The Mikrosheise Minifig Forces has always been a power in the air. As of February 1, 2008, however, the MMF has started a new operation that will also take control of the ground: The MMF Army. Please visit the MMF's home page here.
The MMF Army dress code is the common dress code of any army: camoflage. This features a green outfit with camoflage decals, dark green pants, and dark gray helmets. Generals are no different except for a different cap. Photographs will be coming soon.
All of the MMF Army's vehicles are manufactured in black, green, dark gray, or all three combined. Some very interesting creations will be uploaded in the next few weeks . . . please do not feel too dissapointed!
The Emperor is in charge of the MMF as well as the entire nation of Mikrosheison. In case you haven't guessed yet, I'm the Emperor.
In the MMF government, both the Army and Air Force are allowed 5 representatives each that represent their agencies in political issues.
After government ranking comes military ranking. Both the Army and Air Force have 3 Generals each. Below is a picture of one of the Army's generals, who dress in a camoflage outfit. They usually resemble aristocrats with MT-3 pistols.
Doctors are both necessary and important, and are thus well-honored.
Scouts are well-trained professionals who are both spies and undercover agents. In the army, they are usually dressed in camoflage suits.
Pilots are important in any army, especially if there are a couple of helicopters that need flying!
They are the most common sights at headquarters AND out on the field. They are usually seen with green camoflage suits, brown backpacks, and sunglasses.
At army bases, repairmen are common sights. They do all the dirtywork: fixing trucks, refueling helicopters, tuning Hotweilers, repainting the buildings, oiling jeeps . . . and did I mention tanks? They usually resemble troops, but without the decals.
Besides all of the above, the MMF Army needs other workers as well: business personell, advertisers, office workers . . . and janitors.
And yes, the MMF has sponsors, which provide food, military equipment, ammunition, artillery, construction materials, medical supplies, office supplies, maintenance tools, plastic silverware and plates, recycling services, and everything else the MMF needs. Yes, the MMF Army runs an annual multi-billion Lego dollar budget (around 30 to 40 human dollars).
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