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United States of America
Flag Coat of arms

In God We Trust (official)
E Pluribus Unum (From Many, One; Latin, traditional)

"The Star-Spangled Banner"

Capital Washington D.C.

Largest City New York City

Official language None (English de facto)

 - President
 - Vice President
 - Speaker of the House
 - Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Federal Republic
Chris W. Marshall
DFred Dalton Thompson
Mitch McConnell (R-KY)
Andrew Napolitano

 - Declaration of Independence
 - Recognised
 - Ratification of Constitution
from the Kingdom of Great Britain
July 4, 1776
September 3, 1783
June 21, 1788

 - Total

 - Water (%)

9,826,630 km2
3,794,066 sq mi

 - July 2008 est.


 - Total
 - Per capita
2007 estimate
$15.7 trillion

Gini 48 (medium)

HDI 0.932 (high)

Currency United States Dollar (USD)

Time zone
-Summer (DST)
(UTC-5 to -10)
(UTC-4 to -10)

Internet TLD .us, .gov, .mil, .edu

Calling code +1

US Cabinet and Cabinet Level Officers[]

  • President: Chris W. Marshall
  • Vice-President: Fred Dalton Thompson
  • Secretary of State: Condoleezza Rice
  • Secretary of the Treasury: James W. Grant
  • Secretary of Defense: Paul Eaton
  • Attorney General: Bob Barr
  • Secretary of the Interior: Gale Norton
  • Secretary of Commerce and Labor: Walter Williams
  • Secretary of Transportation: Norman Mineta
  • Secretary of Nuclear Energy: Samuel Bodman
  • Secretary of Veterans' Affairs: John McCain
  • Secretary of Health and Human Services: Tommy Thompson
  • National Security Advisor: Richard Armitage
  • Director of the Office of Management and Budget: Karen De Coster
  • Director of National Intelligence: Michael Scheuer
  • White House Press Secretary: John Stossel
  • White House Chief of Staff: Mike Novick
  • United States Ambassador to the United Nations: John Bolton
  • Trade Representative: Robert Zoellick

Foreign Relations[]

Greater German Reich[]

HOSTILE The Untied States and the Greater German Reich are currently engaged in a "Cold War". There is little trade or travel between the US and Germany. German military forces are faced by US, and US-backed forces in Europe.

Central America[]

TENSE The United States and Central America have always had a complex relationship. The large volume of trade (the US is Central America's largest trading partner), and the large number of Americans in Central America and vice versa have meant that while successive Central American governments have maintained hostile rhetoric, actual relations have been productive. The current Benitez regime is highly hostile to the United States.

Belgium, Britain, Denmark, Holland, Norway, Portugal, Spain[]

CLOSE These countries form, with the United States, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. NATO was founded to defend European freedom against German aggression. US troops are deployed to all of these countries, and these countries are high priority clients of US-made weaponry. For example, Denmark, Holland, Norway, Portugal, and Spain all operate the M1A1 Abrams main battle tank. Belgium on the other hand uses highly modernised M60 Patton tanks.


TENSE French anti-American rhetoric and support for US enemies have made relations with France difficult. France is a prime supplier of arms to hostile countries. It is also believed that France sponsors terrorist groups.