The NCR is one of the 4 main factions present in Fallout Incursion, although polarized, they are considered one of the most popular factions on the server due to their accessibility to join and their simple structure.

The NCR played an important role in 2 main Fallout games and is mentioned in others, its structure is similar to that present in New Vegas, as its RPG and gameplay follows the basics of what one can find in Military RP, just more losers and not So strict, your main role on the server is to represent the military side of the server and defend the Wastelanders from threats such as invaders, mercenary fighters, and those who threaten the well-being of your citizens.


  • 1 History and background
    • 1.1 Knowledge of the server.
    • 1.2 Ideology
    • 1.3 Relations
  • 2 Ranks and structure
    • 2.1 ––FACTION LEADER––
    • 2.2 ––HIGH COMMAND––
    • 2.3 ––STAFF OFFICIALS––
    • 2.4 ––NCOs––
    • 2.6 --NCOs--(NCOs)
    • 2.7 --LISTED--
  • 3 divisions and teams
    • 3.1 Reconnaissance Battalion
    • 3.2 rangers
    • 3.3 Infantry

history and background

NCR was one of the original factions launched with the server in its 1.0 update, after the events of Fallout New Vegas it is unclear who won the battle of Hoover Dam as they are still in conflict with the Legion and Keith himself commented that regardless of who won had little effect on the current conflict within the server's lore.

In terms of lore, there isn't much different from Fallout's canonical lore and the CGC version of NCR, aside from a few teams and the inclusion of Super Mutants in their ranks.


Server tradition.

After the ashes of the Second Battle of Hoover Dam were cleared, it was unclear who won and many of the companies became independent to manage and organize things themselves, but reports are still needed.

The current company in the Mojave Wasteland is the 9th Company, formed after leadership changes in the 8th Company.

Its current goal continues from the 8th Company, which is to unite all groups under one banner and integrate all allies into NCR in one way or another. Whether it's giving them a purpose as a business, turning them into a police force, turning them into a territory, etc.

The 9th Company in Mojave is the strongest NCR military unit in the territory, well-supplied and manned in the MO to fight enemies on the front lines.

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According to NCR, their ideology is as follows.

NCR emphasizes and strives to uphold a multitude of Old World values ​​such as democracy, personal liberty, and the rule of law. It also aims at restoring general order in the desert, improving and developing infrastructure and economic systems, and general peace among people. Less than a century after its founding, the Republic is an exemplary example of post-apocalyptic success and good ethics. Constant expansion and development has led to broad political emancipation, the establishment of the rule of law and its enforcement, security from internal and external threats (to a reasonable degree) and good standards of living (above mere subsistence, at least) are a reality for its inhabitants. Massive population of over 700,000 citizens. The situation was further improved by the Mojave Campaign and securing the flow of electricity and water from the Hoover Dam to the Republic. In short, NCR represents progress; While the wildlings and other desert dwellers manage to live a meager existence, the citizens of NCR enjoy the luxuries of a stable economy, medical care, law and a legitimate government, not to mention the largest army to ensure you stand a chance. into something more than just surviving. The enormous population of the Republic of New California means that it is made up of a highly diverse number of people, from the highly refined inhabitants of the Republic's great urban centers, through merchants and frontier settlers, to the myriad of responsible farmers and ranchers. its economic power. . Overall, it is one of, if not the largest, New World societies around the desert, and is constantly growing throughout its sustainability.


Just like in the games, NCR has an undying rivalry with Caesar's Legion and the Enclave, but their relationship with the Brotherhood of Steel is unique, as they have gone from great allies to worst enemies.

In general NCR has little to no tolerance for raiders and tribes as they are very hostile towards these groups as some of them can be chaotic towards the wilderness but there have been some exceptions they also have similar feelings towards raiders . .members of the super mutant Unity. faction for their kidnapping and transformation of Wastelanders into Super Mutants.

The NCR also has a negative view of mercenaries, as most Merc factions are constantly paid to turn hostile to them and initiate attacks, assaults, and kidnappings against them and their citizens.

