2nd Infantry Regiment
|2nd Infantry Regiment|
|Active||25 January 2014 - 14 November 2014|
21 January 2016 - 4 September 2020
|Country||Empire of Adammia|
|Part of||1st Infantry Division|
Adammic Army Reserves
The regiment was originally one of the two components of the 1st Infantry Division. It was created in January 2014 to help organise a surge in membership of the Adammic Army. It mainly served as an auxiliary unit to safeguard Astley Meadow in the Astley Meadow Insurgency, though it never saw action, and it was led by Colonel Alex Hollis. The regiment was disbanded in November 2014 as its members became inactive, but was reformed in January 2016 under Cavan Garfield, a new recruit.
In January 2019 the unit, once again inactive, was transferred to the Adammic Army Reserves. It was again dissolved on 4 September 2020.