Article 1 - Purpose
a) The aim of the census is to allow all nations looking it to understand the authors capabilities in a military sense.
Article 2 - Basic Template
a) The following is the template that all nations well be expected to follow:-
|Military budget:||B$450 Billion|
|Active frontline personnel:||120,000|
|Active reserve personnel:||620,000|
|Armored fighting vehicles:||3,800|
|Multiple-launch rocket system:||637|
|Coastal defense craft:||130|
|Mine Warfare:||4 (2+2)|
|Oil production: ... bbl/day||165,292|
|Proven oil reserves: ... bbl/day||1,094,690,000|
The above template taken from New Wondour and modified by Parakka, based on Information collected from http://www.globalfirepower.com
|Code For NationStates|
Article 3 - Data
a) The date should be based on the real world date collected from all the real nations that you control.
b) However, in order to allow people to have some creativity the real world figures may be altered providing they are done so in a reasonable manner
b.1) Reasonable is defined as what would be considered fair to the majority of people. Based on various factors relating to the nation in question
c) Factors that should be considered when making reasonable adjustments to real world figures are the following
c.1) Territory Size
c.2) Vision for your nation
d) When making adjustments please do the following:-
d.1) 10 (6+4)
d.2) Explenation, the 10 is the total, the 6 in this example is the real world number and the 4 is the additional number that you are modifying the total by.
Article 4 - Disputes
a) In the event that someone has an issue with a nations military census then it will be up to the Solar Alliance Security Council (SASC) to assess the issue and discuss it with both parties.
b) SASC suggest changes that should be made to a nations census if they find that the nation in question has altered it in a manner that no longer makes it reasonable.
Please remember any deviation from real world numbers must be shown in the style laid out above in order for SASC and Solar Role Play Committee to decide if those numbers are fair and reasonable, should the census be called into question.