Grenadier Guards of Wellmoore
|Founded||16 March 2020|
|Country||The Kingdom of Wellmoore|
|Allegiance||King Luke of Wellmoore|
|Role||Ceremonial Guards & Light Infantry|
|Part of||Guards Division|
|March||The British Grenadiers|
|Anniversaries||16th of March 2020|
|Battle Honours||The Wellmoorean Insurgency|
|Commander-in-Chief||Luke of Wellmoore|
|Honorary Colonel||President Kevin Baugh|
|Commanding Officer||None Appointed|
|Regimental Sergeant Major||None Appointed|
|Cap Badge of the Grenadier Guards|
|Tactical Recognition Flash|
|Shoulder Badge||Royal Cypher|
|Plume||White (Left Side of Bearskin)|
The Grenadier Guards is an infantry regiment of The Wellmoorean Army. One of its principal roles is the protection of the monarchy; due to this, it often participates in state ceremonial occasions.
The Grenadier Guards was founded as part of the Wellmoorean Army on 16 March 2020 as one of the 5 Guards Regiments, in the Guards Division of the Wellmoorean Army.
The Grenadier Guards are one of the 5 Guards regiments of The Wellmoorean Army. They are tasked with the ceremonial guarding of Monarch of Wellmoore and serving as light infantry on deployments protecting Wellmoore and it's wider interests.
- The Wellmoorean Insurgency (30 June 2021 - 2 July 2021)
Recruits and Officers report to the Guards Training Depot after completion of Basic Training at the Infantry Training Centre or Officer Training Centre. The training is two weeks longer than the training for the Regular Infantry Regiments of the Wellmoorean Army; the extra training, carried out throughout the course, is devoted to drill and ceremonies.
The Regimental Quick March is The British Grenadiers.
The Grenadier Guards are a light infantry regiment of The Wellmoorean Army. They may be called to arms at any time to fight for the kingdom.
All members of the Grenadiers are trained as infantry soldiers first, and ceremonial soldiers second.
The Grenadier Guards have a shared duty to protect Royal Palaces (along with other sites around Wellmoore), along with the other Guards Regiments.
Changing of the Guard
After guarding the Royal Palaces for a 24 Hour period, the Changing of the Guard Ceremony takes place where the outgoing and incoming Guards Regiments perform drill to signify the change of the On-Guard Regiments.
Trooping of the Colour
On the Monarch's birthday the Guards Regiments muster and each take annual turns to parade their colour in front of the monarch. The Ensign of the Grenadier Guards is paraded by the Ensign of the Guard, the most junior Officer in the regiment.
The colour of the Grenadier Guards is to show the Regiment's Battle Honours, representing the regimental history. When the colour is presented passed the monarch, the current monarch acknowledges the honours it represents.
- President Kevin Baugh - Honorary Colonel of the Grenadier Guards