Although NCR has had a hostile relationship with Unity, they do not discriminate against super mutants from joining their faction, as members of the super mutant race have been seen in their ranks, the same applies to ghouls, as some members within them are ghouls, showing their flexibility when it comes to who can join their ranks. While the NCR is not short of enemies, they are not short of allies either, they are well known for being on the good side of like-minded factions such as the Minutemen or the Desert Rangers.

They are also known to get along well with all merchant factions such as the Crimson Caravan, The Van Graffs and Gun Runners.

Classifications and structure

NCR has a basic military structure, from the lowest rank is Soldier to the highest is Colonel, the General rank is present within NCR, but this rank is saved for special occasions like events and is not 100% present in one day normal.



[Colonel] - Leader of the entire garrison.


[Lieutenant Colonel] General and supreme leader of the military campaign, second in command

[Major] Adviser of the 2 highest positions, in charge of General Staff Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers

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[Captain] Manages all divisions and ensures they all run smoothly

[First Lieutenant] Rank of Second Officer

[Second Lieutenant] Rank of First Officer, manage the NCR at more than one squad level


[NCOs] Officers Test Rating


[COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR] He directs the NCO Corps. You can upgrade to SGM

[Sergeant Major] Last available regular SNCO/NCO rank, can call in raids, assists and ambushes and deal with prisoners in the absence of Shock. Can go up to SSG

[FISTER SARGENT] Last rank obtained while serving in a division. Can upgrade to CPL


[SERGEANT MAJOR] Petty Officer at battalion level

[Sergeant First Class] Sergeant who has demonstrated broad leadership ability can be promoted to PFC

[SERGEANT] Distinguished Sergeant, you can be promoted to PFC

[SERGEANT] A committed soldier, can lead teams of soldiers, can establish outposts and be promoted to PV2

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[CORPORAL] The most basic NCO rank, can lead patrols and command smaller soldiers

[CORPORAL LANCE] Trainee Petty Officer


[SPECIALIST] Last Rank Obtained by Length of Service

[PRIVATE FIRST CLASS] Obtained at the time of service

[SECOND CLASS PRIVATE] Soldier who learned the basics and showed potential

[PRIVATE] Starting rank to see if soldier is fit to join NCR

divisions and teams

Like all factions, NCR has multiple divisions within its ranks, all divisions have items such as armor and equipment unique to each one, they all fit different playstyles and follow the rules/roles within it.

Members will not receive armor or equipment for free unless the leaders want it, all requests come from the caps themselves and must be given to the leaders. reconnaissance battalion


1st Recon is an elite recon and sniper division that prioritizes intelligence gathering for the NCR and long-range fire support in combat. 1st Recon usually work in small teams, but they are just as deadly and don't need technology to win on the battlefield. They will do anything to win on and off the battlefield and will work hard during missions to ensure victory.

[SNCO]- Rifle antimaterial

[SNCO]- 1st armor and recon equipment

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[SPC]- You can participate


Forest ranger

The NCR Rangers are the elite division within NCR, using all types of weapons and tactics to defeat NCR's enemies on and off the battlefield. Rangers are highly trained and dispatched to deal with greater threats than normal soldiers cannot handle, while being able to disguise themselves and deal massive amounts of damage to Republic enemies from within and without.

[SNCO]- Rifle antimaterial

[SNCO] - Ranger Redwood

[SNCO] - Veteran Ranger and Ranger Armor

[SPC]- You can participate


They all start their military journey here and are used to fighting conventional battles. Infantry have basic training and make up the bulk of NCR forces. The NCR infantry core is modeled after the old United States Army in terms of organization, tactics, and ranks. The infantry's main weapon is the "Service Rifle", while the most commonly used armor is the soldier's normal armor. Infantry also use Humvees and Vertibirds en masse.

Infantry also has several subcategories that can use special equipment such as powered armor and vehicles.


