Combat Team.[3]


Warren PMM LCT (Regular/Questionable)[10]

  • CO: Leftenant General Brigitte Luff

Warren PMM Aerospace Brigade (Green/Reliable)[10]

Warren PMM Armor Brigade (Regular/Questionable)[10]

  • CO: Leftenant General Tomiko Baggaley

Warren PMM Infantry Brigade (Regular/Reliable)[10]

  • CO: Leftenant General Woodward Sweetman


Warren PMM (1 Battalion/Regular/Questionable)[11]

  • CO: Leftenant General Heath Giggins

Warren PMM Aerospace Brigade (Green/Reliable)[11]

Warren PMM Armor Brigade (Regular/Questionable)[11]

  • CO: Leftenant General Brian Hardesty

Warren PMM Infantry Brigade (Regular/Reliable)[11]

  • CO: Leftenant General Lauri Pino



  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Field Manual: Federated Suns, p. 112, "Warren Capellan March Militia Profile"
  2. Field Manual: Updates, p. 133
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Field Report: AFFS, p. 16
  4. Field Manual: 3085, p. 66
  5. Field Manual: 3145, p. 85
  6. 6.0 6.1 House Davion (The Federated Suns), p. 138 (pdf version), "Warren PDZ"
  7. 7.0 7.1 20 Year Update, p. 22, "AFFC Deployment Table - 3050"
  8. 8.0 8.1 Objective Raids, p. 15, "AFFC Deployment Table - 3054"
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 Field Manual: Updates, p. 138, "AFFS Deployment Table - 3067"
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 Field Manual: 3085, p. 73, "AFFS Deployment Table - 3085"
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 Field Manual: 3145, p. 90, "Armed Forces of the Federated Suns"
  12. Historical: War of 3039 , p. 136