XF-43 Joint Fighter Project[?]
|The Experimental Fighter 43rd Century, or XF-43, Joint Fighter Project is a transnational working group joining national and corporate entities in the design, development and creation of the next generation Fighter Interceptor for Terra's militaries.|
Any nation or Corporation may apply to enter into the XF-43 JFP Working Group though approval of entry must be approved by the Venetio Aeronautics Corporation and the Zardic Ministry of Defence.
Current Stakeholders: Zardic Ministry of Defence
Venetio Aeronautics Corporation (Zardic Aerospace Defence Firm)
Istalian Ministry of Defence
Alaria Al-Jazeena Aerospace (Istalian Aerospace Defence Firm)
Kazulian Ministry of Defence
Asvald Gruppen (Kazulian Defence Firm)
Dolvagian Ministry of Defence
Carmichael Industries (Hutorian Corporate Conglomerate)
Horizon Technology Corporation (Hutorian Defence & Aerospace Firm)
This organization was founded by the Zardio Konfedera Partio in November 4219.
There are three levels of membership:
- Candidate: any party can apply for candidacy in a party organization.
- Full: a candidate can be made full member by being promoted by a party of the leadership.
- Leadership: a party that has leadership level has the authority of promoting or demoting other parties up to the full level.
This organization has 11 member parties.
|P.A.N. - Eiserner Flügel||Full|
|Federalist Party of Hutori||Leadership|
|House of Steuart-Carmichael||Leadership|
|Nasjonal Arbeiderkongress 🌹||Leadership|
|Zardio Konfedera Partio||Leadership|
|Dolgavische Volkspartei (OLM)||Full|
|Ity ꜣḥwt xꜣdt||Full|
|New Liberal Party of Hutori||Full|
Membership of this organization is divided over the following nations:
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