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Japanese Corporate Competitive Response Group (CCRG)
By Owen Glover

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The CCRG detailed in this report is typical of many Japanese Corporations' "private armies" that have grown out of company security teams over the past 25 to 30 years. As paranoia at corporate /industrial espionage developed the reaction was to establish security organisations that owed allegiance to the corporate family. Due to the harsh treatments that corporations received during the First and Second Solar Wars, many corporations have established their own CCRGs that will ensure the "safety and continued unhindered conduct of corporate trading". Consequently many CCRGs are capable (and indeed there are recorded incidents) of conducting conventional military scale operations up to and including Regimental/Brigade size! CCRGs are generally extremely well equipped reflecting the emphasis placed on competitive development by executive management.

The subject of this particular report is the CCRG of a Pharmaceuticals developer, Akira Tetsuo International. Their performance was well publicised in 2177 during the ESU "liberation" of the NAC world of NAGISA. The ATI CCRG demonstrated their effectiveness following the limited "dirtside" conflict by virtually crippling an ESU Armored Division that had threatened collateral damage to a key ATI R&D plant. By careful use of EW assets and Interdiction Teams, the CCRG force isolated the Armored Division's HQ elements and negotiated concessions from the ESU forces that guaranteed ATI operations a market edge following the ESU pacification of NAGISA.

On NAGISA the CCRG Interdiction Group was organised as follows:

Special Note: For further information on relevant equipment, see our article on Japanese CCRG Weapons and Vehicles

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Total Strength: 13 Officers, 153 Other Ranks (166 total troops).

Group Headquarters (5 Officers, 11 Other Ranks)

HQ Squad (5 Officers, 4 ORs)
Group Commander, 2IC, Operations Officer, Media Relations Officer, Corporate Relations Representative, Group Senior NCO, Operations NCO, 2 Ops staff. 7 Personal Assault Weapons (PAW), 1 Smart Gun Support Weapon (SGSW). The Corporate Rep is usually unarmed.

HQ Support Squad (7 ORs)
Squad Leader (and EW/Comms NCO), EW/Comms specialist, 2 Specialist Snipers, 3 medics. These specialists will normally be detached to operate independantly or attached to Strike Teams as required. All are armed with the PAW, except the snipers who use sniper rifles. All usually carry a sidearm.

Support Team (2 Officers, 46 Other Ranks)

The Support Team contains specialist squads including Power Armour and Heavy Weapons.

Command Squad (2 Officer, 4 ORs)
Team Leader, Assistant TL, Team Senior NCO, 2 EW Operators, SGSW Gunner, total 5 PAW, 1 SGSW

2 x Support Weapons Squad (8 ORs each)
Squad Leader, Assistant Squad Leader, 2 GMS/L (crews of 3 troops), total 8 PAW, 2 GMS.

2 x "Entry Squad" (7 ORs each)
Squad Leader, Assistant Squad Leader, 1 SGSW Gunner, 4 troops armed with demolition/breaching/technical entry kits, total 6 PAW. These squads are equivalent to convential Assault Pioneers, but highly qualified in technical/electronic entry techniques.

2 x Power Armour Squad (6 ORs each)
Squad Leader, EW Operator, 2 Troopers with MLP, GMS/DFFG gunner, SGSW gunner. Total 4 PAW, 2 special weapons, all wearing PA.

3 x Strike Team 2 Officer, 32 Other Ranks each)

Command Squad (2 Officers, 5 ORs)
Team Leader, Assistant Team Leader, 2 EW Operators, SGSW Gunner, 2 Troopers. Total 6 PAW, 1 SGSW.

3 x Strike Squads (9 ORs each)
Squad Leader, Assistant Squad Leader, 1 SGSW Gunner, Multi-Shot Rocket Launcher (MSRL) Gunner, 5 Troopers with PAW. Total 7 PAW, 1 SGSW, 1 MSRL.

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