PCA equipment

STG-59

The design of this assault rifle was stolen from the Nazis and it shows in its older design. The Polish Confederate Army has used the STG-59 and its variants since being put into full rotation in 1963. It fires a 5.56mm round out of 30 round magazine, it lacks advance technology and is probably the oldest rifle in active service on the European continent but military with the PCA have sworn by its reliability and accuracy.

PCA soldiers wear combat gear provided to them by the Confederate Defense department. Various uniforms of camo gear for the diverse weather conditions of Europe and possible peacekeeping tasks the PCA is assigned to uphold are interchangeable. Depending on the origin of the soldier they may wear a flag on the right sleeve indicating where they’re from but most soldiers are assigned to a unit from their respective state.