Dorvish Feldjäger
Dorvisch Feldjäger
Badge and insignia of the Feldjäger
Active September 5th, 2000 - present
Country Dorvish Republic
Allegiance Ministry of War (Dorvik)
Branch Armed Forces of Dorvik
Type Military police
Size 150,000 active personnel (excluding special operations forces)
Motto Suum cuique

The Dorvish Feldjäger (Dundorfian: Dorvisch Feldjäger) is the name for the Dorvish military police of the Armed Forces of Dorvik. The Dorvish are entitled Feldjäger which means "Field Hunter" in Luthorian. The Dorvish Feldjäger Command (Dundorfian: Dorvisch Feldjägerkommando) is the name for the command of the Dorvish Feldjäger, the Dorvish Feldjäger Command is headed by the Commander of the Feldjäger (Dundorfian: Kommandeur der Feldjäger) who is appointed by the General-Inspector and Chief of Staff of the Supreme General Staff. The Commander of the Feldjäger is also entitled as the Chief of Army Police (Dundorfian: Heerespolizeichef) which controls all branches of the Dorvish military police.

The Dorvish Feldjäger are responsible for handling all matters of military justice, including enforcing military law, civilian penal code when it applies to members of the Dorvish Armed Forces and handling court-martials of members of the Dorvish Armed Forces. The vast majority of the Dorvish Feldjäger are organized as traditional military power, though in Dorvik they have what some consider greater power due to the fact that any sort of violation by a member of the military or civilian military member is handled by the Feldjäger. The Dorvish Feldjäger have a special component to them known as the Geheime Feldjäger (Luthorian: Secret Field Hunters) are meant to handle matters of breaches of the military sanctity or matters of importance to the military that have to be kept classified.

The Dorvish Feldjäger are comprised of members of all branches of the Dorvish military with the exception of the Dorvish Jäger who operate outside the normal means of the Feldjäger.


The Feldjäger and Geheime Feldjäger are organized into small groups of roughly 95 soldiers. The Dorvish Feldjäger can organize Feldjäger military formations in times of emergency and are designed to go as large as battalion size if necessary. Both are organized into Patrols (Dundorfian: Streifen).

  • 1 Feldpolizeidirektor
  • 54 Military police officers
  • 40 Military support staff (e.g. drivers, clerks, security staff)
Feldjäger rank structure Common ranks
Feldpolizeichef der Streitkräfte
(Field Police Chief of the Armed Forces)
General (Army/Air Force)
Admiral (Navy)
(Armed Forces Police Chief)
Generalleutnant (Army/Air Force)
Vizeadmiral (Navy)
("Senior" Field Police Director)
Generalmajor (Army/Air Force)
Konteradmiral (Navy)
(Field Police Director)
Oberst (Army/Air Force)
Kapitän zur See (Navy)
(Field Police Commissar)
Oberstleutnant (Army/Air Force)
Fregattenkapitän (Navy)
(Field Police "Senior" Secretary or Inspector)
Stabsfeldwebel (Army/Air Force)
Oberbootsmann (Navy)
(Field Police Secretary)
Oberfeldwebel (Army/Air Force)
Stabsbootsmann (Navy)
(Field Police Assistant)
Feldwebel (Army/Air Force)
Bootsmann (Navy)

Armed Forces of Dorvik topics
Leadership President of the Dorvish Republic - Supreme General Staff - Ministry of War - State Security and Defense Council - Dorvish General Staff building
Branches Dorvish Landwehr (Army) - Dorvish Marine (Navy) - Dorvish Fliegertruppe (Air force) - Dorvish Jäger (Special forces) - Dorvish Feldjäger (Military police) - Military Security Service (Military intelligence)
General Order of battle of the Armed Forces of Dorvik - Military equipment of the Dorvish Armed Forces - Dorvish defense industry (Artanian Defense Group, Ebner AG) - Dorvish Defense Export - Rank, insignia and uniforms of Dorvik
History Reichsheer - Collapse of the Dundorfian Reich - Dorvish-Vanuku Arms Deal
Awards and decorations Counter-Insurgency Badge - Iron Cross (2nd Class & 1st Class) - Dorvish Cross (with Oak Leaves, with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds and with Golden Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds)