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Support sarna. When ComStar created their own military force, the Com Guards , they diverged from the traditional 4-unit structuring of the Star League Defense Force and later Successor States ' militaries by basing their forces on multiples of six. They were further differentiated by using Roman numerals to identify their hierarchical position, from the smallest Level I to the highest Level V. Given their heavy emphasis on combined-arms warfare, the units also use Greek lettering to identify their compositional mix, with those at the beginning of the alphabet containing higher numbers of BattleMechs while those towards the end with larger numbers of conventional forces. It consists of a single 'Mech, Aerospace Fighter , tank or artillery piece , or a man infantry platoon.

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Support sarna. When ComStar created their own military force, the Com Guards , they diverged from the traditional 4-unit structuring of the Star League Defense Force and later Successor States ' militaries by basing their forces on multiples of six. They were further differentiated by using Roman numerals to identify their hierarchical position, from the smallest Level I to the highest Level V. Given their heavy emphasis on combined-arms warfare, the units also use Greek lettering to identify their compositional mix, with those at the beginning of the alphabet containing higher numbers of BattleMechs while those towards the end with larger numbers of conventional forces.

It consists of a single 'Mech, Aerospace Fighter , tank or artillery piece , or a man infantry platoon. A Level II , roughly analogous to a reinforced lance or demi- company , consists of six Level I formations. The exact area covered by a Division's constituent parts can depend, from a single important world to several dozen. At full strength an Army consists of six Level IVs, though for various reasons this has been as few as four, for a total of anywhere from to 1, Level I units.

Armies are primarily administrative units, although as seen in the Battle of Tukayyid they can also take to the field. Prior to the Schism there were twelve Armies, each one assigned to an area of the Inner Sphere Clock.

The threat posed by the Clans and the breakaway of the Blakists have forced the Com Guards to scrap this original arrangement, instead deploying Armies where they are needed.

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Support sarna. ComStar , known also as the ComStar Order or simply " the Order ," is an interstellar organization charged with maintaining the Hyperpulse Generator network, the primary means by which interstellar communication is conducted in the BattleTech universe. With the collapse of the Star League , Minister of Communications Jerome Blake anticipated that the upcoming Succession Wars would not only destroy the network, but also destroy the wealth of knowledge and technology humanity had accumulated over the centuries. With the agreement of the Successor States , ComStar was given monopolistic control of the HPG network, with Terra serving as its headquarters and the organization presenting itself as a neutral arbiter in the conflicts. ComStar issued its own Letter of Credit - the C-Bill - which soon became the standard in interstellar commerce; the ComStar News Bureau was created ostensibly to provide news service across the Inner Sphere; and the Mercenary Review Board was formed as an 'honest broker' for the booming mercenary industry. Much of the knowledge which became lostech in the rest of the Inner Sphere was preserved in secret by ComStar.

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