Cohors I Theodosia
|Cohors I Theodosia|
|Country||Empire of Austenasia|
|Anniversaries||8 March 2010|
|Engagements||Austenasian Civil War|
|Tribune||Tribune Sir A. M. Mitchell, KPP|
Cohors I Theodosia was founded as the 1st Highland Regiment on 8 March 2010 to accommodate large numbers of new recruits who had enlisted in the Austenasian Army to fight for the lawful Emperor during the Austenasian Civil War. This unit was partially mobilised on 6 March 2011 and re-annexed Tincomarus Department to the Empire.
On 13 January 2011, as part of wide reforms to the Austenasian Army, the Regiment was renamed Cohors I Declana after Declan I, II & V. It was later renamed on 17 January 2016 to Cohors I Theodosia, in honour of the emperors Theodosius I and II. It was dissolved on 17 June 2020 alongside the Austenasian Army as a whole.
1st Highland Regiment (8 March 2010 - 13 January 2011)
Cohors I Declana (13 January 2011 - 9 April 2011)
Cohors I Declana (9 April 2011 - 17 January 2016)
Cohors I Theodosia (17 January 2016 - 17 June 2020)
- 8 March 2010 - 21 January 2012: Tribune Sir Jack Sheridan, KVJ
- 21 January 2012 – 17 June 2020: Tribune Sir Ash Mitchell, KPP