OitB UNSF Research Command

Ilford Wargames Group


UNSF Research Command

Roles and Responsibilities

Reserach Command is responsible for supporting the UNSF in all areas of research and mapping. Specifically it undertakes work in: -

  • Economic Research
  • Scientific Research
  • Systems Development
  • Fundamental Science Funding
  • Analysis of Items or Data regarding Alien technology
  • Analysis of data gleaned from Alien computers
  • Language Support for the UN Diplomatic Corps
  • Mapping
    • The layout of systems
    • The interstellar gates between systems
    • The planets, moons, belts and other objects within systems
      • On Land
      • At Sea
  • Cultural Analysis of Alien Societies


Command Structure

The command is divided into two parts: -

  1. Research & Development 
  2. Survey and Mapping


The UNSF Survey Commands main offices are at the Paranal Observatory in Chile.


The Research and Development arm coordinates various centres about the globe based in major university clusters as recomended by the ICSU (International Council for Science). It does little field work.


The Survey and Mapping arm directs operations of Planetary Exploration Groups (UNST), Maritime Exploration Groups (UNST), Planetary Survey groups (UNSN), System Survey Groups (UNSN) and Alien Liaison Groups (UNDIA and UNST). It does little but field work.