The United States, officially the United States of America, commonly referred to as the US, the USA, or America, is a developed country occupying the center of North America as well as various other territories. The United States declared independence from Britain in 1776 with George Washington becoming the first President of the United States. The capital is Washington, D.C. and the largest city is New York City.
These are currently all of the operated military branches in the US. These are past and present branches.
|The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is a branch of the United States military responsible for providing force projection from the sea, using the mobility of the United States Navy to rapidly deliver combined-arms task forces. They are part of the Department of the Navy. They appear in several Battlefield games.|
|The United States Army is the main branch in the United States military responsible for ground operations and occupations. They appear in several Battlefield games.|
|The United States Navy (USN) is a branch of the United States military responsible for naval operations and movements in coordination with the United States Army, Air Force and the Marine Corps. They also have a special operations force known as the Navy SEALs. They appear in several Battlefield games.|
|The United States Air Force (USAF) is a branch of the United States military responsible for aerial operations, transportation and support. It's aircraft appears in Battlefield games, but the Air Force itself is never mentioned and the players using them are always from another service.|
|The Military Assistance Command, Vietnam (MACV) was the United States' unified command structure for all its military forces in South Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict. It had many components, such as the Studies and Observations Group and the 5th Special Forces. It has been disbanded since March 29, 1973, though many components are still in service today.|
Intelligence Gathering ServicesEdit
This is the primary source of intelligence for the US Armed Forces. There is only one that is seen.
|The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is the US's main source of intelligence on other countries. They as well are known to use black operations to destablize and interfere with foreign governments. Their main ways of conducting field operations are through the US Armed Forces and the Special Activities Division (SPECACT).|
These are the military organizations that the US have and are still apart of. Currently, these are the only ones seen in the Battlefield series.
|The United States is a member state of NATO, which is featured as a faction in its own right in the singleplayer mode of Battlefield 2: Modern Combat. The United States is therefore presumably involved indirectly in this faction.|
|The United States was a member state of the Allied Forces during the Second World War. While they are never seen as one specific faction, they are represented as each individual nation. Therefore, they are present in both World War Two era games, and Operation Aurora in Battlefield: Bad Company 2. They were the primary faction facing off with the Axis powers during the entire course of the war, with the US joining the Allies about half way into the war.|
This the timeline that contains Battlefield 1942 and its expansions, Battlefield 1943, Battlefield Vietnam, and Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam. It is all the historical/actual conflicts that happened in the real world, put into video game form. It is implied that this timeline happened in all of the other fictional universes.
- Main article: United States Army#Battlefield 1
The military forces of the United States appear in the base game of Battlefield 1, fighting with the allies alongside Great Britain and Italy against the Central Powers, after their entry into the war in 1917. They exclusively face the German Empire on the Western Front of northern France.
The United States appears in Battlefield 1942 and Battlefield 1943 as one of the Allied Nations, the United States alongside the other allied nations fight against Nazi Germany, the Kingdom of Italy, and the Empire of Japan.
The US Army is also featured in both the Battlefield 1942: The Road to Rome and Battlefield 1942: Secret Weapons of WWII expansion packs, fighting the Wehrmacht and the Royal Italian Army in the former and the Waffen-SS in the latter.
In Battlefield Vietnam, the United States has multiple military elements that fight alongside the Republic of Vietnam in an effort to prevent a takeover of the South by the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
In Battlefield: Bad Company 2: Vietnam, the United States Army fighting against the North Vietnamese Army.
This is the universe that currently features conflicts from the games Battlefield 2, Battlefield Play4Fre e, Battlefield 2: Moder n Combat, Battlefield: Bad Company, and Battlefield: Bad Company 2. It contains conflicts that involve China, Russia, the MEC, the US, the EU and many more subfactions. Currently, each conflict is described in detail, but the connections between them are very loosely described. Though there are connections as the MEC appear in the Bad Company series and Modern Combat is a direct tie in to Battlefield 2.
The United States Marine Corps (USMC) is featured in the game Battlefield 2 as a playable faction which is involved in a fictional war with the Middle Eastern Coalition and the People's Liberation Army. They are allied with the European Union.
In Battlefield Play4Free, the United States is seen fighting a very similar war to the Sino-American War, however, the People's Liberation Army and Middle Eastern Coalition are both replaced by the Russian Army.
The United States appears in Battlefield 2: Modern Combat fighting in multiple nations throughout the Middle East and Asia.
The United States appears in Battlefield: Bad Company engaging in the First Russo-American War.
The United States is depicted in a fictional war against the Russian Federation, Middle Eastern Coalition, and the fictional country of Serdaristan. The game portrays the United States Army fighting the Russian Ground Forces, Middle Eastern Coalition, and the Serdaristani Military.
The United States is in a fictional war against the Russian Federation, possibly the continuation of the Russo-American War depicted in Battlefield: Bad Company. Russia has made a large global invasion and is closing in on the United States through both Mexico and Alaska.
Engagements revolve around the Scalar Weapon, first developed by the Empire of Japan, and later acquired/reproduced by the Russians to use on the United States for an eventual invasion of the mainland United States. After the destruction of the Scalar Weapon, the United States face an assault through Alaska and Canada.
This is the universe that currently features the games Battlefield 3, Battlefield 4 and recently shown, Battlefield 2142. These conflicts currently include the US, Russia, China and later the EU and PAC forces. Currently each game has shown that they are connected, with Battlefield 4 being a direct sequel to Battlefield 3, and even features some of its characters in the singleplayer. Recently in the Battlefield 4: Final Stand DLC, shows the PAC being formed towards the end of the War of 2020. Currenlty, no connections have been observed between this universe and the Refractor Universe
In Battlefield 3, the United States is involved in engagements against the People's Liberation and Resistance within the Middle East. The fight against the PLR eventually erupts into a full-blown global conflict against the Russian Federation. Areas of conflict include many parts of Iran and Paris, France. The missions Semper Fidelis and The Great Destroyer take place in in New York City.
In Battlefield 4, the United States is engaged against PLA forces under the rule of Admiral Chang, as well as Russian military forces. Initially confined to China and its surrounding seas, the war expands to parts of the Middle East, Russia, and Paris, France.
Through a joint development between the United States and European Union arms manufacturers, the standard issue assault rifle for the EU, the SCAR 11 was made. It is unknown what other roles the United States played in the war.