[SNCO]- M2 Gold (Superior)

[SNCO] - Servoarmadura T-45

[SNCO] - Resgate Power Armor

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Why does California call itself a republic? ›

The name "California Republic" appeared only on the flag the insurgents raised in Sonoma. It indicated their aspiration of forming a republican government under their control. The rebels elected military officers but no civil structure was ever established.

What does it mean that California is a republic? ›

California Republic, or Bear Flag Republic, was the period of revolt against Mexico initially proclaimed by a handful of American settlers in Mexican California on June 14, 1846. California Republic may also refer to: The modern State of California in the United States.

Who won the bear flag Revolt? ›

On July 9 forces under Commodore John D. Sloat occupied San Francisco and Sonoma, claimed California for the United States, and replaced the bear flag with the American flag.

How did California become a republic? ›

On June 14, 1846, American settlers in Sonoma rose up against the Mexican authorities who governed the territory and declared the establishment of the independent California Republic. The rebels fashioned a makeshift flag with a lone red star and a crude drawing of a grizzly bear.

Is a republic the same as a state? ›

Most often a republic is a single sovereign state, but there are also subnational state entities that are referred to as republics, or that have governments that are described as republican in nature.

What happened to allow CA to join the union? ›

With the Gold Rush came a huge increase in population and a pressing need for civil government. In 1849, Californians sought statehood and, after heated debate in the U.S. Congress arising out of the slavery issue, California entered the Union as a free, nonslavery state by the Compromise of 1850.

Why is the state called a republic? ›

A Republic means the head of the State is elected and not a hereditary monarch. India is a republic because the Supreme head of the State/Country i.e the President is elected by the people.

Why is it called a republic? ›

The word "republic" comes from the Latin term res public, which means "public things," "public matter," or "public affair." This reflects the fact that governing in republics is considered the right and duty of the people as a whole, not the exclusive privilege of a small, elite group of rulers.

What does it mean for a state to be a republic? ›

A “republic” is a form of government in which the people hold power, but elect representatives to exercise that power.

How did the US defeat Mexico? ›

Better Resources. The American government committed plenty of cash to the war effort. The soldiers had good guns and uniforms, enough food, high-quality artillery and horses and just about everything else they needed. The Mexicans, on the other hand, were totally broke during the entire war.

How much land did Mexico lose in the war? ›

By its terms, Mexico ceded 55 percent of its territory, including the present-day states California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, most of Arizona and Colorado, and parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Wyoming.

Was California its own country for 25 days in 1846? ›

Following the Bear Flag Revolt of 1846, California existed as an independent nation—for 25 days. At dawn on June 14, 1846, a ragtag group of about 30 gun-toting Americans entered Sonoma, a small town in the Mexican territory of Alta California.

Who created the New California Republic? ›

Aradesh is the founder of the New California Republic and was also its first president. Before this, he was the leader of Shady Sands, which became the capital of the NCR. Aradesh lived in Vault 15 before he became the leader of these communities.

What was California originally called? ›

What Does "California" Mean? Baja California (lower California, which is now in Mexico) was first visited by the Spanish in 1533. What is now the state of California was called Alta California (upper California).

Who lived in California first? ›

The first explorers and settlers of Coastal California were American Indians. The most expansive European colonizations efforts were made by the Spanish.

What are the benefits of a republic? ›

What are the Advantages of Republican Government?
  • Fairness. They believed that laws made by the representatives they elected would be fair. ...
  • Common welfare. The laws would help everyone instead of one person or a few favored people.
  • Freedom and prosperity. People would have greater freedom and be able to live well.

What is an example of a republic? ›

Republics Today

The United States, Mexico, India, France, Kenya, South Korea, Peru, and Indonesia are only a few of the world's many true republics. Some countries call themselves republics simply because a monarch (a king or a queen) is not the leader.

What is a republic vs democracy? ›

Republic: "A state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch." Democracy: "A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives."

