Florenian Royal Army

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Royal Army of Florenia
Royal Army Seal.gif
Active 2011-present
Country Flag of Florenia.jpg Kingdom of Florenia
Allegiance Eran I
Size 4
Nickname The King's Men
Colors White, Blue, Red             
Commanders
Commander-in-Chief Eran I
Minister of Defense The Prince Henry
Highest ranking officer The Prince Nathan


The Florenian Royal Army is the body responsible for protecting and defending the Kingdom of Florenia by land, and was officially founded in Act 12 of Florenian Parliament. The Monarch has the authority to give the title of Lord Commander General of the Royal Army as a courtesy to any individual, a title which initially was automatically bestowed upon the Monarch.

Structure

The structure of the Florenian Army is officially fairly complicated, but at its core is quite simple. The organizational of the Royal Army is based largely on the structures of most modern Armies, and is outlined in the Ministry of Defense Act 2012, given royal consent on the 11 of August of that year. At the largest, the Army is split into different Corps based on the region that they are tasked with occupying militarily. Divisions are the groups within Corps that divide Brigades into the type of soldier that they are made up of (e.g. Footmen). Brigades are split into Regiments, which are the most essential and unifying groups of the Royal Army. Regiments have names, and are not numbered like most other military units (e.g. Royal Guards Regiment). Battalions are also largely important, and split soldiers in the same regiment into smaller groups. Companies are the last full military division, and are the groups that divide Battalions. If it was ever needed during wartime, Companies could be split into Platoons, and platoons into squads, which are both truly minute groups, made up of few soldiers.

Each unit has an individual assigned to its command, Officers for the largest and most permanent divisions, and senior enlisted individuals for the lesser commands. The most important commander is the Colonel of a regiment, who is the direct commander of the regiments, the most important groups of the Army. Colonel Prince Nathan is the most senior officer, and commands the Royal Guards Regiment.

Officers

Officers are the leaders of the Army. They have been promoted to their ranks from hard work and long service. They serve as commanders, and generally have less of a role in the actual engagements that may occur. Note, General of the Army can only be held by one person at a time.

Rank Abbreviation Command
General of the Army Gen. Army Army
General Gen. Corp
Lieutenant General Lt. Gen. Division
Major General Mjr. Gen. Division
Brigadier General Brig. Gen. Brigade
Colonel Col. Regiment
Lieutenant Colonel Lt. Col. Battalion
Major Mjr. Company
Captain Cpt. Company
First Lieutenant F Lt. Platoon
Lieutenant Lt. Platoon

Enlisted

Enlisted ranks are the lower members of the Army. They are generally newer in the armed forces and have little experience. Enlisted ranks do most of the actual fighting in battle. Note, First Seargent of the Army can only be held by one person at a time.

Rank Abbreviation
First Sergeant of the Army FA Sgt.
First Sergeant F. Sgt.
Staff Sergeant S. Sgt.
Sergeant Sgt.
Corporal Cpl.
First Private F Pvt.
Private Pvt.

Organization

Currently, the most important and actual division is the Royal Guards Regiment, largely because it is commanded by the most senior military official. The higher units of the Royal Army (Brigades, Divisions, and Corps), are not commanded by any individuals and are largely inactive.

  • North American Corps I
    • 1st Footmen Division
      • 1st Brigade
        • Royal Guards Regiment
          • 1st Battalion
            • 1st Company
          • 2nd Battalion Auxiliary
            • 1st Company