The Cobalt Corps, 23rd Elysian Airborne Regiment, are known for their rapid deployment capabilities using Airborne Troop Carriers called Valkyries, and deploy by rappelling or HALO jumping from high altitudes. The Airborne Corps' are able to deep strike into enemy territory, and so are unable to field any heavy ground vehicles during missions.
Cobalt Corps started out as Cobalt Industries in the 1970s, a research-and-developemnt company. Eventually, after creating prototypes for armor and small arms, they recieved contracts from various PMC groups and Government military; they then delved into manufactoring. As the "espionage" wars increased in hostility, so did the need for arms, armor and vehicles. Cobalt Industries' made quite a profit, and eventually started recruiting for organization now known as the "Cobalt Corps", an infantry division sized private military group within the company.
The ranking structure of the Cobalt Corps is essentially the same as the United States Army; fielding "enlisted" as the main forces, warrant officers as flight crew, and officers as logistical support.
The Global Reporting Network , or GRN, was founded by <redacted>, a Cobalt Industries excecutive, in August of 1977.
Cobalt Corps' modified Leopard 2
Cobalt Corps' modified HMMWV
Standard radio and individual communications equipment
Standard plate carrier
Heads Up Display eye-protection