Who sold California to the US? ›

By its terms, Mexico ceded 55 percent of its territory, including the present-day states California, Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, most of Arizona and Colorado, and parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Wyoming.

Can you refuse to join a union in California? ›

No, California is not a “right to work” state. “Right to work” states have laws that make it unlawful to require employees to join a union or pay union dues.

What happens if you refuse to join the union? ›

Employees may choose not to become union members and pay dues, or opt to pay only that share of dues used directly for representation, such as collective bargaining and contract administration. Known as objectors, they are no longer union members, but are still protected by the contract.

What state was its own republic? ›

The Republic of Texas (Spanish: República de Tejas) was a sovereign state in North America that existed from March 2, 1836, to February 19, 1846, that bordered Mexico, the Republic of the Rio Grande in 1840 (another breakaway republic from Mexico), and the United States of America, although Mexico considered it a ...

Why is Texas a republic and not a state? ›

Although Mexico's war of independence pushed out Spain in 1821, Texas did not remain a Mexican possession for long. It became its own country, called the Republic of Texas, from 1836 until it agreed to join the United States in 1845. Sixteen years later, it seceded along with 10 other states to form the Confederacy.

Which is the world's first republic? ›

Believed to be the first republic in the world, Vaishali has taken its name from King Vishal of the Mahabharat age. He is said to have constructed a great fort here, which is now in ruins. Vaishali is a great Buddhist pilgrimage and also the birthplace of Lord Mahavira.

What is another word for a republic? ›

nation. nouncountry with its own government. body politic. commonwealth.

Who is the leader of a republic? ›

The President of the Republic is a title used for heads of state and/or heads of government in countries having republican form of government.

What happens when a country becomes a republic? ›

A republic is a form of government where the citizens have the supreme power, and they exercise that power by voting and electing representatives to make decisions and govern.

Are states required to be republics? ›

Article IV Relationships Between the States

The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.

Is a republic a self government? ›

Self-governments are free from external government control or outside political authority. Republican governments and democracy in the United States are based on principles of self-government.

What states are considered republics? ›

  • Texas.
  • Hawaii.
  • Vermont.
  • Rhode Island.
  • Oregon.
  • The Republic of West Florida.
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Who won the war Mexico or Texas? ›

American victory

Why did Texas leave Mexico? ›

The most immediate cause of the Texas Revolution was the refusal of many Texas, both Anglo and Mexican, to accept the governmental changes mandated by "Siete Leyes" which placed almost total power in the hands of the Mexican national government and Santa Anna.

How did Mexico lose Texas? ›

Although nearly everyone at the Alamo was killed or captured, Texas achieved independence when Sam Houston won an unlikely victory at the Battle of San Jacinto the following month.

When did Mexico sell California? ›

The war officially ended with the February 2, 1848, signing in Mexico of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. The treaty added an additional 525,000 square miles to United States territory, including the land that makes up all or parts of present-day Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.

When did Mexico lose Texas? ›

In 1845 the U.S. annexed the Republic of Texas, which had won de facto independence from Mexico in the Texas Revolution (1835–36).

Why didn t the U.S. take Baja California? ›

Recent History

The original draft of the treaty included Baja California in the sale, but the United States eventually agreed to omit the peninsula because of its proximity to Sonora, which is located just across the narrow Sea of Cortés.

Who owned California before Mexico? ›

Spain had maintained a number of missions and presidios in New Spain since 1519. The Crown laid claim to the north coastal provinces of California in 1542. Excluding Santa Fe in New Mexico, settlement of northern New Spain was slow for the next 155 years.

Can California be its own country? ›

Secession would require a US Constitutional amendment approved by two-thirds majorities in the US House of Representatives and Senate, then ratification by 38 state legislatures. Analysts consider California's secession improbable.

Did the US try to buy California from Mexico? ›

Polk and others saw the acquisition of Texas, California, Oregon, and other territories as part of the nation's Manifest Destiny to spread democracy over the continent. The U.S. also tried to buy Texas and what was called “Mexican California” from Mexico, which was seen as an insult by Mexico, before war broke out.

