May you know, Unit of Chongchalguk = Chongchalchongguk is already in-game unit. Jeongchaldae. Is it really okay to make another unit, just with reading its name differently?
yes, because i suggested a new line/shock recon unit that will take the Jeongchaldae name to represent division-subordinate recon battalions. therefore the existing Jeongchaldae would have to change names to avoid overlap.
And, have you ever googled that '정국대' used IRL? Will you show any link to believe it is really available name?
it's a Korean-style abbreviation of an organization name given to you by a professionally qualified North Korean translator. you can take the first syllable of each component of a compound noun to abbreviate. eg 보건복지부 -> 보복부, this is often done with org names with three or more compound elements.
Nope, Tando is 단도(斷道), not 탄도(T'ando or Thando彈道) - means 'cut(단斷) track/caterpillar(도道 from 궤도(軌道))'. and 단도화기(Tando-Hwagi, 斷道火器) means 'Firearms for cutting track' - to immobilize tanks.
never heard of this being used for a RPG. doesn't exist in any of the NK dictionaries/glossaries i have. KPA pretty much universally calls them "rocketu" nowadays. its just one of those rare loan words that caught on in the KPA like Tangku and Shocku (as in heart attack, 아이고 중대장 동지가 심장쇼크 먹었어)
포(砲) means cannon/artillery, and 로케트-포 means rocket artillery, not rocket launcher that inf can carrying. (rocket) launcher is '발사관(Palsa'gwan發射-管)' and 화기 is much shorter than 발사관.
Po/포 is used by North Koreans for many non-cannon/artillery. Susongpo/수송포 (their ATGM), bibanchongpo/비반총포 (RR), hwapo/화포 (lesser used term for firearm), shinpo/신포 (signal gun), for example. rocket-po/로케트포 is not 'rocket artillery' by itself, bangsa-po/방사포 is the NK term for virtually all of their rocket artillery since it is all MRL anyway. 'rocket' for anything other than RPGs is virtually only seen to describe their Taepodong SLVs.
And, TUGB(경보교도지도국) is joint command of KPA SOFs(like USSOCOM, but not include Recon Bureau's SOFs).
Gongbobyong(Kyŏngbobyŏng) & Yuckjeondae(Hanggong-ryukjŏndae) - those are in-game units - are under its command. but there are no 'kyojitae' or similar named organisation.
directly assigned to the TUGB are 3 Sniper Bdes, 4 Light Infantry Brigades, and 3 Airborne Light Infantry Brigades. these units all share an airborne strategic SOF mission, and are the ones trained on South Korean equipment these are not currently represented in the game unless you want to count the Yuckjeondae, so that is why i proposed Kyojitae as a unit to represent all 10 of the TUGB discrete brigades which have the same strategic mission. should be elite.
under the purview of the TUGB but assigned to the KPA infantry divisions are Recon Battalions, as i noted in the first part of the reply. this would be a separate unit. which is why i had to change name Jeongchaldae in my proposal--these would be a new Chongchaldae (Jeongchaldae) line/shock recon unit.
also under the purview of the TUGB but assigned to the KPA infantry corps are more Light Infantry battalions. these do not
have the same strategic mission as the TUGB Light Infantry brigades and are mostly tactical/operational mobility-mission shock troops (eg actual light infantry). in game these are reflected by Gyongbobyong buffed with additional transport availability.
not under the purview of the TUGB are the two Naval Sniper Brigades and two Air Force Sniper Brigades you and i both mentioned. these do not
have the same mission as the TUGB Sniper brigades, hence why they and Kyojitae should be represented as different units. these would be represented by current Jeogockdae unit upped to elite.
and of course there is the Recon Bureau which would be Jeongchaldae but as I mentioned they need to be renamed if line/shock recon infantry were added.
i will provide sources as i find time, as well as provide quals to speak on NK OOB.