The Asian Alliance, founded in the 25th century, is a vast coalition lead by China. During the 25th century, it grew bigger after China, then a vast military power, invaded its neighbouring Asian countries, like Japan, South Korea and Vietnam, but Mongolia and North Korea accepted to be annexed to China.
The paratrooper illustrated here sports a standard issue paratrooper helemet, a small body armor and a parachute. He is armed with a special operations assault rifle.
The Airborne Division of the Asian Alliance is the unit specialized in airborne operations of the AA. Lightly armed and well-trained, their job is to secure the landing zone before the bulk of the Asian forces arrive.
Th engineer illusatred here sports a long-range radio, a special backpack and a helmet with a HUD. He is armed with a carbine and a shotgun.
The Engineer Division is specialized in repairing the vehicles of the Asian Alliance and they are also the AA's demolitions experts. Carrying weapons only for their personal defence, they are not fighting units.
Th paratrooper illustrated here sports a heating combat suit, a standard issue paratrooper helmet, a small body armor and a parachute. He is armed with a special operations assault rifle.
The Airborne Division of the Arctic division fulfills the same role as the Army's Airborne Division, only they are responsible for arctic airborne operations.
The soldier illustrated here sports a heating combat suit, a small body armor, a backpack and a radio. He is armed with a carbine.
The Infantry Division is the bulk of the Airborne Division. Arriving after the landing zone has been secured by the Airborne Division, they use conventional weapons and tactics and their sheer number to win the battles.
Th engineer illustrated here sports a heating combat suit, a special backpack and a long-range radio. He is armed with a carbine and a shotgun.
The Engineer Division of the Arctic Division fulfills the same role as its Army counterpart. They are responsible of the repairs of the Arctic Division's vehicles and they need a lot more repairs than the Army's vehicles because of the arctic conditions.
Note that all Asian Alliance forces have tan faces. It's because they are Asian and I wanted them to have a different skin color than the Canadians.