Does New California lead into New Vegas? ›

New California is a large, overarching story that focuses on choices that affect the whole of the New California Wasteland. Set 20 years before Fallout: New Vegas, the player character must focus on multiple different groups and factions, culminating in a huge decision to determine the fate of the wasteland.

Is California Republic or Democratic republic? ›

California is a Democratic stronghold and considered to be one of the "big three" Democratic strongholds alongside New York and Illinois.

When did the New California Republic start? ›

Overview. The New California Republic was founded in the year 2186, 24 years after the events of Fallout 1. The town of Shady Sands, a small village of displaced Vault 15 citizens, grew to become the capitol of the Republic, which consisted of Shady Sands and the outposts around it.

What was California called when it was Mexico? ›

The Spanish divided California into two parts, Baja California and Alta California, as provinces of New Spain (Mexico).

What is California in Spanish slang? ›

Califas is Spanish slang for California.

What is the Indian word for California? ›

Kali forno. Another suggested source is kali forno, an indigenous phrase meaning "high mountains". However, the name "California" was printed in Montalvo's book before Spanish explorers spoke with Native Americans.

What is the oldest town in California? ›

Old Town San Diego is the city's oldest settled area and the site of the first European settlement in California. Founded in 1769, it's considered the birthplace of modern-day California and includes many well-preserved historic buildings and museums.

What part of California used to be Mexico? ›

Along with the Baja California peninsula, it had previously comprised the province of Las Californias, but was made a separate province in 1804 (named Nueva California). Following the Mexican War of Independence, it became a territory of Mexico in April 1822 and was renamed Alta California in 1824.

What is the oldest city in the state of California? ›

San Jose. Technically, the pueblo of San Jose was established as the state's first known civic settlement by Spanish founder José Joaquin Moraga in November 1777, according to Brittanica.

Why is the republic called the republic? ›

The word republic is first recorded in English 1595–1605. It comes from the Latin rēs pūblica, meaning “public thing,” characterizing that a state is ultimately run by its people—as opposed to monarchy or tyranny.

Why are they called republic? ›

republic, form of government in which a state is ruled by representatives of the citizen body. Modern republics are founded on the idea that sovereignty rests with the people, though who is included and excluded from the category of the people has varied across history.

What is the real meaning of republic? ›

A republic is a country where power is held by the people or the representatives that they elect. Republics have presidents who are elected, rather than kings or queens. In 1918, Austria became a republic.

Does republic mean government? ›

A “republic” is a form of government in which the people hold power, but elect representatives to exercise that power.

What is republic vs democracy? ›

In the Republic, power is in the hands of individual citizens. In a democratic system, laws are made by the majority. In the Republic system, laws are made by the elected representatives of the people. In a democracy, the will of the majority has the right to override the existing rights.

What is the difference between republic vs democracy? ›

Republic: "A state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch." Democracy: "A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives."

What is republic very short answer? ›

In a republic the people have the supreme power. Because citizens do not govern the state themselves but through representatives, republics may be distinguished from direct democracy, though modern representative democracies are by and large republics.

What is an example of republic? ›

Republics Today

The United States, Mexico, India, France, Kenya, South Korea, Peru, and Indonesia are only a few of the world's many true republics. Some countries call themselves republics simply because a monarch (a king or a queen) is not the leader.

Why was the republic created? ›

Political institutions

According to Roman tradition, the Republic began in 509 BCE when a group of noblemen overthrew the last king of Rome. The Romans replaced the king with two consuls—rulers who had many of the same powers as the king but were elected to serve one-year terms.

Is the United States a republic? ›

The United States Government is a federal republic with three separate branches of government, including a bicameral legislature. It is a liberal democracy and has a market economy.

Who created the republic? ›

It originates from Rome. In 509 BC, the Romans overthrew the Roman Kingdom and established a republic, a government in which citizens elected representatives to rule on their behalf.


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