In 1934 the United states needed a chosen rifle for it's Marine Corp, taking advice from it's engineers in the Springfield Munitions Company the State Department consulted and then contracted the Walther Waffen Fabriken company. With this wheeling and dealing going on it was decided to take IAC and make it more useful for marine or airborne operations. With that in mind, multiple variants were produced, the basic trooper variant, the Walther M36 is chambered for a 7.92x45mm Mauser cartridge. With this weapons release into the marine corp, it was decided that said weapon offered a great compromise between firepower, penetration and knockdown capability. The Rifle is select-fire and is viewed as a marvel of engineering due to the ruggedness of the build. The magazine holds a total of thirty-five rounds.