So with the previous thread about ISS needing a TAG, I kind of got an idea. And then an idea lead to an itch. And then next thing you know... well... Point is, if the old adage about converting a model as sacrifice to get CB to make a proper version is true, it'll hopefully pay some serious dividends here. Anyway, I took my original profile concept and refined it a bit, simplifying things and also changing some loadouts to make it more relevant to some of the real issues ISS faces. I also really wanted to do a deep dive into the aesthetic elements that I think make Yu Jing, and to a greater extent, ISS really tick as a faction. "In the aftermath of the Japanese uprising, the Imperial Service was disgraced. Not only had they failed to properly anticipate and prevent the uprising altogether, but they had also proven themselves woefully unprepared to deal with the level of resistance that was brought to bear against them. Faced with a new, modern reality of insurrectionists armed with heavier duty equipment provided from outside sources, as well as increased public scrutiny both nationally and abroad, the Imperial Service was forced to reconsider their approach in an ever more chaotic and dangerous world. To combat this program, the Imperial Service developed the Jingwei Mobile Enforcement Division as not only a vanguard for their new enforcement strategy, but also as a symbol of their renewed vigour. First and foremost, the Jingwei light TAG was designed for urban combat, often in populated areas. With this in mind, the greatest hurdles in the TAG's development was not only mobility, but also an aversion to collateral damage in spite of the need to deal with insurrectionists wielding military-grade equipment. For this reason, high burst fully-automatic weaponry was eschewed in favour of highly precise, high powered weaponry instead. One of the more advanced pieces of equipment built into the Jingwei is an improved Kuang Shi control device. Thanks to the already advanced control interfaces available to the TAG, the Jingwei is able to command its own support units directly, allowing it unprecedented control of any battlefield situation. The first Jingwei pilots were originally pulled from the same academies as prospective Crane agents, drawn from the groups of students who showed combat proficiency and discipline, but lacked in the capacities needed to succeed as judicial agents. For them, enlistment in the Jingwei Corps allowed them their own personal chance at redemption, something that is not taken lightly. In time, the Jingwei training regimen and its pilots have developed into a more distinct and complete entity within the ISS, but the decisiveness and resoluteness that came to define the unit has only grown stronger. As the Jingwei's namesake suggests, the pursuit of Imperial justice is a long and arduous process, and each step forward is just a single rock in an endless ocean of turmoil. But with each move forward, the Jingwei paves the way for security and stability in the State Empire."