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Grenadiers are Engineers for the European Federation Enforcer Corps battlegroups, comparable to Spetznaz Bears and JSF Pioneers.

Overview[]

Grenadiers in the European Federation Enforcer Corps are highly educated, extremely intelligent, and very well equipped. What sets the EFEC apart from the SGB and JSF is its deployment of non-lethal weaponry and use of ballistic shields. The mentality of the Enforcer Corps is to accomplish the mission; if they can avoid any unnecessary killing, so much the better. Because of the high requirements for EFEC Grenadiers, many members are a bit older than the average soldier serving in the European Federation’s armed services.[1]

Technological Overview[]

  • Primary Armament- Milana-2 missile launcher, MP12 4.6MM sub machine gun
  • Secondary Armament- Squad Taser ballistic shield

Instead of a light machine gun, one soldier in every unit of Enforcer Corps Grenadiers carries a long-range, wide-area, nonlethal taser weapon that is attached to a ballistic shield. The Grenadiers also have access to a millimeter-wave Active Denial System (ADS). This device won’t kill its targets, but it works well as a suppression device. Plus, if the situation calls for it, any enemy forces disabled by the taser or ADS can be taken out with lethal force by riflemen equipped with conventional fi rearms.[2]

The comm system, body armor, and other high-tech components of EFEC infantry gear are the result of blending French and German next-generation infantry technology. The predecessor to this gear was first issued in 2004, and the systems and weapons used have been continually updated and improved since then. It is widely accepted that the body armor worn by Grenadiers in the Enforcer Corps is the best-designed body armor in the world as far as comfort and usability are concerned, but it provides slightly less protection than armor used by the SGB and JSF.[3]

EFEC engineers are also armed with the German-manufactured MP12 submachine gun, which is chambered in 4.6mm and designed to be effective against body armor. However, the small size of the 4.6mm round limits its “knockdown” power. For armored threats, EFEC Grenadiers can deploy the Milana-2, an advanced anti-armor shoulder-launched missile.[4]

Grenadier Upgrades[]

Attack

  • Target acquisition system- Improves accuracy, Cost- 100,000CR, Recruit rank
  • Range finder- Increases attack range, Cost- 300,000CR, Regular rank
  • Squad Taser- Special attack: Taser, Cost- 900,000CR, Hardened rank

Defense

  • Acoustic coagulation- Improves hit points, Cost- 100,000Cr, Recruit rank
  • BTID (Battlefield Target Identification Device)- Improves hit points, 300,000CR, Regular rank

Mobility

  • Enhanced command- Uplink capture and upgrade speed increased, 100,000CR, Recruit rank

Ability

  • Sentry- Deploys drones to guard a secured uplink, Cost- 100,000CR, Recruit rank
  • Sensored mines- Enables deployment of mines, Cost- 300,000Cr, Regular rank
  • Self healing mines- Upgrades minefields to allow them to remain active longer, Cost 900,000CR, Regular rank
  • Trap sensor- Enemy minefields within line of sight can be detected, Cost- 1,200,000CR, Hardened rank
  • Combat support- Restores shielding of an allied unit, Cost- 1,500,000CR, Veteran rank

Grenadier Callsigns[]

Various professions that require skill and precision, or technology-associated terms

  • Rewire
  • Tinker
  • Safecracker
  • Watchmaker
  • Toolkit
  • Surgeon
  • Mainframe
  • Machinesmith
  • Locksmith
  • Hacker
  • Firewall

Gallery[]

Concept Art[]

Trivia[]

  • The Special attack for the Grenadiers is a Squad Taser, which is considered "non-lethal". This is a very unrealistic weapon in a modern battlefield. The JSF use a Squad Automatic Weapon, which is lethal, and the SGB use a Flamethrower, which is also lethal, seem to be a superior weapon compared to a taser weapon. Despite being considered "non-lethal", the Squad Taser can still damage enemy units.
  • Despite the game guide stating they carry MP12 machine pistols, in game Grenadiers use the same E3000 rifles as Kommandos. The MP12 itself is probably based off of the real life MP7, as it uses the same cartridge and various concept and promotional artworks show Grenadiers holding a MP7 style weapon.

See Also[]

References[]

  1. Tom Clancy's EndWar: Official Game Guide, page 33
  2. Tom Clancy's EndWar: Official Game Guide, page 33
  3. Tom Clancy's EndWar: Official Game Guide, page 33
  4. Tom Clancy's EndWar: Official Game Guide, page 33
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